Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wildhorse Eng LSE:WHE London Ordinary Share AU000000WHE4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 0.0 -1.2 -2.9 - 11.40

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Wildhorse Eng Daily Update: Wildhorse Eng is listed in the Industrial Metals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WHE. The last closing price for Wildhorse Eng was 10.75p.
Wildhorse Eng has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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There are currently 106,052,596 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Wildhorse Eng is £11,400,654.07.
noirua: WHE management do appear to be a 'go for it' team set to get a resource at breath taking speed. Not like many companies who dangle about for years and still dont progress; good luck to them. Triton Minerals TON had similar management style even if not potash - share price hit 95c at the peak, up from below 4c.
colin12345678: dont miss it this went up 162% just on this in april this news will be bigger By Harriet Mann | Tue, 7th April 2015 - 13:48 Share this Why Wildhorse Energy rose 162% Suspending its shares on the Australian Stock Exchange pending news of a potential acquisition did wonders for Wildhorse Energy's (WHE) UK share price on Tuesday, which jumped by as much as 162%.
the stigologist: Just a warning before you listen to any conman posing as a self-declared trading genius... This encapsulates the above mug and his 'trading prowess'. It might not like the truth but the mug punter Noirua is hoist by his own petard. Sold OXS at 2p and bought SGZ at 1p+ A week later OXS at 3p and SGZ halved. TOP Traders Thread !!!! - CR Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 11:33:01 - 486431 of 487705 SGZ - Brokers wants 1.35p as orders come in. TOP Traders Thread !!!! - CR Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 11:30:45 - 486429 of 487705 SGZ, looks last calls under 1.2p for Scot's goldie. TOP Traders Thread !!!! - CR Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 11:27:33 - 486427 of 487705 Scotgold SGZ looking cheap on wee Scottish gold that commands a premium, not near that of some Welsh gold however. May attack the 2p level this week, target today just 1.5p. TOP Traders Thread !!!! - CR Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 11:17:01 - 486423 of 487705 SGZ Scotgold, all flags up... Oxus 2015, awaiting merits and quantum - OXS Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 11:08:25 - 12702 of 13309 I suppose the market can see a wad of shares sitting there that could be drip fed into the market, maybe it wont happen, however, far better to hold free options... Oxus 2015, awaiting merits and quantum - OXS Noirua - 26 Jan 2015 - 10:55:53 - 12697 of 13309 GS, the share price of OXS is well down from the recent peak and the market looks uncertain free stock charts from free stock charts from
jarbie: Share consolidation serves to raise the share price so that it can fall further without becoming minute it is an old trick - check it out on the WHE and see
geoff80: Share price now up to .43p so anyone who has taken up their rights is slightly in profit !
illuminati1: M&A activity in the uranium sector on the rise European Uranium Resources has just been taken over for $8.5m.Wildhorse Energy is holding Europe's largest uranium asset, currently valued at around $2.2m!Recent RNS"WHE retains its interest in the Mecsek Hills Uranium Project in Hungary, which has a current JORC Inferred Resource of 48.3Mt at 0.072% U3O8 for 77Mlbs of U3O8. Strategic partnership discussions are on-going with a further update on this expected in the NEAR TERM."Liberum capital 12/11Wildhorse Energy has 77 mln lbs uranium JORC inferred resource. We value these assets at A$0.7/lb at the bottom of peer group multiples. This uranium asset alone underpins the current share price. (13p)
aimshares: Will be looking into buying some WHE next week it does seem highly undervalued. Doing some research and Just listen to a audio interview by Liberum capital .From 2011 where they put a Target price of 91p which is a mind boggling 9000% to the current share price and in 2013 Dominic Nash put the target price of 60p which is about 6000% to the current share price .And this listed about 20p in 2011 and WHE sit at 1.25phTTp:// I would defo agree with illuminati that this highly under valued and very under the radar .And the signing of a partner for there uranium project which discussions have been going on for sometime and would agree with illuminati that it will be a world class big hitter that partner them and them stating near term update for a partner I can see this going bonkers and way past 3.3p as stated by illuminati .Will be doing more research over the weekend will get funds available next week to buy .Just want it to stay at current price next week so can get a good entry point.
