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Resources analyst Charlie Long sees good times ahead for uranium


Red Rock Resources Share Chat (RRR)



Share Price: 0.875Bid: 0.85Ask: 0.90Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Red Rock
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 5.88%Open: 0.775High: 0.875Low: 0.775Yesterday’s Close: 0.875


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matlot
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 20:19
otago 'It would be surprising for a ceo on aim not to have authority to issue shares.' haha good deflect - but not good enough - everyone knows when ab gets the authority history shows he always uses it - notice you ignored the rest of the post
mtr - haha sold that when stlll comfortably over 3p - in my history - i know mtr very well and the warrants :-)

enjoy the red though
 
dougal66
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 20:10
(Also thinking out loud)
The primary function of AIM is to provide finance and serve the BoD, institutional investors and key stakeholders
PIs are at the very very bottom of the food chain
Bell and Scottie has used that to full advantage. I note Scottie is ex Yorkville - I am sure Yorkville/YAGM is known to many AIM 'investors'. I use the term 'investors' in the most widest definition. Gamblers would be more appropriate- perhaps AIM should make that clear
Otago
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 19:51
(Also thinking out loud), unless you are short, presumably everyone is happy with a rising sp. Anyway, time for a glass of red.
dougal66
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 19:29
''I also hold MTR.''

Otago

I suppose (just thinking out loud) the higher the RRR sp the better it is for MTR given the MTR warrant price is already fixed. Like I said, some are already in the money
Otago
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 19:22
I also hold MTR.
dougal66
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 19:16
Otago

Good grief man

MTR already has warrants in the money. This 'rise' has been orchestrated to offload those.
Otago
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 19:12
It would be surprising for a ceo on aim not to have authority to issue shares. What would be the point of aim after all if not to raise capital? I anticipate MTR will hold mr bell's feet to the fire assuming this liquidity event takes place given their significant holding.
matlot
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 18:28
otago 'Fortunately for me I have avoided the history of dilution'

no you have not - 500 million shares are approved ready to land on the market when ab gives the nod - and of course all of those warrants ready to convert.................................... this is now and current not years ago
matlot
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 18:25
otago - because of the wildly fluctuating manganese price and the general global uncertainty no one in my opinion will pay top dollar for tshipi - prepare for low ball offers because of this massive red flag and risk also the investment needed - whatever our 1.2% it is already diluted before we even know the value of jupiter because of the approved dilution of 500M shares ready to go and the rest of the warrants ready to be converted - then take out our liabilities and other costs and it isnt looking so rosy................... but without jupiter i reckon we would be finished - our only real asset but with only 1.2% only so much it can do
Otago
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RE: Value the mkt article
Sat 14:15
Mr magic you guess incorrectly. There are plenty of examples of companies on aim trading below cash value and so I do not think the MC would reflect all of the proceeds from tshipi. However I do believe there would be an uplift from current levels in the MC. Fortunately for me I have avoided the history of dilution by not being invested in this share. As ever I think the timing is key and I genuinely feel for investors who have been burnt here.




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