Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ssl Intl. LSE:SSL London Ordinary Share GB0007981128 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,163.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 802.5 115.3 33.6 34.6 2,520.87

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2017
22:45
Hot Maden Q&A for those who haven't seen it... hTTps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jKkwgZWpAYA
jimbowen30
20/7/2017
22:19
Good interview with Nolan here: hTTp://www.bnn.ca/commodities/video/sandstorm-gold-ceo-on-potential-turkey-streaming-asset~1160346 Seeking alpha and stockwatch comments: https://seekingalpha.com/article/4086636-sandstorm-gold-bullish-hot-maden hTTps://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C:SSL-2485448&symbol=SSL&;region=C
jimbowen30
12/7/2017
13:31
Just checked my Transact accounts to see that SSL has paid out for MARL and more than doubled my existing holding in SSL shares, not SAND as I had been fearing. Brilliant job. A quick calc shows that my net take-out price for MARL was £1.05. And we still have Glen on board to develop Cote D'Ivoire and Argentina. Job done. :0))
shavian
10/7/2017
13:38
Shavian - thanks for sharing.
herbert howells
10/7/2017
06:28
Just had a very prompt response from Denver Harris ( on a Sunday evening!) regarding the inter-operability of SAND and SSL shares for MARL, as I already held both MARL and SSL. For fans of MARL he also confirmed the following: "We are working on spinning out Mariana's other exploration assets into a separate public company and Glen Parsons will be in charge of that. It will likely take 3 to 6 months to complete but I believe Glen's focus will be on the Cote d'Ivoire assets." I'm increasingly comfortable that my combined shareholding now forms over 10% of my portfolio, which I had been a bit nervous about.
shavian
07/7/2017
06:42
Nolan just hit the PR button, big time. Check out all the new stuff on Http://sandstormgold.com Webcast and slideshow (also repeated on Seeking Alpha) and interviews with Kitco and BNN. Talking to the delectable Daniela on Kitco, Nolan said he'd rather be mining in Turkey than British Columbia, because of a chenge in local government is going to make it much tougher on any mining in BC, (presumably thanks to the environmental lobby). Pretty amazing statement really! Go watch....
shavian
06/7/2017
07:24
Q2 gold sales figures just published by Sandstorm, 12k+ ozs in the quarter, slightly down on run rate forcast for the year, but no worries. And, wow, what about the assays on the two latest holes from HM? HTD-128: a real bonanza hole. Http://www.sandstormgold.com/_resources/images/20170704-2.jpg Seems to have gone down well with the punters. A late buying surge in Toronto greeted the latest news release.
shavian
05/7/2017
18:02
Don't want to show myself up as the thick one at the back but this is new to me: "Mariana had a contract entitling it to an annual dividend – equal to 30% of the value of the gold and copper sold less 30% of the cost of operations -- once the asset is up and running, Watson explained. “It’s basically a royalty,” he said. The Mariana acquisition also includes exploration properties in Côte d’Ivoire, Turkey and Argentina. Sandstorm said it has begun the process of spinning out exploration properties into a separate public company and will retain net-smelter-return royalties as well as equity in the spin-out. The spin-out process is expected to be completed within six to 12 months." Maybe I haven't been reading close enough.
bookvan
05/7/2017
17:33
A new interview although not sure if it adds anything to the others: http://www.kitco.com/news/2017-07-05/Sandstorm-CEO-Mariana-Deal-To-Double-Production-More-Assets-Sought.html EDIT: messed up the link first time. This one works.
herbert howells
05/7/2017
17:30
Can't see Sandstorm getting taken out as Nolan and management will not be keen on that, given the strong growth potential. However, there are plenty of streaming companies....FNV, Royal Gold, Wheaton Precious Metals and Osisko gold royalties to name a few.
jimbowen30
05/7/2017
17:19
@Fulmar - what type of company do you think would move on SSL? It can be argued that SSL is too big for smaller streamers and - with it's large commitment to HM - too risky for FNV the largest one. Or are you thinking that a large miner rather than an existing streamer would like to add a streaming arm to it's operations? That would be an interesting move. Somebody like Barrick. Do you have a particular company in mind?
