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Avesoro Resources is a speculative buy at the current share price

Published 2 days ago

Avesoro Resources (ASO) is a good example of what can happen to a share where there is a forced seller and generally low liquidity in the trading of the shares.

Richard Jennings is 100% right (on this) - sack the board at Argo Blockchain at the EGM

Published 21 days ago

Richard Jennings is wrong about a good few things. Very wrong. But on certain matters (cats, Greece, donating money to Rogue Bloggers for Woodlarks) he cannot be faulted. And his logic in arguing to sack the board at Argo Blockchain (ARB) is 100% correct. We will be casting FIML votes in favour of the resolution to do so and we urge all others to do the same. Over to the Align Research boss to explain why:

Gem Diamonds looks too cheap down here - buy for the longer term

Published 27 days ago

Diamond miners seem to be out of favour at the moment, but many experts are predicting better things to come for the market, with demand increasing and supply falling, especially when it comes to large or rare coloured stones.

Atalaya remains a buy after recent updates

Published 33 days ago

If you want exposure to copper and are looking to invest in an earlier stage outfit that is already in production, then your choice of UK listed companies is actually fairly limited. The majority are either still at the exploration/development phase, or are large FTSE listed miners, and in many cases copper is just one of many metals that are being produced, with the odd exception...

Central Asia Metals produces another good set of results and remains a buy

Published 39 days ago

I’ve been a fan of Central Asia Metals (CAML) for some time now, and although the share price isn’t much higher currently, I still see it ultimately growing into a bigger company.

Announcement Imminent for Prairie Mining. Oh, the Suspense!

Published 44 days ago

Hello, Share Bunnies. To describe Prairie (PDZ) mining as speculative is to err on the mild side. Its prospects of rocketing the share price seem good, except for a dispute now in the hands of the Polish courts. Until the dispute is settled, I suppose anything might happen.

Petra Diamonds could add some sparkle to your portfolio

Published 53 days ago

Diamond miners have performed very poorly of late, but that doesn’t mean that trend will continue indefinitely - and now could be a good time to buy with a longer term view. Petra Diamonds (PDL) is definitely one in this sector which has caught my eye lately, and is one of several diamond miners which I have kept an eye on over the years...

I can see the Cadence Minerals share price going lower in the short term despite recent news

Published 57 days ago

Trading in the shares of Cadence Minerals (KDNC) was incredibly volatile last week following two announcements by a company in which it holds an equity position. 

Anglo Asian Mining looks to have the potential to grow into a mid-tier producer - long term buy and hold

Published 64 days ago

Gold, silver and copper are all metals that I am bullish on at the moment, so Azerbaijani miner Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ) fits the bill perfectly in covering all three of those.

Further short term dips in Avesoro Resources will offer a good buying opportunity

Published 71 days ago

I believe a good buying opportunity is currently presenting itself in the shares of Avesoro Resources (ASO) and although it may go lower in the short term, I can see decent risk versus reward here for at least a medium term trade.

The market has vastly over-reacted to Centamin's results - it remains a long term buy for me

Published 81 days ago

The market has been slaughtering even the larger companies over any sort of disappointing results recently, but for me that further strengthens the argument to buy shares in Centamin (CEY).

Strategic Minerals copper mine is due to come online soon - speculative buy

Published 88 days ago

I’m always very wary of investing in small mining companies, as even when the management team and the assets look decent, it is still a bit of a lottery as to whether the company will actually make it to a stage where it is making a profit and returning money to shareholders via dividends.

This Commodities King Could Dig Up some Royal Share Profits

Published 88 days ago

Hello, Share Tasters. The big miners are often a difficult investment, as a drop in commodity prices can cause catastrophe. Hopefully though, the price of commodities is currently so undervalued that this is unlikely to happen to the horrible extent of a few years ago...

Major blow to Edenville Energy's coal-to-power plans

Published 94 days ago

All that Edenville Energy (EDL) seems to have managed to achieve over the years is to burn through cash at a rate of knots whilst failing to deliver anything for shareholders other than a steady and prolonged decrease in the share price. I can remember even back in 2010/11 when this company was being promoted as having huge potential, along with all the other rubbish that you tend to hear spouted about these small AIM resource outfits across the bulletin boards...

Oracle Power is suddenly very popular - so when is the next placing?

Published 103 days ago

Oracle Power (ORCP) seems to have become popular all of a sudden and has seen its share price rise by around 80% in the past week, but as usual some on the bulletin boards seem to be claiming that it should actually be worth many multiples of its current valuation.

Why I still wouldn't invest in GCM shares even after its deal with PowerChina

Published 105 days ago

Investors in GCM Resources (GCM) seem to be shocked that recent news hasn’t caused the share price to rise much higher, and barring a very brief spike immediately after news of a deal landed, it has settled back to around the level that it was trading at before the RNS dropped. The news that has got everyone invested in this Bangladeshi coal miner so excited is a joint venture agreement with a huge government owned entity called PowerChina, which is involved in coal fired power plants and is a name that some will be familiar with as it also has similar deals in place with other small mining companies in various parts of Africa as well...

Avocet Mining has net current liabilities of $30 million - it's bust, and you must be crazy if you're buying now!

Published 109 days ago

Often when I look at companies at the lower end of AIM I am left struggling to see why on earth anyone is buying it at the current share price.

KAZ Minerals has the potential to become a copper mining giant in the future

Published 118 days ago

After a strong performance during the first half of 2018, copper has been weak and is currently trading at close to its lowest levels since mid-2017. Having hit peaks of more than $7,200/t last June it is now around the $6,000/t area, and although an improvement on the $5,800/t level it started the year at, I would hardly call this slight resurgence a proper bounce just yet. But I do think that is going to come as the metal is too important to stay at these levels for long, especially in light of the fact that many analysts are forecasting a supply deficit in the coming years due to the increasing use of the metal – as I’ve mentioned in the past, electric vehicles will be a factor and use far more wiring than the cars that are currently in common use...

Asiamet Resources is a long term speculative buy with large upside potential

Published 140 days ago

Asiamet Resources (ARS) is one that I have been wrong about in the past, as I wasn’t expecting the share price to drop as low as it has done, but that has been part of a more general trend amongst the AIM resource stocks that aren’t currently generating any revenue.

Highland Gold will shine if gold shows continued strength

Published 143 days ago

Gold has been showing signs of strength of late and moving forwards into 2019 I would definitely be looking to have some in your portfolio, with an equity position in a gold producer being the best option.

Patience will pay longer term with Sirius Minerals

Published 183 days ago

When investing in a company long term it is all about getting in at a good price, rather than having to buy right at the bottom of any temporary dips along the way, as long as things go to plan for the business.

Glencore looks too cheap - I can see why a share buyback is ongoing

Published 189 days ago

A lot of AIM investors seem to view main market larger companies as being boring as you aren’t ever likely to multiply your capital overnight, but conversely it is unlikely that you will ever lose the lot either. By ignoring the larger companies, especially in the mining and oil sectors, you are potentially missing out on some very good gains, and with relatively low risk to your capital as these businesses tend to be so well diversified that any single event is unlikely to cause a complete share price collapse.

