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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scotgold Resources Limited LSE:SGZ London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAK5 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 1.74% 58.50 20,854 13:40:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
57.00 60.00 59.00 57.50 57.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -1.44 -6.00 30
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:58:54 O 1,000 59.94 GBX

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01/6/2020
09:20
Scotgold Resources Daily Update: Scotgold Resources Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SGZ. The last closing price for Scotgold Resources was 57.50p.
Scotgold Resources Limited has a 4 week average price of 50.50p and a 12 week average price of 39p.
The 1 year high share price is 86p while the 1 year low share price is currently 31.50p.
There are currently 51,348,877 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,002 shares. The market capitalisation of Scotgold Resources Limited is £30,039,093.05.
16/5/2020
10:22
vfb1888: Their share price is booming , lol , their MC is the same as their debt , keep licking the windows Mr omelette muncher
16/5/2020
08:24
pr100: Och, wee Graham, you made up the bit about the placing, didn't you? You just don't have a clue how their working capital will be raised. But restarting a mine is certainly going to need some - even you can see that. Or do you prefer the hapless Gray's method of telling shareholders that no cash was needed - before hitting them with a substantial placing out of the blue? Galantas debt is less than Scotgold's of course. And they aren't stuck in a peat bog. And they don't have the Gray liability. And their share price is booming. But some things they do have in common, including no nuggets and no visible gold.
20/11/2019
10:41
vfb1888: You don't get anything correct old chap if fact you were over a year out with your 2-3 week prediction , what a plonker “Sabzahmed, I doubt that anything said on this bb is going to affect the share price. Scotgold have achieved that by themselves.It will be no consolation to you but I also topped up, at 0.6p, when the company restructured to wipe out its debt. We may still hope to be rewarded if/when the mine gets built but the apparently dire performance of the BPT against target makes it look like more dilution, or more debt to NLR, will be needed in the short term. That being so, it's not easy to try to judge when the bottom has been reached.I would like to be proved wrong but I am forecasting another fundraising within the next 2-3 weeks.” (10/26/2016) PROVEN LIAR, lol but hey given that you have mentioned placing in over 100 of your posts you might get it correct once but then again it is you the biggest LIAR & LOSER around ,lol
20/11/2019
01:13
vfb1888: Come on then PROVEN LIAR , Talk me through your 300% profit “Sabzahmed, I doubt that anything said on this bb is going to affect the share price. Scotgold have achieved that by themselves.It will be no consolation to you but I also topped up, at 0.6p, when the company restructured to wipe out its debt. We may still hope to be rewarded if/when the mine gets built but the apparently dire performance of the BPT against target makes it look like more dilution, or more debt to NLR, will be needed in the short term. That being so, it's not easy to try to judge when the bottom has been reached.I would like to be proved wrong but I am forecasting another fundraising within the next 2-3 weeks.” (10/26/2016) Not only is your 300% profit a LIE but your 2-3 weeks fund raise is how many weeks out or would you prefer we measured your inaccuracies in months or shall we use years! Almost about as good as replacing our CEO who made you 300% profit( claimed only not proven ) with a guy who has to date destroyed shareholder value for his company . You are indeed the best at lying , indeed you have made living out of fleecing the gullible that believe your lies. PROVEN LIAR
24/10/2019
11:33
pr100: If it is visible gold, it's not from Cononish. Sangster et al have told you multiple times: there is no visible gold in the Cononish resource. If you want to disagree with the company's own experts, take it up with them and good luck, LOL. I hope you realise that these additional Grampian prospects are there to prop up the share price in case Cononish doesn't deliver as expected (in the same way that the BPT didn't deliver as expected). Stay alert.
