Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conroy Gold & Natural Resources Plc LSE:CGNR London Ordinary Share IE00BZ4BTZ13 ORD EUR0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.60 9,871 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.20 7.00 6.60 6.60 6.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.49 -2.16 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:07:56 O 5,000 6.89 GBX

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08/4/2020
09:20
Conroy Gold & Natural Re... Daily Update: Conroy Gold & Natural Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CGNR. The last closing price for Conroy Gold & Natural Re... was 6.60p.
Conroy Gold & Natural Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.50p and a 12 week average price of 5.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 18p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4p.
There are currently 26,213,872 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 88,875 shares. The market capitalisation of Conroy Gold & Natural Resources Plc is £1,730,115.55.
25/3/2020
16:11
chrysos: Fabulous... ▪ Conroy Gold is in discussions with "at least half a dozen" global mining companies about a joint venture to develop a number of gold mines (who could it be???... FYI The world's top six gold mining companies are: 1. Newmont Goldcorp (TSX:NGT,NYSE:NEM) Production: 158.7 tonnes (5.2Moz) 2. Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX,NYSE:GOLD) Production: 140.8 tonnes (4.6Moz) 3. AngloGold Ashanti (ASX:AGG,NYSE:AU) Production: 106.1 tonnes (3.5Moz) 4. Kinross Gold (TSX:K,NYSE:KGC) Production: 77 tonnes (2.5Moz) 5. Newcrest Mining (ASX:NCM,OTC) Production: 76.4 tonnes (2.5Moz) 6. Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) Production: 75.9 tonnes (2.5Moz) ▪ Conroy's share price has risen 160pc since the start of the year. ▪ The company is looking to a joint venture to finance and develop at least three gold mines. ▪ Conroy has invested up to €19m on developing the project to date. "We have something that could be very big in international terms, this is a major find and that has been recognised in industry terms, and it is now being recognised on the stock market" Conroy said... Fearghal O'Connor, Irish Independent. February 09 2020. "Conroy Gold’s in-house concept studies have suggested that its Irish licences could host 15-20Moz of gold": Shore Capital 2012. Lipstick looks superb on a pig.
16/3/2020
12:48
jlondon: GOLD PRICE From my 11 Mar 2020 post #9673, I cited the scoping study ie US$ 1, 3 7 2. The gold price has been $1, 2000 + for quite a long time ie as far as I can remember. So, US$1,372 is the base price for the scoping study. When gold went to US$1,600+, then of course it becomes more profitable. That alone means an extra $228 in pure profit from the base case of US$1,372. Ireland is a Tier 1 jurisdiction and therefore costs will be higher than a more risky jurisdiction. Majors etc are now looking at Tier 1 jurisdictions in the main if they can help it due to resource nationalism - this is widely known. Further, majors are looking for EXTENSIVE potential strikes and faults and this is also widely known [Alistair Ford, Mining Analyst said so]. It is not easy to obtain extensive acreages of potential strikes and faults as there are not many still going. One can get exploration licences with some effort from some reports in Ireland but it does not mean that they are given automatic mining permission. I cant quote the exact words but I recall that CGNR has development rights but kindly check. Lastly, Dalradian from initial research showed that they started small ie resource definition and worked up. These days, hard to get drilling funds of US$300m + or a bit less. It is common knowledge that Solgold is looking for the next US$150m + and that is also taking time as is known. Solgold share price is also falling despite MRE of 23 moz. Googin said that the current is new opportunities and risks. He equates it to gambling. For me, one has to do research and thereafter up to everyone to access risk vs reward. CGNR*s mkt cap is £3m and Solgold in recent times, prior to the share price fall was in the £300m area. Greatland Gold is £130m+ [JV with Newcrest having 30% of Havierion] with some 5moz touted in recent times. So, one is looking at all gold juniors and their reward vs risk profile, not just CGNR. With no data, how can one tell the potential reward? Mon, 16 Mar 2020.
11/3/2020
17:51
goggin: It's definitely a strange volume, normally if this was all buying, the share price would be up substantial more, the reverse is true as well. Mabey a transfer of stock between connected parties, who knows. Volume is high enough to be note worthy. We will possibly have an answer within the next 4 to 6 weeks out, however, this is pure guess work. Provided the gold price holds, this is a much safer bet now than 10 or 20 years ago. Did someone say 'Patience is a Virtue'
11/3/2020
15:15
jlondon: Per Goggin*s post of today, Wed,11 Mar 2020: There has been 11 trades of 50k bought plus one 100k= 650,000 shares bought at over 12p. [TOTAL £80,975] From the London South East CGNR, there is only 1 sale of 2,926 shares @12p [£351]. After the 100k trade, there was another 25,000 trade buy at 12.85p = £3,213. On HL, it is currently 12p to sell and 13p to buy [advertised] +8.7%. The mkt cap of CGNR is £3m. So, whoever bought the £80,975 worth of CGNR shares today is short of nearly 3% [3% of £3m = £90,000] Yesterday, I checked live price and the market maker had no quote for even 1,000 shares to sell. All that was quoted was for 100 shares to sell. Not surprising given the ...which caused many small holders to sell out. So, thanks to Goggin*s post, it appears that today, volume is rather heavy from this one volume buyer. Havent checked yet as to whether the mm*s have any more to sell. ===
04/3/2020
10:22
kevjones2: No point discussing the decimation of the share price as in this new world telling lies is the new truth. Time to dig up some old posts. CGNR is going absolutely nowhere. Even if yet another attempt at ousting Conroy is successful too much damage has been done. In 25 years of promises not a single ounce of gold has been taken out of the ground.
