East Star Resources Investors - EST

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
East Star Resources Plc EST London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.25 -4.85% 4.90 13:29:56
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
5.15 4.90 5.15 4.90 5.15
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Posted at 12/9/2022 11:05 by the count of monte_cristo
Sarytogan’s Sean Gregory speaks with Proactive’s Elisha Newell about the company’s recent ASX listing and the project it believes will create excellent value for shareholders. The SGA managing director highlights the strengths of its graphite project in Kazakhstan, which includes being the highest-grade graphite project and second largest graphite project on the ASX and also the competitive advantage that Kazakhstan brings the company. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlYtHJ1Zth4 hTTps://sarytogangraphite.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/220718-Sarytogan-Graphite-Investor-Presentation-at-Listing-RevH.pdf
Posted at 19/8/2022 11:01 by thesaint5
As we end the summer lull head into September with many investor/trader returning from holiday and into a news rich period of many drill results I'd of thought now is the time to be buying not selling down your position. There's not many shares out there that are at lows and imminent news albeit perhaps 3/4 weeks away. Good luck to you but those who sold yesterday are a few quid at best in profit IF they can buy back what they sold below 4.5p. Happy holding for bigger rewards, a pip or two is hardly worth the effort IMO.
Posted at 18/8/2022 14:06 by the count of monte_cristo
Proactive Investors interview East Star Resources delighted with license and drilling progress in Kazakhstan hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxrM2W1eaxc
Posted at 27/7/2022 04:09 by the count of monte_cristo
Iwella, which is the mining and exploration invest arm of the Flannery family are EST's largest shareholder. Brian Flannery has been a successful investor and incubator of the small cap explorers, he is also the 143rd wealthiest person in Aus. When it comes to raising funds to develop any of our projects into a commercial and highly profitable mine, it's good to know we have our largest shareholder backing us. Iwella will be looking for significant shareprice appreciation here and capital retun on their investment. hTTps://www.afr.com/companies/mining/how-the-rich-invest-brian-flannery-owns-the-hottest-stock-on-the-asx-right-now-20170131-gu21mq hTTps://inqld.com.au/business/2021/08/04/flannery-backs-coals-resurgence-as-bowen-plans-transformation/ hTTps://www.northernstevedoring.com.au/latest-news/richlister-backs-metallica-silica-sand-mining-bid.html
Posted at 25/6/2022 12:54 by papillon
https://www.kitco.com/commentaries/2022-06-24/Gold-silver-copper-investors-here-is-your-trading-strategy-for-the-rest-of-2022.html Well worth reading. Looking good for gold.
Posted at 07/6/2022 05:41 by the count of monte_cristo
Kubera, agreed, investors starting to become more aware of this stock. I'd imagine after the recent London visit that interest has been piqued with some funds as well.
Posted at 04/6/2022 20:43 by kubera369
That's what I'll be doing on Monday. I've also noticed the selling here has dried out within the past few sessions and volume of buys on the up Maybe seller done ? (that last 1 million sell at bell ) S.P was over sold and savvy investors buying in for the incoming news ? Or the CEO who was in town marketing his company to the investors community and he has aroused interest hence the buys coming in last week Next week should be of real interest as we're almost in the 3rd Qtr which is news flow season, new investors and any positive updates RNSd will see the share price in upward trajectory aimho Lots to look forward to
Posted at 26/5/2022 17:02 by kubera369
I'm sure with the main man in town he has highlighted this hidden gem to the investor community I'm expecting a flurry of activity here going forward with new investors jumping on board
Posted at 04/5/2022 04:14 by the count of monte_cristo
I'll explain the psychology... Investors know news is due soon and CEO is in London, they start buying in advance of this, share price starts to positively increase... Some PI's start thinking it must be a "leak" and it must be "good", they decide to increase their holdings, further pushing up the share price and increasing volumes... 1. CEO is promoting and presenting in London 2. CEO talks to funds, investors and wider audience 3. PI's have access to new material, such as video interviews and presentations 4. After seeing the potential for a stock they were not previously aware of (new investors) they buy 5. share price goes up on buying 6. News is released and confirms further positive grades - share price moves higher 7. share price continues north, hitting all time highs and the people who are buying then think there must have been a leak, confirming their view, when it's actually partly their buying which accounts for some of the rise:)
Posted at 04/5/2022 04:05 by the count of monte_cristo
1Realist - Not being defensive, just asking a straight forward question which I always ask whenever a PI jumps to the conclusion that there is a leak. Honestly, my opinion, is that it's a weak answer to pass off any rise in a company as a "leak", a go to answer to explain any rise. But it seems obvious that the more people who hear about EST and the closer we get to news that we may see a move upwards in the share price as investors try to buy in before the news on the anticipation of it being positive and further rises then occurring. I actually said something similar weeks ago on the MILA bb when another PI passed the rise off on "it must be a leak". Actually I was buying shares which caused part of that increase, so I knew straight away that the leak scenario was bs because part of the rise was due to a few of my buys. Like EST, MILA is a stock closely held with not that many shares in issue so any sustained buying (or selling) moves the share price more than some other stocks. Leaks - sure, they probably do exist in some stocks, how can one ever regulate a director telling his best friend from school to buy stock, or sell, or other such stuff. But I think things have greatly improved that these days it is much less common. It's more like a go to answer for PI's when they need to understand why a share price moves...."oh it must be a leak". So far I agree with everything you have said on this bb, but have a difference of opinion about the "leak" stuff. This is just my opinion, it's opinion which make a market. Even though I may disagree with someones opinions it's helpful for me for my decision making as it opens a psychological window on other investors perceptions. It's a debate I do enjoy, and one which is as old as the stock exchanges:))
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