Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Corcel Plc LSE:CRCL London Ordinary Share GB00BKM69866 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -15.63% 0.675 3,712,452 14:33:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.65 0.70 0.80 0.675 0.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.48 -2.00 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:07:37 O 31,250 0.70 GBX

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Corcel Daily Update: Corcel Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CRCL. The last closing price for Corcel was 0.80p.
Corcel Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.68p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.68p.
There are currently 437,686,666 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,953,340 shares. The market capitalisation of Corcel Plc is £2,954,385.
arlington chetwynd talbott: I think you know fine well that for most CRCL investors this is about news flow and the exit opportunities provided by share price appreciation rather than the ultimate outcome of every iron that CRCL has in the fire. Most folk on here know only too well how these projects can go. Although at the current MCAP the balance of risk and reward is arguably not that bad even for a HODLer. But it looks to me as if, over the short term at least, CRCL is going to majorly embarrass you and your fellow travelers.
arlington chetwynd talbott: Good analysis with good points that are well made. Real causes for concern if CRCL was sitting at, say, 10p or even a bit less, but no one, particularly the market, seems to be buying the Align valuation and the share price already seems to reflect most of the nuances/complexities/realities that you are talking about (which in any event only relate to the, albeit large, part of the business that is comparable to MAST). The fact is that the CRCL MCAP is so small that the right news flow could double or even triple the current share price. Whether such a move would be sustainable is a different matter, but I guess it is that sugar rush that many of us are here for.
helpfull: Oink! Oink! Anyone? "C4 Energy Limited (the "C4"), a company controlled by the Chairman, has agreed to convert £128,586 of outstanding debt and interest obligations, resulting in the issuance of 8,572,400 new ordinary shares locked up for 18 months" Neither Corcel or C4 Energy have stated how much was paid for the debt. It might have been £2. Corcel never paid full whack for the RMI debt. Was it a 40% discount? Anywho, the debt has been converted and I suspect it is a nice little earner for all those involved. Who is involved? Well Parsons gets a quarter of the converted shares or 2,143,100 new shares. He is a director and shareholder of C4 Energy. And Corcel and Coro Energy and Echo Energy and Ascent Resources. Did he used to be involved at Sound Energy? What happened there? Marco Fumagalli is also a director and shareholder of C4 Energy. Will he get 2,143,100 shares or a quarter of the new shares? Where have I heard the name before? Is he a director of Echo Energy, Coro Energy, Sound Energy and SourceBio? Some of those companies sound familiar. Who else is involved there? Andrew Dennan is a C4 Energy shareholder. I wonder if he gets 2,143,100 shares as well. Is he a director of Coro Energy and Ascent Resources? Is he still a director of Nuog? Jay Bhattacherjee is a C4 Energy shareholder. Does he get 2,143,100 shares as well? Is he still a director of Nuog? Hard to know what is going on there. Nuog shares have been suspended for a while. All these people appear to be "Masters of the Universe". The results of the companies they are involved with all speak for themselves. After all the kerfuffle, there will be 400,560,001 Corcel share in issue. Up from about 87,000,000 when Parsons joined the board in December 2019. The share price was 3.25p. What is it now? Four times as many shares and the share price divided by three. What has happened to shareholder value? Who has lost out? Who has gained? Another month. Another £35,000+ remuneration for Scottie and Parsons. Be careful.
helpfull: I thought you were talking about options. You appear to be getting your options mixed up with placings. But you still manage to talk nonsense. "On the day Parsons joined the company he was awarded options: "James Parsons has been awarded 304,056,730 three-year vest, five-year expiry options with an exercise price of 0.0275p per share" That was 5 Dec 2019 and the share price was 0.0325p (pre- consolidation). Option shares issued below the prevailing share price from the start" The share price (pre-consolidation) on 1 Aug 2019, 1 Sep 2019, 1 Oct 2019, 1 Nov 2019 and 1 Dec 2019 was 0.05p, 0.625p, 0.625p, 0.425p and 0.325p respectively. So there was no spike up. Be careful. "
hedgehog 100: "Simply pointing out an occasion when options were granted at a price below the prevailing share price." But there's a difference to the prevailing share price and the share price at about that time, which is why I wasn't exact. If there was a sudden spike up, then options might be awarded lower than than price. Equally, if there was a sudden dip down, then options might be issued at higher than that price. Similar to CRCL's premium placing in February, in which the directors bought shares: 18/02/2021 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Corcel PLC Fundraising, Directors' Dealings and TVR LSE:CRCL Corcel Plc "... Equity Funding The equity fundraising has directly raised gross proceeds of GBP300,000 from the issue of 24,000,000 new ordinary shares of GBP0.0001 (Ordinary Shares) at GBP0.0125 ("Placing Price") per share ("Fundraising Shares"), being a 4% premium to the mid-price of the Company's ordinary shares at the close on 17 February 2021, being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of this announcement. The Company has also issued the equity investors with two warrants for every one share exerciseable at GBP0.02 per new warrant share at any time over the next two years. The Company has also agreed to issue a further 2,880,000 new Ordinary Shares at the Placing Price ("Supplier Shares") for an invoice received from Align Research in respect of research services, and who has agreed to receive the payment of their GBP30,000 invoice plus VAT, both paid in shares. Directors' Dealings Two Company Directors, James Parsons and Scott Kaintz, have also participated in the placing of 800,000 new ordinary shares and 1,600,000 warrants each. The placing shares and warrants issued to James and Scott have been included in the table below, which sets out the Corcel Board's current holdings. ..." According to your theory, they would have set that placing price lower, in order to get shares more cheaply.