Will the fat lady soon be singing for Mowana - Cradle Arc looks screwed!

Published 193 days ago

On the face of it I can see why some investors have been drawn to Cradle Arc (CRA), as it is actually producing copper and has a market cap of just £2.5 million, but there could well be good reason for its shares appearing to be cheap.

Keep buying any weakness in Centamin as the company is now back on track

Published 196 days ago

Centamin (CEY) has had a bad run of form of late, but I believe that this is just a temporary blip in its fortunes and it presents a fantastic buying opportunity for the future.

You'd have to be crazy to invest in Bellzone now - avoid like the plague!

Published 209 days ago

A few weeks ago I covered the fact that Bellzone Mining (BZM) looked to be in serious trouble, and following recent developments it looks in an even worse state now. This share has been a recent favourite of the pump and dump crews, as the uncertainty over its future has caused the share price to be incredibly volatile and no doubt some will have made money from these daily fluctuations. But what really amazes me is that so many PIs seem willing to buy into a share which already had a very high chance of failure, and even more so now.

Things look very bleak for Bellzone Mining

Published 228 days ago

It never ceases to amaze me how much of a gamble some PIs will take with their money, even when the company itself has warned that it is in real trouble and it is almost impossible to see a way out of a bad situation which would result in a higher share price.

Brian McMaster of Jangada Mines is a lying bastard who should be charged like Elon Musk after bailout placing at 3p

Published 234 days ago

Back in June I wrote a piece suggesting that Jangada Mines (JAN) would raise further funds at a significant discount, and at the time I was shot down by many, including some market commentators.

Edenville Energy looks a long way from becoming profitable - avoid

Published 237 days ago

If AIM gave out awards for achieving little and issuing billions of shares, then Tanzanian coal miner Edenville Energy (EDL) would be high up the list to receive one!

Atalya offers good exposure to copper plus has plenty of growth potential

Published 245 days ago

Spanish copper miner Atalya Mining (ATYM) has seen its share price drop back recently, but then the situation has been similar on most producers in this sector and has come as a result of weakness in the commodity price rather than anything company specific.

Fresnillo offers a great way to have some silver exposure in your portfolio

Published 265 days ago

Silver has performed very badly in recent months and has hit the lowest levels that we have seen since the start of 2016, but there are plenty of reasons why you should have some exposure to the metal in your portfolio. 

Keep buying Central Asia Metals for long term rewards

Published 266 days ago

When you find a resources company that has plenty of growth potential and you like both the fundamentals and the management team behind it, then it often makes sense to build up a long term position in it over a period of time.

Tipsters sentiment mirrors mining sector performance in 2018

Published 268 days ago

It’s been a tough few months for the mining sector in 2018, with the All Share Mining Index down over 10% since the beginning of the year and mining shares hitting a two-year low last week. Precious metal miners in particular have suffered a rough summer; the price of gold now sits at $1,196, down from $1304 on 1st January, while Holders of some of the larger companies in this sector – such as Fresnillo (FRES)Centamin (CEY) and Hochschild (HOC) – will have seen the losses of over 30%. It’s not all doom and gloom in the sector though: success stories can be found amongst the small-caps, with Gem Diamonds (+57% in 2018) and Atalaya Mining (+26.1%) heading the list of miners that have provided strong returns so far.

Why I would add more Randgold Resources whilst it is relatively cheap

Published 281 days ago

When a sector is showing weakness it can be tempting to sell up and move into something else, but often if you are in for the longer term then this is actually the time to be adding to your investment.

Yet More Signs that the Feisty Footsie Will Keep On Marching North.

Published 317 days ago

Hello Share Twiddlers. Despite the worries of an uncertain world, economically speaking, there have been some jolly signs recently that share prices could move ahead. I know there are warning signals out there to counter any undue optimism, but they don’t seem to be having an effect, do they?

Avesoro Resources - strong performance is set to continue: the shares are a buy

Published 326 days ago

It often pays to be wary of companies that haven’t lived up to expectations in the past, but there are exceptions to that if the company fundamentally changes, especially if conditions in the market in which it operates also improves at the same time. 

Yet another pump is underway at Greatland Gold

Published 330 days ago

The longer you follow the lower end of the AIM market, the more you realise that big share price movements are often more a result of a concerted pump than related to actual news that has been released.

Buy the dip on Central Asia Metals

Published 345 days ago

Central Asia Metals (CAML) has been a favourite of mine for some time now and with this company I think it is very much a case of letting your winners run, as I can still see plenty of upside in the coming months and years.

Centamin offers exposure to gold at a great price currently - buy

Published 350 days ago

Centamin (CEY) has taken a big hit to its share price over the past week or so and has seen getting on for £400 million wiped off of the value of the company.

The warning signs were there for Weatherly International

Published 351 days ago

When news came on Friday that trading in the shares of Weatherly International (WTI) had been suspended and that the company was being placed into administration, unfortunately it didn’t really come as much surprise to me.

UK Investor Show 2018 Video Gold & Mining session - Frisby, Van Dyke, Atherley et al

Published 380 days ago

 Chaired by Brian Kinane of Riverfort this was a real clash of ideas and featured Dominic Frisby, Paul Atherley of Berkeley (BKY), Richard Poulden of Wishbone (WSBN), Peter Bird of Asiamet (ARS) and - making a very welcome return - Amanda Van Dyke, now a fund manager.

Why does Avesoro Resources look so cheap on paper?

Published 400 days ago

West African gold miner Avesoro Resources (ASO) hadn’t been performing as well as investors had hoped since it started production, but things finally seem to all be coming together now.

The uranium market looks set for an upturn and Berkeley Energia will benefit - buy

Published 415 days ago

Berkeley Energia (BKY) was once one of the more popular shares on AIM, and there was plenty of interest as its share price rose steadily on speculation.

For some cheap exposure to gold, take a look at Highland Gold Mining

Published 417 days ago

Given what is going on in the markets and world in general at the moment, it would seem silly not to have gold featuring somewhere in your portfolio.

Hard to see how Weatherly will escape drowning in a sea of debt

Published 427 days ago

One of ShareProphets regular readers, Wildrides, has asked me to take a look at Weatherly International (WTI), and as I do follow the mining sector quite closely, I am happy to give my thoughts on the company.

Crusader Resources IPO should see plenty of interest

Published 433 days ago

Generally, I’m wary of the reasons for companies which are already listed on other exchanges deciding that they want to be dual-listed on the AIM market. This is especially the case when it comes to ASX companies operating in the natural resources sector, as in general the track record for those hasn’t been great, with often very little of substance being achieved despite large sums being raised on AIM. There are exceptions though...

Online Blockchain - does a fashionable name really justify a higher market valuation?

Published 434 days ago

Currently it seems that the mere mention of cryptocurrency or blockchain can drive investors into a frenzy, with people thinking that the new Bitcoin is about to be born, when the actual reality is that most of these companies will ultimately fail. It seems to be a bit of a ruse that is being used at the lower end of AIM, whereby the company announces some sort of involvement in this field, knowing that it will gain some interest as a result.

If you want to invest in lithium, don't ignore Bacanora

Published 463 days ago

Lithium has been all the rage amongst AIM investors over the past few years, but the reality is that many of the projects which people have been getting excited about will fail to ever actually produce anything.

