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|We need to be realistic.
1) We cannot announce who a buyer is until they tell us formally. It is not possible to say we think it might be so and so, we have to be formally notified and only if it crosses a threshold (it could be more than one buyer).
2) We had formal news about exploration mid December, we've had at least 2 weeks break in that period, give them a chance.
3) It will take months to sort a USA/Canada listing, anyone who thinks it'll be in the next month or so is probably being unrealistic. There are lots of regulatory hurdles.
4) As regards EIA, can't happen until after a PC. We have no control or even influence over either!
It matters not how long we've been invested (I was early 2009 and early stage Nic), they do say about 7-10 years to get a mine operation going (depending on jurisdiction) and I reckon in regard to Nic we are about on schedule (perhaps a little behind).
Let's keep positive and give MC a chance, for an AIM Goldie he's doing pretty darn well considering the calamity many similar early stage prospectors have suffered in the last few years.|
sir andrew ffoulkes
|One feels we need to be wary of talking ourselves into a sell off. Whilst many of the longs have proven very patient indeed, we are in the latter stages as regards the EIA. The PC could occur anytime and shortly thereafter the EIA be approved.
We can also expect another listing in Canada or USA sometime this year, hopefully in H1 but these things do take time. One is certain progress is being made in this regard. Presumably we will see a fund raising on that market as well, although it's seems likely we will need cash from AIM before that.
As for our mystery buyer, it is a nailed on certainty we will be informed as soon as CNR have been informed. It is not uncommon for buyers to be slow about formal notification of their purchase.
It seems to me that 2017 will be the start of the transformation from a simple explorer to pending construction of the mine itself. Maybe we will even get a sneaky bid during this period although I'm not holding my breath.|
sir andrew ffoulkes
|I would have thought a TSX listing would help CNR quite a lot.|
|Yes it is.|
|Jim Mellon purchased the shares that Regent sold and now owns 5.4% of Condor. Excellent News.|
|Regent-Sold 2,340,276 shares and are now left with 1,636,998
This is all very irritating.JM sells 4% of the equity and everyone is left speculating why.In due course,I suppose we'll discover where this stock has gone.
I would be grateful if MC signalled his long term commitment to an AIM quote.All this natter about the potentially edifying experience of having a quote in Canada TSX or perhaps the USA,makes me wonder whether an AIM listing (not cheap afterall) might be catapulted.This is what GW Pharma did recently and then there was Medusa who abandoned London and returned to nurture it's primary Aussie listing.If the company was to delist from AIM it would be more than irritating for private client AIM holders of stock.Logistical nightmare with Revenue implications.Perhaps I'm worrying unnecessarily but MC has understandably no love of the AIM market.|
|If The Abbey who set this thread up is still about would it be possible for you to add the data and news sections to the header so we can see the RNS's etc. Thanks.|
|One would suspect that a new holder will appear or one of the existing holders such as Ross Beatty has increased their holding. It looks like Regent are undertaking some new year housekeeping of their portfolio but the fact that the share price has held up suggests a keen buyer has picked up the shares.
I think the purchase by Mark Child of 20000 shares is a signal that he was fully aware of the sale and that all is well.
I am looking forward to find out who now holds the shares Regent has sold and not forgetting Regent still holds 1.6 million shares.|
|The after hours RNS today does indeed confirm that Jim Mellon's outfit sold roughly 2/3rds of its holding on Friday to buyers yet unknown , but the fact that our executive Chairman bought a token amount today sort of infers all is well ?|
|Very quiet this morning. I imagine everyone is waiting for an explanation of those very large trades on Friday afternoon.|
If it is JM, the price didn't budge at the time, which would indicate that if it is him, then he's just moving his investment from one pot to another, IMHO.|
|"Jim Mellon has a direct interest in 698,820 and indirect interest in 4,499,498 Ordinary Shares representing a combined interest of 5,198,318 Ordinary Shares' representing 9.95% of Condor's issued share capital. In respect of the Ordinary Shares' held indirectly; 3,977,276 Ordinary Shares are held by Regent Pacific Group Limited of which Jim Mellon is the founder and director and 522,222 Ordinary Shares are held through Galloway Limited. Jim Mellon is a life tenant of a trust which is the owner of Galloway Limited."
It was pointed out to me that Regent Pacific own a number of shares ending in 276 (the 2.34m sale ends in 276), is this just a coincidence. Also suggested by the same person who is thoroughly researched here that RPG are now less focused on commodities....
"While we expect commodity markets to remain volatile, we remain confident that on a fundamental and longer-term basis, demand will be underpinned by urbanization of emerging economies and recovery of developed economies. The Group’s existing investments in natural resources, energy related investments are continuing to suffer through a, well reported, weaker commodity price environment, while the Group’s exposure to gold and other precious metals is currently enjoying renewed enthusiasm in the space, helped by recently announced European stimuli. While China remains a major driver for commodities demand, the natural resources space remains a challenging one and, as such, the Group has re-focussed its investment strategy into healthcare and life sciences investments, investments that are less sensitive to macroeconomic fundamentals and fluctuations."
So if RPC are the sellers, who is the buyer?|
sir andrew ffoulkes
|Bargain conditions are applied so we can't tell if these are buy or sells.|
|and a further trade after the bell of 2.3 mill
not necessarily sells|
|Massive sell trade just gone through, over 2 million shares... whats all that about ?|
|Yep heady days 888ICB. I kept hold of all mine from £2 all the way to 20p with so much progress made. Hoping for north of £2 before selling up. GLA|
|I have been in CONDOR for many years and have seen it above £2 twice.Since then CONDOR has proved substantial amounts of gold and done a lot of further work towards actual mining. I think it is worth well over £2 and that £3 is a reasonable and achievable target.|
|£3 888, I like your style, makes some of my targets look quite reasonable!
Hope you are right though.
|CNR UP again today with turnover of 180000 which is the highest in the last month.|
|UP 10% this morning. Lets hope it continues and that this will be the year Condor finally delivers its potential, which for me would be a sale above £3.|
|Condor UP 10% this morning so perhaps another rise has begun.|
|Whatever happenned to usmcgs?|