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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
  -1.60 -4.02% 38.20 38.00 40.00 39.50 39.00 39.50 51,221 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.3 -1.2 - 52

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21/7/2021
07:40
book5 - re 5909 - Thanks - I hope you are right -
pugugly
21/7/2021
07:32
Good rns These results will be incorporated into a revised feasibility-level mine plan and are expected to have a positive impact on the Project's economics. I like the word "expected" Some areas 16gr/tn sound very good. tough no bonanza grades...yet I like we found more unexpected resources, may this continue in la mestiza. :) I dream this week we go up to 50p Gla
book5
20/7/2021
22:15
Are you still invested?
connect5
20/7/2021
21:26
Good new article about Nicaragua in bnamericas, saying it is mining friendly. I don't know about the politics of the country, but Calibre Mining of Canada doesn't seem to have any problems with its El Limon and La Libertad mines. It may be that this larger company, has more clout than CNR. Few believe in the CNR story anyway, and although everything seems, prima facie, to be going in the right direction, I get the feeling there's something missing here. IMO, it is quite possible that with a new broom sweeping clean, the only practical solution would be for a takeover by another producing company already in Nicaragua, after CNR has gone as far as it can. Would the CNR shareholders be ripped off ? Haven't a clue, but have seen this time and time again over the years.
corrientes
20/7/2021
18:42
Pugugly I am not selling. I did not know about the cooperative till I had too many of these. The national tv channel news' video made it clear : they want land for land.. Question for me is what is this worth if liquidated? We own mestiza (from memory some infill drilling goes beyond 100m depth, so reserves will be of good quality), and we own an additional 500sqkm of concessions. I hope we are worth more than today closing price. No point selling. Some suggest this is worth much more bcs this is a walk in the park,...I believe by early next year all cards will be on the table for all to see, by then we should know. There could be good news on the pipeline. I dream very soon we could have a rns saying we found bonanza grades in la india.... Gla for tomorrow presentation
book5
20/7/2021
18:06
I want to hear honestly held views from all sides. The slide in the share price is a pain but stifling FreeSpeech is not the answer.
psolomons
20/7/2021
17:30
book5 - Reading between the lines of your posts over the last 6 months you seem to have gone from a positive to a negative trend - Message received by this investor is that the odds are now tilted in favour of selling and salvaging what we can - Or is this putting a too negative spin on your posts?
pugugly
20/7/2021
16:55
Imho if we dont give away la mestiza, we will explote it via a toll mining deal, to finance further drilling to find more resources. This could be even riskier if we do not find land that the miners want, then we will not be able to mine la india.
book5
20/7/2021
16:50
Never. It is what he has been asked for. Only MC has said is that the asking price is high. I know the asking prices of two of the three remaining propeties. I dont know the asking price of the 50x20m lot.
book5
20/7/2021
16:49
When has Mark mentioned giving away la mestiza ?
888icb
20/7/2021
16:45
What he really is saying is that he could get all the of la india land if he gives away la mestiza. Mestiza is what the miners want. This proposal is very expensive for MC. But what options does he have? Imho Only two : either a cpo, or give away la Mestiza away + keep drilling ( as explained above) to make it economically feasible.
book5
20/7/2021
16:42
He should stop going on these half baked you tube interviews though. Looks like a fool at best, a charlatan if you are inclined that way.
diggybee
20/7/2021
16:40
But but but. Mark said we did not need to worry about the land. It is not an issue. Are you saying this is incorrect?
diggybee
20/7/2021
16:20
But he will have his lovely Lotus Emira to look forward to and enjoy. Good luck to him and all here.
connect5
20/7/2021
16:07
Our broker valuarion assumes we have all land without land swap (ie we do not loose part or all of the mestiza).. We know a land swap is coming , so the valuation will come down unless we find other savings (increase depth of pit, current geotechnical drilling is to study the feasability of this option), or find more resources (current / recent infill drilling). This is why land is the key, and we should raise more cash to keep drilling.
book5
20/7/2021
16:00
I don’t have the last valuations and comparisons to peers to hand but fail to see why your points would not have been taken into account at the time as they all existed as possibilities and some have been resolved as we proceed to production. But that aside and to some extent if there are some merits in your argue such as increased dilution due to the low sp(although First Majestic did take shares at a premium to the then sp) then you are ignoring the other strong possibility at this stage of a bid. If some one bids they will recognise the true value of the gold and we won’t need to obtain further funding. I think we all know that it has been Mark’s intention to sell before production. The recent drilling to up the reserves suggests he is actively pursuing that option and the relevant BFS will soon follow. A bid could arrive at anytime and clearly having sold you would miss out on that.
