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Ecr Minerals Plc LSE:ECR London Ordinary Share GB00BYYDKX57 ORD 0.001P
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.76 -0.18 16
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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 2.48p.
Ecr Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.73p and a 12 week average price of 1.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.83p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.45p.
There are currently 640,953,913 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 35,307,139 shares. The market capitalisation of Ecr Minerals Plc is £15,703,370.87.
excellance: UFO illustrates how well a junior explorer can perform when the investing fraternity gets excited. i cant say that the UFO share price will hold up or not but clearly there is a lot of interest, and they have only scratched the surface so far. In the case of ECR, this is a gold play, and we know the company have actually drilled at Bailieston Blue Moon, and actually proved grades of - 2 metres at 17.87 g/t gold within a zone of 15 metres at 3.81 g/t gold from 51 metres in BBM007; 3 metres at 3.88 g/t gold within a zone of 11 metres at 2.42 g/t gold from 169 metres in BBM006 - and those were just essentially "wildcat" drill holes, so my guess is that with a focused and extensive drilling program or two the chaps will find a whole lot more! News is likely very soon on a Creswick farm in, and then it's off to Blue Moon, Cherry Tree and Black Cat with our brand new rig to search for that hidden treasure. Are we not streets ahead of UFO in the chase for JORK R and R's?
excellance: interesting that ECR now only have two directors, mr tang non exec chair based in China, salary £100k, and, mr brown director and chief executive officer, salary £130k based in London. they have 2 other admin staff paid £36k between them so they have removed 2 directors in the last year or so, and that position is not tenable going forward and something has to happen. interesting too that michael de villiers was a director of ECR several years ago and secretary at EUA until just a couple of years ago. also of interest is that ECR's main consultant geologist is called Dr Rodney Boucher, and Eurasia Mining's exploration manager is called Alexei Boucher, but i don't know if there is any family link. Seems to me that ECR are about to be either bought out or merge with another company if they don't get that farm in deal they wanted, because we have the prime assets and a silly low market cap, and no permanent staff or office at either ECR or MGA, but we do now have a lovely new rig and presumably we'll hire a team to operate it over the Australian summer. The next month should be very interesting.
jlondon: The Skarb deal of Canada to buy Petratherm on ASX is via 100 million common shares. As said, via link from CEO.CA as above [my earlier post today], Skarb has been halted for the deal. The Skarb shares went up 300% to C$0.50. So, that is C$50 million!!! In £s, that is £27.32 million [£1=C$1.83] ===== Samson Li tweeted: "hm, so does Petratherm become a passive co again? Though this deal could be WORTH US$ 3 0 M I L L I O N TO PTR? 25.8.20 ==== My Comment: I converted C$50m [$0.50 Skarb share price x 100m shares] into £ whilst Samson Li converted it to US$. Petratherm is listed in Australia on the ASX. Its a whopper of a price for what appears to be licences? Kindly check. The reason being the share price of Skarb had jumped 300%+.
tsense: An mcap of c12m, an estimated $a6BN gold resource at Creswick, in one of the most sought after gold mining areas in the world right now and you think the share price will halve. Halve ??? Almost laughable And newsflow is due soon: . Ballieston ground exploration findings update - due August , so any time from next week . Creswick JV deal agreement - can come any time (This is the big one !). 4 interested parties including Newmont. . Ballieston drilling/exploration programme - my guess would be end of August That's why the share price has risen over the last mont and will continue updwards. Just listen to the latest ECR podcast and you will see why this company will move significantly forwards in the next couple of months.
the_debt_collector: Not surprised to see this fall back, the recent rise was on puff, wind and ramping, until this company delivers a JV deal it is simply overvalued. Not to mention the 250m in the money warrants at 1p that will dilute and put pressure on the share price. Why should YOU pay 2p 1.75p 1.5p or 1.25p when the warrant holders only have to pay 1p or 1.125p, you put your money in their pockets? Warrants are destructive to share prices.
