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% 0.45 0.40 0.50 0.45 0.45 0.45 300,389 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 0.1 0.0 22.5 3

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16/6/2019
16:00
Gold royalties outstanding from Para Resources: So far just US$71,414 has been received. The amount outstanding to Red Rock is US$2,928,586 to be paid on royalties from production. Red Rock has retained ownership of the intellectual property and data associated with its exploration activities in Greenland as they occur. The entire interest in Melville Bay was sold on 29 June 2018 for £1, and an additional liability of £183,100 was accrued at 30June 2018 to reflect the Company’s obligation to clear the site of the previous exploration camp and to remove residual drilling equipment and supplies. Https://www.rrrplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2018_RRR_AR18_FINAL_Hyperlinks.pdf page 57
noirua
16/6/2019
14:31
Jupiter Mines ASX:JMS: VIDEO: Https://youtu.be/qBzUFcxv8XY
noirua
16/6/2019
13:58
Kemche : "Does anyone else sense a change of attitude?" Nope, not the least. This fraudster is not to be trusted. He is not going to stop pumping Bell shares. Guess why . . . .
torp
16/6/2019
10:05
Does anyone else sense a change of attitude?
kemche
16/6/2019
10:03
DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC of CONGO - COBALT and COPPER - Red Rock Controls Three Licenses in Katanga Segment. Https://www.rrrplc.com/projects-and-investments/copper-cobalt/vup-copper-cobalt-jv/
noirua
16/6/2019
09:16
Torp, this link may help you so we can have helpful discussions as you always wanted: Https://www.webmd.com/balance/anger-management-directory On shares I do have occasional big winners that offset my mistakes which are many. Accepting lots of losses is cushioned by successes. I am a very high risk investor and can take the highs and lows. Good fortune
noirua
15/6/2019
20:04
Ettie, Did you mean to write: "It is also pertinent to suggest all manner of impropriety" or even: "It is also impertinent to suggest any form of propriety whatsoever" ?
kemche
15/6/2019
18:52
You fool precisely nobody Noirua and readers will note your persistence in continually posting drivel over my posts so that my post is not the most recent. You remain a con man and a shameless pumper of POS stocks. Dilution inevitable here imho. Where else is the cash coming from for those £2.7m current liabilities (as at end Dec) and the ridiculous c£850,000 frittered a year on Admin Expenses and for project costs etc? Keep avoiding the issue chum
torp
15/6/2019
17:08
Hi Torp, do not forget the losses before 2012. If you add in all the assets presently held by Red Rock that would give a good picture of where we are today. Losses and expenses have been brilliantly put by yourself, except those you missed, but we must look to see the asset position as well to get a fair balance of where we are today. Torp, I'm on your side in this on the negative factors concerning Red Rock. I will try though in giving this support to make sure investors have the full picture. Thank you
noirua
15/6/2019
15:39
Noirua, comedy gold as always. Spend your pieces of silver wisely. Meanwhile, here is the history of how this BOD have operated/performed over the years which is still going on today. Losses and cash raised via mostly dilutive confetti placings 2012 - Loss of £1,962,882 - raised £4,441,844 2013 - Loss of £22,105,562 - raised £4,103,795 2014 - Loss of £4,113,460 - raised £2,723,861 2015 - Loss of £8,411,541 - raised £2,327,377 2016 - Loss of £283,280 - raised £1,155,323 2017 - Loss of £1,114,213 - raised £300,000 Total Raised - £15,052,200 Amounts expended on Admin/Other Expenses 2012 - 2,275,786 2013 - 4,751,948 2014 - 1,563,808 2015 - 1,334,404 2016 - 758,351 2017 - 644,688 2018 - 849,518 Total Admin Expenses - £11,328,985 Clear to see where all the money goes imho. Brutal dilution of existing shareholders to pay salaries and expenses. Little there for shareholders imho. Tomorrow's jam has a very sour taste imho. Nothing will change here unless/until this BOD are removed. Dilution inevitable imho but believe what you will
torp
15/6/2019
14:50
actions speak louder than words
sleveen
15/6/2019
13:21
Torp, please reread as I was agreeing with all your negative points. Only criticism was that you have not been negative enough on the past. Also the header shows only STEELMIN Limited, the most recent difficulty, and what could be better than that. Yep, on your side all the way, well most of it. Good luck feller Keep up the good work. Ticked your last posts up. Not sure though that we can say Peter Gyllenhammar is unimpressed as he has said nothing as to his reasons for selling some of his holding.