Randgold can overcome the problems in the Congo - buy

Published 463 days ago

It isn’t often that I look at shares in a FTSE100 company and can easily see a very high chance of a 25% or more gain in share price over the coming months.

Is Lionsgold really worth £19 million currently?

Published 486 days ago

The rise in shares of Lionsgold (LION) has got the attention of many, and it certainly looked as though news was leaked prior to an RNS later in the day. Having seen the share price dropping steadily of late, it suddenly surged more than 40% on much higher than normal volume. Initially it looked like just another pump, as this share has been very popular with private investors ever since its share price rose by around 500% in December and is very volatile, but then an RNS dropped informing the market that it was making a new investment, and it ended the day up nearly 90% at 4.55p on the ask.

Despite a big drop in share price Greatland Gold still looks expensive

Published 489 days ago

Investors who believed all the hype surrounding Greatland Gold (GGP) received a nasty shock this week when the share price collapsed, but for many of us who have been around the market for a while it didn’t really come as much of a surprise.

Tri-Star Resources - what is the end game for Odey?

Published 494 days ago

I can see why holders of Tri-Star Resources (TSTR) would be less than impressed with the recent open offer, especially given the huge discount to the share price prior to that. This isn’t a company which I have really followed closely in the past, but the recent large fundraising at a 92% discount to the previous share price, and subsequent approval at the general meeting this week, got my attention.

Andrew Monk's call on commodity prices and SIX small miners to buy

Published 495 days ago

After his (belated) return to his desk Andrew Monk of VSA Resources has sent out another big report today to those lucky enough to be on his private email list. This time it is mining stocks. Over to the Monkey... 

Premier African continues to fail to deliver

Published 498 days ago

There was a time when Premier African Minerals (PREM) looked to have genuine potential, but in the few years since then it has consistently disappointed investors and is now trading at a fraction of the share price it once hit.

Sirius Minerals has great long term investing potential

Published 508 days ago

Sometimes investing takes a lot of patience, but if you are in at a fairly early stage and are prepared to hold long term, then you can reap the rewards whilst others are left wondering why they never bought any shares whilst the price was still relatively cheap.

New acquisition adds to the long term potential of Horizonte - buy

Published 516 days ago

I have been a big fan of Horizonte Minerals (HZM) for some time now, and am even more so following an acquisition announcement. The market didn’t take the news that this AIM listed mining company, with operations in Brazil, had acquired a further nickel-cobalt project particularly well - the shares down by over 6% to 4p on the ask, but I suspect that was largely as a result of an issue of equity coming at the same time, rather than a reflection of what people think of the newly acquired Vermelho project, which Horizonte now owns 100% of.

Sula Iron and Gold switches its focus to cobalt

Published 517 days ago

Sula Iron and Gold (SULA) has been a massive disappointment to investors in recent years, like so many other junior miners on the AIM market. It is also following a similar path to many others before it, in that it is on the verge of changing its name, as well as focussing the business in a different direction, but still within the mining sector.

When gold bounces Centamin will shine

Published 529 days ago

Gold has been very difficult to read lately, with a lot of the swings making very little sense in the context of the events that have been driving them.

Huge rise in Lionsgold shares despite 'no reason' statement from the board!

Published 531 days ago

No matter how long you have been around the AIM market, there are often moves which seem to make little or no sense, especially amongst the smaller companies.

Blenheim deals look expensive for existing shareholders

Published 536 days ago

Twitter and the bulletin boards were awash with people saying how great the Blenheim Natural Resources (BNR) news was this morning, but having had a good read myself I think they may have been over-egging it somewhat!

Stronger nickel prices will help Horizonte Minerals reach production

Published 582 days ago

Nickel prices have performed strongly in recent months and are currently up around 30% from the lows which they hit during the early part of the summer.

Australian gold rush has given Greatland Gold a boost, but will it last?

Published 589 days ago

I’ve been following the Greatland Gold (GGP) story with interest, but have to admit that I remain very sceptical at this stage, especially given the rise in share price that the company has enjoyed recently.

Debt financing would give Vast Resources a boost - speculative buy

Published 590 days ago

The hardest thing for many of the smaller miners is actually making it to the production stage, and there are many that never get that far.

A glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel for Ferrum Crescent?

Published 591 days ago

Regular readers here will know that I’ve not exactly been a big fan of Ferrum Crescent (FCR), but there could now be a slight glimmer of hope for anyone trapped in this serial underperformer.

Goodwin – full-year results, sufficient value to compensate for “continued tightening”?

Published 635 days ago

With I having questioned in March 2:15pm ‘Interim Management Statement’ a cause for alarm?, mechanical and refractory engineering company Goodwin (GDWN) has now announced results for its year ended 30th April 2017…

Kaz Minerals offers a buying opportunity on this dip

Published 645 days ago

Kaz Minerals (KAZ) is a great example of the extent that commodity prices can effect larger miners, and the recovery in copper prices has seen the share price trading at multiples of where it was just 18 months ago.

Sylvania continues to deliver a strong performance - buy for the longer term

Published 658 days ago

Sylvania Platinum (SLP) is a company which I’ve followed for quite some time and hold shares in myself - and I view today’s unexpected acquisition news as being positive for the company moving forwards.

Asiamet is well placed to benefit from future copper shortages

Published 659 days ago

Copper prices have remained volatile but continue to push higher, and if this continues it will be a very bullish signal for both producers and those looking to bring new projects online.

Central Asia Metals looks a great longer term investment in copper

Published 668 days ago

On the AIM market these days it seems as though many would far rather buy into the latest pump and dump on a piece of junk, than invest in a company that is actually running its business properly and making money. The problem with putting your money into junk is that at some point true value normally shines through and the resultant share price crashes can be spectacular.

Silver is due a bounce - Hochschild will benefit

Published 683 days ago

Silver has been incredibly volatile this year with large swings, but it is now back at a level where I can see a good chance of a bounce coming, and that in turn offers upside on producers of the precious metal.

Jubilee Platinum continues to make progress: BUY

Published 704 days ago

Shares in Jubilee Platinum (JLP) have taken a bit of a battering in recent months, but I can still see plenty of upside here on any sort of positive reversal in platinum prices, and it is also worth remembering that other platinum group metals have been more robust.

Time to buy Vedanta before the release of results in the UK

Published 729 days ago

Vedanta Resources (VED) was one of my best performing shares during 2016, and after a significant pullback in the share price in recent months it is well worth considering buying back in at current levels.

Disappointing updates from Lonmin suggest further weakness to come

Published 734 days ago

Lonmin (LMI) is a company that I have followed closely for several years, but after the latest updates this week, and with platinum still looking weak, I wouldn’t be in any rush to buy.

Another good update from Randgold Resources - still a buy

Published 742 days ago

I have been a fan of Randgold Resources (RRS) for a long time and the latest update from the company continues to support my bullish view here.

Ariana remains a buy after resource update

Published 746 days ago

I recently wrote a piece HERE expressing my surprise that the share price of Ariana Resources (AAU) had failed to react positively to good news, so it probably shouldn’t have come as a surprise that a decent update on its resource actually resulted in the share price closing slightly lower.

