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ECOR Ecora Resources Plc

0.80 (0.9%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.80 0.9% 90.00 447,435 16:29:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
89.40 90.00 91.40 88.50 90.10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coal,oth Minerals,ores-whsl 141.87M 94.64M 0.3670 2.45 232.07M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:56:29 O 1,710 89.996 GBX

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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by Ecora Resources Daily Update
Ecora Resources Plc is listed in the Coal,oth Minerals,ores-whsl sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECOR. The last closing price for Ecora Resources was 89.20p.
Ecora Resources currently has 257,856,157 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ecora Resources is £232,070,541.
Ecora Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.45.
This morning ECOR shares opened at 90.10p
Posted at 04/10/2023 05:08 by quepassa
The share price has fallen from 190p in 2022 to less than 100p yesterday.

But during this period, there has not been a SINGLE comment over the last 18 months by a certain poster which is anything other than astonishingly bullish. And no "red flag" such as the clearly tumbling share price graph has ever been called out.

Not a single instance.

And yesterday's comment will go down in the annals of investing as perhaps the most crass and charlatanical of all, namely that "the share price is not material".

Beware that you are being peddled a very false bill of goods.

all imo. dyor.
Posted at 03/10/2023 08:35 by quepassa
"the share price is not material"


Someone who bought at 150p or higher will have suffered a massive capital loss.

Ask them if they think the share price is material to their investment

Have you not heard of the basic concept of RETURN ON INVESTMENT?

If you bought the share at 150p, your yield on investment is very different to someone who buys at 100p.

Thing is that it is 50/50 that interest rates will go higher and if so, this share which trades more like a bond nowadays, will fall further in price.

Posted at 15/9/2023 06:19 by cocopah
Nice sarcastic remark from somebody who obviously doesn’t understand that if you don’t look after the share price and the share price of a company dwindles to zero the company is worthless! The responsibility of the BOD is to look after shareholder interests (and the CEO is their ‘guy’ esponsible for developing and executing strategy) … presiding over a 37% decline in the share price this year is hardly doing that! In fact, it takes some doing to cause that much damage.

To borrow a quote from your acerbic comments … it’s probably time you bought a nutshell guide to company law. If you don’t understand, there’s quite a few things they can do. Here’s two … firstly they could initiate a share buyback and secondly, they could get an accretive paying deal over the line in short-time (they have had quite some time to do this and haven’t). To be fair your analysis of the impact of a share buyback is twaddle.

You can also, buy a nutshell guide to company share valuation if you don’t understand that investors have piled out of the share because they obviously don’t believe in the company’s short-term income strategy and see better income returns elsewhere and in risk-free assets.

Our opinions can differ but your sarcastic attack is unwarranted!
Posted at 14/9/2023 21:30 by 1knocker
If you believe that the 'number 1 duty of the CEO is to look after the share price', it is probably time you bought a 'nutshell' guide to company law.

In any event, what (legitimate) tools do you imagine the CEO has at his disposal to enhance the share price?

Only the enhancement of the business and, to the extent of the authority given to the board, share repurchases. Unless the shares are substantially oversold, which on your analysis of the company's medium term prospects it appears that you do not think they are, the value of the company net of the repurchase price will fall in proportion to the number shares repurchased, with no increase in the share price and no benefit to the continuing shareholders. yYu had better buy a nutshell on share valuation too.
Posted at 31/8/2023 16:23 by quepassa
Almost any resource stock, and especially any that pays out a high proportion of its income in dividend, will have a dire share price record if you select dates to show that result.

Three of the regular suspects mentioned alongside Ecora as similar royalty streamers.

I have used SAME DATES to test your assertion and the self-explanatory results are as follows.

Same time -frame 2019 to 2023.

Share price performance:-

2019 C$120
2023 C$195

Wheaton Precious

2019 $25
2023 $43

Blackrock world Mining

2019 £3.85
2023 £5.88


2019 £2.20
2023 £1.10

Posted at 13/8/2023 07:12 by quepassa
The share graph tells a sad tale.

At the end of 2022, the share price was c. 190p.