herbert howells
05/7/2017
15:47
@Herbert--would be a takeover target because turnover/margin/profit and lack of debt with a huge future upside are always attractive
fulmar29
05/7/2017
09:31
Read this interesting post on Ceo.Ca this morning: "@Fulmar29 "bought for a song" and IMO it will AT LEAST double in resource.That added to Ergama which although different geology could significantly increase the turkey asset.Well lets see how it goes.(SSL must be soon a T/O target)" Not sure why "SSL must soon be a T/O target" or who would take it out. FNV would seem to be the obvious candidate but arguably it would increase their risk profile and reduce their appeal to institutional investors. Not sure if that leaves anybody else but would like to learn more. Any ideas?
herbert howells
04/7/2017
07:18
As the market closed last night Sandstorm issued their notice of closure of the MARL deal. Check out great videos of their round table discussion and a Q&A session on the company website: Http://www.sandstormgold.com/hot-maden-acquisition/ Nothing in there we did not already know about HM, BUT check out Nolan saying that AIM rules prevented a bigger proportion of cash being used to buy HM. His solution: use more SSL shares to buy MARL, and then buy them back in the market once the deal is complete. I love it! I just wish they would all stop looking so smug in the video - like a bunch of cats that bought a cream factory! As they put this out as the market closed last night, I'll be interested to see what happens when it opens today :0))
shavian
29/6/2017
09:10
Sandstorm is cheap and very undervalued v other streaming companies like Franco Nevada, Royal Gold and Wheaton Precious Metals. IF Turkey goes ok, the Hot Maden deal could be one of the best ever in the precious metals market. Sure it increases risk but the rewards for Sandstorm are huge. The IRR on Hot Maden is one of the highest I've ever seen. Of course, none of this accounts for any potential rise in gold between now and production...
jimbowen30
29/6/2017
08:05
That's my position, too - and I agree with all the points you make in your post. I am not expecting any problems with the Turks. For one thing, they're used to working with Alacer and I expect that a Lidya/Alacer joint venture will be the ultimate outcome with HM. In some ways, the act of combining Mariana and Sandstorm can be seen as nothing complicated but a means of simplifying ownership for a smooth deal with Lidya/Alacer. IMHO it won't be long before HM is monetised (as a royalty) and Mariana2 lives again as an explorer with a special relationship with SSL - it's main source of funding and first customer for any useful discoveries. When this happens, I wonder who will get to keep Ergama: will it stay with SSL, be spun off with MARL2 or be part of a package with Lidya/Alacer.
herbert howells
28/6/2017
18:35
Welcome to the thread HH. Some excellent new analysis on SAND/SSL on Seeking Alpha: Http://www.seekingalpha.com/article/4084145 I came to Sandstorm via Mariana and have held both for years. Very glad about the combination as I feel Nolan and his team of backers will be better placed to cope with any shenanigans crated by the Turks over HM. However, as the reasearch above points out, the ultimate head honcho of Lidya is Erdogan's brother in law so HM seems pretty well underpinned by friends in high places. Good to see action at last, with MARL's quote on AIM now suspended. Looking forward to my new Sandstorm shares and some cash!
shavian
26/6/2017
07:47
Sorry to barge in all elbows into a private conversation on a new board. HL is cheap and easy for US and Canadian shares. The charge is just the same as for UK ones. What you have watch out for is currency exchange trading out. For example, I have sometimes had a paper profit of, say, £350 on a Canadian share but sell it and it comes out quite a bit lower - maybe in the 200s - more than you would expect for a 1.5% currency handling charge. So I tend to have a general rule to trade UK stocks but hold US/Canadian ones and try to balance my portfolio accordingly.
herbert howells
26/6/2017
07:40
Re: stockbrokers. I have been with HL for years. Quite often I have been grateful after reading posts about other stockbrokers. Sometimes I wonder if I am sticking to them out of habit but charges are reasonable and customer service is very good.
herbert howells
26/6/2017
07:33
Hello guys. Glad to find this thread. I've been following the thread on ceo.ca for ages but it's not as helpful as you might expect. Posters on ceo.ca seem to focus on the tiny explorers like on AIM and the latest hypes by all the newsletter writers. An important drawback of ceo.ca is it doesn't have a filter button.
herbert howells
23/6/2017
19:54
Jarvis IM have a couple of platforms and have additional insurance per customer of £3m
shakester2
11/6/2017
20:36
Good grief I can second That!
bluelynx
11/6/2017
20:04
But not for international stocks.
goodgrief
11/6/2017
19:27
I have always found them very good.
rrr
11/6/2017
18:57
Barclays Stockbrokers are a no-no!
goodgrief
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