Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Highland Gold Mining LSE:HGM London Ordinary Share GB0032360173 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.60p +1.79% 147.70p 148.20p 148.50p 149.10p 145.50p 145.50p 821,184 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 234.5 74.3 14.9 9.6 478.54

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15/10/2018
19:01
Thanks ;) I think the stronger impact on the HGM share price next couple of months will be whatever the sector-wide movement is rather than momentum from within. CEY had a bit more catching up to do so it has had a stronger rise but it is now also rising with the tide, as it were.....imo. I personally think there is likely to be a pullback over the next few weeks in the sector and consequently HGM and CEY. I don't have the gut feeling that "the market" is really convinced about the strength of gold. I can see the dollar and US stock markets rally after the mid terms. For what it's worth, my money is on much better than expected results for the republicans. Depending on what gold and the sector do I can see CEY veer toward 90p again, at least until the BOD have provided guidance on 2019, which isn't due until end of the year. The main spectre there is whether the production impact will carry over into 2019. Guidance will help on that but they may have to deliver before it stops spooking the market (I.e. q1 results). HGM this side of Christmas I think will bob along. Depending on any pullback maybe play footsie around the sma50 (high 130s)
casual47
15/10/2018
18:37
Thanks Casual47- what's your view here? Also, like your recent posts on the CEY forum :-).
stevedaytrader
15/10/2018
17:53
Q3 production results should be due shortly.
casual47
15/10/2018
08:55
US recovery Fri, Asia down overnight due to trade wars etc- ftse flat (phew) didn't follow Asia- FTSE should climb today despite Asia, be interesting on USA later, again I feel this should go up, and then Asia recovers tomorrow. Gold doing well, and when ftse goes up over next few days, hgm will too. We shall see... I don't see any recession yet, and have always stated my position for a long time on this bulletin board- I work in 6 months horizons. Have read countless "spouts" on bulletin board of crash is here, but we can all go with our own judgments as now one really knows...
stevedaytrader
15/10/2018
08:33
The share price seems pincered between the sma200 and sma150. The sma50 is creeping up and should firm up the bottom....oooh matron.
casual47
12/10/2018
17:30
Disappointed today but then again would have taken this price all day long the other day :-).
stevedaytrader
11/10/2018
15:59
Whoop whoop goldies, hope people on here didn't sell off first thing today after last nights panic! Come HGM, get moving, you're lagging a bit.
stevedaytrader
11/10/2018
15:37
What a great recovery. And gold too.
fizzypop
11/10/2018
14:55
took a while to get going today - now HGM along with CEY up nicely
mister md
11/10/2018
08:14
Wil be an interesting couple of days for sure- some winners, some losers for my shorts- HGM is one of my very few long termers, but I still can't kick the habit of watching daily(maybe I should remove from my dashboard!)... fingers crossed for today. Of equal interest will be the FED over the coming months, will they ease the tightening or hint at it, or will they see this like the blip in Q1 this year... time will tell- some good bargains out there, but it's always hard to know where the bottoms will be...
stevedaytrader
10/10/2018
22:28
The DOW is down 8 centuries the crash of October 2018 as predicted has started the almighty RBonnier King of Storms is short on the DOW £10 per point.
rbonnier
10/10/2018
16:44
Don't want another drop to the mid 120's again- the FTSE is down every day, the pound is stronger with Brexit looking better which pulls the ftse down too- still need a weaker dollar against other currencies to assist gold which is still doing nothing... US stocks getting hit today too.
stevedaytrader
10/10/2018
16:26
SP seems to be heading toward the sma(50)
casual47
10/10/2018
16:21
FTSE down, gold flat/down this week- need some relief, somewhere....
stevedaytrader
08/10/2018
10:59
Loganair- Amazon had, and now have, the biggest competition of all companies! They were retail and still, the media space, and the cloud space, they are the one of the biggest, most competed against company around. Agree Tesla are small compared to Ford etc, but they are disrupters and innovators primarily unlike those you listed- I'm surprised they haven't already been purchased, but now are way big for what they do. Be interesting to see what happens now- a good buy at the moment. Back to HGM- OK so far today despite FTSE again going down, and gold not doing great despite non-farm miss- I still hold to a strategy that the dollar will weaken and know I've been saying this for a while this year and it's yet to happen- a further miss on data could cease the FED from hiking, they will be paranoid that too much tightening could cause a US prob... and of course the mid-terms coming around...
stevedaytrader
08/10/2018
09:33
I guess HGM corporate isn't busy enough and they thought someone might notice that they spend most of their time shuffling paper around.
casual47
08/10/2018
09:15
I wonder what the idea is behind all this "branding" stuff. HGM used to be concentrated on its day job. The basic website was part of the charm. I'm a tiny bit disconcerted. "Vision Gold holds eternal value on Earth. It is our honour to deliver it to people."
zangdook
08/10/2018
08:37
TESLA are tiny compared to the likes of BMW, Volkswagen, GM, Ford or Toyota. I think you can not compare Tesla to the likes of Microsoft, being a cash intensive company Tesla burns through huge amount of cash when Microsoft was running out of a garage. Amazon had far less competition then Tesla does and what competition amazon had was from far smaller and weaker companies then the competition Tesla is competing with.
loganair
08/10/2018
07:38
Hmmmm, I think Tesla will be around- people said the same about Microsoft, Amazon, (fever tree although relatively new) etc... TESLA are huge. Leading innovation companies normally get bought out and either "killed off" as their competing technically is perceived as too much as a threat to a large company, but this has to happen when they are new and the cost is low.
stevedaytrader
08/10/2018
07:13
Lots of 404 errors on the new website.
zangdook
07/10/2018
16:37
I doubt very much Tesla will be around as an independent company in 10 years time as the big car companies, BMW, Volkswagen, GM, Ford, Toyota etc are pouring billions into electric vehicles. These companies have the size and profit to be able to do so while Tesla is still massively loss making, losing some where around $1bln per quarter.
loganair
07/10/2018
15:41
Hi Loganair i completely agree and i apologise to the bb i was just furious at woodwark personal attack on me for suggesting the market may tank. It is something imo that might happen especially if Tesla goes under.
rbonnier
07/10/2018
15:33
I see the foul mouthed bonnier still stalks these boards spreading his doom and gloom. What a lovely existence!!
wooster4
07/10/2018
14:01
Posters are usually polite on this thread, please refrain from personal attacks what ever one may think of what another poster has written.
loganair
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