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Independent Resources LSE:IRG London Ordinary Share GB00B0RNX796 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.0025p +3.57% 0.0725p 0.065p 0.08p 0.0725p 0.07p 0.07p 7,642,217 15:33:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.8 -1.1 - 0.92

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25/9/2016
09:20
Independent Resources Daily Update: Independent Resources is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IRG. The last closing price for Independent Resources was 0.07p.
Independent Resources has a 4 week average price of 0.06p and a 12 week average price of 0.07p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.98p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.05p.
There are currently 1,262,504,294 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,837,663 shares. The market capitalisation of Independent Resources is £915,315.61.
18/9/2016
17:55
zengas: Yes I hold these of late as a potential recovery for small capital outlay and won't lose sleep over it. Not without risk and currently bombed out. In addition to what was said by 'no novice' above in post 4791, the directors and COO have agreed on 14th July - 8 weeks ago, to take their salaries and fees of £400,468 in shares to end of June 2016 at an average price of .224p and at a premium of 244% to the current share price of .065p "The Directors' and COO's willingness to subscribe for new ordinary shares in the Company at a substantial premium to their current market price, is further evidence of their commitment to creating value for all shareholders".
19/8/2016
13:03
caledoniaman1: Share price less than half what it was on June the 6th this year. What is this company actually doing to avoid going bust ?
14/7/2016
15:37
fenseal3: Happy with that, news on revenue next, then joint ventures, they will know the what news is coming and my guess they know the share price will be over 0.15p for starters GLA!!!!!
25/5/2016
09:32
a2z_trader: An excellent post to remember: BAM BAM Rubble 17 May'16 - 12:59 - 4536 of 4563 "To remain a going concern IRG is in discussion with trade creditors to convert more debt and plan to raise further equity finance in the next couple of months" Plenty of dilution to look forward to here. If the next placing is lined up for a "couple of months" that's likely their timeline for the £200k loan to convert. i.e. 10 weeks of the broker forward-selling £20,000 of shares a week (£4k a day) Starting at 0.065p and assuming 10 weeks of selling drops the share price by 50% it could be 0.0325 by the July conversion RNS. After -10% discount call it 0.03p. Converting the loan and £100,000 interest would mean a billion new shares issued. They may combine the conversion with a placing to keep the lights on, say half a billion shares @0.02 (£100k) and maybe another billion to convert some creditors. Just as well the EGM approved up to 5 billion as they may need every bit of that.
17/5/2016
12:59
bam bam rubble: "To remain a going concern IRG is in discussion with trade creditors to convert more debt and plan to raise further equity finance in the next couple of months" Plenty of dilution to look forward to here. If the next placing is lined up for a "couple of months" that's likely their timeline for the £200k loan to convert. i.e. 10 weeks of the broker forward-selling £20,000 of shares a week (£4k a day) Starting at 0.065p and assuming 10 weeks of selling drops the share price by 50% it could be 0.0325 by the July conversion RNS. After -10% discount call it 0.03p. Converting the loan and £100,000 interest would mean a billion new shares issued. They may combine the conversion with a placing to keep the lights on, say half a billion shares @0.02 (£100k) and maybe another billion to convert some creditors. Just as well the EGM approved up to 5 billion as they may need every bit of that.
06/3/2016
14:16
highly geared: Correct; it's the shareholders that get wiped out. I'm guessing the recent ruse of IRG paying a small invoice with shares taken by the creditor at 445% premium was to get the retail market excited and create liquidity in shares at a higher price, having already agreed a placing that enlarged the share capital by nearly 20% with "investors" to raise cash to keep the company afloat whilst they try and obtain money from oil production and resolve the operator dispute. The ruse appears to have enabled those in the 0.12p placing to forward sell at a nice profit when the share price spiked between 0.25-0.32p. I wonder if the creditor who took some shares at the 445% premium was also in the bigger placing....? Remember the comments about volume and how it appeared over 50% of the companies shares were traded in one day..... strange that....
