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 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments - - - - 1.48

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Cic Gold Grp Daily Update: Cic Gold Grp is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CICG. The last closing price for Cic Gold Grp was 1.43p.
Cic Gold Grp has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 103,590,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Cic Gold Grp is £1,476,157.50.
genises: Yep you have got one thing right SS was gullible to take shares in cicgold before iPo with Stuart trying to warrant the share price at 30p.Not the only shareholder who invested pre iPo so she said. The meal they had was an expensive one. Moved on and recovered my investments in the last 7 months in both companies with a miserable £1,000 and don't take advice with out DYOR
bookemlockem: 342W Posts: 2 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 1.425 View Thread (2)RE: Posters all Today 13:04 Joe grow up. Just because you don't like some else's comments doesn't give you the right to call for their ban. Condor is by far the most level headed poster on here. He posts informative comments that none of the bulls have addressed or dare to address. Everything from the bulls is always blue sky and no rain. His projections of the CICG price ever since float has been far more closer than any of the bulls predicted, and so by that metric he is correct. His posts are extremely relevant and address issues that all small cap explorers have to go through in their life cycle. He has shattered the silly idea that they can develop a feasibility study and bankable reserves in 4 to 5 months. Anyone who has been involved in small cap mining explorers knows that's just not true. It takes years and millions in capital expenditure to reach that stage. So I suggest you grow up and instill in yourself some tolerance. If you can't handle his views, then filter him. This isn't North Korea so don't act like we are. Telling people to complain to LSE in an attempt to ban him is just downright malicious and a sign of weakness and insecurity.
philfromfrance: Think that 'the fat controller' has lost control here or has given up on his MO (churn, churn & more churn), as it would appear that the UKLA has grown 'baby teeth' & even 'TOXCICC Stew & his deluded crew' cannot get anything more past them? CICG seems to be a story about how to turn nothing into 30p a share, 6p a share, 3.5p a share & then back to nothing? This just goes to show that a TOXCICC Stew share price always slopes down to the right - in other word SLUMPS!!!
papillon: CIC Gold Group Limited Acquisition TIDMCICG RNS Number : 3598E CIC Gold Group Limited 03 November 2015 CIC Gold Group Limited ("CIC Gold" or the "Company") Suspension of Trading in the Company's Shares CIC Gold (LSE: CICG) is pleased to advise that the board of directors (the "Board") of the Company, confirms that it is in discussions regarding a proposed acquisition (the "Proposed Acquisition"). The Proposed Acquisition would be conditional, inter alia, on the Company raising additional equity finance and on the approval by the shareholders. The Proposed Acquisition, if exchanged and completed, would constitute a reverse takeover under the Listing Rules. As the Company is currently unable to provide a full disclosure under Rule 5.6.15 of the Listing Rules, the Company has requested a suspension of trading in its shares. The Board will be convening shortly to decide on the Proposed Acquisition and will make a further announcement in due course. There can be no certainty that the Proposed Acquisition will proceed or be concluded successfully. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Well assuming this proposed acquisition takes place in the next month, or two, I can see CICG being suspended for up to 6 months. It's possible it will remain suspended until May 2016. A re-admissions document (prospectus) will have to issued before CICG can return from suspension. It takes a very long time to prepare such a prospectus. "The Proposed Acquisition would be conditional, inter alia, on the Company raising additional equity finance and on the approval by the shareholders." I expect that any placing to raise additional funds will be at a substantial discount to the share price at suspension (1.425). Going on the current NAV of CICG I imagine any placing would be at a price per share less than 0.5p; 0.5p at most.
soul limbo: Bromley's acumen (or lack of it) in knowing the market has been laid bare for all to see. The idiot thought he could simply tell his shareholders and the market that the loan was being converted to 6p, and hey presto the market would automatically value CICG at 6p/share and by magic put a base line of 6p on the share price..... in his cunning little mind, it was as simple as that. But like Baldrick, his cunning little plan was only cunning in his own little deluded world.
