Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ovoca Gold LSE:OVG London Ordinary Share IE00B4XVDC01 EUR0.125
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.625p 8.50p 8.75p 8.625p 8.625p 8.625p 0 07:47:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.8 -1.0 - 7.54

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/8/2016
09:48
I feel that these small companies are only at the start of their journey. IMO
hazl
03/8/2016
09:47
what a shame MRF! You have missed out on the rises. Ah well Better luck next time.
hazl
03/8/2016
09:38
Hazl i sold
my retirement fund
03/8/2016
08:06
is it my imagination or are the small companies getting attention now?
hazl
02/8/2016
09:23
ah there it is on ISDX
hazl
02/8/2016
09:07
This one still has the odd mark up perhaps a trade behind the scenes....? IMO
hazl
01/8/2016
13:43
OVG Holding up well. IMO
hazl
28/7/2016
09:26
You either love it or hate it it seems. You can imagine which camp I am in! OVG.
hazl
27/7/2016
13:44
Weaker durable gooods data over in US! Watch gold fly. IMO
hazl
25/7/2016
09:32
There definitely seems a bit more interest behind the scenes here. imo
hazl
20/7/2016
12:37
hmm large trades
hazl
20/7/2016
08:40
The date of consolidation was 15 01 2010 and the price then went on up after that to 30 so was good for some. If you invested back in 2006 then I think that things have moved on since then so don't know what you're on about. Sectors fortunes change look at oil would you expect people in that sector not to have realised they should have got out when it was at its height? People somehow don't its true. Sell a share when you are pleased with it is probably best. But then what do I know? As I have said before I am not saying this company is wonderful it is just one of a few,that I have that has survived a down turn, has gold and assets, is at a low price and I am willing to give it a chance. It is upto each individual to make their own decisions. Most important of all we are at the mercy of the gold price! IMO IMO
hazl
20/7/2016
07:08
That 250000 trade explains why it was up yesterday I guess. IMO
hazl
20/7/2016
07:07
mbthedude don't worry about me ...am already in profit here and have a few goldies scattered about! We all do things are our own way but thanks for your concern.
hazl
20/7/2016
07:04
hey look at that large trade!
hazl
20/7/2016
03:28
hazl 16 Jul'16 - 10:14 - 6436 of 6446 0 0 "I am a bit fed up with people trying to single out this company as being different to any of the exploration companies in the same league! Back in the day it rose as the rest of the gold exploration companies did and was 30p back in 2011. That would have been the time to take profit." You are still wearing rose tinted glasses hazl, sometimes you have to admit you have invested in the wrong company and if you had listened to the people who have already got the t-shirt on this company before you may think differently. It only ever reached 30p because they had done a 6 for 1 consolidation when it real terms it was still worth 5 pence from the point of view of someone invested in 2006. Consider now that on that basis the company is trading at 6p or again in comparison 1p on a 2006 basis. It never rose along with Gold or silver even though the Goltsovoye deposit was a massive silver play. All of these plain simple facts tell you all you need to know about why this has never gone anywhere except down in value.
mbthedude
19/7/2016
07:27
Thursday is perhaps important from a general point of view.......... various policy decisions going on that may affect the gold price....wait and see mode as usual.imo
hazl
17/7/2016
10:42
Lastly I will say,what is it investors hate most of all?.......... Share placings! How many have OVG had? The last one I could find was in 2008 at a premium to the price at the time! http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/ovoca-gold-OVG/share-news/Equity-Placing/28056196 Compare that to GKP for example where investors get more and more diluted. Enough said,as far as I'm concerned. IMO
hazl
16/7/2016
16:01
http://www.mining-journal.com/tables-editorial/new-listing-top-of-the-pile/ a mention. I am pleased to see that SF Peterhouse have 4.3% OVG at date April 2016 alongside various gold and silver shares. https://www.trustnet.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=GLFG1&univ=U Every share has its risks particularly mining shares,so I am not making out that this is risk-free.Rather trying to point it is much like any gold mining company of its calibre. Would S F Peterhouse Smaller Companies have invested in them if they didn't think there was a chance of success? IMO
hazl
16/7/2016
15:16