18/8/2015
14:03
liquid millionaire: Highly Geared 18 Aug'15 - 11:33 - 1275 of 1275 4 0 It's been said before but look at the tiny market cap relative to the potential value of the Tunisia asset alone and the value of the Italy asset IF the legal process goes in favour of IRG. On Tunisia alone, any positive steps from a JV partner and £5-10 million market cap will be reasonable - that's 3-5 x the current share price The survey company are funding this, multiple JV interest etc. in a proven hydrocarbon province... In a few months, if Italy positive then you could see 10-50x the current share price if the asset is then ascribed value. Then, there's potential news on Egypt acquisitions that may be transformational. Directors with 15%+ skin in the game and being paid in shares... All interests aligned and should still be a cheap at 10X the current share price...
04/8/2015
20:35
aimshare: Here's the post again, for clarity, and the first two sentences sum you up easily. If the rest ends up as accurate, then great. > > > I'll devote one post to replying to you as if you were a 'normal' investor and knowing that you try to trade in as little as 'one hour slots', I doubt Irg will suit your attempts at 'trading'. If you go back to stalking and trolling, I'll continue to treat you with the contempt your behaviour has deserved up to now. This is how I see the opportunities for myself (I don't speak for anyone else) with Irg, while ackowledging 'the risks', as with any stock, particularly on Aim but I knew the rules of engagement before I spent my money. It's priced to go bust at the moment and cash is king, so no surprises (risk) but they've raised cash recently at 30% above todays price and there are a small number of shares in issue (opportunity). The Scotforth survey, by pinpointing exactly where to drill with an 80% accuracy record, should cement the interest of the 6 companies considering farming in (information from the Agm). I'm not a fortune teller and I can't guarantee the performance of Irg and neither can I (or anyone else) accurately predict the market reaction to any one piece of news. Results of that survey within a month, roughly. If they're good, I would hope to see the price react to anywhere between 2.5p and 12.5p, which is a £5 mill to £25 mill market cap, particularly if it results in a swift farm in at Kasar Hadada, where they're already citing 108 mill barrels of oil, which is worth £ Billions and can be extracted profitably at an oil price of below $ 40 a barrel. So, timeline number 1, on good results, 4 weeks (survey) to 12 weeks (farm in), 2.5p to 12.5p. Any buying pressure on this stock, will have a large effect on the price, because share numbers are low. Timeline Number 2, on announcing any cash generative assets, which they've stated, that there are two that they're moving forward on, pie in the sky guess until any deal is understood and also what form of finance is achieved, loan as a preference, rather than share issue. 12 weeks to 16 weeks. 20p to 25p. A penny on the share price here is roughly £2 mill of market cap, so 25p would give it a market cap of £50 mill. If they sell their Italian asset at the end of the year, as they've stated they think they'll be able to at the Agm,worth $ 300 mill or £192 mill, and the market takes the 'cash is king' approach, on the current number of shares in issue, that would be roughly £1 a share. So, timeline number 3, 22 weeks to 34 weeks, £1 and Irg has been £1 before, so it would only be regaining old ground (plus a bit more for the additional shares in issue). Again, I accept that there's no guarantee of any performance from Irg nor is there any guarantee of an expected market reaction to value it fairly on good results but that's the same for all stocks, micro or large caps alike. Short version, I hope the following happens. If it doesn't, so be it, sh 1 t happens in the market too. 4 weeks to 12 weeks, 2.5p to 12.5p 12 weeks to 16 weeks, 20p to 25p. 22 to 34 weeks £1 Like I mentioned before, I'm not a fortune teller, I can't 'predict' a price reaction, I can hope for one but that's as good as it gets and that's assuming that they get all of their ducks in a row. Again, all stocks, Irg is no different, it's not without risk, on any or all of those developments but for me (and anyone else can make their own mind up), it offers a greater reward than most, if they pull it off, based on the price at the moment.
