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Last Posted: 25 Oct '17



7 Jul '16

Maybe because of their stake in SRES....?
27 Apr '16

Hi Ben
Could I just add...
Never buy anything without doing in-depth research into the business, the financials, reading the sensible posts on use and advfn and then making your own mind up...
Also, I recommend that you either buy mining companies that are actually producing or about to produce and fully financed
Mine finance is fraught right now. Some companies have managed to get all debt finance, which is ideal because it can be repaid out of cashflows; some have a mix of debt and equity and ATYM , for example, has had to finance its mine with equity only.
That is not necessarily a problem, but it dilutes the value of your investment and if you believe in the company then you will buy enough shares on the placement/rights issue to maintain your proportional holding.
Very often the shares fall below the placement price if you are patient...
That's what I did with ATYM and also here, with GLEN.
Good luck with your investing trading and never bet more than you can afford to lose...
Cheers
27 Apr '16

Hi Ben
Could I just add...
Never buy anything without doing in-depth research into the business, the financials, reading the sensible posts on use and advfn and then making your own mind up...
Also, I recommend that you either buy mining companies that are actually producing or about to produce and fully financed
Mine finance is fraught right now. Some companies have managed to get all debt finance, which is ideal because it can be repaid out of cashflows; some have a mix of debt and equity and ATYM , for example, has had to finance its mine with equity only.
That is not necessarily a problem, but it dilutes the value of your investment and if you believe in the company then you will buy enough shares on the placement/rights issue to maintain your proportional holding.
Very often the shares fall below the placement price if you are patient...
That's what I did with ATYM and also here, with GLEN.
Good luck with your investing trading and never bet more than you can afford to lose...
Cheers
14 Apr '16

Don't XGC, Orion and Traf have 100% off take between them...?
8 Apr '16

So am I...only recently in at 13.50 but although I think GKP will survive, I anticipate massive dilution, after which I may return...
6 Apr '16

Michael Collins; Head of Bonds; Prudential Fixed Income on Bloomberg...buying GLEN Bonds on better outlook; reduced debt; expecting positive cashflow going forward...
6 Apr '16

Support at 136/7?

Bought back the half I sold at 162...for 137...

AIMHO as usual...
22 Mar '16

BTW Tracey...thanks for the heads up on AAU...now sitting on a tidy profit as they head to the stars...
21 Mar '16

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11 Mar '16

I was right about PINN and COMS...clearly you have all researched this in detail...

I have held this share thanks to one of those friends, but decided to take a small profit and leave.

Good luck. Don't worry, I won't return here.


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