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Asiamet Res Share Chat (ARS)



Share Price: 10.025Bid: 9.80Ask: 10.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Asiamet Res
Spread: 0.45Spread as %: 4.59%Open: 9.80High: 9.80Low: 9.80Yesterday’s Close: 10.025


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mindanao
Posts: 203
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.025
RE: True Value starting to come out
Today 10:47
The Finn has summed it up. As a comparison The Ox hadwhilst having unbelievable attributes but stick around 40c for ages. These guys know what they are doing
 
glenalmond
Posts: 1,652
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.025
RE: True Value starting to come out
Today 09:42
Yup, thanks for posting, Finncairn. Things taking their time here but slowly, slowly catchy fox ;)
Tomcorvid
Posts: 1,717
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.025
RE: True Value starting to come out
Fri 22:39
Thanks for postin finncairn. With some ksk exploration upside it isn’t hard to see a $3bn valuation in the next 3/4 yrs with those kind of figures flying around. I’ll take a 25 bagger!
steven49
Posts: 6,558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.025
RE: True Value starting to come out
Fri 19:05
Feeel he need to get this beutong moving faster.more drill rigs.no value in share price from thid yet.see copper made a rbound today.GLA.our time will come
Finncairn
Posts: 451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.80
True Value starting to come out
Fri 15:05
From Twitter Tony Manini talking about Beutong. "It has some sensational results here, it has a central hydrate core, hydrate copper, gold. It's currently at 515MT, it should grow to 750MT over time. Already had a scoping study done on it, excellent infrastructure, importantly you got *****imin road, you've got power station near by, port near by only 60k's away, so big growth copper projects world wide very few of them have this sort of infrastructure close to coast power, water nearby & that's what gives you a very low capital intensity project. This will have a capital intensity of somewhere between 10 to 15 thousand dollars per tonne at annual capacity, most of the new copper projects globally are at 20 to 25 thousand dollars per ton and that's because they don't have the infrastructure, so they've got to build all this infrastructure themselves, so this is a major advantage for this project. There are a number of projects that clearly show this is a competitive project longer term. So just here you see Phu Kham, Phu Kham was recently sold to the Chinese for $1.4 billion in operation at 50 thousand tonnes of copper per year production, Beutong has the capacity to be as good or better than that in due course". After typing all this a Twitter feed has come up "Phu Kham sold for $1.4bn producing 50k tonnes per annum, Beutong has the potential to do 100k tonnes per annum & BKM 25k tonnes per annum" I repeat my view that selling even if it's in a bidding war is not an option right now. ARS must get into production if we are to see the big bucks!
Chartist2
Posts: 2,385
Opinion:Hold
Price:9.80
RE: Liberian Capital
Fri 15:01
...and we are back above 10.10, with the 10p line nicely maintained.
Liberian Capital? ("to free" capital)

Sells / Buys finally leveling out:
417,393
392,391
88alun88
Posts: 164
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.80
Liberian Capital
Fri 10:20
ever since Lib capital come on board its killed the SP, they're always sat on the ask
steven49
Posts: 6,558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.80
RE: Copper
Fri 09:41
Trade war killing metal prices
steven49
Posts: 6,558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.80
Copper
Fri 09:27
Copper still on decline not helping copper miners.all years rise wiped out
TheSwan101
Posts: 113
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.90
Amazing buy price opportunity
Thu 21:46
Bet it won't last long
DogTyred
Posts: 433
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.90
Exercise of options
Thu 19:23
Oh well, here comes another million of sells. Although with an exercise price of 7p hardly seems worth it at current price?

Who knows, they may even keep them? Yeah right. !

