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
  -0.05p -3.64% 1.325p 1.20p 1.45p 1.375p 1.325p 1.375p 50,000 16:16:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.6 -0.5 - 6.19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2017
09:12
Talk on Hotcopper is that Stratex are presenting the company across Australia, I have no doubt once the merger completes this could become a hot stock, more-so if the gold price stays firm.
tadtech
08/8/2017
11:36
Good luck Bast. A number of us here have a number of million shares in Stratex and are equally desirous of a good outcome. The first 18 months or so could make or break the new company.
romeike
08/8/2017
11:19
I am a Crusader Shareholder hoping that this merger is the start of big things for both Stratex and Crusader Shareholders. There was a number of positive announcements from Crusader before the merger was proposed and I believe that this will follow after the merger (please take a look at the announcements on the Crusader website to gain a better picture). Seems to be a lot of negative sentiment from Stratex shareholders but look at the final picture. We will be cashed up with at lot of gold in the ground. If we ever get a turn around in the gold price then this could really fly. Spent some great time living in the UK. Enjoyed living in Wensleydale and cycling the hills and testing the local pubs. Surely as Aussies and Poms both sides can both on board and get Borborema with its 1.6 million ounces of gold over the line, we would be a mid tier gold producer and worth much more than our current market share (I have sold all my other shares and have put all my portfolio into Crusader so I am a true believer).
bastiat79
08/8/2017
10:06
The Newco based on current share prices will float with the in ground gold resource priced at only $13oz compared to a peer average north of $50oz. Another factor, not entirely made clear by the presentation, is over 50% of Crusader shares are held by only 20 entities, major shareholders hold around 45% of Stratex. The Newco stock will be tightly held and quite illiquid in the market. I think there will be a significant PR pump of the new Stratex once the merger completes also. Buying Stratex now will be the easiest way to get in at near bottom in my view, the Co is valued below cash currently, this is why I have been adding. DYOR
tadtech
08/8/2017
09:30
It is worth noting that Brazil is one of the world's biggest exporters of Turkey, especially Christmas Turkey. Stratex's lack of a bar in the bar chart looks a bit sad :( "Stratex trading at less than cash with no value attributed to assets" - The problem with this is that it is going to require a monumental effort for new co directors to overcome the hostile sentiment. At the very least it's going to need regular, positive news flow.
romeike
08/8/2017
09:10
Cannot recall, ever, such a scenario for a listed company "Stratex trading at less than cash with no value attributed to assets" The chart (below) suggests potential upside of 4 to 5 times current levels. http://www.stratexinternational.com/public/site/filemanager/Stratex_Merger%20Presentation_8th%20August%202017.pdf
tadtech
08/8/2017
08:39
Someone is doing their Christmas shopping early!
goldenshare888
08/8/2017
08:26
Unfortunately, there seems little appetite for this Turkey yet, maybe closer to Christmas? I pencil in 2p for year end.
goldenshare888
08/8/2017
08:09
This morning's RNS is more like the stuff we want to see. A bit of excitement for once. Keep em coming.
romeike
07/8/2017
13:47
Market is obviously pleased at Englebrecht trying to pocket whats left of the family silver
juju44
07/8/2017
11:08
"I do not know where you get the idea Crusader shareholders are in 'huge profit' on the contrary." - You didn't read my post properly :( I said the same thing you just said.
romeike
07/8/2017
10:36
romeike I do not know where you get the idea Crusader shareholders are in 'huge profit' on the contrary. They are desperate for the deal as Crusader shares have plummeted as a result of the losses and subsequent cash drain at the Posse Iron Ore mine. Crusader market value has dropped from around $80m to the current $30m. The stock has also been valued as an iron ore producer not a gold play. The sale of the Posse mine last week rids the new entity of any operational cash drain and leaves the Newco clean to be re-rated as a near term gold producer with a significant resource. I expect to see the new Stratex promoted aggressively, the new Twitter account shows just about everyone in media there, including a few from the mainstream press.
