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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Patagonia Gold Plc LSE:PGD London Ordinary Share GB00BF5B8R55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 31.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.7 -19.6 -68.3 - 483

Patagonia Gold Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/2/2019
11:15
You haven't held Patty for as long as some then!
steeplejack
19/2/2019
09:21
Wasn't there a buy-out clause of 4.5p (£4.50) connected to some distant fundraising activity & when we first heard officially of the Concert Party? Is that redundant now? Was it time limited (I seem to recall). Or am I just day dreaming??
lochlea
19/2/2019
09:10
Umm...I think you’re suggesting that the management might give the existing shareholders a bit of dosh for their stock.Doesnt always work like that.The big shareholders pass a resolution,normally requiring 75%,and the company goes private.There’s then cancellation of stock and smaller holders could get nought. To put it in context.Many years ago Marconi (GEC) saw a sharp fall in the price from near £15 to next to nothing.The company decided on a massive subdivision so the price didn’t look ridiculous but the upshot was that if you once held 559 shares,now you only held 1 share (sound familiar) but then Marconi decided to disenfranchise holders with less than 3 shares albeit that those very same shareholders had paid ten of thousands for stock pre the collapse when the shares were up near £15.Don’t expect any favours when a company’s on the ropes,even a once mighty GEC will do you no favours let alone an outfit like Patagonia Gold..which has arguably pulled the wool over shareholders eyes for years.
steeplejack
19/2/2019
09:04
Must confess, I was getting increasingly suspicious why they hadn't replaced the longstanding COO. Now effectively a full-time management team of ONE (excluding the interim finance guy). 16 years of consistently taking one step forward then four backwards since they launched on AIM!!
lochlea
19/2/2019
08:51
Ok thanks but there wouldn't be any market to trade and therefore no public shareholders left would there ? So that would mean a management buy out?
kirk 6
19/2/2019
08:40
Well that is disappointing!!What does it mean for existing shareholders if it goes private?
kirk 6
19/2/2019
08:39
Unmitigated disaster and has been for years.Mañana Mañana and finally it looks like the whole shebang will probably be taken private other than the company has only survived by milking AIM investors now and then.Its ironic that as the price of gold now climbs above 1300 dollars,this outfit pulls stumps.Of course,all those stock options awarded over the years will be worthless if they do delist.Dear oh dear.
steeplejack
19/2/2019
08:37
lochlea, vertical is only $5 at the time of writing. Steady on.
doobydave
19/2/2019
08:35
Oh my goodness. Where are Karlos 2000 and Square1 now, I wonder?
doobydave
19/2/2019
08:30
PoG going vertical today........ typical of our luck here!!
lochlea
19/2/2019
08:29
Yes, that now looks a distinct possibility G. Surprised about Cap O. That has been a bit of a white elephant. Misleading one too when you read back to all the bull published RNSs about it.
lochlea
19/2/2019
07:49
oh dear. A concert party buyout just before Calcatreu news hits, looks to be on the cards. Miguens taking it private has always been a possibility.
gsg
15/2/2019
11:07
Surely must be due some form of update on Calcatreu soon? Been over 4 months since drilling started. Still not got a COO in place yet. Company website looks a tad dated and needs updating. Shows only one single permanent member of the management team. And one interim. Not quite one man & his dog. Far cry from days gone. Mind you, that might be no bad thing.
lochlea
13/2/2019
16:20
eblitz. Click on a posters name and you'll see a drop down. From the drop down menu click on 'Send Message'.
gsg
13/2/2019
16:07
Higgs Is that the premium service messaging board or is there another one
eblitz1
13/2/2019
15:49
No problem eblitz. Yes, I use L2 all the time on JLP. It has been very useful when timing purchases. There is private messaging service via advfn. I did send you a message last year, however I got no response. There are a few of us over on JLP who communicate that way.
gsg
13/2/2019
15:33
Thanks GsG Do you use this for JM and if so what is the situation there? Is there any way we can contact one another without using the boards as we seem to have much in common
eblitz1
13/2/2019
15:21
eblitz. For a monthly fee you can subscribe for the Level 2 market makers order book as supplied by the London Stock Exchange. It's not to much use to illiquid stock like PGD, however you can get an idea on what market makers are up to some of the time. I have a micky mouse version, and there are much more sophisticated versions as used by professionals and brokers. You can see from my previous post that there is the code of the mm's name, together with their normal market size and in the top column the price they are bidding for your shares. In the lower table is the price they will offer to buy your shares. I'm no expert on L2 but it helps me have an idea as to how a stock is behaving at times during the day. In the case of PGD it is pretty much useless as nothing much happens.lol If you click on the L2 tab on the top of the advfn page, they normally provide a live example of L2 in action. I hope that helps.
gsg
13/2/2019
15:18
This is a market maker driven stock not direct market access other than the usual intra day auctions.There is a 3000 buyer at 1.05 in the auction tho
kirk 6
13/2/2019
14:45
Hi GsG I am in here as well and LND and JM as you know, I do not understand your last post, I know it means buys and sells but can you explain more
eblitz1
13/2/2019
10:53
Level 2 order book Buy Orders 10:50 3,000 105.0000 10:50 230 105.0000 10:50 475 104.0000 09:00 CFEP 500 100.0000 07:30 WINS 500 95.0000 07:44 SCAP 500 95.0000 07:50 SING 500 95.0000 10:04 PEEL 500 95.0000 Sell Orders 110.0000 500 SCAP 07:44 110.0000 500 SING 07:50 110.0000 500 CFEP 07:51 110.0000 500 WINS 10:04 110.0000 500 PEEL 10:04
gsg
13/2/2019
08:24
It would be surprising imo if today's rns had any impact on the share price Small drill campaign with mediocre results. That's not to say it could not develop well with further drilling. The real game changer (for better or worse) for PGD will be the Calcatreu drill results. I would have thought they would have wrapped up the current drill campaign there by now.
gsg
13/2/2019
08:00
Looks positive let’s see what happens with such a tiny free float
kirk 6
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