Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources LSE:CGNR London Ordinary Share IE00BZ4BTZ13 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 18.75p 18.00p 19.50p 18.75p 18.75p 18.75p 259.00 07:50:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -3.7 - 2.07

Conroy Gold (CGNR) Latest News

More Conroy Gold News
Conroy Gold Takeover Rumours

Conroy Gold (CGNR) Share Charts

1 Year Conroy Gold Chart

1 Year Conroy Gold Chart

1 Month Conroy Gold Chart

1 Month Conroy Gold Chart

Intraday Conroy Gold Chart

Intraday Conroy Gold Chart

Conroy Gold (CGNR) Discussions and Chat

Conroy Gold (CGNR) Most Recent Trades

No Trades
Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Conroy Gold trades in real-time

Conroy Gold (CGNR) Top Chat Posts

DateSubject
04/12/2016
08:20
Conroy Gold Daily Update: Conroy Gold and Natural Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CGNR. The last closing price for Conroy Gold was 18.75p.
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources has a 4 week average price of 21.60p and a 12 week average price of 24.28p.
The 1 year high share price is 48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.16p.
There are currently 11,013,537 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 58,315 shares. The market capitalisation of Conroy Gold and Natural Resources is £2,065,038.19.
18/11/2016
23:41
kevjones2: I posted this on the LSE CGNR bb and on the LSE MTR bb (the latter included a little further commentary): "Wow. I find myself in a bit of a quandary. I find it very to believe that cowboy Johnson invested in CGNR 6 months ago (was it 6 months?) and then decided last night to rail against Conroy about issues any half-decent large investor would have already known about BEFORE investing - I believe it's called "due diligence" or some such term. I know Johnson has done a runner from MTR and its ever-dropping share price but nobody can tell me he was so incompetent as to not know the answers to the very questions he was asking last night. It is for that reason I think the whole thing was staged. If not, Johnson is indeed the worst large investor in the history of investing. However, (and this is where my quandary lies) given that it was an appalling lack of due diligence on Johnson's part that led to MTR investing in a company they obviously knew very little about (otherwise why the questions last night) then I have to note that Johnson's questions were almost identical to the very same questions I (and in fairness, Goheavy) have been asking for years here (Goheavy was asking these questions long before me but I, and others, disregarded them - some still are). So, I wonder which is it? Were the questions staged, or was MTR's investment done with an appalling lack of due diligence? Regardless, even CGNR's latest large investor is asking the same questions I've been asking for two years here. Now, there's a quandary!"
05/10/2016
21:48
goldeneye5: No Joint Venture = no share price appreciation in my view. However, "if" a gold major mining company strikes a deal with CGNR and takes over to drive this forward, CGNR shareholders can still do very well out of this. The prof would take a back seat. It is only then that the share price would be transformed. Clay Lake is key here. I expect a Canadian gold major to make a move eventually, maybe they will gobble up Dalradian on route! It has to be a serious possibility at the moment. It is only since August that the prof has said that sourcing a major mining partner is a necessity for the company now. Up until then the prof always said that it was an option and there may be alternative routes. Not any more, the prof is now saying he needs a heavyweight major and they will source one. Will a major be interested? Absolutely. Has to be soon. Nobody is getting younger.
05/10/2016
21:17
goldeneye5: Unlike other brokers hybridan do not give a target price to be fair. Most others do. I believe that they said in their last broker note that they did not believe recent progress/results have been reflected in the share price. They also said that further test results could potentially be a short term catalyst for share price appreciation. Now, I don't really think they have said anything that one wouldn't expect if market reaction was rational. It is not for the broker to factor in irrational market responses and the underlying market apathy towards CGNR. I say irrational market response, but that is not to say it isn't understandable given the lack of a partner or significant progress on the financial front.That said, the broker hybridan, whilst employed by the company is at the milder end of the broker spectrum. Just one of the reasons they were employed was the fact that they did not provide target prices. Ask the prof et al, they will confirm that to you.There is no doubt that the share price here is a disaster of epic proportions. This is a junior explorer which has taken the share price from 25 - 30p all the way down to 0.25p, or 25p equivalent since 100:1 consolidation (with a brief spike to 10 -11p, around the Kenglo time). Everyone who holds these are sitting on a massive loss. For me results are pointless. It's all about achieving a solid JV!
05/7/2015
21:03
craffert: Good man KevJones. Clearly you haven't had a look at a CGNR share price graph in the last month, year, decade, whatever, or perhaps you intend converting your investment into drachma (the 2015 edition.)
12/11/2014
23:12
craffert: at least 4marlin posts a black and white fact Emmo. You're just all ego and slabber on here. The CGNR share price is never a concern for you. No doubt you bought all your holdings at less than 0.75p in your CGNR fantasy "I'm making money on this no matter what the share price or anyone here says" world.
05/11/2014
14:52
goldeneye5: 4 marlin, they just appear to be pushing KDR at the moment. I could be wrong, and CGNR may be about to come to the fore. The cgnr share price certainly isn't doing anything. It's terrible at the moment, but no huge surprise without a funding deal.Anyone selling now must be really desperate for cash.
22/10/2014
12:58
goldeneye5: Humbugg, I could list many many reasons for the lengthy demise of the cgnr share price unfortunately. That said shareholder comment on this or any board is not one of them. The share price will remain in the doldrums I suspect until /unless funding package/ Jv is organised. There was a time when I knew the interest from majors was there. Now, I simply don't know, but I am very confident given those involved that something good will come. They are not stupid people. They have run this company on a shoe string and they will be eyeing a payday themselves as shareholders. The share price is at today's lows mainly due to the recent placing, which the dogs on the street knew was coming, after a brief pr rally by cgnr. ( which is true to form historically). This company could discover any amount of gold, but the share price will go nowhere until the financial backing is there. It is as simple as that. The cynical one thanks, figured that might explain the trades.Have a feeling they could be dedicating their time to KDR at the moment, hope they give cgnr back its stapler and post its
16/10/2014
07:49
craffert: No rot and lies from me. You only need to look at CGNR share price and RNSs to see twenty years of rot and lies. And that's definitely public knowledge. He's even at it again over at KDR I see. We all have our own approaches to investment and yes, I am time poor so I do use one tip sheet to pre screen high growth stocks. Clearly in your books that makes me of lower IQ, but your arrogant superiority has brought you right into Prof Conroy's web at CGNR, so let me know when you finally realise that a litany of over promising while under delivering has destroyed this share as an investment proposition for anyone who bought it in the last decade.
10/10/2014
15:00
craffert: Dear oh dear - rather fond of pulling this thread on to any topic other than the one people come here to discuss - CGNR share price performance. Why would that be?
24/3/2014
11:06
craffert: Truly, that reads like the logic of a simpleton goldeneye. I subscribe to one tip sheet, SCSW. It has served me well for about 10 years. They are well ahead of the herd, and speak to the companies in depth before issuing views and reports. They don't get it right every time so I use them to screen my investments. They have never tipped CGNR or KDR. The SCSW growth portfolio has turned £50,000 into £727,233 since 2004. Contrary to the idiots, I care not for CGNR share price going lower. I neither hold nor short. I would consider buying in at a higher price IF a real deal was done and someone other than Prof Conroy became operator. But stating that will make not a jot of difference to goldeneye as he still panders rumours and nonsense about my "real" motives. Alas.
Conroy Gold share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:41 V: D:20161205 00:34:44