greekhovel: This is being ramped across Twitter by 'names' that have links to SI Capital, CEO Craig Brown said that prospective JV partners are unable to make site visits due to COVID restrictions and there will be delays accordingly. Without meaningful news and with, in effect, a form of placing (warrants) of 300m shares around 1p to hit the market the share price will be under continued pressure. Ask, what would happen to the share price if a placing of 300m shares at 1p was announce tomorrow ? The answer is obvious, those warrants are simply a placing in disguise. Do not buy a stock when the RSI is in overbought territory either like now, expect a fall back, at some point to the 1.2p range. This is no Greatland Gold.
jlondon: LoL. "The primary exploration target is the Northern extension of the Ballarat West Goldfield, assumed to be the source of the placaeoplacer gold on the tenement. Next exploration steps include finalisation of drill targets and the implementation of a 3 HOLE, 1000M DRILL PROGRAM, subject to LICENCE GRANT & local approvals. Blue Ribbon is now a priority target for RRAL." [JV between POW & RRR of 49.9% & 50.1%] ==== The RNS from POW came out shortly after the ECR RNS re: Placing relating to discussions. When nobody was interested, ECR did the ground work and took the licence with the anomaly running from the Ballarat mine to Creswick. Ballarat & Bendigo were the main areas of gold mining in the Victorian Golden Triangle. Many may not be aware but to the East of ECR*s Creswick is Daylesford [POW also took licences there], a former gold mining town. To the West of Creswick is Clunes [this is where gold was first found near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, see Wiki] Even before the licence grant is given, POW & RRR are jumping hearing about ECR*s latest RNS [16.7.20]. ECR has done the work before Victoria became the hottest gold postcode. For that, one has to thank Dr Rodney Boucher and Dr Arne, eminent geochemist who did the alteration work on Creswick and conducted past and on-going work at the successful Fosterville mine [9moz]. Allan Green quoted 60g/t for Creswick in his interview? From ECR*s broker report, the Victorian day grade was 15 g/t and Fosterville is 32 g/t. Dr Boucher worked for Perseverance, the original Fosterville mine. Dr Boucher also worked for the co that originally owned Creswick. Creswick*s potential 5moz gold per CEO in his interview/s. Thur, 16 July 2020. DYOR. Kindly check.
jlondon: Brand UK has just tweeted: "SP Hot Stock Rocket*s article: Still early stage one of the hottest geographic areas of interest currently. At 1.7p and up to 1.8p, targeting 2.7p [a £15m cap}. Buy." Brand UK gives the entirety of the said article from share price which is usually by subscription. The article stated: "There are Covid-19 international travel restrictions but the team on the ground continues work. Results statement noted: Victoria Australia continues to enjoy a gold exploration boom & interest from 3rd parties in ECR*s projects in Victoria is strong with several discussions taking place in respect of commercial transactions over our Bailieston and Creswick projects." "...exploration activities in Victoria, Australia having recently included positive findings of an alteration study on RC cuttings from the Creswick project [Mar] and confirmation of Very High Grade gold mineralisation at Creswick by the completion of full bag testing [Nov 2019]. It emphasises its tenement position at Creswick covers approx 7km of the DMS trend & the 2019 drilling only tested 300m of this. ECR therefore believes there is significant potential upside in the project." or === ECR tweeted with pic: "Followed 15km from BALLARAT TO CRESWICK." 6 July 2020. As such, Allan Green in his recent interviews said that the Ballarat mine and Creswick anomaly extends into both licences. Please check. == The alteration study was done by Dr Arne, eminent geochemist who did the past and on-going geochem for the highly successful Fosterville mine, Victoria, Australia [source: last interims recently]. Dr Rodney Boucher is the Chief Geo for ECR and he worked for Perserverance the original Fosterville mine. So, the 3rd largest gold co as reported looking at Creswick will have the above 2 bits of info both from the geology and from the two said geo*s of renown and their own due diligence. Thur, 16 July 2020.
jlondon: ECR on Twitter has just tweeted, 53 mins ago: "ECR Gold Victoria 30-06-20 ECR Proactive Interview @ecrminerals r e m i n d s shareholders of Proactive Interview with CEO Craig Brown about the c u r r e n t status of the Creswick & Bailieston Projects in Victoria." [Embedded is the link provided by ECR] Link: I clicked on the link and its the ECR Craig Brown recent interview re: "Updates on talks with potential partners for key assets in Australia." 30.6.20 --- The above tweet from ECR follows from the Alan Green interview on ECR a few minutes ago.
