Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ecr Minerals Plc LSE:ECR London Ordinary Share GB00BYYDKX57 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.075 -4.17% 1.725 4,943,141 13:41:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.70 1.75 1.80 1.725 1.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.76 -0.18 17
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:42:10 O 61,828 1.72 GBX

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Ecr Minerals Daily Update: Ecr Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ECR. The last closing price for Ecr Minerals was 1.80p.
Ecr Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.63p and a 12 week average price of 1.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.68p.
There are currently 985,528,390 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,215,500 shares. The market capitalisation of Ecr Minerals Plc is £17,000,364.73.
pete_edwards: He did say it was a mistake and that ECR will give PI's a say in future fund raisers so I'm happy to let it under the bridge. In the grand scheme of things a cheeky fund raise won't be remembered. What we need now is a solid plan and good flow of news.. There's plenty to be excited about.. Result's from more targeted drilling at HR3 Results from HR4 (or wherever they go next) License updates (5/5/21 was the appeal deadline) so should be granted any time Creswick battle plan + info on contractors JV (as and when) A surprise or two I'm sure I've missed a few things out but any of those are due any day and any one could send us way past the placing price and beyond. I know some are dwelling on the negatives but there's been so much bad energy here recently it's time to think positive. The countless posts bashing CB etc will have done sentiment no good and contributed to the decline. I think ECR are ready for a renewed climb with lessons learned from the BOD. GLA
soulsauce: He set the 2nd broker on and was obviously aware of their modus operandi. I have yet to work out what it was but the broker arranging it and apparently being unable to say no when the share price had fallen back so much is ridiculous, especially given the amount of cheap warrants he also signed up to.
pete_edwards: Picked up another 150k. Crazy price considering the share price hit 4p on the excitement of a few holes at HR3. just think what'll happen when we start getting Creswick underway (late April early May!). GLA
excellance: I think the difference of opinion is that I see low prices as a great opportunity, while OB1 sees it as painful. I believe that ECR will find gold, so this painfully low share price will be short lived, but if they don't find gold then the share price is still too high. The question therefore is what are the chances of them finding gold, and do you believe that they will enough to put your money on the table and buy the shares?
cblandy: As shareholders, ECR are required to consult with us for certain issues so our voices can be's a requirement. Other than that there is no requirement for them to consult with shareholders on how ECR should run on a day to day basis for every single business decision. Our trust is placed in the BOD who oversee that. I watched the interview with CB and, ok, he may have appeared uncomfortable in that environment but it doesn't mean that he's uncomfortable doing his day to day job. Investing in companies like ECR is not like running in a sprint race....more like a marathon.
spangle93: In theory, the role of the non-executive directors is to represent shareholders on the board. In practice can we ask how the NEDs allowed this history to happen? Unless by "shareholders" we're taking a selective view? As for excellance's idea that you can't be cashed up to 2023 AND bring 2-3 rigs into action... well, that's true indeed. But bringing in another rig is a discretionary activity, therefore there is no rush to get the money, no specific placing size, and no need to go deeply discounted, with further dilution and price growth stagnation through warrants. Is that how you'd manage your household accounts - no, you live within your means. There was quite enough going on to move the share price positively with a one-rig, funded drilling campaign using Midas, and a potential CV at Creswick. Get the price higher, THEN do your dilution if it still makes sense.
excellance: I don't get why you two are so upset by a little placing to accelerate and expand exploration. Surely we want them to accelerate and expand exploration? If you recall, GGP signed a deal to accelerate and expand exploration, but it cost them 70% of their primary asset. Would you prefer that kind of shafting? Their share price went ballistic on the back of that deal before coming back to reality. Now, ECR have spent 18 months reorientating the company and raising capital, to get a drilling program and squad together, to drill all year. CB said that he may get 2 or even 3 rigs in, and that we were funded to 2023, but I doubt he meant both of those things at the same time. So it looks like we're taking the multiple rigs option, to accelerate and expand exploration, to maximise the opportunity while minimising the cost to us. All will be revealed, be assured, there's really no need to fret. Now, compare that with CHF, where they drilled all year on an abandoned but not depleted copper mine, on an island giving it's name to copper, and a child with a toy spade could have done better if you believe a word of MF, yet polymetal happily plough in £2m, but what will they bring to the table? What is the nature of our cosy alliance with the Russians?
spangle93: "I'm sure that the boys on site with their XRF scanner have a good idea of what those cores contain, but we'll have to wait for the assay results from the independent lab to confirm." If cores from these wells contained good news, then surely it would in EXISTING shareholders' interests to announce preliminary results, post pictures in twitter, whatever, to give the share price a boost, so that if a placing genuinely is needed, conduct it at a higher price with less dilution. So either the results are pants, or, well, the alternative has been well covered in previous posts
excellance: This is a totally different beast to that of CHF. Chesterfield at 15p was in a precarious position, needed to deliver top notch assays, but disappointed the market. I've been accumulating those at 9p since awaiting the summer season. Here at ECR, there is a lot of expectation due to several interviews done by CB, and the share price responded by hitting 4p. Financiers sold into the rise passing the risk to Joe public, who have zero patience, and CB will do what he always does and release assays on his terms when he is ready, so expect a long wait like last time 2 years ago. The long wait will cause many impatient punters to bail out, and the share price will drift. I have a core holding but wish to double it, and will quietly add as the share price falls and as cash becomes available, and of course we get a new ISA allowance in two weeks to consider. ECR is perfect for an ISA because of the potentially massive upside. Same as LEX.
yasharsad: Excellent interview thanks for sharing. I have bought this only when they were at 3p. Honestly, based on other companies performance, I think easily the share price would be at18p region at this stage. Look at geologically high significant area.A very experienced team lead.All the tools in one place.Cash in bank.It is a no-brainer. All we need is a positive result to run the share price much higher than it is.
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