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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 85.00 34,756 08:23:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
84.00 85.40 85.00 83.80 83.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 77.68 27.29 11.63 7.9 148
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:33:18 O 10,000 84.784 GBX

Griffin Mining (GFM) Latest News

More Griffin Mining News
Griffin Mining Investors    Griffin Mining Takeover Rumours

Griffin Mining (GFM) Discussions and Chat

Griffin Mining Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
20/9/202113:42GRIFFIN Mining - Chinese Zinc & Gold (Moderated)50,723
20/9/202108:15Zinc & Gold with some Silver & Lead1,545
26/8/202115:17Chinese dragon and Sageman 6
16/1/202115:51GFM UPDATE11
23/4/202015:46Mud suckers 2

Add a New Thread

Griffin Mining (GFM) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Griffin Mining trades in real-time

Griffin Mining (GFM) Top Chat Posts

Griffin Mining Daily Update: Griffin Mining Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GFM. The last closing price for Griffin Mining was 85p.
Griffin Mining Limited has a 4 week average price of 83.60p and a 12 week average price of 83p.
The 1 year high share price is 163p while the 1 year low share price is currently 58.50p.
There are currently 174,642,894 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 74,454 shares. The market capitalisation of Griffin Mining Limited is £148,446,459.90.
sageman: Alan, I have my 3 gambles to 10 bag ( Alba, Amur and Thor) equal money in all. I tend to trade Thor selling over 1p and buying below. All could soar, all could tank all require faith and patience. However, this thread is for GFM so I won’t say anything else. I was reading an article about investing in solid companies for the long term where you have done proper research. In that scenario when the share price drops investors are pleased as they get to buy at a discount. This is how I feel about GFM. GLA
sageman: Alan, I think that your friend is fairly astute. Only a liar always buys at the bottom and always sells at the top. GFM are a very solid company and politics etc. aside will produce strong results with commodity prices at these levels. He/she will be aware that uncertainty is negatively impacting the share price and is taking advantage of negative sentiment. We all have our views as to what the share price should/could be but ultimately sentiment is transient both positive and negative and in the meantime the mine produces. Zoo is greedy ( nothing wrong with that and wants to buy as cheap as possible)personally I am very relaxed and am happy buying quality at a good price. My view is anything under £1.50 is a decent price and I have been happy to have nibbles. If it goes under 80p I will buy another 100,000. GLA
zooman: I pointed out that the share was going to head south fast at 130p plus, you were one of the fools knocking me with your childish comments and where are we currently? Hence I sold all but one share at the time the one remaining share is held in a trading account after the transaction last digit was one out. Yes I'm a trader never denied it and you talk about share price movement. Old son wake up its hitting you in the face. I believe this share will rise but also feel that it will hit the upper seventies beforehand.
amt: Hi Alan. I bought back into Bango having sold a large amount at £2.30 I think the news from Apple will provide another big market for them. Yes I check the Cora share price and think I wished I had held on. However Phoenix is doing very well also. I keep an eye on GFM even though I sold out but I suspect the situation with China and the very strained relations with the West that's the problem here. It's been a while since I looked here but I see the guy who likes to find anything negative about vaccines hasn't gone away so suggest keeping him filtered. History will show the Vaccines for Covid will have saved us from complete catastrophe and will go down as one of the greatest scientific achievements in history. Always happy to hear how you are getting on.
alangriffbang: ARP I was just leaving when I got a text from the surgery cancelling the appointment because they hadn’t had a delivery of bottles so I had to quickly re schedule everything but had a really nice day I will look at that site anything to get away from these awful people on here I have them all filtered as anything they say is of no interest to me at all, I feel GFM will now drift back to the seventies there’s no news and nothing to get the share price to rise, there is nothing wrong with the company at all it’s hard to know what to do with it, GGP is now rising they are drilling at scallywag and anything positive and it will fly good luck to you,
amt: Commodity prices in limbo at the moment which is perhaps why the share price hasn't gone up much after results. Worries about a fourth Covid wave seems to be the issue. However that's not inevitable as vaccination World wide continues to gather pace. Most of my mining shares have gone down recently so not surprising GFM going that way. Amc being the exception. I have a long way to go on that one to break even Alan. You did well to make a profit there.
jppp: very good post on buybacks Mattjos, thank you. They've done me very well in Apple, for example, but a very interesting take on them in stocks like this. i agree 100% with you. they are looking for the weak hands effectively, and hope for lower prices but won't be an share price driver, unless your earnings are rocketing. (Apple, but to be fair GFM to a certain extent, they just ain't buying enough, (or cancelling them)) GLA JPPP
alangriffbang: spooky the market has fallen today because metal prices have fallen in China and they have warned everybody not to push the prices up, I fully realise zinc is up and so is GFM a tad , all the time we are involved with China we have to obey by there rules which will hold the share price back to what is should be, hope we break through a pound today, good luck,
sageman: HI MWF great to here from you. I have never had a problem with the BOD and the way it has managed the mine. They have done a first class job developing the resource. I am however, disappointed that the development since 2007 is not reflected in the price and am focused specifically on a point that the company made on the teleconference about needing to attract more investors. You then sit down and analyze and I purchased my first shares circa 2006/2007 at £1.10. The share price today is below that level despite all the development. I have traded it and done well. But who has also done well? The BOD and the employees and the Chinese (cost of license and tax). The share price has gone down since I originally purchased so had I as an investor just bought and held I would be losing money....a sobering thought and one to reflect on. I personally believe that for now we need to treat GFM as a cash cow and drill out 1.5m tons and pay out the proceeds to shareholders. If the Chinese want us to develop further then they need to make it worth our while with grants etc. All IMHO
sageman: The problem I see with GFM is that the BOD are split regarding the payment of a dividend vs share buybacks. In the meantime the BOD do a great job in terms of developing the mine (which the Chinese will happily thank us for at the end of the license period) and employing Chinamen. Similarly if you work for the company in any capacity (BOD/China etc.)you get paid handsomely. Yet the share price today is less than in 2006/2007. All those staff, all that development and nothing for the investors! That is why a dividend is important so there is something tangible. I actually made all these points to Roger after the call and he actually thanked me for saying it and also made it clear that he was pleased about my comments regarding dividends on the conference call. I have no idea about the internal politics of GFM but nice to know that the FD is in favour of dividends. Time will tell.
Griffin Mining share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
Griffin Mi..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210920 12:45:32