Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Red Rock Resources LSE:RRR London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBV38 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.975p 0.95p 1.00p 0.975p 0.975p 0.975p 1,194,773 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.1 -0.2 - 5.22

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2018
10:40
Steelmin Ferrosilicon interest 22% ZCE’s FeSi price still rising Https://intherightvein.com/2018/04/25/zces-fesi-price-still-rising/
noirua
26/4/2018
00:27
Migori - Kenya https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktKeoqqNBDI
noirua
25/4/2018
18:14
Last Holding RNS for PG said he still had 50m odd shares, so if the 3m last night were his then he still has 47m. share price here is going to be suppressed for weeks imho and that doesn't start to take account of the remaining convertible loan notes waiting to be converted (119m more shares at 0.8p to come there). Then of course there are the remaining warrants that are currently in the money. Have to expect more of those to be exercised, maybe another 180m shares to come there if they all get exercised.
torp
25/4/2018
17:13
If it is P.G. then one might expect a RNS.
clunes100
25/4/2018
00:57
It looks as if the MMs were selling stock at 1p to cover a closing trade of 3 million shares at 0.97p. Looks a big trade and likely to be just one well known investor - £900.00 pocketed by MMs.
noirua
25/4/2018
00:27
It is Anzac Day in Australia on 25th April - markets are closed.
noirua
24/4/2018
17:45
lol Noirua ! Still waiting for you to tell us what liabilities RRR has
torp
24/4/2018
13:55
Yes, RRR looks like the only solid mining micro-cap around in this difficult market place where cash is king.
noirua
24/4/2018
13:40
Steady stream of buys, perhaps the presentation has brought a few more punters on board.
clunes100
23/4/2018
16:18
RRR Presentation - Https://www.rrrplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/23Apr18-RRR_CorpPres_FINAL.pdf
noirua
23/4/2018
15:26
Cheers Hernando. So the Steelmin saga drags on . . . . again ! Poor old Neo ! Small wonder he's back under his rock.
torp
23/4/2018
15:03
It is possible that Jupiter Mines may make a first move to sell its manganese distribution marketing arm, connected to Tshipi. Albeit some way down the line. BEE are keen to float or sell Tshipi so it looks only a matter of time on this one. Jupiter has a 3% marketing fee on its 49.9% sales of manganese. -- RRR Presentation - Https://www.rrrplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/23Apr18-RRR_CorpPres_FINAL.pdf
noirua
23/4/2018
14:59
The post above mine, posted by Noirua- Q2 presentation
hernando2
23/4/2018
14:58
Hernando - "I see Steelmin has been pushed back into may" Do you have a source for that please?
torp
23/4/2018
14:57
Noirua - "Cash is King in the mining micro-cap sector. By June RRR will have £4.5m to £5m in its bank account" How do you know whether or not the company will put available cash towards current liabilities? Answer . . . . you don't. Why is it you are not permitted to state what the current liabilities are?
torp
23/4/2018
13:39
I see Steelmin has been pushed back into may to go on-line....keep breathing all will be ok- no cash call as yet/
hernando2
23/4/2018
13:04
Red Rock Resources PLC - Investor Presentation - 23/04/2018 - 13.01hrs Https://www.rrrplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/23Apr18-RRR_CorpPres_FINAL.pdf Quarter 2 Presentation 2018
noirua
23/4/2018
11:36
#UKInvestorShow Https://twitter.com/hashtag/UKInvestorShow?src=hash Https://masterinvestor.co.uk/videos/ ---- Share Profits - Red Rock Https://www.shareprophets.com/EPIC?epic=rrr
noirua
23/4/2018
11:22
Can anyone post something about the presentation given at the investor conference? Any update on Steelmin? Any news on Steelmin's progress towards production would be welcome.
clunes100
23/4/2018
10:45
Cash is King in the mining micro-cap sector. By June RRR will have £4.5m to £5m in its bank account. Held in sterling and greenbacks.