31/7/2015
12:42
aimshare: I'll devote one post to replying to you as if you were a 'normal' investor and knowing that you try to trade in as little as 'one hour slots', I doubt Irg will suit your attempts at 'trading'. If you go back to stalking and trolling, I'll continue to treat you with the contempt your behaviour has deserved up to now. This is how I see the opportunities for myself (I don't speak for anyone else) with Irg, while ackowledging 'the risks', as with any stock, particularly on Aim but I knew the rules of engagement before I spent my money. It's priced to go bust at the moment and cash is king, so no surprises (risk) but they've raised cash recently at 30% above todays price and there are a small number of shares in issue (opportunity). The Scotforth survey, by pinpointing exactly where to drill with an 80% accuracy record, should cement the interest of the 6 companies considering farming in (information from the Agm). I'm not a fortune teller and I can't guarantee the performance of Irg and neither can I (or anyone else) accurately predict the market reaction to any one piece of news. Results of that survey within a month, roughly. If they're good, I would hope to see the price react to anywhere between 2.5p and 12.5p, which is a £5 mill to £25 mill market cap, particularly if it results in a swift farm in at Kasar Hadada, where they're already citing 108 mill barrels of oil, which is worth £ Billions and can be extracted profitably at an oil price of below $ 40 a barrel. So, timeline number 1, on good results, 4 weeks (survey) to 12 weeks (farm in), 2.5p to 12.5p. Any buying pressure on this stock, will have a large effect on the price, because share numbers are low. Timeline Number 2, on announcing any cash generative assets, which they've stated, that there are two that they're moving forward on, pie in the sky guess until any deal is understood and also what form of finance is achieved, loan as a preference, rather than share issue. 12 weeks to 16 weeks. 20p to 25p. A penny on the share price here is roughly £2 mill of market cap, so 25p would give it a market cap of £50 mill. If they sell their Italian asset at the end of the year, as they've stated they think they'll be able to at the Agm,worth $ 300 mill or £192 mill, and the market takes the 'cash is king' approach, on the current number of shares in issue, that would be roughly £1 a share. So, timeline number 3, 22 weeks to 34 weeks, £1 and Irg has been £1 before, so it would only be regaining old ground (plus a bit more for the additional shares in issue). Again, I accept that there's no guarantee of any performance from Irg nor is there any guarantee of an expected market reaction to value it fairly on good results but that's the same for all stocks, micro or large caps alike. Short version, I hope the following happens. If it doesn't, so be it, sh 1 t happens in the market too. 4 weeks to 12 weeks, 2.5p to 12.5p 12 weeks to 16 weeks, 20p to 25p. 22 to 34 weeks £1 Like I mentioned before, I'm not a fortune teller, I can't 'predict' a price reaction, I can hope for one but that's as good as it gets and that's assuming that they get all of their ducks in a row. Again, all stocks, Irg is no different, it's not without risk, on any or all of those developments but for me (and anyone else can make their own mind up), it offers a greater reward than most, if they pull it off, based on the price at the moment.
13/10/2013
21:39
gazhutch: Balance then. THE DEADLY ART OF STOCK MANIPULATIONIn every profession, there are probably a dozen or two major rules. Knowing them is what separates the professional from the amateur. Not knowing them at all? Well, let's put it this way: How safe would you feel if you suddenly found yourself piloting (solo) a Boeing 747 as it were landing on an airstrip? Unless you are a professional pilot, you would probably be frightened out of your wits and would soil your underwear. Hold that thought as you read this essay because I will explain to you how market manipulation works. What the professionals and the securities regulators know and understand, which the rest of us do not, is this.RULE NUMBER ONE:ALL SHARP PRICE MOVEMENTS -- WHETHER UP OR DOWN --ARE THE RESULT OF ONE OR MORE (USUALLY A GROUP OF) PROFESSIONALS MANIPULATING THE SHARE PRICE.This should explain why a mining company finds something good and" nothing happens" or the stock goes down. At the same time, for NO apparent reason, a stock suddenly takes off for the sky! On little volume! Someone is manipulating that stock, often with an unfounded rumour. In order to make these market manipulations work, the professionals assume: (a) The Public is STUPID and (b) The Public will mainly buy at the HIGH and (c) The Public will sell at the LOW. Therefore, as long as the market manipulator can run crowd control, he can be successful. Let's face it: The reason you speculate in such markets is that you are greedy AND optimistic. You believe in a better tomorrow and NEED to make money quickly. It is this sentiment which is exploited by the market manipulator. He controls YOUR greed and fear about a particular stock. If he wants you to buy, the company's prospects look like the next Microsoft. If the manipulator wants you to desert the sinking ship, he suddenly becomes very guarded in his remarks about the company, isn't around to glowingly answer questions about the company and/or GETS issued very bad news about the company. Which brings us to the next important rule.RULE NUMBER TWO:IF THE MARKET MANIPULATOR WANTS TO DISTRIBUTE (DUMP)HIS SHARES, HE WILL START A GOOD NEWS PROMOTIONAL CAMPAIGN.Ever wonder why a particular company is made to look like the greatest thing since sliced bread? That sentiment is manufactured. Newsletter writers are hired -- either secretly or not -- to cheerlead a stock. PR firms are hired and let loose upon an unsuspecting public. Contracts to appear on radio talk shows are signed and implemented. Stockbrokers get "cheap" stock to recommend the company to their "book" (that means YOU, the client in his book). An advertising campaign is rolled out (television ads, newspaper ads, card deck mailings). The company signs up to exhibit at "investment conferences" and "gold shows" (mainly so they can get a little "podium time" to hype you on their stock and tell you how "their company is really different" and" not a stock promotion.") Funny little "hype" messages are posted on Internet newsgroups by the same cast of usual suspects. The more, the merrier. And a little "juice" can go a long way toward running up the stock price. The HYPE is on. The more clever a stock promoter, the better his knowledge of the advertising business. Little gimmicks like "positioning" are used. Example: Make a completely unknown company look warm and fuzzy and appealing to you by comparing it to a recent success story. The only reason you have been invited to this seemingly incredible banquet is that YOU are the main course. After the market manipulator has suckered you into "his investment," exchanging HIS paper for YOUR cash, the walls begin to close in on you. Why is that?RULE NUMBER THREE:AS SOON AS THE MARKET MANIPULATOR HAS COMPLETED HIS DISTRIBUTION (DUMPING) OF SHARES, HE WILL START A BAD NEWS OR NO NEWS CAMPAIGN.Your favourite home-run stock has just stalled or retreated a bit formats high. Suddenly, there is a news VACUUM. Either NO news or BAD rumours. I discovered this with quite a few stocks. I would get LOADS of information and "hot tips." All of a sudden, my pipeline was shut-off. Some companies would even issue a news release CONDEMNING me ("We don't need 'that kind of hype' referring to me!). Cute, huh? When the company wanted fantastic hype circulated hither and yon, there would be someone there to spoon-feed me. The second the distribution phase was DONE....ooops! Sorry, no more news. Or, "I'm sorry. He's not in the office." Or, "He won't be back until Monday." The really slick market manipulators would even seed the Internet newsgroups or other journalists to plant negative stories about that company. Or start a propaganda campaign of negative rumours on all available communication vehicles. Even hiring a "contraire" or" special PR firm" to drive down the price. Even hiring someone to attack the guy who had earlier written low about the company. (This is not a game for the faint-hearted!) You'll also see the stock drifting endlessly. You may even experience a helpless feeling, as if you were floating in outer space without a lifeline. That is exactly HOW the market manipulator wants you to feel. See Rule Number Five below. He may also be doing this to avoid the severe disappointment of a "dry hole" or a "failed deal." You'll hear that oft-cried refrain, "Oh well, that's the junior minerals exploration business... very risky!" Or the oft-quoted statistic, "Nine out of 10 businesses fail each year and this IS a Venture Capital Start-up stock exchange." Don't think it wasn't contrived. If a geologist at a junior mining company wasn't optimistic and rosy in his promise of exploration success, he would be replaced by someone who was! Ditto for the high-tech deal, in a world awash with PhD's. So, how do you know when you are being taken? Look again at Rule #1.Inside that rule, a few other rules unfold which explain how a stock price is manipulated.RULE NUMBER