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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phoenix Global Resources Plc LSE:PGR London Ordinary Share GB00B7LHJ340 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.825 4.00 5.65 4.36 4.36 4.36 242,412 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 97.6 -101.7 -3.0 - 134

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/10/2013
12:18
Video here www.rferl.org/content/kyrgyzstan-kumtor-gold-nationalization/25129980.html
dontshootthemessenger
13/10/2013
12:17
Looks like serious problems. Not going to die down.
dontshootthemessenger
13/10/2013
12:03
http://www.rferl.org/content/kyrgyz-mine-protest/25133929.html At the end of the article. The Kyrgyz parliament is currently discussing a new, more lucrative deal with the mine's operator, Canada's Centerra Gold.
share_shark
13/10/2013
09:22
Mike111D is right to reflect on the issues on the ground, as that is exactly the reason why the share price is priced as it is. However, once they are resolved (shortly imo), any RNS to that affect, will see the share price marked up considerably. Basically, PGR is being priced for failure. With a market cap of only 1.5m and a £1m convertible loan note funding package in place, of which only £250k has been drawn down, there are no going concern issues and the potential resource remains unaffected. On that basis I happy to be a contrarian and wait for the re rating that I believe will come shortly. That said, differing opinions delivered in a respectful manner, are welcomed as they promote all to challenge their own opinions and invest accordingly.
howdlep
13/10/2013
03:08
Evening Netty. I am still following your Brainspark trading strategy. You know the one: 1 st tranch - 5000@ 10p 2nd 5000@ 8p 3 rd 5000@ 6p 4th 5000@ 3p
loverat
12/10/2013
23:12
Hey Mike & Ratty... great to see you 2 so close together, again. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iO4q2b7HlBI And I see, huge walls of trees, Huge walls of ice shelves It takes my breath away If everyone is falling on knees, I will almost die for this beauty
n3tleylucas
12/10/2013
21:14
GENISES I for one think you are right. I am starting to do a bit of research on Kyrgyzstan and politics in the country because this situation intrigues me. What is happening appears at odds with how the country seemed to be developing and shaping up for inward investment. I think there have also been other disturbances elsewhere. I would find it surprising if a strong and united government cannot resolve this speedily. However the two scenarios where this may drag on is if the government is very weak and divided perhaps with hardliners having some influence. An analogy perhaps somewhere like Lebanon and you sometimes find this in countries which experiment with democracy. Alternatively perhaps the government are behind this in some way (analogy being Uzbekistan). Anyway I suspect my research will rule out the latter scenario. It will be very interesting but I have feeling there will be a positive announcement soon, although whether that allows PGR to make up for lost time is another matter.
loverat
12/10/2013
20:52
Mike111d I cant see a country wanting/need inward investment being held to ransom by local mobs.This situation will be dealt with otherwise the country will see no investment in the mining sector.
genises
11/10/2013
20:38
Excuse me, I would happily buy back in when it was clear to me that the issues on the ground had been resolved but as long as they persist then this remains effectively mothballed and hence my statement Re the risk.
mike111d
11/10/2013
20:29
Price is on the floor anyway, the risk is very little to zero.
bankboy001
11/10/2013
18:12
Placing, Expropriation and Chart falling knife risk
whereareallthemugpuntersyachts
11/10/2013
17:15
Too much risk at present IMO.
mike111d
11/10/2013
12:53
interest building. It doesn't take many buyers to move this, particularly when sellers appear to be exhausted
howdlep
11/10/2013
08:58
a couple of buyers for the Contrarian Club, but not sure they have paid me their membership fee. Please note, I will be watching ISDX!
howdlep
11/10/2013
07:27
an early tickup. Time to be a contrarian....
howdlep
11/10/2013
06:20
A good post Loverat. We are all responsible for our own investments and actions and need to be satisfied by our own research. At current levels, PGR satisfies my own personal risk/reward criteria, although this one is not one for widows and orphans. It is however, very tradeable and despite the problem re local gangs, I am sure the government will want to encourage investment as it benefits all. The potential resource is unaffected by short term problems on the ground. It is just you are able to invest much cheaper now. The real profit is made in the waiting. I wish everyone the best with their investments.
howdlep
11/10/2013
05:57
If you had a penny for each word you post you'd have double your current portfolio
dontshootthemessenger
11/10/2013
04:50
One final thing I would say. It is far easier sitting on the sidelines posting negatively on hundreds of threads and then with multi handled posts saying you were right all along with the benefit of hindsight. It is very sad really and many posters are guilty of this dishonest practice. The real investors and traders are those who research their stocks but adapt their strategy to each situation. By being open to the risks but knowing the charts and the share price movement you can make money even if these companies subsequently fail. Invariably you will get caught in a few stocks which issue bad news but that is the risk/reward. As time goes on and with experience there should be less of these situations and more successes. As they say, the posters who make the most money are those who focus and don't brag about it too much or gloat at the losses of others. Judging by the incredible noise here and people claiming they were right along I would suggest that seasoned investors and traders make a note of their names and give them a wide berth in future.
loverat
11/10/2013
04:16
I think the market multi handled mainipulators, assorted derampers and the gloaters are quite wrong. It is not a question of being right or wrong about investing here. This was a promising opportunity where there were some limited oportunities to bank a 100% profit. Some did. As an investment, this did have a sound case albeit with big risk but there was no indication anything like this was expected. All part of the risk/reward. The one negative for me was Lansted so I banked some profits on the spike and reinvested. With the latest announcement, I saw the possibility of no news for a significant period and further drift in the price so sold for a loss. By the way, for traders on the day of the last news there was a brief opportunity to buy these at 0.12p and sell them a few hours later for 0.17p. Therefore some people have made money here which is what investing/trading is all about.
loverat
10/10/2013
22:20
I wonder if PGR is now oversold? I feel sorry for those who have been here from a lot higher level - hopefully over time the share price may recover somewhat.. (CCE not done too bad from 1p to 6p so I wish the posters concentrated on the merits of the share and not the merits of the posters!)
knigel
10/10/2013
15:31
You were on Topinfo's thread so don't be all innocent when you were pumping on that thread
dontshootthemessenger
10/10/2013
15:25
Ps . Your blaming me for a pump and dump and have stated im working with top info which is totally untrue.
oilbuy
10/10/2013
15:21
Well im also annoyed and further more as I have already said the information came from RNS. So please explain to me the issue with copy paste from RNS. Your issue is with FSA or the company not me. Oilbuy
oilbuy
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