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OMI Orosur Mining Inc

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06 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Orosur Mining Inc LSE:OMI London Ordinary Share CA6871961059 COM SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.95 385,074 07:47:50
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.90 3.00 2.95 2.95 2.95
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores USD 189k USD -1.79M USD -0.0095 -6.32 11.31M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:21:17 O 8 3.00 GBX

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Posted at 06/12/2023 08:20 by Orosur Mining Daily Update
Orosur Mining Inc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMI. The last closing price for Orosur Mining was 2.95p.
Orosur Mining currently has 188,560,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Orosur Mining is £11,313,600.
Orosur Mining has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.32.
This morning OMI shares opened at 2.95p
Posted at 28/6/2023 10:42 by arlington chetwynd talbott
I suppose that what I am saying is that when Anza got put on care and maintenance, OMI, if it was not for these other projects, could effectively have been put on care and maintenance to preserve shareholder value for better times.
Posted at 11/5/2023 10:28 by freefall3
Ha he clearly knows OMI is at the end of the road and his golden goose is slowly dying. Brad had OMI earmarked to provide him a pension now he must be gutted but at least he didn't invest his hard earned cash in it.
Posted at 10/5/2023 08:44 by vickiitwo2
Wowee! such faith. If 3 directors cant put 10k between them into their company why should anyone one else. This isnt going to rescue a collapse in share price, quite the contrary
Posted at 04/5/2023 07:09 by arlington chetwynd talbott
That would see it back at my purchase price. The share price has certainly been trying to warn us about this for a while. Well done those who got fully out while the going was good - I got just over a third out when I had a selling spree at 18p.
Posted at 01/4/2023 08:48 by mrpiggy
Good morning Ben, watched your YouTube blog, very informative thanks!
Ive had Orosur on my radar for the last few months.
Tried a limit buy yesterday which should have gone through on the last share price fall but didnt for whatever reason, i will try again Monday.
Plenty of upside for OMI, the downside is that the JV partners MAY hold back news till it suits them and also manipulate OMIs share price just like what is happening with GGP.
Will the share price fall lower?
Possibly but my hunch is not much lower.
Can investors make money buying at this level, almost certainly in my opinion.
Posted at 17/1/2023 09:57 by rivaldo
Yep, great to see the $2m coming in to OMI and everything progressing smoothly.

Nice summary elsewhere from Portfolio Power:

"Further news flow expected over coming weeks

A reminder

>> Assay results from Argentina (expected this month)
>> Re-Assay results from Pepas, Colombia
>> Fieldwork results from Brazil expected this month)
>> $2m contractual payment to OMI (conformation can land anytime now and will see is with a very healthy 5m cash considering Newmont/agncop are paying all.cost of exploration at ANZA so no need to raise funds for quite some time.
>> Confirmation of the next $20m drill commitment (all free carried to OMI.)
>> Additional drill plans/targets & Spend commitments to come in from Agnico & Newmont.
>> Formalisation of the NEW Joint Venture Company
>> Details of phase 3 agreements + further cash commitments from Agnico/Newmont up to further $60-$80m incoming ar that stage on route to proving up a multi billion dollar Tier 1 resource.

Present market cap just 17m"
Posted at 07/9/2022 08:20 by mufprat
I was fortunate to be invested in GGP when they returned their first drill results. Whilst the initial reaction was quite dramatic the share price didn't really get going for quite some time. The CEO at the time commented more than once he was surprised at the lack of investor interest in what were outstanding results with the potential to be a world class resource. I mention this as I suspect it could take some time for the significance of OMI's Pepas drill results yesterday to sink in. These are the first drill results from Pepas and are in addition to the Apta prospect, which also returned excellent results. Currently OMI now have two prospects 12km apart both of which are potentially production grade. Additionally it would seem certain that the JV partners will now move to Phase2.It's also worth mentioning OMI's low market cap (£30M) and small share float. The share price could easily multibag on continued good results and confirmation of JV participation.Personally, I have no intention of selling any time soon.
Posted at 23/8/2022 08:49 by rivaldo
The LSE bb is extremely busy and is presumably where a lot of the buying is coming from. The excitement is primarily based around speculation of confirmation of phase 2 drilling being announced soon.

There's some good summaries there, for example this from PortfolioPower:

"The share price has only risen since the webinar was first announced last week, and continues to be advertised on this LSE platform as it has been for the past few days.

Looks like the webinar is starting to attract the attention of the wider markets (a variety of new posters and a busier bb as a result) and given this will be signalling the end to the recent news blackout and the hotly anticipated updates from our Majors.

More accurately, the share price continued to rise today since the early morning RNS.

As someone noted previously, it's good to see these steady risers and no doubt momentum will continue alongside small profit takers all the way through the coming weeks as each update is released to market.

Consolidation is extremely healthy for the share price with all genuine major risers.

We witnessed OMI do a similar steady rise through August 2020 ahead of the big RNS that then saw the share price leap vertical.

I'm sure all holders would happily see a similar scenario and the company is in a far stronger position now.

Worth taking a reminder at the impact confirmation of phase 2 works commencing with their JV global major had over at GGP, followed up by their subsequent regular drilling news updates.

GGP was about 1.8p when they announced commencement of their phase 2.

They then went on to see a 20 x bagger return at one stage as the acceleration of drilling took place and more rigs were added in the run up to their Maiden MRE.

If everything lines up and we are moving from what was at one stage for a long period of time here at OMI just one rig to now progressing to 3-4 Rigs on site and the potential for this to increase further. All bets are off as to what level this could run up to.

Certainly wouldn't be ruling out a potential re test of previous highs of c.40p last seen in 2021 as a starter on Phase 2 confirmation combined with some juicy exploration updates."
Posted at 20/2/2022 19:53 by overdale123
At least this is a decent debate, not moronic mutterings of loverly. I do not deny that as a LTH of more than 10 years that I want the share price to grow to match the company's strength and ambition. This is my interpretation of the last decade or so. UGY /OMI touched 97p 2012/13. As small cap explorers fell out of favour the share price drifted down, stalling around 40p, stalling again around 20p then falling to sub 2p before rising to around 5p. All this happened without any earth shattering changes to the basic setup. Then a couple of years ago, two majors got involved and the share price rocketed to mid 40p's. Since then the share price has again drifted down with some peaks and troughs. Recently there have been bold JV moves. Promised and expected positive news re drilling and assays is yet to emerge. I see nothing in any of this that prevents me from saying again that we are much stronger than 10 years ago. Gla.
Posted at 10/2/2022 12:05 by fant1
Stretford1964 it's fine if you want to copy my posts, you just need to copy my investments and you might make some money. I will now leave you to nurse today's omi share price drop.
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