helpfull: "On the 9th. April last year CRCL closed at under 0.75p. Now, nearly 20 months later, it is 1.125p, i.e. over 50% higher. I don't see how a share price rise of over 50%, over a period of about a year and two thirds, can constitute a continual fall?" Hedgie, you're funny. The share price when the current management team was put in place was 3.25p. There has been a decline to 1.125p. On the day Parsons joined the company he was awarded options: "James Parsons has been awarded 304,056,730 three-year vest, five-year expiry options with an exercise price of 0.0275p per share" That was 5 Dec 2019 and the share price was 0.0325p (pre- consolidation). Option shares issued below the prevailing share price from the start. Be careful.
hedgehog 100: "It symbolises the continual fall in share price at Corcel and the continual fall in shareholder value." On the 9th. April last year CRCL closed at under 0.75p. Now, nearly 20 months later, it is 1.125p, i.e. over 50% higher. I don't see how a share price rise of over 50%, over a period of about a year and two thirds, can constitute a continual fall?! The directors here have had plenty of time to award themselves new share options at prices far lower than previously, but they have not done so. And if they do award themselves new share options, I certainly wouldn't expect them to be at a discount to the share price at about that time.
lurker5: Don't forget the £25,000 or so CRCL (its boss) paid for one of the worst, almost fraudulently incompetent, 'share puffs' ever to emanate from one of the worst 'paid-for' puffers ever to disgrace AIM. The twerp who 'targeted' a 19.75p share price didn't notice that the MAST ipo price was manipulated to be four times the real value of its three (only one built) projects. Nor did he ask what will be the capital cost of CRCL's dream projects; how their SPV’s will be structured (their internal workings will be hidden from CRCL shareholders); and how it will finance the equity contribution it is going to have to put up if it wants to have any share of those SPV's profits or cash. In other words, Align’s ‘Quality Research’ assumes Corcel will get its SPV’s and their 170MW of generating capacity (and their ‘market value’) ‘for free’! Yes folks ! That 19.75p Corcel share ‘target’ assumes it won’t have to issue any shares or raise any funds in order to pay for an equity share in its 170MW of ‘RP projects’. That CRCL's bosses 'sponsored' that 'research' tells you either that they don't understand the real financials of their own business, or ?? (You work it out !. My lawyers won't allow me to say)
hedgehog 100: Helpfull, Anybody who bought in when I started posting here at 1.235p would have seen their holding nearly double in value at an intra day high. And using a gain-lock system to protect some of those gains they should still be way up. The same does not apply to anyone who shorted CRCL last year at 0.85p, so perhaps you would like to apologise to anyone who did, and repay their losses?! You only spin the negatives, so my positive posts this year have provided balance. But you seem to be suggesting that investors have paid more heed to my posts than your own, which doesn't suggest that you have much confidence in your own postings, does it! And as regards Kemche - he seems to change his mind more often than most investors change their socks (though he still hasn't found one that works properly), and has admitted to buying CRCL after bashing it. - So he is clearly a truly dishonest parasite, who would I believe be a legitimate target for legal action. Further, what was ludicrous about this from this thread header, 29th. May: "Note that this figure should and will be diluted: • CRCL does not own these projects outright: i.e. 41% of Mambare, and a future proportion of Wo Wo Gap (50% seems like a reasonable estimate, but is subject to current negotiations). • Development costs will further dilute CRCL's ownership &/or market capitalisation." My 50% estimate was clearly far too conservative, as they actually got 100% ownership!: 12/08/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Corcel PLC Acquisition of Wo Wo Gap Nickel-Cobalt Project LSE:CRCL Corcel Plc "Corcel Plc, a natural resource exploration and development company with interests in battery metals and flexible energy generation and storage, announces that it has signed a binding but conditional share purchase agreement with Australian-registered Resource Mining Corporation Limited (ASX: RMI) ("RMI") to acquire 100% of the issued share capital in Australian-registered Niugini Nickel Pty Ltd, which owns 100% of the Wo Wo Gap nickel-cobalt project in Papua New Guinea ("Project"). As consideration for the acquisition, the Company is releasing all liabilities and obligations in connection with its AUD 4,761,087 senior debt position in RMI. ..." A major reason for the ongoing share price decline here has been the slippage in financial close of FGS (flexible grid solutions) projects. From a 14.6.21 Scott Kaintz interview, paraphrased: Looking at financial close on Tring & Avonmouth by September or so - should bring in circa £2M., & they'll have an ongoing free carry. This closure expectation has since slipped into 2022, past the expected debt repayment/refinancing. I can't really see how this slippage is my responsibility?! The market is clearly worried, with justification, that debt refinancing (due by 23 December 2021) will occur before the FGS financial close. If that is the case, and it may well be, then that may well present an attractive buy opportunity.
helpfull: Quiz question. As the share price falls towards zero, does anybody know the names of two people being paid £25,000 per month in remuneration by Corcel? That trough needs replenishing again. Not for shareholders though. Those talking head Tweets by Scottie are going down a treat. What will hit zero first: the unaired video Tweets by Scottie or the share price? A close call. 0.3p share price wasn't a bad call now, was it Hedgie? Be careful.
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