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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 0.35p 0.35p 510,000 05:00:01
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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19/4/2018
12:58
Topicel, Around a third of the in-situ value at Mambare is in Cobalt. Both Cobalt and Nickel looking good. Mambare is where the huge asset value is to be found, but it's worth remembering that the last time we got a decent rise to around 1.2p that was on the back of expectations for coal and early revenue. We are overdue news in this area and this could also be what prompts a significant move up. Edit: If you want a reasonably recent view of the company the AGM Presentation on their website is worth a look.
mostyn
19/4/2018
12:48
Interesting Mostyn. Thanks for that info, although I thought we had 100% at Mambare? This has been so long in the bottom drawer that all kinds fell out when I opened it to have a recap on things after noticing nickel moving north significantly after being rangebound in the 13,000 area for months. Now well above 15,000 so value is there if others want it...which is pretty much what happened with RRR and Jupiter I guess but that stake had to be reduced dramatically during the commodities crunch. If, as you say, a buyout or some other major player takes an interest in financing the prospect then RGM might resurface as a hot stock. Nickel is the future for electric vehicles principally, is it not? Topicel
topicel
19/4/2018
10:35
By my calculations and based on the figures in their last presentation Regency should have an in-situ value of around $18 billion at Mambare for their 50% share. There is obviously a huge cost for extraction, but that figure covers only the 3% of the project that they have explored. This compares to a current market cap of around £4.4 million at 0.55p mid. This is crying out for a JV/takeover by a major. Any sniff of this and the price will be a multiple of today's price. All this without the coal projects, Motzfeldt, the Curzon Investment which in itself has considerable potential. When the herd finally arrives this will move very rapidly in a very short time frame.
mostyn
19/4/2018
10:11
The nickel ripple effect? Heaven knows it has been suppressed for far too long and soon AB will be stirring the Mambare play again. Add in the coal, just a year late, and above 1p is with us in an instant I reckon. The trouble is the legacy here. The news needs to be good and stay good for a while to see investors returning. Presumably Paul Johnson & Mrs still have their 8-odd percent here? Topicel
topicel
17/4/2018
11:21
well, it's not completely worthless, and if the options and warrants were issued "in the money".......
backmarker
17/4/2018
09:17
Your assessment has a slight flaw; There's little point having options and warrants in a worthless company.
buoycat
16/4/2018
15:56
something is stirring.....probably AB thinking about how he can get more options and warrants !!!
backmarker
16/4/2018
13:43
That would be nice but meanwhile nickel is up around 10% and above 14,000 over the month, and trying hard to break out of the 13-14,000 range of the last six months or so. PNG could get reactivated soon too. AB has indicated that something is stirring. Topicel
topicel
12/4/2018
15:08
News coming on coal
bambos22
04/4/2018
09:08
backmarker, It's not really surprising that RGM isn't getting much attention. Apart from the excellent deal when selling the UKOG stake there has been little to get excited about in the last few years. RRR has a good expectation of regular revenue, whereas RGM has been talking about revenue from coal for about 18 months and has so far achieved precisely nothing, making poor investments along the way that have had to be written down. RGM does have some great assets but they seem to have no idea (or possibly money) to exploit them. All we seem to get is talk, and then more talk. Edit: The market seems to agree as we are lucky to get any trading volume on most days, certainly over the last month or so.
mostyn
03/4/2018
15:25
RGM is not getting anywhere near the same attention as stable partner RRR. that's probably understandable, given the lack of newsflow. however, I continue to hold - and occasionally add a few - on the grounds that RGM has some great assets if it can only exploit them.
backmarker
03/4/2018
15:19
looking at the header for this board I think some of the data is now out of date. for example, I believe we ditched our stake in Oracle some time ago. and I don't believe we own very much of RRR, certainly not 20% ????? kennyruss, are you still running this thread ?????
backmarker
21/3/2018
12:01
The Sharetalk interview is appalling and an embarrassment. How could they let that utter drivel be released? Absolutely no confidence displayed and not one jot of information that would assist a prospective (foolhardy) investor. I am surprised the share price hasn't fallen through the floor. What a pair of mumbling, unprofessional idiots!
beelzibub
21/3/2018
07:54
Graylyn1, Thanks for that.
mostyn
20/3/2018
21:38
mostyn EsTeq to float soon!! sounding very confident about coal, coal bed methane etc. that's about it really. A case of watch this space.
graylyn1
20/3/2018
19:33
Just listened to the interview. Can't comment on whether it was good or bad as the acoustics were dreadful and they seemed to be mumbling for most of the way through. My hearing isn't perfect (quite ok for listening to most interviews on share-talk and proactiveinvestors) but an interview with this sound quality is almost a complete waste of time. Hope someone will comment who could actually make out what was being said. It would be good if they said anything which would give rise to an expectation of early action rather than just more talk. They have good assets if they actually get round to doing anything with them, preferably with the word "revenue" attached.
mostyn
20/3/2018
11:26
Can't wait to enjoy another enthralling lesson in communication. It will be late afternoon. They have to edit out all the mumbling and references to anything being a failure. Luckily that'll make it quite a short yellow hole in the snow.
beelzibub
20/3/2018
10:31
hTTps://mobile.twitter.com/Share_Talk/status/976025259303464960. Video later today.
graylyn1
19/3/2018
19:43
hmmm interesting trades there - RNS tomorrow anyone?!
ianbag
19/3/2018
15:37
And not a word was spoken, the church (Bells) all were broken? Topicel
topicel
19/3/2018
15:11
both RRR and RGM going up. I like it.
backmarker
16/3/2018
03:05
I think they may have sold the ALBA stake. can anyone confirm ? things SEEM very quiet here but clearly things ARE happening. it may soon be time to rebalance my RRR/RGM holdings if RRR continues its new breakout rise. I'm hoping RGM will soon be offering shareholders a special discount on hiring those Tesla cars.
backmarker
12/3/2018
13:37
With a market cap of just £3.66m there is a lot of value to be realised here. Talk of Mambare getting ready to move forward, coal deal in the wings, Curzon energy looking like it is going to deliver, lots going on at ALBA, the list goes on... this is a great entry price imo.
graylyn1
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