Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Patagonia Gold LSE:PGD London Ordinary Share GB0003049409 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.05p +4.88% 1.075p 1.00p 1.15p 1.075p 1.025p 1.025p 594,671 13:43:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 24.3 1.8 0.1 14.2 16.74

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Patagonia Gold Daily Update: Patagonia Gold is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PGD. The last closing price for Patagonia Gold was 1.03p.
Patagonia Gold has a 4 week average price of 0.85p and a 12 week average price of 0.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.85p.
There are currently 1,556,918,389 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 558,939 shares. The market capitalisation of Patagonia Gold is £16,736,872.68.
lochlea: This time last year share price was over 3p. Has lost near 70% of its value since. In a year when prospects of production were bullish. Does this Company EVER deliver on projections??? Little wonder there's constantly a seller about. What Miguens had to say this time last year (somewhat misleadingly about a "smooth" transition of operations):- Carlos Miguens, Chairman commented : "We are pleased that the construction of the mine and plant at Cap-Oeste was completed within budget and on schedule, resulting in a smooth transition of operations from Lomada to Cap-Oeste. Our focus as we progress will be growth of the resource base and development of our projects."
goldguru2017: Kestrel Gold (TSX Venture Exchange symbol KGC.V) Please allow me to bring your attention to this low-market capitalisation, high potential gold/copper exploration company that has assets in the ‘Eye of the Storm’ – the White Gold Area in the Yukon, Canada. - Recently acquired acreage in one of Canadas most prolific gold areas – the ‘Eye of the Storm’ White Gold Area in the Tintina Gold Belt. - Easily accessible, excellent infrastructure, safe jurisdiction. - Sampling just finished, funded drilling programme about to commence - >100g/T Gold sample from Clear Creek – excellent potential - Peak values of 12,400 ppb Au from soil sampling on Val Jual - Relative low market cap – CDN$4.2 million - CEO with proven track record of growing public companies share price by multiples - Leading Canadian gold geologist, Jean Paulter, running drilling campaign - Nearby to discovered goldmines (Coffee, Golden Saddle) - Val Jual /10 Mile Creek acreage surrounded by active 2017 programs by other companies - Drilling news flow expected before year-end Please do your own research on the Company before investing. Thank you for your time.
investment dave: Bloody hell what's going on ? Hitting a profit for the first time and share price takes a hit?
hazl: I believe this is the time to pick up such companies when their share prices are just pennies with the forecast predicted. If they were already further on their share-price would clearly be higher already. Though to be in profit, after a loss last year, would've brought far more reaction on a different day I'm sure..
investment dave: Consistent and quite significant buying recently. Looks like this depressed share price cycle is about to turn for PGD!!!
robers98: Patagonia Gold on brink of production at Cap-Oeste 14:13 30 Aug 2016 The idea is to switch output to Cap Oeste from the current Lomada mine, where recent gold output has bettered expectations. News that Patagonia Gold plc (LON:PGD) is on track to start production at its flagship open pit mine at the Cap-Oeste in Argentina in September is the culmination of a long term operational goal at the firm. The idea is to switch output to Cap Oeste from the current Lomada mine, where recent gold output has bettered expectations, once the Cap Oeste construction is complete. Lomada has a stockpile until the end of 2017, when Cap -Oeste is expected to have reached a run rate of 67,000 oz per year The relevant authority has now approved the development at Cap Oeste and with all mobile equipment already on site, Patagonia is now targeting initial production next month (September). Broker Cantor Fitzgerald described this milestone as encouraging and repeated a recommendation for investors to buy the shares. Caps off to Cap Oeste Cap-Oeste lies on the El Tranquilo property, and on its own, holds 1.3 mln ounces of gold equivalent in the higher confidence indicated category, with a further 385,000 ounces inferred. A nearby deposit Cap-Oeste South East (COSE), adds 83,000 further gold equivalent ounces of indicated, with a further 16,000 ounces inferred. The pit design contains a total measured and indicated resource of 1.56 million tonnes (Mt) at 2.21 g/t gold and 80 g/t silver for a gold equivalent grade of 3.29 g/t The current plans for the simple heap leach project envisage a two-year mine life for output of around 82,000oz gold equivalent ounces, with the option to increase this to six years with the development of the two underground projects. Cap Oeste has been a stop-start project but in April, when the group revealed it had raised US$10mln via placing, the total cost of realising it was put at US$13.5mln, of