Another decent update from Sylvania Platinum

Published 753 days ago

I’ve been a fan of Sylvania Platinum (SLP) since early last year and during that time the share price has doubled, and the latest operations update has certainly done nothing to alter my view of the company.

Surprising lack of interest in Ariana

Published 754 days ago

Given that the company is now producing gold, I’ve been somewhat surprised by the lacklustre response that the market has given Ariana Resources (AAU) since that news came.

Video: Making money from gold and mining shares, a Main Stage discussion from UK Investor Show 2017

Published 759 days ago

In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Peter Hambro of Petropavlovsk (POG), Tony Manini of Asiamet Resources (ARS), Ross Norman of Sharps Pixley, Paul Atherley of Berkeley Energia (BKY), Dominic Frisby and Brian Kinane of Riverfort Global Capital discuss making money from gold and mining shares. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.

Mining Equities Are Under Appreciated, Inflation Is Coming

Published 771 days ago

This podcast from Palisade follows E.B. Tucker recently attending a conference promoting the housing market, where there seemed to be a lot of interest and several big name speakers. He thinks this is an indication of where we are, as the housing market is cyclical the time to buy real estate was several years ago. Returns in real estate are likely to be remain low. If you're interested you could look at regions with growth, like Brazil where they have better demographics.

The tangled web behind URU Metals

Published 773 days ago

URU Metals (URU) seems to have this RNS lark cracked – if the market hates the first one that you issue, then just word it slightly differently and release news about the same project again the following day. You really couldn’t make it up!

Central Asia Metals - the best value mining stock on the market?

Published 775 days ago

A few weeks back I wrote a piece here suggesting that Central Asia Metals (CAML) was one of the best value mining shares around, and following the release of its final results I believe that to be even more the case now.

If You Expect Gold to Shine, Here's a Company to Look At

Published 776 days ago

Hello Share Tasters. At the big UK Investor Show, just gone, I confided on the stage that I’d invested in Sula (SULA), a gold and iron company, because I read a piece from Uncle Tom on this tremendous website. This quoted another expert who felt that Sula was a possible ten-bagger in the making.

Opportunities Abound in Mining shares, How To Find Them? Gold, Uranium, and Phosphates

Published 806 days ago

2017 will be a lucrative year, as we have seen the bottoming of the bear market. Uranium appears to have reached it’s bottom in early December. We are in the beginning of a new uranium bull market which should last for three to four years. The agriculture minerals are under-invested and phosphates may be a straight forward play. And gold shares will also have a run.

Lonmin offers a leveraged play on platinum prices

Published 806 days ago

Lonmin PLC (LMI) was one of my best performing share tips during 2016, and following the recent pullback I think it is well worth another look.

300,000 people claim to be exploring for a mine - most will never find anything: Rick Rule

Published 814 days ago

In a recent interview with Maurice Jackson, Rick Rule orf the world's largest resource investor, Sprott, explained that out of the roughly 250,000 to 300,000 people involved in mining exploration, the majority will never be involved in the discovery of a single mine. This despite spending most of their life at it—an incredible fact.

The Sula Principal or How I Bought a Mining Share Without Checking All the Facts

Published 823 days ago

Hello Share Trimmers. Though I usually research stocks very carefully, I am one of those idiots that, once in a blue moon, invests in a company I know little about. You get a gut feeling sometimes and somehow don’t want to spoil it by too detailed an examination. One such share for me is Sula (SULA), the gold and iron miner. I saw a glowing piece on this magnificent website not so long back on this stock.

Why it is often difficult to value small resource companies accurately

Published 871 days ago

Valuing small resource companies can be difficult, and often they will appear to be far cheaper than they really are. The bulletin boards, Twitter, etc are full of people extolling the virtues of the companies that they are invested in and pointing out that they should be worth far more than what the share price currently reflects.

Gold Producers Have Underperformed And Will Continue to Lag – How To Take Advantage Of The Recent Gold Correction

Published 888 days ago

In the mining sector, there is an old adage that is often invoked at the beginning of a new bull market – “producers will move before explorers and developers.” It might make intuitive sense, but the adage rings false claims Palisade Capital in its latest research. Over to the broker...

Why on earth are people still buying Amur after a £66 million rise in market cap!

Published 895 days ago

When a small mining company sees its market cap increase by over £66 million in the space of a month without any corresponding news to support such a rise, you have to wonder at the sanity of private investors who are still piling into the share.

Horizonte has great potential as a junior nickel miner

Published 914 days ago

As many experts continue to get it wrong on a regular basis, it is very hard to predict where commodity prices could go in the next few years, but I can see upside for nickel miners.

Anglo American May Lead the March of the Miners

Published 914 days ago

Hello Share Twiddlers. I’ve not looked at the giant miner Anglo American (AAL) for some years now. In general, mining companies have not inspired optimists like me over the last few years. The carnage has been terrible. But I’m getting the feeling that all the over-selling has come to an end now, to be replaced by the opposite activity.

More Support Rolls in for a Coppery Rally

Published 915 days ago

Hello Share Splodgers. My last modest piece reflected the view of smarter investor Wildrides that two copper miners might be worth a look. He bases that view on the rising price of copper which had been depressed for a long time.

Wild Rides Rides Again with Two Coppery Commendations which Are Not At All Wild

Published 916 days ago

Hello Share Jumpers. When I suggested we take another look at the four British banks this week, I got a rather predictable comment from one of Shareprophets' most entertaining members, Wild Rides. You may have discovered from some of his other posts that Wilders dislikes the UK banks after burning his fingers on Lloyds Group (LLOY). 

Only 5-10% of mining companies have anything in the ground but you can buy 100 baggers from here - Doug Casey

Published 941 days ago

He has just published a novel,  “Speculator- High Ground”,  which he is plugging hard but mining guru Doug Casey also has a few things to say about the mining sector which may surprise you. Notwithstanding the fact that up to 95% of mining companies have nothing to mine, Doug is mega bullish.

Ovoca is trading at a fraction of cash value - buy!

Published 946 days ago

Many AIM companies look vastly overvalued and are largely reliant on sentiment revolving around the future development of assets in the ground to support their market cap.

People must be mad paying this much for Strategic Minerals shares!

Published 949 days ago

It never ceases to amaze me how small AIM companies can sometimes continue to see large share price rises, even once the company has put out a statement saying that it knows of no reason for the recent rise!

Time to sell Glencore (and other big miners) before the markets take a tumble

Published 957 days ago

I have been very pleased with the way that Glencore (GLEN) has performed since I covered it here a few months back, but I now feel that it is time to cash in, at least for the time being.

Sirius Minerals will offer cheaper buying opportunities

Published 973 days ago

Sirius Minerals (SXX) has made good progress with its polyhalite fertiliser project so far and ultimately it will also be of benefit to the UK economy, but I struggle to see the share price going much higher in the shorter term.

The Chairman's Blog 12: Sir Benjamin Dover of Global Mining Endeavours getting into Bath with Miss Skirt

Published 982 days ago

Following the example set by Paul Warwick the chairman of worthless penny stock Andalas (ADL) in starting a blog, Sir Benjamin Dover of AIM listed Global Mining Endeavours has decided to follow suit and like Paul promises to be Candid in his approach. Blog number twelve....

