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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines Plc LSE:RGM London Ordinary Share GB00BKM69866 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.825 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.80 0.85 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.59 -0.26 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.825 GBX

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01/7/2020
09:20
Regency Mines Daily Update: Regency Mines Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGM. The last closing price for Regency Mines was 0.83p.
Regency Mines Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.80p and a 12 week average price of 0.73p.
The 1 year high share price is 10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.04p.
There are currently 189,910,596 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,583,427 shares. The market capitalisation of Regency Mines Plc is £1,566,762.42.
22/6/2020
09:38
the_debt_collector: Amazing how determined a few individuals are to bash everything associated with Andrew Bell (no longer involved at Regency BTW) it is frankly rather futile, the man has made a fortune out of suckers like Torp who fell for Bell in the early days and now is almost certainly financially distressed as a result. Thing is RGM (and even RRR and POW) WILL have their day once again, in my view RGM is closing in on a material re-rate. No amount of trolling or bashing will stop buyers entering when you could be looking at 100%/200%/300% possible returns - any company sub £2m is a binary play, RGM looks interesting given the recent tie up with Shell and the Chinese strategic investor who holds 8% of RGM. Buyers will return and the share price will respond accordingly.
09/6/2020
15:47
torp: The ramping is so very pathetic. In Jan 2019 Bambos posted: "Apologies in advance to all shorters.. This is going north.." and "Why do we entertain the trolls, there is nothing they can do now but accept the share price is going north. Hold on to your hats............. " At the time the share price was 0.375p (that is pre-consolidation 1-100) Today's share price is 0.012p in the same pre-consolidation terms. That's a loss of 97% of the share value that you were busily pumping. Your methods are as obvious as the day and anyone who follows your lame stock pumping as I said, thoroughly deserves to lose their money. Either you have lost £10,000s on this stock and RRR or you are simply just another 2-bit boiler room pump lackey. A tiny spike does not in any shape or form address the catastrophic losses of this company nor does it alter in any way it's well established Modus Operandi. Ramp away old son DYOR .
09/6/2020
12:25
torp: Bambos has been ramping RRR and RGM on/off for years My archive has all of his (and everyone else's) posts going back to 2012/13 Some examples: RRR - Oct 2015 "RNS Very close" RRR - Nov 2015 "News imminent.... YES SIREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" RRR - Dec 2015 "Paul Johnson has interest in RRR amd ia building up a stake? Yes please :)" "Any fund raise will be down the line and a welcome cash injection to further propel the share price and company prospects.. A while before that happens imo" "Matlot & Bitersweet are buying.... YeS siRrrrEeeeeeeeeeeeee! "Onwards & Upwards Red Rockers :))))))))" RRR - Feb 2016 "Aim companies disappeared during the financial collapse. RRR lives on and is in a perfect position now to grow.. Cash in the bank, low costs, assets. Some are unsure about AB but he is the best man for the job." RRR - Jun 2016 "Gloom merchants have an agenda.. Ignore" RGM - Jan 2019 "Why do we entertain the trolls. There is nothing they can do now but accept the share price is going north. Hold on to your hats............. $$$$$$$$$$ Oh yeeeeesss sirrrrrr eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!" And so on and so forth Share prices of both companies have been utterly decimated since Anyone who listens to stock pumpers deserves to lose their money. The Annual Reports and charts tell you all you need to know to stay well clear. DYOR
05/6/2020
11:32
torp: Bambos would have said the same after the 2015 consolidation Your words are empty nonsense A share that is perpetually decimated by dilution is always going to be repeatedly consolidated In fact the true facts are that the company has now performed 3 separate Capital Reorganisations The first occurred when the share price had been decimated so much that it was approaching the nominal share value which at that time was 0.1p. English Law dictates that a company can not issue shares at prices below it's nominal share value which of course presented a show stopping problem for a company that lives off issuing endless confetti shares. So they arbitrarily lowered the nominal share value to 0.01p Then carried on diluting. All there in the RNS history. So in total 3 capital reorganisations done in just the last few years 1. Nominal Share Value lowered from 0.1p to 0.01p 2. Shares consolidated on a 1-20 basis 3. Shares consolidated on a 1-100 basis I think any rational honest person can clearly anticipate the pattern and company Modus Operandi there. So yes, I would personally say further share consolidations will be a nailed on certainty at some point going forward. After the Dec 1-100 consolidation the Share Price here was 3.5p Within just 5 months that share price had been decimated to 0.75p levels and even after the tiny rise this week the share price is still only 0.95p which represents a 74% loss of value since December. In addition the shares in issue in Dec after the consolidation were just 86m Today just 5 months later they are already over 168m How many more bits of worthless confetti will be issued by the end of the year?!! These are not shares to hold on to for any length of time It's a dilution pit and always has been along with RRR Total avoid for me DYOR
