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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Richland Resources Ltd LSE:RLD London Ordinary Share BMG7567C1304 COM SHS USD0.003 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.85 2.75 2.95 2.85 2.85 2.85 267,390 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.4 -0.0 - 7

Richland Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/11/2020
07:13
For those that bought at 0.1p well done!
excellance
28/8/2020
16:33
All these negative waves Moriarty no wonder Wales never win the rugby world cup
seagreen
24/8/2020
10:51
it will be interesting to see if the dilution effect and consolidation leaves any existing holders with a profit or a loss?
excellance
28/7/2020
18:59
There is a reason why they are buying it cheap. Drilling alone will run into millions that’s without salaries of directors. Just another couple of years pinching private investors money. But don’t let that stop you buying.
grahamwales
27/7/2020
08:09
We now know our way forward and obviously need to raise capital via placing to fund the RTO target's work programme. Share consolidation is no problem .Looking forward to a positive resisting in our new guise.
wapper
27/7/2020
06:38
Consolidation then placing. Not good news for existing holders imo
grahamwales
04/7/2020
11:37
The Board has now identified a suitable opportunity and is currently in late-stage discussions with respect to a potential reverse takeover transaction in the mining sector, in line with its stated strategy, and anticipates being able to enter into such a transaction in the short term (the "Potential RTO Transaction"). The Potential RTO Transaction involves the acquisition of majority interests in, and operatorship of, four gold exploration projects in North and South Carolina in the United States located within the wider Carolina Super Terrane (formerly the 'Carolina Slate Belt'), which i) also hosts the producing Haile Gold Mine owned by OceanaGold Corporation (TSX/ASX: OGC) who acquired the Haile Gold Mine be acquiring Romarco Minerals Inc. in 2015 for C$856M
excellance
01/7/2020
19:18
Good Evening grahamwales You sound like you know your stuff! seagreen has posted on the LSE board - so I think have an appreciation of his / her views. Im a holder of RLD / RLD as you know are now suspended. I would be really interested to hear your further thoughts. Is it just the bad experience of these things in your investment experience of RTO's? Or is it just not worth pursuing cash shells other than for speculative rises before suspension? Genuine ask no offense. ATB
numptyb1
01/7/2020
06:51
And now they are suggesting that market makers are going to lose their shirts pmsl. They have no clue how the market works.
grahamwales
01/7/2020
06:48
So if they do mange to get this rto the next company will want to consolidate existing shares and carry out a placing. Normally the reason for going on aim. So existing shareholders will be under water before they relist. Seen it so many times.
grahamwales
30/6/2020
20:18
I would have thought most invstors would only buy what they can aford to hold as everyone should know an RTO results in a suspension whilst the transaction is processed and depending on how straight forward it is and how much DD has been completed for the readmission of the shares with the new asset. A lot of people are followers of Ed Nealon following his sucess in the Platinum field and Ed does not need to waste his time putting in a total dud asset and fleecing the public as he has a good reputation. So the risk is that the resubmitted company returns at a value including possible consolidation and dilution that still shows a profit or a breakeven and/or the market likes the deal and receives the resubmission well on the first few days of trading or clearly has the legs to grow into a sensible company. So probablly well worth a few quid and then wait and see the pricing and take a view on the asset and the location.
seagreen
30/6/2020
19:28
Can’t believe the idiots on LSE board. They have bought in and expecting trading tomorrow. Amazes me the people who buy shares not actually knowing about the company. The first thing they will see in the morning is the share suspension. Jeez how thick can some people be.
grahamwales
30/6/2020
13:18
graham, "Stay clear of this one as they won’t be around for long." Thanks, I don't own any. I was merely posting the interesting article about the huge AAAA Tanzanite found.
sikhthetech
30/6/2020
12:24
Most traders going to get burnt big time this afternoon. Delisting today so last gasp effort by traders to make some cash, those left in will lose it all.
grahamwales
30/6/2020
11:32
Sikh Mine was sold due to illegal miners stealing the tanzanite and government did nothing to stop it. Stay clear of this one as they won’t be around for long.
grahamwales
25/6/2020
13:17
That's a huge AAAA rough Tanzanite found by a small miner... https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jun/25/small-scale-miner-finds-biggest-tanzanite-gems-in-history-worth-33m
sikhthetech
24/6/2020
14:17
AGM needed to approve an RTO as well and one is due as final results were released a while back.
shortcpx
24/6/2020
14:08
Paperwork and labourious DD that always comes with an RTO I suspect....RTO's are a pain in the bum not sure why people do not just do an IPO ....as double DD is required on new asset and old company.....but could well be a quick turn around
seagreen
24/6/2020
13:02
Still no AGM notice. Bet there's a placing to keep them going during the suspension.
shortcpx
24/6/2020
06:47
This Company is currently an AIM Rule 15 cash shell and, as such, is required to complete a reverse takeover under AIM Rule 14 or otherwise seek re-admission to trading on AIM as an investing company pursuant to AIM Rule 8 by 30 June 2020. Accordingly, the Company is seeking to identify a suitable reverse takeover transaction in the mining sector Only a week remaining...
excellance
27/5/2020
10:13
BOARD Edward Nealon, Non-Executive Chairman Mr Nealon is a geologist with 40 years’ experience in the mining and exploration industry. After graduating in 1974, he commenced his career in South Africa with Anglo American Corporation
excellance
09/5/2020
15:31
Thanks Shortcpx.
ianincnx
09/5/2020
11:02
A few months to years. I'm sure there are LTHs from the Tanzanite days holding much higher. Mehra made a good turn from the CLN to make up for his paper losses. He's not bothered now as he's focused on a few TSX companies now.
shortcpx
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