Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cic Gold Grp LSE:CICG London Ordinary Share SC0665AHDJ29 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.425p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 -1.4 -1.5 - 1.48

Cic Gold Grp Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/1/2017
15:38
sp still holding up well though.
lithological heterogeneities
13/1/2017
13:51
TD & enfranglais. "That he is back suggests that it is terminal.". Unfortunately for holders of CICC & CICG that appears to be the lkely outcome.
papillon
13/1/2017
08:58
Paps, I had him down as a grim reaper. That he left the boards for a while suggested that the company had a chance. That he is back suggests that it is terminal. Dr TD
the diddymen
11/1/2017
20:14
Pappy - sense2 was always off the register, as IQ is registered from one upwards & 0 was unknown until he was tested!!! This may also be the case with most posters on LSE, the home of basket cases!!
enfranglais
11/1/2017
16:30
leapfrog Posts: 1,879 Observation Opinion: No Opinion Price: 1.425 ..Today 07:40 Seems that Cicg is off the register. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> It appears that leapfrog (originally sense2) is back posting on CICG. Anybody any idea what he means when he posts "Seems that Cicg is off the register"? PS. sense2, along with share-shark, was one of the original "true believers".
papillon
10/1/2017
10:19
What was the number of employees mentioned in that North East England local rag reporting on the wedding attended by share_shark, enfranglais? 26,000? Whatever it was share_shark believed it so it must have been true! LOL. LOL. She also believed the story she was told at the prolonged wedding reception of the US$3m investment in a gold licence that was subsequently sold for US$100m. She couldn't provide any evidence of that deal when questioned about it, instead resorting to personal attacks on the questioners. She was a TRUE believer! LOL.
papillon
10/1/2017
09:13
That's a bit like Stewpid saying he employs thousands of staff. We could all say that if we owned a few shares in a company employing thousands but it does not really hang true!!! There again, has Stewpid or Aymes ever said anything that hang's true?!!!
enfranglais
09/1/2017
14:53
Aymesco1 Posts: 3,438 Observation Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 1.425 Rise Sun 23:01 From my understanding wealthy investors backing CICGroup with net wealth in the Billions!! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> You don't say! I wonder where Aymesco1 got that information from? Only he doesn't quote the source. LOL.
papillon
05/1/2017
16:43
The TRUE BELIEVERS clutch at straws; it's all they have!! Promises!! CICR/CICC was listed for 9 years; 5 years in Canada and 4 years on AIM. During that time plenty of promises were made, but they didn't come to fruition apart from a tiny cash shell listed on the LSE (CICG). The share price performance in Canada was dire; on AIM the share price when it delisted was almost the same as when it floated on AIM. If the TRUE BELIEVERS want to ignore the past and concentrate soley on future promises that's their lookout. Some, such as Aymesco1, are unbelievably gullible. First TRP, then MTV, then PYC and now CICC/CICG. He'll never learn from his mistakes.
papillon
05/1/2017
14:26
I see TD has upset the TRUE BELIEVERS on the lse bb with his post. Why they continue to believe is a complete mystery to me bearing in mind the abysmal past record of the CICC share price when listed in Canada & on AIM. Takes all sorts I suppose. If they want to believe that's their look out (and their money) not mine. By the way the value of the true believers investment in CICC and CICG is currently a BIG FAT ZERO! Best of luck!! You'll need it!!
papillon
04/1/2017
19:32
A "mullionnare" is someone who has been "mullered" a million times by Stewpid & still thinks he is going to make him a millionaire! lol
enfranglais
04/1/2017
16:41
Pilkersa. I will not be caring who makes spelling mistakes ever when I am a "mullionnare" lol.
popples
04/1/2017
11:49
Shame they can't even spell company correctly.
pilkersa
21/12/2016
17:01
Yes, goulding1215, but he is by far the largest shareholder of CIC Capital with 33.3% of the shares currently in issue. According to the CICC web site the BoD have no shares. Hence the BoD might issue the RNS, but the power behind the throne is still SB, so contrary to your assertion he had EVERYTHING "to do with the RNS"!! "Or is that too difficult for your tiny mind" to comprehend? hTTp://ciccapital.com/significantshareholders.html PS. I find your gullibility, irrationality, illogicality and stupidity hugely entertaining, goulding1215. Please keep posting!
papillon
21/12/2016
15:48
He is not a director, so had nothing to do with the rns. So, the rns's comes from the BOD, who have been working diligently in obtaining new contracts. Or is that too difficult for your tiny mind.
goulding1215
21/12/2016
09:47
Has Stewpid been at the 'porky pies' again? What legitimate Company, knowing Stewpid's history & the listing history of CICC & CICG would actually pay it for 'advisory services' or even wish to be linked to 'the Stewpid stable'? Nay lad!!!!!!!!!!!!
enfranglais
20/12/2016
23:52
It'll be interesting to see if you see any of the money you have invested in CICC/CICG again, popples. I wouldn't be prepared to bet on it! However whatever happens won't affect me. I consider myself to be fortunate (and wise) because of that.
papillon
20/12/2016
23:46
Well Aymesco1 is a believer, popples, as the following lse post today shows: Aymesco1 Posts: 3,426 Observation Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 1.425 Rise Today 22:47 I'm waiting for sino, Benix steel & venture steel. As stated before I think there are 11 IPOs to come on board. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> 11 IPO's to follow (according to Aymesco1) and according to CICC the IPO's will be of asset free "shells". Well it's over 2.5 years since CICC was delisted and so far only CICG has IPO'd as a "shell" on the LSE (and even that has been suspended for over a year pending an RTO); at this rate it's going to take over a generation to IPO those 11 companies! LOL. I find this CICC/CICG saga entertaining. I also find the Worthington saga entertaining. That's no doubt because I have no money invested in any of these companies. For those who have it can't be so funny. Still that's the risk you take when one invests in very speculative cash strapped shares whose founders and main shareholders have very colourful pasts (to put it mildly!).
