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Red Rock Resources Share Chat (RRR)



Share Price: 0.725Bid: 0.70Ask: 0.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Red Rock
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zumore
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Hopefully a more positive post?
29 Apr '17
This is from HC poster MoiMoi about Tshipi. Hopefully in spite of in my opinion the huge hinderance of Bell hopefully some Tshipi good news can raise this price for the poor RRR shareholders. Here's MoiMoi's post:

"Tshipi exports for the March 2017 quarter totalled 546,497 tonnes (Q1 2016:178,198 tonnes)
representing a 206.7% increase from the corresponding quarter in 2016.

From Today's OMH Quarterly."
 
zumore
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RE: Looks like a sea of red today.
29 Apr '17
Lemonade, i wouldn't be able to top ludeck's 6 points. So no answer from me.
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Onto Mr Bell, last night on the RGM thread i highlighted some of his latest tweets and i find it amazing he did those tweets considering that he is the public face of two listed companies. If he was retired i would care little about those tweets but at present he is the public face of both RRR and RGM and both RRR and RGM shareholders should be annoyed by his tweets because i believe many of Bell's tweets offend people and if offended then obviously less chance of those people investing in RRR or RGM. In my opinion Mr Bell appeals to very few PI's.

It's sad but true but in my opinion he is an hinderance to this share price rising.
MrMagic
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RE: Looks like a sea of red today.
28 Apr '17
"what would you do as CEO in the current position??"

All that matters is what AB will do. imo it's just a matter of time before we see him set up a CLN with Yorkville here just as he has done with RGM.
booboobooboo
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RE: Looks like a sea of red today.
28 Apr '17
1) Sit on your hands

2) Collect summer windfalls

3) Let the SP quadruple
ludeck
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RE: Looks like a sea of red today.
28 Apr '17
1. Withdraw from all assets that are attracting any cost. If it was somehow possible to extract any value from these assets as part of this process, then do so...
2. Make all employees redundant
3. Log into the payroll software (having asked the username and password from his accountant *before* telling them they no longer have a job) and adjust his own salary to £0
4. Sit down with BR Media or whichever is AB's preferred online publicist. Make an impassioned and heart-felt apology for his abysmal record. Inform viewers of the completion of points 1 - 3 above, and the plan for points 5 and 6 below.
5. Take as long as is necessary to extract maximum value from all remaining assets. As income is received during this process, release this in full as a capital return to existing shareholders.
6. Once all assets have been disposed off, cease trading.
lemonade
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RE: Looks like a sea of red today.
28 Apr '17
what would you do as CEO in the current position??
Here's your big moment!!
zumore
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Looks like a sea of red today.
27 Apr '17
Mr Bell in my opinion is a woeful promoter.

If i understand correctly his strategy is to do nothing and hope that the RRR share price rises?
zumore
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I'm sorry my two posts below
25 Apr '17
have been posted in the wrong order.

But Bell did say in the investor show presentation that Jupiter are in the process of seeking a relisting. So it seems Merrill Lynch aren't advising Jupiter on their listing but on the possibility of Tshipi listing.
zumore
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Interesting Bene449 post from
25 Apr '17
the other day on HC:

"OM Holdings made an anouncement today regarding the funds they received from Tshipi. The anouncement suggests that the review by Merrill Lynch is of Tshipi Borwa Manganese Mine not Jupiter Mines itself. The extract from that is below. We may be given shares in Tshipi in exchange for our JMS shares.

Also the price of Manganese DMTU for May has increased from Aprils price.

Last paragraph of OMH anouncement says:
"Tshipi’s Board has resolved to consider strategic options to enhance shareholder value, including a potential listing of Tshipi in 2017. In March 2017, Tshipi appointed Bank of America Merrill Lynch to commence the investigation of strategic options for maximising shareholder value from its flagship Tshipi Borwa Manganese Mine."

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zumore
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From 14th March RRR rns:
25 Apr '17
"Jupiter mines Limited, are pleased to announce the launch of the process to investigate strategic options to realise shareholder value from their flagship Tshipi manganese mine. As stated in the Jupiter announcement of 23 January 2017, THIS MAY RESULT IN LISTING IN 2017. Bank of America Merrill Lynch have been appointed as advisors to progress these options"
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I'm sure most (including me) didn't think that above extract meant the potential listing of Tshipi




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