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Asiamet Res Share Chat (ARS)



Share Price: 8.875Bid: 8.50Ask: 9.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Asiamet Res
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 8.82%Open: 8.875High: 8.875Low: 8.875Yesterday’s Close: 8.875


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Andyforster
Posts: 505
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:8.875
RE: Wider picture
Today 15:57
Unsure really what your getting at with “Hats off to Steven H. and his well timed pump and pump inteview on proactiveinvestors as well as happy newshype from the mining & money event in London that created the final 12ish spike“. Steve commented on real assays that we’re released to market and set out the program to try and connect the copper at BKZ with that at BKM. The Beutong License timeframe probably got the market excited but the application hasn’t gone away so this could land in 1 day, 1 week, 1 month who knows. Happy to hold here for the long term, plenty of exploration to go and the BFS due H1 means plenty of news flow to come.
 
Chartist2
Posts: 1,136
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Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:8.875
RE: Wider picture
Today 14:28
"Seems to me the chart technicals have prompted sales of stock from the traders to be taken by the long term fundamental holders." Andyforster

Right, so now we know why someone offloaded bigtime as from 12.50p down and caused this ridiculous 30-40% price crash over a silly short timeframe...

The Sp always speaks the truth:
- The Sp has been lowered constantly because there were not enough buyers. While the crowds were hoping for "30p over the weekend"... large II's holders already sat on a 200% or even 500% profit at 10p. Its only logic that they would take a few coins off the desk.
- Another fact is that very few PIs can stomach this kind of price crash if they bought three or four hundred K shares during the sharehype in November. Few PIs can stomach 10K+ Pounds loss, some fourteen days after pressing the buy button. And we are just talking about ONE portfolio position! We are not even mentioning other bluechips this PI might hold, such as Vedanta and others who have seen a nasty crash.

Once again: Hats off to Steven H. and his well timed pump and pump inteview on proactiveinvestors as well as happy newshype from the mining & money event in London that created the final 12ish spike. This only has enabled large sellers to unload and secure huge gains - perfectly before the year end balance. Always good to bank on insider knowledge. (Pheew, imagine the license came right in the week of their chunky selling!!)

Yes, I'm happy to see that larger buyers (100k+) are stabilizing the Sp again these days. Nevertheless the entire share hype activities as seen from September till November seem a bit dodgy to me. But who am I to question the honesty of public listed company directors, ha ha! We need to keep holding and focus on the wider picture:))
Tomcorvid
Posts: 787
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:8.875
Interview with PB
Today 13:36
Tomcorvid
Posts: 787
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Price:8.875
RE: Wider picture
Today 10:42
Well, I’m going to be one happy bunny if it does.
steven49
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Price:8.875
Trades
Today 10:10
Big gap btween buys and sells
Daisan
Posts: 3,626
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:8.875
RE: Wider picture
Today 08:48
Tomcorvid,

Not necessarily. It depends on your timeframe of course but a material supply/demand imbalance can create rapid price movements. Look at Vanadium as an example. Chinese environmental shutdowns caused this to spike up 100% earlier this year and the supply/demand balance is looking increasingly problematic in the future. Now, Vanadium is not a major metal like Copper but there are some parallels if the rumoured strike action in Chile comes to fruition whilst at the same time the rise of EVs is creating increased demand for Copper and the quality of Copper finds is steadily decreasing.

This is unlikely to come overnight or as rapidly as the rise of Vanadium owing to the considerably larger Copper market but the pressure on prices is likely to continue.
Andyforster
Posts: 505
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:8.875
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Copper fundamentals
Sun 21:00
Seems to me the chart technicals have prompted sales of stock from the traders to be taken by the long term fundamental holders. Everything is progressing well for the release of the BKM feasibility study On the back of increasing copper prices. The continued exploration which has not failed to deliver as yet will only improve the NAV of the ksk project. Beutong will be the icing on the cake and that will come when it comes. The reality is we are currently trading at a discount to the copper in the ground and the next 12-24 months will be very rewarding for ars holders. Good luck if your a trader or an investor but the fundamentals stack up for this to be a very rewarding few months for Asiamet
Troajan
Posts: 39,896
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Price:8.875
ars
Sun 20:32
Tomcorvid
Posts: 787
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Price:8.875
RE: Wider picture
Sun 20:23
I can’t disagree with any of that except to say that I have heard Friedland suggest $8/lb or $19,500/t. I mean, the guy knows his onions but surley that is fantasy. Isn’t it?
TheSwan101
Posts: 88
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Price:8.875
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Wider picture
Sun 20:18
Beyond short term intra-day or weekly charting stuff, the bigger picture (certainly so much of the rhetoric) is that copper is going to continue to go hard and fast and more so than ever predicted. Calls for $10,000 per tonne were looking high but Friedland is now calling $12,000 per tonne. As I have always said, with one of the only quality listed projects of its size (a medium scale) listed anywhere in the world. Asiamet will begin to see some strong attention (I don't think we have even started yet). Steve Hughes keeps delivering those results and the project is going to get even better. Plus Beutong and the whole rest of the portfolio outside of BKM. Cheap as chips still.




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