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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in April 23
Aurelia Metals and Soul Pattison have both come back quite a bit. What are people’s views on them.

Gold price still very strong in Aussie dollars, so would have thought Aurelia should be doing better.

Soul was trading at a very high multiple when it was $30 and looks to have corrected to $24 and to have found a base.

Let me know.
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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in February 27
Glencore is selling down its stake in Aurelia. This in yesterday’s Street Talk of the AFR. Hopefully not a bad sign as I am a holder!

“JPMorgan is seeking buyers for a 5.4 per cent stake in ASX-listed Aurelia Metals on Monday afternoon.

The broker was selling the shares for Glencore Australia Holdings and Singpac Investment Holdings, according to terms sent to fund managers. Both are Glencore entities.

Up for grabs were 47.1 million shares at 86.5¢ each in a trade worth $40.7 million.

The deal was priced at a 6 per cent discount to the last close. JPMorgan was calling for bids by 6pm on Monday”.

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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in February 14
It’s an easy market at the moment. Earnings being reported in the US and Australia have been okay and the Federal Reserve stands ready to lower interest rates and print more money to keep it going. Hard not to pick a stock that’s not going up with the positive sentiment.

I bought flight centre and IVE group today. I think both are cheap and paying good dividends.

Gold has hit $1836 Aussie. So topped up a bit more Aurelia.

Am annoyed with G8 Education. I got blind sided by it’s last announcement which saw the share price get hammered, sold and now it’s flying!!!

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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in January 19
With the US Federal Reserve’s preparedness to exercise patience with further interest rate hikes and now progress being made in the US’ trade war with China, the two big drags on the stock market in December have been removed. I bought Whitehaven Coal yesterday off the back of the excellent discussion and analysis in shareshack. I think it’s a great value play at its current price.

I also bought a small parcel of Aurelia metals. I wanted to have some exposure to gold shares in my portfolio as I’m concerned the US Federal Reserves next move will be to cut rates. I also think the Australian central bank could lower rates to prevent a property market collapse. Were these to happen, I think people may pile into gold as a protection against inflation. So have bought Aurelia for my portfolio in case this happens.
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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in January 10
Why is this stock trading at way below it's peers average PE ratio when it is kicking so many goals?...Show more
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ShareShack user name hidden until logged in January 04
Australian gold price now up to $1,850 as a result of Apple scaring the market with its earnings disappointment, which has got the market worried about a slow down in China. This causes both the USD gold price to rise due to a flight to safety as well as a rise in the Aussie price due to a devaluation in the Aussie dollar, due to the impact a slowdown in China would have on our economy.

Personally, as I’ve mentioned previously, I think the US Fed will reverse course at some stage and lower rates rather than raising them. I also think they’ll resume Quantitative Easing (money printing) to allow companies to pay off the huge amounts of debt on their balance sheets to prevent defaults in a slowing world economy. All of this is good for Gold.

Reason I’m starting a new thread on this is because I’m keen to get ideas on great junior gold producers to add to my watchlist. It would be great to see some posts on these for ShareShare Champions.

Yesterday, Hayden mentioned Aurelia Metals as a quality junior In a comment in a thread. I haven’t had time to research it properly, but I can see why he likes it from this Motley Fool article. Would love to see some posts on others if you have any ideas.
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