Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scotgold Di LSE:SGZ London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAK5 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.92% 25.50p 25.00p 26.00p 26.00p 25.50p 26.00p 15,301 15:15:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.0 -0.1 - 10.94

Scotgold Resources Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/6/2018
12:02
Oh dear. Not looking too good for the French asset sale - which was dependent on the French govt being satisfied that the proposed buyer had the cash to meet the licence expenditure commitments…which presumably he doesn't. In the 15 March RNS, our hapless CEO said: "we are pleased to have attracted a purchaser who can progress the French Licences…" - so it looks like the hapless Gray didn't do enough due diligence. More to the point, we need to know what these licence commitments are because it looks as though Scotgold will either have to pony up for them or relinquish the licenses for nul points. Situation vacant!
pr100
20/6/2018
14:40
Och, wee Graham is sounding a tad desperate. Everyone in the City knows the answer to his rhetorical question, "where's the buying pressure to take this even modestly higher?"… But just for wee Graham and his wee chums, here's the problem that Scotgold need to fix: http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/thumbs/upload/MediaFile/Image/2018_05/757x468_1527069443_Scotgold-Thumbnail.jpg
pr100
18/6/2018
23:34
The last thing NLR needs is two more mates telling him he can do no wrong when he has already made at least one major blunder.
pr100
18/6/2018
21:45
Not bad at all, Steely. The American guy's a good un too :)
glenalmond
18/6/2018
16:09
Certainly a lot better than having a non-CEO on the board. And even though it's a cartel, the new board members bring a little long-overdue corporate governance to this shower.
pr100
18/6/2018
14:40
Having a FTSE250 CEO on the board can't be bad 😀
steelwatch
18/6/2018
07:57
Jobs for the boys! Instead of choosing a couple of old mates as NEDs, NLR would have done better to bring in some truly independent types with more AIM experience and probably more attuned to protecting the interests of minority shareholders. But any new blood must dilute the damage done by the hapless CEO and with any luck, Mr Hetherington is being groomed to take over that role. Perhaps the MBO team is now in place. One advantage of keeping the share price so depressed through planning permission and mine funding is that they won't have to bid much to get rid of the minority shareholders.
pr100
11/6/2018
10:42
Lovely set of Scottish gold rings from Cononish and Sheila Fleet on show here ... Https://twitter.com/GrahamScotgold/status/1005790676800491520 No doubt about that! Nice one, Mr. Donaldson.
glenalmond
08/6/2018
07:40
Hey vfb. I filtered the plonker after telling him where to go. It's a much nicer place with him gone … pr100 6 Jun '18 - 21:53 - 3428 of 3430 (Filtered) 0 0 0 pr100 7 Jun '18 - 16:02 - 3429 of 3430 (Filtered) 0 0 0 I did notice him pop up on a six month old tweet of Douglas Fraser's on Wednesday @ 0339hrs though … Https://twitter.com/AIM_monkey/status/1004311787834101760 What a Rodney!
glenalmond
07/6/2018
16:38
Hi Shylock yah silly old Numpty, lol All this and you are still buying ! Glenalmond's got your number just as everyone else has ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjq4wYuwgxs There goes my Bonus , only the Lonely
vfb1888
07/6/2018
16:02
So if they don't need more cash, who was the Edinburgh presentation targeting and who benefited? It looks like it was just an excuse for a celebratory booze-up - paid for with my cash. The share price has been on the slide ever since so it looks like another epic fail by our hapless CEO. The room was obviously papered with fanboys because the questions were soppy. Some of the things that Gray chose not to discuss - and no-one asked about - were: - How and on what terms will the galena be monetised? - What was the final Au grade of the stockpile and why was it so much lower than forecast? - What were the final production/sales and net losses numbers from the BPT? - Why are we keeping galena in inventory and not selling it? - Why does Gray think he'll get an RSA grant when their website states clearly that projects which are already funded won't get one? - When are we hiring an ops director/mine manager who knows what he is doing? - Why are the planning legalities taking so long? - Why hasn't Gray been fired for a) destroying shareholder value; b) getting all his targets and estimates to date so wrong; c) failing to attract any institutional finance; d) slack corporate governance; and e) opaque/misleading shareholder communications? If this mine is happening, for God's sake get rid of the incompetent Gray. Fanboys apart who think they're his mates, no-one surely can have any faith in him to deliver. I reckon the share price would double if he were replaced by someone capable and credible.
