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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ormonde Mining Plc LSE:ORM London Ordinary Share IE00BF0MZF04 ORD EUR0.01 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.975 0.95 1.00 0.975 0.975 0.98 59,403 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.0 0.1 11.4 5

Ormonde Mining Share Discussion Threads

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20/11/2020
10:11
I sent in my voting paper last week for the AGM. No zoom meeting, so I can just listen in to the proceedings. Nothing really unusual on the agenda. However, a potential announcement may be imminent! Gold at all time high. Tungsten mine sold off at an opportune time before Covid struck and the downturn in the world economy. Tungsten also remains dirt cheap, so it was a good time to sell the tungsten works. I must look up Tharsis. Are they quoted on the London Stock Market? Are Rio Tinto seriously thinking of investing of making an offer to the shareholders for Ormonde? Tom Anderson has a big bank account, and is just toying with this company in hopes that it will become a multiple bagger! Yours sincerely, Paul Winter.
paulwinter10
20/11/2020
08:23
Been a quiet few days in here.How's everyone feeling about ORM?
sheeponwheels
13/11/2020
19:22
Rio could be on the table?
rostallagh
13/11/2020
12:40
There seem to be plenty of questions that need to be answered before we can understand the way forward. Firstly around the major shareholder who now holds 21% and looks like he intends to increase. It would be good to have some reassurance of the intentions here, is it to work with the board because he believes in their plans going forward or does he see a different purpose for the company? Secondly from the company, really very little of substance being put on the table beyond a mystery opportunity being evaluated. If we are looking at some kind of jv around current assets ready to go then that can only really be La Zarza. The partner here would probably have to be Tharsis Mining by default. The other assets we own are still very early stage development projects and tied in to joint ownership agreements. There is huge potential from here,through the cash assets and the other holdings all it really needs to take off is some clear direction. A tie in with Tharsis would make sense as they are cash rich have a specific interest in La Zarza and are committed to fund mining in the region. My gut feeling is that something else is on the table though.
12vic
12/11/2020
18:56
I think maybe Henry you are looking at the wrong value, tungsten, that’s past tense since January. Gold is the valuing article now. Gold is rocketing
rostallagh
12/11/2020
16:05
Ormonde was set to be valued at 12-15 cents upon successful commissioning of the tungsten mine, according to Davys. I very much doubt that these gold prospects, which were a mere afterthought for Ormonde for many many years, are about to generate the value you speak of, at least in the near term.
henry1010
12/11/2020
10:53
Yeah that’s what it said. Do you know of Rio tinto?
rostallagh
12/11/2020
08:40
Apparently
henry1010
11/11/2020
21:05
Yeah apparently as per a report on Thursday 5/11/20 an Australian company called Rio Tinto(???) are looking at the business now
rostallagh
10/11/2020
14:08
Ok it wasn't a typo. Your out of your noodle if you think this is going to 8cents to 10cents in the next year or two.
henry1010
10/11/2020
12:56
Sheeponwheels9 Nov '20 - 17:05 - 2900 of 2901 0 0 0 Awesome advice, thank you so much! I'll defo hold onto them and watch what happens. You're more than welcome. I can remember my first hesitant steps into investment! I was fortunate to make just about every conceivable error when I started; so don't feel discouraged, if things don't fall right for you at the beginning. Investment is a sphere of activity where experience is very important.
cjohn
10/11/2020
11:21
we will probably get news before AGM.. time to buy imho
nash81
09/11/2020
17:05
Awesome advice, thank you so much! I'll defo hold onto them and watch what happens.I'm 25 and it's only money from an old employment pension that I didn't realise I had, so if anything goes wrong it isn't the end of the world.However, I'd absolutely like to see this rise!
sheeponwheels
09/11/2020
16:42
Jeez Henry your Maths, where o where were you educated?
