Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stratex LSE:STI London Ordinary Share GB00B0T29327 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.025p -1.79% 1.375p 1.25p 1.50p 1.40p 1.375p 1.40p 300,891 15:47:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.6 -0.5 - 6.43

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26/7/2017
08:18
Don't forget Brexit, cricket, and warm beer!
goldenshare888
26/7/2017
06:17
G'day 100% stake in Lithium project, Portugal, ratified, close to operating mine. New addition for Stratex portfolio after merger. Lithium is the buzz word for you Poms right.
aussiebeach
25/7/2017
15:27
Hopefully a lot of stale bulls have already run for the hills, so that there won't be too much selling pressure on the way to 2p.
novicetrade68
25/7/2017
14:36
I want this to be sustained but frankly the lack of volume gives little confidence. Looks more like MM games with the lumpen
juju44
25/7/2017
13:54
I am wondering if a few wise folk are starting to crunch the numbers and find the Stratex share price, at current levels, too good to be true. I have been adding and think the new merged company will attract a great deal of interest. During the Vox podcast yesterday Marcus implied there may be news other than Crusader. Hopefully so. The fall from 1.85p range seems overdone.
tadtech
25/7/2017
13:34
We've had the stuffing (:-/), now we want the gravy... :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
13:33
We've had the stuffing ( :-/ ), now we want the gravy.... :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
11:56
I have added on recent dip for hopefully a double bagger before Christmas! :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
11:50
Need some volume to make this lift meaningful
juju44
25/7/2017
11:35
I have added on recent dip, hopefully for a double bagger before Christmas. :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
11:20
Fill your boots at these levels, the shares have fallen from 2.5p last October and were 2.2p in February. Heavily oversold. Stratex has acquired a company with a 2.7m ounce gold resource for $15oz in the ground compared to the usual $40-$50oz. Only stale bulls are complaining.
broken_arrow1
25/7/2017
11:04
Marcus reminds me of every estate agent I have ever met (100's), full of hot air and not much good at negotiating! :)) Could this Turkey double in value by Christmas - I think it just might! :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
10:22
I was looking to buy more but not now. Marcus seems to have lost the plot imho.
charles clore
25/7/2017
10:02
romeike I take comfort that the loan was provided by Stephen Copolus who is the largest shareholder of Crusader, holding 20%+, if converted the shares are unlikely to hit the market anytime soon. He wants significant share price appreciation more than anyone! As for as your suggestion that Stratex are buying part of the Juruena project, they are not, the share payments, if made, are project performance based and long standing, based on future high JORC recognized grades if attained. Basically I see this RNS as no more than a housekeeping exercise. The focus should be on the obvious undervaluation of the new merged company compared to peer groups. The post from Aussiebeach was interesting to say the least, plenty in attendance at the presentation which seems positive.
tadtech
25/7/2017
08:51
Today's RNS is quite disturbing. So, not only are we now paying a steep price for Crusader, we appear to be buying a portion of the Juruena project for them and also paying off a $Oz 1.5mil loan. I am supporting this deal despite the near-term hurt it would cause vs. the alternative of cash slipping down the drain on administration and endless due diligence, but, if I am not misunderstanding, this feels like a slap in the face too far. We are providing the cash, without which Crusader are clearly dead in the water. Stratex shareholders should be getting a significantly bigger % stake in the new co. I can't help feeling Marcus needs to be sent back to the table to negotiate a better deal for Stratex shareholders. Not best pleased. I hope I am misunderstanding the situation. It feels like the gap required simply to restore the value of our original investment is slipping ever further away.
romeike
25/7/2017
07:47
I continue to hold for the re-rate.... :))
goldenshare888
25/7/2017
02:28
G'day Fortunate to attend the meet and greet jolly last week where Marcus Englebrecht of Stratex and Paul Stephen of Crusader addressed the investment community. A number of media concerns present as well as brokers, surprised by the high turnout. Englebrecht impressed, seemed focused, has done homework, the aim is to bring Borborema into production promptly + more work at Juruena targeting the high grade areas recently reported, ready to go. News will be rich according to Paul Stephen. Englebrecht addressed some questions about the existing Stratex portfolio, very positive on Thani, mentioned a market release about Goldstone in Ghana, production near term? Both directors talked about increased liquidity in London with a number of funds happy to invest in South America, they expect to see a strong 'after market' I assume that means a re-rate. Spoke to a broker house analyst, considers the merger is good news from an operational & shareholder value perspective. A positive and worthwhile event.
aussiebeach
24/7/2017
19:03
Jim pity the BOD of Stratex anytime after Oksut 2012 didn't offer cash to cooperate with Hummingbird, it always looked at option at that time instead £10m thrown away on drilling and more on GRL, Tembo etc.. Amazing how the Bulls now harp on about Altintepe cheap cash sale when they know that cash is going on admin and dilution sinkhole.
corguv
24/7/2017
16:00
Englebrecht rattled on about how successful Stratex has been over the past few years. What planet is this guy on
juju44
24/7/2017
15:37
Stratex on Vox podcast today. https://audioboom.com/posts/6135296-829-hummingbird-resources-hum-berkeley-energia-bky-stratex-international-sti-and-malcy-on-pvr-pmo-panr-savp-fog
tadtech
24/7/2017
15:03
Not sure if this has been posted: hTTps://audioboom.com/posts/6135296-829-hummingbird-resources-hum-berkeley-energia-bky-stratex-international-sti-and-malcy-on-pvr-pmo-panr-savp-fog I would also suggest listening to the Hummingbird interview, which is a multibagger at this price.
jimbowen30
24/7/2017
14:10
romeike People will be kicking themselves not snapping up what little stock is available at current levels, my limit order remains but unlikely to be filled. Fact they will not sell you any/many says it all. Can see this rebounding to 1.5p/1.6p on an oversold/trading basis alone.
broken_arrow1
24/7/2017
13:07
If I wasn't already maxed out at 5mil I'd have picked up more. Hopefully in October we will see some interest in the new company on AIM that will be sufficient to offset the dilution.
romeike
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