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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sigmaroc LSE:SRC London Ordinary Share GB00BYX5K988 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.27% 37.50p 37.00p 38.00p 37.50p 37.50p 37.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 27.1 0.8 0.3 110.3 51.26

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12/9/2016
19:26
confused by the interview - are they saying they have to do an RTO? or they've done it already... in 6 months they have to do something apparently can someone help me understand this - really confused about how they will get the money to do their £50m deals is this a con?
yajnas01
09/9/2016
15:13
Yes. It was tempting, but I think I'd like to see how this plays out...
zcaprd7
09/9/2016
07:06
2 x 5m sells went through yesterday which would explain the drop at the end of the day....a few more flippers left the party....perhaps we can move up again now....
sja123
08/9/2016
16:50
Hmm, he seems like a smart cookie. Nice combination of boring (aggregates, building materials) and exciting (frontier markets)...
zcaprd7
08/9/2016
12:50
Recent interviews with Vox and proactive... https://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/blogs/578-union-jack-oil-sigmaroc-and-wheelie-dealer/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeI4kXaPISE
sja123
06/9/2016
15:42
Hmm. Not a great end to the day. Heavy volume, I'm not surprised some people bailed given the gains...
zcaprd7
06/9/2016
12:12
The White Lion project is located approximately 100km (by sealed road) from the Zambian capital Lusaka and sits on a granted Large Scale Mining Licence which covers a total area of 245 square kilometres. The mining licence was granted in 2011, runs for 25 years and is renewable.Interpretive work from airborne geophysical surveys and preliminary ground mapping shows that the limestone deposition outcrops at surface and covers an area of approximately 60 square kilometres. This large scale of limestone deposition is believed most encouraging for hosting the necessary tonnage needed to consider building a cement works.Previously 39 samples have been taken from the project under the guidance of African industrial minerals and cement expert, Mr. Robert Barnett. The samples were analysed at SGS's laboratory at Kitwe and gave assay averages (inclusive of some dolomitic limestone values) of 44% CaO and 2.4% MgO – these being the key elements for cement limestone. A typical cut–off specification for African cement limestone is 42% CaO minimum and maximum of 4% MgO. Secondary elements such as silica, aluminium and iron were also reviewed. These deleterious elements have been found to be at levels considered below the maximum tolerance requirements for any future plant feed chemistry. The White Lion project contains local shales and phyllites which can be mined and blended with the limestone to ensure a sustained quality plant feed.In 2015 Spitfire Resources Limited completed a large surface sampling program at the White Lion limestone project in Zambia with the results showing an extensive high-grade limestone exposure with calcium grades of up to 55.3% CaO. The large-scale surface sampling program consisted of taking 198 rock chip and soil samples at a 500m x 500m spacing across approximately 60 square kilometres. The program was split into two parts and was designed to focus on the areas containing limestone as well as complimentary cement plant blend materials such as alumina, silica and iron.With the suspension of the proposed AIM listing and associated funding to support the project, the Company is reviewing its slated work plans for the White Lion Project and investigating other ways to best extract value from this projectCompetent Person's Statement – White Lion Limestone Project:The information in this document that relates to exploration results and mineral resources is based on information compiled by Mr. Stuart Peterson, the Company's Consulting Exploration Manager, who is a Member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Mr Peterson has sufficient experience relevant to the styles of mineralisation mentioned and to the type of activities described to qualify as a competent person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Targets, Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves.' Mr Peterson consents to the inclusion in this document of material based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.
zcaprd7
06/9/2016
12:11
http://www.spitfirematerials.comWhite lion project
zcaprd7
06/9/2016
12:09
http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=328987976&privcapId=38572819
zcaprd7
06/9/2016
11:00
this wont need news yet its only just getting sentiment from otehr PIs. This will carry on slowly but surely to 1p IMO then without news id be a bit tempted to take some off the table. Plus study the link between this and spitfire and a certain lion and you can piece together what they are doing at the MO.... If you actually bother to research guys
johns288
06/9/2016
09:38
Now actual deals announced yet...
zcaprd7
06/9/2016
08:13
1P+ VERY SOON
falia
05/9/2016
20:37
The company's LinkedIn profile has some more details:https://www.linkedin.com/m/company/15086091/
zcaprd7
05/9/2016
13:42
Very perky today...
zcaprd7
02/9/2016
16:23
Finally, ending on a high note and it has been a good start to life on AIM for SigmaRoc, a construction materials firm focused on emerging markets. Its shares are up almost 20 per cent since joining the junior market last week. Having slipped into the cash shell vacated by Messaging International, it has raised £500,000 to keep the lights on while chief executive Max Vermorken and his team work on the company’s first deal. Under the junior market’s Rule 15 it must make a purchase in the next six months, which means the clock is ticking. However the group isn’t looking to do just one transaction – others will follow the initial deal. Its buy-and-build strategy will tap into the construction boom occurring in south-east Africa – countries such as Zambia, Tanzania, Botswana and Mozambique. Here mining, oil and gas are transforming local economies, while there is huge investment from the World Bank, the IMF and, of course, resource-hungry China. Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3770901/SMALL-CAP-MOVERS-Second-bid-week-propels-shares-Bond-International-6-higher.html#ixzz4J7GwhB32 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
doodlebug4
02/9/2016
14:04
Sep 2, 2016 6:38:31 AM PDT HTTP://www.smallcapnetwork.com/Investors-and-market-makers-are-currently-trying-to-make-sense-of-the-share-movement-of-CloudTag/s/via/53241/article/view/p/mid/1/id/189/ SigmaRoc, a construction materials firm focused on emerging market, were up almost 20 per cent since joining the junior market last week
lastdrop
02/9/2016
11:10
Wouldn't mind a deal getting announced, to get a feel for what their plans are? How frontier are they going to go?
zcaprd7
02/9/2016
11:05
How many more shares could be left still to be sold?
scyther
01/9/2016
11:08
Once the sellers are done from the RTO then that is when this will start to motor.
flashheart
01/9/2016
11:07
Well done but this has so so much more to go once the company/investments are built.
flashheart
01/9/2016
10:44
I've doubled my money since the RTO...
zcaprd7
01/9/2016
10:37
Good time to accumulate in that case.
flashheart
01/9/2016
08:51
Anymore news then, buying seems to have slowed down?
zcaprd7
30/8/2016
12:03
Think you guys are putting 2 and 2 together and getting 5.He follows dangote so what?Watching for now
scyther
28/8/2016
17:08
So... take a look at who Charles Trigg is following on Twitter @sigmaroc_cet. All the accounts are companies bar one. The only 'person' he actually follows is Alikote Dangote, president of Dangote. He also follows Dangote and Dangote cements. So, he currently follows 22 accounts three of which happen to be linked to Dangote. Now, on the Sigma website it mentions specifically Zambia as a focus market. Dangote have just announced the commissioning of a $400 million cement plant in Zambia with a capacity of 1.5 million tonnes. Really looking forward to next week...
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