Is the appointment of a new broker a sign of more dilution to come at Alexander Mining?

Published 990 days ago

When it comes to small AIM companies the appointment of a new broker can often be an indication that dilution is on the way, and I have to wonder if that is the case with Alexander Mining (AXM).

I'm getting a feeling of deja vu with Alexander Mining!

Published 994 days ago

The market got rather excited last week about news of a licence agreement for Alexander Mining (AXM), but when you take a closer look it is hard to see why!

What's all the fuss with Arian Silver - it still looks terrible and is going nowhere fast!

Published 998 days ago

For some reason Arian Silver (AGQ) seems to be a favourite with PIs, but it seems to be just another AIM resource company that has achieved very little during its life and looks to be on its last legs!

Orosur Mining – Excellent work done on the ground, but when will shareholders be rewarded?

Published 1000 days ago

Orosur Mining (OMI) is one of the higher-quality gold plays on the market. It operates the only gold-producing mine in Uruguay, where it has controlled costs and produced some excellent results in recent years. But this morning brings news that an NED has almost halved his stake, which reminds me of the bear case here.

Is it time to think about banking a healthy profit on Centamin?

Published 1007 days ago

Centamin (CEY) has proved a great example that it is possible to buy shares based on them being fundamentally too cheap, and then hold until the company recovers and you can reap the rewards.

Eurasia is on the verge of production - buy

Published 1024 days ago

Eurasia Mining (EUA) has been a favourite of mine for a couple of years now and it looks as though the long wait is finally about to come to fruition as production gets underway and that will send the share price zooming ahead.

Alecto Minerals at 0.08p worth 0.31p claims Belfort Securities

Published 1032 days ago

I really don't take any notice at all of most (no make that nearly all) resaerch from Beaufort Securities but its mining analyst Sheldon Modeland is a sensible fellow and thus I bring you his latest note on Alecto Minerals (ALO). 

Fresnillo has got ahead of itself - time to bank profits

Published 1048 days ago

When you invest and trade based on value as you see it at the time, that can quickly change, and even with companies that you have a lot of faith in there can come a time when they can start to look expensive.

Plastics Capital – after interim numbers failed to impress, what about the full-year?

Published 1050 days ago

Having sold on the Nifty Fifty subscription site last year at above 100p, the following updates on Plastics Capital (PLA) with the shares currently at 93p following results for its year ended 31st March 2016…

Alexander Mining has more dilution to come

Published 1051 days ago

Alexander Mining (AXM) seems to be popular amongst PIs at the moment, but I wonder how much of that actually relates to the performance of the company rather than being linked to the recent placing and warrants!

Buy Glencore on any short term weakness

Published 1068 days ago

A couple of months ago I covered Glencore (GLEN) as a short, but I now think it is time to consider closing and looking to go long on the shares, especially on any dips.

Why BHP Billiton Shares May Have Been Oversold and Could Now Be a Bargain.

Published 1070 days ago

Hello Share Swipers. BHP Billiton (BLT) is a famous mining and oil producing company. It provides us with iron ore, copper, diamonds, aluminium, the ebony nectar and natural gas.  I can imagine in my mind's eye many of you are now heading for the door. But hang on a bit. Not only is the oil price rising, but this company has been held down by issues which may have been overdone.

Getech – another profit warning, how’s the “strong financial position” looking now?

Published 1074 days ago

Having emphasised caution on shares in provider of data, studies and services to the oil, gas and mining exploration sectors, Getech (GTC) at 37.5p HERE, the following updates with them currently a further couple of percent lower, at 26p, on the back of a “Trading Update” with regard to the company’s year to end July 2016…

Video: Amanda Van Dyke, Peter Hambro et al - the Mining Session at UK Investor

Published 1098 days ago

The afternoon at UK investor Show kicked off with the mining session chaired by Amanda van Dyke. Gold was the main focus and on stage with Amanda were Dominic Frisby, John McGloin of Amara (AMA), Peter Hambro of Petropavlovsk (POG), Tony Manini of Asiamet (ARS) and Ross Norman, the very sharp boss of bullion dealer Sharps Pixley

Friday game: Who wants to be an African Mining Multi Millionare?

Published 1102 days ago

Okay this game is really simple. Pictured below are four players well known to the AIM casino resources game. All you have to do is name the four and match how much they are personally thought to have made from listed Africa plays. Sadly investors in their companies are not eligible to play "who wants to be a millionaire" as they have largely done their conkers. Anyhow, over to you dear readers.

BREAKING: The Uramin Scandal - another shocker for AIM, damning Canadian Report & arrests in France

Published 1113 days ago

The sale of AIM & TSX listed Uramin to France's Areva is shaping up to be the biggest scandal in the world of mining since Bre-X. It has almost brought down Areva and in France the husband of the head of Areva has already had his collar felt within the past few weeks for insider dealing and money laundering. Our source at the heart of the investigation indicate other arrests are imminent. And the scandal is also threatening to bounce back to the AIM casino.

BlueBird Merchant Ventures - first mining IPO for 8 months - we have a small flutter

Published 1132 days ago

I really hate backing IPOs. Many companies just struggle to adjust to life as a public company, it is like those cricketers who are great at proper cricket but just can't make the adjustment to the pyjama game. Whatever. We have had a small exposure (well not that small actually) today in Bluebird Merchant Ventures (BMV) - Bluebird Mining as was -  which is the first mining stock to make it to the London market in eight months.

Tricorn Group – revenue warning & worse to come?

Published 1133 days ago

Tricorn (TCN), which describes itself as a “manufacturer and specialist manipulator of pipe and tubing assemblies to niche markets worldwide in the Energy and Transportation sectors”, has released a “Trading Statement” including that revenue “is lower than anticipated at the time of the group's interim results announcement released on December 2nd 2015 and reflects further slowing in demand from key markets, particularly within the Energy division”. Hmmm…

Sell Glencore - too much future value now priced in!

Published 1148 days ago

Like shares in many larger miners Glencore (GLEN) has enjoyed something of a recovery in recent months, and at times has been trading as high as 150% or so above the lows of 66p that it hit back in September.

Precious Metals, Uranium & Other Key Commodities to Watch

Published 1150 days ago

Thom Calandra invests along side his audience and subscribers largely in natural resource companies. Blue chip stocks are overpriced in Thom’s opinion and the sector where true value can still be found is in mining and energy stocks. The recent small rebound has renewed interest and increased appetite for risk, but will it continue?

KAZ Minerals has risen too much too quickly - bank profits!

Published 1153 days ago

KAZ Minerals (KAZ) has made a fantastic comeback in recent months, but has now reached a level where I think that the risk versus reward has swung in the other direction, and I’d be more inclined to be selling the shares rather than looking to buy.

Q&A with Charles Barclay of Bluebird Merchant Ventures

Published 1155 days ago

Bluebird Merchant Ventures is set to list on the Standard List of the main market this week. We have a few shares in this company, let us be upfront about that. The CEO of Bluebird is Charles Barclay and I asked him a few questions ahead of the IPO

It's Him, TYM! Mining for Toothpaste and Telescopes and Possibly Worth a Punt.

