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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
  -4.00 -2.78% 140.00 140.00 143.00 143.00 140.50 143.00 10,494 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.7 27.3 11.6 13.0 244

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01/3/2021
09:54
The ADVFN chart for Griffin has not corresponded closely with the share price as reported by the portfolio page and my broker's listing for some time now. Maybe it's because the spread is so wide. Anyway, chart down by four pence today but no movement on the share price elsewhere. Weird.
rose_by_another_name
01/3/2021
09:46
morning sage ,hope you have chosen well , at the moment nothing much happening ,good luck to you ,
alangriffbang
01/3/2021
09:45
zoo, ok will do ,I see GFM is now failing this morning now ,will be back lunchtime good luck,
alangriffbang
01/3/2021
09:36
ARP. Chihuahuas in a pink buggy in the Scottish Highlands! You could sell tickets for that. When did you say you're coming? :-)
theapiarist
01/3/2021
09:35
Alan, leave it be, as you have seen there are a lot of ex iii posters slowly coming out of the shadows and helping to turn this BB into what was had on iii. There is one poster here that posted an antagonistic post this morning and clearly dose not like that idea that there is an agreement, however said poster has been ignored by all.Give it a chance otherwise this BB will just end up the same as GGP with hundreds of sick posts every day.Zoo
zooman
01/3/2021
09:34
I have been out shopping this morning GFM, GGP and Wisdom Tree industrial metals. My GFM purchase is not showing yet. Changing the subject but I have observed a trend whereby shares dip at the end of the month and bounce at the start. I am not sure if this is systemic but it may be exacerbated at the end of the quarter. I will do more research but have been selling a few a week prior to the end of the month and it has paid off.
sageman
01/3/2021
09:11
RR blue today:could be the start of a tick up with vaccine passports being talked up by many countries.
up just a little bit
01/3/2021
09:09
Alan you are supposed to be giving it a rest like the rest of us. You are not on filter as I welcome all opinions. Maybe Sage you can provide some advice to ALL.
up just a little bit
01/3/2021
09:05
good morning zoo, I’m hoping now that the four people here that obviously intensely dislike me have maned up and filtered me so I am free to post what I want to my true friends , nice to see GFM up especially as zinc is down a lot ,my Australian miner was down a lot so I knew what to expect, this reminds me of last Monday when the market was up a lot and nothing much moving on the markets, UU is up but really needs to be , you have a good morning I will be off out soon ,
alangriffbang
01/3/2021
09:02
TA - LOL, that conjures up an image. I'm afraid even Boris at his most charismatic couldn't charm that sourpuss. I stayed at Kinlochewe in April 2019 and went up a snow capped Slioch as well as the Torridon peeks. It is extremely scenic in that area. My friend is more weather sensitive than me, she has two small chihuahuas (often seen in a pink buggy), so I have assured her there is a micro climate on the west coast that supports the tropical gardens at Inverewe. I'm just hoping the Scottish weather doesn't let me down. The gardens were featured on 'The Grand Tours of Scotland' and hopefully they'll let the infamous pink chariot in. The cycling section of the Scottish Ironman event starts from Sheidaig going up through Torridon, Gairloch and Poolewe which I'm sure you would have smashed in your younger days.
arphillips
01/3/2021
07:50
Greatland has jumped. SVE to follow in a few minutes?
rose_by_another_name
01/3/2021
07:48
A lot of self-congratulation and self- justification amongst the barbs when I got back after the weekend. I particularly found the speculations about posts various people claim not to be able to read, but somehow sense must be hostile to them, very revealing of character. It's not a question of "peace" breaking out, but how much "cynical" (I have other words for it) behaviour one can put up with without comment.
rose_by_another_name
01/3/2021
00:12
Zinc falling again so maybe GFM will rise. You never know.
up just a little bit
28/2/2021
22:30
Alan, it seems they were out in force everywhere. You go into shops and its not the odd one or two that aren't wearing masks. I was in a supermarket last week and not that busy but there were ten that I counted. Talking to a member of staff he said they've been told to challenge people but as he said they are not the police. I know some people have medical issues with masks but so many in one place at the same time makes you wonder. Zoo
zooman
28/2/2021
22:01
Yes indeed ARP. After catching covid last April the bike got me back to some semblance of fitness and we have some quite nice country roads around here without too much traffic. Good for you making those holiday plans. Poolewe is a lovely part of the world. I particularly like Loch Maree although it's a while since I visited. The view of Slioch across the Loch is stunning although I expect you've already climbed it. If you're interested in gardens you should go to Inverewe gardens. One of the most impressive things about them is that they were started by Osgood Mckenzie when he was only 20. At that age most of us were chasing girls until one of them caught us. But Osgood was busy creating a world famous garden! I'm sure that Nicola will allow you to travel, always providing she's still in charge. My golf playing neighbour tells me that his club have now officially named a particular type of putt after "Nicola" - a nasty little five footer!
