"Mr Bell obviously thinks so as he paid a lot more to recently purchase RRR shares. "
Mr Bell was only put £15,000 of his money in (last 2 purchases). The price he paid is utterly irrellevent. What matters is how much of his money he risks and it seems to be very little. He has very little "skin in the game" here owning just a paltry 0.52% of the total share issue. The fact that you choose to ignore this fundamental point does not help your credibility any.
RGM does have a large holding in RRR and usually rides on the waves of an RRR rise . Would be nice to see sale completion here to concrete RRR as an asset for RGM. Personally I think RGM will rise a lot lot higher than RRR in the long run.
MrMagic, I see your logic except it is a tad pessimistic, quite honestly I would say a 200% upside SP potential is possible that wouldn't take a lot of news to trigger it. Mr Bell obviously thinks so as he paid a lot more to recently purchase RRR shares. 2-3 years seems a long time but Aim's SP sometimes waits for nobody, also any rise in gold price should have a good effect.
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