Published 1185 days ago

Hello Share Swingers. A little miner called Tertiary Minerals (TYM) has graced my modest blog on Shareprophets before now. In the past, it’s been a big winner for me.

Getech Group – following dire profit warning CEO now walks plank, shares still unattractive

Published 1195 days ago

Having followed an August update that “market conditions in the year ahead will remain challenging but, based on the existing contracts and continued client interest, the directors remain optimistic for the future” with a November warning that “there remains considerable uncertainty about the state of the market and… accordingly we believe the year ahead will be trading substantially below current market expectations”, Getech Group (GTC) has now announced that “Raymond Wolfson is stepping down as Chief Executive Officer and director of the company with effect from no later than 31 July 2016”

Tom Winnifrith's share tip of the year Number 2 - Sell Rare Earth Minerals at 0.7p

Published 1240 days ago

There are number of reasons why Rare Earth Minerals (REM) is a slam dunk sell. So many that it is hard to know where to begin. But we might as well start with the macro scene and a very important article that appeared on this website a few minutes ago.

SP Angel Morning Mining Note - Anglo Asian Mining, Amara, Minera IRL, Premier African Minerals, SolGold and Stellar Diamonds

Published 1273 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ), Amara Mining (AMA), Minera IRL (MIRL), Premier African Minerals (PREM), SolGold (SOLG) and Stellar Diamonds (STEL) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

Cambridge prepares £4m AIM comeback

Published 1291 days ago

Stand by for the proposed AIM re-float of Cambridge Mineral Resources, the mining hopeful once headed by colourful entrepreneur David Bramhill, former leading light of Nighthawk Energy and Wessex Exploration. Cambridge, which had dabbled in gold projects from Bulgaria to Colombia before bowing out of AIM in 2009 at a fraction of its original 16p float price, will seek between £1 million and £4 million in an AIM re-launch in the first quarter of 2016, to develop the large-scale Masa Valverde zinc, copper and gold project in southern Spain’s Andalucia region, says chief executive officer Mark Slater.

SP Angel Morning Mining Note - Antofagasta, Minera, Noricum Gold, Northcote Energy, Petra Diamonds & Wolfe Minerals

Published 1300 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Antofagasta (ANTO), Minera (MIRL), Noricum Gold (NMG), Northcote Energy (NTC), Petra Diamonds (PDL) & Wolfe Minerals (WLFE) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

Berkeley’s uranium plan wins approval

Published 1306 days ago

Spain-focused uranium play Berkeley Energy (BKY) says it expects to start site work in mid-2016 at its key Salamanca project in west-central Spain following official approvals from the country’s Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism, the European Union and various, national, regional and provincial authorities. Listed on AIM and Down Under, the company’s shares have nearly doubled since midsummer to 20.75p, as investigation of the project continues to show encouraging volumes and grades, at a time when new nuclear power projects, which need uranium, are under active discussion in the United Kingdom and around the world.

SP Angel Morning Mining Note: Kefi, Richland Resources, Galileo Resources and Griffin Mining

Published 1309 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Galileo Resources (GLR), Griffin Mining (GFM), Kefi Minerals (KEFI) and Richland Resources (RLD) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining Note Glencore, Avalon Minerals, Caledonia Mining, Savannah Resources and Solgold

Published 1316 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Glencore (GLEN), Avalon Minerals (AVI), Caledonia Mining (CMCL), Savannah Resources (SAV) and Solgold (SOLG) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining note: Vedanta, Glencore, Botswana Diamonds & Golden Saint

Published 1319 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Glencore (GLEN), Botswana Diamonds (BOD), Golden Saint Resources (GSR) and Vedanta (VED) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining Note: Glencore, Berkeley Energy, Gemfields, Noricum, Scotgold and more

Published 1321 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Glencore (GLEN), Firestone Diamonds (FDI), Berkeley Energy (BKY), Gemfields (GEM), Medusa Mining (MML), Noricum Gold (NMG), Paragon Diamonds (PRG), Scotgold (SGZ)and Tertiary Minerals (TYM) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining note: Firestone, Alba and Mariana

Published 1322 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Alba Minerals, (ALBA), Firestone Diamonds (FDI) and Mariana Resources (MARL) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining Note: Central Asia Metals, Glencore, Kefi and Gemfields

Published 1323 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Central Asia Metals (CAML), Glencore (GLEN), Kefi (KEFI) and Gemfields (GEM) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

SP Angel Morning Mining Note: Paragon Diamonds and Aquarius Platinum

Published 1326 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Aquarius Platinum (AQP) and Paragon Diamonds (PRG) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

Mining Stocks May Be a Bargain Now - But I Still Daren’t Risk It.

Published 1328 days ago

Mining shares are at a nasty low at the mo because the Chinese are not buying as many raw materials as they used to. Their GDP has been slowing down just as their shares have tumbled on the Chinese stock exchange.

Xtract Resources: nosedives on disappointing interims, more dilution coming

Published 1329 days ago

Shares in Xtract Resources (XTR) have fallen 20% to 0.24p today on the company’s disappointing interim results. Xtract has been one of the most hyped stocks of 2015, rising from a low of 0.07p to a high of 0.45p on 1 June. Following the inevitable pullback in advance of 29 June’s placement, the share price settled in a range of 0f 0.215p to 0.3p, only to start rallying again last week. Cynics might wonder whether this was a pre-results pump ahead of today’s dump. Certainly anyone who bought in at yesterday’s high of 0.324p is now nursing a hefty loss, within half a trading session. The question now is can Xtract regain its momentum?

Horizonte in $8m deal for Glencore nickel project

Published 1330 days ago

Out-of-favour nickel hopeful Horizonte Minerals (HZM) has agreed to buy financially-strapped mining giant Glencore’s Araguia nickel project in north-central Brazil, near to its own Araguia venture, in a deal which chief executive officer Jeremy Martin says will create a combined operation able to produce 3,000 tonnes a year at a grade of 2% for the first 10 years. Backed by Canadian mining heavweight Teck Resources with a 38% stake, Horizonte, whose shares at 1.65p have fallen from 2006’s AIM float price of30p and a 12-month high of 5.12p, has agreed to pay $8 million (£5.3 million) in stages for the Glencore Araguia Project (GAP) in Brazil’s Para State.

Anglo Asian poised for profits return

Published 1332 days ago

After cutting interim losses 30% to $4.1 million (£2.7 million), AIM dog Anglo Asian Mining (AAZ) expects to return to profits thanks to a new $4.5 million flotation plant now being commissioned to hoist recoveries and copper output from the company’s flagship open-pit Gedabek gold and copper mine in the Caucasian republic of Azerbaijan. At 6.13p, shares in the company, which increased gold production from Gedabek 33% to 35,938 oz. in the six months to June with copper concentrate production 6% ahead to 689 dry metric tonnes, have fallen 92% since its 77p AIM float 10 years ago, but directors now insist Anglo Asian has begun a new chapter.

