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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regency Mines Plc LSE:RGM London Ordinary Share GB00BKM69866 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.90 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.85 0.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -2.59 -0.26 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.90 GBX

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05/12/2020
08:20
Regency Mines Daily Update: Regency Mines Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGM. The last closing price for Regency Mines was 0.90p.
Regency Mines Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.04p.
There are currently 189,910,596 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Regency Mines Plc is £1,709,195.36.
04/8/2020
07:33
helpfull: Where is your money going? In a pump everyone buys and the share price rises. Sponsored by the good doctor. But who takes your cash? Naive investors might get a clue if they look at the 4 after hours RNSs, yes four, issued by AST yesterday. Parsons is executive chairman there too. Significant shareholder,Riverfort Global, sold down its holding starting in March and through April and May. It informed the company yesterday. Yes, yesterday. During that time there were two cash raises at AST at 5p and 2.75p. The share price crumbled to 2.125p. Luckily, the placees never knew what was happening in the background.Or the mug punters who believed the stories and thought the shares were cheap. Sound familiar? Three cash raises at RGM since December. Unrealized stories from the company. A reluctant, significant shareholder, Riverfort Global. Mug punters abounding. A falling share price. 3p+ in December. Other reluctant significant shareholders. A need to pump the shares on a regular basis. The rules put in place to protect shareholders are being stretched continually. Be careful. Your cash is at risk.
23/7/2020
07:18
helpfull: Be careful. There's something missing. The good doctor wants you to buy his shares. He's wanted it for a few months now. He's wanted it when the share price was 3p. Now it is 0.87p. But, there is something missing. Last week Parsons told everyone about a meeting about a meeting in Mambare. But what about WoWo Gap? Apparently no update about trying to inculcate himself with RMI. No telephones in PNG. It is odds on that as with the 50/50 JV at Mambare(now a 59/41 take it or leave Parsons venture) Parsons has received a knockback at WoWo Gap. No news is bad news or should that be " we need a bit of rumpety dumpety because the share price is going to fall before the next cash raise". Keep your money safe. Buying RGM shares has proved to be bad for your weaoth. None of Parsons shares have made money for shareholders.
15/7/2020
13:53
helpfull: At the risk of repeating myself, and the risk of someone repeating that I am repeating myself, a quiz question. How many cash raises has RGM had in the last six months? (Clue: the number is the same as the RGM share price was six months ago). The answer is of course 3. Perhaps repeating is a common theme with this company. Repeated cash raises, repeated share price fall, repeated share options for the management and repeated pumpery and dumpery.
15/7/2020
07:45
helpfull: Can't remember the RGM share price in 2010 when it was at the peak but I can tell you how much nickel it produced in all of 2010 - zilch. That equates to 100% of this year's production which is also zilch. My prediction for RGMs production of nickel in 2030 is, you've guessed it, zilch. Zilch is a common theme here. What's the share price? Zilch. What value has new management brought here? Zilch. What value is there for small shareholders? Zilch. How much do the management pay themselves? Thousands and thousands and thousands of pounds too much.
08/7/2020
07:51
helpfull: Why would Sinom want to fund RGM? This goliath already funds RMI at WoWo Gap. To the tune of $55,000 a quarter. Some goliath. The Truth of the matter is that Sinom is an investor in RGM because RGM have no funds and had to issue the usual paper. The usual lock in is because Sinom would offload the shares if it wasn't there. A reluctant investor. More shares to be issued in the next cash raise if RGM wants to buy more debt. Those shares will be competing with the shares that are coming out of "lock in" from previous share issues. A sorry tale. Pressure, for an already falling share price.
