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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
  +0.05p +15.38% 0.375p 0.35p 0.40p 0.375p 0.325p 0.325p 26,255,970 08:34:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.5 -0.2 - 2.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/12/2018
17:45
How do they get away with it? How many more mugs are left? Obviously another fund raising on the cards.
kemche
27/12/2018
17:14
Bell and Kaintz still trousering tidy sums, whilst shareholders see the value of their holdings whittle away..
the deacon
27/12/2018
17:10
Negative net liabilities of about £1.2m. Placing ahoy. No wonder the finals were released after trading hours. IMHO.
sleveen
18/12/2018
18:42
there's some buffoon on the other site called bambos who doesn't think this is going any lower. He must be losing chunks of dosh by being suckered in by Bell and then caught hook,line and sinker. Another one rogered over the 'Bell Barrel'
seagullsslimjim
18/12/2018
15:53
LSE showing 13% down today Can't help but feel bad news is coming which will explain all the shameless ramping by Bambos who I assume has been trying to sell like crazy.
torp
17/12/2018
13:09
Rise incomimg
bambos22
16/12/2018
18:53
If that were true Bambos me old boiler room chum you'd be sat back happily waiting for it to happen. Instead you've been ramping this like a goodun for a couple of weeks at least. Your relentless ramping combined with the plethora of large round trades and a small share price rise for what are really very few trades, for me, stinks of the old placing/CLN MO we've seen so many times before over the years with this share and RRR. Just my opinion nothing more. I personally wouldn't make a move here until the Annual Report is released and we get to see the true state of the finances and any other little surprises it has in store for us, if any. The RRR Annual Report was pretty dire imho and if RGM's is similar then I'd expect the share price to suffer.
torp
15/12/2018
10:32
Going to see a further rise in coming days!
bambos22
10/12/2018
09:16
Did someone say long term graph . . . ? On a hospital monitor it would be deemed dead. It's the same with RRR.
torp
07/12/2018
09:39
Not today obviously Top.
soulsauce
06/12/2018
20:26
Quite possibly, but that is also how he occasionally comes up with snake eyes Soulsauce! And, unless you don't believe he has finally tapped into a vein of success with Met, then he could be on a roll again without much difficulty that it can be fruitful to share the ride from these levels. What reason could there be for so many individual shareholders with large stakes like the Johnsons' and Lancaster etc.? They aren't completely deluded or in it for nefarious reasons, are they? Sometimes lightning really does strike twice, even for dodgy dealers. I'm watching carefully but if the income stream matches the rumours then it has to be worth a punt at anything below 0.6p imho. After that resistance level then we know how RGM can fly... Topicel
topicel
06/12/2018
18:18
Bell rolling the dice again to fund his lifestyle lol.
soulsauce
29/11/2018
08:52
Ok, so riddle me this backmarker! What is in it for Bell (and the others with large 3%-plus stakes like Mark Lancaster) if they are holding losing stakes in RGM? Some could argue he gets a salary and even that he is a Walter Mitty living in a world of his own - his own fiefdom if you will. But the commodity cycle has been dire since 2008/9/10 - choose you date - and therefore it is just rotten luck in many cases. If revenues don't equal profits this time, what is the purpose here? That is what I can't get my head around. Are they all a shorting cabal? Hold the shares, create some 'value' that is ephemeral and have an easy earner short as you control the market in those shares? If it sounds simplistic (and illegal) it wouldn't be unknown! All conspiracy theories aside, I therefore live in the quaint hope that Met and RGM have stumbled onto a niche operation that for the term of this current President will yield good upside for the companies and shareholders. Like I say, the RNS revenues are established and short of considerable expenses incurred so far and month-to-month, there must be more than reasonable profit in what they're extracting. Topicel
topicel
29/11/2018
07:51
until we get some cost figures - hence profitability figures - it's anyone's guess. the positive here is that the equipment after moving will be able to operate two shifts, leading - presumably - to lower average costs, higher revenues and better profitability. but given the Steelmin problems - and of course El Limon and others - over at RRR there's no guarantee that anything's profitable where Bell is concerned until we get hard numbers. it's sad, but Bell's reputation is such that one might wonder if the equipment is being moved precisely because the current operation is NOT profitable. still, while I don't normally trust the yanks not to shaft us, in this case it's better that they are actually running the show. (though their majority share might yet somehow come back to bite us! - you see how cynical I've become)
backmarker
28/11/2018
22:09
Well history does tell us that having doubts is wise with Mr. Bell. But those doubts are significantly priced in already I'd say. There is no mention of profits and, of course, until bottom line figures are to hand we are all just speculating. But those revenues are monthly and no matter what costs are involved they surely can't be more than $1.5m a month (the 75% I suggested in extremis), therefore, without too rosy tinted a view I'd say that a profitable venture is underway. Previous costs may well be significant up to now, but going forward the Met project would appear to be a cash cow - assuming Mr. Trump is also going to continue to be behind the great coal industry of the US of A! Topicel
topicel
28/11/2018
18:16
No mention in this AMs RNS if its profit making at those levels of production and if so how much. Doesn't take that much hard work for the number crunchers employed there to calculate the break price even per tonne Therefore one may well suspect that with no mention of a profit (rare for a Bell project) then running at a loss.
seagullsslimjim
28/11/2018
10:20
there it is, and it sounds very positive. never to sure of JVs with our US brethren, having seen quite a few oil-based AIM stocks get shafted by the yanks in the past. however it may be that Bell has found some good partners on this occasion.
backmarker
26/11/2018
09:42
News on coal must be close
bambos22
14/11/2018
19:34
interesting RNS re Mambare. didn't expect any particular share movement on the news, but look forward to some ACTION here at last. ultimately the Mambare deposits might have really big potential. however, i was surprised how little reaction(= none) to the news there has been on this board. considering how many posts the RRR board gets RGM seems to neglected for now. (of course, most of the RRR posts are useless drivel from the rampers/derampers war, so at least we are spared that here)
backmarker
01/11/2018
22:19
Here we have the start of a climb that would require a 100% gain just to hit the feeble 0.6p price last seen at the start of August! Mind you, that's not to impossible to imagine on AIM and would be a good return for those prepared to take a slice of this coal profit bonanza AB is hinting at...as long as you are nimble at the first sign of a reversal. This can move very fast, so hold on if the promised impressive figures do get released. Topicel
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