Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Central Rand LSE:CRND London Ordinary Share GG00B92NXM24 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.015p +1.38% 1.105p 1.09p 1.12p 1.105p 1.09p 1.09p 1,273,947.00 11:11:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 5.5 1.0 1.1 0.9 2.16

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08/12/2016
08:20
Central Rand Daily Update: Central Rand is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRND. The last closing price for Central Rand was 1.09p.
Central Rand has a 4 week average price of 1.20p and a 12 week average price of 1.31p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.08p.
There are currently 195,029,593 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,494,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Central Rand is £2,155,077.
08/12/2016
12:33
badger60: "I wouldn't worry about the low share price"......Of course not, all existing shareholders are ecstatic about it......
04/11/2016
13:07
gc321: He'll probably buy, go quiet till share price rises, sell then bleat on about how terrible anything is day after after, then repeat all over again. He says he held ages ago and sold out. Cant see any other reason why he spends so much time posting other than trying to manipulate share price. Incidentally i dont hold having bought at 1.05 and sold near the latest highs. Will probably be buying soon though at the bottom of the 'trading cycle'...
31/10/2016
10:00
dusseldorf: Pretty sure the update on convertible at 80% (from 90%) was triggered by me (been on hol last week). I contacted the NOMAD before i went (they did not reply) and pointed out that the previous issue prices in no way reflected the terms of the 7th June RNS and the prices issued were simply not possible based on 90% of the 5 average share price. It would appear IMO they have 'always' been using 80% of 5 day average and only now 'corrected' the terms to reflect this. Was considering contacting FSA, but not sure I can be bothered.
11/10/2016
15:29
dusseldorf: keya5000 - The mcap valuation I was working from is the one found by looking at the link provided by tummujin in google finance 44m Rand, which equates to £2.6m mcap on JSE when converted at /17.5 (gets Rands to £'s) - now google is showing 36m Rand mcap. The google mcap looks like it's wrong. The JSE (after some digging) is also 'wrong' as it lists 151m CRD shares in issue, whereas CRND (if equal) has 175m. I will admit if you assume that both sources are wrong and the no. shares is 175m, that JSE is currently listing higher than AIM. So I put my hands up and say I used the mcap from google and the source data looks wrong. However, that side, you cannot compare the two markets as equal when £8000 (trade volume) on JSE CRD can 'move' a price 20-40% (reported), where £400,000 traded on CRND moves it 18-25%. the liquidity in a market provides extreme bias in share price fluctuations. I take any price fluctuation on JSE as purely liquidity driven (basically amplifying momentum) - else the two stocks would always trade on par, which they do not. e.g. Feb peak on CRD was 8.5x the JSE CRD recent market minimum, whereas Feb peak on AIM was 5x the recent market minimum. So JSE IS playing catch-up and has fallen further than AIM. My intention was not to mislead as I am a holder, I just don't see relevance from JSE.
17/9/2016
18:06
hope67: Posts by The Old Trout on iii Those selling this morning might live to regret it quickly imho. I calculate that the tolling agreement will produce annual revenue of around $19.5 million a year at current gold prices. Then we have the additional tailings deposit which is now in the final stages of negotiation, subject to finance. They state that this can be run in tandem with the existing toll processing agreement and there is clearly a large stockpile of the stuff, so let's say annual revenues of around $40m, but how much profit they make on that is anyone's guess at this stage. However, at current share price we have a market cap of only £1.85m, yet the RNS refers to a strategic investment of $4m for less than 50% of the company. That makes the company worth at least $8m or £6m. I therefore believe that there is some substance to Friday's rumour in respect of funding at a substantial premium to Friday's share price. This will also mean less dilution for the investor's existing shareholding and is probably being undertaken in the knowledge that with groundwater levels continuing to fall there is a fantastic resource beneath the surface awaiting exploitation in due course, with the toll processing and tailings agreements keeping the lights on in the meantime. I just wish I had waited until today to add to my holdings instead of Friday :-( I'd be happier if we didn't have a RNS on Monday as it allows more time for accumulation, and last week's RNS provides more than enough justification for that imho. What I didn't state in my last post is that the strategic investment is only in respect of the Netherlands' based subsidiary which according to the website only owns 74% of the principal operating subsidiary: "The group’s principal operating subsidiary, Central Rand Gold South Africa Proprietary Limited, is 74% owned by Central Rand Gold (Netherlands Antilles) N.V., which is wholly owned by Central Rand Gold Limited." So......going back to the sums we have $4m x 2 x 100/74 = $10.8m, which at current exchange rates amounts to £8.32m. Divide that by the 175m shares now in issue and you arrive at a minimum market cap of 4.75p per share. I say minimum because they have stated that they are selling less than 50% of the Dutch registered company, the above sums having to be based on a sale of 50% until we know what the proportion is. These calcs do however lend further credence to the rumour that the funding will be based on a level of 5p per share. FWIW I have added twice this week, but having reflected on it if there is no news on Monday I will be selling off a tranche of another holding to add some more. Hence the strong buy recommendation. Good luck all, Tot
12/9/2016
12:59
the skipper: All you need to know is at current share price CRND has a market cap of only £1.85m, yet the RNS refers to a strategic investment of $4m for less than 50% of the company. That makes the company worth at least $8m or £6m. I therefore conclude that there might well be some substance to Friday's rumour in respect of funding at a substantial premium to Friday's share price.
