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GROC Greenroc Mining Plc

0.05 (1.2%)
22 Sep 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Greenroc Mining Plc GROC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.05 1.2% 4.20 08:07:59
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4.15 4.15 4.20 4.20 4.15
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Greenroc Mining GROC Dividends History

No dividends issued between 24 Sep 2013 and 24 Sep 2023

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Posted at 24/3/2023 18:49 by ryanrhys1
But I thought they raised £5.12 million, why three cash raises so quickly after they were so cash heavy!? Surely wages and their minor recent drilling didn't cost £5 million....

If it did that's a lot of cash for very little and should they need to do more exploration judging by this cost they now need millions more very soon!?

I see still no mention of the cash Alba spent on Groc and the exploration just before the IPO!? They gave back only £50k from almost a million spent leaving Alba cash strapped hence it's recent raise too!?

Wow they blew a lot of cash on not much, £5.12 million in that short time, I don't see how!?
Posted at 06/3/2023 13:35 by luffness
Well now I have been proved completely correct in terms of likely timescales and the fact that the management were either deceptive or completely incompetent when they gave timelines in early 2022 I assume that my ban on the other groc board will be rescinded.Excited about the MOU - Lol. What have they got to lose - preferred supplier status for up to 5 years before they even have to decide to move to a heads of terms.I also see the cash raised will go towards completing the work they raised 300k+ for just 3 months ago
Posted at 08/2/2023 13:39 by ryanrhys1
Joining EMRA is basically saying they have had no intrest and are desperate. A free agency that hands out a support letter to everyone who joins nothing more.

Most sold because they were promised partnership but joining share angel and EMRA shows how they will never get that. People are t stupid Groc now acting desperate and rightly so no one or market wants their tiny insignificant far away asset!?

Groc is going to fall more now, it sold badly at the IPO and most have sold out since seeing almost %60 down on initial price.

It was a silly ramped company anyway, never going to get any interest!?
Posted at 16/1/2023 08:18 by bobdown2
Groc a 244,444 trade. Whilst it looks to be a sell between the bid and offer. I think it is a buy. And a substantial one. If it is still connected to the recent funding it is a big chunk out of the way. But it might be buying ahead of the rns statement.. attention required. Groc are cheap at these levels with two potential world class projects under their belt. Groc share of the Greenland licence is valued at less than 3 million.
Posted at 06/1/2023 20:54 by ryanrhys1
North America has plenty of graphite as does Canada and South America, the fact they have yet to develop much of this is why all investment is focused internally and not on Greenland and wouldn't for some time to come.

I suspect by 2030 graphite won't exist in any type of battery from watches to cars. Totally inefficient in comparison.

It doesn't bode well for Groc and they guilty of talking interest up.

Worldwide we still have a lot of graphite to develop in Europe, Africa, India and many other much easily accessible places.

If as a bet taken most if not all would say Greenland will never happen.

Of interest is these new silicon battery companies and how quickly they can transition the world away from graphite. Mega investment has and is going to happen and in a multi trillion dollar market in pretty sure it will move very quickly.

We are not facing a shortage of graphite and markets well and truly saturated. Also the EV market and world green energy uptake has been so very slow most pre analysis was vastly overstated.

As for trading it's good you didn't put all your eggs in the Groc basket, we all hit on failures but hope those who show a profit outstrip our losses. Had you taken a short position on Groc you could have cashed in happy by now and as far as trading goes that would have been the right decision.

But new and interesting markets, I wonder how long it will be before anything I buy will be silicon based solid state powered. These EV battery companies are also into the normal battery market, I've been pondering a few investments to make based on this adoption.

Nice to hear your thoughts there maybe I've missed something or haven't considered certain issues. Maybe we could broaden the discussion since the whole Groc talk becomes so very dull in the scale of emerging markets.
Posted at 06/1/2023 15:46 by sipptrader88
No doubt about new technologies and great if commercial viability, safety trials etc. etc. produce the silicone version whether in a solid state or not....might stop some serious Li ion explosions and fires etc.

However with the parallel technology theorem in situ....with our market cap and being geographically positioned next the North America, with high grade products...I am happy to remain a holder for at least the medium term.

I'm pretty sure my total CORE investment is reasonably supported with previous trading profits from trading GROC in any case, which I guess helps a bit...and any macro event could change the whole ball game in any case...long before any real big stored energy profits with any technology come to pass!

It is a good idea to diversify and I think GROC is about my seventh largest holding with some Lithium, Polymetallic, Copper, Gold, some in Africa, Europe, America both North and South with higher levels of investment within my share portfolio and another 23 positions in companies with lower amounts invested than here....although still have more in cash to be deployed post deflationary stock market sell off if it happens and property/collectibles to balance.

As I say....Happy to park some investment here....mainly because the size of the market cap prices nowt in!

over and out

Posted at 21/12/2022 17:19 by bobdown2
Consoladation done? Next leg up.?
For those over on alba they lack focus. The focus should be here. The news flow is guaranteed. And the scoping ana feasibility studies will start shortly , before clogau has even started testing the lower mine levels. Tail wagging dog.!! It will show itself shortly. When the funding shares get added and alba own 50% down from 54% and then 4.45m shares get added. Its 50m for alba and 61.5m free float. A 15.5m reversal. But. The ceo has some and has invited other investors onboard. There was minimal selling on the placing as yet.
Groc is the boy.luckily. you can still get groc exposure through alba once groc has risen. But with billions of shares in issue. It's better where there are only 61.5m shares maximum.
Posted at 21/12/2022 13:06 by bobdown2
Gcat caracal gold. The delivery of its scoping study. Robust project economics. Funding already secured from 2 partners. This company and bluejay are good examples of what happens next for groc.
The only difference is the type of mineral gcat is gold and groc is graphite. So its smaller amounts of gold vs large amounts of graphite. Bluejay is ilminite and grocs 2nd placed mineral is ilminite.
Ryan's garbage is filtered.im sorry I cannot stop him following me. Filter if he irks you.
Posted at 24/11/2022 08:52 by bobdown2
I checked out albas Limerick zinc. It is very close to glencores Irish interest. A check of glencore mining activities does not show any mining in Greenland. What's the point?. Greenland seems a bit of a Wild West situation. Hence grocs graphite interests increasingly gaining in size and yesterdays mention of partner talks. The amount of graphite proved so far must have caught the attention of those that do not have an interest in Greenland. A partnership with Groc would be an entrance to graphite,ilminite, iron ore and the named mixed minerals that include copper and gold.
You can see why British companies are bought out. The aim market has put no price at all on graphite and ilminite deposits that the big boys will be watching. It's a good job Alba have 54% because Groc could already have disappeared with a disgustingly cheap bid.
Posted at 11/11/2022 16:44 by bobdown2
Nice little tick up into the close
Showing a tiny gain on my switch from alba into some more groc.
I am just highlighting alba and it's different parts. You should know about all four parts and that groc is in the best position to move forward. Also it is easy to work out grocs m.c vs albas 54%. It is a cheap way into a potential world class asset without the hindrance of three other parts that are under performing at the moment. Although all three remaing parts are seriously undervalued.
Grocs recent spherical graphite now looks exceptional and the ilminite drill report is within weeks. Alba shares are around 6.5b and grocs share of Greenland is in the 50 to 60m mark.
These could really motor shortly and groc is the best way to take a stake in the best part of the alba portfolio.
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