rostallagh
09/11/2020
14:31
Sheeponwheels9 Nov '20 - 08:59 - 2894 of 2896 I've bought 177,000 shares in Ormonde @ 1.40. Currently sitting - £450ish down. I'm new to trading, but after reading about this company and looking at past share price, I couldn't understand why the price was so low. What are your thoughts? Hold out and ride the wave or cut my losses? ORM is not a good share for "trading", because it's often illiquid and the spread between buy price and sell price is wide. This means if you buy one day and sell the next, you will make an exaggerated loss. The fact that the price was once a lot higher is not a reason in itself to buy. The share price went down to around 0.5p, because of the operational failures of the board. The tungsten mine was completely mis-handled and sold at a big loss. Currently, the assets of the company are worth perhaps 1.5 - 2p per share. (This gives no negative value for the past dire operational history of the company.) If I was in your shoes, I would hold! It makes no sense to sell just after you've bought, simply because the price has gone down. There have been no developments since you bought. Nothing significant has changed. If you want to become a serious investor/trader you need to get used to sitting on losses. No one has perfect timing or anything close to it. It's really important to become emotionally detached about loss, otherwise you will suffer too much. I hope this is of some help. Have a great day and best of luck with ORM and your other investments.
cjohn
09/11/2020
14:17
Wouldn't that be a -30% return?
henry1010
09/11/2020
10:12
Thanks for the reply @walkerjameswalkerI'll sit tight and watch this space!
sheeponwheels
09/11/2020
09:07
Ride the wave..You will be rewarded.
walkerjameswalker
09/11/2020
08:59
I've bought 177,000 shares in Ormonde @ 1.40. Currently sitting - £450ish down.I'm new to trading, but after reading about this company and looking at past share price, I couldn't understand why the price was so low.What are your thoughts? Hold out and ride the wave or cut my losses?
sheeponwheels
07/11/2020
14:28
Sorry to be gormless but has a firm date been confirmed for the revised AGM?
bibdaddy
06/11/2020
23:15
I spoke with a very senior highly renowned stockbroker in Dublin this evening on Ormonde. He told me that there are very very significant developments coming down the tracks with them. The AGM is expected to announce massive plans.With Such developments he said they see the share price going to .08c - .10c very shortly???
rostallagh
05/11/2020
21:24
gold rising higher, will be good if we can get news on gold asset acquisition soon. we should be around 5p is my target on news now time to continue adding imho
nash81
05/11/2020
14:11
Deffo gold resources from previous RNSs. Hope the acquisition will be the big ONE. We will see whether the chairman stick to his words about acquisition that add SUBSTANTIAL value to shareholders. Not long now. Jonathan Henry, Ormonde's Executive Chairman, commented: "I am very pleased to report that a fresh look at Ormonde's Spanish gold exploration projects has highlighted the potential to build on high grade gold mineralisation which was intersected by previous drilling campaigns. We have identified several targets within the project portfolio which can be advanced, to the benefit of shareholders in a positive gold market environment, with low cost work programmes, while continuing to conserve the Company's cash balances for driving value in potential resource sector M&A opportunities. In this regard, Ormonde's management team has several very interesting options under consideration. Gold projects have been a key focus of these efforts, together with opportunities across a range of commodities, global jurisdictions and risk profiles. The priority remains on concluding a resource sector transaction which would add substantial value for Ormonde's shareholders."
deanmatlazin
05/11/2020
13:32
I think share price greatly undervalued. Hopefully, a good and potentially prosperous announcement will come fortwith from the AGM to be held this month! Gold is at an all time high. The tungsten mine was sold at a very good time, coming before Covid and the economic downturn! Tungsten continues to remain dirt cheap. Well done to the board! I have an inkling that Ormonde are going to announce new gold mining operations to take place. It's interesting to note that the biggest gold mine is in Siberia, in the biggest country in the world, Russia! The owners are building an airstrip to facilitate the mine, and are worth billions. Gold is one of those precious metals that continue to break price records per ounce. Kind regards, Paul
paulwinter10
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