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Share Price: 4.875Bid: 4.75Ask: 5.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Chaarat Gold
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 5.26%Open: 4.875High: 4.875Low: 4.875Yesterday’s Close: 4.875


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Dibs61
Posts: 8,466
Premium Chat Member
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:4.875
Thanks OLI and pablo
Sat 18:14
For the clarification and your thoughts. As always sensible and considered opinions. How refreshing.

According to gold analysts we are only $27 away from the start of a new gold bull market. If that happens that should concentrate a few Chinese minds. Charaat must be strategically a no brainer purchase for them right on their doorsteps and in the certain knowledge that there is a lot more gold there than so far defined.
 
alligin
Posts: 617
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
Buyers
Sat 16:27
It's good to see previous holders buying back in here at what is a bargain basement price and indeed more posters expressing their views both ways. One of the interesting statements in the RNS was Dekel's comment that a company remains interested in buying and is currently sourcing funds. Whilst Dekel's time-related targets (eg imminent, shortly) leave a lot to be desired, he is normally spot on in his assessment of what actually happens with the company. Whilst I personally prefer an outright sale in the short term (who wouldn't?) options 2 and 3 are almost as attractive given the very cheap predicted mining costs. If we do see gold up at $1500 an ounce this year, as some analysts predict, that is just the kind of macro issue that could seal a deal.
pablo2
Posts: 8,128
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
Oli
Sat 12:29
We were always going to do a DFS but we decided to change to the Chinese to complete it part way through. The logic was the Chinese would need their own standards (and language) to decide on funding. Dekel is not against selling off but I think he realises as commodity prices and gold miners have got really depressed over the years a good price is now unrealistic.

Therefore he is considering developing the mine, still with hopefully a Chinese JV.

Banksy does have a point about not being engineers. Think we will get a definite way forward in the next few months though - Christmas at worst - lol.
OLI12
Posts: 237
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
dibs
Sat 11:52
the initials refer to Chaarat BoD - GD - Dekel Golan (wrong way around) AN, Alexander Novak and CPT Christopher Palmer-Tomkinson.

Irrespective of Bankside's agenda his opinion cannot be completely ignored. We have spend years producing a DFS which is in NO WAY definitive by any means!
Dibs61
Posts: 8,466
Premium Chat Member
Answer
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
RE: Is Management the Problem?
Sat 11:44
Bankside -hmmmm just two posts - one yesterday and the last one May last year which was entirely different in view - v.bullish. Suspicious. And for goodness sake clarify all the initials youve quoted - are they names of people or companies?? Most people won't have a clue what you're on about and the comparison to Apex is bizarre.

I'm always very suspicious of people who just turn up out of nowhere and come out with all this stuff and then disappear again. And anyone with 'bank' in their user name? Well, say NO more.
OLI12
Posts: 237
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
cont.
Sat 11:18
http://www.brunswickrealestate.com/ Martin Andersson is the founding partner his bio is on the main page.
OLI12
Posts: 237
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:4.875
Martin Andersson
Sat 11:02
who you ask? he is indirectly the beneficially of our biggest shareholder - Labro Investments (formally Fasanara Fund). current holding - 25.2% of shares however they have exercisable warrants that could take them to 31.27%

Mr Andersson was on the board of this Russian mining company www.suek.ru and I am sure has many contacts in the mining industry. HIS support / opinion will be vital in where CHARAT goes next.

Patience must be wearing thin with Dekel and the BoD - his investment has currently more than halved in value - he is someone who can influence the BoD he could also just SELL forcing a take over OR make a bid to take us private. This man IMO will decide where we go next.

This must be a screaming buy at these prices however I cannot bring myself to buy more. I currently have over 500,000 shares in this so I am in deep.
jollyspeculator
Posts: 19,389
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:4.875
dibs
Fri 22:19
well..perhaps...but they have spent a lot of time and money during a golden period for gold and not greatly advanced the prospect, no?

...on the other hand it is now v v v cheap
Dibs61
Posts: 8,466
Premium Chat Member
Observation
Opinion:Buy
Price:4.75
jolly
Fri 16:38
You surprise me. Not difficult to counter. For starters not sure what he's blathering on about.

I'll respond more fully later but CGH have zero debt. They are smack bang in China's Silk Road Gold harvesting fields.

This will be bought out.. It's just a question how much they (the Chinese) pay.
jollyspeculator
Posts: 19,389
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:4.75
sobering post
Fri 15:31
and v difficult to counter

...management has new challenge now: negotiating not engineering

...perhaps they are better at that!




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