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Alba Mineral Resources LSE:ALBA London Ordinary Share GB00B06KBB18 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.235p 0.22p 0.25p 0.235p 0.235p 0.235p 18,037,195 07:43:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -0.3 -0.0 - 3.20

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26/9/2016
09:20
Alba Mineral Resources Daily Update: Alba Mineral Resources is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALBA. The last closing price for Alba Mineral Resources was 0.24p.
Alba Mineral Resources has a 4 week average price of 0.25p and a 12 week average price of 0.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.16p.
There are currently 1,360,578,093 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 61,845,433 shares. The market capitalisation of Alba Mineral Resources is £3,197,358.52.
05/9/2016
22:02
moneymunch: Zak Mir 20th August 2016 Alba Mineral Resources (ALBA): Bull Flag Could Lead to 0.47p It may be the case as far as Alba is concerned that it is second time lucky in terms of the chance of this company seeing a sustained share price recovery. This is because in April we did see a decent attempt at breaking higher, with a credible looking consolidation after a gap through the 50 day moving average, then towards 0.37p. However, rather unusually, this ended in failure with a new leg to the downside. The difference between that time and the present bull attempt is that the 50 day line has been cleared even on intraday price action, which suggests that while there is no end of day close back below the 50 day line / March rising trend channel at 0.19p we are on our way to a top of channel target as high as 0.47p. The time frame on the upside scenario is regarded as being as soon as the end of September. hTtps://masterinvestor.co.uk/trading/zaks-weekend-charts-round-2/
11/4/2016
09:41
loobrush: from lse ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP SHOULD BE UP TO 4 TIMES HIGHER. With news on the value of Horse Hill due very soon, time to highlight again how MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA's share price is compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,043,907,000 shares @ 1.95 p per share is valued at £39.58 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.36 p per share is valued at £4.62 million UKOG has 30 % of Horse Hill ALBA has 15 % of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £39.58 million divided by 2. That is £ 19.79 million Which which means ALBA's share price should be 1.53p. That is 4.25 TIMES the current 0 .36 p share price of ALBA. If UKOG's share price increases, the corresponding ALBA's share price should be as follows. UKOG ALBA 2.5 p 1.98 p 2.75 p 2.18 p 3.0 p 2.38 p 4.0 p 3.17 p This illustrates how cheap ALBA's share price is.
01/3/2016
09:41
loobrush: lse post ALBA SHARE PRICE IS TOO CHEAP UKOG up 13% ALBA up 9% ???? With excellent latest news on flow rates time to highlight again MASSIVELY UNDERVALUED ALBA share price of compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. This is illustrated as follows :- UKOG with 2,030,284,000 shares @ 2.87 p per share is valued at £58.26 million ALBA with 1,286,789,000 shares @ 0.45 p per share is valued at £5.9 million UKOG has 19.5% of Horse Hill ALBA has 9.5% of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect the ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £29.13 million. A £29.13 million ALBA's share price should be 2.2 p That is 4.9 TIMES the current .045 p share price of ALBA. Buy Alba it's still too cheap and this will not last for long.
24/2/2016
06:20
h2owater: hxxp://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/alba-mineral-resources-plc-4525-potential-upside-indicated-by-dowgate-capital/412685774 Alba Mineral Resources plc 4525% Potential Upside Indicated by Dowgate Capital Posted by: Ruth Bannister 1st December 2015 Alba Mineral Resources plc using EPIC/TICKER code LON:ALBA had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ today by analysts at Dowgate Capital. Alba Mineral Resources plc are listed in the Basic Materials sector within AIM. Dowgate Capital have set their target price at 11.1 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 4525% from the opening price of 0.24 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 0.02 points and decreased 0.195 points respectively. Alba Mineral Resources plc LON:ALBA has a 50 day moving average of .32 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at GBX. The 52 week high for the stock is 1.15 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 0.2 GBX. There are currently 1,402,593,721 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 24,550,182. Market capitalisation for LON:ALBA is £3,225,966 GBP. Alba Mineral Resources plc (Alba) is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company is engaged in the exploration for natural resources. The Company also provides support to the subsidiary companies, which hold or have applied for exclusive rights to explore a portfolio of mineral exploration properties.
23/2/2016
14:04
h2owater: From LSE: MoVo Posts: 1 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 2.825 Author coldascheese on LSEToday 13:42From lse UNDERVALUED BY 4 TIMES The share price of ALBA at the moment is STILL massively undervalued compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. I would illustrate this as follows. UKOG with 2,030,284,000 shares @ 2.70 p per share is valued at £55.3 million ALBA with 1,155,539,000 shares @ 0.45 p per share is valued at £5.1 million UKOG has 19.5% of Horse Hill ALBA has 9.5% of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect the ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £22.5 million. That is 4.4 TIMES the current share price of 0.45 p WHICH IS 1.98 p Buy Alba it's too cheap and this will not last for long. posted earlier today
23/2/2016
11:33
loobrush: From lse UNDERVALUED BY 4 TIMES The share price of ALBA at the moment is STILL massively undervalued compared with that of UKOG as the share prices of both increase purely on the potential of Horse Hill. I would illustrate this as follows. UKOG with 2,030,284,000 shares @ 2.70 p per share is valued at £55.3 million ALBA with 1,155,539,000 shares @ 0.45 p per share is valued at £5.1 million UKOG has 19.5% of Horse Hill ALBA has 9.5% of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect the ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £22.5 million. That is 4.4 TIMES the current share price of 0.45 p WHICH IS 1.98 p Buy Alba it's too cheap and this will not last for long.
