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Stratmin Global LSE:STGR London Ordinary Share GB00B9276C59 ORD 0.01P
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  +0.125p +9.09% 1.50p 1.25p 1.75p 1.625p 1.375p 1.375p 1,652,500.00 15:29:41
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07/12/2016
08:20
Stratmin Global Daily Update: Stratmin Global is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STGR. The last closing price for Stratmin Global was 1.38p.
Stratmin Global has a 4 week average price of 1.47p and a 12 week average price of 1.55p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.63p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.13p.
There are currently 176,929,413 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,078,477 shares. The market capitalisation of Stratmin Global is £2,653,941.20.
04/8/2016
20:25
thegrumpster: illuminati: BSM is "....currently suspended as they need to amend their prospectus ..." How long have they had to work on it? Doesn't sound very competent does it? A straightforward task. Bodes well for the future "relationship" "Stratmin sold the Lohorano mine for a total A$16m ~£9m (cash, shares, royalties) to Bass and will continue to be a major shareholder." They have not sold it for that. That is what they are hoping that investors will believe they will get.....UP TO $16m. And as has already been pointed out royalties will likely amount to £100K-£200K per year and will take decades to amount to the $5m cap. Considering only the first lot of shares. would you really say that is a major shareholding in BSM? The next lot is supposedly likely to arrive in 12-18 months, according to information from our BOD fed through posters on Lse (Jimbo?) Given BSM management's ongoing lack of ability, seemingly to do even the most basic of tasks.....meeting agreements with us, preparing a prospectus, what realistically are the odds that we will get very much more than the first lot of shares from them....in any meaningful time frame? Where is the money coming from to invest with Tirupati? Seeing that we will only end up with about £300k cash after we've gifted our debt free, working mine with customers to BSM. We even have to cough up for "our" directors salaries who have bent over backwards to make sure ever BSM failure is rewarded, to the detriment of the STGR share price which they could easily have made a small attempt to bolster as things were supposedly coming together last summer. Curious to know if the £300k, loose change that BSM is graciously leaving us with, and that we hope to soon have, even covers what "our" directors consider they have "earned" in the last year.
07/7/2016
19:46
thegrumpster: "Ok simple question - has Bass had the money from Lion?" Too complicated for Messrs Cut and Paste. "2.5 million buy gone through" is probably the limit of what they're allowed to post on their own initiative. $300k rings a bell from some RNS or other. That could be it.... Maybe. Obviously BSM insiders want to have a placing at as low a price as possible to get as big a chunk of the company as possible for their money, and squeezing out existing holders as far as possible. Anything that might boost the share price pre-raising is a no no. IMO. Saving such "good news" till later would help the following pump....along with other good news like the official unveiling of our/their "secret customer" (Asbury) That strategy was IMO used to ensure that nothing supported the STGR share price from the time of the initial STGR involvement with the director's other little project with BSM. (For example up to date details of STGR production we have to read in Bass news releases). That way of doing things IMO will also ensure that the good old boys can fill their boots with STGR shares at the absolute rock bottom, when eventually it is announced that we have to raise money, while we are waiting for BSM to sort themselves out. The eventual good news that money/shares have arrived from Lion will also be a boost for STGR, as it might suggest that something more may be heading our way. At the moment we have a £3m Mcap....holding perhaps as we still have the asset. It looks like at some stage, having given away the asset, we will be a shell company with £300k, and some shares and promises from the proven to be unreliable love child on the ASX. Plus an association with Tirupati that will require us paying our way. What will we be worth at that point, however momentarily? Will our directors do anything to support the share price? Or will they continue in the same way?
30/6/2016
18:16
thegrumpster: Annual Report "By partnering with Bass we were able to raise capital at a premium to the share price ........" Had to bring the share price well down first to be able to say that, partly by keeping shareholder in the dark and having a major shareholder(European Investment Management) and Winterfloods offload a large part of their holding . (Several investors according to illuminati....hence no holdings RNS) Jimbob on Lse is trying to accuse derampers not getting behind the company when he knows full well this large holder selling, has been conveniently going on. Perhaps if they'd believed in their own investment and held, Brett's mates would have had to really pay a premium for their shares. But that would have been acting in the interests of STGR holders. Couldn't have that could we? Wonder if that seller will buy back their shares in STGR or BSM in a future placing....or perhaps has already bought them back? But then Bass did not fulfill their agreement, they only came up with a bit of the money, leaving STGR in the lurch and virtually guaranteeing the share price came down some more. It does sound a lot better when they spin it a bit. Wonder if the same experts in spin, also write illuminati's script? His "horse's mouth" he has sometimes referred to.