27/2/2020
15:33
kevjones2: Goggin, we both made a mistake although yours is much worse. The scamsolidation was not 200 to 1, it 100 to 1. That was my mistake. However, you worked out its peak share price by multiplying the recent high of 40p x 100 to get an all time high of £40. That is incorrect. The share's peak price (ignoring consolidations) was £11.11p. Using today's share price which includes the 100 to 1 consolidation the actual high in today's terms was 1111 x 100 which is £1,100.00. Astonishing and all as it seems. To put it another way: if you take today's share price of 12.25p and divide it by the consolidation of 100 to 1, the comparable value with £11.11p is 0.1225p. The share price has gone from £11.11p to 0.1225p. Catastrophic does not cover it. I don't think there's a word to describe the collapse. Decimation does not work because there are always fools to keep the tiny share price ticking over.
19/2/2020
20:55
richgit: Fearghal O'Connor Conroy Gold is in discussions with "at least half a dozen" global mining companies about a joint venture to develop a number of gold mines across Monaghan, Cavan and Armagh, the Sunday Independent has learned. Conroy - which believes it could be sitting on very significant gold deposits in the Border regions - saw its share price jump by close to 50pc last week, meaning it has risen 160pc since the start of the year. "This is a major find and that has been recognised in industry terms, and it is now being recognised on the stock market," said founder and chairman Professor Richard Conroy. The company is looking to put in place a joint venture to finance and develop at least three gold mines along a 60km gold trend that it has discovered in the Border region. Efforts to bring on board a major international mining player have "moved a long way", with visits from geologists and senior executives of six separate companies in recent months to Conroy's main Clontibret site. "The interest is there, we've had the visits, and the message is certainly out there in the industry and beginning to go out to the market that this could be something quite serious," said Conroy. "It's nice to see the share price move towards the asset value. It's very pleasant to see and I think people are beginning to realise the sheer size of the discovery that we have made and the potential. "It has taken a long time, but major exploration does tend to take a long time." Conroy said that the company had invested up to €19m on developing the project to date. Shares were trading at 14.75p on Friday. Potential joint venture partners would likely want to take a stake of at least 50pc in the company, but would finance the next phase of development. Concern that the project has moved too slowly has created friction with some major shareholders in the past and Conroy said that proposed timelines would play a part in deciding on a joint venture partner. He said: "We have something that could be very big in international terms, but one of the big majors could put a longer timeline on it than a smaller company might. There have been one or two ripples, but shareholders have by and large been very patient. But it is time now for us to have these discussions and we'd like to move on with it."
09/2/2020
18:41
hooops: Conroy Gold is in discussions with "at least half a dozen" global mining companies about a joint venture to develop a number of gold mines across Monaghan, Cavan and Armagh, the Sunday Independent has learned. Conroy - which believes it could be sitting on very significant gold deposits in the Border regions - saw its share price jump by close to 50pc last week, meaning it has risen 160pc since the start of the year. "This is a major find and that has been recognised in industry terms, and it is now being recognised on the stock market," said founder and chairman Professor Richard Conroy. The company is looking to put in place a joint venture to finance and develop at least three gold mines along a 60km gold trend that it has discovered in the Border region. Efforts to bring on board a major international mining player have "moved a long way", with visits from geologists and senior executives of six separate companies in recent months to Conroy's main Clontibret site. "The interest is there, we've had the visits, and the message is certainly out there in the industry and beginning to go out to the market that this could be something quite serious," said Conroy. Ad "It's nice to see the share price move towards the asset value. It's very pleasant to see and I think people are beginning to realise the sheer size of the discovery that we have made and the potential. "It has taken a long time, but major exploration does tend to take a long time." Conroy said that the company had invested up to €19m on developing the project to date. Shares were trading at 14.75p on Friday. Potential joint venture partners would likely want to take a stake of at least 50pc in the company, but would finance the next phase of development. Concern that the project has moved too slowly has created friction with some major shareholders in the past and Conroy said that proposed timelines would play a part in deciding on a joint venture partner. He said: "We have something that could be very big in international terms, but one of the big majors could put a longer timeline on it than a smaller company might. There have been one or two ripples, but shareholders have by and large been very patient. But it is time now for us to have these discussions and we'd like to move on with it."