noirua
23/4/2018
09:34
JMS damp squib is no surprise at all imho. Hyped up by the usual suspects, you'd have been a fool imho to believe their cherry picked sound bites and nonsense MCAP valuations imho. Jupiter didn't simply hand out cash to their shareholders last year. All the distributions were done as equal access share buy backs. One might wonder why they did that instead of just paying a straight dividend. Other posters have suggested it was for tax reasons. I don't personally buy that. I tend to hold the personal opinion that after 3 years of being delisted with the share price around 7c to 10c just beforehand, Jupiter were keen to establish a new share price value in people's minds. The buy backs were presented as X amount of cash distributed at Y cents per share. That exercise let them set a share value in people's minds. For example their RNS of Jan 2017 had the headline: "JUPITER PRICES ITS BUY-BACK AT US$0.40 PER SHARE" Nice of them to value/price their own share price !! Wouldn't it be great if RRR could set its own share price too?! If Jupiter had just handed cash directly out to shareholders without all this buy back razzamatazz then people wouldn't have had an share price valuation spoonfed to them. So for example, last Mar they distributed $55m in cash. There were approx 2.2 billion shares in issue. So they could have simply paid $0.025 per share held, to shareholders. Simple. Job done. Instead they did it via a share buy back of 6% of the issue. So now that same distribution of cash becomes $55m divided amongst 137m shares (6% of 2.2 bn) which equates to around US $0.40 a share. The same $55m cash is distributed but now it is presented in an entirely different way, a way which plants the seed in people's mind that the shares are worth US $0.40. Except that the reality was that it only applied to 6% of the issue not 100%. Frankly I was never convinced by this whole exercise and presentation method. (NB: In the event there was only a 98% take up so actually it was $53.6m with 134m shares bought back) What we are seeing now imho is the result of over valuing a share price. As far as I can see the markets appear to be unimpressed. The Jupiter trading volume has completely died off since the IPO and the JMS share price is now falling, currently it is AUD 0.385. All this was very predictable imho. It was hardly surprising that the volume on Day 1 was high, some 54m traded which was presumably lots of former share holders quickly selling now that their shares were suddenly in a liquid market and one that, imho, greatly over valued the shares. They made hay whilst the sun was shining imho. The volume has drastically disappeared since that first day. 54m traded went to 12m then to 8.7m and now to 5.3m. The JMS share price is now below the IPO price and it wouldn't surprise me at all if it dropped down to AUD $0.30 levels. As I also predicted, resident ramper Clunes failed to make the same comment he made last week now that the JMS share price has dropped. When the share price rose to 41.5c last week he said: "RRR's holding in JMS increased in value by £150,000 today which is just under 3% of RRR's market cap" Now that the JMS share price has dropped to AUD 0.385 I guess RRR's shares have now LOST £150,000 of value since the IPO. But of course Clunes neglects to mention this. All imho and always DYOR.
torp
23/4/2018
09:03
If production was going to start anytime soon the weasel would be ramping it up like nobodies business. If you are in profit...take some
hernando2
23/4/2018
07:36
JMS shares down slightly on IPO price, I wonder if Bell will buy back RRR's 20 % of sold JMS shares for dividend income? Must say, disappointed by the JMS share price performance. Let's hope that Steelmin starts production soon.
clunes100
21/4/2018
19:46
Jupiter ASX trading began on the first day with volume of 54m. The next day that volume dropped dramatically down to just 12m and by the third day it had fallen to 8.7m. Jupiter is a company with 1.95 BILLION shares in issue. This reality doesn't seem to gel with the rampers' previous ultra-hyping of the Jupiter IPO who expected the share price to go stratospheric. Regardless, the smart move imho is to invest directly with Jupiter which then ensures that any dividends go straight into your pocket rather than investing in RRR where the Jupiter dividends go into the RRR coffers. DYOR.
torp
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