26/5/2020
17:14
torp: The failed business model has been going on here for years. Repeated losses, endless dilution and the share price devastation that comes with it. ANNUAL REPORT RESULTS ======================= 2012 - Loss of £2,112,350 - Admin £1,091,108 - Cash raised £907,090 2013 - Loss of £5,166,017 - Admin £1,224,013 - Cash raised £3,327,678 2014 - Loss of £1,508,812 - Admin £881,947 - Cash raised £1,212,805 2015 - Loss of £5,888,742 - Admin £964,761 - Cash raised £1,049,765 2016 - Loss of £1,965,722 - Admin £594,733 - Cash raised £781,595 2017 - Loss of £534,267 - Admin £414,943 - Cash raised £1,576,701 2018 - Loss of £1,549,619 - Admin £735,697 - Cash raised £1,150,000 2019 - Loss of £2,607,978 - Admin £652,918 - Cash raised £240,000 Total Losses above - £21,333,507 Total Raised above - £10,245,634 Total Admin above - £6,560,120 Directors keep paying themselves despite the yearly losses made. Just look how much of the raised cash disappears in Admin alone !! It's crazy. In Feb 2015 the share price had been decimated so much it was at the nominal share price of 0.1p. English law prevents companies from issuing new shares at prices below that nominal value so RGM directors simply did a capital reorganisation and lowered the nominal share price to 0.01p. Basically a "rinse-repeat" reset that allowed death spiral dilution to continue. Just 12 months later, in Dec 2015 they then did a share consolidation on a 1-20 basis. Another "rinse-repeat" move. Dilution continued. Roll forward just 4 years and in comes Parsons & Co but leaving old board member Scott Kaintz in place. First thing they do is issue over 7 billion more shares to the 1.5 billion shares in issue at that point. Then they do yet another share consolidation this time on a colossal 1-100 basis. This now means the share price here has been consolidated by a factor of 2000 !!!! Today's share price of 0.775p would actually be 0.0003875p without those consolidations !! After the December consolidation there were 86m shares in issue and the share price was 3.5p Just 4 months later and we already have 168m shares in issue and the share price has already been decimated down to 0.775p. A loss of 78% value since Parsons & Co arrived. What a total crock it is !! I'd consider myself to be utterly moronic to buy shares here. The stock pumpers are imho just looking for suckers to help get the next placing away and always will be. I definitely won't be that sucker. Be sure to do your research and do it well. The plain facts are all there in the Annual Report. SP is only going to continue Southward imho. DYOR
07/5/2020
12:42
torp: The failed business model has been going on here for years. Repeated losses, endless dilution and the share price devastation that comes with it. ANNUAL REPORT RESULTS ======================= 2012 - Loss of £2,112,350 - Admin £1,091,108 - Cash raised £907,090 2013 - Loss of £5,166,017 - Admin £1,224,013 - Cash raised £3,327,678 2014 - Loss of £1,508,812 - Admin £881,947 - Cash raised £1,212,805 2015 - Loss of £5,888,742 - Admin £964,761 - Cash raised £1,049,765 2016 - Loss of £1,965,722 - Admin £594,733 - Cash raised £781,595 2017 - Loss of £534,267 - Admin £414,943 - Cash raised £1,576,701 2018 - Loss of £1,549,619 - Admin £735,697 - Cash raised £1,150,000 2019 - Loss of £2,607,978 - Admin £652,918 - Cash raised £240,000 Total Losses above - £21,333,507 Total raised above - £10,245,634 Total Admin above - £6,560,120 Directors keep paying themselves despite the yearly losses made. Just look how much of the raised cash disappears in Admin alone !! It's crazy. In Feb 2015 the share price had been decimated so much it was at the nominal share price of 0.1p. English law prevents companies from issuing new shares (confetti) at prices below that nominal value so RGM directors simply did a capital reorganisation and lowered the nominal share price to 0.01p. Basically a "rinse-repeat" reset that allowed death spiral dilution to continue. In Dec 2015 they then did a share consolidation on a 1-20 basis to try and make the share price look respectable. Another "rinse-repeat" move. Dilution continued. Roll forward just 4 years and in comes Parsons & Co but leaving old board member Kaintz in place. First thing they do is add over 7 billion more shares to the 1.5 billion shares in issue Then they do yet another share consolidation this time on a colossal 1-100 basis. This now means the share price here has been consolidated by a factor of 2000 !!!! Today's share price of 0.825p would actually be 0.0004125p without those consolidations !! After the recent consolidation there were 86m shares in issue and the share price was 3.5p Just 4 months later and we already have 168m shares in issue and the share price has already been decimated down to 0.825p. A loss of 76% value since Parsons & Co arrived. What a total crock it is !! I'd consider myself to be utterly moronic to follow the ramping "jam tomorrow" spiel of what are so obviously paid stock promoters. Their sound bites and rhetoric are completely lame and utterly baseless. The true facts speak loudly for themselves. This is just a dilution pit and will always be imho. I would do better to set my bank notes on fire than buy the worthless confetti here. At least they would keep me warm for a while ! The stock pumpers are looking for suckers, imho to help get the next placing away. Don't be that sucker imo, I certainly won't be. Be sure to do your research and do it well. The plain facts are all there in the Annual Report. share price is only going to continue Southward imho. DYOR
