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
  -0.025p -5.00% 0.475p 0.45p 0.50p 0.50p 0.475p 0.50p 4,090,274 09:42:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 0.1 0.0 23.8 3

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19/6/2019
07:11
Jupiter Mines - 0.37. Torp, any comments?
goldfund
19/6/2019
00:09
So you're not going to add all that crucial information to your header then??!! No mention of the £2.7m liabilities, or the Admin Expenses or the pathetic El Limon royalties or the established authority to dilute shareholders further. I see you have also reverted back to your same old Musonoi jam tomorrow rhetoric. You are an utter charlatan Noirua and karma will catch up with you imho. Ramping POS companies like this shows your nature. You don't care about innocent investors, who might be pensioners looking to put their pennies somewhere. Absolutely disgusting behaviour imho. If you're not going to provide the true salient information then you shouldn't provide anything. Since you don't care I will continue to expose you for the con man you are and highlight the facts you refuse to put up. Facts that investors imho need to know.
torp
18/6/2019
23:18
"Hopefully this will work out for shareholders." As it always has.
kemche
18/6/2019
21:39
2018 - Admin expenses - £849,518* - * Includes £288,016 in legal and regulation fees We all know it's all about Musonoi and Mid-Migori, mainly backed up by Jupiter shares worth £3.6m plus iron ore royalties and USD2.93m in long term royalties. We know about the cash shortage by June 30 2019 and a move needs to be made. Hopefully this will work out for shareholders. A continuous diatribe by Torp is hardly helpful.
noirua
18/6/2019
21:38
Yes but apart from that what else has he missed?
kemche
18/6/2019
18:23
Jupiter Mines (ASX:JMS) at 36c in good volume; talk of price breakout at this level after steady increase for months? https://twitter.com/RRR_RedRock/status/1141005586785603584
noirua
18/6/2019
16:09
Salient facts are in the header listed under "Crucial".
noirua
18/6/2019
15:25
This share can make you a millionaire The only requirement is that to begin with you are a billionaire !
torp
18/6/2019
15:24
Meanwhile over at Regency (RGM) Bell has today finally admitted via RNS that White Cars is a bust. Gone into liquidation. Shades of Steelmin here which went into Administration back in Feb, except that Bell still hasn't put out an RNS to that effect which is frankly disgusting.
torp
18/6/2019
15:20
Rampers utterly desperate now. Do not listen to their awful nonsense imho. Be sure to DYOR and do it thoroughly. They will never give you the salient facts you need to know to make an informed decision. Dilution is inevitable here imho.
torp
18/6/2019
11:56
I assume that P.G. is still selling so we should see a holdings RNS soon, it is frustrating that as the JMS shares rise (currently 36c), the AUS dollar remains strong and a rising US$, we are seeing a slight drop in the RRR share price today. AB needs to issue an update soon, hopefully one that removes uncertainty and gives some direction towards forthcoming shareholder value.
clunes100
18/6/2019
10:43
"Cash return to shareholders"!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nothing like drugs for breakfast. Yum.
kemche
18/6/2019
10:35
A drilling campaign is being discussed at Musonoi. Might be better to sell the 51% for about US$10 million and 1.5% royalties, even if 1620 would do their pieces over it. US$10 million = £8 million. Cash return to shareholders of 0.75p a share = £5,070,000. £2.93m kept in the bank.
noirua
18/6/2019
09:31
Manganese Ore Index 37% Price (FOB Port Elizabeth/US$ per dmtu): Week commencing 17/06/2019 - US$4.60 (last week US$4.60) Https://www.jupitermines.com/cproot/37/2/20190610_w1920.png Jupiter shares closed Tuesday at 36c ( up 56% on the years low point and 10% down on the float price ). The shares yield 20.8% on last years dividend of 7.5c. However, the manganese price has fallen steeply: Balanced by the increased iron ore price and the Mount Mason and Mount Ida assets being progressed for sale. RRR's Jupiter shares are valued at £3.65 million.
noirua
18/6/2019
00:41
2018 - Admin expenses - £849,518* * Includes £288,016 in legal and regulation fees
noirua
18/6/2019
00:04
Ettie, Any other monies that you have frittered away that we should know about. And pipe down with the indignance - it is for the investors to express that at your supposed stewardship here. Rotten to the absolute core. When is the next fundraising to help you "deliver long-term success". How long have you had so far to do that and how much have you squandered? A charlatan and a scoundrel.
kemche
17/6/2019
23:36
Sick would be an apt description of your self-indulgent nausea-inducing postings. Red Rock is a bonafide company and the Board are using their best endeavours to deliver long-term success.
atinos auntie ettie
17/6/2019
23:05
Nothing will change Over £15m raised via dilution from 2012 to 2017 Of that, over £11m expended on Admin and other expenses Approx £850,000 expended on Admin Expenses last year alone !! Just sick Nothing for shareholders in such a model. I'd consider myself an absolute idiot to put any money in here at this point. Bell will never change imho. Lifestyle venture, nothing more
torp
17/6/2019
22:19
Hilarious.
kemche
17/6/2019
22:05
Cash held, including raised since 31 December 2018 is about £640K with ongoing expenditure in DRC. If expenditure in DRC is the same as the first half year and in house expenditure the same, then Red Rock will soon be running on empty. Unless an overdraft is arranged, loans called in ( might be a bit like a certain cat that wont come in if it doesn't want to), CLNs arranged or placing, loan from 1620. Or sale of some Jupiter shares which is the easiest option. Of course an announcement on Musonoi or Mid-Migori might change things.
noirua
17/6/2019
18:44
Good one - never lose your sense of humour.
kemche
17/6/2019
17:49
Talking of failures, it is a shame AB had to sell off so many JMS shares but at least the are £100,000's of pounds coming in for potentially the next 100 years. And while I am posting it is a shame AB kept a royalty on JMS iron assets which may prove seriously lucrative, and whilst El Limon was a disaster and royalties have been slower than expected, they should start coming home and whilst they have lost lots of money in the past I assume that current shareholders are looking forward not backwards, the silver lining is that a good chunk of any profits will be offset bu historic losses. RRR is an exploration company, there will be failures, exploration is a risky business and costs money, anyway, as I was saying, AB owes us an update.
clunes100
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