Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Monterrico Metals LSE:MNA London Ordinary Share GB0031695009 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 82.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:30:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 21.57

Monterrico Metals Share Discussion Threads

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11/12/2008
10:00
No chesty, sold out around the £2 mark on the last spike, when we last shared the thread... :o) But she's lookin tasty again.
davros006
11/12/2008
09:56
Mornin chaps. How you doin chesty, long time no see? Itchy trigger finger this mornin....
davros006
11/12/2008
09:55
That spread will put off anyone buying BUT I was thinking the same yesterday & the day before & I have missed out on being in profit today. Happy to be holding again here. be lucky Matt & lets hope were both right.
chesty1
11/12/2008
09:49
Was involved earlier in the year too, unfortunately not from as low as £1.14 Have taken a position here also hoping that the selling has now finished and the large volume has cleared up any loose stock. If it is the case then I can see this moving up to around 60p quite quickly.
matt123d
11/12/2008
09:37
Cheers matt I noticed it move straight away....I noticed the 50,000 trade go thru the other day & then it moved up directly afterwards & I have been watching this one since the start of the month...Should have got in before now BUT I wanted to make sure it was on the move 1st... I was in this one form the move from £1.14p to £2.50p which was so quickly I could not believe me luck.... Feel this one could move strongly up from here, I take it your in.??? Not many holders out there on ADVFN of this one & it is very very tightly held any purchases (or sells) always moves the share price GAME ON, not game over as the share price is showing.
chesty1
11/12/2008
09:33
Chesty, Looks as though the volume over the past few days has cleared the seller, your purchase caused that mark up.
matt123d
11/12/2008
09:26
Morning all Well call me chuck away charlie I have gone in for some here today... just a wee dabble to see if this rise can continue. Be lucky to all & someones having a nibble at these levels & not just me. (this one always shows as a big spread which puts people off BUT it can move so quick it doesn't matter within days). WATCH THIS SPACE
chesty1
24/11/2008
14:36
Since accepting the bid last yr I have taken my eye off this.Can somebody update as to why so low now please.Have the locals blocked everything or what?TIA.Sorry to be lazy.
mikey34
24/11/2008
09:49
IMO the bottom could be very low indeed. In the current markets, the Chinese may not either buy up remaining shares, OR progress development of the mine. Conversely though, they may do both, but the question was, where is the bottom. Anyone looked at cash flows - ie. when do they have cash to? My guess is that in the worst case of the Chinese just delaying development, they'd sit on this. If they did that, there would be no point in maintaining a listing - indeed, there probably isnt anyway. In that case, would they want to buy up remaining shares - or might they not have the cash? ie. unless they put it into hibernation, it will need more cash at some point. Buying up shares to delist it might be a cheaper way of achieving that?
the_doctor
24/11/2008
09:42
hhhhhhhmmmmmm not popped in here for a while..... Going the opposite way to the markets today not a good sign at all...Other ming stocks bouncing off lows this one just gets lower... Where's the bottom. Be lucky to all
chesty1
20/11/2008
13:31
weatherman He's a toffy nosed old pal, what do you expect, I met him, worst luck. The Queen's Representative. What a laugh. !
clancrackan
20/11/2008
11:35
Well, there are probably big doubts that it will be developed as a mine. IMO, they should buy up remaining shares, sack everyone and sit on it for a decade?
the_doctor
20/11/2008
10:21
Where the F... is this going....at this rate it will be a penny share!!!
aspers
14/11/2008
12:13
Remember the Mirror share plugging incident - the only one to go to jail was the small private investor. The big boys get away with fines not much greater than their profits.
weatherman
14/11/2008
09:04
Today's Telegraph quote Richard Ralph, former Governor of the Falkland Islands and a past British ambassador to both Peru and Romania, has been fined £117,691.41 by the City regulator after it was discovered he asked a friend to buy shares in Monterrico Metals. Mr Ralph became chairman of Monterrico in August 2006, shortly before the £93m mining business was taken over by China's Zijin Consortium. The FSA found that during the takeover talks Mr Ralph asked his friend Filip Boyen to buy about £30,000 of shares in order to conceal his true identity. At the time, Mr Ralph was closely involved in the takeover talks and was and would have been expected to publicly disclose any dealing in company shares. As well as buying the shares for Mr Ralph, Mr Boyen also bought shares for himself worth £77,162.05. After a takeover deal was announced to the market, Mr Boyen sold both men's holdings, generating a collective profit of £42,174.36. Once the FSA began to investigate suspicious trading prior to the takeover, Mr Ralph voluntarily contacted the FSA and admitted to insider dealing. Mr Boyen was fined £81,982.95 and sources said both fines would have been as much as a third higher had it not been for the full co-operation and early settlement by the pair. unquote
cerrito
19/10/2008
11:36
If you look at the KAZ sp, I'm surprised that these have not dropped lower.
sicilian_kan
29/9/2008
21:14
Anyone following these at the moment??.....why the constant slow drip...when should we expect a bounce, I reckoned 150p was a good time to buy as we seemed to be making a quick recovery, looks like my prediction was wrong!
aspers
19/9/2008
20:24
catching up with this week's interims and noting that the detailed feasibility study is being rewritten which indicates that they are going around in circles and we need another year for the Environment and social Impact assessment I cannot foresee getting back in these again for the foreseeable future and think will take this off my radar screen completely.
cerrito
28/8/2008
16:51
The tie up with Romero seems a good deal for many people ie it gives MNA something they have missed good local patrons who can give them local commercial expertise gives Romero a good entry price and which those who buy now would be happy to have. Been out of Peru for some time so would need to check that Romero are still the force they were once..have also been out of MNA for a few months but this will provoke me to get up to speed. note the market with nil volume today was underwhelmed
cerrito
07/8/2008
09:13
Chesty - just a total guess that from what I remembered a year of so ago, they'd perhaps need more cash around now?? (I've not checked the accounts and dont have time right now..)
the_doctor
06/8/2008
16:18
Something stiring here I wonder???? getting ready to take off again I think???
aspers
01/8/2008
18:48
the doctor I think your probably right there matey..A placing is on the cards BUT why. Jury is out n I will hold & maybe add soon if I see a bottom. & no not yours.
chesty1
29/7/2008
12:58
Fundraising? How are they doing for cash, any thoughts? My view was that they'd probably want to take up remaining shares at some point and delist? Not sure why they should particularly want a broker with access to China (Evo China?)
the_doctor
11/7/2008
15:40
ok then maybe not just yet....
chesty1
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