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  0.10 7.14% 1.50 1,084,802 09:48:42
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.90 -0.81 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Chesterfield Resources Daily Update
Chesterfield Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHF. The last closing price for Chesterfield Resources was 1.40p.
Chesterfield Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.30p and a 12 week average price of 1.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 7.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.30p.
There are currently 120,328,311 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,313,231 shares. The market capitalisation of Chesterfield Resources Plc is £1,804,924.67.
Posted at 29/1/2023 21:20 by janicesolihul
There was no reason to sell Adeline at all. A Tier-One highly prosepective copper asset in a critical metal-friendly jurisdiction is a great reason to buy a stock. However, the management instead offered us a non-operating business, with no forward plan, zero promotion, just salaries being silently withdrawn by the two executives. That provides no reason to buy a stock, hence the terrible share price. It was more than likely that the executives were planning to take advantage of this by issuing themselves cheap share options.

From the last announcement on November 8th, the company said it was only waiting on regulatory approval from the Canadian authorities. The approval was never granted, which is hardly surprising given the conficted and murky circumstances surrounding the deal.

Posted at 27/1/2023 08:34 by mininglamp
The market seems to have this wrong in my considered opinion, I have taken some this morning as a result.

The share price was trading around 2.5p the day the sale of Adeline to Pacton was announced in November, the deal was considered a poor one for a number of reasons, the share price plummeted days after.

Today CHF still own 100% of Adeline with new options on the table, the cash position is probably better than many suggest due to extensive cost cutting as discussed in the results statement.

In my view the share price will recover ground, possibly back to the 2.5p region based on today's news and future events.

No wonder it was hard to buy this morning.

DYOR etc.

Posted at 24/1/2023 10:08 by ruthfuller665
CHF has sold its flagship copper asset at the bottom of the market, at a knock-down price, to Canadian minnow Pacton Gold. Pacton happens to be run by the business partner of Peter Damouni, a recently-departed CHF director, who was then quickly re-appointed by incoming Exec Chair Paul Ensor as “special advisor to the board” for the transaction, in what was very obviously an inside stitch-up.

The terms were terrible for CHF. It gave away 100% of the project in return for 20% of Pacton and a bit of cash. It was a equally a great deal for Pacton, which was sitting on a bunch of failed projects. Not surprisingly the CHF share price has collapsed as investors figured out that this was asset-stripping in broad daylight.

It is quite obvious that the new CHF executives don’t care at all about the company’s shareholders, and they have continued to pay themselves out of our limited cash reserves while doing no work at all over the last six months. No doubt they will soon be stripping the rest of our cash out by awarding themselves bonuses, cheap options and generous termination packages (as well as presumably being well-entertained in Canada).

This is an un-regulated company run by people who really shouldn’t be anywhere near a Plc. They are putting out daily, and increasingly bizarre, posts via “Excellence221;. It is unbelievable how they are able to get away with all this in a main board LSE company.

Posted at 22/1/2023 09:24 by kiplig
Excellence. Go and do some research on the management of PAC. They're out and out promoters. The CEO, who calls himself an expert, is suing his previous company for an a outrageous sum.Let's be clear. Peter Damounni left CHF, and, once no longer a PDMR, surprise surprise a deal is done with done with his business partner at PAC.I believe it will play out like this:1. Damounni will have received a massive fee - directly or indirectly.2. Let share price of CHF collapse.3. Ajay and Ensor to issue themselves a gazillion share options with rock bottom strike price.This is a transference of wealth from shareholders to management (and Damounni and his pals). Nothing more.It makes me sick. But we've seen it before.
Posted at 07/1/2023 22:53 by janicesolihul
A Plc mangement team is judged by one thing, the share price. It does not lie and the Chesterfield share price is...errr...at its all time lows, sub 2p.

So what exactly has Paul Ensor done since he siezed control six months ago? Sold Adeline to his mate for a song, shut down Cyprus, fired all the staff, trashed the share price, paid himself salaries and a bonus for doing nothing, zero communicaton with shareholders.

What is the plan of London's worst CEO to get the shares back up to 10p, where they used to be?

Posted at 06/1/2023 08:52 by pensionplanner
As you know I wanted ALL of Adeline, so the deal with Pacton just didn't cut it for me as it no longer fitted my target. CHF sold 100% but got a significant shareholding, but although funded at present Picton will be raising more and more by way of placings, which will dilute CHF's holding unless it too pays for any placements to maintain the status quo.

Pacton primarily gold, and it would never surprise me if Adeline turned up some decent gold assays too, and if that happens quickly then it will help CHF.

Its only if its prolonged with Pacton tapping investors time and again, that it may be deleterious.

I was never that keen on Cyprus alone, so it made my decision easy, even though you'd be hard pressed not to find gold in Cyprus as any trip to their museums demonstrates.

Markets certainly have been hit for six, and CHF no exception, so here's hoping you get a really decent result in Cyprus and Adeline, but where I'd still have been happy to help finance Adeline under CHF umbrella as I considered going for it myself!

I did though pick up 'a few' Pacton in October and November.

Rarely post on a bb after selling, but I still hold a few here.

Good luck all

Posted at 30/12/2022 14:29 by ruthfuller665
Well what an utter disaster 2022 has been for Chesterfield.and its shareholders

We have gone from a company owning 100% of two very promising projects, with an established team, to a non-operating company having tossed away 80% of both projects.

Despite the company being non-operational, it employs two senior exectives, with no discernable track record of operating companies or raising funds, both sucking salaries from our dwindling shareholder funds.

It is not clear if either of them do any work at all. There has been zero communication with shareholders of a growth strategy or any sort of plan.

The share price does the talking. Unsurprisingly it is on the floor, trading at less than a fifth of what it was a year ago. This has got to be one of the worst run companies on the LSE.

Posted at 26/10/2022 07:49 by excellance
Adeline is an isolated license, will take years to drill and develop, way to big for CHF

Westline has only just begun, but CHF don't have the means to drill and develop further.

The plan is to partner with others in both projects, in different ways, and CHF stay at arm's length, reduce dilution.

A lot of companies will go to zero this year due to no funding.

Things have been dire at CHF for a year yet so far we've survived. The Pacton deal removes one ball and chain, but now we need Westline funding addressed.

Posted at 22/10/2022 13:05 by janicesolihul
Well, if CHF hadn't sold Adeline we could also have made a discovery and also entertained farm-in partners. Big difference is that we would have owned 100% of the project, rather than the 20% of Pacton shares we have ended up with now. Selling the project to Pacton was a ridiculous deal for us. Pacton is not an established explorer with cash. It is no better than CHF, and also now has to go out and raise money for the drilling, and give CHF money in dribs and drabs when it can afford it.

All the current management has done is dismantle everything at Chesterfield and sell it off for peanuts. The share price hit the floor ever since they announced their new strategy. There is no evidence that either of these new managers know how to promote a stock or raise funds, otherwise they would have gone out raised money and drilled Adeline for Chesterfield, rather than sell it to Pacton, a failed exploration minnow with no funds.

If the company plans to "absorb a new entity" at this share price it is going to be massively dilutive. In reality, we already had a great asset at Adeline which they just sold. Cyprus is apparently to be sold off. What exactly are they going to do next? There is no evidence that either of these people have a track record in building businesses. They have given nobody a good reason to buy Chesterfield apart from the notion that they are shrinking the business into a shell company and using cash from disposals to pay their saleries.

Posted at 13/10/2022 08:05 by manual dexterity
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