BHP Billiton continues to offer good value

Published 1334 days ago

It has been a torrid time of late for mining companies in light of low commodity prices, and even the largest ones have struggled. A number of commodities have been showing signs of bottoming out or even having a bit of a bounce though, and with some of these big companies close to their lowest levels since the 2008 crash, I can see good value in some of them. Top of that list would be BHP Billiton (BLT), which is a company that I have covered before at higher levels and still see as a good longterm buy, even more so at the current share price of around 1041p.

Buy Berkeley Energy at a 21p offer

Published 1338 days ago

Investment Case: Sector: “Mining”. Therefore, it is not a surprise that, having been above 100p just over 4½ years ago and 30p 2½ years ago, shares in what was Berkeley Resources, now Berkeley Energy (BKY), traded down towards 11p earlier this year. However, the last few months have seen a recovery to a current 21p offer price

Tom Winnifrith BearCast 4 September - how many AIM oil companies will disappear by April 1?

Published 1354 days ago

What has happened to the IPO of Lenigas Cuba? Only asking. Meanwhile I wonder what percentage of the 100 oil companies on the AIM casino will still be on the casino and engaged in oil by April 1 2016? I suggest three routes by which they will exit stage left and hazard a guess. I reckon it will be 82 left. And I discuss denial in oil versus mining and why I am almost tempted by mining stocks again.

SP Angel Morning Mining Note - Bacanora Minerals, Beowulf & Nord Gold

Published 1361 days ago

John Meyer of SP Angel this morning comments on Bacanora Minerals (BCN), Beowulf (BEM) & Nord Gold (NORD) as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. 

Premier African Minerals has growth potential

Published 1416 days ago

There is always a fair amount of geo-political risk for any mining operation in Africa, and even more so for smaller companies. Any investment in companies operating in this region isn’t one for the risk-averse amongst you, but some of them do have the potential for high returns – although there are also plenty that look better on paper than they are in reality! One Africa-focused miner, which is listed on AIM, that caught my eye recently is Premier African Minerals (PREM).

Orosur prepares for Chile project - speculative buy

Published 1423 days ago

South America-focused gold producer Orosur Mining (OMI) has received the first $850,000 (£566,000) funding tranche from Chilean investment bank Asset Chile in a three-stage $3.5 million earn-in package to explore and develop the Anillo gold prospect in northern Chile. Based in the Uruguayan capital of Montevideo and quoted on AIM and in Toronto, Orosur whose shares have fallen from a 17.25p 12-month high to 9.13p now, sees Anillo as a potential ‘company maker’, though ‘high-risk’, says chief executive officer Ignacio Salazar, partly because of its proximity and likely similarity to Canadian group Yamana Gold’s El Penon mine in the same area, which holds an estimated 2.7 million oz. of gold and 48 million oz. of silver.

African Potash – encouraging news for its long term future

Published 1438 days ago

Encouraging news this morning from African Potash (AFPO) has been greeted with a collective shrug of the shoulders from a sceptical market. As part of its planned strategy for expansion, African Potash has entered into commercial discussions with an agency of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). COMESA is a free trade union for twenty African Member states and, if fruitful, African Potash’s discussions could lead to the development of a clearly defined sales channel for its potash-based fertiliser products across that continent.

Spanish drill cheer for Metal Tiger

Published 1438 days ago

Junior resources investment outfit Metal Tiger (MTR) is savouring encouraging drilling and assay results from its Logosan tungsten and gold joint venture in Extremadura, western Spain, as exploration starts across the globe in East Africa at the company’s Morogoro gold joint venture in Tanzania. AIM-quoted Metal Tiger, whose chairman is geologist and Aussie mining sector player Terry Grammer, says the work at Logosan, with 47 holes drilled and assays for 26 of them so far, indicates ‘significant tungsten mineralisation’ over a 410-metre strike length, citing one hole showing 0.32% W03 tungsten trioxide over eight metres and 0.49% W03 over two metres and another showing 0.63% W03 over two metres.

Xtract lines up new takeover - shares high risk buy

Published 1440 days ago

Expansive and newly popular Xtract Resources (XTR) is poised to make another acquisition, this time of an as yet unnamed South African gold producer capable of delivering 60,000 oz. to 100,000 oz. a year, according to chief executive officer Jan Nelson. Shares in Xtract, highlighted here in April at 0.25p, have bounced from a barely-visible 12-month low of 0.07p to 0.41p, as the company has increased potential resources in and around its three-year Chepica copper and gold project in Chile, and Nelson, ex-boss of Pan African Resources, declares the proposed acquisition, which would involve issuing shares, could ‘seriously transform’ the IM-quoted company’, now valued at £26.25 million.

Armadale agrees Congo funding - shares could re-rate from here

Published 1441 days ago

Shares in longstanding AIM loser Armadale Capital (ACP) have bounced following its heads of agreement with Belgian-owned Congolese group Africa Mining Contracting Services. This ‘introduces’ $20 million (£13 million) of debt to take Armadale’s Mpokoto gold and copper project in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s mineral-rich Katanga province into production next year. Floated nine years ago at 10p as mine drainage specialist Watermark Global, the company has lately seen its shares treble from a bombed-out 0.2p to 0.6p, twice the price of its £270,000 fund raising in March, on the hope that Mpokoto can start producing gold from the first half of 2016 at an annual rate of 25,000 oz. at an ‘all-in’ cost of $720 an ounce, against a present lacklustre gold price of $1,174.80c.

Charaat Gold has very real potential

Published 1476 days ago

Like so many mining companies on AIM, Charaat Gold (CGH) has failed to live up to expectations so far, but that could soon change. The company owns the Tulkabash mine, in the Kyrgyz Republic, and is currently awaiting news on the full Definitive Feasibility Study, due any time now, and from what it has so far released, it looks very interesting.

Video of the Mining Session at UK Investor starring Amanda Van Dyke, Poulden, McGloin & Bell

Published 1487 days ago

Once again this main stage panel at UK Investor Show 2015 was chaired by scruffbum Ben Turney. On the panel were Amanda Van Dyke, John McGloin of Amara Mining, Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources and Richard Poulden of Wishbone Gold.

SP Angel Morning Mining Note - Dalridian, Metminco and Sierra Rutile

Published 1516 days ago

We quite like SP Angel when it comes to research as lead analyst John Meyer is an honest chappie, who produces detailed work and can be critical when needs be. Today's detailed note covers the big stories of the day including Dalridian, Metminco and Sierra Rutile and a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. We have now agreed to carry the SP Angel note every working day going forward.

The SP Angel Morning Mining Note

Published 1519 days ago

We quite like SP Angel when it comes to research as lead analyst John Meyer is an honest chappie, who produces detailed work and can be critical when needs be. Today's detailed note covers Centamin, Conroy and Thor as well as offering a detailed macro view on the news that is shaping global mining and the AIM mining pond. We have now agreed to carry the SP Angel note every working day going forward.

The Worthington Fraud part 11 now to the Mining assets, you could not make this stuff up

Published 1549 days ago

Doug Ware has talked of making Worthington (WRN) the new Hanson, an international conglomerate and a key division of this is its Mining Operation. Sadly the truth about this operation is that it is a total joke as I shall now demonstrate.

