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Regency Mines ” The Wolf Of Horse Hill ”

28 Feb 2016 | by: James Moore

Doc caught up with Andrew Bell of Regency mines to discuss the companies latest investment, the interview presents thought provoking content that asks:

  • Is there a placement Monday
  • What caused Regency to buy back in
  • Was David Lenigas over egging the pudding
  • What sort of flows can one expect from most recent tests
  • Does HH meet expectations and is it valid to expect more of the same

Clearly Regency Mines has become a hot topic of discussion throughout the junior markets, in the wake of the majority of the Horse Hill participants issuing equity can investors at regency expect the same or more of the same.


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