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Condor Gld Share Chat (CNR)



Share Price: 39.25Bid: 38.50Ask: 40.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Condor Gld
Spread: 1.50Spread as %: 3.90%Open: 39.25High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 39.25


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ElectricLion
Posts: 28
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Price:45.50
RE: Placing
29 Mar '18
(1 of 3) I think the logic is that if the company thinks the permits are coming within weeks, and that they will cause the share price to increase significantly, then they could done a placing at higher levels and diluted less for the same amount of funds raised. Given that they haven't done that, either the company thinks the permits aren't coming any time soon, or that they don't think the share price will react, at least not instantly.
 
Re974
Posts: 38
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Price:45.50
RE: Placing
29 Mar '18
Hi all. Does anyone have any thoughts my question on the timing of the placing? I can’t see a clear benefit of having raised the funds before or after any decision on permits. Raising the money now before a potential price rise still means the existing shareholders who are putting up the monon the get stock at these levels. So in what way would raising the money at a higher price be better because I don’t think the dilution would be massive in this scenario. interested to know if anyone disagrees. Thanks
Wondergoals
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RE: Lol
28 Mar '18
ah very clever slim, you're a bright lad
Re974
Posts: 38
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Price:45.50
RE: Placing
27 Mar '18
That should say that dilution would NOT be significant, sorry. Given only 9% of mkt cap raised
Re974
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Placing
27 Mar '18
Hi guys. I’m new here. I have a question for the couple of ppl who have commented that the placing bodes -ve because the placing could have been done at a higher price soon if permits granted soon and less dilution. Whilst I get this, I’m not sure how big the dilution is because by my calca it would be significant based on the amount raised, assuming SP 50% higher. Also lots of existing shareholders would have participated at lower levels anyway. So I’m wondering whether this does indicate anything on likliehood of permits soon or not. Perhaps I’m missing something and wonder if you could explain your logic.
Slimshady69
Posts: 259
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Price:45.50
Lol
27 Mar '18
When yr next cycle dew
Wondergoals
Posts: 2,510
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RE: Boring
27 Mar '18
move on then. find something better to do with your time
Slimshady69
Posts: 259
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Price:45.50
Boring
27 Mar '18
Next
rt49
Posts: 96
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Re are darn
26 Mar '18
You poeple helping me to top up 42000 share
BigDog
Posts: 532
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:45.50
RE: Darn
26 Mar '18
I say let's move on...




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