Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stratmin Global LSE:STGR London Ordinary Share GB00B9276C59 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.125p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 0.0 -2.2 -1.6 - 1.99

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/2/2017
16:42
With the current favourable climate for gold stocks if this is un suspended it will rise A fair bit Just my opinion folks
escapetohome
20/2/2017
16:24
Can I ask you grumpster, why are you still here? I'm not intending to provoke you with the question, it just baffles me that you have followed it down to these levels and complained incessantly every step of the way. Why? Your complaints tell everyone how much you detest being invested with the company, yet you choose to stick with it. If you are invested here, it just doesn't make sense, and if you're not, then that doesn't make sense either, on the presumption that you are nothing more than a private investor.
harvey haddock
20/2/2017
08:55
The Lse view: Today 08:30 vidaloca Fresh Start. 1.125 No Opinion Get the Aussies on board, change the name, forget about the graphite and let's find some gold. Today 08:03 Piltick RE: stratmin 1.125 No Opinion If they are bringing someone of this calibre into the company then they must be very confident about the acquisition. "Someone of this calibre" has been on board since Brett arrived.(Just about). Shows how long they have been confident about the acquisition? "....forget about the graphite and let's find some gold." ....forget about the gold, let's work the small investors.... Got to love the AIM model.
thegrumpster
20/2/2017
08:34
Worth having a rummage round Companies House for some of the companies he is involved with. Https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/officers/bcMug6qDSFpDKcfFbBlvtqp4cy0/appointments Wasn't there a Scanlon involved with the RUM board and Range Resources? Supposedly a good mate of Landau. Pirated the RUM board as JR and presided over its decent into lunacy. First name might have been David though. Relatives? We can perhaps look forward to a similar class of ramping on here?
thegrumpster
20/2/2017
07:57
Http://www.investegate.co.uk/stratmin-global-res--stgr-/rns/directorate-change/201702200730022756X/ Red Rock Resources..... Knows the ropes. Been here since June 2015, just after Brett breezed in. Time to pop out of the woodwork.
thegrumpster
03/2/2017
14:28
The 2 page investor fact sheet on the Signature website still talks of things that are expected to take place in 2015, showing a certain lack of interest in keeping things updated. So my guess is they haven't exactly gone anywhere in the last couple of years. Http://www.signaturegold.com.au/IRM/Company/ShowPage.aspx?CategoryId=190&CPID=1042&EID=72412510&RID=339 Edit: From document properties " Title: PowerPoint Presentation Author: Brett Boynton Subject: - Keywords: - Creation Date: 10/11/2014, 00:11:37 Modification Date: 10/11/2014, 00:11:37 " So written about five months before he joined STGR in 2015, after failing to excite investors a second time? (Although gold was on its way back down at that time). Signature investors now have the "AIM placing game" to look forward to, instead of just waiting for Brett to pass the hat round for some more "endless drilling" financing. AIM investors would be the cash cow to keep Signature investors happy while they're waiting for a return on their investment which could normally be after a good few years drilling. SOLG looks like it's going to be the house rampers' comparison of choice, even though they had several years drilling with the share price stagnating or drifting down, before they had the current rise.
