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 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 37.7 -19.6 -68.3 - 483

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02/6/2019
18:06
And there was that time a couple of years ago when they raised funds for an underground mine at Cap-Oeste, and then said soon afterwards that the project wasn't viable and just spent all the money on salaries. That was a good one.
hl83
02/6/2019
09:38
Not exactly.....it simply confirms that I’m not alone in suffering a loss of approaching 100%! Towards the end I dodged the perennial placings.Nonetheless,in this last missive to the gullible,the company has the audacity to take a pop at the AIM markets failings to fulfill their capital needs.I presume they mean that they would have liked higher subscription prices so that shareholder losses were even more traumatic.Patagonia management are a total shower.Some years ago (when the price was around 70p in old money) the company sought to re jig the striking price on their options because,they claimed,these options had been awarded when the stock price was inflated by bid rumours.In the litigious world of the USA,class actions abound but the AIM market bumbles on regardless.
steeplejack
01/6/2019
15:23
I needed £10.50 to break even. Hopefully that makes others feel less bad about their holdings.
hl83
01/6/2019
07:43
Yes I understand your logic and I've had similar thoughts of trying to avoid crystallising a large loss.However,this company has had far too much of my attention over the years ever since it was hived out of Brancote.It might be worth pursuing the idea of accepting the bid and getting your TSX stock in certified form presuming that's still a possibility (which I doubt).Good luck.
steeplejack
31/5/2019
22:52
Steeple, Vanjee, thanks for the info re barclays/isa. I will have to look into it further. Steeple I appreciate your reasons for selling, if I could get anything worth having for my shares I would probably do the same. However with the loss I'm sitting on, selling even at the offered 35% premium would be pointless. And on the plus side there should be efficiencies from the synergy with HMX's nearby operations, and one can safely assume that the new entity will have better management than PGD has had in the past. Technical problems notwithstanding I will probably try and hold onto these, pending some more research into HMX. GLA
hl83
31/5/2019
21:49
I hold Patagonia with Barclays and I can assure you that they won’t facilitate the acceptance of TSX listed stock.They simply aren’t set up to do it.Transfer your holding to another broker?You could I suppose but it takes time and effort. I try to use local brokers in respective markets.Its cheaper and more efficient.I have a US domiciled broker to deal in the US for example.Yet,this doesn’t help when it comes to sorting the current conundrum of a U.K. listed stock being taken over by a foreign listed entity..Yet,it does focus the mind because the complications oblige you to decide whether you should hold onto the stock.Is Patty really going to nurture a flock of new devotees on the TSX.If Patagonia was such a cheap stock,then surely the anomalously low rating would have been identified by the cognoscenti long ago.Is a listing on the TSX going to change perception overnight.(Condor Gold thought as much but a recent listing on TSX has not yielded the desired results and in a global digital age,why would it).Sadly,for all its faults,I think the AIM market has correctly come to regard Patagonia Gold as a pretty unsound investment with a ruinously poor and unreliable track record.If a TSX listing can make a silk purse out of this sows ear,i’d be astounded.I have sold my stock today and taken my loss.I would like to think i’ll Learn from my errors but that’s about as likely as a Patty turning over a new leaf post a Canadian reincarnation.
steeplejack
31/5/2019
21:35
If you hold in an Isa then no. spoke to my broker have to wait for the Corporate action to see what can be done. Good luck to all.
vanjee69
31/5/2019
19:58
That is reassuring. Mine is Barclays, I got put through to the call centre in India and I probably didn't phrase the question clearly enough. I will try again to clarify but anyone who's broker cannot facilitate this could surely transfer their holding to one that does?
hl83
31/5/2019
19:28
IG and Plus both able to convert to Canadian stock exchanges
kirk 6
31/5/2019
16:12
I called my broker to see if I will be able to sell the new shares on TSX, but they said until the corporate action has been officially announced they can't say for certain. Has anyone else spoken to their broker about this? Steeple, if you don't mind saying, who is your broker?