papillon
20/12/2016
23:11
Indeed the saga continues. Still think we will not relist? I wouldn't bet on it.
popples
20/12/2016
13:28
And the saga continues!!!!!!!!!!!!!! havegun Posts: 415 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 1.425 Rns Today 11:11 CIC Capital Ltd Corporate Update RNS Number : 3583S CIC Capital Ltd 20 December 2016 CIC CAPITAL LTD Corporate Update CIC Capital Limited ("CIC Capital" or the "Company") is pleased to provide the following update. PROGRESS OF COMPANY LISTING The Company continues on the path of listing on a European exchange. The uncertainty created by the Brexit referendum has lead the Company to explore the opportunities that may be presented by European bourses in a post Brexit environment. The Company has been advised that it may leverage prospectus approval by the UK regulator by publishing and passporting to another jurisdiction to seek listing. The Company will continue to focus its efforts to gain prospectus approval to be followed by publication and listing on the selected market. The UK is the only jurisdiction that has an eligibility approval process of all the designated exchange under section 1005 UK Tax Act 2007. OPERATIONS The Company has secured an additional two new clients (detailed below) through the efforts of the Directors. The securing of these new clients is considered to be a fundamental change in the Company. The original clients of the Company, CIC Gold Group Limited, CIC Brancepeth Coal Limited, CIC Fuels Limited and Sino Oil Group Limited were as result of the spin out of the advisory services of CIC Capital Fund Ltd, a Canadian public close ended public fund. Arts Auction Limited, a leading global arts auction company, has appointed the Company to provide advisory services. The Company has been paid the cash portion of the agreed service fee, namely US$115,000 and will benefit from equity position in the client company on completion of the assignment. Metal World Co. Ltd. (Japan), a metals technology company, has appointed the Company to provide advisory services. The Company will receive fees in the form of an equity position in the client company on completion of the assignment. FINANCIAL POSITION The company has an existing convertible loan provided by CIC Capital Fund Ltd a Canadian public close ended fund for £2,589,754 to fund working capital budget. On publication of the prospectus, the Company will draw down in part or all of the remaining £1,098,673 available through this facility. This loan facility is at no interest as the Company was created as a spin out of the advisory services business of CIC Capital Fund Limited and would be a conflict of interest and self-dealing by CIC Capital Fund Limited whilst there exists no other competitor loan facility. In addition the Company holds marketable securities in CIC Gold Group Limited (listed Company on the main board London Stock Exchange suspended pending RTO) of 35,840,000 shares, representing 8.34 % of the company based on the detail of CIC Gold Group Limited RNS announcement of 16 June 2016 and associated company circular. The Company continues to operat
papillon
19/12/2016
23:58
After all you have detailed in your post, TD, I just can't understand why havegun, Aymesco1, Joe Yangtze and sage remain so positive about CICG, CICC, etc. It beats me. I can only assume the poor deluded fools are suffering from some form of brain injury since their continued belief is on a par with those who think the Earth is flat!! Why some investors can't seem to face up to reality never ceases to amaze me. It's the same with some WRN diehards. They must surely realise that a staightforward RTO like that proposed by CICG shouldn't take over a year. Who in their right mind would think it's all the fault of the authorities? I wouldn't buy a used car off of the crew behind WRN; similarly with those behind CICC & CICG. I thought at one time that CICG would relist, but I don't think so now; it's gone on far too long. CICC appears to have been a complete fantasy company. Where are the accounts? Where are the assets? Where have they gone? If the assets existed why are the proposed subsiduaries to be listed now all "shell" companies? To paraphrase Winston Churchill "I cannot forecast to you the action of CICC. It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma"
papillon
19/12/2016
21:21
Paps, thanks for copying the dodo post. I wondered why there was a gap - mine was deleted, I can only think because I had re-posted a post. The approach of dodo is precisely that, unless there is shareholder activism directors will never explain their actions. Fatboy still needs to advise shareholders why, if we pull the script together, he has materially lost all of the reserves of the old CICC. The inaction, waffle, and porkies is pathetic (Mayfair Offices, wonderfuel (just add water), shell companies, bank accounts that they cannot open, offices which are not where they are supposed to be, contracts which are not contracts, a rotating door on advisors.) It is no wonder the authorities are looking at these re-listings closely. Bollix dodo.
the diddymen
19/12/2016
12:33
It appears that I do jonjo a disservice! He doesn't hold shares in AFPO. Instead he appears to be gloating over the losses of those who do hold AFPO. How ironic! He castigates TD yet does the same thing himself! Perhaps jonjo should crawl back under that "flat stone"!! LOL AFPO RE: trades 8 Dec '16 Of course you will get a Nomad - quick duck flight of flying pigs - also glad not to be an investor but good luck to you trading on IDSX LOL AFPO RE: Still got the contracts 8 Dec '16 So what happened to the Nomad Numptie? Oh look it never happened - by the way how are your shares doing in he lobster pot? Still never mind as you said you know best LOL AFPO Now locked in on a 7 Dec '16 50% spread and 50% rise and dropping - the day traders have run riot and will be out now with a tidy little sum banked, and the greed ramping merchants will now be locked in with the prospect on trading there worthless shares on ISDX - as predictable as it gets and a fine example of MM r4ping investors !!
papillon
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