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Share Price Information for Arc Minerals (ARCM)


Share Price: 2.30Bid: 2.25Ask: 2.35Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Arc Minerals
Spread: 0.10Spread as %: 4.44%Open: 2.30High: 2.30Low: 2.30Yesterday’s Close: 2.30

Arc Minerals Limited Ords Npv (Di)






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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 705.94m £16.24m 100,000

52 Week High 5.70 52 Week High Date 23-JUL-2018
52 Week Low 2.05 52 Week Low Date 30-MAY-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
6 179,478 25,000 2.300 1.00 0.00 0.00


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18-Jun-19
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18-Jun-19
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Directors Deals for Arc Minerals (ARCM)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
07-May-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI)
Nick von Schirnding held the position of Executive Chairman at Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Nick von Schirnding
2.53GBX230,00017080532
22-Mar-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI)
Nick von Schirnding held the position of Executive Chairman at Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Nick von Schirnding
2.62GBX410,00016850532
11-Mar-19Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI)
Nick von Schirnding held the position of Executive Chairman at Arc Minerals Limited NPV (DI) at the time of this trade.
 Nick von Schirnding
2.5GBX500,00018773866
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Rocktapper
Posts: 236
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.30
RE: Cheyeza on Google Earth
Today 10:05
I don't wish to be rude but these deposits are not VMS. Check this reference as a summary example https://eprints.utas.edu.au/755/

Have a look at the coordinates given in G. E. Cheyeza East appears to have a large area of brown oxide-rich soils some of which look like gossans. Cheyeza Central has the long low outcrop /subcrop. The patches of white, bluey white and cream to orange colours could be alteration close to mineralisation.
In the maps showing the geochemistry results, the anomalies tcould be interpreted as occurring along the outer edges of a NE-SW oriented sub-basin or fold which widens to the southwest. The northern edge appears less well defined.
Whatever, the interpretation, I am really optimistic for the results.
ARahim
Posts: 539
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.30
RE: Cheyeza on Google Earth
Mon 21:21
Rocktapper, as we know so far the deposits in zamsort area are VMS type deposits, they come in clusters, kalaba is one of them, it is 5 km long and 2.5 km wide, it is dipping gently under ground, the visible tip of it is what is shown on the EM map. these structures are created long time ago in deep ocean and migrated to where they are now. the original shape of each deposit was mushroom shape by they being twisted and turned by the tectonic plates movement.
usually these mushrooms contain copper in the middle and heavier metals in the perimeter. so having traces of iron in the perimeter is normal. what matters is the copper deposit in the center and how it slides underground. by the look of the size of exposed ore at surface and the sample quality, cheyeza could be what we are waiting for. I don't think an experienced team would sample an area that is composed of recent deposit. they mast be sampling a real layer that has root in the ground.
Rocktapper
Posts: 236
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.30
Cheyeza on Google Earth
Mon 17:15
Whilst I have my questions regarding the use of portable XRF as giving 'definitive' soil sampling results versus data produced from assaying soil samples from 'B horizon' soils (I'm still seeking a second opinion on this), it's worth noting a couple of things that can be seen on Google Earth and other satellite imagery for the Cheyeza East and Central anomaly areas. You can get the coordinates from the maps presented in the RNS and they are in WGS84 UTM 35L so can be used to locate yourself. Cheyeza East is centred roughly at 278783.00 m E 8661999.00 m S; Cheyeza Central is centred on 275466.00 m E 8661591.00 m S. I have access to ESRI imagery which is processed slightly differently to Google but seems to highlight brown (iron) oxides in the soils around Cheyeza East and could represent gossans from mineralisation below. The rivers draining the area and slopes have potential to disperse the anomaly which may expalin why it is so wide. However, it is clear that close to the river west of C.E. and S. of C.C. there is cleared ground possibly as a result of flooding or possibly plants are not able to grow there due to high metal concentrations in the soil. However, more striking, is the apparent low outcrop at C.C. This strikes NW-SE, runs for approximately 1200m and is exposed as being up to 150m wide - although its true thickness is likely to be much less. On Google this shows as patches of ground with a dark purply blue tinge. On ESRI imagery it is bright blue and suggests the possibility of significant alteration / secondary copper oxide mineralisation at surface! The images appear to have been taken at wetter and dryer times in the year respecitvely. However, the geochemical map supplied by ARCM only shows a bullseye anomaly at the south-eastern end of this outcrop! I was going to include a back of a fag packet guess at the possible value of copper based on measurements of the outcrop and assumed concentrations of copper present but it's far too misleading! Let's just say that if they end up drilling at these locations, the results should be very interesting. And they won't necessarily need to drill 400m long holes either in this first stage.
cattleman
Posts: 1,039
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.30
chaotic-calmness
Sun 12:46
My initial inspiration what you take on proceedings now...
ChinaBlue
Posts: 1,400
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2.30
RE: kod case should not be repeated her
Sat 07:32
@ARahim, I have to agree with you that the Chinese are a wild card, and do not play by the rules others expect when it comes to business. I have seen what Ally Bridge did to Biocept in the USA where they used shorting to make millions from the company where they invested.
Lets hope that NvS is as smart in financial matters as some folks believe, and that he would have taken steps to prevent a TO which he hasnt communicated to the market, poison pill, or strategic share ownership where a TO cannot succeed without the consent of the strategic shareholder(s).
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