which US$2.1mln had already been spent. Major shareholder and chairman Carlos Miguens put up half the cash via a subscription, while the rest came from an open offer. Cantor Fitzgerald upbeat on news Asa Bridle at Cantor Fitzgerald highlighted the Lomada result within today's statement. Leaching there following the end of mining in May this year, has delivered more gold than the company expected at 17,900 ounces against forecasts of 15,600 ounces and looked comfortable against the broker's full year expectations of 19,900 ounces. "In addition, with today’s gold price offering more encouragement, exploration and evaluation of additional resources at Cap Oeste and Lomada is also underway," said Bridle. What's it worth? Cantor's sum of the parts (SoP) valuation of the company with varying pricing methods generate valuations of 3p and 6p/share respectively against a current share price for the company of around 1.8p (up 10% on the day). Bridle notes however that if Patagonia can successfully establish production at Cap-Oeste and extend the life of the mine, it reckons valuations of around 6p are achievable in time. The firm has three distinct property blocks. Cap Oeste and COSE lie on the firm's El Tranquilo property, while Lomada is on the La Paloma site. It also has the La Manchuria project around 60km north northeast of Gobernador Gregores in the Santa Cruz Province. That hosts the Manchuria Main Zone gold and silver project. Patagonia Gold shares gained over 10.77% today, giving it a market cap of around £29mln.
lochlea: For me, because of PGD's long history for failing to deliver on promises, its credibility is currently very low (hence why buying pressure of PGD stock is non-existent) and PoG will only become a significant factor for PGD when it's eventually producing a healthy P&L account. PoG for PGD certainly isn't everything. Not as the Company stands at the moment. Far from it. PGD's share price is effectively back to where it was 6 months ago. During which time PoG has performed relatively well.
lochlea: Yeah, I guess almost as funny as PGD share price losing over 20% because of PoG.
lochlea: hazl Not sure I understand why you are re-gurgitating links & info already been made known on here about Uruguay. I am not convinced diversifying into Uruguay will improve the share price performance for quite some time (for hopefully obvious reasons). Below is counter food for thought from a long standing & significant holder of PGD stock that he posted onto another BB when the Uruguay deal was first announced:- "Good evening All Makes no sense that PGD already has a load of gold but no money to bring it to production – yet the company is looking to diversify and spend money which we do not have on new projects in Uruguay. Clearly the funds have to come from somewhere – so either the company will be further diluted by the issuance of yet more shares to raise the funds which would be financially crippling to existing shareholders at the current share price – or perhaps we will be selling off part of our existing portfolio or entering into some type of JV with a lump sum up front – possibly retaining some future share of production. Could another company in which the Concert Party investors are involved be looking to buy out some of PGD’s undeveloped gold plays – for some cash upfront to enable us to venture into Uruguay? Only a wild guess – but we have only heard a small part of the unfolding story. As things stand – we are looking to diversify yet we don’t have the money to do so – therefore impossible to reach any informed opinion on this until we are told the master plan."
combo83: I actually just figured out why PGD trails POG. It's almost entirely ETF-related trading as PGD is a holding in several major ETFs. e.g. the GDXJ junior gold ETF is weighted with 0.49% PGD: ETF Ticker Stock Weighting Market Vectors Junior Gold Miners ETF GDXJ 0.49 Market Vectors Latin America Small Cap ETF LATM 0.21 iShares MSCI EAFE Small Cap Index SCZ 0.01 Vanguard Total International Stock ETF VXUS 0.00 When there is bullish sentiment for gold, investors pile into the GDXJ ETF for example, which has a disproportionately large effect on the PGD share price given its relatively low market cap. This was particularly evident when the share price hit over half a billion pounds recently despite the company clearly having little to justify the premium. The good news is that this provides liquidity for PGD and allows shareholders to feel the benefits of a bullish gold market. The bad news is that (a) the vast majority of PGD buyers do not know they are buying PGD and likely know nothing about the company, and (b) if these ETFs revise their weightings and remove or downsize PGD, the decline in share price and liquidity here would be dramatic. Bottom line: PGD is massively overvalued and the share price is being propped up by blind purchases related to ETF-trading. Van Eck runs GDXJ, so PGD buys/sells by Van Eck should be viewed in that context rather than a vote of confidence in PGD itself. See here all imho, dyodd PS, take a look -- PGD vs GDXJ ETF
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