You must have some agenda to keep posting. Comparing 2006 to now when the gold price is where it is is clearly ludicrous. You sure have a lot of time to waste as you seem to enjoy posting here.Yet have no shares? IMO OVG VALUE ' Ovoca (LON:OVG) announced it has net assets of $23.1 million, which includes cash and cash equivalents of $7.3 million as of 31 December 2015. HIGHLIGHTS OF 2015: - Ongoing search for new assets and business opportunities. - Ovoca Gold continues the litigation process connected to LLC Taymura debt. Taymura has been declared bankrupt; procedure of bankruptcy proceedings has been entered. Ovoca is the main creditor of LLC Taymura. - In two transactions in October 2015, Ovoca's CEO Kirill Golovanov acquired 16,256,203 ordinary shares of the Company, or 18.4% of Ovoca's issued share capital. - Ovoca purchased 5,800,000 ordinary shares in the issued share capital of the Company. To date since the beginning of the Company's share buyback programme, Ovoca has acquired 8.45% of its own share capital under the approved share buyback programme. The Company now has a total of 81,563,806 Ordinary Shares in issue excluding treasury shares and 6,895,000 Ordinary Shares. LETTER FROM THE CEO "In 2015 we continued our drive to settle the situation with LLC Taymura, an oil and gas company with high prospects in Siberia. "In addition to that corporate issue, the recent improvement in market sentiment for precious metals has meant our investments there have increased in value, thus bolstering Ovoca's balance sheet. "Additionally, there are new opportunities for the company to realize value for its Stakhanovsky license with gold prices up significantly from the end of 2015. "Throughout 2015 we ensured that the Stakhanovsky license remained in good standing with the relevant authorities, although no field work was conducted. "We continue to maintain the Stakhanovsky license and search for project partners. "Ovoca purchased 5,800,000 ordinary shares in the issued share capital of the Company last year. "To date, Ovoca has acquired 8.45% of its own share capital under the approved share buyback programme which was approved by shareholders in October 2014. "As our shares are trading at a discount to the cash and cash equivalents on our balance sheet, these buybacks are value accretive to shareholders HIGHLIGHTS OF 2015: - Ongoing search for new assets and business opportunities. - Ovoca Gold continues the litigation process connected to LLC Taymura debt. Taymura has been declared bankrupt; procedure of bankruptcy proceedings has been entered. Ovoca is the main creditor of LLC Taymura. - In two transactions in October 2015, Ovoca's CEO Kirill Golovanov acquired 16,256,203 ordinary shares of the Company, or 18.4% of Ovoca's issued share capital. - Ovoca purchased 5,800,000 ordinary shares in the issued share capital of the Company. To date since the beginning of the Company's share buyback programme, Ovoca has acquired 8.45% of its own share capital under the approved share buyback programme. The Company now has a total of 81,563,806 Ordinary Shares in issue excluding treasury shares and 6,895,000 Ordinary Shares. "Assets prices in Russia remain high despite the fall in the Russian Ruble, and there are few projects outside the country where we can add value with minimal risk. However, we continue to look at opportunities. "Briefly about LLC Taymura: in 2015 Ovoca became the initiator of bankruptcy proceedings of LLC Taymura, an oil and gas production company located in Eastern Siberia, Russia which was an acquisition target of ours, together with another exploration project, ETEK, for a potential joint venture. "Ovoca is the main creditor of LLC Taymura. The court's decision about the external monitoring procedure for LLC Taymura was issued in September 2015, and while the bankruptcy process is slow, Ovoca has a very good chance to recover at least some of its lent funds. "I would note here that this receivable was impaired by Ovoca in 2014 and 2015, but we continue to participate in litigation proceedings."' http://shares.telegraph.co.uk/news/article.php?id=5369530&epic=GRL
hazl
16/7/2016
15:15
hazl, Carry on living in cloud cookooland. Just read the original post at the top of this thread. "Interesting valuation on OVG post MickinVest - 7 Dec'10 - 08:37 - 5532 of 5537 $55.4m in cash and investments at close of play Friday. This does not include the $12.5m (Edit $14.5m) paid for the gold mine assets and the HUI was 565 and now 590 which would see the gold investments up $1m. There is also the sale of Norplat for $1m due early next year if all goes ahead which would bring things to a nice round $70m and just over 50p a share. Mick" ------------------------------- How much of that is left now? Then workout how much went to the directors for the purchase of the properties from them. In the meantime nothing but destruction of shareholder wealth. LOTM
last of the mohicans
16/7/2016
12:35
CLEARLY you are still living in the past. You disregard the assets that it does have. The research that I have done above just shows me that it was activist investors that hoped to get something out of Ovoca and perhaps Ovoca didn't want to give up their company. I have read about the oil and gas idea,though I personally would rather stick with gold plays myself. Anyway the answer is simple if you don't like the company,you don't have to invest! IMO
hazl
16/7/2016
12:27
Ovoca is one of the greatest con jobs on the aim - how they get away with it is beyond me - regulator doesn't give a fu*k about investors.
limajane
16/7/2016
11:04
hazl "growth mining company" That's you're view. Not what the company is. Over the years its been aimed at many different things. It only changed to looking for gold once the silver deposit was sold to polymetal, for a fraction of its true worth. So you're the one who needs to get real. Since then the value of the company has just dropped and dropped, the gold property's they've bought from the directors have been sold on at a loss when you take purchase price, exploration expenditure etc etc into account. They are by the way looking at oil & gas projects, if you read all the announcements in detail. LOTM
last of the mohicans
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