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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Griffin Mining Limited LSE:GFM London Ordinary Share BMG319201049 ORD $0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 104.00 102.50 106.50 - 11,390 08:10:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.7 27.3 11.6 9.8 182

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21/2/2021
21:28
Alan very true, the bashing on GGP was relentless? I lost count of how many I put on ignore.I wonder with the POZ going up etc if we will end the week near the 200p mark. Would be nice.Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
21:15
TheApiarist I was in at the beginning and like zoo made a lot of money ,I remember getting the first dividend ,unfortunately I didn’t sell at £1 60, but still made money , I bought back in again but not at the bottom we had to wait so long for the second licence at times I didn’t think it would happen at all, I’m settled once again for the long term and as long as zinc rises so will the share, good luck,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
19:32
MWF. I have followed GFM since about 2008 but bought my holding in 2013. So no 3p stock for me. I never registered on iii. Was happy to lurk in those days but a bit more time on my hands now.
theapiarist
21/2/2021
18:21
Alan, I have done the same as you. Also looking to see how much the POZ effects the price tomorrow.Have you also noticed the reduction of the basher posters on GGP? Would be nice to see the share price lifting again. Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
18:15
Maybe CD may return which would be rather nice. Come on Neville :-)Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
17:45
TheA. I recall an exchange of best wishes with PR when he disclosed he was unwell and assumed he had passed when he stopped all Comm’s. Wow yes turkeyminder and MrT - didn’t realise TM emigrated. Was you on the ii board in those long lost days as I don’t recall. Chinese dragon was one of the most prominent members who held LOTS of GFM and if I recall correctly it started when he met the FD in a pub who gave him the tip 😂 CD and I still engage via private e mail.
millwallfan
21/2/2021
17:18
MWF. Yes Philip Reid made the occasional foray back to the UK but somehow gave the impression that he was more comfortable in China. He was receiving treatment for some serious condition but I don't recall what. His silence would suggest he died some time ago. The other expat was Turkey Minder who emigrated to New Zealand. He was a retired medic and unfailingly polite and measured in his comments. The only time his feathers got ruffled was when Mr T took him on over his reporting of an AGM. Mind you it wasn't hard to fall out with that individual!
theapiarist
21/2/2021
16:40
millwallfan if a couple of people stop posting I’m sure we will,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
16:21
Amen to that
dgellissnr
21/2/2021
15:58
It was burnchat who used to make the wild and often non understandable comments but yes LKHyman ‘ from the fly bridge’ was another good regular telling us where he was sailing. Let’s hope this board can now stay as civilised and good humoured going forward.
millwallfan
21/2/2021
15:16
It was Lk Hyman “from the flybridge”( I think).
sageman
21/2/2021
14:54
sorry was it burnchat,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
14:46
Millwallfan was the burnchat,
alangriffbang
21/2/2021
14:40
Zoo. Nano I don’t think that was Philip and I don’t recall a poster living on a boat and getting caught in the tsunami. Was that the old GFM ii board as well? Perhaps others will recall. The other poster I can’t recall just now is the one who makes me laugh always making cryptic comments, and he has been here on ADVFN a couple of months ago.
millwallfan
21/2/2021
14:32
TheA. Yes indeed Philip Reid - thank you for remembering. He had lived in China for many years but used to come back to the UK occasionally. He was a long time poster and supporter of GFM at the time Zoo, EL, Sage, CD and misoldb, a few others and myself were also regulars. I think he taught English out there. We’re you around at the same time?
millwallfan
21/2/2021
12:31
Amt. Thanks for that article. Whilst zinc is unlikely to replace Lithium for cars, phones etc the article highlights the one area that has enormous potential - large scale grid based energy storage. Generating efficiency of solar and wind energy have increased markedly over the last 10 years or so. However, the problem of intermittent power and how to store it for use when the sun doesn't shine and the wind blow remains the holy grail. The hydro schemes have for many years solved this by using surplus energy to pump water up hill. This is only practical in certain regions. An alternative is to use the energy to produce hydrogen by electrolysis of water. The gas could then be used in power stations or fuel cell driven cars. The first is environmentally unpopular and the second seems to have been overtaken by e-cars. Which leaves us with battery storage. It is now becoming recognised that zinc, on environmental, political, and economic grounds is the front runner. The size of the potential market cannot be overstated. If the world is to enjoy carbon free power then zinc will mostly likely be front and central in the enterprise.
theapiarist
21/2/2021
11:41
Sage & Amt, I feel this is one that is worth holding it was given to me via another ex iii poster that I know he's quite enthusiastic about which kind of wetted my appetite. I shall add more to it as we move forward. AMT thanks for your view it adds to what I was told. :-)Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
11:39
MWF. I believe you may be referring to Philip Reid - a gentleman indeed.
theapiarist
21/2/2021
11:27
Hi Zoo - I am not into AFC. I have just set up my smart watch and feel pleased that my teenage son did not need to assist! I will take a look at AFC later. Thanks for the heads up.
sageman
21/2/2021
11:26
Zoo I hold AFC. Also in a hot sector and betting on the hydrogen economy. I think the publicity over e extreme will help. E extreme has been mentioned on BBC news a couple of times already. Lets hope all the tech works for the upcoming event, then it could get more global orders.
amt
21/2/2021
10:43
Sage, are you into AFC, this is one that I've shared with a few on here. Not mining but has an exciting future nevertheless.I have a small holding which is in positive territory pleased to say. :-)Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
10:24
Mill, was that the guy who lived on a yacht and was in the area when the 2004 tsunami happened?Zoo
zooman
21/2/2021
10:20
Morning all, I think Griffin has shown that the country / political status is crucial. Griffin has not only had to build a mine but also win hearts and minds of the Chinese who have not made it easy. The licence is a typical example. How many years?In comparison if you take GGP being in Australia they have not had to deal with the same type of political structure and bureaucracy. Hence looking what a country is like is very important. Griffin has been a darling of a share albeit the company could have provided better communications. However we are all here for one thing only and that's to make money and not to lose it. So when the share price went down to the twenties its not surprising many of us sold and looked elsewhere until it started to rise again. There is little loyalty when it comes to seeing your money disappearing. Griffin is looking good, so GLA.Zoo
zooman
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