15/9/2019
11:49
glenalmond: Ho, Shylock - you in St Albans now? 😧 Pitrick, St Albans, United Kingdom, 5 days ago The promise of no further cash raise isn't credible. The CEO told shareholders only a few months ago that the Cononish mine was fully funded - but it wasn't. And it probably still isn't. The first gold pour will almost certainly see another financing ambush - as happened on the first gold pour from the bulk processing trialafter investors had drive the share price up on a similar assurance from the unreliable Mr. Gray. Scotgold badly needs a CEO with AIM experience at board level and a better grasp of corporate governance. Https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-7443435/SMALL-CAP-IDEAS-Scotgold-Resources-six-months-away-production.html Shyteblock and Pistrick 😂
24/5/2019
11:50
pr100: The intellect-challenged Risk.Manager thinks that option shares will be purchased on the open market. Let me assure him that the only time the market makers will have to contend with Scotgold options is when they are sold for cash - which is likely to be very soon after they are purchased from Scotgold, lest the share price drops below the purchase price. And should there be insufficient buyers to absorb them on the market, the MMs will lower the portcullis so that hopeful sellers find themselves unable to dump more than a handful at a time. The impact on the share price will be the same as a discounted placing with dilution. Given the number of options likely to be purchased and sold - and the historical low demand for Scotgold shares - the share price will struggle to remain above 40p and will likely drop below.
21/12/2018
18:20
pr100: That modest publicity has certainly helped the share price not to drop too much. What a damp squib. Hardly any buyers in the whole world. Gray is to blame.
09/10/2018
10:15
pr100: So, the NLR cash not being available, Scotgold announce yet another placing, diluting PIs to the tune of £750k and 2.7m new shares. Their justification for this is nonsensical: it is working capital, pure and simple. On 18 May, the always-unreliable CEO assured us: "Together with existing cash reserves, the Company believes it has sufficient funds to build the Cononish gold mine, execute a planned exploration programme and meet ongoing working capital needs." And he was wrong. Again. Nor is the 27.5p share price a premium since anyone buying 2.7m shares on the open market would have had to pay more. Totally shambolic. Watch as the share price falls back again. Gray must go.
22/11/2017
09:01
pr100: RIGHTS ISSUE Sadly missing from this RNS was any indication that an II or JV partner has shown any concrete, viable interest in funding the remaining £6m or so to get the mine built. (It could be more as there is no guarantee that £2m of the RI cash will be spent on mine works.) No third party would commit to financing the mine without PP being granted - but there's nothing to stop anyone showing serious interest "subject to PP" …which they obviously haven't or it would have gone into the RNS and boosted the share price to encourage PIs to partake. So it looks increasingly likely that the only way to get the mine built will be if shareholders cough up all the money - which at today's market cap would mean obliteration by dilution for everyone except NLR who could end up owning 90% of the company. This RI already represents 65% dilution for those PIs who don't have the cash to keep chasing the dragon. So the next self-funding round for more than double this amount in 3-4 months' time would kill everyone off whose pockets aren't deep enough to keep up. The problem is greatly exacerbated by raising this £2.65m at Scotgold's lowest ever share price. Due to incompetence and mismanagement, the company has failed miserably to boost the share price or prevent it sliding inexorably to all-time lows. Even now, the share price is only hovering around the RI price because it is being artificially supported by brokers. There is a real possibility that it will sink like a stone once the RI cash is in as PIs contemplate the implications of the next fundraising and the uncertainty of planning permission. Had the BoD been able to flag up some II or JV conditional support for the next phase then the share price could have risen to make the RI attractive. Alternatively, had they been able to confirm a route to market for the galena - which still sits unsold in inventory - the business case would have been stronger. But they have failed on all fronts to deliver and a lot of PIs will not be able or willing to shell out for 66% more shares to maintain their equity interest in the company. Of course, what looks like disastrous mismanagement could be intentional subterfuge. NLR may be willing to finance the whole mine himself - without taking any pesky PIs along for the ride. But I'm more inclined to blame the hapless CEO for the bad forecasting, missed targets, disinformation and lack of transparency which brought the share price to its knees.
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