DT
Finncairn
Posts: 451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:9.90
From ARS Twitter page copy & pa..
Thu 19:21
More video footage from larger ID1800 drill rig where the Beutong Drill Team are pulling up core barrels containing drill core to be sent off for analysis Awaiting results from two holes to see if Mineralisation extends beyond current Resource both laterally & at depth
Chartist2
Posts: 2,385
Opinion:Hold
Price:9.90
RE: uptrend
Thu 16:48
...if 10.02p is not immediately maintained (lets see tomorrow morning), then orderly retrace to 9.75 and 9.55p.
Finncairn
Posts: 451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE the short or long story
Thu 13:01
Well if it's being held back for the feasibility study then we won't have long to wait. If it's being held back for other reasons then we could have a longer wait. Goes without saying really. Main thing is we all know it's not if but when it goes to the 20's. Mindanao I share your groups views that it's production we want not a sale. I know this is where the true value lies.
Chartist2
Posts: 2,385
Opinion:Hold
Price:10.125
RE: ARS The short and the long story
Thu 12:43
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"Yes get feeling this being held back? Why.lot of financing negotiations going on in back ground.just have to sit tight patience." Steven

Just don't tell these conspiracy theories to Daisan Cheng, nor to anyone in Australia!

Since one year the trading patterns are showing several signs of "price maintenance". Just like in spring and early summer 2017, when it took ages before ARS made it through the 5p wall.
Could it be that Indonesia wants more investors on board? Never mind. IMO its best to sit back and let AT buys trigger once the bullish line is crossed, don't care about the reason.

Long term trading patterns are pointing to a rise in early August. But this is just a 50:50 bet.
Chartist2
Posts: 2,385
Opinion:Hold
Price:10.125
RE: uptrend
Thu 12:27
...that was a quick dip down to 10.02p this morning. The mid term support has held once again.
Now everything back up to a decent 10.20p.
steven49
Posts: 6,558
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE: ARS The short and the long story
Thu 12:18
Yes get feeling this being held back? Why.lot of financing negotiations going on in back ground.just have to sit tight patience.
mikebassetts
Posts: 2,514
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE: ARS The short and the long story
Thu 11:58
it seems that way,i've seen this before with this stock.
Maybe the share price is in control mode for a reason?
DogTyred
Posts: 433
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE: ARS The short and the long story
Thu 11:26
Seems we are in manipulation mode again. Any uptick cancelled out immediately by a poxy few hundred pound sell. Seems someone wants to hold it back until news. Been here before.
updo
Posts: 637
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
ARS The short and the long story
Thu 03:18
Everyone today talk about copper. IMO tomorrow , anyone left will also be talking about a much shiner metal.
mindanao
Posts: 203
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
Copper on steroids Citibank Report.
Thu 02:00
Great to see some Wall Street positive opinion on long term copper. See if you can source a CITIBANK Report titled Copper on steroids. They see a decade long period of copper growth, $8,000 plus by 2022 then on from there. Not bad timing by Tony and his boys bringing Asiamets assets to production.
Toephur
Posts: 191
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE: RE Bidding war
Wed 22:38
Fair point by both - whatever happens we’re certainly in for exciting time
mindanao
Posts: 203
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
Finncairn, future price.
Wed 22:30
Hi Finncairn, I am in a small group of private individual investors that have been doing this for over twenty years. We simply pool our views and expertise and invest individually. Funnily eneogh everyone in our group agree totally with your recent posts. Why give our company away to a fat slothful mob like a Rio who pay their CEO $20 mill a year to mishandle most of their projects anyway, for them to derive all the future value that Tony and Peter and all our guys have worked so hard to get to a measly 50% on top of say 30p, what a waste of a lifetime opportunity for us. I don’t see too many other better opportunities to get in excess of a ten bagger from here with maybe a small dilution for funding. Timing is everything and copper is lining up magnificently. Each to their own but patience rewards those who wait and hold a great opportunity. Thanks for for you views Finncairn.
Finncairn
Posts: 451
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:10.125
RE Bidding war
Wed 21:05
I would prefer we are in production if their is a bidding war that way ARS would be valued at 14c/lb of copper as opposed to 4c/lb of copper prior to production. Personally I'd rather no sale but JV to raise capital to get us up & running to become a producer. Give it a year possible two then re look at where ARS is at.




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