07/10/2019
07:10
thecynical1: What is spacedust smoking? He seems to Think the share price has been "manipulated down"? Hey buddy.....no need for anyone to manipulate the share price here.......the "particularly talented" ( my opinion!!!!! LoL ) individuals, who take disproportionate fees every year, are quite capable of driving the share price down all on their own! ( again, my opinion! ) 😎😎
06/7/2017
12:32
kevjones2: For the sake of this post any mention of historic sps have been adopted to post-consolidation measures. kaos, those comments about Goldeneye's attitudes to the share price were examples of the type of things he has said but I'm not going to go through all his ramping posts. That said, I will be literal in future. Furthermore, I may have been too aggressive in my post (any defence of the man at the helm of two of the worst performing shares on AIM causes anger) and I apologise for said aggression. Nevertheless, Goldeneye has spent literally years alluding to an imminent JV - literally scores upon scores of posts about this imaginary JV being only weeks away (don't ask me for examples, just click on any page of his posts prior to when he started concentrating far more on KDR - about page 9 or 10 of his posts). Goldeneye has been patronising to anyone who quite rightly called out Conroy for his shocking mismanagement which has managed to reduce both CGNR and KDR's sps to mere tiny fractions of what they were. He ahs also implied on countless occasions that those dissing CGNR have another agenda (the rampers classic claim). Goldeneye has continuously ramped this share and encouraged others to buy. Below is an example (when the share price was 134p) of the imaginary JV and the ramping to buy. There are scores of the same in his posts: Goldeneye5 - 03 Jan 2014 - 23:44:18 - 3968 of 7762 Conroy Gold & Natural "I would not be surprised to see a jv with one of the top gold majors in the world, thus giving them an entry into and foothold in irelands gold. If I'm wrong I will eat my hat. This is a screaming buy now, (134p) and not because of that BBC news report, but because of a possibly imminent funding arrangement/jv with a gold major.... IMO, DYOR, etc, Significant re-rate for cgnr and KDR will continue north next week. Good luck" Both have continued to plummet. Goldeneye has frequently contradicted himself. He said in the past that he is against inter-company loans but now is trumpeting that very action as being potentially great for CGNR apropos KDR. He was previously impressed with Paul Johnson: "Jammytass, their Irish investment in conroy gold and PJs personal investment in Conroys other vehicle Karelian could pay massively. I could see a Rio Tinto joint venture for both of his companies, certainly for KDR. Don't rule it out for conroy gold also. I would say that Metal Tiger and PJ has made a great call there. I think Q4 could bare fruit here. All IMO, DYOR etc" As soon as PJ's bod suggestions reflected negatively on Goldeneye's idol - Conroy - we get this: "... I just think PJ would be a mistake on the board....That said maybe this will be a wake up call for them, as shareholder communication/ progress has been abysmal with cgnr for some time now." The mixed messages are enveloped in articulate double-speak. Goldeneye was suggesting over three years ago that the time might be right for Conroy to go: Goldeneye5 - 24 Jan 2014 - 19:42:36 - 4416 of 7762 "I do agree that giving up control for the prof is probably part of the problem...but he is not stupid, he will be focusing on cutting a good deal for the company I am sure." 20 months ago: Goldeneye5 - 17 Nov 2015 - 15:45:59 - 6967 of 7762 "It would have been too dilutive for all shareholders, and off course the prof himself. But I can see why he didn't go in that direction in fairness to him. Prof will tie up with a major, that is the way this will go. Prof will then take a back seat. Hopefully soon!" Soon indeed. However, now Goldeneye is again saying he has the utmost confidence in a bod that has quite literally decimated the share price of CGNR. He speaks about loyalty. What a gip! I'm loyal to family and friends and my football club. This is business and a miserably failed business. If I'm down 80% 'loyal' fans of Conroy like Goldeneye must be down well over 99%. That's not loyalty, it's stupidity. Finally, Goldeneye just said this: "I don't see any market excitement about the request for board changes." How he can dismiss a 50% share price rise in a share that was heading for absolute oblivion beggars belief. The irony is that while I've returned to being somewhat positive about CGNR because of the excellent 50% share price rise caused by the market's excitement at the POSSIBILITY of CGNR achieving what Goldeneye himself was calling for over 3 years ago, Goldeneye himself is now saying those very changes are BAD for the company. Why? Because he doesn't want the boat rocked at KDR where there is a remote possibility of getting the share price up from its 'pathetic lows'. CGNR has been rejected by several companies who all sold out, the share price is about 1,000th of what it was, some bod people agree with the changes proposed by other major investors, the company is utterly disrespected and...funny how easy it is to forget this...not a single ounce of gold has been commercialised in over a decade. The fact changes are needed is mindnumbingly obvious. In summation, I don't like double-talk and posters changing like the wind to suit their own situation at any given time. It's insincere and unhelpful when literally one or two PIs are going against every other party, simply to suit their own aims. Those one or two are the people with agendas - the people who cannot be trusted. I leave you with this: Goldeneye5 - 07 Mar 2017 - 14:21:47 - 7601 of 7762 Conroy Gold & Natural Resources 2011 (CGNR) - CGNR "CGNR's share price performance is pathetic and I have no doubt is a real embarrassment to the company. Can't remember the last time the share price did anything positive" The share price is finally doing something positive since 8th June. 50% rise since even the possibility of changes were mooted.
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