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Bluerock LSE:BRD London Ordinary Share GB00B84H1764 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.255p 2,118,096 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.24p 0.27p 0.255p 0.255p 0.255p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.95 -1.18 -0.01 0.5

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18/3/201920:15BlueRock Diamonds - Diamond Producer937

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2019-03-26 16:27:220.251,250,0003,137.50O
2019-03-26 13:52:110.2789,190238.05O
2019-03-26 13:04:430.27574,0001,526.84O
2019-03-26 10:54:340.24204,906493.82O
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26/3/2019
08:20
Bluerock Daily Update: Bluerock is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRD. The last closing price for Bluerock was 0.26p.
Bluerock has a 4 week average price of 0.22p and a 12 week average price of 0.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.69p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.20p.
There are currently 202,324,243 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,403,843 shares. The market capitalisation of Bluerock is £515,926.82.
15/3/2019
10:34
tim000: Apologies but I'm going to continue the O/T briefly. I like the poster Mount Teide, but I don't understand his strong interest in TXP. Trinidad has been a long-running disaster for investors (including me - LGO, TRIN, Range, etc), because the wells have low and steeply declining flow rates, and the tax system is not supportive. There is a lot of smoke and mirrors arising from ongoing capex disguising underlying losses, but if the oil price falls and capex in new wells ceases, the underlying fragility of the business model quickly becomes exposed and the share price tanks, as happened fairly recently. So I hope for shareholders that the upcoming drills work out big time.
15/3/2019
09:47
tim000: I agree. If the business is inherently loss-making during the wet season, there doesn't seem any point in adding to the losses by scaling up operations. More generally, imo this is a deep-value, long-term investment. One has to accept short-term share price volatility caused by traders. But if the management succeed, the share price (roughly on a two-year view) should do exceedingly well.
21/2/2019
09:35
tim000: It's hard to say when BRD will reach sustainability wrt cashflow, obviously that depends on the grade of diamonds it produces - although the trend is favourable. What is slightly odd is that BRD is roughly half the mkt cap of BOD, when BRD is a cash generating mining operation and BOD is just a greenfield site, many years (and many dilutive fund raisings) away from production. BRD suffers from having no visibility amongst PIs. But should it find a chunky diamond or two and the share price hits the top of the ADVFN leader board, you can be sure that the herd will arrive soon after. BRD isn't a certainty as an investment, but it is one of the cheapest mining stocks on AIM imo, and with the most short-term upside if things go well.
12/2/2019
13:29
homebrewruss: I've sent an email to the company asking about the need for a placing/warrants at this low share price, now and with consequent massive dilution of existing holders. Don't know if I'll get answer but hopefully they might read it at least!
11/2/2019
08:43
homebrewruss: Placing is annoying at these levels but I guess at least its not below 0.3p. Would love to go tonight but having to look after the kids today. If anyone is going I would like to hear more information about the improvements and why they couldn't wait until later in the year when the had more revenue coming in and the share price may also be higher. Do they think these improvements will quickly pay for themselves?
08/2/2019
16:43
livewireplus: Never mind the timing - size matters - and they are getting bigger. No regards the timing of RNS then does like they were in hurry to get it out before close today as no time to value it prior to the RNS as opposed to the previous discovery RNS'd recently. Looking forward to Monday and next week. All it needs are a few more big gems and this will be back into being single figure share price ... Nothing can be sure with stocks like this but I feel that happy days are indeed finally on the way ...
23/1/2019
16:53
homebrewruss: Yes it's looking good. Hopefully once they announce the move to 24/7 production next month that should start to get the share price moving up.
10/7/2018
11:06
malcontent: ok i have a smallish holding here and I would ask some of you who know more than me about Bluerock a question or two, if you don't mind We are now sitting on a market cap of c £2.5 million... Is this company going bust? What are the key issues facing this company? What are the possible drivers to the share price that might indicate a turnaround? Thanks
22/5/2018
10:38
thevaluehunter: Shock horror the share price has moved!
19/1/2018
10:49
bikwik: Correction to my 483 post. Looks like they are making a profit according to this even though its from the companies broker and NOMAD 10:33 19 Sep 2017 Conclusion: BlueRock will almost certainly post a profit in the second half marking a dramatic turnaround. While it is difficult to see this enabling a profit for the full year it is likely that the business should be in a position to post ongoing positive returns if it is able to meet its target throughput and grade rates. *SP Angel acts as Nomad & Broker to BlueRock Diamonds Plus their recent (1 December) appointment of David Facey as Finance Director is interesting, particularly as he was a founding partner in share price Angel. Also, of course he holds 4,000,000 ordinary shares in the Company through his SIPP representing 2.86 per cent. of the Company's issued share capital. Mr Facey has also been granted 4,127,088 options in the Company. 2,063,544 of these options have an exercise price of 1.25p, a life of 5 years from 10 August 2017 and vest on the later of 1 year from the date of grant and the date that the Company's mid-market share price reaches 3p. 2,063,544 of these options have an exercise price of 2.25p, life of 5 years from 10 August 2017 and vest on the later of 2 years and the date that the Company's mid-market share price reaches 3p. I mean what is there not to like!
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