03/4/2016
15:25
thegrumpster: Look at the enormous spread on STGR shares..... Intended to encourage buying, or intended to make investors give STGR a very wide berth, with the resulting slow but steady slump in price? Barclays Nominees/Wealth at one stage had 10% of the company (FT website)...now down to 7%. By only allowing dealing over the phone they ensure that very few will buy and anyone that sells gets a very poor price. What is that all about? (My view is that it effectively removed up to 10% of the normal volume from the market). Whatever the game, was it likely to ease the STGR share price up, or down? And all this with investors being able to follow shipments to the US, which should have aroused some interest with investors, after suffering years of BSM style abject failure, in spite of the promises of the "pack of lies".
22/3/2016
14:35
thegrumpster: At some point BSM's inability to raise money at the right time, could be seen as a useful way of kicking the STGR share price down the stairs, virtually on demand. Wonder if the master plan is to slowly move this completely to the ASX?
21/12/2015
19:42
thegrumpster: FWIW My view again, is that this fall is planned and quite deliberate. My guess is that from the moment that they mutually agreed to reschedule the BSM payments, without penalty, the placing was decided upon. Shares by those in the know could steadily be dumped to bring the STGR share price down to a level for (say) a 1.5p or so placing. The good old boys could then get rid of some of their own shares to maintain the downward trend knowing that they can easily and cheaply be replaced. They also IMO still have the option to further put the boot in by delaying the remainder of the first installment, maybe helped by a nicely timed RNS, to reinforce the despondency. IMO the BSM £200k odd payment will arrive slightly late in mid January after the placing, and be followed on by good news, such as a resource upgrade, new uses for the graphite suggested by TIrupati, finally revealing who our "secret" partner in the US is....and anything else they can come up with. With the help of house stooges and rampers, and TA gurus STGR should find itself back at 5p maybe a little more, by the end of January. The play could then move on to BSM, which could be brought down, or have been bought down with a small placing, or even the now tried and tested method of giving a decent percentage away, "farming out" to another Australian interest, say a consortium of sophisticated investors, (probably our London lot drinking XXXX) which does not involve issuing more than 10% of shares. The BSM share price could be made to wobble with a suggestion that the compensation funds that were supposed to arrive are going to be delayed (by this time the method will be well tried, and well tested). After the right people have filled their boots, the ramping of BSM can begin in earnest, with Broker notes and the stirling efforts of BB stoolies. Shouldn't be to hard to get it up from say 0.8c to 3 or even 4c. So to me it is quite likely that our backroom boys that both sourced, and kept in a job, the entirely useless gentleman who kept eating all the graphite, can make 3 to 4 times their money on STGR, and follow on with the same again with BSM. When it comes to the optional 15% no doubt the share price could be brought down again to allow them to refill their bootees. Maybe then with an overall 10 bagger the lucky winners could have turned £100k into £1m? And small investors, barring any spike over, would end up right back where they started from at 4-5p, so they'd have nothing really to cry about, and be unable justify feeling hard done by. After all who has been hurt? If the various parties play their cards right they could even end up with most of the money for the next £1.5m payment, to be fed into the system one way or another.....farmout anyone? IMO There is little evidence of interest currently, by retail investors in BSM (read hotcopper). And where are these sophisticated investors that our CEO has spoken about on several occasions? Who would be seriously even begin to talk to sophisticated investors who can't even come up with £500k, fter months and months? They haven't come up with it because IMO, it has been decided to play it this way. Apart from mates and cronies of management who will likely want a slice of the action, providing it is an unrefusable bargain handed to them on a plate, why should our old lags allow anyone else to profit from the scheme, when they can have it all for themselves? Makes no sense. IMO This will be worked down as far as they can get it over the next week or so. This is AIM so IMO the placing is already well organised, and has been for quite a while. Guessing announcement would be just after the meeting, at an average of say the previous 10 days. (1.5-2p??) The money from BSM will arrive, but probably arrive late to help justify the placing. Though they could allow a bit more through if they are confident of nailing their placing target price. Plus things will be quiet over Christmas....should also help. After the placing STGR will be ramped to the rafters by the usual suspects, company/broker stooges, iPad RNS's and lots of held back "good news". Most small investors should get back to where they were before the BSM schame was announced. The BSM deal has been carefully engineered from the word go. (It hasn't?) It is inconceivable that management did not know exactly what they were doing with BSM. BSM/STGR have a shared director with BHR experience. (Director of Corporate Development for Beacon Hill Resources Plc - STGR website) MY, although no longer there, has AB as his "mentor",so when it comes to reaming investors the merrie little group, as it progresses, can hardly claim not to know the ropes. What kind of CEO, that expects to be taken seriously, has talks with sophisticated investors that can't even stump up £500k? IMO It's part of the game plan. At the right moment money will appear. The right people will make the right profits, at the right time. Tirupati and Asbury probably use words like "honesty" and "integrity" in their publicity. It might be of interest to them to see how a typical AIM company behaves to its own shareholders. Anyone who would happily screw their own shareholders would have no qualms about shafting partners or "prospective" partners, at any available opportunity. Who knows. Maybe they are amused by the ongoing antics of AIM managements, and see them as the shape of things to come.
