Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Solgold Plc LSE:SOLG London Ordinary Share GB00B0WD0R35 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.20 -10.67% 26.80 1,824,040 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
26.75 27.10 29.80 26.55 29.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -7.25 -0.39 615
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:26:17 O 449 26.80 GBX

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Solgold Daily Update: Solgold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SOLG. The last closing price for Solgold was 30p.
Solgold Plc has a 4 week average price of 24.20p and a 12 week average price of 24.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 43.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.82p.
There are currently 2,293,816,432 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,195,501 shares. The market capitalisation of Solgold Plc is £614,742,803.78.
tibszol1: Yes, it may well be the case that some entity will. and imho that entity will be a Chinese entity, come along with a TO offer. What will follow will be a battle royal for control of Solgold, with their potentially enormous assets, no serious player in the commodities field can afford to stay on the sidelines. What I am confident about is that the share price of Solgold will be many times higher than it currently is. The only downside to this scenario is that it is unlikely to unfold for a couple of years or more, and this is where patience will be an absolutely required virtue. I am happy to fiddle about with my other speculative investments and if and when appropriate, I will add to my Solgold holdings.
lowtrawler: RP You seem to think that the new Board have planned to deliver a lot of the things on your list. In reality, they were backed into a corner. They needed to: Acknowledge that NMs position was untenable after the near disastrous AGM end last year and so had to be replaced. Improve Corporate Governance to avoid future repeats of the AGM. Have strong ESG credentials in what is probably the most ESG focused country in the Americas Defer to the major shareholders to avoid future AGM style incidents, probably doing so at the expense of Private Investors. Adapt the Alpala mine plan after the original approach was not economically viable. Put the myriad projects out for JV after it became obvious they could not afford to work the licenses and so risked losing them. Put out a cashbox placing because they had no other way to raise finance. The cosying up to CGP is a recognition that financially they need to monetise Cascabel and CGP were standing in the way of achieving that outcome. If they had produced an economically viable PFS for Alpala last year, I have no doubt Nick would still be at the helm and they would likely already have monetised Alpala. The proceeds would have allowed rapid development of Porvenir and Rio and the share price would have been far above present levels. The Board are trying to remediate the fact that Alpala was not economically viable based on their original strategy and are now trying to triage the situation through Tandayama and a revised mine plan. 9 months ago, the PFS was imminent, Porvenir drilling indicated success and the share price was over 40p with probably more to come from Rio. The Company have moved backwards because of their failure to deliver on Alpala. The current Board oversaw that failure and have not been held accountable. Nick has been the sole sacrifice and even he is still present. I suspect SOLG will become successful despite their failures. Tandayama appears to have rescued Cascabel and so it is likely Cascabel can be successfully monetised enabling the success of Porvenir, Rio and probably other sites.
mirabeau: Thanks to coldcut on LSE - -------- ''Warren Irwin on CGP-SOLGToday 00:00 Perhaps worth taking a listen to the Cambridge House 30-5-2021 webinar at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnaxkWgs5dk. This is a very long podcast (just over 3 hours), in which Irwin is featured from c. 51 minutes to c. 1hr:28, and specifically on CGP-SOLG from about 1hr:11:48. Despite referring to SOLG as having "hair on the name" and the "problem child of the Cu space", he is quite measured and positive in his comments, now that management problems are "getting sorted", SOLG and CGP are working better together, and in anticipation of appointment of a new CEO in the next few months. Amongst other interesting comments and insights, on copper, nuclear energy and Greenpeace for example, he makes specific reference to the c. $1B combined value of the CGP-SOLG package which, in his view, will be wanted by the "majors" and the Chinese. More specifically, he notes (c. 1hr:12:21) that the package "will get sold over the near term". That remark, coming from the 3rd largest shareholder in CGP, at about 10%, is worth noting in my view and may help to explain why the CGP share price has risen so markedly in the last week or so - up Cdn$0.42 to Cdn$4.79, or 9.6%, today alone. Something might well be brewing in the background. He offers comments on various other issues. He is positive about SOLG's various "advanced projects"; considers that 0.3% Cu grades are too low for a start up operation, though sustainable for an established mining operation; and that good jurisdiction, grade and scale are key parameters to bear in mind when selecting investment options in the copper space. DYOR and draw your own conclusions.''
