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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
  +0.50p +2.70% 19.00p 18.00p 20.00p 19.00p 18.50p 18.50p 5,100 08:58:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 1.05

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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 18.50p.
Conroy Gold and Natural Resources has a 4 week average price of 17.93p and a 12 week average price of 21.56p.
The 1 year high share price is 85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17.50p.
There are currently 5,527,052 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,874 shares. The market capitalisation of Conroy Gold and Natural Resources is £1,050,139.88.
goldeneye5: Whilst the share price is pants, I still expect Cgnr to conclude a JV agreement based on project valuation rather than on share price. Time may be approaching for the prof to agree terms on a deal and take a back seat. But it has not been a fun journey for shareholders. We will get there!
thecynical1: get over yourself regarding the deramping......nobody posting on here is "deramping"........only a total, utter and complete fool would see the posts from the "non-true believers" as "deramping".....and as You obviously belong to the true believer category, I am wondering why you are not stocking up heavily on this if you think they are such a good bet................???? There seems to be some stock available and the present price is only a fraction of the nominal share price........that must presumably be the reason you think it is a good bet at this price.......in case you weren't aware of the fact, shares that have historically dropped and remained at levels below their nominal share price can also drop further..........based on the NPV associated with the present gold price that their own consultants have published, you might be shocked to realise that serious investors wouldn't touch this with a bargepole given that there are other juniors out there who are MUCH closer to production, have higher grade resources not just conceptual b@&€s"S64;& figures and/or haven't a history of decimating the share price...... ...
newprom: Cynical.We were talking immediate expenditure and you stated that they needed to spend money on a processing plant.Really intelligent would you not say? The gold price will obviously benefit cgnr more because it is so lowly rated at about 2 million pounds.A rise in gold prices could make cgnr a no brainer for a partner which would multibag the share price immediately . You are so lacking in any thought if you cannot see why it would be so beneficial to cgnr.
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.)
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.
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.
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
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.
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?
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.

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O 100 19.00 29 Apr 2016 11:47:26 GBX
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