noirua
15/6/2019
12:05
Ettie : "The closed plant as a former asset is not pertinent information for new investors thus should not be dwelled on" Comical as always. The long standing track record of the BOD here is EXTREMELY pertinent information for new investors. That record is absolutely dire. It's a record of numerous failed ventures, with £millions expended along the way and £millions frittered on Admin Expenses. Greenland project has been sold off for just £1 Shoats Creek oil project is being written off El Limon gold mine was sold off for a song and royalties are meaningless (imho) Steelmin Project has failed and is now in Administration leaving a £1.1m debt to RRR that imho won't be recovered. Ivory Coast project went nowhere Along the way this BOD conducted transactions and loans with Amulet Diamonds which they did NOT RNS to the markets They still haven't RNS'd Steelmin going into Administration They didn't RNS this £1.1m Steelmin debt either AFAIK Just a shocking BOD and it is very much high time they were ousted. It's nothing but a lifestyle personal enrichment venture for these cads.
torp
15/6/2019
11:03
The closed plant as a former asset is not pertinent information for new investors thus should not be dwelled on. It is also impertinent to suggest any impropriety in the manner in which it disembarked from the portfolio. Chalk up the loss, move on.
atinos auntie ettie
15/6/2019
10:43
It's still a balance between lack of cash and easily saleable shares, value of Musonoi, DRC and Mid-Migori, Kenya. All this whilst looking at reasons for the cash fall mainly due to loans to Amulet and most of all Steelmin. It is still a balance to work out a fair share price for Red Rock against these outcomes and assets held. A long shot I know. If Mount Ida produced 10mtpa 62% iron ore at US$110 per tonne then Red Rock would receive US$8.25 million per annum ( £6.5 million). Income of twice the present market cap per annum. It would take a few years to get this sorted unless Jupiter Mines successfully sell Mount Ida and Mount Mason to a major. Probably for cash and royalties - Red Rock's 0.75% royalties on production would become quite valuable again. Much has gone wrong in the past as reasonably ably put by Torp. Not quite negative enough with those £50 million losses worth £10 million against profits in the future. These could come suddenly on sale of iron ore royalties. So please do read Torp's information that is generally accurate. Having been warned and guided by that make your own investment decision in this high risk micro-cap mining sector - very good luck to all.
noirua
15/6/2019
10:41
Info deliberately omitted from thread header - Company has established authority to issue up to 400m more shares here. - 63m of those recently issued at 0.51p - Cash in bank at 31st Dec 2018 was just £27k - Current Liabilities were £2.7m - Horrific expenditure on Admin Expenses c£850,000 a year - lots of outstanding Convertible Loan Notes - Regular Jupiter divi's don't even cover Admin Expenses The "jam tomorrow" rhetoric of the awful ramping lackeys here does not pay the bills. There will be more confetti imho. DYOR
torp
15/6/2019
10:38
Steelmin Limited in Administration. Blue Carbon Capital AG ( correction, not Blue Carbon Limited ) Https://www.easymonitoring.ch/fr/registre-du-commerce/blue-carbon-capital-ag-1388461
noirua
15/6/2019
10:38
Noirua like so many shameless pumpers before him is getting utterly desperate now Done his money. Tried relentlessly to lure mugpunters into this POS but the savvy know how Bell runs his companies. Glad I am no longer fooled by the likes of Noirua. Dilution inevitable here imho. Don't get caught. DYOR
torp
15/6/2019
08:56
If my auntie Ida was a man she would be my uncle.
kemche
15/6/2019
02:28
A long shot I know. If Mount Ida produced 10mtpa 62% iron ore at US$110 per tonne then Red Rock would receive US$8.25 million per annum ( £6.5 million). Income of twice the present market cap per annum. It would take a few years to get this sorted unless Jupiter Mines successfully sell Mount Ida and Mount Mason to a major. Probably for cash and royalties - Red Rock's 0.75% royalties on production would become quite valuable again.
noirua
15/6/2019
02:21
COMMODITIES / SHARES June 14, 2019 Iron Ore Prices Rip Higher On Supply Crunch Fears Https://www.sharecafe.com.au/2019/06/14/iron-ore-prices-rip-higher-on-supply-crunch-fears/ The shortage of iron ore in China must be starting to hurt – otherwise why would global iron ore prices surge past $US110 a tonne when Vale, the stricken Brazilian miner, says it is moving to dry ore processing at some of its impacted mines – a move that could see millions of tonnes of ore back on world markets by the end of this year or early 2020. The news was in the market yesterday but iron ore prices as measured by the Metal Bulletin’s Index jumped more than 3%, or $US3.56 a tonne, to $US110.16 a tonne for 62% Fe ore delivered to northern China.
noirua
14/6/2019
23:21
Header is reduced. Information in header transported to another place. Only current information will be shown and for a short time.
noirua
14/6/2019
18:11
It's still a balance between lack of cash and easily saleable shares, value of Musonoi, DRC and Mid-Migori, Kenya. All this whilst looking at reasons for the cash fall mainly due to loans to Amulet and most of all Steelmin. It is still a balance to work out a fair share price for Red Rock against these outcomes and assets held.
noirua
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