17/2/2016
13:59
loobrush: ALBA a much better bet The share price of ALBA at the moment is massively undervalued compared with that of UKOG. I would illustrate this as follows. UKOG @ 2.12p per share is valued at £43 million ALBA @ 0.40p per share is valued at £4.62 million UKOG has 19.5% of Horse Hill ALBA has 9.5% of Horse hill So ALBA has half of what UKOG has. Therefore one would expect the ALBA to be valued at half what UKOG is, which is £21.5 million. That is 4.65 x the current share price of 0.4 p WHICH IS 1.86p Have investors not seen this?
01/1/2016
19:40
temmujin: 0 glovers RE: alba 0.245 Strong Buy One of the reason I bought in here yesterday. Being sitting on the fence for ages. Not going to miss the boat. Now I have two beauties this one and UKOG. Happy New Year all. Today 08:36 mannnan alba 0.245 No Opinion Alba Mineral Resources plc using EPIC/TICKER code LON:ALBA had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ today by analysts at Dowgate Capital. Alba Mineral Resources plc are listed in the Basic Materials sector within AIM. Dowgate Capital have set their target price at 11.1 GBX on its stock. This now indicates the analyst believes there is a possible upside of 4525% from the opening price of 0.24 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has decreased 0.02 points and decreased 0.195 points respectively. Alba Mineral Resources plc LON:ALBA has a 50 day moving average of .32 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at GBX. The 52 week high for the stock is 1.15 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 0.2 GBX. There are currently 1,402,593,721 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 24,550,182. Market capitalisation for LON:ALBA is £3,225,966 GBP. Today 08:35 mannnan alba 0.245 No Opinion Alba Mineral Resources plc 4525% Potential Upside Indicated by Dowgate Capital
17/11/2015
11:20
bidmsa: http://www.shareprophets.com/views/16582/alba-minerals-is-worth-a-horse-hill-punt Alba Minerals is worth a Horse Hill Punt By Gary Newman | Tuesday 17 November 2015 I have been, and continue to be, negative on the ‘Gatwick gusher’, otherwise known as the Horse Hill licence area. I just find it very hard to take any of the figures seriously when the companies involved talk about circa 11 billion barrels of oil in place (as per the most recent Schlumberger report), especially when viewed in the context of what they are ever likely to extract, or the sort of flows that you’d expect from shallow, tight limestones and shales. A lot will now depend on the flow testing which was planned for the latter part of this year, but which is currently awaiting approval from the Environment Agency before it can go ahead. From a fundamental, long-term point of view I’m not sure that I’d consider putting money into any of the companies involved in Horse Hill at the moment. But to also take that stance shorter term could mean missing out on some good rises as interest returns, especially as it is onshore in the UK, and that is likely to be accompanied by the media circus that we saw last time around. If I was going to stick some money into any of the Horse Hill companies for a quick profit off of the back of that excitement, my current choice would be Alba Minerals (ALBA). This company has a direct interest in Horse Hill Developments Limited of 15%, yet is only trading at a market cap of around £2.5 million, with a share price of 0.23p. As compared to UK Oil and Gas, which holds 30% of HHDL yet is currently valued at over £18 million. Both companies do also have other assets, but nothing that really accounts for such a big discrepancy, and this makes Alba look comparatively cheap. Alba recently surprised the market when it raised £385,000 at 0.25p, only to then raise a further £160,000 at the same price just ten days later, and it is now possible to buy at a discount to that placing price. Of that money, £225,000 was used to complete the acquisition of a further 5% stake in HHDL from Angus Energy, for a total consideration of £365,000, plus the option to farm into 5% of the producing Brockham licence, PEDL235, in return for paying 10% of the cost of the next well. Recent accounts showed that Alba is still burning through £230,000 or so every six months to keep the company going, so as long as EA approval for this flow test comes fairly soon I can’t see a problem financially. This is purely a play on sentiment surrounding the Horse Hill flow test, and other than that I wouldn’t be suggesting that anyone touches Alba, except that it looks cheap when compared to the other companies involved in this test. I can’t see it going much lower than the current share price, but it is definitely one just to treat as a punt, and don’t get too greedy if there is suddenly a good upwards movement – take a decent profit if you get a chance to. Unless some fairly spectacular and unexpected flow results come from the testing, I don’t really see this as a long-term investment as it is one of those that keeps needing to raise money regularly to keep the lights on.