Frontier Mining – After hours RNS, proposed DELISTING, down 28% ahead of RNS

Published 1552 days ago

At 5.43pm (no-one-is-watching o’clock) AIM Cesspit listed Frontier Mining (FML) issued this RNS proposing the final shafting of its shareholders. Not only will Frontier delist from AIM, but also from the Kazakh Stock Exchange. Anyone unfortunate enough still to hold this turgid stock will be trapped and their investments essentially become worthless. But at least some fortunate City fellows got out in time! Yes, Frontier plummeted 28% during Tuesday’s session, prior to the announcement. Surely it could not be possible that word got out ahead of the RNS, could it….

Pick Some Companies Which Don't Get What They Sell from the Ground.

Published 1579 days ago

Hello Share Twisters. I opined a few weeks ago that the best course, given the disastrous fall of oil and mining companies, is to focus on firms which don't sell the black stuff or minerals.

Rules 27 & 28 of the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining Shares

Published 1583 days ago

We start today with another excerpt from The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining sharesby myself, Tom Winnifrith, and the young apprentice Ben Turney. Rules 27 and 28 cover Bulletin Board and paid for research. Actually these rules apply to making money from all shares. To download a free copy of the whole book fill in the form here

Gary Newman’s share tips of the year 2015, No 2 – BHP Billiton

Published 1600 days ago

Miners have had a very bad time of late, but that can also lead to some long term bargains like BHP Billiton (BLT) cropping up. 

Rules7 & 8 of the 49 Golden Rules of making Money from oil, gas and mining shares

Published 1611 days ago

Today we bring you rules 7 and 8 from The 49 Golden rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining shares by Tom Winnifrith. To get your free copy of the whole ebook sent to you by Christmas just fill in the form HERE

Amanda van Dyke: The Mining Goddess explains Mining stocks - new video

Published 1620 days ago

The mining goddess, oops I mean guru, was on flying form at the last ShareProphets seminar as she explained how to value mining stocks and whether one should be investing in gold or other metals juniors right now. Amanda will be among the roster of speakers at our Spring seminars which start on Febuary 2, to get priority booking and alerts of them register HERE - the video is below

Rules 47 & 48 of the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, gas & Mining shares

Published 1625 days ago

Another Sunday and another excerpt from the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining shares by Tom Winnifrith and Ben Turney. You can download a free copy of this excellent book by filling in the form HERE

Rules 21 & 22 of the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining Shares

Published 1632 days ago

Today we bring you an excerpt from the book published earlier this year by Tom Winnifrith and Ben Turney. You can order a free copy of the entire book HERE

Rules 5 & 14 of the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from oil, gas & Mining Shares

Published 1646 days ago

Earlier this year Tom Winnifrith & Ben Turney published an e-book “The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining Shares”. We have another 50 copies of this book to give away as a Christmas treat – simply fill in the form HERE. Meanwhile as a taster, here are rules 5 and 14.

The truth about the Federal Reserve & how it destroys sound money

Published 1674 days ago

And now for something a bit different. As you might have guessed I am an Austrian economist – that is to say that I regard the printing of paper money and pointless and wicked. It creates wealth for the few without boosting the economy. It is fair to say that I am not the greatest fan of the Federal Reserve. And as such I heartily recommend this podcast from my colleagues at Palisade Capital with Mr. G. Edward Griffin. Mr. Griffin is the author of the widely popular book, The Creature From Jekyll Island, published in 1994. The topic of the book is The Federal Reserve, and it tells the story of how The Fed was created, for what purpose it was created, and by whom it was created. For all those who believe in sound money…enjoy.

Get FOUR Books by Tom Winnifrith worth £29 for free

Published 1684 days ago

Tom Winnifrith now has FOUR books all written within the past year on sale on Amazon.  Together they cost £29 but you can order all four for FREE today.

Amara Mining – A real rarity a Quality gold stock on AIM

Published 1698 days ago

Amara Mining (AMA) has announced further encouraging drilling results from its Yaoure project in Côte d'Ivoire. Most AIM casino listed gold miners are a total waste of space, Amara is a rare quality play.

Getech Group – largest ever single contract win, shares still a speculative buy?

Published 1714 days ago

Shares in geoscience business specialising in the provision of data, studies and services to the oil, gas and mining exploration sectors, Getech (GTC) currently trade more than 13% higher today, at 64.5p, on the back of an announcement of “its largest ever single new contract, worth $5 million”. I update in the following having last month concluded, at 53p, that the shares looked to have some speculative appeal.

Exclusive Interview with Matt Lofgran of Nostra Terra – buy at 0.34p – target 0.6p

Published 1716 days ago

Following its recent acquisition of a 100% interest in the White Buffalo Prospect from Ward Petroleum located in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming I caught up with Matt Lofgran, CEO of AIM listed Nostra Terra Oil & Gas (NTOG) for a chat and what he said makes this stock look very interesting. 

Rules 13 and 14 of the 49 Golden Rules for Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining shares

Published 1725 days ago

Ben Turney & I recently published a new e-book, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining Shares. You can get a free copy sent to you by filling in the form HERE. But as a taster here are rules thirteen and fourteen.

Rules 8 and 10 of the 49 Golden Rules for Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining shares

Published 1726 days ago

Ben Turney & I recently published a new e-book, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining Shares. You can get a free copy sent to you by filling in the form HERE. But as a taster here are rules eight and ten.

Rules 2 & 7 of the 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining Shares

Published 1729 days ago

Myself & Ben Turney recently published a new e-book, The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas and Mining Shares. You can get a free copy sent to you by filling in the form HERE. But as a taster here are rules two and seven.

Bellzone Mining – How Management Has raped shareholders

Published 1742 days ago

The management of Bellzone Mining (BZM), a company henceforth known as Bellend Mining, has put its own interests ahead of those of shareholders. It continues to do so. And it is not telling investors everything. Oh No. What follows is more nauseating than Tony Blair explaining how he brought peace to Iraq.

Financial Video Postcard #43 – The Real Prospects for Equity Markets

Published 1758 days ago

Sitting next to his newly constructed uber-environmentally eco-loo at his Greek Hovel Tom Winnifrith’s weekly video postcard does NOT mention Quindell (QPP).

Serabi Gold moves into production

Published 1830 days ago

A Chilean retailing dynasty is helping AIM-quoted Serabi Gold (SRB) take two gold projects in northern Brazil into production. The target is to mine 24,000oz of gold this year and between 40,000oz and 45,000oz next. The anticipated costs are projected to fall from around the current expected $1,100/oz to nearer $850/oz. With gold trading at about $1,303/oz and looking fairly stable, this could provide investors with an intriguing opportunity to buy into this sector.

EMED Quarterlies - Buy

Published 1830 days ago

EMED Mining (EMED) has announced results from a “transformational” quarter – in which it received the Unified Environmental Authorisation for the Rio Tinto copper project in Spain , and shortly after was granted ‘Administrative Standing’. So are the shares cheap? Yes.

EMED – down but far from out – Long Chat with CEO: Buy

Published 2418 days ago

AIM listed EMED (LSE:EMED) has been on the point of starting to build a huge copper mine in Spain for ages. But getting the consents needed seems harder than finding a 17 year old virgin in Romford. And EMED is still not there.

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