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Greenroc Mining Plc LSE:GROC London Ordinary Share GB00BLD3C518 ORD 0.1P
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  -0.20 -4.17% 4.60 860,379 16:35:04
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4.40 4.60 4.70 4.40 4.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.31 -1.11 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Greenroc Mining Daily Update
Greenroc Mining Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GROC. The last closing price for Greenroc Mining was 4.80p.
Greenroc Mining Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.40p and a 12 week average price of 3.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.65p.
There are currently 110,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 575,269 shares. The market capitalisation of Greenroc Mining Plc is £5,060,000.
Posted at 24/1/2023 16:40 by bobdown2
Yes Dave. Investors running scared at the moment. I've taking a pasting. Amitisoq. 180% more graphite and the share price ends up about 10% down. I'm glad it was not 500%, the share price would have halved.
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 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 14/12/2022 10:36 by ryanrhys1
At the mine, they can't find a single bit of gold let alone anything visible to photograph for proof. Obviously there's very little gold because with countless old lodes and a few miles of tunnels that's embarrassing after six years to find absolutely nothing. This and the wash plant failure a great reason most sold out and the share price dropped from 0.6 to 0.1 around an %80 loss over the short time.

Then we move onto permits. Over two years ago they tried to submit a dewatering temporary small insignificant permit to dewater the flooded llechfraith levels. Llechfraith being the old Clogau West Mine' which was a failure no gold ever found or usable ore. NRW swiftly refused them, soooo years later they finally submit a new one but it dosent pass pre approval and subsequent uploading to the NRW Public register so it can undergo the four month consultation period where the Council, NRW, Sarn and others can voice their opinions as well as the general public hence it being on the public register should anyone feel like objecting.

'Here is the NRW public register -

hxxps://publicregister.naturalresources.wales/

Type in GMOW and apply search by date to see that it's not there and the last one over a year ago since failure'

So GF being told it had failed and not even made it to the register had to employ Vivien Johnston Glass for a £100k to try and petition NRW some sustainable source rubbish in effort to save GF and Alba from a second failure and complete embarrassment. Either way clear issues it seems it won't ever be approved even if they can get it to consultation.

Next their financial situation, in November they had to slash the share price to desperately get more cash from a last ditch financing. After wages, admin, Vivien Johnston Glass fees and such it now looks like none of this was for development just to keep things ticking over and stave of bankruptcy. This won't last long, I'd guess either January or February they will have to seek more probably slashing the share price again to a much lower level pretty much making it worthless.

Six years, no gold, no development, all they have done is a couple of drills, a few samples and a few ladders!? Very poor, this could have been done in a month so why did they need six years. Probably because GF pays himself as CEO over £200k a year plus bonus plus Consulting fees.

Those Consulting fees he pays to a company that only has two staff - Him and his wife, that's strange verging on a scam.... He pays himself to consult on his company!? No CEO should do that and infact he is the CEO his own Consulting should be free. But that's why Elizabeth Henson was employed, he needs her to skim the cash off the books into his other accounts so he can pay himself massive amounts without shareholder realising and without the fraud squad saying that's technically wrong!?

Not good in any way, a handful of investors couldn't handle the large loss and keep ramping the company but the facts point to a full failure very soon, worthless share price and bankruptcy as all avenues for cash have dried up and there's no sentiment or market interest anymore.

A strong sell, I'd suggest getting out whilst you can, there's going to be no gold, in fact they never intended to find gold just do constant cheap exploration for ever whilst paying huge wages. If we take what they spent on exploring and development it's a fraction of what they spent on wages let alone admin and listing in AiM..... They blow £800k a year doing nothing!?

Posted at 13/12/2022 20:06 by ryanrhys1
the mine, they can't find a single bit of gold let alone anything visible to photograph for proof. Obviously there's very little gold because with countless old lodes and a few miles of tunnels that's embarrassing after six years to find absolutely nothing. This and the wash plant failure a great reason most sold out and the share price dropped from 0.6 to 0.1 around an %80 loss over the short time.

Then we move onto permits. Over two years ago they tried to submit a dewatering temporary small insignificant permit to dewater the flooded llechfraith levels. Llechfraith being the old Clogau West Mine' which was a failure no gold ever found or usable ore. NRW swiftly refused them, soooo years later they finally submit a new one but it dosent pass pre approval and subsequent uploading to the NRW Public register so it can undergo the four month consultation period where the Council, NRW, Sarn and others can voice their opinions as well as the general public hence it being on the public register should anyone feel like objecting.

