Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.35p 0.30p 0.40p 0.35p 0.275p 0.275p 3,686,004 10:13:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.5 -0.1 - 2.77

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12/12/2017
19:17
Actually I think it's much worse than that buoycat but enjoy your punt.
torp
12/12/2017
11:39
It's fair to say RGM is not for widows and orphans. It's a speculative mining share! Little point endlessly moaning on here. Companies like this are bottom drawer punts. Some you win (JAY up 2000% in the past year or so) some you lose...
buoycat
07/12/2017
21:05
Andrew Tory Bell is a complete and utter failure, yet he has the bass neck to keep accepting shares (asnd salary) despite to him consistently losing value. Not surprised he is a Tory, only they would defend continuing failure from executives, and ensure their undeserved pay is taxed at lower rates and allowed to de disbursed via taz avoidance schemes. To me Andrew Bell personifies all that is wrong with British Capitalism, the British State and the British executive class structures and incompetence
mhin2
07/12/2017
10:22
A quick 2m+ taken there. DC
daicaprice
06/12/2017
16:55
hope the #CON man gets bankrupted by his bum chum Bell end
the stigologist
06/12/2017
16:50
The Legacy Hill Mob... Alec Guinness playing AB. I wonder what Paul Johnson reckons to all this after stepping up to 8% of the company with his Mrs? Topicel Topicel
topicel
06/12/2017
11:11
so that's good, isn't it ? so now we are waiting for them to tell us that Rosa is a bummer and save us from losing any more on it ? or is the expectation that, having had some informal liaison with these guys and gotten to know them, and doubtless had some conversation re. Rosa over this time, LH have indicated that maybe there is yet a possibility of profit from Rosa. so why not let them have a go at due diligence and maybe together getting Rosa into shape ? perhaps the guy from LH is a distant cousin of the guy who sold Bell a piece of Rosa in the first place and they are all snake-oil salesmen after all; "what ?! that first bottle didn't do the job ? here, try this bottle....just another 5 bucks, if you'd be so kind". [my interpretation of America First is: ME first, America Next]
backmarker
06/12/2017
10:00
In contrast to you you bell end "Legacy Hill has a focus on adding value for its shareholders..."
the stigologist
29/11/2017
17:06
And there’s confirmation.
daicaprice
29/11/2017
11:24
looking at ADVFN's trades data for RGM there appear a lot of trades on NEX. does anyone know if these are really RGM trades ? I wouldn't have thought RGM was anywhere near big enough to be of interest to another exchange.
backmarker
28/11/2017
13:56
Indeed backmarker, no noticeable upward movement until today. Very controlled here still which suggests the Johnsons' may be accumulating still...it does make for an interesting chart and holdings situation with - as Bell himself would say - such high net worth individuals backing up their words with actions. As two weeks ago though, we still need to break free of 0.8p to look forward to new highs for the year without too much resistance. Watching and waiting. Topicel
topicel
28/11/2017
09:52
it's always possible that the coal is good, but just the management incompetent as previously implied, .... and the Johnsons were aware of the coal being OK when they increased their stake. even if Bell has seemed less than sharp - and I don't necessarily agree that he is - I have more confidence in the Johnsons' confidence, as they are putting their own money on the line. so I am surprised that the recent holdings rns didn't seem to produce any noticeable upward movement in the share price
backmarker
28/11/2017
09:46
never trust the yankees, snake oil salesmen !!!
backmarker
27/11/2017
19:40
It may well be that Bell has been deliberately lied to by Stephen Mosicki.
novicetrade68
27/11/2017
16:44
I wonder if Bell is that daft..I don't think so
hernando2
27/11/2017
16:34
Thats the sort of company he attracts.
scott kuntz
27/11/2017
16:29
From the RNS from last week I get the impression that our man in Alabama has taken Bell/RGM for a complete ride.
novicetrade68
27/11/2017
16:16
With interest added we owe very nearly $1M not $800k other than that he is spot on,but i would like to think some of the loan can be paid for with the UKOG windfall,having said that it is unclear what the companies annual running costs are nowadays plus of course £250k for Rosa which is prob going to happen etc.So we should all expect the expected .......another placing ..
scott kuntz
27/11/2017
15:49
Interesting post by Zumore over on LSE. He points out that it is about 8 months since RGM took out that $1m loan note with YA and that they can only convert a max of $200,000 per month. Zumore reckons there's still $800,000 on that note due to the interest. That could mean YA are likely to be converting for the next 4 months and at 90% of VWAP. Anyone concur with this?
torp
27/11/2017
15:49
Interesting post by Zumore over on LSE. He points out that it is about 8 months since RGM took out that $1m loan note with YA and that they can only convert a max of $200,000 per month. Zumore reckons there's still $800,000 on that note due to the interest. That could mean YA are likely to be converting for the next 4 months and at 90% of VWAP. Anyone concur with this?
torp
27/11/2017
09:27
apart from the Johnsons who have been increasing their holdings I reckon everyone else on this board must have sold up and gone. not even a comment about the "coal option". is this another El Limon saga about to happen. meanwhile the share price is falling to the bottom of its recent trading range. 0.75p here we come. life CAN be exciting as an RGM shareholder - but lonely as an RGM bb poster.
backmarker
27/11/2017
09:26
As many suspected, AB has promised cash flow from another dud in Rosa and now talks about due diligence to maybe buy the whole shooting match when he obviously didn't do any when he dipped his (our) toes into it earlier this year! He'll need to triple his bodyguards at this rate to keep irate investors from wanting to shake his hand too firmly... Talking of whom, did Paul Johnson know this RNS about Rosa being a walk up the garden path was coming when he went through another percentage level to hold 8% plus of this company? Or, surely more likely, he has placed his chips on the nickel future and our Papua New Guinea interests to bring home some long awaited profits here? Mixed messages today as ever...one step forwards and two back. Topicel
topicel
21/11/2017
10:02
looks like everyone's giving RGM a wide berth at present. no wonder, the way the share price moves. yesterday it dropped, for no obvious reason, then recovered to close even. today it has started out up, but will probably end up even again. probably the market-makers - or their computer programs - have got bored and are just playing around with the share price for a bit of fun. that said, the short-term uptrend appears to be upward. let's hope it continues that way.
backmarker
15/11/2017
16:45
from today's RNS: If Regency is to seize the opportunity that is presented this can best be done inside a dedicated business operation, since at present Regency's valuation clearly lags its comparators in the field. judging by the market response one might think that Bell's valuation too clearly lags his comparators in the field - and with some justification !
backmarker
15/11/2017
11:13
Nickel Plunges in Metals Selloff as Mood Turns Sour in Shanghai This note by Mark Burton for Bloomberg may be of interest to subscribers. Here it is in full: Nickel slumped by the most in almost two months as a late-night selloff in Chinese metals spilled over to the London Metal Exchange. Prices dropped as much as 5.9 percent to $11,755 a metric ton, the biggest drop since September. A slump that big has happened only a handful of times in the past five years. Nickel bore the brunt of selling in metals, with volumes traded electronically surpassing aluminum, usually the LME’s most liquid contract. The slump came after data showing weaker Chinese industrial production and fixed-asset investment. Eoin Treacy's view Stock markets have at least paused and outside of Wall Street are increasingly engaged in mean reversion. That evolving risk-off environment took its toll on commodities today with oil copper and nickel pulling back.
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