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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
  1.25 0.87% 145.00 145.00 151.50 149.50 143.00 149.50 40,256 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.7 27.3 11.6 13.4 253

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27/2/2021
03:15
Agree, but I doubt Zoo will.
gailes5
27/2/2021
02:23
Zoo, Alan, et Al. Sage has brought an elegant olive branch to us all. Respect it talk openly and with appreciation for each investing stance. Time to move on. No more barbed comments from each and all.
up just a little bit
27/2/2021
00:10
Sage, I have the others on ignore now but I imagine? there will be talk of a dividend to bolster the company. Yes I know they say Zoo hates dividends which is not true. I'm just a cynic of Griffin in China the definition of a cynic being an idealist who's a realist and ad yet there is no dividend on the table. Griffin is a great operation and its well run operationally but its in China and the Institutions don't like how China act. There was some waffle today about the institution that sold out and the reason being they didn't like the BOD if said person who made that comment had looked they would have understood why they sold out and it was nothing to do with the board. Given where the company is everything is now in place and its production results that will boost the price. Zoo
zooman
26/2/2021
22:27
My wife describes an argument as being like a game of tennis. If you don’t hit the ball back your opponent gets bored really quickly and the game ends. You can then talk about something interesting..like making money!
sageman
26/2/2021
22:23
Alan thanks for your comments. Most of all though I am glad you are well and took my advice to buy GFM at 50p. A few years ago and to my great shame I got involved in some of the nastiness on this board and said things that are regrettable. I made a resolution to stick to investment matters and being polite. Also not continually bringing up contentious ( largely irrelevant) stuff. I am happier for it. Life is too short and you are 82 . Your time is too precious to be seduced into negativity. Make money, be healthy, chill and be happy.
sageman
26/2/2021
22:14
Zoo once again thank you, I’m not going to change a thing and if they don’t filter me then they will have to continue to read what I post so like me they have a choice, what they don’t see is I’m laughing my socks off, ha ha ha ,good luck to you,
alangriffbang
26/2/2021
22:10
sage as usual very good posts and I agree with them ,it’s hard to believe that I have been out all day and most of the evening and yet I have been attacked by the lynch mob most of the day , they don’t like me , they don’t like my ethics ,they hate my posts and yet they can’t man up and filter me there’s something lacking in there lives somewhere, good luck sage,
alangriffbang
26/2/2021
21:56
A dividend would have attracted a different class of investors and given more stability but you pays your money and takes your choice so to speak.
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26/2/2021
21:55
I thought a buy out strategy would be best if we can underpin the share price but am disappointed with the current price given the news flow
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26/2/2021
21:46
Alan, just poking them, they never give just take. They're back on ignore again. I saw Gun was up I've also bought some more UU but only half of what I had intended in case they drop again on Monday. My luck they will go up. Haha.Zoo
zooman
26/2/2021
21:40
Great post Zoo. I too expect a buyout of GFM given the ages of the likes of Roger. We are anticipating a difficult 3rd quarter for equities on the back of a strongly rebounding global economy as the stimulus punch bowl is withdrawn. The U.K. is cheap and is attractive along with Emerging markets but industrial commodities offer probably the best diversifier. I am closely watching both gold and silver but expect further weakness short term.
sageman
26/2/2021
21:36
hi zoo I’ve been out most of the day and have just spent the past hour or so on the phone you’ve had a good time of it I see, once again they can tittle tattle and say all sorts of things about me but there is one thing they can’t do and that is filter me they prefer to dwell in there sad lives ,they don’t seem to have one brain between them, until they filter me in bulk I know they are still interested in my posts, I suppose the mention of homophobic was to do with phillis, oh well at least my filter button is firmly on, I knew about GGP I received an email mail saying that GGP was valued at 30.1p today, and didn’t you notice gun went up with it as well, hopefully we can pull some of the rest back next week, I’m a bit fearful about the weekend I’ve a feeling there will be thousands out ,good luck and don’t let the barstewards get you down there not worth it ha ha ha ,
alangriffbang
26/2/2021
21:33
No worries Up. I am not sure why there is so much intolerance today. Most posters bring something to the party but I never agree with everything they say. I read and if interesting I research more. If no interest I dismiss. Zoo is a good example in respect of dividends. Personally I like dividends because they bring in income funds as purchasers and instil discipline within the board. I don’t want a dividend for the dividend itself just for the potential uplift in the share price as a result of additional buyers. Zoo isn’t interested in dividends just the share price I agree with Zoo in that I just want the share price to rise but in contrast see dividends as being additive towards that objective. I don’t feel it is worth arguing about since our overall objectives are aligned and he has plenty of useful things to say about many different companies and where GFM is concerned is extremely well researched.
sageman
26/2/2021
21:32
Sage, looking back at 2008 when the QE was kicking in and what happened to the gold price. This year we're paying the price for Covid, Cryptocurrency, falling Gold price and list goes on. Gold is 2.29 percent down on the day but the analyst seem to think it will turn, I hope they are right and not just trying to talk the market up. China is putting a large expansion plans together railroads etc this could be good for Griffin and if there are about to be changes the BOD will be making preparations. My hope is a buyout, be that an MBO which I doubt so a takeover would be more likely given the age of the BOD with a bid of 270p if we are lucky. The board will do well with their shares and options and we won't do too badly. IMHO I fear it will be a dirty year going forward and investments will need to be handled and watched carefully.What's the WB saying?Close the doors be fearful when others are greedy then be greedy when others are fearful.Zoo
zooman
26/2/2021
21:14
Sageman, very nice to hear some sanity much appreciated.
up just a little bit
26/2/2021
21:07
And in the room the women come and go and talk of Michelangelo. A bit of TS Elliot to lighten the tone. Last weekend the posts here were of high quality now we are having a civil war. I am not sure why? Surely we are all here to make a few quid and swap ideas. A strange week. Bond yields rising quickly and spooking the markets. Shades of the Taper tantrum or is it just end of month book squaring? We saw this in January where virtually all January gains were eliminated in the last few days of the month and we have it repeated again ( re the broader market). I read some research that equities are not that great a hedge against inflation...you need index linked gilts and commodities. Note to self = increase industrial metals holding next week and perhaps GFM too. Also if bond yields are rising you need high yield bonds not long gilts. Check out Black rock high yield bond vs gilts. GLA and be nice...life is too short..
sageman
26/2/2021
21:02
That's it poking the four idiots is over they are back on ignore. Good stuff due next week.
zooman
26/2/2021
21:01
Maybe more than that G. Haha...
zooman
26/2/2021
21:00
Ha ha you should be on the stage.
zooman
26/2/2021
20:52
Ah I see you think you are judge and jury. The challenge went in long ago keep up. Seriously recommend a GP check up you seem to be easily confused
up just a little bit
26/2/2021
20:48
Have you had a cordial or three as you seem to have lost the place a bit
gailes5
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