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GRL Goldstone Resources Limited

0.00 (0.0%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goldstone Resources Limited LSE:GRL London Ordinary Share JE00BRJ8YF63 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.15 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores USD USD -1.52M USD -0.0033 -6.52 9.87M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.15 GBX

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04/8/202211:58serious GOLDSTONE PRICE TARGET !!!!92
03/5/201613:23GOLDSTONE RESOURCES12,292
27/8/201422:47Goldstone Resources2,027
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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by Goldstone Resources Daily Update
Goldstone Resources Limited is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GRL. The last closing price for Goldstone Resources was 2.15p.
Goldstone Resources currently has 459,033,996 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Goldstone Resources is £9,869,231.
Goldstone Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.52.
This morning GRL shares opened at -
Posted at 31/10/2023 16:11 by alhambra1
You either trust BT - whilst being unaware of almost any of the relevant facts - or you don't.

If, after suspension, these shares return to the market at anything close to the current price - I'll be waiting.

Not for everyone - it'll be a long journey!

But the Asian/Paracale/Trew combination seems (to me!) worth a punt.

Posted at 31/10/2023 11:13 by rover62
Just on the suspension. If this share had been trading what valuation would it have now?

I would guess <0.1p

I haven’t lost too much £2k, but I’m still gutted and feel sorry for anyone that has lost.

We were all here for the dream.
Posted at 31/10/2023 10:05 by kennyp52
Lisat3 .. the share is suspended.. just to remind you and to make it clear there is only one fool in here
Posted at 31/10/2023 08:41 by kennyp52
Come on Al .. what is your view .. no good talking in cloak and dagger .. what do you think is going on ?

If Bill Trew can influence the secured creditor then why would this not have been sorted out now so the accounts can be filed and the share re-listed ? What possible reason would he hold the shareholders to ransom ?

I think it is you that needs to explain yourself .. you have been assuring PI’s on here that Bill Trew can be trusted and he is some kind of guru . I will remind you of 1 or 2 of your posts
Posted at 02/10/2023 05:24 by thismuchistrew
So my personal view is that the strategy has been/is: 1. Get investor support to build your mine. 2. When you’re ready, drive the share price down through negative news and low production figures, which keeps a burgeoning goldmine appearing to be limping along. 3. Buy time with suspensions while you work out the final details. 4. Delist while the share price is very low. 5. Leave the private investors with useless shares which have no market, or 6. Offer them a derisory amount which they have to accept as they’d rather get something than nothing (easier to offer 1p when the share price is 2p rather than 10p). 7. Run away laughing to a villa in somewhere like, I dunno, Portugal or somewhere.
Posted at 24/7/2023 11:05 by fireball hillbilly
Yep. The poor kid can’t spell. And all aliases and threads use the childish ‘m8’ term that kids use. Well and truly sussed. Probably got a couple of hundred quid from the paper round invested and is sweating! Or it could be one of Bill’s remortgaged family (sweating even more!).

That clown aside, it’s anyone’s guess what happens next here. My optimistic side hopes the next gold production figures are sound, but my (probably more realistic) side thinks Bill is going to delist from AIM and nick this company back for a song. That’s why he’s are happy the share price is tanking, when he knows full well any positivity will take it back up. I had a call with someone who knows him, and none of his personality traits sounded like someone who will allow shareholders to benefit!
Posted at 13/3/2023 16:28 by highly geared
You need to look at the recent convertible loan and warrants options RNS. This may enable GRL to sort out operational issues to increase gold production. The question is what margin does the investor want on conversion and warrants conversion. In essence , they’re in for up to c£5million at around 3.6p average.

The upside is production is sorted and with a high POG, the business becomes profitable with a positive share price reaction. The downside ( obvious re; production failures continued) is that if there is £5million of shares to shift to retail punters with a profit of say 10-20% , this will be a serious hindrance to share price appreciation. It all depends on what returns the loan note investor is after… my gut feel is we’ll see an operational update once they’ve got the gold extraction issues resolved and the investor has given them £2.4m to do this.

RNS Number : 0916O

Goldstone Resources Ltd

27 January 2023

27 January 2023


("GoldStone" or the "Company")

Issue of GBP2,400,000 Convertible Loan Note and 60,000,000 Warrants

GoldStone Resources Limited (AIM: GRL), the AIM quoted company, announces that it has issued convertible loan notes to Blue Gold International Limited ("BGL" or "Blue Gold") in the nominal amount of GBP2,400,000 (the "Loan Notes") which are due for redemption on 30 November 2024. At the election of BGL, the Loan Notes (together with accrued interest to date) may be converted (in whole or in part) at any time prior to redemption into new ordinary shares of 1 penny each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a conversion price of GBP0.0325 per share.

BGL has also received warrants to subscribe for up to 60,000,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP0.04 per share exercisable at any time until 26 January 2025 (the "Warrants").
Posted at 08/12/2022 10:01 by trader465
Boris my little petal, when I bought GRL at 2p in February 2020 I paid just £5m. If it falls to 2p today, you’ll be paying £9.6m for the same company, ie you’ll pay almost twice the price for the same company at the same share price. This is due to dilution, in 2020 there were 250m shares in issue, today there is 482m shares in issue.

Remember I gave you the tip to buy GRL at £5m 33 minutes before the mining lease RNS landed?

5 months later GRL was up over 100%

16 months later GRL was up over 600%

In short you’ve missed the boat here you old fart catcher!
Posted at 04/2/2022 13:26 by malcontent
I was surprised, pleasantly, how well GRL share price stood up in 2021 compared to my other gold stock, where many declined up to 60% on sector sentiment after a storming 2020
Grl is now reverting more to the mean, on the back of setbacks and disappointments
It's not game over for this enterprise in any shape or form, but it does look like it will be a longer and a tougher slog than some had hoped and predicted
I continnue to hold, as all my goldies, as my judgment remains that we have not seen the last of the gold bull in this cycle, and this stock, like all goldies, will benefit from sector rotation once gold is the place to be.
But it does look like GRL will not be a fairy-tale success story, and I have reined in my expectations accordingly

Hold for gold
Posted at 04/1/2022 10:28 by spacedust
With all this bad news Grl share price finally will climb. Im buying. Price should go up bsck to 11p for no reason
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