'Here is the NRW public register -

hxxps://publicregister.naturalresources.wales/

Type in GMOW and apply search by date to see that it's not there and the last one over a year ago since failure'

So GF being told it had failed and not even made it to the register had to employ Vivien Johnston Glass for a £100k to try and petition NRW some sustainable source rubbish in effort to save GF and Alba from a second failure and complete embarrassment. Either way clear issues it seems it won't ever be approved even if they can get it to consultation.

Next their financial situation, in November they had to slash the share price to desperately get more cash from a last ditch financing. After wages, admin, Vivien Johnston Glass fees and such it now looks like none of this was for development just to keep things ticking over and stave of bankruptcy. This won't last long, I'd guess either January or February they will have to seek more probably slashing the share price again to a much lower level pretty much making it worthless.

Six years, no gold, no development, all they have done is a couple of drills, a few samples and a few ladders!? Very poor, this could have been done in a month so why did they need six years. Probably because GF pays himself as CEO over £200k a year plus bonus plus Consulting fees.

Those Consulting fees he pays to a company that only has two staff - Him and his wife, that's strange verging on a scam.... He pays himself to consult on his company!? No CEO should do that and infact he is the CEO his own Consulting should be free. But that's why Elizabeth Henson was employed, he needs her to skim the cash off the books into his other accounts so he can pay himself massive amounts without shareholder realising and without the fraud squad saying that's technically wrong!?

Not good in any way, a handful of investors couldn't handle the large loss and keep ramping the company but the facts point to a full failure very soon, worthless share price and bankruptcy as all avenues for cash have dried up and there's no sentiment or market interest anymore.

A strong sell, I'd suggest getting out whilst you can, there's going to be no gold, in fact they never intended to find gold just do constant cheap exploration for ever whilst paying huge wages. If we take what they spent on exploring and development it's a fraction of what they spent on wages let alone admin and listing in AiM..... They blow £800k a year doing nothing!?

Posted at 09/12/2022 11:55 by ryanrhys1
I said Groc was almost broke, now the too have to slash the price to get desperation financing. They sold to the same place they sold Alba, another financing company that will dump for a profit lol!? This is terrible!?

Now how fast have they burnt through 3 million!?

What a scam this has become, next month they will need another placing, what then drop the share price to 3.5!?

Rampers are idiots, you got conned, this is failing fast and Alba just lost some of its shares to try and avoid dilution!?

Next placing same again until Alba own nothing lol!?

Posted at 02/12/2022 11:09 by bobdown2
Bluejay. The other greenland mining operative. Further advanced than groc.
It is focused on advancing its primary Dundass ilminite project in Greenlan, the WORLDS MOST SIGNIFICANT, highest grade mineral sand ilminite deposit into production in the near term.
How will grocs ilminite project compare. The rise in the share price could be related.

Posted at 19/11/2022 12:56 by bobdown2
Is it time to check the recent Rns statements. News is due shortly. Proven assets have more than doubled in size whilst the share price has more than halved. The 249 ilmenite hole drillings are delayed because of the extensive drill programe. Alba have 54% of around 110m shares and they are non sellers. Any buying here will be like buying into an illiquid aim share of about 55m shares with the rest sat in the Alba umbrella. The seller from the ipo that has caused the share price damage seems to have finished.
Alba are now funded and the are an investment on their whole portfolio. Groc are a straight investment on Greenland. And Greenland are worth multiples of what they are priced at under Alba. More asset revaluations shortly.

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.

Posted at 09/11/2022 08:28 by ryanrhys1
Groc is doing nothing but redrilling an already drilled inaccessible spit of land surrounded by sea in the middle of nowhere with zero infrastructure that for over ten years has had zero interest despite you telling everyone daily just how amazing it is.....

It span out from Alba because they couldn't afford to hold it any longer, it failed badly at IPO and now it's lost over %70 in very short time crashing to 3.60 losing you a ton of cash in the process!?

But it has graphite, oh yes that mineral that no one is short of and soon to be made irrelevant as new batteries are using silicone solid state not graphite....

I think you might stand a chance if all these new big graphite mines closed down but literally the investment they have had in the last decade (except for you) has pushed output beyond demand and in fact the market has plenty for years.

Groc and your graphite is a complete failure, if you don't believe me maybe have another look at the share price graph lolol!?

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