Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines LSE:RGM London Ordinary Share GB00BYVT4J08 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.025p +2.94% 0.875p 0.85p 0.90p 0.90p 0.85p 0.85p 6,001,910 09:01:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.0 -1.2 - 4.89

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26/5/2017
09:20
Regency Mines Daily Update: Regency Mines is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGM. The last closing price for Regency Mines was 0.85p.
Regency Mines has a 4 week average price of 0.83p and a 12 week average price of 0.78p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.30p.
There are currently 558,713,285 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 7,392,991 shares. The market capitalisation of Regency Mines is £4,888,741.24.
25/5/2017
22:10
x54v: Whatever he's meaning, a positive production report would be just the tonic the share price needs to get it back on an upward trend again. By now the market has drifted in the absence of news, possibly with some selling through impatience. In the recent Mining Maven podcast AB talks about execution risk and the different perception people have of this. With investors not being so close to the coal face, so to speak, they see the execution risk as higher than it actually is. Whereas from AB's point of view it's actually pretty low (from 5:40 onwards). Https://www.miningmaven.com/index.php?option=com_content&;view=article&id=619:miningmaven-podcast-no-78-with-andrew-bell-chairman-and-ceo-of-regency-mines-lonrgm-rgm&catid=51:podcasts&Itemid=553 The risk with acting on impatience / a lack of news on production is that a positive RNS could be issued at any time and stock will suddenly be very hard to buy. The MMs will gap price up before anyone gets a chance to buy in, and on top of that the free float is that much thinner now that so many PIs have recently taken 3%+ stakes. Try buying when there's suddenly huge demand and nobody wanting to let go of their stock until the price is much, much higher. With the price having drifted back, now looks to be a decent time to buy. Would Andrew Bell have spent £65k of his own cash buying as high as 1.16p if he didn't think there was considerable upside to be had? Would Stephen Moscicki, a successful entrepreneur in the field, have spent £320k of his own cash paying 1p for shares if he didn't think he'd be making a tidy profit on that? Would multiple PIs have taken notifiable stakes without doing due diligence and seeing that there was a very good risk:reward opportunity with their investment? There's a big opportunity for the share price to appreciate significantly over time given such strong fundamentals, and at the moment the pullback is presenting a good opportunity to buy now.
23/5/2017
18:59
graylyn1: There are two parts to commercial production one is a product that you are going to sell, the other is a client who wishes to buy your product. So until you can match up the product which you should have in hand with a willing buyer you do not have a business eg: lets say we have 20k tons of met grade coal to sell, Mr or Mrs X wants to buy 15k tons of met grade coal per month now we know we have enough forward stock to complete the order if we agree on price we also know we can produce at least the same amount again over the same time span, bingo we have a deal now we tell the market!! Expected news to come.... Rosa first coal sales and production update. Vali Carbon Corporation, news of possible 50k ton per month coal deal also update on that project. Due diligence on the 3rd project at Alabama Coal, plus possible resource estimate 101 if they can find the paper work (LOL) Update on / Motzfeldt https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/regency-mines-RGM/share-news/Regency-Mines-PLC-Grant-of-Option-over-Motzfeldt/73923790 Update on Curzon Energy Curzon Energy Regency intends to purchase a 10% stake in Curzon Energy plc, a UK vehicle controlling two leases (20,000 acres) and five producing methane gas wells near Coos Bay, Oregon in the United States. This is a coal bed methane project which looks to have legs and is expected to be listed in London ASAP end May/beginning June this year. So lots to look forward to, nothing is amiss I am sure you surly would not want to be out of RGM at this critical moment in time, as we move from explorer to producer. The current share price is only valuing RGM as a tiny explorer at around £5m THIS WILL LEAP UP with production news and we should not have very long to wait, we must have been producing coal stocks steadily for around a month I would guess. Andrew Bell has said, he wants institutions to get on board this will no doubt be to accelerate the third project which sounds pretty big and will require funding from deep pockets, so the value of RGM needs to get well over £20m I think to entice them in. Andrew Bell is not as young as he was and I think this Coal project will be his retirement/pension pot (just my thoughts ) I think Horse Hill will be sold at some point in the next 12 months which should raise extra funds. Who knows If the nickel price starts to show more recovery we could have that project re started, they have a licence to use the DNi Process for 40,000t p year. So even a fool can see the assets and projects of RGM are not supported by a fair or even reasonable share price imo, dyor.
