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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Condor Gold Plc LSE:CNR London Ordinary Share GB00B8225591 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 42.25 41.50 43.00 42.25 42.25 42.25 214,880 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.5 -1.9 - 49

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15/7/2020
12:42
Thank you book5. I'm not sure it would have occurred to the company but maybe Mark Childs will see this exchange and follow up. I agree it certainly makes perfect sense.
forearmed
15/7/2020
12:06
book5 as a matter of interest, although I think it is potentially a very good idea to tie in the locals to the mine's success, is the idea of local landowners becoming shareholders actually being suggested there, on the ground? Or is it simply something that has been suggested here on this bb?
forearmed
15/7/2020
12:02
All good Quietness on the local news channel Negotiations proguessing Hopefully rest of land oweners become shareholders, so their interests line up with ours. I believe we will see some fire works by end of summer.
book5
15/7/2020
11:51
That recent Director purchase by Jim Mellon our largest shareholder Was a clear signal as to where this is going. In conjunction with his frequent bullish comments on where the gold price is going, you couldn’t get a Stronger buy signal. Hopefully the market is starting to take notice with 50 trades so far for a volume of 575000 with Buys outnumbering Sells 5:1.
888icb
15/7/2020
09:34
I still think Condor remains under most folks radar, potentially offers the best upside in the sector given the current undervaluation compared to peers. It does look like the recent placing/warrant indigestion has been absorbed, if so the share price should soon reflect a value more consistent with related companies, the discount is higher than 50% in some cases. News would assist the situation but the recent director purchase of £150k of stock in the open market tells you all you need to know. The most recent broker coverage offered a target price of £1.02p.
observer007
15/7/2020
09:32
In the absence of news the activity in the market is the only think to watch. Looking to see this move firmly into the 40’s on good volume.
888icb
15/7/2020
09:23
Out of interest why the running commentary on volume and trades?
mikeh30
15/7/2020
09:20
Volume now 408000 and the buys are rolling in at 42.499.
888icb
15/7/2020
09:05
A good start Up 5% on volume of 350000. Gold moving up currently 1812. 30 trades all buys except one Sell of 12500 shares.
888icb
15/7/2020
09:03
An interesting flurry of buys just gone through. Wonder what the trigger was
pauliewonder
13/7/2020
20:17
Mellon only buys stuff like this to get 10 to 1000 times his original investment.
1airbag
13/7/2020
12:24
Have bought in today having completed due diligence over the weekend, I do like the CEO who seems a very genuine and focussed individual. As pointed out by others, the board have significant skin in the game, Jim Mellon recently bought 400,000 shares, he nearly has 19m shares in all from 117m in issue. I think Condor has been under most folks radar as other more 'prominent' gold plays have offered more excitement but some look well valued until gold moves higher still. Condor offers great value and there appears to be a news rich period coming up. That recent broker target of £1 seems very attainable.
observer007
13/7/2020
09:42
The market cap according to ADVFN and LSE is £50 million. Which is still very cheap!
888icb
13/7/2020
09:38
To show the extent of the undervaluation - Condor had a market cap of £52m in 2016, here we are in 2020 with the potential of near term revenue via toll mining, a proven 2.5m ounce resource plus a gold price of $1800oz and the company only has a enterprise value of £43m ?? Cheap !
silverspoon2009
13/7/2020
09:35
A small trade has just gone through at 44p so perhaps another tick up is imminent.
888icb
13/7/2020
09:25
A positive start to the week with the first tick up 1.2% on volume of 172000 all buys.
888icb
13/7/2020
08:26
What I like about this is management has significant skin in the game, Mellon and Child hold over 20% of the equity and have always supported the rare cash raisings. Very small free float, only 117m in issue and those are, in the main, tightly held. This could easily double in price in a flash, if the toll mining goes ahead (as some imply) it will rocket. A great entry point.
silverspoon2009
13/7/2020
08:23
I bought essentially as a punt on El Salvador but remained when Nicaragua came along. I have become more and more convinced as the years progress. Never fall in love with a share they say, I have with CNR.
sir andrew ffoulkes
13/7/2020
08:07
Looks like a good week ahead here, 60p+ is easily attainable short term IMO. Condor as shown as a 'STRONG BUY' with Barchart, they are pretty good also. Https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/CNR.LN/overview
the_debt_collector
13/7/2020
07:44
In LSE BB there is an interesting discussion why the "early birds" invested into CNR many years ago. Being one of those early birds ( but still not registered at LSE BB :-)) I can answer for my part that the historic geographic data (old mining sites, but especially the sovjet drilling results) in combination with a "gut feeling" on Mark as a manager was my trigger to put my coins in Condor. We should not forget that El Salvador project had hard times and many early birds gave up underway. I didn't give up basically because I was convinced by the sovjet data on Nicaragua projects, which proves to be a good decision. Who knows, maybe El Salvador project is relaunched at a later stage? Times & politics are changing and countries need money. As far as I know we could restart El Salvador if permitted. Anyway, for the moment focus on La India and get a 100000 oz/yr production going would be my expectation for 2021
oldiegoldie
12/7/2020
23:47
A family with 30 manzanas (20 hectares) is considering selling soon bcs cnr is offering decent money to them. One of my contacts likes the idea that land owners are paid in a combination of cash and shares. He said, it should help to convince the last landowners to sell. Some of land owners may request this. No sure how it could be done, may be cnr could hold the shares and issue share certificates? . But if accepted it should bring loyal - long term shareholders. To be fair, this should be a similar option when raising cash in the open market to Mms. Gla
book5
12/7/2020
19:43
Uuu some people can read and understand... nice!
trad3m3
12/7/2020
18:09
It is correct that NMC haven’t reduced their holding. A poster on another bb spoke to Mark Child Quoting Mark: 1. “ NMC has not sold any shares. Randy Martin exercised the 25p warrant for 1.64M shares. The company received £410,000. He has sold the shares he exercised” 2. “ It is a bit confusing. The Placement in June 2019 had accelerator warrants, which had to be exercised if the shares traded above 40p for 10 days. Randy has other commitments and didn't have spare case, so he exercised and sold. But has retained 100% of the original US$2.5M investment at 20p. He is happy” So there is nothing of concern in the last RNS. The big news was the 400000 share purchase by Jim Mellon adding to his already large shareholding and he is a massive gold bull increasing his exposure to gold. It looks like the overhang has cleared and next week CNR should build on Fridays gains.
888icb
11/7/2020
19:33
Well Jim got some more shares, I guess sooner than later this will be completed.
trad3m3
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