Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ormonde Mining LSE:ORM London Ordinary Share IE00BF0MZF04 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -2.40% 5.075p 232,168 15:24:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.90p 5.25p 5.20p 5.075p 5.20p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.67 -0.01 -0.02 23.9

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14/11/2018
08:20
Ormonde Mining Daily Update: Ormonde Mining is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ORM. The last closing price for Ormonde Mining was 5.20p.
Ormonde Mining has a 4 week average price of 4.50p and a 12 week average price of 3.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.75p.
There are currently 470,936,824 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 403,573 shares. The market capitalisation of Ormonde Mining is £23,900,043.82.
22/10/2018
12:31
12vic: Paul I started putting money into these from 2015, I have a good average at around 1.7 originally I was investing for capital gain but now these have more appeal as a long term dividend investment. the recent eps calculations came in at 0.0135 cents against a 6c share price. This is a really good return in itself. Plumbed about 1.6m of these into my isa if things play out right over the next few years this could see my kids through school and then turn into a second pension. Have been lucky so far as this is my one and only big investment. Im sure theres still plenty of room for growth here , 6 months is laughable at £1.00 but 3-5 yrs could have potential.
22/10/2018
11:40
paulwinter10: thanks 12Vic, I have held shares for 15 years, and looking forward to a windfall this year! I follow price of tungsten very closely. Share price co-relates to tungsten price. I'm cutting wood for winter at the moment.... Kind regards, Paul Winter.
22/10/2018
10:40
paulwinter10: I look forward to share price going up to £1.00 in the next 6 months! Not! This might be our way to finance my children's educational needs! Kind regards, Paul Winter.
16/10/2018
19:35
cyberbub: I saw it last week steelwatch. The article is generally good, but the muppets got their decimal point for the target share price in the wrong place!
06/10/2018
09:52
patsl: I agree with Gosoftly7 on 5 October that the valuation of €1 per share is about ten times too high.The correct valuation is about €.10 per share. His calculation of earnings per share seems correct at $.0148 or €.0135. See post on London South East by JODO on 5/10/2018. See Phoenix III which says 'This would equate to a share price of over €1, although the current share price is only €0.06'. In my opinion this post is totally incorrect and is very misleading.
05/10/2018
12:45
4mrb: With its 30% carried interest in this joint venture, Ormonde Mining shareholders are looking at an attributable profit of just on $7m pa, which works out at earnings of €0.125 a share. This would equate to a share price of over €1, although the current share price is only €0.06. Full print on L S E board
25/8/2018
13:34
cyberbub: The catch is that Ormonde only gets 30% Wanobi.But that still means that we are substantially undervalued at today's share price and tungsten price... the only significant risk now is the tungsten price.
25/8/2018
10:42
12vic: It's been a long time coming but it seems the market is finally understanding the need to revalue this company. To those that held or jumped on board in the meagre years the rewards are slowly unfolding. In Jan 2016 the share price was touching a measly 1p and Barruecopardo was a hole in a field , even with the funding secured there were numerous false dawns and ownership issues to overcome. I've followed this closely for the last 3 years it still amazes me to see what has been achieved in a time where many such companies have faded away or struggled just to survive. I have a large investment in this company which has now tripled, my money is here to stay though, because there is clearly so much more to come .
30/7/2018
11:28
cyberbub: My understanding of the basic financial figures here is:* AISC $180* 260,000 mtu production on daytime shifts (could be increased with 24hr working)* ORM gets 30% 'free carry' of the gross profitsIf so that implies that on daytime shifts ORM will get at least $11M at current APT prices = £8M. Minus modest G&A and taxes (with no doubt large tax losses to use up) suggests about £5M+ post tax. On a modest multiple of 10 that's a £50M valuation and a 10p share price.With commissioning starting in a few weeks, as long as the APT proce doesn't decline significantly, we shoild be much higher soon.NAI DYOR etc
06/10/2017
10:31
admiral jellicoe: Yeah, while I sincerely hope we all get our big pay day with ORM, I do have concerns over the share price I've got some stock in Bank of Ireland, and a enormous amount of dumping and pumping goes on there. Share price was 11c years back, rose to 39c, dumped to 22c, dumped again to 17c, pumped up to 24.5c and back to 22c. Completely manic.It got so bad that a 30:1 consolidation had to be carried out to try and prevent these manic weekly swings. Certain fund groups were blamed / suspected of this action, but of course never publically accused. There appeared to be a cartel in operation, dumping and pumping among themselves to the detriment of other holders and making a killing on short selling etcThe moral of the tale is some large investors are in it for long term rise, whilst others are in for shorting and manipulation to the detriment of other holders. I hope the latter does not occur with ORM. It's entirely possible that ORM could be doing remarkably well as a company, but the share price is manipulated to the floor. So be careful what you wish for WRT larger institutional investors, us minnows can and do get squashed from time to time.TBH, I'm not sure the ISEQ is a good place for small holders.I'm still in with ORM, I'm optimistic the share price will do well, but I will not be surprised at share price manipulation if the nasty boys get on board.
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