pr100
06/6/2018
19:37
I have been "outed" as a shareholder - nothing more, nothing less. I take it you don't know whether our hapless CEO made any attempt to offer Scottish gold for the rings then. If he did not, that on its own would be a firing offence imho. It could be another 30 years until the next big royal wedding. Try not to be an ignorant oaf, there's a good chap. Don't let your chums drag you down to their level.
pr100
06/6/2018
19:25
Give it a break Shylock. You have been outed. Now foydc, there's a good girl :)
glenalmond
03/6/2018
22:57
Hi Shylock, lol "AND" yet you keep buying through your various accounts , lol Goodnight Mr Numpty PS: £10,000.00 per employee, lol
vfb1888
31/5/2018
13:22
Incidentally, apart from NLR who bought plenty more in the 18 May placing/subscription, no Scotgold directors have added to their shareholdings in the 2018 fundraisings. So when anyone here questions why other PIs didn't get involved either, the more pertinent question would be why didn't the directors - or any institutions? In fact the holdings of the directors, other than the chairman, don't exactly inspire confidence with Gray owning 0.36% (including 1m cheap options - borrowed? - from NLR), Sangster owning 0.76% and CFO Swan owning a token 0.07%. Sangster's holding has halved from 1.48% in 2015 to 0.76% now, with him acquiring only 20,000 of his RI entitlement shares. You would think that if this mine were going to produce its nameplate gold then the directors would be shoring up and increasing their slice of the pie. NLR has done that of course but arguably he was already in so deep that he had no alternative. Without his new money, it looks like the mine would not have been funded - and possibly the company would have folded.
pr100
29/5/2018
08:24
Hyper Al, you seem to be ignoring/dismissing their clear policy statement quoted in my #3412. But you never know: perhaps a grant was informally agreed before SGZ got full funding. Time will tell.
pr100
29/5/2018
07:51
pr100 As far as I read it, SGZ would get assistance. It's about Scottish Enterprise supporting a new industry, which has very large longterm potential growth in Scotland. SGZ is not (yet) a major miner, but it is doing more for this industry in Scotland than many of the International miners in the past. It is creating a 'procedure' or 'template' for establishing a metalliferous mine in Scotland. SGZ is like any other miner, it needs up front finance, I am sure Scottish Enterprise will look at past attempts to mine in Scotland and see that it is not an easy industry for those at the start of the ladder, but a little help at the start can go a long way towards growth. It is also clear from SGZ efforts over the years that they want to become a major player in Scotland, they have stamina! As an example - Enormous amounts of government support went into statring the UK oil industry. Without it much of the initial oil discoveries would have not been made and thus the commercial followup would not have arrived. I quote from the SE website hTTps://www.scottish-enterprise.com/services/attract-investment/regional-selective-assistance/whats-involved "Aid for initial investment For projects that require significant investment in capital expenditure, RSA can provide assistance under Aid for Initial investment. To calculate the amount of grant available we take into account: Location and size of your business. Amount of eligible capital expenditure relating to the project. Number of jobs created or safeguarded at the project premises as a direct result of the project."
hyper al
28/5/2018
10:11
Hi Shylock, You are in your own little world of self importance, hope it works out for you. Not long until we all have that drink on you ! Bye for now
vfb1888
28/5/2018
09:56
Do you understand what you're talking about? Do you know the difference between a shortfall and an excess facility? Underwritten issues do not preclude an excess facility. In the November RI, I took advantage of the excess facility to buy considerably more shares than my entitlement. So what? And you seem overjoyed about having done something similar. So what? Let's hope you and I don't lose the lot…especially you since you have mortgages to pay. Best hedge against that possibility would be to hire a good CEO and get rid of the hapless Gray.
pr100
28/5/2018
09:37
Hi Shylock ,lol For the king of the doom and gloom you do like to buy these awful shares through your various accounts, lol Talk me through the shortfall on a fully underwritten Rights Issue , no fool like an old fool. Thanks for helping me accumulate so many, without you I probably would have a lot less, you are a star
vfb1888
28/5/2018
00:42
You're still not getting it. If the Scottish Enterprise website quote turns out to be wrong then that is something to take up with them, not me. It wasn't my policy nor my opinion. I merely point things out - whereupon you and your Jack Russell chums start snapping at my ankles…because you don't want to know about any negatives (or don't want anyone else to know). If you were better trained you wouldn't make yourself look such a pathetic, predictable and incompetent ramper.
pr100
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