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GFM Griffin Mining Limited

135.00
8.00 (6.30%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  8.00 6.30% 135.00 131.00 133.00 132.00 125.00 125.00 385,136 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec 94.4M 7.7M 0.0400 33.00 254.53M
Griffin Mining Limited is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFM. The last closing price for Griffin Mining was 127p. Over the last year, Griffin Mining shares have traded in a share price range of 72.20p to 132.00p.

Griffin Mining currently has 192,828,420 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining is £254.53 million. Griffin Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 33.00.

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27/2/2024
23:09
Alan people just have to look at SHG in order to make up their minds. Clearly one poster is posting multiple names.
zooman
27/2/2024
23:07
I don't think Sage has stated in the past his views which is not one supporting you old man.
zooman
27/2/2024
19:36
Indeed, Rose.

Picking up on your point earlier, I'm sure the answer is NO, Alan had no idea that in selling when he did he was also selling his vote.

Which is odd coming from the most vociferous cheerleader for the Vote NO cause on SHG.

Particularly ironic is the fact that had he waited until tomorrow to sell he would have kept his vote.

theapiarist
27/2/2024
18:22
Alan, we're free to "riddle this site" with whatever we choose, whether or not you and Zoo elect to communicate elsewhere.

What is certain, is that the quality of riddling has been markedly improved in your absence.

In fact, only yesterday, two former posters, possibly feeling tempted by the improved quality and atmosphere, put in a welcome return.

theapiarist
27/2/2024
17:31
Stick to your private messages Alan that way we won't have to report your lies to ADVFN.
up just a little bit
27/2/2024
16:36
What a potty mouth you have. No doubt a credit to all who you know.
up just a little bit
27/2/2024
16:35
zoo with us not posting so often they are free to riddle this site with all the rubbish they post and today they have proved it ,what a sad lot ,it’s like second childhood at least they will qualify for for measles injections ,can you imagine rose making a fuss of that, good luck
alangriffbang
27/2/2024
15:06
No one knows how much time they have, zoo. Motorcycling,
messing about on the water, flying small planes, you are
as likely to go first as anyone. Not to mention your blood
pressure, which I can measure from here.

rose_by_another_name
27/2/2024
15:03
That's hysterical Alan is nearly one foot in according to his "internet friend"
up just a little bit
27/2/2024
14:49
That goodness that trashy old liar is keeping off the board. Less work for ADVFN to do!
up just a little bit
27/2/2024
14:36
I'm unclear as to the "lesson" that we oldies should take from Alan and Anne's recent traumatic experience.

Is it:-

a) Don't leave home without your iPad;
b) Don't allow yourself to get trapped between the bed and the wardrobe;
c) Always have a phone to hand;
d) Have a panic button within reach;

Or possibly (e) Don't go rushing up to London when there are people far more capable already on hand.

There is, of course, one sure and certain final lesson.

That is, that despite all his promises to the contrary, whilst there is still breath in his body, Alan will never desert us and will forever entertain us.

theapiarist
27/2/2024
14:29
Keep up with the pms Alan
You don’t need to appear here after all

phillis
27/2/2024
13:28
I bet alan thinks that those shares he voted and then sold
will still be counted as "no" votes.

rose_by_another_name
27/2/2024
12:42
sage I would just like to say that a few of us are on pms ,it’s a lot more interesting and you don’t gets the nasty trash on here,
alangriffbang
27/2/2024
12:40
sage good morning ,unfortunately yesterday I rushed up to London without my I pad ,this will be a lesson to All our oldies including me Anne who is 101 Went to bed the night before last then slipped out and trapped herself in between the bed and the wardrobe with no button to press and no phone she luckily had a caller early yesterday morning ,so we all rushed over to her , fortunately she is fine ,we are now trying to get her to change her mind but up to now it’s a definite no ,thank you very much for your posts yesterday it’s all very interesting it doesn’t seem very easy for it to break a pound .no other bid for shanta yet and time is running out ,I sold 700 000 and kept 600000, which I think several people have done ,I am now stockpiling in SRB and see, we will see what happens ,good luck and keep we,
alangriffbang
26/2/2024
23:53
That rules out the liar then. 5 years is a long time for the old codger.
up just a little bit
26/2/2024
20:09
I haven’t given the percentage holdings for the portfolio and have ignored cash. I keep 5 years worth of expenditure in cash (ignoring salary).
sageman
26/2/2024
19:59
Over the years a number of posters here have come to know me and that GFM is just a tiny part of my holdings. Most people have some gambles and have the bulk of their portfolio well diversified. For those that are interested I am holding. Aegon high yield bond ( a play on spreads and improving global economy). Artemis Europe (hedged). Fidelity Japan Index . Franklin India. UBS developed Rafi 1000. L&G global tech. L&G pharma. Portfolio at an all time high. A tilt to value here but still with tech. Also a momentum play. Enjoy your share trading (most traders are losing money if they are U.K. centric) but my portfolio is now less than 5% individual shares. DYOR but assuming that most people here have a well diversified core hopefully this is helpful.

PS I was holding gold in an ETF but substituted it for Aegon.

sageman
26/2/2024
19:45
Not much we disagree on there mr bee! All the best.
sageman
26/2/2024
18:40
I'm not sure that we DO disagree, Sage.

Of course I agree with you regarding the ease of moving the share price of a stock which experiences low volume.

Unfortunately, during the last buyback, only 5% of the shares "bought back" appeared on the market.

Had 100% been traded on the market the "leverage" that you so accurately describe would very probably have resulted in a marked effect on the share price And you and I would have been in complete agreement.

We also agree that, for a long time, the performance of the mine has been "exceptional".

It seems that our only point of disagreement is the catalyst for the recent rise.

This rise over the past 6 months could easily be attributed to the fact that 1.5 million tonnes proved to be a reality and not just a dream! and not due to a paltry £4,000/day buyback.

Let us both hope that this time round the full £10 million scheme is directed towards genuine buybacks and not merely used as a fig leaf to cover the purchase of stock held by directors and their pals in off-market deals.

theapiarist
26/2/2024
18:16
Mr Bee, I hear what you say but the performance of the mine has always (shut downs excepted) been exceptional. I gave an example of the foresight sustainable forestry fund tanking on low volume due to no buyers (NAV. Circa 95p & it fell to 60p). When a few buyers arrived it went back to 80p and has fallen back again. All on pitifully thin trading volume. This is the same as GFM which means that share buy backs can made a disproportionate difference. As I doubt you will change your view and arguing is pointless. Let’s just agree to disagree and both cross our fingers for the share price to rise.
sageman
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