thegrumpster
03/2/2017
14:12
There's a link to a 132page prospectus on H0tcopper, from when Signature Gold (SGK) wanted to raise money to list on the ASX, in mid 2011(May 25th to Sept 14th). The offer was extended twice, so it could be be that there was insufficient interest for them to list at the time, when gold was rising and just about to reach its peak in September 2011, and maybe they wanted to cash in? (The original offer to raise $7m was to open on 26th May and close on 28th June, with the expected date of listing the 14 July 2011. It was extended to 28th July, then extended to 24th August 2011, with expected listing put back to 14 September 2011. "The Minimum Subscription to be raised pursuant to this Prospectus is $7,000,000. In accordance with section 723 of the Corporations Act, the Company will not issue Shares unless the Minimum Subscription is achieved." "The purpose of the Offer is to provide the Company with the requisite funding for a systematic exploration of the Tenements using the IRGS model over the two year period from the close of the Offer, to fund corporate overheads, fund the purchase of capital items, provide capital for other related costs over the next two years and to pay for the costs of this Offer. The issue of the Prospectus and the capital raised under the Offer will also enable the Company to apply to ASX for admission to the Official List and quotation of the Company’s Shares.") H otcopper.com.au/threads/ann-signature-gold-ltd-prospectus.1462522/?post_id=8453640#.WJSLZfIvuSd Might be worth downloading a copy to compare with the next (re-hashed?)effort, while it's there. It could show how far Signature have progressed or not in the nearly six years since then, and how it's likely to go in the future. If they did not raise the money, and with the later fall in gold price dampening enthusiasm, it seems reasonable to wonder how much they could have achieved since. "imbobtechstock Posts: 5,770 Premium Chat Member Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 1.125 RE: Good news Thu 16:49 I assume one reason why Signature would list is to give existing shareholders an exit - it's not always about milking the market for more and more funds (though of course they might well do that too)." If they haven't done so good it could be that some of them want to cash in or out in the first "good run". Possibly including Brett as he appears to be a significant shareholder in Signature? .....Now that we can see whose interests he was working in during his time at STGR. Nothing could be allowed to raise the share price even though they were shipping and sharing the table with Asbury Carbons. Wondered why they did not even try to make good use of that.
thegrumpster
02/2/2017
16:39
Hey picture frame Were you on the thread of a stock some years back. I think SYNC? A massive rise when it was listed and it fell spectacularly after. Your poster name seems familiar. If so I wonder if you remember Tradx666?
loverat
02/2/2017
15:00
Who could have expected our shares being suspended..... not?
knowsleyman1
02/2/2017
10:13
Could we argue that Brett with STGR, was acting more in the interests of Signature shareholders than STGR shareholders over the past couple of years? Certainly BSM with Marvin, got a good deal.
thegrumpster
02/2/2017
09:30
The stooges are off again with barely a pause. And we may have a replacement for "Jimbob" on LSE: "This is fantastic news, Signature's portfolio is very very exciting with multi million ounce gold potential in a safe jurisdiction. Share based acquisition, with the majority at 2p per share which is a massive premium to the current share price of 1-1.2p! Well done all those who kept the faith for the past few tough months." "......and this drop in share price has been beneficial in a way as the weak holders have been weeded out as such!" What can anyone say? The share price was over 5p when Brett started working his magic. If he'd increased our share price, signature backers would have got a lesser deal. A man with a plan. Eeeeehhaaaa?
thegrumpster
02/2/2017
09:23
Stratmin Global set to buy specialist Aussie gold explorer08:33 02 Feb 2017As has been widely reported, Stratmin has been mulling various opportunities across various industries over the last six months.Stratmin Global set to buy specialist Aussie gold explorerSignature is a specialist gold explorerStratMin Global Resources Plc (LON:STGR) is poised to buy specialist Australian gold explorer Signature Gold Ltd after signing a binding heads of agreement in a deal worth over £9.5mln.As has been widely reported, Stratmin has been mulling various opportunities across various industries over the last six months.Signature's portfolio was valued in December last year at A$21mln or around £12.75mln and consists of a development pipeline of at least half a dozen projects.It's focused on what's called large-scale intrusive related gold system assets in Queensland.Significantly, Signature also holds the option to acquire the Kasperske Hory gold project in the Czech Republic, which is currently owned by private firm Elbrus Resources Ltd.Elbrus is controlled by mining industry executive Gordon Toll, who founded ASX listed Fortescue Metals Group - the world's fourth largest iron ore producer.This high grade deposit, says Stratmin, has an established initial 1.5 million plus ounce JORC compliant resource with an average grade of 7.29g/t (grams per ton) of gold.Signature's portfolio also benefits from an Australian government tax scheme, which provides a cash rebate to the firm of 43.5% of all qualifying expenditure.Stratmin aims that Signature will become one of the world's lowest dollar-per-ounce of discovery cost gold exploration businesses.The terms of the deal consist of an option fee of US$250,000 payable on signing the heads of agreement. StratMin will issue shares to the value of up to GBP9.5 million to Signature shareholders in two tranches.The first will be £5.5 million at 2p a share. The second will a further £4 million in shares upon completion of a JORC 2012 compliant resource on Signature's lead project.Notably, Stratmin director and chief executive Brett Boynton is a director and significant shareholder in Signature, Stratmin pointed out.