tadtech
07/8/2017
10:17
I agree a significant re-rating is reasonably likely. I just hope it is enough to compensate for the dilution of Stratex holders. Some have mentioned Crusader holders being in huge profits and selling 'en masse'. I am not sure about that. A few may indeed have bought in at recent lows and make a good return but I suspect a majority will still be sitting on large losses even after the deal goes through. Expecting a lot more buys than sells on new co launch day.
romeike
07/8/2017
09:58
Yes it's a sad story. I was out the moment they sold Altintepe. I thought that was bad enough, but the events of last 3 months are truly remarkable.
5huu
07/8/2017
09:18
The Muppets are those who listened to the continuous pumping of Stratex day in day out all the way down this 'long and Winding' road to the diminished Cap and Share Price today . Projects sold off pre-production, cash frittered away on profligate Admin costs and the Board's costs, mates and whims. Whilst like a record stuck in a grove they chant rerate, cheap, rerate, cheap and it goes down again. Stratex is now going to be submerged in a flood of dilution to pay for ' mine development' and yet more Admin and Directors Goodies.
corguv
07/8/2017
08:56
STI always has been a vehicle for directors to fill their pockets at the shareholders expense , so nothing new here. He never bought a single share
juju44
07/8/2017
07:53
Having spoken to the CEO they are looking for a market capitalisation well north of £80m. Also of note is that Stephen Copulus will have around 20% of the equity, he is no mug, brought Jim Rogers onto the board so has contacts! A significant re-rating of the new group seems inevitable.
tadtech
06/8/2017
18:19
Looks like the trolls operating elsewhere have shot themselves in the foot thinking the 1.75p option award is generous. It equals £43m m/cap. The new CEO makes no money until the shares are well above that right! They suggest a post merger £43m m/cap is easy work, that's good, once it is reached I will be significantly in profit, so will anyone else buying in at current levels! What a bunch of muppets.
broken_arrow1
04/8/2017
15:45
Whose Goal ?
corguv
04/8/2017
11:53
As I said. He could take 3 years off and still hit the goal.
romeike
04/8/2017
11:42
Concerning the STI post valuation. Total Shares (post deal) 2,455,411,276 at 1.56p (the deal price) = £38.3m Enterprise Value The uplift to £40m would represent a 4.4% increase
carribeanpension
04/8/2017
11:32
I can't see how KPI 1 matches the STI/CAS deal structure. The combined company will not be worth £40 million. Though if you take Crusader assets as worth about £30 million then I agree that in theory he could basically spend three years on the sick and still get the pay out. The £8 million cashflow over 3 years KPI is pretty rubbish though I grant you, they need to be doing a lot better than that to justify this deal. I think they probably should have got a mine operating before lining up the trough. Will be interesting to see where the cash is going to come from to pay for all this profligacy. 18% drop in share price says it all really.
romeike
04/8/2017
11:29
these people are gangsters . They all get rich for failure .
juju44
04/8/2017
10:55
The Option KPI triggering details are as follows: Under the terms of the award, the LTIP Options will vest if: 1) The Company undertakes a significant merger, acquisition or other corporate transaction which increases the Company’s market capitalisation to not less than £40 million, and with a projected cash flow within 3 years of £8 million, within three years of the grant date; OR 2)If within three years of his appointment as CEO of the Company, the Company achieves a target market capitalisation (measured over any 6 month rolling period) of £80 million. The Options are triggered if either the KPI's in ONE or in TWO, are met. And low and behold the KPI's in ONE actually match the STI/CAS deal structure. Its akin to marking your own homework. The STI board appear to be mesmerised by this deal and see it as some sort of nirvana. BUT the reality is that a number of other players (wiser) have walked away from the Crusader deal and/or the Brazil licenses over the last 6 years.
carribeanpension
04/8/2017
09:42
How are the goals set within the tolerance of the deal? Just merging the companies doesn't equal an 80mil cap company with 8mil annual revenues?
romeike
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