Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Red Rock Resources Plc LSE:RRR London Ordinary Share GB00BYWKBV38 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.475 106,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.45 0.50 0.475 0.475 0.475
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.08 0.02 23.8 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:59:27 O 10,000 0.45 GBX

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22/7/2019
09:20
Red Rock Resources Daily Update: Red Rock Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RRR. The last closing price for Red Rock Resources was 0.48p.
Red Rock Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.45p and a 12 week average price of 0.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.93p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.45p.
There are currently 612,569,271 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 849,329 shares. The market capitalisation of Red Rock Resources Plc is £2,909,704.04.
24/4/2019
23:31
noirua: Thanks Torp for another reminder about the negatives, great stuff. Oh, wasn't El Limon sold off for a sum well exceeding the present market cap! Anyway, I take your point about all the failures, you are very right indeed. Investors will no doubt take heed of your very words. The recent placing at 0.51p is likely to hold down the RRR share price and might well be tested in the short term. AB did talk of how Red Rock needed a market cap of £60 to £70 million, that is far short at £3.2 million at present. That could happen with the share price shooting up by 2,000% or by issuing a lot more shares. Or indeed helped by options and warrants being converted. Ordinary shareholders miss out on warrants only enjoyed by Directors and the 'hoi palloi'. Or new shares given to one, such as Directors and 1620 or placings to the few.
13/3/2019
13:32
noirua: The RRR share price has been disappointing today with news from DRC and Kenya due shortly. AB is in Kenya and the Migori asset would recover a great deal for Red Rock if a mining license is awarded and a mid-cap miner arrives as a partner. Copper and cobalt results at Musonoi are also due very soon. Of course the Jupiter share price fell to 4.5c in 2013 and stands at 34c today - up 655%. What's not right about that and AB bought at that price for Red Rock. The annual dividend equates to 166% per annum - quite amazing.
21/11/2018
14:24
noirua: Noirua - 20 Nov 2018 - 22:01:39 - 5482 of 5487 RED ROCK RESOURCES PLC - Information Thread - RRR It is quite right to point out that the RRR share price has fallen. I think we all know that obvious fact. From that we can see that cash is unaffected, of course. Australian and Canadian shareholdings have fallen and somewhat tempered by a positive in the £'s fall from grace. We have only to see the mining micro-cap stocks as a whole fall from grace. Many by a far greater margin than Red Rock.
06/11/2018
10:56
dianecarberry: "It is now over 2 years since the RRR share price bottomed out. RRR shares have since risen about 65%." and down 99.99% from their peak !!!!!!!!!!
06/11/2018
10:52
noirua: It is now over 2 years since the RRR share price bottomed out. RRR shares have since risen about 65%.
01/11/2018
18:46
torp: A look back at recent posts Atinos Auntie Ettie 25 Jul: share price 0.90p "In the main it has been value creation and it is still taking place today. That value only becomes visible in tomorrow's price so remains unseen to those with closed minds." 29 Jul: share price 0.90p "The 2 year share price looks strong and is perceptibly on an upwards trend. Here then is a share worth buying, prospects with potential, management with guile and gumption." 17 Aug: share price 0.825p "The trend may have become what some may term as down, however it only means the value proposition has become more opportune" 12 Sept: share price 0.775p "Investing in a sound enterprise is a win win. Have courage and faith that markets will continue to prosper and small boats will rise with it" 14 Oct: share price 0.625p "The future look promising with the blossoming of a new year only two months away." Q: How many Junior Minor CEO's does it take to change a broken light bulb? A: None, because if you look really carefully, it's not broken at all, there's a faint glow and yes look it's getting brighter and brighter all the time! Joking apart, anyone who followed the advice there when the share price was 0.9p would now be looking at a 36% loss given todays share price of 0.575p. Real people, real money. Not funny really.
18/10/2018
09:51
60000 muppets: Noirua When is the dividend being announced? What is the record date,rate & pay date. Thanks in advance Noirua - 01 Oct 2018 - 17:15:37 - 4213 of 4578 JMS should rise gradually over the 39 trading days and £515,000 sent to Red Rock as a dividend. We should then hear good news on a RRR dividend. The warrant conversion and CLN conversions should happen quickly if there is a dividend as high as 0.1p announced. This may be made up of a 0.05p normal dividend and a 0.05p one off dividend payment. I suspect a very few have homed in on this possibility. Once shareholders see the Red Rock board is forward thinking for their shareholders the fun should start - referring to the RRR share price of course.
08/10/2018
06:02
new_scally: neo26 just curious, why if you want to make some cash do you go long on an AIM company that has a 7 year history of a falling share price? If you fell off the RRR share price graph you would hurt yourself. Even Noddy doesnt have this in his portfolio.
14/8/2018
11:11
graylyn1: Well Steelmin are hopefully still producing (be great to see some numbers when they can) JMS look VERY interesting with the HUGE divi yield (to be announced soon?) Kenya we await with baited breath, that could add a LOT of value back to the share price. Colombia, lets hope they are at 200tpd now with high quality ore! so we see increased income from them. DRC been around 12 months DD surly the RRR share price is just waiting to EXPLODE...…230;……………….
23/4/2018
09:34
torp: 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.
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