24/2/2020
20:30
brookemia: gulagescapee Posts: 73 Price: 2.625 No Opinion coro BBToday 13:59 this from a top poster "patridge" on Coro BB but very relevant here. If the majority of PI's in companies with any links to Parsons think he is a low down scum bag out to line his own pockets and those of his little gang then well.......me I couldn't possibly comment lol " The initial £0.4 million consideration for the Disposal, payable by Zenith to the Group on Completion, will be settled through the issue of 6.7 million new Zenith Shares at an effective issue price of 6.0 pence per Zenith Share. Subject to the Italian Portfolio being disposed of achieving average daily production of 100,000 scm over a period of four successive months, a deferred consideration payment of £3.5 million will be made by Zenith to the Group through the issue of new Zenith Shares at an effective issue price equal to a 40% premium to the then prevailing Zenith share price at the time of issue". Why would the initial consideration be settled by the issue of shares at 6p when the share price was about 2p? How is that beneficial to shareholders of Coro? Why is the deferred consideration linked to the Zenith share price? And why is the payment at a 40% premium? How is that beneficial to Coro shareholders? If the production target is not met is there no deferred consideration paid? If the production target is not met do Zenith get the Italian portfolio for 6.7 million shares valued at 6p. Zenith shares are 1.4p today. There was also a 6 month lock in so Coro cannot sell. Is this a good deal? Don't worry. The head of Coro Italy has got a new position. He has gone to Ascent Resources with Mr Parsons. Is Mr Parsons chairman of Coro? I know he is director of C4 Energy. Mr Denham, the Coro CFO, is a shareholder in C4 Energy. He was parachuted into Nuog by C4 Energy. The broker at Nuog is Novum Securities. One of the brokers at Zenith is Novum Securites. Charles Brook Partridge is named at the bottom of the Zenith RNS as one of the partners in Novum. In recent weeks he bought 3% of Nuog shares. Two others did the same. The shares spiked. Charles sold his shares two days later. One of the people buying 3% Nuog shares was Mike Staten. He has a 6%+ stake in RGM. Mr Parsons is executive chairman at RGM in his C4 Energy capacity. RGM have a stake in Curzon. Recently C4 Energy bought the outstanding corporate debt in Curzon. It is a tangled web. Meanwhile, Coro has no assets. It has cash. But it also has £4,000,000 of administration cost a year. Everyone is highly paid and rewarded with options. Why? It is little more than a shell. It can find no place for its cash. No one wants it. Well, at least not in return for tangible assets.
13/3/2019
15:34
noirua: Time will tell if the Torp 0.085p RGM share price is correct or mine at 0.2p. I do not mind being wrong as my interest here is quite small but may well rise with the RGM meeting coming up in a few weeks time.
11/6/2018
19:03
graylyn1: Well last year the RGM share price ran up to 1.2p with the excitement of ROSA coal mine, sadly that has not worked out and the deal has so far not been of benefit to shareholders. However LH seem to be very thorough in their due diligence, they have spent a lot of time on this with RGM and hopefully this will now start to move us forward with the first JV deal in met coal, the JV now have the $3m cash ready for a deal which I think could now fall due ANY day. I am of the impression that this will be a MUCH larger project than ROSA and it is a WORKING met coal mine, no further funding will be required either according to AB in the recent pod cast. Fingers crossed, If its a good deal RGM could be attacking 1p very quickly imo. fully diluted 1p would give a mkt cap of just £12m ( Mambare is also to start up pretty soon, AB flies over there at end June) He is in talks with several parties now that the Nickel price has started to move! and states that as soon as the first coal deal is fully underway Regency will fully focus on the nickel/cobalt project of which they have only touched 3% and the company believes that there is a chance of finding higher grades as the jorc which they now have was done on an easy access area at the time. current mkt cap just a tad over £4m makes this a VERY interesting company as the coal deal ( assuming it goes ahead )should transform the company into a producer!
06/6/2018
11:54
graylyn1: also there are plenty of warrants to convert, providing enough cash to repay the short term loan providing that the RGM share price is high enough to warrant conversion.
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