papillon: The "faithful" are not interested in facts, TD. Facts get in the way of their fantasies. All I can see is the listing of shell companies, devoid of assets apart from a small amount of cash. I have some shares in FAST. It's effectively an asset less cash shell after changing it's investment direction from O&G to biopharma. It's cash balance, after accounting for liabilities (circa US$15m), is equal to 2.80p per share. Yet the current share price is only 2.25p. A sizeable, but understandable, discount to it's cash since FAST has yet to make it's first acquisition. Compare that to CICG. That trades at a MASSIVE percentage PREMIUM to it's cash balance (minus liabilities). WHY? Like FAST it has effectively no assets apart from cash, so why should FAST trade at a significant discount to it's cash whilst CICG trades at a staggeringly high premium to it's cash? It can't be the track record of SB since the share price performance of CICR/CICC, whilst listed (2005-2014), was abysmal. The only reason I can think of for the massive share price premium of CICG to it's cash is that the deluded "faithful" are continuing to buy and support the share price. It will be interesting to see what happens to the CICG share price when this "fanatical" buying ends. It will be even more interesting to see at what price those 80m shares are placed at.
the diddymen: AM Leapfrog on the LSE deluded thread: 'One of the reasons for failure in CICG share price was the inefficiency of the various Brokers to recognise the company had listed without d0ing an IPO despite receiving notice.' The CICG share price is stunning. No or few net assets after listing costs. Stuie a major shareholder, and a man with a reputation for dissipating shareholder wealth. A company where the major shareholder has to resign from the board to facilitate a listing. Only a financial moron could describe the current share price as a failure, and then blame the institutions. Frankly Stuie has worked a miracle. Pity he cannot run trading companies. Sounds just like that other financial imbecile Sense 2
philfromfrance: 23/06/2015 Thank you Phil, The shares outstanding are 103M. We have had an exceptional volume of trading at this time 1.2 million shares. If we average just 500K a day we will top 15M share for the month 1/7th of total shares. That puts us in top 8th trading volume company. Its distribution that count and build you share price from there. I would be very happy to arrange to buy your CIC shares including your distribution shares for GBP12k but bet you would not sell. 24/06/2015 Phil, I have two buyers so lets get this done quickly. Please advise by email to your broker copied to myself to authorise a) the sale of all your CIC Fund, CIC Capital and CIC Gold shares b) confirm I may deal direct. I expect 14% Div of CIC Gold. If its less and you sold Gold shares let me know so I can sort it out. I will have a subscription agreement drawn up to legally bind you not to use proceeds to buy back in to CIC Companies for at least one year. Sorry Phil I not that stupid. I will then do the rest 01/07/2015 Dear Phil, We are still keen to do the transaction but it now turns out that you have an issue with your broker whom does not want to do a standard off the market transaction. So its turns our you have a retail broker. Your selection of broker needs correcting and I am happy to recommend a few whom would be happy to give you the service you require. This will also help you with your other trading. 02/07/2015 There is no welching here, we want to really do the transaction. We gave you the terms, you can not meet then. So its nothing to do we us. You siad ok on the basis you could do the transaction, then you have problem on your side, we offer to assist and then you say oh lets do it in part of the arrangement The worlds largest WELCHER states that they would adjust if i have sold my CICG shares & then uses the fact the Barclays would not do an 'off market transfer' of my CICG holding (as it for some unknown reason actually got a listing - could be the 'bargepole distance' that Stewie was made to take from the executive posts)? Could it just be that he never intended to proceed with his promise to me - if so, perhaps a 'breach of promise action' could be put in place? Well Stewie, just wait for the recorded delivery package or i might even ask the previous process server to serve you again - now don't throw it on the floor & stamp on it like the last time!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
papillon: Please accept my apology, GENISES. leapfrog posted this today on the lse bb ... "Our 14.5% dividend was for free, Bromleys holdings in CICG cost him circa £1.7 million.". I accept that I confused the percentage "divi" you got of CICC shares with the percentage "divi" you got of CICG shares. So I accept you got circa 30k CICG shares as a "divi" based on your 205k CICC shares. However I DON'T accept leapfrog's assertion that they were "FREE". They were definitely NOT FREE CICG shares because they were shares that CICC previously owned; effectively PI's GAIN has been CICC's LOSS!! So the value of CICC has been DIMINISHED by the distribution of CICG shares to PI's.
soul limbo: Dr Cowley was the CEO of Mangazeya Mining Ltd, joining in 2010, when the share price was $CAD 1.75 when he left in 2011 the share price was less than half that at 80c (CAD) then he became COO and Chairman of White Tiger...... when share price was 80c.... he left in 2013 when the share price was 2.5c Dr Cowley no doubt will work his similar magic here once more.
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