Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ross Group Plc LSE:RGP London Ordinary Share GB0002192606 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.35 151,500 08:00:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.20 1.50 1.46 1.35 1.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.06 -0.25 -0.14 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:19:30 O 150,000 1.225 GBX

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Ross Daily Update: Ross Group Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGP. The last closing price for Ross was 1.35p.
Ross Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.05p and a 12 week average price of 1.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1p.
There are currently 203,768,475 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 68,634 shares. The market capitalisation of Ross Group Plc is £2,750,874.41.
philmiboots: Thanks strongbuy for the “clue”! RGP been off my radar for years, given up looking due to share price inactivity apart from the occasional mini-spike over the years. Not good news if you are an extra colossal shrimp it seems! Will watch rather more closely now and, who knows, might just “average down” a bit! “North of 75p” sounds a bit optimistic for arthropod exoskeleton manufacture, but for something sounding so “left field” anything might happen!
strongbuy: Philmiboots, have you ever heard of Chitin ? Research it mate, I’m sure you won’t be wanting to sell these just to get your money back ! This could soar very soon once they start producing and as they said in their announcement, that won’t be too far away! Do your own research and you will understand why it is gradually starting to head north, when the heard arrive, and I don’t think it will be too long now, the price could soar past your wildest dreams and best of all it will keep going , this could be worth Billions mate! My estimate is it will hit north of 75p soon ! Pile in !!
sigora: price holding up well despite the sells
euclid5: £1,000 cash balance as noted in the 6 months interim accounts - doesn't that mean soon they will need to raise some funds Https://
trytryandagain: I don't understand your post, if you are relating to the share price movement that was on 165,000 shares sold. That is the reason I have put some punt money in can you imagine the share price if they pull off a deal. It is a tiny bit of my portfolio 1.4% and on the off chance something happens I will be rolling about laughing not loling. You have appeared on a few boards as a negative poster I won't be replying to any more of your posts they are just drivel.
hope to win: STRONGBUY has instantly recognised that the free float is probably less than £10,000 worth of shares and even that is divided up between all the marketmakers. Any buying or for that matter selling has a magnifying effect on the share price. I will check out PCGE
hope to win: In all honesty I would set a target price no more the five times Fridays close based on a reasonable valuation. What we have witnessed over the last few weeks is a wall of money chasing a very low level of freely available Shares in different companies. Prices then get out of hand and literally go ballistic. I would be a seller at 10P as by that time the easy profit will have materialised. One thing for sure last weeks PYC 28 times rise was predicted by no one. Computer buying clicks in then it’s a free for all but you can end up paying over the top.
hope to win: Ordinary % of Issued Share Shares Capital Keniworth Capital Limited 40,000,000 22.29% Prime Growth Enterprises Limited 30,567,555 17.03% Escalating Investments Limited 22,200,720 12.37% Euroclear Nominees Limited 14,000,000 7.80% Mr Nitin Mehta 7,340,156 4.09% Morgan Stanley Client Securities Nominees 7,340,156 4.09% Limited At £1M pounds valuation and the above holders unchanged for a decade it leaves any potential shareholder the chance to buy just 32% of RGP if the remaining shares were available to purchase.In English that’s £320,000 of stock.That assumption would be valid if those shares were in the market to be bought.They are NOT since this company goes back over a century the chances are that most holders don’t even know they own them and those that do might have 1 share for every hundred pounds worth they originally invested.A blogger from old has just says as much in a tab above.Why does this all matter.? When a deal is done or before if investors purchase their will simplify not be enough Shares around to be aquired. That’s why over the last 3 months we have seen some Shares rise 300% in a single day.
hope to win: RGP is a shell the directors work for free.RGP makes a profit. RGP has a premium listing. A new director has been appointed to RGP and another company that is not listed in London.RGP stands in at just over one million pounds.For a speculator and investor it represents an ideal investment for a small amount of money.Not risk free but could be extremely exciting in the months ahead. An opportunity to purchase a premium listed company does not come up every day for a million pounds. I dear say the average premium listed company is worth £250M.Its rather like Bitcoin those that got in when no one was interested have made over 100 times what they put in. Since it’s just about impossible to buy more that a few thousands pounds worth of shares in RGP that would be your maximum loss in the worst case scenario.The spread of 20% is high but totally immaterial in the context of the market capitalisation of RGP.All companies listed on the market have a floor in their valuation because speculators know that they can make lots of gain buying companies they know absolutely nothing about and taking a punt. They also know that not all will go up however the ones that do often go up a lot.
hope to win: Before investing in any company you need to look at the downside. The worst is a company goes bust and it’s game over.At a million pound valuation if you invested 1/2% the cost would be £5,000. That’s worth noting as it limits your loss but at the same time gives You a worthwhile holding if the company goes on to produce large share price gains. RGP has been overlooked it’s in profit and when a deal is done the chances are the shares will perform extremely well. Clues are abound that a deal may not be far off.
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