Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reabold Resources LSE:RBD London Ordinary Share GB00B95L0551 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.675p 3,650,340 07:47:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.65p 0.70p 0.675p 0.675p 0.675p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -1.15 -0.18 19.1

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Reabold Daily Update: Reabold Resources is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBD. The last closing price for Reabold was 0.68p.
Reabold Resources has a 4 week average price of 0.63p and a 12 week average price of 0.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.13p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 2,832,165,896 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,456,131 shares. The market capitalisation of Reabold Resources is £19,117,119.80.
ileeman: Yea Simon I think my initial timing was a bit off buying in at 0.7p-0.8p end of 2017/early 2018 but fundamentals have only improved since then and we are entering a transformational 6 months. On a plus I have increased my position significantly between 0.65p-0.75p and now have a very nice sized position. One thing people fail on in this game is they look at share price rather than companies progress, progress is being made so share price will respond sooner or later. Bit of patience will make the big money, which is what most people dont have.
simonsaid1: I too have had that boredom-borne 'trader's itch' with this share a few times, but we are literally now entering the big period where all the pain from fundraising starts to actually pay off with real operational activity. Selling now would mean having stuck around for all the pain and none of the gain. There are significant value-creation events all the rest of this year for Reabold and they still have enough cash for one more medium-sized asset purchase, which they keep hinting at in press and I suspect will be announced very soon too. And still no debt, and no significant share price degradation from all the placings. The key realisation period for this share is just starting, even if truth be told I'm bored as sin!
ileeman: New broker note out 2.6p share price target. "we are now about to enter a period of back to back drilling news flow, with atleast 6 wells planned over the next 6 months"
ileeman: One day share price will reflect the progress. H2 is when the magic starts so not long.
ileeman: Number of shares is not much of an issue, it is the value of the shares that people buy/sell that matters. Dont forget a massive chunk of shares are taken up by management + institutional holders. A consilidation might not be a bad thing but not necessary imo Fundamentals staking up, people will be left behind soon enough. Accumulate and wait for the rerate. Risked value and unrisked value many multiples of current share price, market will have to take notice at some point.
alamaison5: Don't forget that the share price was also lower, not so long ago. Therefore one wants to cash up, which is understandable. As soon as the seller is gone the better...
ileeman: Clear the last of the 0.7p sellers and then hopefully we can finally break this range we have struggled to break out of for almost 6 months. Big move when it does. Share price will have to start pricing in all this good news + build into their multiple drills.
ileeman: PMG looked great, I held a massive chunk at 30p something, it never seemed to move for a very long time, so I sold because it didnt seem right if you know what I mean. Within weeks of me selling it goes up 100%+. Goes to show if fundamentals are there and with a bit of patience share price will rerate sooner or later.
cashandcard: Malcy's 2018 bucket list includes RBD; "The last new stock into the list, until the June review when I anticipate adding a couple of stocks that should have second half operational activity is Reabold Resources. I have written about this stock a few times recently after I met its joint founders, former fund managers Stephen Williams and Sachin Oza and liked the model that they are creating at RBD. Investments in Corallian Energy, giving exposure to the Colter prospect in Dorset and Wick in the North Sea as well as Danube Petroleum in Romania are only the beginning of their plans I suspect. Having said that, the recent rights issue from Corallian has meant that they have had to put more money in to that and with imminent potential investments it looks like that they will have to raise money again themselves. I mentioned last week that they had solid support from investors, who share their view that money should not be raised at a deep discount and with rumours of a raise of something between £12-15m and around the current share price the stage is set for further progress. There are risks here of course, a second raise in less than a year and of significantly larger size will provide some indigestion and should there be any slippage in the Colter or Wick wells investor patience might waver but I am prepared to see through that to the very likely substantial upside" hTtp:// Cash
soultrading: Different companies, different approach, RBD have taken an investment there for a short-term return, It is also only one of RBDs OPPORTUNITIES and at an almost free price. There is no reason not to invest in either company. I was surprised they got such a good deal as they really should have paid a lot more but getting good deals is their game. There is currently a good opportunity to BUY into RBD on the cheap. Trading at not much above cash means their investments don't actually have to do much to return a profit on the current share price. Given their expertise, if one of their identified investments turns out to be huge then it blows it out the water. Talking of which let's see what they have in mind for the next investment, rumour has it.. east Irish Sea.
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