19/7/2014
09:50
liquid millionaire: SMALL CAP MOVERS: Expanding syndicate of AIM firms gear up to Horse Hill oil project By JAMIE ASHCROFT, PROACTIVE INVESTORS PUBLISHED: 15:38 GMT, 18 July 2014 | UPDATED: 15:48 GMT, 18 July 2014 2 View comments An ever expanding syndicate of small cap firms are gearing up for what could prove to be a very significant conventional British oil project. Serial AIM company executive David Lenigas is at the centre of the Horse Hill project's somewhat unlikely grouping of investors, which includes a would-be Welsh gold miner. Rising over 200 per cent and 33 per cent respectively, the two latest additions to the syndicate Alba Resources and Regency Mines, both of which naturally mining companies in terms of expertise and assets, were among the top small cap performers this week. Oil venture: Alba Resources and Regency Mines are the two latest additions to the syndicate +1 Oil venture: Alba Resources and Regency Mines are the two latest additions to the syndicate UK Oil & Gas, Solo Oil, Stellar Resources and Doriemus are the other small cap firms staked in the venture. The imminent Horse Hill well is the reason a group of mining execs have been drawn out of their comfort zone to (hopefully) get oil on their boots. More... SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: New management and a fresh approach will see Range Resources focus on doubling production Share dealing: £12.50 flat fee with cheap dividend reinvestment and no annual charge Optimistic experts privately describe the prospect in superlatives - one analyst apparently even claimed it was the best prospect he'd seen his entire professional career. More broadly it was a steady week for small caps, even if the plane crash in Ukraine and the speculated repercussions have tempered risk appetite Friday. Standing at 3,277, the FTSE AIM 100 was only lower than last week. TyraTech was one of the week's top stocks as it detailed plans for a £3.5million funding and UK launch of head lice treatment Vamousse in Superdrug and Boots. It comes after a successful US roll-out, which has seen products go into 4,000 Walmart stores as well as being sold online via Amazon. Chief executive Bruno Jactel described the UK partnerships as a 'significant strategic step' that further validates TyraTech's propriety range of natural insecticide products. AFC Energy, a fuel cell specialist part-owned by Russia billionaire Roman Abramovich, was another to seal value-adding commercial tie ups this week, though it were in South Korea. A landmark deal with Korean fuel cell company Daniel Inc for a one megawatt (Mw) system with an option for a separate 3Mw project, could see revenues of up to $15million. Earlier in the week, AFC signed an agreement with chemical firm Chang Shin to use its excess hydrogen to produce up to 5Mw of electricity. Two acquisitions in two days in Trinidad have underlined the growing level of interest and potential for oil and gas companies on and round the Caribbean island. Like many maturing hydrocarbon postcodes, such as the North Sea or Nigeria, the typical emphasis is on marginal discoveries or re-generation. Trinity has acquired four discoveries from Centrica, while Leni Gas & Oil has enjoyed success with a drilling programme onshore. Paying $23million, Trinity is adding 268billion cubic feet of gas reserves in fully-appraised discoveries where first production is targeted for 2017 to 2018. Leni's Gas & Oil, which has enjoyed a near four-fold rise in its share price year to date, announced the acquisition of the 65million barrel Trinity-Inniss field and a supporting £7million funding. Gold firm Anglo Asian Mining was a notable riser as it predicted a much stronger second half after sorting out issues that had hit output at its main gold mine in Azerbaijan. Second quarter gold production rose 39 per cent on the first three months of the year to 15,736oz, while copper output rose 62 per cent to 228 tonnes. Half year gold production totalled 27,054oz, whilst silver and copper totalled 21,924oz and 369 tonnes. Anglo Asian added it is on course to meet its previous production forecast of between 62,000oz and 67,000oz gold for the full year, though the copper target has now been raised to 750 tonnes. YOLO Leisure and Technology is a curious name for a company reborn – given the acronym typically stands for 'You Only Live Once' – nevertheless the shell, formerly security products firm Pentagon Protection, has rejoined AIM with a new investment policy. The rebranded stock didn't receive a warm welcome, however, and was down over 40 per cent on Friday. Other big fallers included carpet maker Victoria Plc and Mercom Oil Sands, which shed 55 per cent and 38 per cent respectively in the past week. Read more: Regency Mines PLC Share Price | This is Money Solo Oil PLC Share Price | This is Money Doriemus Plc Ord 0.001p Share Price | This is Money TyraTech Inc Share Price | This is Money AFC Energy PLC Share Price | This is Money Anglo Asian Mining PLC Share Price | This is Money Yolo Leisure And Technology Plc Ord 1p Share Price | This is Money Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-2697514/SMALL-CAP-MOVERS-Expanding-syndicate-AIM-firms-gear-Horse-Hill-oil-project.html#ixzz37u0shBXc Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
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