18/5/2017
21:33
graylyn1: Regency Mines @ 1p = £5.8million that is about the value of a tiny exploration company with no producing assets. What we have at present with RGM is…. 1/ Mambare which Regency owns 50% of license EL1390 covering 256km2 this is a Nickel-cobalt laterite deposit in eastern Papua New Guinea, with a JORC Resource of 162.5 million tonnes @ 0.94% Ni and 0.09% Co (1.53 million tonnes of nickel) This is a joint-venture between Regency Mines plc (50%) and Direct Nickel Ltd (50%). The project is licensed to use Direct Nickel’s revolutionary nickel laterite treatment process. Currently on hold awaiting a recovery in the nickel price. 2/ Motzfeldt Regency owns 100% of license area 2014/01 covering 555km2 in Narsarsuaq in Southern Greenland. One of the world’s largest undeveloped Niobium-Tantalum deposits with additional Rare Earth credits with a JORC Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate of 340mt @ 120ppm Ta2O5, 1850ppm Nb2O5 and 4600ppm Zr02. Currently up for sale see RNS…. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/regency-mines-RGM/share-news/Regency-Mines-PLC-Grant-of-Option-over-Motzfeldt/73923790 3/ Horse Hill Oil Regency owns a 3.25% indirect stake in PEDL 137 and PEDL 246 covering a gross area 143km2 in the Weald Basin of the United Kingdom. This asset I believe will be sold on at a handsome profit later in the year as it is not core. 4/ Curzon Energy Regency intends to purchase a 10% stake in Curzon Energy plc, a UK vehicle controlling two leases (20,000 acres) and five producing methane gas wells near Coos Bay, Oregon in the United States. This is a coal bed methane project which looks to have legs and is expected to be listed in London ASAP end May/beginning June this year. 5/ 1.94% stake in RRR which is expecting a windfall from its manganese asset production in South Africa via JMS It also has gold and iorn ore interests, check out their web site. 6/ AND last but not least we have the Met Coal projects for which 2 are at or near production one much larger Met coal asset to work on maybe 6-9 months to bring that on stream. I believe that the Rosa mine is now producing coal, RGM do not wish to make an RNS until they have set up the mine efficiently ie: how much can we mine per day, what grade is the coal, what are the available contracts and have we now built up a large enough stock pile to start commercial production. After all it is no good promising 25k tons of coal to a client on a monthly basis if we do not know for sure that we can process the order smoothly, this is why I think we have been delayed news. Nothing more. Until they start commercial production I do not believe that they have to issue an RNS just to say they are mining coal. So there is no way that RGM has any value added on for the coal assets at present, in fact it is too cheap on the other assets imo. 5p would be more realistic now, and within 3-6 months 10p imo dyor.
05/5/2017
18:48
graylyn1: Yes RGM is getting serious investors on board, If the coal assets work out as hoped we should see the share price @10p within 12 months based on the first two projects alone imo.
03/5/2017
19:03
graylyn1: until we see signed off offtakes and some solid news on production I do not expect this share to move much If at all. Having said that, I really like the assets that RGM have acquired/ are acquiring and this coal project should be a company maker going forward assuming it all pans out. I think we are close to a deal on the second project re 50k month offtake? now If that gets announced as a done deal along with some Rosa production news then the share price should be off to the races. Don't think we will have to wait much longer, still a very good entry price before news imo, fully loaded here now so its watch and wait for me. Lets get lucky!! Oh, and I think we are about due an update on Curzon Energy!
05/4/2017
20:27
x54v: From the LSE board: --- Laughing my head off at the deramps Today 19:33 In the last few months AB has raised money at 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.15 just now for a large amount. Can Magic/Didge/Prospector HONESTLY not see a pattern here? - They got it wrong all the way down in the bear market buying again and again in a falling market, now they're getting it wrong all the way up, telling us this is a bad investment, desperately trying to scare people. lol. If AB ends up raising £10m in 1 year at 8 pence - WHO CARES that the shares in issue will go up. Every real investor from now will have multi bagged. Please someone explain this to Magic and he might actually make his money back and do us all a favour and go and have some fun with it. AB seems to be putting the money to good use and causing the share price to go up rapidly and has said in the latest RNS that the value creation potential of putting that money to use, far outweighs the cost of the capital. - I'd say he has been right so far this year and the more proven up these coal assets become, the more real money will get thrown into RGM and AB will continue to keep raising at higher and higher prices. (P.S. Magic, THAT IS A GOOD THING FOR REAL INVESTORS)
04/4/2017
11:28
someuwin: paul johnson‏ @pauljohnson9691 · 2 hours ago Mine JV partner now taking 6% stake in #RGM has to be the clearest signal yet as to the anticipated forward movement in RGM share price!
19/11/2015
20:02
rwauu: Why don't you ask someone who invested here nice lump of money and now has barely a few p left??? Look at RGM share price years ago and now! 99.99% loss!!!
11/9/2014
13:13
trigger blade: I've had a go at working out the value of ALBA's shareholding to RGM. RGM holds 49,315,000 shares in ALBA @1.25p = £621369 RGM's market cap is £5,572 million £621369/£;5,572,000 = 11.1% RGM share price currently 0.35p and 11.1% of that = 0.003885p I'm going for a lie down after that intense bit of mental activity :-)
22/12/2013
20:32
wriglet: Gibrewog thats a question I've asked myself; DNi or RGM. If Mambare gets developed then with RGM's smaller market cap compared to DNi's and a 50% equal share of ORO nickel and a % of DNi then % wise RGM should do a lot better especially with the Mambare royalty which on its own could be worth many multiples of RGM's current market cap. I did buy a few DNi shares during the recent fundraising but kept the vast majority of my (DNi/RGM) money in RGM. If the RGM share price had been a lot higher I might have come to a different decision. Regards Wriglet
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