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Landore Resources Limited LSE:LND London Ordinary Share GB00B06VJ325 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.125 1.10 1.15 1.175 1.125 1.15 11,292,383 13:14:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.1 -0.0 - 20

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24/8/2016
11:13
You ought to look for the filter button then, pal. Nobody is holding a gun to your head to read my posts.
lochlea
24/8/2016
11:09
As I say....negative rantings, becoming very tiresome, you really should get out more pal zzzzzzzzz
tizzer
24/8/2016
11:03
Plenty of folks invested in PGD during that period. Some £150 million worth. 300% increased in PoG. That's some upside to a cycle. 90% decrease in share value. 400% swing in 14 years. Trouble is they promised the earth. But delivered much less.
lochlea
24/8/2016
10:49
During that period regional and local government wete essentially paralysed at best. The whole place just ticked along waiting for presidential change and until that happened no one invested in anything. Essentially it became a zombie economy, a very nice place though.
davidblack
24/8/2016
08:31
There are exceptions of course. PGD was born out of Brancote when sold. PGD has been a gold producer for past few years. PoG has risen 20% in past 12 months yet today PGD has lost 90% of its value since it launched on AIM many moons ago. Even though PoG has risen 300% since that launch.
lochlea
23/8/2016
17:03
John actually Brancote was sold to April 2002 MERIDIAN GOLD INC. AND BRANCOTE HOLDINGS PLC ANNOUNCE A MERGER Not Yamana who are actually a really good company, I know their IR person very well. Meridian screwed up in company relations in weeks of the acquisition and then it was never going to be developed in the 2003-2015 Kirchner era. In that period the country was essentially run by very well heeled gangster who were only interested in what they could "Acquire" and pass on to their friends. The place was a dirt poor kleptocracy, so who would build a mine in that environment? Think the Congo with great food and fabulous wine! Agreed on the cycle argument, zinc is back, copper will be strong from 2017 when shortages kick in, as for nickel?
davidblack
23/8/2016
14:50
Thanks lochlea. So Lamaune currently looking custard coloured!
hugus maximus
23/8/2016
14:35
HM - I have 50,000 Lamaune 'shares'. Not sure about value creation but they have gone a funny shade of yellow since first acquired. What has always surprised/disappointed me about LND is nobody has slapped even a cheeky offer on the table to take them out. If they have such valuable $several billions$ assets in the ground....... they only have a current Mkt Cap of some $24m. A mere fraction. Mind you - weren't the big boys calling Sudbury years back? I guess not.
lochlea
23/8/2016
14:25
I am exactly the same position. So here is what might seem like a daft comment. Gold, yep I know it sounds odd but gold in this part of the world is often associated with iron formations including "Banded Iron Formations." The issue is who would pay for the exploration given it is not a public company? Maybe time for Landore to reabsorb the asset? If it is indeed an asset. FYI I have written it off in my head. "Banded iron formations (also known as banded ironstone formations or BIFs) are distinctive units of sedimentary rock that are almost always of Precambrian age. Banded iron formation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banded_iron_formation
davidblack
23/8/2016
14:24
DB Summit Lake part of Lamaune also on Junior Lake. as you say "Hence why this gold discovery matters as it provides a pathway to bigger things."
johnsalv
23/8/2016
14:20
Just crossed over notes there DB.
hugus maximus
23/8/2016
14:18
DB ... johnsalv mentions Lamaune and whilst holding Landore shares a few years ago, I was allocated 11,641 Lamaune shares which have no value. Under what circumstances would those shares start to create value? Any illumination much appreciated! Best HM
hugus maximus
23/8/2016
14:14
My $500m is to build the mine with all the infracture. Ok that might be overly cautious but very surprised if they got away with less than $300 for any base metal plant. Now simple gold processing plants, they can be cheap! Hence why this gold discovery matters as it provides a pathway to bigger things.
davidblack
23/8/2016
14:09
80k of gold is not of any interest sadly, unless it can grow in size. As for iron ore no chance, RTZ, BHP and Vale have decided to bankrupt all the small players, and by small we are talking 50 times bigger than Lamaune was likely to be. Lamaune Iron, discovered in 1957, was historically known as the Zmudzinski-Despard Iron property where three anomalies extending over a length of 4500 feet (1,370m) were defined by a ground magnetometer survey. Possible ore underlying these anomalies was estimated to total 26 million tons to a depth of 500 feet (150m). Several of the anomalies were open and there was a good chance that the tonnage could be increased. Note: The above estimated tonnage is historical by nature and not compliant with NI 43-101.
davidblack
23/8/2016
14:03
DB In 2012 they reported they would require $50m (not $500m) capital expenditure for a "simple flotation/concentrate plant". Appreciate that was when times were better. Guess it's just the personal frustration over a decade of bullish this & that over countless "significant" discoveries whether it be nickel or gold or copper or iron ore or lithium or palladium or platinum. And "significant" turns out to nothing that creates a material change to the direction of the Company. Get the impression sometimes that they are happy with the status quo and working towards making it $3 billion in ground. ..............but that strategy will only see the share price struggle.
lochlea
23/8/2016
13:55
plus 80k ozs of gold at Miminiska and Lamaune Iron Ore ( Junior Lake )including 50k of gold,another $1 Billion+ ( if price recovers in a couple of years ) and the Boss is Mr Heapleach himself.
johnsalv
23/8/2016
13:40
$2bn in the ground is just that, in the ground. assuming that $2bn was accurate when nickel was $8 a pound that's $1bn at todays price. But at $8 a pound the gross profit was probably 30%, today at $4 a pound its probably zero and will be till nickel heads higher. Do remember to build that mine you need to find $500m in CAPEX and no one is lending on projects with sub 15% IRR's and the nickel today will be less than zero. But that nickel has been there for 2bn years, so another few is not going to hurt. On the two directors, yes they have not created value here in the last ten years but tell me who has in the nickel business anywhere over that period. My only "Raised Eyebrow" would be their salaries which seem generous and more in keeping with pre 2010 than post. But as to changing the directors, no in my opinion, we seem on the cusp of value creation here and a change would sabotage that. So time for a little faith?
davidblack
23/8/2016
13:39
Seller persisting which is strange considering news coming Added yesterday and this morning
chutes01
23/8/2016
13:25
No stock available on H-L, so just placed a fill or kill order in for 120,000. It may move the SP
temujiin
23/8/2016
13:04
In the ground value of $2 BILLION = failure. You are having a laugh.
johnsalv
23/8/2016
12:57
The 2 guys here have failed very badly to deliver shareholder value,considering how long they have been at the helm of this company.Is it not time for them to bow out and make way for new blood?
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