Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chesterfield Resources Plc LSE:CHF London Ordinary Share GB00BF2F1X78 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -1.7% 8.65 513,488 15:42:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.60 8.70 8.80 8.65 8.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.87 -1.26 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:44:08 O 300,000 8.50 GBX

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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 8.80p.
Chesterfield Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 8.20p and a 12 week average price of 8.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 19p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.88p.
There are currently 120,120,311 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 473,146 shares. The market capitalisation of Chesterfield Resources Plc is £10,390,406.90.
excellance: IF we get decent grades, intervals and prove continuation in Cyprus the share price will sky rocket, and we will place shares at a much higher price, and maybe the bod will participate and award more options. Good results here and at Venus may cause poly to do some kind of deal.
excellance: Regardless, 9p is excellent value, and once Cyprus is proven to be a hot bed of copper (again) whether it's Ariana/Venus or Chesterfield, our share price will be much higher.
excellance: CHF share price going down. I expect our share price will fly soon.
pensionplanner: They get paid to do a good job? Incentives are over and above the job they are paid to do and any targets should reflect that. Otherwise its not an incentive scheme its a poor way of giving more money for doing a job they are already paid to do. Now if the options were awarded on the basis of even achieving a 15p share price then I doubt many would object. But if you look at the share price it seems perverse to call a scheme an incentive scheme were the shares would still be way under an share price already previously achieved, and subsequently fell....with the same recipients of options at the helm. Totally for incentives schemes where everyone can see realistic targets and potential laid out clearly where everyone is a winner.
wassapper: From hTTps://total-market-solutions.com/2021/06/chesterfield-resources_june-2021/ Re Altius and Canada - "they are interested in significant share price appreciation. If they'd sold to Rio and made a discovery, the Rio share price might rise a few per cent, but with us the share price might rise 4-5 fold" That is what they are looking for folks. Also, more possible aquisition news in 2-3 months. Drilling in both locs in July.
pharmoutcomeszzz: I’m not wound up at all pension planner and stop trying to 2nd guess me. I am in fact delighted the price has dropped today since I am wanting to buy more and yesterday’s 13% increase came just too early. I am simply highlighting excellance’s infantile emails which sway from manic depressive to energetic mania within a day. I am pleased excellance is at least now sticking to commenting about CHF on the CHF BB. Thank you for your eye popping disclosures about AIM companies. I’ve been investing in AIM mining shares for well over a decade and did not know the share price could possibly be erratic.
jev1: Here are other views from ii about the development: ______ Well I’m kinda glad re the market. It’s enabled me to buy 3 lots here today. CHF were 19p not so long ago and now they will get cash from warrant conversions the next time it hits 20p. Buying now is a nice cushion for a growth tuck away with Cu in huge demand! Trek _______ In some ways similar to a reverse takeover of the project CHF ... doing the leg work and Alt .. making gains in the share ptice .. experienced it with BP and serica energy . Went from 27 p up to £1.40 when the dust settled ... 70 p out the blocks when the deal was signed ... BP made a killing on the share price and moved on to core assets I can see the same here market cap be £70 m soon enough ________ So we now have an £8billion pound company in Polymetal and a £420 million company in Altius on the shareholder register. We have licenses in Cyprus and Canada looking for copper which is already high and I think we all expect it to go higher. CHF - £13million MC. _______ Chesterfield to acquire 100% of a globally significant copper exploration project, covering an entire geological basin nearly 40km long, that hosts over 200 known copper occurrences Potential for world class discoveries. JV with strategic partner Altius - Part opened by the mighty Sprott (Rick Rule) Polymetal international JV. This is why Martin was so confident we would be moving towards being a mid tier exploration company. All the big guns are now involved Warrants at 20p. Amazing news! _______
excellance: Why did Altius choose us? Did they approach us? Who are the individuals concerned pulling the strings? Why didn't a major pick Adeline up? My guess is that it's a brilliant deal for Adeline, because the CHF shares they get will be worth a multiple of the current cash value in just a few months. It's a good deal for us too, cos a tiny company like CHF shouldn't be able to compete for assets like Adeline, but the prospect of a probable rapid share price rise here presumably swung the deal our way. Obviously neither of our assets are proven yet, buy olive looks very positive.
wassapper: Nothing I can do to stop that but I would make a couple of points having just looked at AAU for the first tme in about 20 years :-) First, the results this week appear to be about Turkey which has no relevance to the arguments about who is doing what in Cyprus which we are all interested in. Those results are OK but they are nowhere near the scale of bulk tonnage and value that CHF are seeking. Second, and I am not knocking AAU, the CHF share price appears to have out performed AUU quite significantly over the period from the covid lows of April 2020. I know, or knew Kerim, back in the day when he was a young geo. He's done well, but I don't think that you can compare the ambitions of CHF with those of AAU. I stand by for arguments and correction, but my main point is that dsicussion of AAU on here is only relevant if talking about what is happenning in Cyprus. The rest is AAU core business and has no relevance here. Just ignore Ex's stupid comments about AAU and ramping of RMM whose share price performance is woeful unless you started to hold since late 2020.
excellance: So, assuming no t/o what share price will the next fund raising be? Even if poly decide to fund drilling on one or two licenses via earn in CHF will still need to place shares. They are talking about M&A but have no cash, so that only leaves an all share deal or RTO and those are both heavily dilutive. The share price had quadrupled last year, but that seems to be too far too fast, and I don't expect news now before November or December on assay results, so I can't see any way that this will move beyond 10 or 12p for 9 months despite booming copper prices. There may be loads of copper there, but we won't know til Xmas.
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