FOUR:ANY STOCK THAT TRADES HUGE VOLUME AT HIGHER PRICES SIGNALS THE DISTRIBUTION PHASE.When there was less volume, the price was lower. Professionals were accumulating. After the price runs, the volume increases. The professionals bought low and sold high. The amateurs bought high (and will soon enough sell low). In older books about market manipulation and stock promotion, which I've recently studied, the mark-up price referred to THREE times higher than the floor. The floor is the launch pad for the stock. For example, if one looks at the stock price and finds a steady flat line on the stock's chart of around 10p , then that range is the FLOOR. Basically, the mark-up phase can go as high as the market manipulator is capable of taking it. From my observations, a good mark-up should be able to run about five to ten times higher than the floor, with six to seven being common. The market manipulator will do everything in his power to keep you OUT OF THE STOCK until the share price has been marked up by at least two-three times, sometimes resorting to "shaking you out" until after he has accumulated enough shares. Once the mark-up has begun, the stock chart will show you one or more spikes in the volume -- all at much higher prices (marked up by the manipulator, of course).RULE NUMBER FIVE:THE MARKET MANIPULATOR WILL ALWAYS TRY TO GET YOU TO BUY AT THE HIGHEST, AND SELL AT THE LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE.Just as the manipulator will use every available means to invite you to "the party," he will savagely and brutally drive you away from "his stock" when he has fleeced you. The first falsehood you assume is that the stock promoter WANTS you to make a bundle by investing in his company. So begins a string of lies that run for as long as your stomach can take it. You will get the first clue that "you have been had" when the stock stalls at the higher level. Somehow, it ran out of steam and you are not sure why. Well, it ran out of steam because the market manipulator stopped running it up. It's over inflated and he can't convince more people to buy. The volume dries up while the share price seems to stall. LOOK AT THE TRADING VOLUME, NOT THE SHARE PRICE! When earlier, there may have been X amounts of shares trading each day for eight out of 12 trading days (as in the case of CONROY), now the volume has slipped to X amount shares (or so) daily. There are some buyers there, enough for the manipulator to continue dumping his paper, but only so long as he can enlist one or more individuals/services to bang his drum. He may continue feeding the promo guys a string of "promises" and" good news down the road." (Believe me, this HAS happened to me!) But, when the news finally arrives, the stock price goes THUD! This is entirely orchestratedRULE NUMBER SIX:IF THIS IS A REAL DEAL, THEN YOU ARE LIKELY TO BE THE LAST PERSON TO BE NOTIFIED OR WILL BE DRIVEN OUT AT THE LOWER PRICES.Like Jesse Livermore wrote, "If there's some easy money lying around, no one is going to force it into your pocket." The same concept can be more clearly understood by watching the trades. When a market manipulator wants you into his stock, you will hear LOUD noises of stock promotion and hype. If you are "in the loop," you will be bombarded from many directions. Similarly, if he wants you out of the stock, then there will be orchestrated rumours being circulated, rapid-fired at you again from many directions. Just as good news may come to you in waves, so will bad news. You will see evidence of a VERY sharp drop in the share price with HUGE volume. That is you and your buddies running for the exits. If the deal is really for real, the market manipulator wants to get ALL OF YOUR SHARES or as many as he can... and at the lowest price he can. Where as before, he wanted you IN his market, so he could dump his shares to you at a higher price, NOW when he sees that this deal IS for real, he wants to pay as little as possible for those same shares... YOUR shares which he wants you to part with, as quickly as possible. The market manipulator will shake you out by DRIVING the price as lows he can. Just as in the "accumulation" stage, he wants to keep everything as quiet as possible so he can snap up as many of the shares for himself, he will NOW turn down, or even turn off, the volume so he can repeat the accumulation phase. The accumulation phase was TOP SECRET. The noise level was deadingly silent. As soon as the insiders accumulated all their shares, they let YOU in on the secret.RULE NUMBER SEVEN:CONVERSELY, YOU WILL OFTEN BE THE LAST TO KNOW WHEN THIS DEAL SHOWS SIGNS OF FAILURE.Twenty-twenty hindsight will often show you that there