johncasey: Latest Articles MININGMAVEN on: 02 July 2020 ECR Minerals – right at the heart of Australia’s second gold rush (ECR) The goldfields in Victoria, South Australia are grabbing the world’s attention for the second time in history. Upon the first discovery of the precious metal in the 1850s, we saw this desert area become a major international mining centre. As you can probably imagine, technology has moved on from the hand-dug pits, wooden ladders and dynamite that marked these times. Today, 3D-mapping, drone-based mineralogical studies, and vast national resources devoted to seismic, geochemical and geochronological surveys are unearthing a deeper, second layer to Victoria’s gold rush. The Geological Survey of Victoria now estimates that 75 million ounces of high-grade gold is currently sitting under the earth in Australia’s most southern state. Tax no dampener on gold rush The scale of finds being made in Victoria are so enormous that the local government is even keen to cash in. In January 2020, it announced that mines recovering more than 2,500 ounces of gold a year would be subject to a 2.75% tax. But this has done little to dampen exploration interest. Not least because the state government has been handing out multi-million-dollar grants to mining companies to get their projects underway. What the tax development does mean, however, is that the cost of mining an ounce of gold has risen to the point where only the most well-capitalised projects with licenses to boot will succeed. Enter ECR Minerals (LSE:ECR). ECR has more than a few strings to its bow in Australia. The firm’s main area of interest is the Victoria boom. In Bailieston and Creswick, ECR boasts two enormously exciting and prospective Victoria gold projects. Bailieston is found in the major orogenic Lachlan Fold Belt, while Creswick sits on the Dimocks Main Shale that extends to Ballarat then miles to the south. Bailieston’s location within Victoria Recreating Kirkland Lake’s success Kirkland Lake Gold (TSX.KL) (NYSE:KL) has become the poster child for success in the current wave of Victoria gold interest. In the last five years, the firm’s share price has exploded 2,263% thanks to its ownership of the Fosterville Gold Mine. This has made the company and its investors rich by any standard. Fosterville is the largest gold producer in Victoria, increasing annual gold production by 315% between 2014 and 2018 while also seeing a 540% jump in gold head grade from 4.6g/t to 24.8g/t, according to the national geological survey. Operating cash costs of $130 to $150 per oz are laughably small for a world-class deposit, and the spot price of gold hitting new eight-year highs of $1,759 per oz has done nothing to dampen enthusiasm for the precious metal. ECR’s key tenement of Bailleston sits just 18 miles east of Fosterville and on the same rich seam of gold that has made millionaires of Kirkland’s investors. Trading volume has started to pick up in ECR since it won licences at the start of 2020. But with wider equity markets consumed by Covid-19, attention has been diverted away from a potential goldmine. With the ECR share price trading in a range at around 0.7p, there is huge upside potential to be had. The Blue Moon prospect at Bailieston, Victoria Firms flocking to Victoria ABC Australia reported in May 2020 that more than 80 mineral exploration applications are now underway in Victoria. And it is the UK and Canada-listed companies that have got there first. Top names include Power Metal Resources (LSE:POW), Red Rock Resources (LSE:RRR) and Fosterville South (TSX.V:FSX). The latter of these has this week spun off two of its gold projects at Avoca and Timor in Victoria — bought from none other than ECR — to create a new company, Leviathan Gold, with FSX shareholders receiving shares in Leviathan on a one-to-one basis. Shares in FSX rose by nearly 30% to an all-time high of CAD$4.35 on the news. ECR’s sale of Avoca and Timor to Fosterville South means that – as well as an upfront $500,000 to fund its Bailieston and Creswick exploration – ECR will receive $1 for every ounce of gold discovered, up to a maximum of $2,000,000. Multinational miners are now converging on Victoria, but they have been beaten to the punch to by their nimbler rivals. As a relatively small AIM-listed exploration, the results here could be a kingmaker for ECR.
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