Verditek fesses up that there’s been an Italian job but what is the near insolvent company not admitting to?
Just how much do greedy fat cats Julie & Ali at Sosandar need to be motivated? £50,000 becomes £2m as punters get screwed
Regency Mines (RGM) updated the market on its “Flexible grid solutions” project at Southport yesterday, with confirmation a G99 application had been made to the local electrical network operator. Whoppy do…but so what? This is just RNS rollocks for the sake of it in my view.
I am sure that some folks wnated to attend this one to pelt my friend Andrew Bell with rotten fruit. They would be pelting wrongly IMHO but that is another matter. Andrew was in plenty of panels but in this Regency Mines (RGM) session it was Scott in charge.
Want to get the best sell ideas on AIM? Just ask Zak Mir for his hot buy ideas and the Sith Lord kiss of death will not take long to play out. The world's worst chartist will be serving up more duff calls next Wednesday evening at NEX Exchange in Broadgate. There is more.
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Andrew Bell of Regency Mines is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
Where were all the folks who threatened to heckle Andrew Bell? All mouth no trousers or whatever the phrase is. This is his presentation on behalf of Regency Mines (RGM) from the UK's leading investor event.
Earlier today I accused the Horse Shite companies led by UK Oil & Gas (UKOG) , run by proven liar Steve Sanderson, of ramping the "Gatwick Gusher" with misleading statements. Mr Andrew Bell of Regency Mines (RGM) denies this and has posted a few words in our comments section. I disagree with Mr Bell's spin but in the interests of balance here is Andrew talking his own book, oops I meant offering a considered response.
Today's final video from Gold & Bears is of a presentation by my friend Andrew Bell for Regecy Mines (RGM). Enjoy.
This might be the last video from UK Investor Show 2015 and it is Andrew Bell of Regency Mines (RGM) in action.
It has amazed me how writing for ShareProphets attracts the unwanted attentions of crazies. As soon as you write anything that is perceived as being vaguely negative about a treasured stock, the nutters come crawling out of the woodwork to launch tirades of social media abuse. I won’t name the chief cheerleader for Regency Mines (RGM), but this person took exception to my comment at the end of July that it was “surely only a matter of time” before Regency placed. Tweet followed email followed Tweet about what utter rot (not the word used by my avid fan) I was talking, how I didn’t know anything about the company and there was no way it would place. Well, after today’s announcement, Regency has placed twice in the last seven weeks. What a shock. Perhaps some readers of ShareProphets would do well to spend a little less time frantically bashing keyboards and a little more time reading Tom and mine’s latest book “The 49 Golden Rules of Making Money from Oil, Gas & Mining Stocks”.
Andrew Bell of Regency Mines (RGM) is clearly a bit of an AIM Marmite figue. Are his critics right? Since this video Regency has got itself involved in Horse Hill where we might just see spudding next week. Anyhow listen to Bell speaking at the UK Investor Show and judge for yourself
Yesterday afternoon, Regency Mines announced a £350,000 placement at 0.22p per share. Quite coincidentally I am sure, Regency’s share price had fallen steeply in the run up to this announcement...
AIM-quoted Regency Mines (RGM) is on the lookout for opportunities in oil and gas to add to a diverse clutch of interests, ranging from phosphate to nickel and from the horn of Africa to south-east Asia. So says Andrew Bell, chairman and chief executive officer of the company, which hopes its phosphate interests in Sudan and nickel projects in Papua New Guinea will thrive from present market trends, in contrast to a more general sagging of commodity prices.
Direct from the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre a video featuring a UK Investor Show 2014 presentation by Andrew Bell of Regency Mines (RGM)
Regency Mines (RGM) has not made the bulls happy over the past two years.
A new presentation by Regency Mines
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