loverat: Not a great deal by the reaction to the share price. As with many of these bombed out stocks it will be the bottom fishers who make the most money. Long term holders will not be pleased with the progress and the sharp decline in the share price. We shall see though - sometimes these shares can take off all of a sudden. A good example in a different business was AFPO. Battered down to 1.5p and now 4p. The fact Stockonomist is also bashing this stock is a possible buy signal too. 94% of stocks he has bashed sinced November last year have multi bagged at a given time since.
illuminati1: Excellent post by MF on LSE boardWhile the share price is NOT reflecting this, WHE is currently situated pretty much centrally within a rapidly changing sector and location.Presence/ locality/ legislation;- Occupy a number of stranded coal streams/ Hungary - 80% reliant on imported energy/ Parliament pass UCG legislation- Occupy Europe's largest Uranium mine/ Hungary - focused on engaging a number of energy strategies of which uranium is one/ Polical/ environmental - Russia committing $14 billion to the area for the development of NuclearChanging Environment;- Likely that UCG will be increasingly recognised as an sound alternative to fracking in C. Europe with the presence of Linc Energy and supporting legislation in Poland.- Likely that the Asian movement and support of Nuclear energy will cause for a correction in Uranium prices - while larger mines are still operationg, new mines are not economically viable until $60+ per lb is achieved. Projections already suggest a shortage is inevitable by 2017. Supply is still high, however will a fall in production and an increase in demand this will soon meet an inflection point.The above is either fact OR a well reasoned projection.As a holder of WHE I hope/ expect us to be positioning ourselves as;A) Holders of a currently undervalued commodity (Uranium) and leaders of a potentially symbolic change in energy production in Hungary (UCG).andB) Well connected within C. Europe and perceived as 'trailblazers' within government and policy.If the company are effectively able to project the above we 'should' be very wealthy through our early speculation.
illuminati1: Essential reading for new investors Financial times, David Stevenson, End of Jan 2013 David has apparently an uncanny knack of picking the right sectors at the wrong time, usually too early and now could be a good time to jump in here. 5.5p at the time Eastern Europe is much more promising terrain and I’m currently researching a few ideas here, but I’ve decided to buy into an alternative, truly unconventional energy source: underground coal gasification. My chosen vehicle for this theme is Wildhorse Energy, which is listed on both the UK and Australian exchanges with the ticker WHE. Wildhorse has the enthusiastic co-operation of the Hungarian government, plus a series of licences throughout eastern Europe (especially Poland). Its directors are also in advanced discussions with local utilities which should bring a deal within the next 12 to 18 months. Wildhorse is focusing on using synthetic gas from coal seams in eastern Europe for two simple reasons – the first is that there’s lots of it, and there’s a huge demand for alternatives to the dominant Russian supply of natural gas, and the many political complications it brings. At the moment this a pure development project and it’ll need a lot of capital expenditure to get the project actually producing. That means either a big and dilutive fundraising or some kind of trade deal. Both options mean that Wildhorse is a risky play, like any other explorer or early-stage mining developer. But it has one or two aces up its sleeve. The market opportunity huge, and the company has a superb South African technical team which is busy doing deals with those local utilities. I also like the look of the executive management team, which was also behind uranium investment vehicle Kalahari Minerals, sold to the Chinese last year. Its investor base also includes some very smart resource focused institutional investors. My sense is that the markets will start to wake up to unconventional energy in Europe but soon realise that coal gasification is probably the only reliable way to go. That’ll prompt investor interest in Wildhorse, which will hopefully have supply contracts in place by then. The share price is also underpinned by Wildhorse’s other big assets, which include a big uranium deposit in Hungary it has the right to develop. This neatly hooks into my other big long-term bet, which is that we need nuclear energy whether we like it or not. My preferred nuclear play is UK-listed uranium fund Geiger counter. By my sums, if you buy Wildhorse you effectively get the uranium asset for free, which seems like a fairly good value play given that I think we’re all about to go mad about unconventional energy.
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