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% 0.875p 5,548,134 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85p 0.90p 0.875p 0.875p 0.875p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -1.15 -0.18 24.8

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16/8/2018
09:20
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 0.88p.
Reabold Resources has a 4 week average price of 0.68p and a 12 week average price of 0.63p.
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 15,426,888 shares. The market capitalisation of Reabold Resources is £24,781,451.59.
16/8/2018
08:14
trulyscrumptious: Someone is desperate to get punters to buy this!!! Here's a sample... Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:40:31 - 83082 of 83084 Share Ideas: macro & micro. - SHA Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:40:19 - 25978 of 25980 Faraj List of Exploding Stocks 9.10 - FAR9 Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:39:56 - 314 of 328 SHARES STRONGLY UP during August 2018 - UPS Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:39:41 - 68044 of 68049 JTCod's Blog - JTC Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:39:28 - 20353 of 20372 ValueGrowth Investing - VLG Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:39:14 - 22626 of 22628 Eagleford Sandstone O&G Play in Polk & Tyler County's Texas - 2016 and beyond - PANR Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:38:55 - 11330 of 11331 Highland Natural Resources - Fracking Diversion Tech - HNR Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY Tewkesbury - 15 Aug 2018 - 15:38:43 - 213 of 217 Petro Matad - Fully funded 6 well campaign for H2 2018/H1 2019 - MATD Check out Reabold (RBD). Interests in 4 successful well workovers (just completed and put into production) plus 6 new wells to be drilled before Christmas (including one to spud this week) and one adjoining the prolific Wych Farm (Dorset) field. Now run by two ex M&G investment analysts who are focussing on share price gains rather than continual dilution. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BC56456AmY
15/8/2018
09:49
ileeman: Remember no drill is 100% success guaranteed, all low risk however but it will only take 1 or 2 hits to see a substantial increase in share price. Makes this one of the best plays on AIM and although we have moved up a little bit I am surprised the wider market is not on this yet, no doubt they will be once we get some good results.
13/8/2018
11:21
simonsaid1: He still hasn't posted a single criticism of the company itself, nor its projects or operations. Just banal share price comments. Makes me wonder if he actually knows anything at all about the projects on the ground, lol. So since he's invited a 'ramp', here is a recap of today's RNS. Today's RNS revealed the 4 workovers have all been successful and are producing oil, now in cleanup phase and on track to hit their projected NPV of £10m. That's a third of the current market cap alone, on our absolute smallest project. Don't think I really need to say anything there! It also revealed that the VG-3 drill in West Brentwood is about to start, with the drill site ready and rig now on its way over. Anyone familiar with US onshore oil will know how fast these teams work, so expect a very rapid succession of RNS's as operations get going. This is not a total wildcat drill, being updip of a previous producer. Spud this week, approx 2 weeks of drilling/cleanup etc. Some sellers this morning presumably read '2 weeks' as their time to exit here to chase something else and buy back later. Anyone is welcome to try that. Not for me though - during that time the results from the workovers will come through, there is the ever-present possibility of another asset acquisition (given the large bank balance), and the buildup to Wick is getting going.
07/8/2018
11:16
simonsaid1: 'Knowing how to trade' is a bit of a misnomer. The price movements in AIM are very erratic due to the low liquidity of most of the companies. Everyone has 20:20 hindsight, so when they guess the top or bottom right they call it savvy trading, and when they call it wrong they just try to forget it and stay quiet. I know because I've done it too! Not saying nobody does well from day trading, but there's a lot of guesswork involved and a lot of 'convenient memory'. Unless you have insider information or are psychic! In this instance the dip appears to have mostly been accounted for by large delayed trades that popped up days later, which suggests to me it may have been Gaelic clearing their 25% selling allowance on the back of the recent share price rise. They seem to be done as it's now moving normally again. That is great news for Gaelic and for Reabold. News from the workovers will be close now, wouldn't expect it quite yet as it takes time to clean up and dewater the wells, and stabilise a reportable flow rate. Expect each of the 4 wells to return something in the tens of barrels per day (I expect 10-50 bopd per well), but at extremely low capex and opex (vastly lower than a regular deep well drilled from scratch). Stephen explained to me that these were 'cowboy wells' poorly drilled by their creators, hence the remediation that we call 'workover' projects to get the best out of them. They are shallow and therefore cheap, but don't expect 'gushers'. They will provide a nice operating income for Reabold which is a great start to the drilling campaign. Key point is that these workovers are a mere 'bonus' Reabold got in the Gaelic deal, which was actually about the new Monroe Swell drilling (not to be confused with the Monroe Swell workovers), West Brentwood and Grizzly Island projects. These are all significantly larger. West Brentwood will be spudding very shortly, so that's the next major milestone. That's aside from the 3 UK drills and the tantalising project in Romania. And the small matter of all that unused cash still in the bank from the last placing, which Stephen and Sachin were strongly hinting at the investors drinks last week is about to be used for a new deal. Anyone else who was there can likely vouch for that last point.
01/8/2018
19:39
tewkesbury: If anything RBD should be trading at a premium because of their efficient investment strategy focussing on large low risk fast returns, minimal outlay without direct involvement or expense, and intention to exit at the right point and be positive share price orientated. It's run by two top oil investment analysts rather than geologists. 10p by Christmas.
30/7/2018
14:09
jungmana: My only advice for Stephen and Sachin is we now have good excellent projects in 3 geographical areas; US, UK and Romania. Concentrate on them and use the £9m wisely to deliver value. No more new projects or else the share price will languish at this price even at such an exciting period.Can someone please pass on that message to them. We have enough projects to get this to 2p+ over coming 3 months imo without any further drag due to dilution.
30/7/2018
13:40
simonsaid1: Are you chaps lost or something? They released a good news RNS and are entering 5 months with 6 drills. Not exactly hard to understand why the share price is rising.
23/7/2018
11:46
simonsaid1: The key is that once a drill strikes, not only does its NPV get added to the share price, but also a multiple becomes appropriate, given that producing or proven assets typically command a premium-to-book for the parent company's shares. It's a steep part of the value curve because it goes from valuing the asset as NPV minus risk, to NPV plus premium. This is why Reabold acquires assets at such a late stage before production. This is also why only a few of Reabold's projects need to be successful to send the share price much, much higher. There is no need for a 100% strike rate, just one or two would be company-making. A higher strike rate would be something else entirely. Given most of the assets have production or appraisal data already for various reasons, this is all eminently achievable.
11/7/2018
12:49
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.
11/7/2018
09:48
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!
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