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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.34 0.33 0.35 0.34 0.34 0.34 4,493,525 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.7 -0.3 - 2

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19/2/2020
08:07
Of course. Pmsl!
kemche
19/2/2020
00:27
replicas1967 - From watching a much earlier broadcast with Chairman Andrew Bell. He did say that the grades at Mid Migori [despite being a JORC resource] were not that high. So the company would want to bring in another to take an interest and he might have said, dispose of the interest. Gold has risen in price by about US$250 an ounce since then so either way the project looks good. RRR would not be able to finance it on its own unless the market cap was around £60 million. I did work out a value for 100% of Mid Migori at around US$18 million so it may be worth around US$20 million now. AS RRR really has only 75% fully paid for, and rights to purchase a further 25% means it may be worth around US$15 to 17million to Red Rock Resources PLC. The current share price is concerning, But like TYN yesterday, rose 325%, that had been well sold down like RRR; the shares could rocket on good news.
noirua
18/2/2020
23:13
One can only smile at Ettie's pathetic attempts to lure naïve punters into this total POS. Last year, Apr 30th Ettie posted this on the Regency (RGM) thread: "Today's rise would have been more prolific had shareholders more courage. Traders have besmirched the market in recent years and it can only be explained by a paucity of bravery among the general populace, the youth in particular, the weak willed and yellow bellied." The share price that day was the equiv of 6.5p. Today the share price is 2.65p Anyone idiotic enough to listen to Ettie would have lost a fortune, about a 60% loss! And again only 8 days ago Ettie had the gall to call potential investors here "dim-witted" for not buying. The share price at the time was 0.375p, the share price today is 0.325p, so a drop of 13% in the share price Verily it seems that the only person here who is "dim-witted" is the one desperately trying to cajole punters to buy the utterly worthless bits of confetti here. Luckily there are extremely few idiots around today who fall for his nonsense. DYOR
torp
18/2/2020
22:54
Not fooled by the increasingly large sells one bit. Either a large holder is dumping whilst they can or we're looking at forward selling of an incredibly discounted placing imho. Watch for increased ramping and sudden appearance of old aliases. RGM did an absolutely colossal share issue taking the issue from 1.5 billion to 8.5 billion in one fell swoop and consolidated on a 1-100 basis at the same time. There appeared to be very blatant forward selling of discounted shares before the placing. I wouldn't put it past Bell to crank the confetti machine here to similar levels. There's no investment proposition here that I can see and that won't change unless and until all of the original BOD are removed and replaced. DYOR
torp
18/2/2020
18:02
"The odd trough"????? Wtf! Seen the chart??? A trough has an upside you Numbskull.
kemche
18/2/2020
17:53
The drop from the 0.45 level is on low volume and does not verily represent a company on the cusp of recovery. Today's buyers are entering at a better price than most and should do well, provided they hold and do not get bounced out of the carriage as it manoeuvres through the odd trough.
atinos auntie ettie
18/2/2020
17:51
Noirua - even if they do get the license - where’s the cash to develop it coming from ?? Nowt in the Bank !
replicas1967
18/2/2020
14:23
Red Rock's Half Year results were out on 29 March 2019, of course last year. In theory directors and senior employees could buy shares. The gold price continues to rise at US$1,591 per oz. Mid Migori is worth far more on the gold price rise. Still waiting for a mining license however.
noirua
18/2/2020
14:12
AIM Rule 21 – AIM Rule 21 previously imposed a requirement on AIM companies to ensure that, except in certain limited circumstances, directors and applicable employees did not deal in the company’s securities during a close period. A close period was defined as the period of 60 days immediately prior to the release of the company’s annual accounts, the period from the relevant financial period end up to and including the time of the publication of half-yearly results (if relevant) and 30 days prior to the release of quarterly results (if relevant), as well as any other time that the company was in possession of unpublished price sensitive information. As a result of the implementation of MAR, AIM Rule 21 was replaced by a requirement for AIM-listed companies to implement a share dealing policy which complies with a set of minimum requirements. The definition of a close period (redefined as a ‘closed period’) was also amended to be the 30 days prior to the release of financial results. The restrictions on dealing while in possession of unpublished price sensitive information remain.
noirua
18/2/2020
13:50
I've added 500,000 shares at 0.3325p a share. As with GEO, now EEE, I'm buying shares as the majority of bigger shareholders unload. GEO rose from 0.85p to 2.7p, up 210%. RRR is a loser for me now and the only big loser remaining as GEO became a profit maker in the end - your call guys.
noirua
18/2/2020
11:19
Temporary post deleted - went well.
noirua
17/2/2020
23:54
Glencore did indeed say it was pulling out of DRC. However, that was in 2015. Last August Glencore did close the Mutanda cobalt mine. Since then the cobalt price has strengthened.
noirua
17/2/2020
21:44
Time for the large holders to get rid of the entire original BOD here imho. Share will not go anywhere until/unless that is done imho
torp
17/2/2020
21:42
Latest Annual Report (to June) contains the relevant details here: Https://www.rrrplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/RRR_Annual-Accounts-FY2019_FINAL_WEB.pdf Cash in the bank . . . just £64k Total Current Liabilities . . . £2.8m Admin Expenses . . . approx. £600k For me, simply uninvestable DYOR
torp
17/2/2020
21:36
Poor old Noirua, clearly done his money here like everyone else but just can't let go and stop the shameless ramping of this utter POS. Can only feel for him. Annual Report (to June) here stated all you need to know: Cash in bank . . . just £64k Total Current Liabilities . . . £2.8m Admin Expenses . . . £591k It is for me a dead horse that hasn't stopped twitching and which desperados like Noriua can't stop flogging. It's like someone still giving CPR to someone who has been dead 3 days ! Nothing will ever change here and the larger holders and people like "Helpful" on LSE have shot themselves in the foot by failing to oust the original BOD here. RRR has already cashed in a bunch of "crown jewel" Jupiter shares to raise cash and has also cashed in a bunch of RGM shares to raise cash. One can only expect this asset stripping to go on imho. Value seeps away every time it happens. Directors and expenses must be paid. A quick look at the plethora of round sells on the trade list suggests to me that someone is dumping as best they can in a market that has very little volume for this awful share. Nothing changes. All imho. DYOR .
torp
17/2/2020
18:12
Glencore is pulling out of DRC I believe so I doubt much will happen with Musonoi or am I missing something? I also doubt Mid Migori will come to any thing. If you were part of the Kenyan Government would you want to? Or is there a legal reason why they have to?
greenpastures2
17/2/2020
17:27
Musonoi and particularly Mid Migori are really the only cards left here to play. A King and an Ace, so much to play for here. Most other assets at RGM and Jupiter are really cash cows or maybe Bulls as they are quite substantial and should keep things buzzing along until the cards are dealt. - CIHL
noirua
17/2/2020
17:09
The usual pile of nonsense from the only remaining ramper here
torp
15/2/2020
16:42
Katoro Gold KAT update on its Tanzanian assets. Good progress has been made regarding the disposal of its Imweru and Lubando gold projects to Lake Victoria Goldfields Limited for a total staged cash consideration of up to US$1.0 million and a 1.5% net smelter royalty. Haneti Polymetallic Project, Katoro is plans to drill the two nickel sulphide and PGM priority targets, Mihanza Hill and Mwaka Hill, including joint-ventures, with its strategic value from the recent Mining Indaba conference in Cape Town.
noirua
15/2/2020
12:07
Para Resources shares remain in 'Trading Halt'.
noirua
15/2/2020
02:27
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news
kemche
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