Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Orosur Mining LSE:OMI London Ordinary Share CA6871961059 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 4.25p 4.00p 4.50p 4.52p 4.25p 4.25p 12,265 11:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 34.5 1.6 0.0 190.9 3.31

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21/5/2018
16:57
Has to be worth a punt. Bought 2 x 100,000 at 4.12p and 4.20p.
davidspringbank
18/5/2018
17:06
That's a very slim basis upon which to invest (gamble) one's money IMO. Especially given how much its moved the share price up already (not!) Good luck to anyone who takes a punt (hopefully not a widow or an orphan)
bigtbigt
18/5/2018
12:24
China JV talk along with assays that are on the way a bit leaky yesterday after days of no buying a rise in volume and price much more coming here way low at present not for much longer
optrade
18/5/2018
12:22
rumour of bid...trying to confirm source
temmujin
18/5/2018
12:19
Hat tip to Dijon on the LSE board; #Orosur #Mining (#OMI), digging for gold in Uruguay, Colombia and Chile, is metals and mining expert Asa Bridle's top pick. https://twitter.com/smallcappick/status/997208111722254336/photo/1
the priest
18/5/2018
10:59
Any link to news/rumour optrade?
breaktwister
16/5/2018
13:45
A PE of 169 - not what I call a steal. There are fast growing tech stocks with a PE much smaller than this. Yes - they will go bankrupt. They spend more taking the gold out the ground than they sell it for. Thus, how can they fund the $70+m to build a new mine when SG is depleted? And any more gold from SG is unlikely to be mined cheaper that the last lot.
augustusgloop
16/5/2018
13:03
At these prices OMI is a steal. Junior miners invariably get battered when the gold price is low and they recover spectacularly as the gold price rises. If you look at the volume of trading for OMI it has been much higher than normal this month suggesting that we’re approaching a selling climax or capitulation. FWIW I see this as an opportunity, here’s why... Yes, AISC is relatively high compared to the current POG but operationally the company will pull back to ride out the temporary lull. This is a cyclical business - In August 2016, less than two years ago we were over 20p and we had nothing to show in Colombia. At that time the POG was between $1,350 and $1,360 whilst today it is $70 - $80 lower. Will OMI go bankrupt at these prices? Unlikely. Can OMI ride out the next 12 months? I’m betting they can and I’ve doubled my holding at under 4.5p on the basis that by this time next year we’ll be trading near to 10p and I’ll have offloaded this week’s purchases for about double what I paid and leaving a reasonable holding to benefit from the run back to 20p thereafter. If it comes to pass my luck will have me looking like a genius. If it doesn’t then I’ll take whatever consequences follow. Best of luck to all holders.
the priest
16/5/2018
10:28
Wake me up when it gets to 0.2p - I may take a punt.
augustusgloop
11/5/2018
10:25
And another 250,000 buy yesterday. Someone is confident.
s0lis
10/5/2018
10:16
A bit of confidence there - 2 x 250,000 buys at 4.5p
s0lis
09/5/2018
11:22
Yes they are undergoing pain in the near term due to disappointing returns from SG UG in the past quarter, but the new underground project Veta A could turn things around and offers a promising return for investors buying in low. The question I guess then is what is low enough to keep the risk of capital loss acceptable.
romeike
09/5/2018
10:04
rhuvaal2 just think how much better your basket of metal stocks would have done if you had excluded the obvious scams like OMI. I take it that the successful components of that basket - spend less on taking the metal out of the ground than they get for selling it. Perhaps you should apply that concept to all of your portfolio.
augustusgloop
08/5/2018
11:49
augustus' ~ you may even have your wish that OMI drops to zero.... you have tried long and hard enough: but where are you making mouth-watering profits ? I have a basket of metal stocks and have averaged out well enough.
rhuvaal2
08/5/2018
11:19
Slowly but surely they OMI price edges towards the true value for a company that spends more on taking gold out of the ground than it receives for selling that gold. 570,000 ounces removed from SG - not a penny of profit for shareholders. What sort of a business plan is that? And SG was the BEST asset!
augustusgloop
03/5/2018
13:38
quite right wally ~ some people are permanently negative. Here, we just can't foretell the future. Share price could jump or fall for no apparent reason once insiders have some information.
rhuvaal2
03/5/2018
13:01
there are at least 3 - 4 minnows too, though I can't be bothered to update you with them, since you will not change your mind. Lets just wait a month or so and see where we are
wallywoo
03/5/2018
12:18
Continental don't count. I was talking about minnows - not companies with $420 million of shareholder capital (2016). They had spent over $250m on the assets (perhaps much more) - OMI would be unable to spend another $5m.
augustusgloop
03/5/2018
11:35
I have: and oh yeh, it is next door to OMI's 200 Sq Km licence! HTTP://www.mining.com/continental-surges-33-securing-134m-colombia-gold-mine/ and at least 3-4 others in the mid-cauca belt over the last few years. Need I go on?
wallywoo
03/5/2018
11:25
"Colombia could find another huge resource in this new site (results due in a week or 2), find a partner with big pockets and OMI then have to money to keep Uruguay ticking along. share price could easily 10-20 bag." -------------- When was the last time that you saw that? I have never seen it. The big boys usually wait until the resource is proved up (at a cost of $10+ million) and then buy out the minnow at LESS than was spent proving the resource. During the proving up period, the minnow's share price get blown to bits by the continued placings to fund overheads and resource verification -- always a bad deal for shareholders.
augustusgloop
03/5/2018
10:46
jailbird, the LOM / reserves has been 2-3 years for at least the last 10 years in Uruguay. I believe 2 things could happen here. Colombia could fizzle out, and Uruguay could use up all the reserves over the next few years with little money in the bank to extend or: Colombia could find another huge resource in this new site (results due in a week or 2), find a partner with big pockets and OMI then have to money to keep Uruguay ticking along. share price could easily 10-20 bag. You pay your money you make your choice. Lets wait and see
wallywoo
02/5/2018
18:50
He seriously needs to get laid.
beeks of arabia
02/5/2018
18:24
Richgit, I say this respectfully. 1 ) Have you heard of verbal diarrhoea? 2 ) Do you expect Gold to hit the fantastic highs you repeat regularly will happen in your life time so you can make money out of OMI( considering the LOM).
jailbird
02/5/2018
16:52
I for one visit this bb to read about Orosur Mining ~ ~
rhuvaal2
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