Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strategic Minerals Plc LSE:SML London Ordinary Share GB00B4W8PD74 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.025 8.33% 0.325 3,353,277 13:42:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.30 0.35 0.329 0.30 0.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.93 0.19 0.07 3.9 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:50 O 218,750 0.32 GBX

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Strategic Minerals Daily Update: Strategic Minerals Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SML. The last closing price for Strategic Minerals was 0.30p.
Strategic Minerals Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.27p and a 12 week average price of 0.27p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.53p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.23p.
There are currently 2,015,964,616 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 14,307,014 shares. The market capitalisation of Strategic Minerals Plc is £6,551,885.
livewireplus: There was another 2.5m share transaction at 9.47 this morn. Advfn showing it as a sell but I reckon it's a buy as it's around the time the offer price increased - another Director purchase?
sleveen: Late RNS: "announces that it was informed today by John Peters (Managing Director), of his purchase of 2,500,000 ordinary shares of 0.1p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 0.3499p per share."
livewireplus: Fairly prompt RNS re 2.5m share purchase by MD. Looks like his purchase today was clocked at 15.31 and the RNS was issued at 18.02.
livewireplus: Dillydally - your attempts to encourage holders in GPH to sell their shares when a RNS came out earlier this month for that company failed - correct me if I am wrong.You didn't post next day when your prediction for the fall in share price proved incorrect - correct ne if I am wrong.For that deramping you were operating in conjunction with oil&gas - correct me if I am wrong.You have suddenly turned up this SML thread with negative views not backed up with facts - correct me if I am wrong.
sleveen: Dilly, SML have been over sold due to lack of credibility that the PEPR would be approved. Anyone selling now after the info on the 3 funding options will regret it later IMHO.
dillydally2: Who you people fooling a bogus share must be lots waiting to dump
gb904150: Well I had a little nibble of some today. The spread is horrific but on a 5 year time horizon i'm hoping it might have closed a bit :) The PEPR decision date for LCCM is nearing the 3 month expected timescale. The Cobre extension I saw as a major plus. You can't make any investment decisions on a rolling 1-year contract. A 5-year commitment means lots of small capex and marketing decisions can be made because it's actually worth your while. By moving to a 5-year agreement there's also a reasonable chance that the next agreement is for a 5-year term. Hopefully SML is now in a position to genuinely add value to their 3 projects with minimal dilution along the way. The copper and tin prices are very supportive.
tomboyb: I remember our BOD saying about 2 years ago that our Redmoor project was further advanced and potentially as good a resource as the (Strongbow) South Crofty project. So, what I genuinely can’t way up now is why is CUSN (formerly Strongbow) market cap at £75m and yet the SML Mcap remains at a lowly £7m? Any suggestions or ideas? Are we massively undervalued and overdue a re-rate? Would be nice to see some of the CUSN investors buying a few SML shares! I've got a few SML and hold CUSN - My stake in CUSN was bigger, but at around 30p had to take a slice off -
sleveen: SML share price suffered in 2019, could it recover in 2020 in response to positive Leigh Creek copper cement production? Post AGM Q&A webinar 29.07.2020: Https:// 12.09.2020 Https:// 10/6/2021 Cornwall presentation Https:// 15.09.2020 Https:// 03/12/2020 Post placing vid Https:// 1/3/2021 Prospective interview Https:// 10/6/2021 Https:// Https:// PEPR approval discussion: Https://
papillon: The charts you asked me for, GD. They are log charts. Hope you find them helpful. Bear in mind I know absolutely nothing about SML. SML has been in a downtrend for almost 2 years after that massive percentage rise in H1 2017. The share price has yet to breakout of that downtrend. Volume is low compared with H1 2017. Obviously the share price is waiting for significantly good news and high volume to breakout of that downtrend. free stock charts from The 50 day EMA has recently risen above a rising 200 day EMA. That's known as a "golden Cross" and is generally a bullish signal. free stock charts from It's almost 2 years since the SML share price peaked obviously after good newsflow. I presume the almost 2 year downtrend is because the share price has drifted down awaiting the follow up good news. The recent rise of the share price above the 200 day EMA is the first time that has happened in around a year. I'd say that the market is still bullish on SML, but it will need good news to break out of that downtrend. free stock charts from I'll post something more later on. ATB
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