07/7/2020
18:26
the_debt_collector: Helpfull (recently 'joined' ADVFN 3 posts so far) Do you feel RGM will buy the rest of RMI debt and if so why, what is the purpose? According to RMI accounts most of the debt is convertible into RMI shares, do you think it is significant that Sinom are happy to take, what you and your bashing chums consider to be worthless RGM shares as payment for the debt, also prepared to be locked in to RGM for 12 months or more. If RGM acquire the rest of the RMI debt and convert it into shares surely, by default, RGM would be a majority shareholder in RMI and in effect have a large say in the future of the Wo Wo Gap nickel project. Surely an entity as financially strong, prudent and astute as Sinom would not take RGM paper unless it was going to appreciate significantly. The bashing community by trashing RGM are also trying to discredit a group the size of Sinom. New prospective investors need to decide who to believe, a group of anonymous multi alias bashers who have been working every RGM bulletin board for years or a group the size and scale of Sinom who are happy to take and hold RGM shares. Https://www.sinomgroup.com/about.html
14/6/2020
12:43
torp: Just sound bites debt collector. Poor show but I guess it's all you have. The stock isn't even supported by its own directors who hold a pitifully small number of shares, a trademark of a high dilution company. Kaintz I believe only holds a laughable 1.7% The folk who got suckered in at 2.75p and higher will never get their money back imho. They will have learned a valuable lesson though. The share would have to bag 2.5 times from here to get back to the 3.5p level that existed immediately after the colossal 1-100 share consolidation. Not gonna happen. One wonders what impact that situation will have made to the company's ability to find candidates for the next mega placing of worthless confetti. As for it not being the same company as before, that's total nonsense as you well know. The company under Bell and Kaintz, like RRR was just a dilution pit of endless confetti issues and no income to speak of and tons of cash being expended on Admin. Bell was ousted, Parsons came in and proceeded to carry on just as before. Parson's actions are entirely consistent with the existing company Modus Operandi Parsons - issued over 7 billion shares to the 1.5 billion in issue Parsons - consolidated the shares on a 1-100 basis (shares had already been consolidated in 2015 on a 1-20 basis so just another standard rinse repeat) The share price was then 3.5p and the number of resulting shares in issue were 86m Parsons then issued more shares taking the total to 168m (almost double) The share price has sunk from 3.5p down to 0.7p levels as a result and last week saw a tiny pumped spike bringing it back to 1p levels. That means within his arrival and 5 months of operating, Parsons has decimated the SP by some 80% and has issued shares on an industrial scale. . Hardly any kind of performance to crow about. It has been utterly disastrous for anyone who followed the kind of shameless lame sound bites such as those you have just spouted. There is naff all income here and the BOD in true form are set to fritter away some £742,000 of precious cash on bloody ADMIN this year! This company makes consistent yearly losses, always has done and yet continues to fritter £millions on director salaries and Admin. The share price here will only ever go downwards as a result of that business model There will be the occasional pumped spike to get placings away but otherwise it's a relentless march South, endless share price decimation. Just look at the 10 year chart. The pathetic little spikes don't even appear on that one, such is the magnitude of the share price decimation caused by dilution. SP here is destined to fall back to 0.7p levels imho and will drop from there when the next batch of utterly worthless confetti is issued to raise cash for salaries and Admin. I would personally figure on the share price being 0.1p-0.5p by end of 2020. DYOR .
14/6/2020
00:03
torp: It is pretty evident that momentum overall is down. From 3.5p at Christmas after a colossal 1-100 share consolidation down to 0.7p levels, a catastrophic loss of share price value. A little spike up to 1p reduces that share price value loss from 80%+ to about 71% Still appallingly bad. The constant issuing of confetti shares serves only to continually decimate the SP and always will. With little to no income constant confetti is a perpetual hazard. I personally expect the share price to fall right back down now that the recent pump and dump appears to be over and then subsequent confetti issues will imho push the SP further Southward. Go back in time any period and share price loss has been the repeating reality overall. The charts below testify to this. DYOR .
09/6/2020
14:47
torp: The ramping is so very pathetic. In Jan 2019 Bambos posted: "Apologies in advance to all shorters.. This is going north.." and "Why do we entertain the trolls, there is nothing they can do now but accept the share price is going north. Hold on to your hats............. " At the time the share price was 0.375p (that is pre-consolidation 1-100) Today's share price is 0.012p in the same pre-consolidation terms. That's a loss of 97% of the share value that you were busily pumping. Your methods are as obvious as the day and anyone who follows your lame stock pumping as I said, thoroughly deserves to lose their money. Either you have lost £10,000s on this stock and RRR or you are simply just another 2-bit boiler room pump lackey. A tiny spike does not in any shape or form address the catastrophic losses of this company nor does it alter in any way it's well established Modus Operandi. Ramp away old son DYOR .
09/6/2020
11:25
torp: Bambos has been ramping RRR and RGM on/off for years My archive has all of his (and everyone else's) posts going back to 2012/13 Some examples: RRR - Oct 2015 "RNS Very close" RRR - Nov 2015 "News imminent.... YES SIREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" RRR - Dec 2015 "Paul Johnson has interest in RRR amd ia building up a stake? Yes please :)" "Any fund raise will be down the line and a welcome cash injection to further propel the share price and company prospects.. A while before that happens imo" "Matlot & Bitersweet are buying.... YeS siRrrrEeeeeeeeeeeeee! "Onwards & Upwards Red Rockers :))))))))" RRR - Feb 2016 "Aim companies disappeared during the financial collapse. RRR lives on and is in a perfect position now to grow.. Cash in the bank, low costs, assets. Some are unsure about AB but he is the best man for the job." RRR - Jun 2016 "Gloom merchants have an agenda.. Ignore" RGM - Jan 2019 "Why do we entertain the trolls. There is nothing they can do now but accept the share price is going north. Hold on to your hats............. $$$$$$$$$$ Oh yeeeeesss sirrrrrr eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!" And so on and so forth Share prices of both companies have been utterly decimated since Anyone who listens to stock pumpers deserves to lose their money. The Annual Reports and charts tell you all you need to know to stay well clear. DYOR
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