Egdon Resources Dividends - EDR

Egdon Resources Dividends - EDR

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Egdon Resources Plc EDR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.16 -5.23% 2.90 10:04:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2.95 2.90 2.95 2.90 3.06
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Egdon Resources EDR Dividends History

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Posted at 17/1/2023 14:29 by haggismchaggis
Eventually the market resigns the no longer relevant history to history, it looks at what the company has now and in the future, it wakes up and smells the coffee. That time should be now. I can see some smaller ii's picking up EDR, EOG and UJO over the next few weeks (DD takes time!).
Posted at 17/1/2023 08:04 by currypasty
Posted at 06/1/2023 09:30 by currypasty
Egdon Resources plc
Introducing “Elli”, “Steffi” and “Olga” the three new Capstone C65 Microturbines installed on site at Wressle with hook up and commissioning ongoing and expected to be complete later in January. #EDR

Posted at 04/1/2023 08:07 by currypasty

$9m to EDR

Posted at 22/12/2022 07:41 by currypasty
Posted at 20/12/2022 07:39 by currypasty
Posted at 19/12/2022 13:03 by haggismchaggis
I bought 200,000 this morning but they are showing up on the Aquis Exchange listing. I guess my online dealer couldn't find 200,000 on LSE as when I put the EDR ticker in it said "on Market (LSE)", yet my trade has appeared on Aquis.


MCap way too low here considering cash position, profitability and growth, IMVHO it is only going one way, up.

Posted at 04/10/2022 12:59 by lageraemia
Firstly, they are exercised for CASH. The £100,000 from UJO is not an insignificant amount, and more importantly isn't subject to a placing-like skim-scam from bucket-shop crooks like share price Angle leaking the info all over the place. EDR SHOULD be able to put £100k to work in a way that makes a return on capital.

Secondly, I'd consider the UJO 3.11% stake to be 'tight hands' that will not increase the available float of shares in the market. I think Dave B considers a stake in EDR to be a strategic and operational opportunity. There's still a distinct lack of activity on the part of EDR's operated licences......(see my first point about £100,000)

Posted at 15/8/2022 09:02 by gerhart
Can any regulars on here give an unbiased view on EDR v Igas (Incl Frack/unconventional)- which seems to be performing much better. Though I am grateful we're look good too! Or any true neutrals.

My biased view is that EDR, although smaller, is a better option as it's a small well run debt free Co with plenty of standard options still to explore.

It also has a very big main shareholder, taking a very long term outlook. EDR also attracts less of the "mob" so is more stable in its changes.

My suspicion also is that the (friendly) main shareholding, which appeared to be "tidied up" recently, will lead to a take-out long before any actual fracking. I think because they know the potential. But our management, would only agree to back if decent and not opportunistic bid. Which I suspect it would be. Management team most likely to be kept on.

Only key thing weighing against buying, is that there is a huge number of warrants out there, already profitable. So could be taken up and then dumped -assuming no time restriction on sale of same.

Posted at 23/3/2022 10:21 by lageraemia
Interesting idea Curry.

1. UJO already own £100,000 of EDR shars at 2p
2. TAC on LSE commneted that UJO maybe flush with cash, but 'some JV partners' might need to raise to fund work still. Coverting £1.18 (in 18m interest at 11%) into EDR shares is a backhand way of increasing UJO's Wressle stake as well as helping to avoid a placing for EDR which is both expensive and reflects poorly on the other JV through 'sentiment optics'.
3. UJO gain further goodwill from their chief JV partner and there's less likelihood that their joint projects will be delayed for lack of cash.
4. EDR avoiding a placing not only saves broker fees, it reduces the chances of any leaks/insider trading and denies the parasitic bucket shop spivs an opportunity to suck some blood.

Obviously RBD's cash position is another consideration, but EDR aren't involved in West Newton.

As you say, UJO's $4m RNS will occur at exactly the same time as woul a $3m RNS by EDR and EOG. That sounds like a GREAT opportunity for a general update and glimpse of the future. The secotr needs a big day to grab some attention for a story that is starting to look too good to be true.

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