888icb
20/7/2021
15:58
Only when we own all land, and have a fsa the market will value us at what we are worth. Till then institional investors will not invest in us much. So , at the moment small investors move the share with small number of sells or buys.
book5
20/7/2021
15:47
Nevertheless I'd love to drink the kool aid. But I can't find it.
diggybee
20/7/2021
15:46
Retailer like us are irrelevant anyway. You need institutional backing. And it's kind of absent.
diggybee
20/7/2021
15:44
We were told not drilling was required,no fsa was required, a cpo would solved the land. These three things have been proven wrong!! . We stopped drilling at cacao weeks ago. Before we continue drilling to test to 700m depth we would rather explore other areas, so imho cacao drilling will be most probably be abandoned for years. We were unlucky. Imho most probably our costs will go to much higher than current projections as our best reserves go in a land sawp. Still goverment can steal the land from the humble miners via a cpo (after elections) and give it to the rich foreigners , if so we would get lucky. So far goverment has supported the locals, isnt it?? We are cheap, I am not selling.
book5
20/7/2021
15:21
Maybe a bit of background to my decision: The current share price corresponds to a market valuation of ca 40-50% NPV. I think taking into account the specific situation (legislation, political issues, land issues, risk of dilution etc) this is quite a good (I dare to say high) valuation, compared to peers. Other explorers have much less than a 40-50% NPV valuation at similar development stages. I was always hoping for the toll milling to solve all financial issues, so the possibility to go into production without raising capital. As the likeliness of toll milling to happen is reduced to almost 0 now, the likeliness of dilution has (besides the land/election topics) heavily increased. Raising another 20 MGBP at a cureent MCap of 57MGBP would slam the share price down into the 20ties, and this is pure mathematics even ignoring the psychological factors, which might even aggravate things. ICB, sorry to say but you are totally ignoring the need for further funding in your reasoning.
oldiegoldie
20/7/2021
14:57
I don't think there's anything wrong in voicing one's opinions whether negative or positive and I would champion everyones right to do so. It seems the wider market and potential investors don't share the opinions of you, me, MC or any other so called experts spouting these valuations or we wouldn't be having this discussion. Your slant is very positive and fair play to you as I've said before but to accept anything contrary to your narrative seems to give you indigestion. I will sell when and if I want to and not because you or anyone else thinks otherwise.
connect5
20/7/2021
14:47
I have been expecting £1 every day for several months. Mark says it’s worth that as does the broker report as does any comparison with its peers. Personally I believe that with the large shareholders on the register plus a large number of shares in the hands of long term holders who are waiting for the rerate there are not many shares changing hands as shown by the low volumes. For some reason we are not attracting the new buyers we need to push the price up. In recent times many small investors are just looking for instant fortunes from short term positions in the share of the moment or Bitcoin. We know fro a year ago and other times how fast this can rise if the herd believe there is big news. Perhaps if you agree with the direction of travel posed in your question you should follow Old Goldie and sell now. If you are heavily invested and want it to succeed what is your reason for posting about a negative scenario.
888icb
20/7/2021
14:15
Core shareholders remain in place, so when marginal selling is finished, marginal buying will have an effect
septblues
20/7/2021
14:09
That's just based on what is happening to the share price currently and unfortunately as a teetotaller, I don't have your amber nectar to keep me dewey eyed. I don't want to get into a slanging match with you as there's no point to it. You are very positive and that's great however the share price isn't reacting in the way it should regardless of the progress made and anyone's opinions on here. Before you think of responding just remember I'm still invested here and heavily and I want this to succeed or I'd have done an OldieGoldie and baled out. Out of curiosity when do you see £1 happening?
connect5
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