hl83
31/5/2019
13:23
Just so there's absolutely no doubt...TRADING ON AIM WILL BE CANCELLED.Maybe your shares are held in a nominated broker account who is happy to facilitate the acceptance of new stock trading on the TSX.Many brokers won't facilitate such a switch,mine being one.In the not so distant past,I held Meridian Gold.They decided to dump their UK quote and retreat back to Aussie.The complications shafted UK shareholders in a similar fashion as will unfold for Patagonia's UK faithful."Prior to the Scheme becoming Effective, it is intended that an application will be made to the London Stock Exchange for admission of the Ordinary Shares to trading on AIM to be cancelled from or shortly after the Effective Date"
steeplejack
31/5/2019
11:55
So under the new corporation and management this could do very well then, with almost a minimum price of 72p equivalent for now (until transfer). Not bad!
kirk 6
31/5/2019
11:29
I interpret that as, the new enlarged entity trading on the TSX, will not carry the Hunt Mining name, however will be called Patagonia Gold Corp, with the ticker changing from HMX to PGDC.
gsg
31/5/2019
11:14
...... just couldn't quite get my head around if it included AIM as well as TSX....... ".....and trading in Hunt Shares is expected to resume following completion under the proposed new issuer name for the Combined Group of Patagonia Gold Corp. with symbol PGDC."
lochlea
31/5/2019
10:23
Hi lochlea. From my cursory read of the offer document, I took it that once the reverse takeover is complete, then we will own Hunt Mining shares which will trade on the TSX. I'll read it through in detail later to check.
gsg
31/5/2019
10:16
The good times would have come around for gold and then gold companies lochlea you have been boringly repetitive in the opposite way
hazl
31/5/2019
10:13
Morning G. Am I right in thinking we'll still be able to trade this stock on AIM under PGDC ticker?
lochlea
31/5/2019
08:46
hazl Did you really??? You've never mentioned before (apart for a good dozen times) FFS.
lochlea
31/5/2019
08:46
So it works out to be 72p
kirk 6
31/5/2019
08:25
I did well out of it before am disappointed at this outcome.
hazl
31/5/2019
07:50
So farewell Patty.Not a loss making investment that I will miss one jot.I see management has taken a passing shot at the inadequacies of the AIM market as it now savours the opportunity to dupe a fresh unsuspecting clutch of investors on TSX.Will they formulate a new set of unfulfilled forecasts that has been a perennial feature of their life on AIM.I suspect so.A quote attributed to Mark Twain seems apt as a parting salutation."A gold mine is a hole in the ground with a liar standing on top of it".
steeplejack
31/5/2019
06:27
14. Cancellation of admission to trading on AIM and re-registration On completion of the Offer, Patagonia Gold will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Hunt. Prior to the Scheme becoming Effective, it is intended that an application will be made to the London Stock Exchange for admission of the Ordinary Shares to trading on AIM to be cancelled from or shortly after the Effective Date. The last day of dealings in, and registration of transfers of, the Ordinary Shares (other than the registration of the transfer of the Scheme Shares to Hunt pursuant to the Scheme) on AIM is expected to be the Business Day in London immediately prior to the Effective Date and no transfers shall be registered after 6.00 p.m. on that date.On the Effective Date, share certificates in respect of Ordinary Shares will cease to be valid and entitlements to Ordinary Shares held within the CREST system will be cancelled or transferred. It is also intended that shortly after the Effective Date, Patagonia Gold will be re-registered as a private limited company under the relevant provisions of the Companies Act and, in due course, Hunt plans to transfer Patagonia Gold's operating subsidiaries to a Hunt subsidiary and dissolve or liquidate Patagonia Gold.Hunt will remain listed on the TSX-V following completion of the Offer and trading in Hunt Shares is expected to resume following completion under the proposed new issuer name for the Combined Group of Patagonia Gold Corp. with symbol PGDC.
steeplejack
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