tibszol1: BT Yes indeed, a bid may well be made within the next 6-12 months,who knows! a bid might just as well suddenly appear next week, it`s all guesswork. If a bid does appear it will be in the hands of shareholders to decide the fate of Solgold. For my part, even if an offer at twice or even thrice Solgolds current share price were made, I would vote against it, as I hope most shareholders would. Solgold`s potential over the next few years is difficult, at this point in time,to properly assess. I feel that potential is enormous and thus any likely bid at this time could not even remotely adequately reflect that potential.
tibszol1: Interesting to note that a number of Solgold posters are also Helium One posters, I assume they have an interest, as do I, in Helium One. To my mind, the essential difference between the two companies is that Helium One is currently highly speculative, whereas Solgold is a virtual certainty, it`s just a matter of time.Both companies have an enormous potential, Solgold will probably require six years to fulfill that potential, Helium One will only take two years. I rate Helium One as a fifty fifty shot, either they find helium in commercial viable amounts in a very particular geological structure, large traps with a good seal, asking a lot, or not, in which case the shares will collapse. Solgold on the other hand, we know pretty much exactly what we have,hundreds of billions of dollars worth of metals in the ground, just need to figure out how to get it out of the ground and to finance that operation. Both companies, if they get it right, will over the next few years be worth many times what they are currently, with a share price at least 10x their current level. Everyone hold tight, it`s going to be a very interesting ride over the next couple of years.
bogotatrader: Updated Research Note out today from Red Cloud Securities - Valuation summary below Valuation: We are maintaining our BUY rating and our C$1.90 target. SolGold remains significantly undervalued at its current share price. We value the company at C$5.39 on NAV basis, while it currently trades at 0.09x P/NAV versus exploration and developer peers at 0.61x. We believe these excellent drill results at TAM are expected to help bolster the company’s share price, especially as additional drill rigs come online. Upcoming Catalysts: 1) Drill results from holes 8-10 at TAM (ongoing); and 2) Additional drill rigs to come online (2021); 3) Maiden Mineral Resource Estimate (2021)
michaelfenton: SOLG share price being manipulated again to allow big boys to buy. Good news does not take us up but rather is used in a fishy manner. The vultures must be hovering and hoovering up? share price is too low.
p@: SolGold PLC Cascabel Exploration Update SOLG +0.00% UK Regulatory (RNS & others) - Today @ 07:00 The Board of SolGold (LSE & TSX: SOLG) is pleased to provide an update on its Tandayama-America ("TAM") Porphyry Copper-Gold target which lies approximately 3km north of the Alpala Deposit that comprises 2,663 Mt at 0.53% CuEq in the Measured plus Indicated categories and contained metal content of 9.9 Mt Cu, 21.7 Moz Au and 92.2 Moz Ag ([1]) , at the Company's Cascabel Project, held by Exploraciones Novomining S.A ("ENSA"), an 85% owned subsidiary of SolGold https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/solgold-SOLG/share-news/SolGold-PLC-Cascabel-Exploration-Update/85185358
mrpiggy: Copper has hit $4.50/lb (so far) and Solg share price falls..... wtf?I think when copper settles again it will be nearer $5/lb. Even if the rising copper price doesn't rise the share price here what it does mean is that all the copper producing majors will be cash rich and cascabel will look very tantalising. I'm expecting a real significant share price re-rate here off the back of rising copper prices this year, in my opinion it will not go on another year!
mrpiggy: Copper dropped yesterday afternoon but nothing to warrant the share price fall... today’s share price drop is a bit of a mystery as the cu price has recovered. I would expect the share price to bounce back this afternoon but daily share price movements are not why most of us are here. Within the next couple of years copper is predicted to reach heights never seen before and holding shares in a company that sit on one of the world’s biggest Cu/Au deposits is a no brainier..... it’s just a question of how much we will all make, the brave my end up with life changing amounts.
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