comet5d
02/2/2017
09:12
Now we see why Brett was there in the first place. BSM wanted the graphite. He wanted the listing.
thegrumpster
02/2/2017
08:30
Signature Gold!
illuminati1
30/1/2017
15:00
And the new lows keep coming!!
knowsleyman1
26/1/2017
23:01
From Jimbob LSE. ".....Given naked shorting is still legal and does still go on it's actually worse than that. Covererd shorts limit the effective share capital at twice the authorised share capital (because every short has to be covered by a real share). But naked shorts put no upper limit on the effective share capital. They can kill *ANY* rise....." Any "naked" shorting was irrelevant when European Investment Management was steadily selling down for a long period the large holdings of a group of investors/insiders. As Jimbob was aware of, at the time. They didn't have to issue any holdings RNS supposedly as they were acting in concert (according to illuminati)so they may not have felt the need to declare any shorting to cover their losses by selling. That brought the price down so that any offer from BSM could be portrayed as being multiples of the share price. Otherwise BSM would have had to pay a lot more, and it would have instantly been seen as a total rip off, instead of revealing the plan gradually. Arminius has at least twice suggested that we may be involved with Brett's gold company. They tried to list on the ASX in 2011/12. The link to that prospectus is still on h0tcopper on the discussion board for his company. (Only four posts all to do with the proposed listing) So it may be that Brett couldn't get investors fired up about his company, he couldn't get investors fired up about STGR, but he ends up with a listing as a consolation prize for not trying too hard. BSM gets the graphite business and the offloaded Marvin, and Brett gets the listing he wanted. Sounds like a plan. If so, was there ever a plan "B" as Jimbob posted last autumn? And what about all these other high quality opportunities they were supposed to be considering as a replacement for the graphite business? Anyone else wonder what Brett was doing here in the first place? Two years, nearly......working for the glory?
thegrumpster
25/1/2017
12:41
tick tock suspension looming... not long now to produce a deal.
pictureframe
25/1/2017
12:11
And yet another all time low!! What wonderful management we have directing the company forward. How long will it be now before suspension?
knowsleyman1
24/1/2017
08:52
Bowleven.....Different scale, but what have our lot done to enhance shareholder value since they waltzed in the door? Bearing in mind that Brett has been running the show for nearly two years. (Since May 2015). The share price was over 5p when Brett appeared.
thegrumpster
24/1/2017
08:26
Not STGR news but this should happen more often on AIM: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/crown-ocean-capital/rns/requisition-for-general-meeting-of-bowleven-plc/201701240700139052U/
thegrumpster
19/1/2017
16:22
PF....Another year, what will the amazing management manage to steal from shareholders they have not already....is suspension inevitable, bit of action today..
beeezzz
19/1/2017
10:39
Not long until they have to suspend - better hurry up.
pictureframe
18/1/2017
16:50
September 2015 at 4-5p JimbobTechstock 2 Sep '15 - 14:55 - 5772 of 7984 2 0 What you have sight of the interims already, nice. Who did you have to charm to get those, and what are you shorting at? JimbobTechstock 2 Sep '15 - 14:58 - 5773 of 7984 4 0 And it will be almost a year till we have sight of the last couple of months so another nice deramper trick... "Just wait till the results are out" - yeah mate. Anyway what motivates you to knock this stock all the time? What entry are you trying to get or did you get fired by Stratmin for nicking staples from your job as Chief Stapler?
the stigologist
18/1/2017
16:49
What happened to DimBobTechStock?
the stigologist
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