Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ecora Resources Plc LSE:ECOR London Ordinary Share GB0006449366 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 1.41% 143.40 309,453 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
142.40 144.20 145.00 141.20 145.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:42:38 O 3,520 143.505 GBX

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Posted at 04/12/2022 08:20 by Ecora Resources Daily Update
Ecora Resources Plc is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECOR. The last closing price for Ecora Resources was 141.40p.
Ecora Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 139.40p and a 12 week average price of 139.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 192.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 126.80p.
There are currently 0 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 542,977 shares. The market capitalisation of Ecora Resources Plc is £0.
Posted at 21/11/2022 12:12 by cocopah
Not technical analysis but we may see a few swings in the short-term share price as investors re-jig their holdings in ISAS and SIPPs following the autumn statement.🤔 I am looking forward to the rounded 2p per quarter dividend (when it comes) and agree that will provide support for the share price.
Posted at 20/11/2022 13:45 by laurence llewelyn binliner
#Masurenguy, over time the share price will catch up with our peers on the TSE where royalty and streaming companies trade at higher PE multiples, but in the meantime I am here for the well covered and safe 7 pence dividend year in year out, when the next/current royalties are all paid for and debt is ironed out to zero the focus will shift towards a progressive dividend policy which will in itself pull the share price up, until then the share price is secondary to portfolio growth, but it will follow as a result..

Kestrel volumes will wind off to approx 50% from 2023 but if the price is double and with the new royalty tiers in place the impact will not be so severe, the next 3 or 4 years Kestrel income will fund new additions and all the debt then from 2026 we will be strong enough without it having a solid USD100M income a year floating with the commodity prices, the EV revolution is ramping in thick and fast now and we are very well positioned for it..

We have just seen BHP bid/buying back some its sold assets from OZL to bolster their exposure, and now we are in business with the titans of the mining space in Vale/BHP/S32.. :o)

Posted at 19/11/2022 19:25 by quepassa
Really? Really??

Look back at the thousands - and I mean thousands- of posts by LLB and you will quickly see that he is primus inter pares of all rampers on this bulletin board .

That's all he does. Ramp, ramp, ramp. No balance. A non-stop barrage of just how wonderful things are and how swimmingly well things are going - which blatantly isn't the case.

The share price has oscillated around 140p for at least 5 years!

Wake up and look at the share price graph. That tells the truth.


Posted at 19/11/2022 16:09 by the deacon
What is apparent to me is the drastic (and it is drastic) undervaluation vs royalty and streaming peers. Royalty income easily eclipses that of Altius Minerals, yet Altius enjoys a US$750m market cap. There's a few more strings to Altius' bow admittedly. Across the precious metals royalty and streaming space the valuation multiples are considerably higher. I personally don't think it'll be long before these long life battery metal related assets start to be viewed in the same way as precious metals assets that sit in the portfolios of the likes of Osisko, Franco et al. After all, the energy transition is likely the dominant thematic over the next couple of decades at least, and ECOR stands to be the go-to royalty and streamer in that space. Re TRR, I've held since inception and agree they've delivered well so far. I'm not overly fussed about the offtake portfolio providing the bulk of revenue, but it's there and it's cashflowing - so better than nothing. I just prefer my royalty and streamers to stay in the royalty and streaming lane. Obviously a lot rests on Thacker Pass and/or Sonora coming in for TRR. I'm reasonably sure one of them will. Of the two I'd say I'm slightly more bullish on ECOR over the short/medium term. Both Randy Smallwood and Sandeep Singh have recently said that they're seeing opportunities in some large scale copper, copper/gold assets for the first time in quite a while. Other sources of funding are beginning to dry up. To me that means there's the opportunity for significant company making sized deals. That's going to favour the royalty and streamers that have the firepower to take advantage. ECOR have that, TRR are slightly further back on that curve. That said, the TRR team have consistently shown they can punch above their weight when sourcing potentially transformational deals.
Posted at 19/11/2022 14:55 by laurence llewelyn binliner
#Masurenguy, a weak candle printed on Friday, there are no guarantees for TA patterns repeating, but the last 4 pennants I have charted here over 18 months all broke to the upside, this one so far has not, but it could be the result of the Oz minerals suspension and the Nickel price spike to 30,000 and retrace to 25,000 a tonne this week, I have noticed the APF/ECOR share has been increasingly algo traded and the share price momentum driven which could explain Fridays candle but volumes were pretty small..

