Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cic Gold Grp LSE:CICG London Ordinary Share SC0665AHDJ29 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.425p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 -1.4 -1.5 - 1.48

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19/7/2017
21:10
'Tick tock. Getting closer to August!' Reference to the time frame for the alleged listing on a European exchange by one of the deluded thread. Nothing a Pfadfinder could not screw up, eh fatboy.
the diddymen
19/7/2017
16:01
There is such a small free float with AMED, GENISES, that it is a prime candidate for pump and dump manipulation. I notice it went over 40p last December on ramping hype alone. Someone made a killing!
papillon
19/7/2017
12:38
Nope got out when they announced the 1 billion prime contract which never happened
genises
18/7/2017
19:52
You missed a great opportunity to sell BNN today, GENISES, when it rose to 74.50p intraday. Upper Bollinger Band currently offering resistance to BNN share price at 69.75p as I suggested yesterday. Most AIM shares ultimately end up losing money for LTH's, especially those operating in China, so I don't expect BNN will buck that trend. PS. You still in AMED? I notice the share price is dropping fast (bearish death cross on AMED chart recently) despite the usual suspects still ramping for all they are worth!
papillon
18/7/2017
12:59
In for the long term Chee if you were that good on reading the bands you would be retired and living the life. Still Going up with out any RNS on several major launches . Bnn will be swallowed up just a awaiting game.
genises
17/7/2017
18:10
Could be a good time to sell your BNN shares, GENISES, or prepare to sell them. I said last week you could see a bounce (a dead cat bounce?) in the BNN share price Well it's going up on very low volume towards the upper Bollinger Band (currently circa 69p). The longer term trend in BNN is still down. bwthfdik?
papillon
16/7/2017
18:24
hTTps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-07-16/three-charts-showing-hedge-funds-losing-precious-metals-faith
papillon
16/7/2017
15:32
Looking back through your posting history on lse & advfn, macnai, I see you were still a JQW bull even after the share price had totally collapsed and they were suspended from AIM. Definitely NOT the action of a "Smart Investor"! JQW turned out to be one of a growing number of so called "China Frauds" listed in London. One would have thought you would have learnt your lesson. hTTps://www.shareprophets.com/views/25270/lost-money-on-china-frauds-naibu-china-chaintek-jqw-camkids-here-s-a-mad-idea
papillon
16/7/2017
13:05
"papi........What are you" Someone who once was a small shareholder in CICC, who still follows the whole CICC saga, rather like I still follow other shares I have held in the past, such as PVR, LOGP, MAGP & MTA and for which I consider myself extremely lucky to have sold before their respective sp's collapsed, like so many other AIM shares! I still post my thoughts on the advfn bb's of these companies. It doesn't cost anything to post your thoughts on a message board, but it has ultimately cost long term holders in the shares of CICC/CICG, PVR, LOGP, MAGP & MTA money! Some PI's have lost considerable sums of money! I don't know how the CICC, PVR, LOGP, MAGP & MTA saga's will eventually pan out; I'm just an interested observer who has (luckily IMO) no remaining financial interest in any of these companies. Consider me as a former football fan who still follows the clubs, but no longer wastes his money going to watch the matches. Paying an exorbitant amount to watch Premiership football matches is just money down the drain as far as I'm concerned; similarly gambling on speculative AIM shares (and similar listed companies) is also a very good way to lose money! PS. You forgot to add a ? to your comment, macnai.
papillon
16/7/2017
04:51
papi........What are you
macnai
15/7/2017
23:25
GENISES. I hope your optimism concerning BNN comes true, for your sake. However the BNN chart is currently extremely bearish and has been bearish since November. Whether the BNN chart is still bearish, or has turned bullish, by this time next year I have no idea because as I said I have no crystal ball. I can't predict the future, though in the short term we could see a bounce up to towards the 50 day EMA, or even higher. bwtfdik? I would never invest in any company that operates in China, yet is listed on the LSE. I don't always agree with the views of TW & ShareProphets, but I agree with his views on companies that operate in China yet are listed in London. Why are they listed here and not in China? You have to admit those that do list here have a poor survival rate, to put it mildly. Some have been shown to be outright frauds! Regarding your investment in CICC & CICG, I hope you recover your money. Will you? No idea. To have a chance of recovering your money they have to list first. Will they both list in August? No idea, though I have my doubts. Even if they do list and bullish RNS's are issued pre listing I still wouldn't buy them!
papillon
15/7/2017
21:01
I'll stay on here talking to the doc. It's a lot cheaper SO TRUE
genises
15/7/2017
20:59
pap watch then. BNN a year behind what shareholders were expecting in growth. All coming together in china.
genises
15/7/2017
14:56
macnai Posts: 63 Observation Opinion: No Opinion Price: 0.00 Share Transfer Fri 18:04 Barclays hold all my CIC shares and as I now live in Canada they don't want "Smart Investors" who live overseas. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> That's an example of an oxymoron! "Smart Investors", whether living in the UK, or overseas, don't hold shares in CICC & CICG! LOL.
papillon
14/7/2017
22:48
LOL. They haven't listed yet, GENISES. What will happen to the sp's when (and IF) they list I have no idea. Unlike you I have no crystal ball; I can't predict the future! A lot will depend on what news is issued before these 2 companies list (IF they do list in August). I have no intention of buying shares in either company; I remember your last tip, last year. BNN. If I'd have bought them when you tipped them I'd be down almost 2/3 rds. I don't dabble in the stock market anymore; it's a mugs game, especially if you bought shares in CICC & CICG. What are they currently worth? ZILCH! How did the CICR share price perform when it was listed from 2005-2010 in Canada? Abysmally! I'll stay on here talking to the doc. It's a lot cheaper!
papillon
14/7/2017
19:54
Pap They are going up get in quick before they double!! Or stay on here talking to the doc.
genises
13/7/2017
12:34
So I have slowfast & goulding filtered on here and slowfast and sage filtered on the lse CICC bb. Well that's significantly reduced the amount of rubbish I have to read on these bb's! LOL.
papillon
12/7/2017
11:52
"Asylum member Aymesco is already strapped in." He sure is, TD. In fact he's so far gone he's certifiable.
papillon
11/7/2017
21:31
The gormless Aymesco on LSE: "Let's just see think I wanted to make a big impression I would try and do it start of August but hey who knows all good." Aymesco with Fatboy 'August' on its own is not good enough, you also need to add the year. History says that it will not be in the teens.
the diddymen
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