Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
North River LSE:NRRP London Ordinary Share GB00BDDRJJ03 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -9.8 -0.5 - 0.73

North River Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/3/2017
23:17
Hi mate, Excellent ! ATB YT
yellowthroat
31/3/2017
21:10
Hi YT Thanks mate Registered on the assetmatch last night, lots of good information and they say there will be an auction soon with north river We will see !!Hopefully this way there will be a bit of news Will post if anything comes through Sorry about posters !!! ATB mate
carter1110
31/3/2017
20:41
Hi Carter, Sure i'll look in from time to time mate, happy too. Regards YT
yellowthroat
28/3/2017
09:49
Good morning, No doubt you will have come across the recent RNS concerning the delisting of NRRP and the fact that the company has put in place a dealing facility via Asset Match. hxxp://www.northriverresources.com/documents/ResultofGMandCancellation_000.pdf In the first instance, I would suggest registering www.assetmatch.com and adding North River Resources to your 'watchlist'. Here you will have access to dedicated company page which contains a raft of information including auction instructions, how to participate, price history and a live order-book of buyers and sellers. NRRP will also be posting shareholder updates here too and we will ensure that you are kept up to date. If there is anything that you need help with then please do not hesitate to get in contact on Tel: 020 7248 2788 or alternatively Email: ben.weaver@assetmatch.com.
benweaver1
27/3/2017
11:48
One of the other issues (for those that continue to hold) is that many will be holding their shares through a nominee account of their investment platform, so short of periodically checking NRRP's website it may take a while to learn of any developments. That, of course, assumes that NRRP bother to keep the PIs informed, and it was pretty rubbish at doing that even when it was listed on AIM.
crunch123
27/3/2017
11:24
Thanks YTIt would be good if you could still contribute to the board, should there be any news later on the year I imagine a lot of people will cease to contribute when it delists. However would appreciate the main posters contributing should they hear anything
carter1110
22/3/2017
11:31
Thanks Steve
carter1110
22/3/2017
07:26
Carter, with my record of AIM-listed disasters it's probably best not to take any investment advice from me. I have a small holding in Eqtec (EQT) which was expected to go ballistic at any moment but for whatever reason there is a persistent seller so I'm starting to get a little bit concerned. Interim results are due out next week so it could easily go one way or the other!!
steve239
21/3/2017
23:42
Hi SteveThanks for replying mateI wish you all the best, my loss is peanuts compared to some of you guys, I really do feel for you and more importantly thought this was a great project Please let me know what else you are looking at, it's time to take another punt maybe ?GL
carter1110
21/3/2017
22:33
I sold out to take back almost 2% of my overall investment, as I don't believe remaining holders will ever hear from this lot again. That's just my opinion, so I wouldn't advise anyone either way. The best of luck if you're still in, though I don't feel the same way towards the management.
steve239
21/3/2017
16:54
Hi Steve. Thanks for all your updates mate along with YT and the other experienced postersI take it you haven't sold and if so is there a slim chance that this may become something ??Cheers
carter1110
23/2/2017
16:05
I think you should send the RNS and the history to your MP so they know the sort of thing that goes on.
slightlyrisky
22/2/2017
19:03
Thanks YT for the advice retaining shares
carter1110
22/2/2017
18:24
I take Small Company Share Watch. I did an exercise last summer and looked at all their recommendations from the previous year. Virtually all had gone down, even though their published list looked good, and a relative who put me on to them said he had made a lot of money! So, watch that basket! I'm in RED, PHE, JOUL, KDR, FOX, PHTM, GBG, DNLM, TRCS, and KNOS at the moment, and am thinking about EMH and TERN. Also, in Canada, VIV, and ENA. May see you on other boards. Good luck all, especially YT who has put in a vast amount of work following the ins and outs of this mine. Discusser
discusser
22/2/2017
15:22
Good Afternoon.. well, I've got say commiserations to all shareholders here.. It was a risk with greenstone owning 75% of the total equity here.. however considering the free float.. what greenstone could of done was buy out the existing equity stake which really even @ 10p-15p per share would work out a miniscule sum.. This is one of the major problems on the AIM market.. This effectively condemns long term holders for providing support to the company.. Wish you all the best.. saffy.. ps.. those that have lost vast sums of money.. and have gone through difficult times.. commiserations.. with one of my stocks many years ago I was up £500k.. profit only to see it disappear..
safman
22/2/2017
15:13
I do like that option, receive dividends.
moreminer
22/2/2017
15:09
"What happens if you do not Give away your shares?If you are still holding on to them once the stock is delisted, you would continue to be a shareholder, receive dividends and retain the right to cast votes at shareholder meetings. If you want to unload shares after the delisting, you can do so by giving them to promoters within one year from the date of delisting. As per regulation, the promoters are required to accept the shares given away at the same price at which the delisting took place. However, after one year, you would be stuck with the shares and have few options to get rid of them. Rarely do firms relist shares after delisting, in which case you can trade them in the secondary market." hxxp://what-todowhenastockdelists.blogspot.co.uk/
yellowthroat
22/2/2017
15:02
Thx Ged, its rather infuriating though for longtermers to not get any reward after all the effort involved, its even more annoying to know that those that walked off into the sunset a long time ago are better off financially. However next time you make a decent profit on anything.... Next time you start to go a little under on an investment and it starts to drift... ------ In terms of ADVFN shares, I havent got any money & I am not following small stocks, punting on oil and gas or mining I have had a bit of a gutful ! >:o( It seems obvious to me that out of favour FTSE sectors is the way to go or FTSE 100 companies with any big bets, I hated seeing older people put many of their savings into small stocks like on AIM and then seeing their cash decimated. Shocking ! Im on private message anytime. Regards YT
yellowthroat
22/2/2017
13:30
Thanks Ged : YTCan you tell me what happens if I leave the shares and it delists at the end of March ??
carter1110
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