Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
East Star Resources Plc LSE:EST London Ordinary Share GB00BN92HZ16 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 1.41% 3.60 1,560,420 13:14:33
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.50 3.70 3.60 3.45 3.55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -0.44 -0.92 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:35:25 O 10,000 3.595 GBX

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East Star Resources Daily Update: East Star Resources Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EST. The last closing price for East Star Resources was 3.55p.
East Star Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.45p and a 12 week average price of 3.45p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.45p.
There are currently 182,277,323 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,149,354 shares. The market capitalisation of East Star Resources Plc is £6,561,983.63.
papillon: People say buy on the "dips". Looking at the chart in the header the EST share price is acting like a fairground "Big Dipper"! Up and down! A hair raising ride.
papillon: free stock charts from I take it you're talking about the 50 day SMA rising above the 200 day SMA, guyswonga197444? Technically it's only a "Golden Cross" if the 200 day SMA is rising at the time of the cross and it's not, so it's not a "Golden Cross". I wouldn't like to put money on where the EST share price is heading in the short term, guyswonga197444, but if I was forced into making a prediction I would guess circa 4p, but I'm only guessing.
papillon: free stock charts from I can't predict share prices, guyswonga197444, but looking at this chart the EST share price could drop back down like it did in May. Will it? Who knows? The price of gold will have a bearing and the strong $ today is pushing down the price of gold.
papillon: free stock charts from Upper Bollinger Band acted as resistance this morning. I expect the EST share price to go sideways (and BB's to narrow) whilst we await the next news. Happy to hold and await news. It would be unusual to get more than 4 consecutive white candlesticks.
1realist: My personal opinion is that at least a £20m market cap / 11p share price would be appropriate for where we are now.IPO / fundraise in Jan 22 was at 5p share price / £9m market cap valuation. That was before any RC drill results came in. Since then we've had the exceptional discovery hole drill result (26th Jan RNS), which should have put the share price up significantly from initial 5p level, but around the same time Putin rolled his tanks into Ukraine and investors got nervous about Kazakhstan as a jurisdiction. It's now clear that Kazakhstan have distanced themselves from Russia's actions in Ukraine, including refusing Russian request for military support, and it's also clear that Russia are not going to follow-up their invasion of Ukraine with invasion of any other neighbouring countries. So nervousness about jurisdiction has eased, but the share price hasn't caught up yet with where I think it would have been otherwise, especially given subsequent added news of historical drill results and rare earth farm-in.Also, if you value on peer comparison, then CORA and MILA are good ones for around the £20m market cap level (and both of which are still undervalued at that level IMO). There's more to it than just best drill hole results of course, but just to start research direction for anyone interested:CORA MC £21m, best 12m at 7.61 g/tMILA MC £19m, best 7m at 14.86 g/tEST MC £9m, best 19m at 14.36 g/t (open at depth)This and several other reasons (historic drill grades, artisanal mine grades, shallow strike, quality of neighbouring mines, jurisdiction, CEO, significant shareholder list, cash balance, rare earth farm-in, POG trajectory, etc.) make it my personal opinion that a £20m market cap / 11p share price would be minimum current fair value for where we are now and still with lots of scope for further increases from there when drill results start rolling in again later this year.Let's see how it plays out over the coming weeks and months. Good luck everyone who's in. Should be an exciting time IMO. Let's hope I'm right.
papillon: It looks like the EST share price will follow the example of MILA and rise up from an oversold position and then consolidate (as the Bollinger Bands narrow) before breaking out on the next bullish news release. EST and MILA could easily replicate the staggering share price rise of MARL of over 10 years ago (from a penny share to a peak of £5 within a few years) when the gold price finally breaks out of it's current consolidation phase. The fundamentals all point to gold and silver taking off in price before long.
papillon: Nice rise starting after 3pm. The EST share price does go up! 🤣
papillon: free stock charts from The position of the upper Bollinger Band might give some idea, Jfreshfield, of how high the EST share price could go in the short term. I hope it does because I had a very small flutter on EST this morning based on the chart.
papillon: free stock charts from Here's a chart for you Jfreshfield. The EST share price looks like it might have bottomed going by the 14 day RSI and today's Heikin-Ashi candlestick. However you can buy below mid price. I have no idea how high the share price could go on the "next run higher"
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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