theapiarist
28/2/2021
21:21
hi there everybody what a day we’ve had police out in bulk helicopters flying over the beach , I’ve never seen so many people what it will do to the numbers I dread to think,I went inland but it was still bad, nice to hear about holidays , enjoy as much of it while you can , I’m finished with all that now but I do have many memories l cut up hundreds of photos now there is only me left, wonder what tomorrow will be on the markets , it’s very hard to read the stock market nowadays , glad you are all ok,
alangriffbang
28/2/2021
18:54
TA - Despite not being in your pomp I'm suspect you appreciate just getting those wheels spinning all the more these days. Politics is a dirty business particularly your side of the border at the moment, two heavyweights like Ali/Fraser squaring up, the silver lining is that the big push for independence is losing momentum. Whatever transpires I'm optimistic that travel restrictions will be lifted by mid May as I have cottages booked in Aberfeldy and then Poolewe the following week. The first week I will be targeting a number of munros starting from near Blair Atholl including Beinn a' Ghlo and in the second week hopefully bag An Teallach as well as enjoying the beaches on the west coast. Cottage availability is very limited this year so in the summer months I'll probably have to get the tent out but I do have a further two weeks booked for early September.
arphillips
28/2/2021
13:01
JPPP, personally I feel there has to be a happy medium with interest rates. Currently they are too low but conversely they mustn't go to high. From a government prospective if people spend get then into debt, stop buying their own property ultimately the government will end up supporting people even more, not good.Cryptocurrency is way to unstable and many stay away from that and stocks & shares. Granted the government need people to spend in order to kick start the economy but it has to be in a balanced and manage way or we will end up in an even worse situation. Investing in the market going forward is going to require careful planning. IMHOZoo
zooman
28/2/2021
12:20
Apiarist, swapping Brooks for gel was disconcerting, but wow I love it now! Going back to posts on taper tantrum and higher rates, I'd been thinking rates couldn't stay that low. As I said a while ago, 18 bps for 5 year money is nuts. Rates had to go up at some stage. And we all agree there is little value in the market generally. Also tech and biotech always do well in low interest rates for a number of reasons, one of course is the PV of cashflows and terminal value is higher. So we can expect them to suffer most. My feeling is this is blowing the froth off the top, rather than a major fall, the market was too hot. I'm reminded of Lawson's teenage scribblers (I think it was him), their new story is rising rates. oh gosh chancellor, if rates go up, what will it cost? Wow a new story to overblow... where do we think rates are going to? My guess is not very high. So change the PV's a bit. The QE has been so big, the bubble can't be popped, I don't think. Were would the money go? OK some to crypto and other funny assets, but basically equities, bonds don't sound so good. And if rates go up, it is because the economy is healthier. A good thing no? And we will have a lot of pent up spending spent. So personally I think it is a chance to buy selectively at better prices - what exactly is difficult as ever. I like Sage's idea about general commodities. Maybe more GFM. I hope the share buy backs (a bit like Berkshire hathaway hopefully...) will be at a discount to what they think the company is worth, so will be in our best interests. That is how it ought to work anyway!! GLA JPPP
jppp
28/2/2021
11:15
ARP. I'm afraid the "trusty old bike", like it's owner, is unrecognisable from it's heyday! First casualty was the drop "randonneur" handlebar replaced with a straight bar following a neck injury. Next to go was the gearing to allow the "old codger" to get up hills that once he wouldn't have noticed. Finally, and perhaps most ignominiously, the demise of the old faithful leather Brooks saddle to be replaced by a poncey Italian gel seat! On a more cheerful note Nicola might allow you to resume your Munro bagging by the summer. Always assuming Alex has done for her first!
theapiarist
28/2/2021
08:34
morning zoo I will keep my eye on it ,I’m hoping GGP might eke out another rise along with gun, don’t know about GFM it always does the unexpected ,what a beautiful day today I will be meeting my friends inland in a park it’s far to dangerous on the seafront ,you have a good day and enjoy the fresh air, good luck
alangriffbang
27/2/2021
23:03
Alan, keep an eye on Sunrise Monday or Tuesday because PC is doing a proactive interview on Tuesday and the Webinar on Wednesday, seems a bit odd because they've not done it like that before. Maybe something or nothing but the price has been hammered lately.Zoo
zooman
27/2/2021
21:50
TA - I'm impressed. That 'trusty old bike' has served you well, sounds like it receives lots of loving tender care. You are obviously still incredibly active as I recall you mentioned going running a little while ago.
arphillips
27/2/2021
19:49
ARP. LOL! Just my trusty old bike that I put together 35 years ago using a Nigel Dean frame. Reynolds 753 tubing. Those were the days when British frames were the best and no electric motors!
theapiarist
27/2/2021
19:32
The fact is that crowds flocked to the Southern beaches last summer and there was no appreciable transmission of the virus Which is more important - exposure to UV or absolute temperature?
phillis
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