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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines Plc LSE:RGM London Ordinary Share GB00BYVT4J08 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.005p +8.33% 0.065p 0.06p 0.07p 0.065p 0.06p 0.06p 13,187,659 09:03:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.5 -0.2 - 0.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/5/2019
10:23
aussie, With Bellend in charge no such luck.
kemche
19/5/2019
07:27
Seen a few of these situations turn around and give the brave outstanding returns - punt money for sure.
aussiebeach
15/5/2019
23:03
Torp You make your points clearly but once again every dog will have it's day occasionally, RRR rose from .45p to 1.2p a year or so ago did it not. Remember to keep the City wheels turning (to pay the leach's namely PR, Broker, Advisers, etc) the spivs will often create upside, RGM has reached a point (sub £1m m/cap) where that could occur. If you play the AIM game you take your chances, experience suggests this may be a chance worth taking at current levels. Time will tell !!
the_debt_collector
15/5/2019
20:20
debt_collector - "New management, new strategy" Really? Bell is still there isn't he?! And strategy? No, I can safely say the strategy is the same as it has always been. Issue confetti to fund working cap (i.e. salaries and expenses) They came right out and said it in the recent RNS here: "The current business model of Regency along with that of most other junior exploration companies in the small-cap space relies on the ability to access capital by the issuance of new shares to investors to fund ongoing working capital and project development requirements." https://www.investegate.co.uk/regency-mines-plc--rgm-/rns/corporate-update/201903110700083845S/ So same old same old. Same strategy that has been followed for years and which has produced no shareholder value and which has devastated the share price Same strategy at both RRR and RGM. It doesn't work, for shareholders, but it enriches the BOD nicely ! DYOR
torp
15/5/2019
19:21
Torp The point is the waffle you (and others) post here is irrelevant to new prospective buyers. With Stephen Pearce (16%) and Paul Johnson (4%) as major holders anything is possible - the fact that RGM has authority to issue shares is irrelevant, it is at what price and for what purpose. New management, new strategy + possible new HNW's coming on-board, a recipe for material upside. Might be right might be wrong, at current levels worth a punt IMO.
the_debt_collector
14/5/2019
16:03
Just look at the market cap of Amazon.
kemche
14/5/2019
15:56
What has EDL to do with RGM? Pretty desperate times when you can only pump a POS AIM tiddler by citing the success of completely different companies !!! Fact is the BOD here have established authority to issue up to 2 BILLION shares here this year. SP only going one way with that kind of dilution imho
torp
14/5/2019
09:55
Everyone was saying EDL was doomed a month ago, £400k m/cap - since then it has risen 400%. Sometimes it is best to ignore the bashers !
the_debt_collector
10/5/2019
17:19
is that thick skinned or fat skinned?
seagullsslimjim
09/5/2019
20:48
debt collector would you mind tell us what your average is?
edward hopper
09/5/2019
18:05
Absolutely! a clear 100 bagger in the making.
kemche
09/5/2019
17:59
Torp Share issues are part and parcel on AIM, it is a matter of at what price and what for. Look how volatile a stock like WDC has been whilst they issue 100's of millions of shares to extinguish past debt and move forward with a new plan (and management) It has been possible for the nimble and astute to trade a range of .25p to .55p over a few months. It seems to me the naysayers have been beaten up by historic value destruction and woeful sentiment against very thick skinned management. New entrants may be advised to ignore the burnt longs in this case - we will see! If one reads the RNS on the 15th April it is very precise, words like value creation - dynamic projects - driving investor returns. The Company will now commence a strategic review of its operations following the completion of this fundraising, where it intends to augment the board and refocus the business on the key drivers of value creation. As part of this process, the entire portfolio of assets and business systems will be reviewed, with the goal of streamlining the investment proposition and building a dynamic grouping of projects and investments, with the target of driving investor returns over both the short and longer term horizons. I do like turn around situations - this is one - watch this space - the kind of statements above are not normally seen in AB or SK companies - so who is pulling the strings - now who is a director of Value Creation I wonder? Time to buy before this trebles ??
the_debt_collector
08/5/2019
23:54
Many a High Net Worth individual has become a Low Net Worth individual investing in Bellend companies.
kemche
08/5/2019
23:26
Interesting that the HNW's were made inside on the last placing - happy to stump up £240,000 cash at 0.06p - now what were they told ? Pearce increasing his holding by 4% to 16% - Why? Bell and Kaintz taking stock in the placing New management coming on-board. Strategic review ongoing. £800k m/cap Is it a case of filling ones boots before all is made clear ??
the_debt_collector
08/5/2019
22:57
Dog share, has been for ages Just waiting for the end...
selkirk69
08/5/2019
16:39
"High Net Worth investors." - heh heh heh !! - now where else have we heard that? :-)
seagullsslimjim
08/5/2019
08:57
Latest Rampster - " a bit like EDL the other day" Did EDL have authority to issue up to 2 BILLION shares? No. So nothing like EDL then. Wish you luck but buying into a company with history of industrial levels of dilution and which has already requested and gained authority to issue up to 2 bn shares this year doesn't seem like a sound decision for me personally. That kind of dilution is only going to decimate the share price imho. Currently there are 1.5 bn shares in issue. MCP c£900k. share price 0.06p 400m shares have already been issued with 1-1 warrants. That leaves 1.2bn shares that could still be issued which would likely be 600m shares + 600m warrants. DYOR
torp
08/5/2019
08:03
That's nice.
sleveen
08/5/2019
07:53
Only £800k market cap, a bit like EDL the other day, everyone slagging it off but then it rose 450% due to being refinanced by a consortium of High Net Worth investors. I am a buyer, taken 5m so far and will continue to add. This could double/treble in a flash, the guy with 16% recently adding is a clue + Paul Johnson is still a holder.
space_dust
07/5/2019
21:41
Why is Stephen Pearce increasing his already large (underwater) holding - now 16% There were suggestions new management were incoming but they backed away - Pearce said on LSE around that time all would be revealed - urged folk not to become disillusioned. Is Pearce working behind the scenes to instigate change one wonders - could RGM be used as a shell for example? Could new assets be injected? Sub £1m m/cap anything is possible !!
the_debt_collector
07/5/2019
20:31
you mean from back door entry to placings or from pizza sales? the two could run close ! Used to love those videos TW used to do from the upstairs room at his pizza place. Guess when they were both together then they'd have a pizza lock in.
seagullsslimjim
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