Now 110p.

A MASSIVE decline of 42% in under a year.

As I have mentioned before, this share trades more like a fixed income bond.

The decline in share price correlates to the global increase in interest rates which have not yet peaked. Pundits predict that there are still one or two more interest rate rises to come.

Two year gilts yield higher than 5% on a risk-free investment which makes the yield here on a mining royalty stock look poor, especially in a weak year for many mining commodities due to lowered global demand.

Some posters on this bulletin board are married to their positions and are smitten with blind love for this share. A common investor mistake.

The share price graph tells the truth. Look at it.

Posted at 20/7/2023 13:05 by 1knocker
The ECOR share price rewards patient buyers and cynical sellers.

Put in a low limit order to buy and forget about it. I added 10% to my holding at 111 in time for this dividend on a limit order I had in for months (and had reduced at least once).

When ECOR gets close to 200, say 180, put in a limit order to sell at about 180 to 190 !! History tells that you will get back in cheaper

If you look at the 10 year chart I think you will see the method in my madness.

Above all, when it looks as though it might break through 200 don't pile in on the basis that 'this time' its going to break decisively above 200 and hold its gains.

The pattern may change, but I shall need to see that change established for a significant period before I am tempted to revise my approach.
Posted at 13/7/2023 07:25 by cocopah
#LLB it doesn’t work on a total return basis either! I kept the shares after the rise to £1.80 (on the false premise that the BOD might buy an accretive royalty and this would bolster the share price) but I had the good sense to sell most of my shares (just above b/e) when the share price slid and it became obvious that the BOD couldn’t care less about the share price and the 7p (5.26%) divi I was receiving wasn’t going to budge and therefore the share price would likely keep falling (in hindsight I should have sold them all).

You can get way above 5% risk free now so the shares should fall further unless the BOD increases the dividend which the new guy seems reluctant to do. The rebasing of the divi to USD is just another negative for me. I used to like the income potential of this share but I don’t now.
Posted at 25/5/2023 22:18 by 1knocker
Humpty Dumpty asserted that words mean whatever he wanted them to mean - no more, no less. Qp applies that principle to umbers too, apparently!

Even more to the point, I think it more instructive to compare like with like, i.e. to compare the Ecor share price movement with the share price movements of other companies in the royalty sector, rather than miners. Moreover, the share price does not tell the full story. Some royalty companies pay substantial dividends, others small or none. It is the total returns which should be compared.
Posted at 30/3/2023 10:24 by 1knocker
Coco, it looks as though the market has digested the results and come to the same conclusion as you. I don't see why the price spiked on the results. They were at best 'steady as she goes' for me, with nothing exciting on the horizon.

I think it is the dividend (high for a royalty company) which sets Ecora apart and sustains the share price If that comes into question, a triple figure share price could rapidly become double figures again. My eyes are increasingly turning toward Trident rather than Ecora for future investment in the sector.

A lot turns on our battery metals. Cobalt is in over supply at present. and whatever the political rhetoric, the USA is going for gas. From a net importer to the world's largest exporter well inside a decade, with capital flooding into new infrastructure - look at the new export terminals built, under construction and projected - it is pretty obvious which way the wind is blowing. Follow the money. Look at what is happening, not what is being said.

That is to say, obvious to all save our parties of government. They want to clamp down on gas. We shall end up importing vast quantities of the stuff, at inflated prices. it is stupid at every level. What hope our 'green revolution' industry (high energy input)if our energy prices are uncompetitive? And I will begin to believe in windmills as a source of reliable, economic, caseload power when the Dutch have the confidence to revert to them to put the sea back where it belongs!

I bought more Thungela recently. Price 802, with a 142 (net of withholding tax) dividend declared and due within a couple of months. Again look at the facts. Last year more coal (8 bn tons) was mined and burned than in ANY OTHER YEAR IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD. I do wish Ecora had not been so bloody woke and had stuck with coal. With the big high profile lenders polishing their ESG credentials, it is an uncrowded. lucrative market for smaller players. There is plenty of money in fossil fuels for the foreseeable future
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