I hold continuously for the dividend and do not trade, but it is an interesting watch from a TA slant and to see where it goes next week..

Much work in progress here as we build out our royalty portfolio, even if it is not currently reflected in the share price .. :o)

Posted at 18/11/2022 08:41 by laurence llewelyn binliner
#The Deacon, as expected - BHP - 18.11.2022 - BHP has submitted a revised non-binding indicative proposal to the Board of OZ Minerals Limited (OZL) to acquire 100% of OZL by way of a scheme of arrangement for a cash price of AUD28.25 per OZL share (the Revised Proposal). This offer price represents the best and final price BHP is willing to offer under the Revised Proposal, in the absence of a competing proposal.

The OZL Board has confirmed to BHP that it intends to unanimously recommend the Revised Proposal to OZL shareholders as being in the best interests of OZL shareholders in the absence of a superior proposal subject to the parties entering into a binding scheme implementation agreement (SIA) following completion of BHP’s confirmatory due diligence and an independent expert concluding that the Revised Proposal is in the best interests of OZL shareholders..

BHP Chair, Ken MacKenzie said: BHP’s proposal would provide value to BHP shareholders by increasing exposure to future facing commodities, attractive synergies and adding to our pipeline of growth options..

So it looks very much like we will have the weight/strength of BHP with us now, they do not come much bigger.. :o)

Posted at 04/11/2022 13:52 by cocopah
#bountyhunter I’ve challenged Simply Wallet on their analysis a few times and they have responded accepting some of my criticisms but their analysis is not the best and usually behind the curve. I do think their warning sign on income is a good point because without an accretive deal being done over the next six months or so I believe that income will dip before getting to the desired steady state $100m per year in 2025/26 so I am waiting to see what happens to the share price before buying any more. Very happy to hold on the fundamentals here and for the 7p dividend (would like to see this hit 8p in the near future).🤷205;♂️
Posted at 21/10/2022 07:25 by bountyhunter
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Posted at 07/10/2022 14:05 by johnrxx99
Ecora Resources is a leading royalty company focused on supporting the supply of commodities essential to creating a sustainable future.

- Ecora (formally know as Anglo Pacific) is a global leading non-precious focused royalty company with a market cap of ~US$435m(1)
- A leading royalty company focused on commodities which support a sustainable future
- Listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE: ECOR), with secondary listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX: ECOR)
- Global geographic footprint
- Management focused on delivering further growth
1. Market data as of 28 September 2022.

Its strategy is to acquire royalties and streams over low-cost operations and projects with strong management teams, in well-established mining jurisdictions in the commodities that enable the energy transition or that are high quality products produced in a more sustainable way.

Producing Royalties:-
1. Voisey’s Bay Mine - Cobalt
2. Mantos Blancos - Copper
3. Maracás Menchen - Vanadium
4. Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC) - Iron Ore
5. Cigar Lake Mine / McClean Lake Mill - Uranium Toll Mining
6. El Valle-Boinás/Carles -Gold, Copper & Silver
7. Four Mile - Uranium
8. Kestrel - Coking Coal
9. Carlota - Copper

Development Royalties:-
10. Santo Domingo - Nickel & Cobalt
11. Salamanca - Uranium
12. West Musgrave - Copper & Cobalt
13. Piaui - Nickel & Cobalt
14. Nifty - Copper

Early Stage Royalties:-
15. Cañariaco - Copper
16. Pilbara - Iron Ore
17. Incoa - Calcium carbonate
18. Dugbe 1 - Gold

Link to 3 June 2021 webinar: (courtesy of oshy92)
Berenburg 22 June 2022 update:-

Posted at 05/10/2022 06:26 by bountyhunter
Ecora Resources is a leading royalty company focused on supporting the supply of commodities essential for a sustainable future.
FTSE100: ....................... ECOR .

The new name Ecora Resources PLC reflects the Group's successful transformation from a predominantly coal royalty business to one that by 2026 is expected to generate over 90% of its revenue contribution from commodities required to support a sustainable future.

The Company's Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonic (TIDM) code will change to "ECOR" on both the London and Toronto Stock Exchanges, from "APF" (London) and "APY" (Toronto). The Company's shares will trade under the new name and TIDM on the London Stock Exchange from 8.00am tomorrow, Thursday 6 October 2022, and on the Toronto Stock Exchange from 9.30am ET on 6 October 2022.

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TSX:APY ..................................................

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