12/9/2016
12:56
the skipper: All you need to know is at current share price CRND has a market cap of only £1.85m, yet the RNS refers to a strategic investment of $4m for less than 50% of the company. That makes the company worth at least $8m or £6m. I therefore believe that there is some substance to Friday's rumour in respect of funding at a substantial premium to Friday's share price.
02/9/2016
11:29
winston270: temmujin, I was hoping for a more constructive repsonse, seems you're not capable! I've been here a gud while thanks & read your many posts of hearing whispers / immentitent news expected / multi bagger this, that & the other...... These comments seem to give CRND's share price more of a kiss of death, than ceating any positive movement. I've bought in various tranches recently to get my average down.... it's a bottom draw share now, to see if they can finally deliver, by de-watering the mine & become a full scale producer + plus get Puno to cough up!
06/3/2014
11:37
dell1234: CRND share price spike discussed in Shares' market report: http://tinyurl.com/lne2jyc
22/11/2013
22:51
flyingswan: This could move CRND share price if put into operation: My Dear Extemded Family, The following was written at Changi Airport in Singapore on route to Dar es Salaam, East Africa, November 22nd 2013/ My presence in Singapore is a mission for us. Having reported to you the six locations where cash and physical only exchanges for silver and gold were to be established, I did not leave it at that. My staff and I have contacted each proposed exchange in order to determine which of the six held the best promise for the gold market transition phase for price discovery away from paper gold and to physical gold material. My original interest was to join that exchange on behalf of TRX. That desire transmuted itself into putting my shoulder behind that exchange which offers the global window to the real price of gold. That exchange in my opinion is the Singapore Physical Precious Metals Exchange, headed by CEO Victor Foo. Too long has gold suffered from trading in its paper form which was originally conceived of and has continued to live as the means of manipulating the paper price of gold for the benefit of the few. The time is at hand for Free Gold. The mechanism of freeing physical gold from price slavery to paper gold is the present time deletion of future exchange warehouse supply as the real cash price of physical gold exceeds the spot futures paper contract by the cost of shipping, the cost of insurance, and the cost of recasting of Western form 100 ounce gold bars into Asian product demand form. The reported shipment of one billion in gold recently from the USA to the Rand Refinery in the Republic of South Africa was not junk jewelry form as reported. It was rather in the form of 100 ounce Comex bars being shipped to the Rand Refinery for recasting into Asian product, and was sold mainly in China as gold rose in price. I was there as a member of the Comex exchange in March of 1980, the last time the Comex board of directors panicked over the threat of the Hunt Brothers asking for delivery of both gold, silver and copper in excess of, or equal to, the then Comex warehouse qualified for delivery supply. Asian demand for physical gold is now in excess of supply and the declining Comex warehouse supply qualified for delivery. This is the mechanism for the emancipation of Physical Gold from the 41 years of price slavery to paper gold due to the cheap paper mechanism to manipulate the world gold price. With the present time and predictable need to change the delivery mechanism on the COMEX to cash in order to avoid default on delivery, the reign of paper gold is ending. With this end we have the arrival of physical gold as the new discovery mechanism for the price of gold. For the transition to take place it is necessary that we have functional global platforms for the trading of physical metals between peers of merit and a transparent price for global physical gold that exists nowhere for even professional public consumption. There has been a clarion call from the long suffering holders of gold shares and investment gold for the Chief Executive Officers of gold companies to identify and take definitive action to end the slavery of the gold price to the mechanism of manipulation, the paper gold market. The advent of global platforms for and the true revelation to the gold public of the real gold price, the physical cash price on a 24 hour basis in the answer. The cost of trying to manipulate this public physical price wherein delivery must be immediately made or payment presented immediately in full makes it too expensive to manipulate the gold price on a consistent basis. The paper gold market cannot move far away from the real physical price when the real physical price is globally known. Therefore to manipulate price the tricksters will have to participate on the physical exchanges thereby increasing their cost of their operation by orders of magnitude. That huge increase in the cost of moving price at will is the beginning of the end of paper gold ruling the physical gold price. That substantial increase in the cost of operation is the beginning of the physical gold market taking the position as the true discovery mechanism for the global price of gold. It is the beginning of the end of the reign of paper gold. We CEOs of gold companies owe our stockholders economic production and all of our efforts to defeat the plans of the tricksters and their paper machinations that cost near to nothing and results in gold moving such as $1900 to $1200 when the true demand for physical over ground gold was on the rise and not on the fall. Where demand exceeded supply as paper gold was forced by bullies down from $1900 to $1200. This dichotomy in price is only viable via paper gold manipulation and must end here and now. To that object of "Free Gold" and the economic production of gold, I dedicate all my strength, all my contacts of 53 years in the business, all my knowledge of how to, and my capital. Respectfully yours, Jim Sinclair
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