Enjoy an audience with Gervais Williams (Plus AAOG and Red Rock) on February 25 - book a free seat now
For 18 years Gervais Williams of Miton has been one of the UK's top small cap fund managers delivering an annualised return of 8.7% over that period, almost 2 points per annum better than the market. Miton (MGR) is itself listed and has been a good share to own. So what is the secret of Williams' success and what small cap shares is he buying or selling right now?
Red Rock Resources (RRR) has noted an update from Jupiter Mines which includes “the board of Tshipi é Ntle Manganese Mining (Pty) Ltd has resolved to distribute a R1.1 billion H2 2019 dividend to its shareholders”...
Red Rock Resources (RRR) has updated having concluded the first phase of work on the Musonoi licence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, noting “the derivation of a 3-D model that appears to support some of the assumptions on which we invested is an important staging post on our journey”…
Red Rock Resources (RRR) has updated us on progress on its African operations.
This session was chaired by our own Chris Bailey and featured Andrew Bell of Red Rock (RRR), Rob Scott of Anglo African Agriculture (AAAP - where we own shares - Ahmet Dik of Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) and Colin Bird of numerous companies, including Jubilee Metals (JLP) tipped by Andrew Monk this morning.
He is my friend but, I am aware, not universally appreciated. A marmite figure. Welcome to Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR)
At UK Investor Show there were six Dragon's Den sessions. As a result of each £3,000 of my real money was invested after each dragon picked one of the 5 companies doing an elevator pitch. In session three the Dragons were me (Tom Winnifrith), Nigel Wray and Steve Moore. The companies pitching were: Vast Resources, ECR Minerals, FairFX, Red Rock Resources and Ferrum Minerals.
Tin hat on! Defending my friend Andrew Bell is always a way to get the modern equivalent of hate letters in green ink. But here goes anyway, proof that the guy can do smart deals and that those who say everything he does turns to dust are talking rubbish. Let's just look at some facts.
The other day Red Rock Resources (RRR) announced a deal to fund the Steelmin smelter in Bosnia which involved some alternative financing from Yorkville. At once the critics of boss Andrew Bell - of whom there are more than a few - screamed "death spiral, dilution, the man hads gone mad." A few critics disagreed, arguing that Bell had always been mad. But perhaps before leaping to conclusions it is worth looking atnthe actual structure of the deal?
In this video from the storming success that was the 2017 UK Investor Show, Andrew Bell, CEO of Red Rock Resources (RRR), is at the podium. And make sure that you keep April 21 2018 free for next year's UK Investor Show.
Red Rock Resources (RRR) has seen its shares slide back to 0.5-0.55p ( we tipped this at a 0.5p offer in November and the shares were 0.7p+) after admittedly disappointing news from Shoats Creek, its US oil asset. But the market has over-reacted big time.
Red Rock Resources (RRR) has announced that it has sold 1,350,000 shares in AIM listed Goldstone Resources (GRL) for net proceeds of £15,625. Following these disposals, Red Rock's holding in Goldstone consists of 8,113,986 shares or 7.93% of Goldstone's issued share capital.
We tipped Red Rock (RRR) just a week or so ago at a 0.50p offer. it is now 0.7p bid so the gain is 40% so far. Results for the year to June 30th were out on Friday and start with a comment from marmite Andrew Bell:
Following interim results in March noting an “objective of moving towards cash breakeven and then cash generation within this year”, Red Rock Resources (RRR) has today updated on cash inflows and I’ve spoken with the company...
The first video to emerge from UK INvestor Show 2016 is of a presentation by Scott Kaintz of Red Rock Resources (RRR). Enjoy.
And now the man that some readers want me to dedicate my life to attacking. It is not going to happen folks. Here is Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR) presenting at Gold & Bears.
When I last wrote about Red Rock Resources (RRR) three months ago I said it looked like a “binary gamble”. So far the gamble has not paid off. Red Rock’s share price fell from 0.03p to 0.02p. However, the last two announcements from the company look surprisingly positive. In this morning’s trade, I’ve watched Red Rock’s Offer move from 0.025p to 0.03p on higher than average volume. Given that we are less than halfway through the session, this suggests that some in the market are starting to pay attention.
If you want me to analyse a stock for you just drop me a line at [email protected] - Today I look at the Dax and shares in Red Rock Resources (RRR) and Star Striker (ASX:SRT) together with some share price targets.
As a former online poker player, I learned two things from that excruciatingly dull game. First, life is too short. Second, how important it is to play the averages. I’ve probably gained the most from the first lesson, but the second has proven to be surprisingly valuable on a daily basis. It taught me that consistent success often requires making counter-intuitive calls based purely on the long-term mathematical probability of success of repeating the same decision. This technique can often be applied to trading AIM stocks and at current levels Red Rock Resources (RRR) might present just such a set up.
Amog the speakers at Zak Mir's event at Free Speech & Liberty Pizza last night (13 July 2015) was Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR). His conversation with the Sith Lord was recorded on video and can be seen below. To ensure you get priority free booking for Zak's future events register HERE
We’ve received a lot of reader comments over the last week about Red Rock Resources (RRR) and our “refusal” to tackle Andrew Bell. For the most part, the accusations we (and Bell) have faced are nonsense. Red Rock has lost 99% of its value, but as Tom amusingly pointed out in his BearCast this morning that actually puts Red Rock in the top 30% of performers in the history of AIM! This won’t be much comfort to most holders of Red Rock and there are legitimate questions to ask Bell. Unlike the majority of executive directors in a similar position Bell has not shrunk into the shadows. Instead he has chosen to face publicly his critics. On Monday he will be appearing in person at Zak’s Trader’s Café, at the Free Speech and Liberty Pizza House, and today he’s just given me an interview.
Hello Share Bunnies. I don’t often comment on small mining companies. I’m far too likely to get grumpy about these adventurers. They have over the years lost me a lot of money. Even if one of them, Red Rock Resources (RRR) is on my radar for improvement at the moment, having lost me thousands in the past. But there has been some good news about another of my failures Sunrise Resources (SRES).
Having been the star of the explosive Horse Hill or Horse Shit forum at UK Investor Show (see HERE), Andrew Bell also presented on behalf of Red Rock Resources (RRR) as you can see in the video below.
Along with David Lenigas, Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR) is one of the true marmite characters of AIM. In a sector that has been a nightmare for three years Red Rock has survived but is he delivering for shareholders? And can he deliver more? Watch this video from UK Investor Show and decide for yourself.
Direct from the Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre a video featuring a UK Investor Show 2014 presentation by Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR)
Red Rock Resources (RRR) is the type of company it is difficult not to have a soft spot for on both a technical and a fundamental perspective.
The main problem at Red Rock Resources (RRR) in the recent past is the way that we have been flipped from regarding the stock as a high octane bullish recovery situation, to one where the prospect of a return to the old malaise of an extended bear market seems to be back on the cards. So which is it?
Shares in Red Rock Resources (RRR) now trade at 0.39p but are worth 2.77p-4.24p according to a detailed note published today by Edison updating investors on the sale of Red Rock’s Greenland assets. Edison writes:
To be perfectly honest until this week it seemed more likely that high profile Sasanach Nigel Farage would be given the freedom of the city of Edinburgh, than either Red Rock (RRR) or Regency Mines (RGM) a buy recommendation on a technical basis.
Tom Winnifrith interviews Andrew Bell of Red Rock Resources (RRR)
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