Wishbone Gold Plc
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wishbone Gold Plc LSE:WSBN London Ordinary Share GI000A2PX455 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.80 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.70 2.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.92 -0.55 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.80 GBX

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Posted at 23/3/2023 08:20 by Wishbone Gold Daily Update
Wishbone Gold Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WSBN. The last closing price for Wishbone Gold was 2.80p.
Wishbone Gold Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.75p and a 12 week average price of 2.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.75p.
There are currently 172,895,213 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 129,502 shares. The market capitalisation of Wishbone Gold Plc is £4,841,065.96.
Posted at 13/3/2023 14:07 by chesty1
haha nice try bsg

Next news will be to update on this: (and should be a great RNS imvho)

22 December 2022

Wishbone Gold Plc

("Wishbone" or the "Company")

Wishbone Gold Plc / Index: AIM: WSBN / Sector: Natural Resources / AQSE: WSBN

Magneto Tellurics Survey Underway over Paterson Tenements

Paterson Range, Western Australia

Wishbone Gold Plc (AIM: WSBN, AQSE: WSBN), would like to inform the market that a Magneto Tellurics ("MT") survey is underway on the company's Western Australian properties.

As previously reported Wishbone intersected mineralisation in multiple drill holes in the maiden drill program on Red Setter. The company has now engaged Expert Geophysics Pty Ltd, who specialise in such surveys to complete an MT survey over Red Setter and Cottesloe. Once completed data processing and inversions will take approximately 6 weeks to finalise. Combined with the broad spread of mineralisation in the drill results, adding MT into the package of data which we now have will provide a further focus for the drill program next year.

MT uses Passive Airborne Electromagnetic Methods ("AEM") which exploit the principles of naturally varying electromagnetic fields to identify mineralisation. The MT system is one of the latest developments in passive field AEM technology. It has proven to have high sensitivity to resistance differentiations in a broad range, including thousands and tens of thousands of ohm-m's.

Photos and videos will be released on the company social media channels when available.

Richard Poulden, Wishbone Gold's Chairman, commented:

"MT technology is an important next step in exploration at Red Setter to define more accurately the location of increased sulphide mineralisation. By using this technology the aim is to define the main trend and centre of the mineralisation system".

Posted at 15/2/2023 10:22 by g2theary
I'd prefer the share price at double this price before news ;) then it will quite easily get to the values it's worth ;)
Posted at 27/1/2023 09:41 by swingbysome
there's no profit to be made for the MM's by keeping the share price flat . Bigger the highs , bigger the lows the more the profit . I was lucky to be invested in XTR a few years back when Jan Nelson was CEO after the RNS announcement that outcrop reefs had 10 times the gold than previously though . Having seen the share price ( Market Cap ) rise by 274% in a matter of 2 hrs and carried on rising for the following 7 weeks I soon woke up to what AIM shares are about and the roll of the MM's . Like I previously said I have a very small position in WSBN no point having a large position when the fundamental value is eventually realised it won't create to much of an adrenalin rush for me but hey ho , a profits a profit .

Posted at 27/1/2023 07:18 by swingbysome
So 18 months ago the Market Cap was 79% higher according to a constant basher over on LSE bulletin board . He / She has been bashing it since then blaming WSBN ( BOD ) for the continued drop whilst ignoring the fact the Market Cap is set by the Market Makers ( MM's ) . Which they constantly manipulate with AIM listed shares XTR for eg . In that 18 months total avoidance of all facts such as COVID restrictions in Australia to perform the drilling required has now been lifted yet 18 months ago moving anything or doing anything was taking a miracle the Market Cap was 79% higher .

Strange that along with the constant negative posts over on LSE makes me wonder when the MM;s have accumulated enough shares to reverse trend . They will and of course the bashers over on LSE will say oh no it won't but I recently seen the same with XTR and commented over on that BB when the share price was around 1.79p /share to buy . It certainly did reverse trend and allowed me a quick swing trade to sell out at 2.31p .share . Maybe it's just common sense not to hold when you see such rises in Market Cap but then the MM's are so predictable .... Hum ....

Posted at 25/1/2023 09:51 by swingbysome
whether you believe in charts or the fundamental value of WSBN it all looks to me like a bounce could come at any time . Especially with the MM's walking this down and very low volume . After all it's their job to value the Market cap through the fundamental value of the company and in my mind they are way off mark . Those core sample photos were shouted down as the Market cap dropped ...... hum ...... always makes me think MM's do a lot through social media to get what they want .

As for the acquired 100% of tenement application E45/ 6456 (Cottesloe East) covering 19 blocks (62km2) in the Paterson Range, Western Australia. Announced on 11th January 2023 . This has been acquired by staking the ground for a total cost of A$50,000 .

Appears the Market Makers deemed that worth dropping the Market Cap even further but why ? to load up on cheap shares in my opinion .
I've a very small position in WSBN but that's all I need if reality comes to the table but when will that be ? .. I may just be lucky in not only buying those shares recently but able to double up if the MM's get greedy by dropping the Market Cap a further 30% or so . After all when WSBN takes off there's nobody shouting the fuse has been lit the Market Cap just goes spectacularly upwards .

Posted at 11/1/2023 09:08 by chesty1
Solid RNS today! I like what WSBN is doing...even though the share price doesn't agree YET!
Posted at 16/12/2022 15:10 by papillon
Since the high of 9 years ago, the WSBN share price has lost over 98% of it's value. That takes some doing! 😁
Posted at 04/11/2022 14:14 by papillon
Gold up over 2% so far today, yet WSBN share price falls!
Posted at 12/6/2022 22:33 by papillon
Congratulations on your GGP gains, uknighted. In which case you must be well aware of the dramatic rise in the GGP share price during 2020 despite it never having mined any gold! So why do you say that the WSBN share price will only take off when it has mined gold?
The GGP chart I posted is historical fact and goes to confirm the Lassonde curve I posted a link to. I assume you know that Pierre Lassonde is the founder of Franco Nevada and a multi billionaire gold investor.

PS This GGP chart shows that early 2021, when the GGP share price dropped below the 50 day EMA, was a good time to sell.. If you missed that then the bearish "Death Cross" (when the 50 day EMA drops below an already falling 200 day EMA) during Q2 2021 showed the writing was on the wall for the GPM share price
I'd never heard of GGP until 2021 so I have never held them. I did have gold shares during 2020, but only via an investment trust, GPM.
I have started buying GPM again and also hold MILA.
WSBN, EST & GGP, are on my "watch list'

Posted at 10/6/2022 23:36 by papillon
I'm afraid you're wrong, uknighted. Look at this 3 year chart of GGP. The GGP share price rose dramatically during 2020, from around 2p to around 35p. Yet it NEVER mined any gold!!
Why did the GGP share price rise so dramatically? Because it issued excellent exploration results during 2020, whilst the price of gold was also very strong. Since the start of 2021 the price of gold has stagnated.
The reason why the GGP share price has more than halved since the start of 2021, despite continuing excellent drill results is because it was seriously overbought. The GGP share price was ahead of the game at the end of 2020. Investors had got carried away during 2020 pushing the GGP share price and Mkt Cap to ludicrous heights. Couple that with a falling and stagnating gold price and it's no surprise that the GGP share price is where it is today despite the continuing excellent results.

free stock charts from

PS you might find this link showing the Lassonde Curve enlightening, uknighted. It was devised by the celebrated gold mining expert, Pierre Lassonde.


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