10/8/2015
11:21
illuminati1: Good post by panda1, lseThe price action of STGR reminds me of another stock I have been involved with for a long time, JLP. Like STGR the JLP share price drifted lower for a considerable amount of time although the fundamentals of the company were actually improving. This was very demoralising for shareholders, and led some to question whether the company would survive. I trusted my research and instinct, however, and used the opportunity to build a decent size holding. The strategy has now paid off as from low to high Jlp is currently up over 350%. I am very confident we will see the same sort of re-rate for STGR. The fundamentals are looking really great now:Grade over 94% for all flake sizes which means they are all profitable. The grade is now much higher than ever thought possible at the outset. The grade could even improve further with the technical assistance now being provided by TirupatiStratmin are a very low cost producer due to the location of the mine and the fact the graphite is at surface and is embedded in clay which means crushing is not required to liberate the flakes.The resource is much greater than originally envisaged (only 10% of the licence area had been explored). Production is now expected to be increased to 18000 tonnes per annum. Management are confident the new plant will be funded by debt, so no dilution to shareholders.New strategic partnership with Tirupati likely to improve operations and will eventually add around another 6000 tonnes/annum to production.STGR have a big first mover advantage as they are one of the few listed companies to actually be in production. Key offtake agreement has been secured and Tirupati also offer another route to marketManagement team has recently been strengthened and could lead to secondary listing in Australia. This could help strengthen the share price as graphite companies are rated much higher on the Australian exchange.Company is on the cusp of being cash flow positive and will generate considerable high margin profits as production is ramped up.STGR have a high proportion of large/jumbo flake and the outlook for this material is very bullish as battery production for electric vehicles and power storage is about to increase exponentiallyThe above reasons have made me very bullish for the company's prospects and I have been using the share price weakness to increase my holding. When the share price re-rates I think it will do so very quickly and it won't be easy building a position on the way up. Risk/reward ratio is now very favourable.
27/7/2015
15:26
illuminati1: Good post by panda1, lseInteresting debate.The price action of STGR reminds me of another stock I have been involved with for a long time, JLP. Like STGR the JLP share price drifted lower for a considerable amount of time although the fundamentals of the company were actually improving. This was very demoralising for shareholders, and led some to question whether the company would survive. I trusted my research and instinct, however, and used the opportunity to build a decent size holding. The strategy has now paid off as from low to high Jlp is currently up over 350%. I am very confident we will see the same sort of re-rate for STGR. The fundamentals are looking really great now:Grade over 94% for all flake sizes which means they are all profitable. The grade is now much higher than ever thought possible at the outset. The grade could even improve further with the technical assistance now being provided by TirupatiStratmin are a very low cost producer due to the location of the mine and the fact the graphite is at surface and is embedded in clay which means crushing is not required to liberate the flakes.The resource is much greater than originally envisaged (only 10% of the licence area had been explored). Production is now expected to be increased to 18000 tonnes per annum. Management are confident the new plant will be funded by debt, so no dilution to shareholders.New strategic partnership with Tirupati likely to improve operations and will eventually add around another 6000 tonnes/annum to production.STGR have a big first mover advantage as they are one of the few listed companies to actually be in production. Key offtake agreement has been secured and Tirupati also offer another route to marketManagement team has recently been strengthened and could lead to secondary listing in Australia. This could help strengthen the share price as graphite companies are rated much higher on the Australian exchange.Company is on the cusp of being cash flow positive and will generate considerable high margin profits as production is ramped up.STGR have a high proportion of large/jumbo flake and the outlook for this material is very bullish as battery production for electric vehicles and power storage is about to increase exponentiallyThe above reasons have made me very bullish for the company's prospects and I have been using the share price weakness to increase my holding. When the share price re-rates I think it will do so very quickly and it won't be easy building a position on the way up. Risk/reward ratio is now very favourable.Keep the faith guys.
26/1/2015
19:47
the stigonomist: where are they now... had a hissy fit after losing all his dosh and now given up share trading... TOPINFO 24 Mar'13 - 19:38 - 19 of 5189 0 0 Keya. Well done mate for creating a troll free thread. Good on you. At last people can discuss this stock without the idiots and trolls bashing every post for no reason other than personal enjoyment. They are very sad indeed. A bit like what they will be like when STGR share price explodes northwards!
23/10/2014
12:54
wskill: Stig and friends are very busy trying to contain STGR share price it must be difficult for them as the information below over 25% of the shares in free float were traded the other day . But today they are having to try even harder I will guess over 50% of the free float will trade today to keep a lid on the share price ,not a normal situation at all I will alert the FCA about this manipulation as there is no record of the shorts borrowing shares so it must be naked shorting. Total shares: 100,669,953. Shares not in public hands: 55%
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