was a "little stumble" in the share price, just as the "assays were delayed" or the" deal didn't go through." Manipulators were peeling off their paper to START the downslide. And ACCELERATE it. The quick slide down makes it improbable for your getting out at more than what you originally paid for the stock... and gives you a better reason for holding onto it "a little longer" in case the price rebounds. Then, the drifting stage begins and fear takes over. And unless you have nerves of steel and can afford to wait out the manipulator, you will more than likely end up selling out at a cheap price. For the insider, market maker or underwriter is obliged to buy back all of your paper in order to keep his company alive and maintain control of it. The less he has to pay for your paper, the lower his cost will be to commence his stock promotion again... at some future date. Even if his company has no prospects AT ALL, his "shell" of a company has some value (only in that others might want to use that structure so they can run their own stock promotion). So, the manipulator WILL buy back his paper. He just wants to make sure that he pays as little for those shares as possible.RULE NUMBER EIGHT:THE MARKET MANIPULATOR WILL COMPEL YOU INTO THE STOCK SO THAT YOU DRIVE UP ITS PRICE SHARES.Placing a Market Order or Pre-Market Order is an amateur's mistake, A market manipulator (traders included here) can jack up the share price during your market order and bring you back a confirmation at some preposterous level. The Market Manipulator will use the "tape" against you. He will keep buying up his own paper to keep you reaching for a higher price. He will get in line ahead of you to buy all the shares at the current price and force you to pay MORE for those shares. He will tease you and MAKE you reach for the higher price so you "won't miss out." Miss out on what? Getting your head chopped off, that's what! One can avoid market manipulation by not buying during the huge price spikes and abnormal trading volumes, also known as chasing the stock to a higher price.RULE NUMBER NINE:THE MARKET MANIPULATOR IS WELL AWARE OF THE EMOTIONS YOU ARE EXPERIENCING DURING A RUN UP AND A COLLAPSE AND WILL PLAY YOUR EMOTIONS LIKE A PIANO.During the run up, you WILL have a rush of greed which compels you to run into the stock. During the collapse, you WILL have a fear that you will lose everything... so you will rush to exit. See how simple it is and how clear a bell it strikes? Don't think this formula isn't tattooed inside the mind of every manipulator. The market manipulator will play you on the way up and play you on the way down. If he does it very well, he will make it look like someone else's fault that you lost money! Promise to fill up your wallet? You'll rush into the stock. Scare you into losing every penny you have in that stock? You'll run away screaming with horror! And vow to NEVER, ever speculate in such stocks again. But many of you still do.... The manipulator even knows how to bring you back for yet another play. What actors! No wonder Vancouver is sometimes called "Hollywood North."FINAL RULE:A NEW BATCH OF SUCKERS ARE BORN WITH EVERY NEW PLAY.The Financial Markets are a Cruel, Unkind and Dangerous Playing Field, one place where the newest amateurs are generally fleeced the most brutally.... usually by those who KNOW the above rules. Just as I have a duty to ensure that each of you understand how this game is played, YOU now have that same duty to guarantee that your fellow speculator understands these rules. Just as I would be a criminal for not making this data known to you, YOU would be just as criminal to keep it a secret. There will always be an unsuspecting, trusting fool whom the rabid dogs will tear to shreds, but it does NOT have to be this way. IF every subscriber made this essay broadly known to his friends, acquaintances and family, and they passed it on to their friends, word of mouth could cause many of these market manipulators to pause. IF this effort were done strenuously by many, then perhaps the financial markets could weed out the crooked manipulators and the promoters could bring us more legitimate plays. The stock markets are a financing tool. The companies BORROW money from you, when you invest or speculate in their companies. They want their share price going higher so they can finance their deal with less dilution of their shares... if they are good guys. But, how would you feel about a friend or family member who kept borrowing money from you and never repaid it? That would be theft, plain and simple. So, a market manipulator is STEALING your money.
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