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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.85p 0.80p 0.90p 0.85p 0.70p 0.85p 3,353,030 14:23:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -2.6 -0.5 - 3.97

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24/11/2017
14:46
@ 5huu As we know, effective exploration companies get commissions, do geology, identify and firm up the technicals for projects. That's how they create value and generate revenue. I feel that the Stratex strategy of hoping for regular cash flow over the more typical peak and trough income explorers usually derive, has more to do with the composition of the company directors than anything else.
romeike
24/11/2017
13:10
They are appearing at Mines & Money next week, I am sure there will be meetings then. Quite convinced there will be more developments in due course.
tadtech
24/11/2017
13:08
5huu The only reason I still hold here is because I was too stupid not to sell out a long time back as I always saw Altintepe as a company maker, hence I'm in a huge hole of my own making. However selling out at a penny is not worth the pain. I would say the only reason many are still holding now though is on the prospect of Gyllenhammer riding in on a silver steed. One can only hope and pray.
exbiz
24/11/2017
12:28
It was interesting to note Bob's comment that Exploration companies need to be self-sustaining i.e with some form of cash flow from producing assets. So Why hasn't he been outspoken about the sale of Altintepe? Probably because it was his poor due diligence on the Bahar contract that created all the problems. As many have said, the guy wasted millions of the companies cash dirt digging and is not fit to serve as a CEO.Right now with the assets Stratex have left, the risks around the loans, cash balance, fees etc, not to mention all the crooks & snakes circling - this is purely a PUNT. One of the worst destructions of value I've ever seen. From 2p to 10p (with significant projected income) back to 1p with virtually no assets (all that will mean significant shareholder dilution to develop them). Amazed many still hold here.
5huu
24/11/2017
11:29
Why isn't it on their website? Why do I have to find out via a BB? Why do we have Bob spouting the same old? Basic errors in drafting resolutions. And flip flopping from none other than our mate Chris 'I would advise my own family against investing in stratex' Hall. Such a bunch of comedians,
shoggoth
24/11/2017
11:15
@shoggoth I've posted several times hinting what is going on regarding TSR behind the scenes. Paul in particular has been very open to speak with other shareholders and if you were so concerned perhaps you could have got in touch with him to discuss.
romeike
24/11/2017
10:52
I abstained fron all the voting. I dont trust any one of these people.
shoggoth
24/11/2017
10:35
The silence from Hall and Foord is deafening. If they have the companys interests at heart why do they not speak up.
shoggoth
24/11/2017
08:59
Jim,Agreed, it's painfully obvious that a top-down clear-out is required rapidly, in order that shareholders can gain confidence that their interests are going to be respected and optimised. The new incumbents MUST own shares bought with their own money, and options should have realistic performance thresholds (and possibly be geared to fresh market purchases?).Sounds simple? tightfist
tightfist
24/11/2017
06:51
Peter Gyllenhammer has taken a stake in Craven House a Merchant Bank that works on mergers, acquisitions and provides finance for the same. Interesting.
observer007
24/11/2017
05:58
Exbiz Actually I have spoken to Bob on several occasions before! FWIW, I think Stratex needs a complete clear out, starting with Peter Addison. The rot starts at the top.
jimbowen30
23/11/2017
22:51
Addison invited Bob back on board, so it's fair to assume he has his support
steve1905
23/11/2017
22:31
Glib My understanding is the other investors in TSR are happy to accept Stratex shares on the terms proposed.
tadtech
23/11/2017
22:27
Frankly I do not know how Peter Addison can sleep at night given recent events. At the meeting the 1st vote by show of hands was for his tenure, 90% of the shareholders voted for his removal, he seemed unsettled but carried on with the remaining resolutions. When the proxy results came in he was visibly relieved that he kept his position, he won by 1m shares, the board almost certainly lost all the remaining resolutions. You would have thought he would have got the message and immediately called David Hall and Paul Foord over to discuss the way ahead, on the contrary.
tadtech
23/11/2017
22:05
Thanks for the reply Tad. Not sure how TSR can sell the remaining 70% though. There are other investors that have a slice of TSR, so there wouldn't be 70% left? I'll keep an eye out for any new releases.
glibgibon
23/11/2017
21:51
As it happens some shareholders will be meeting with Bob over the coming weeks.
romeike
23/11/2017
21:31
romeike, How about shareholders on this board request a meeting with Bob? Again I would urge as many people as possible to contact Stratex and make their feelings known again. It's worth contacting the Nomad too.
jimbowen30
23/11/2017
20:47
@Tadtech I fear you are correct and have said as much to Paul. Even if they get through to Bob, he would still have to convince the board and that isn't going to happen realistically without shareholder pressure and action. I would like forum members here to initiate a requisition now but we can allow some time for Bob to listen to the TSR guys. If Bob isn't at the stage of serious discussions with TSR by mid December I might go nuclear.
romeike
23/11/2017
17:22
romeike Bob Foster does not have a mail account it seems, I got a bounce message some days ago. If you email the company Claire will respond with the usual 'company line'
tadtech
23/11/2017
16:43
Reckon MMs want stock, those 1.111 trades looks like sells, but ADVFN have as buys. I bought a few today, for better or worse, principally due to PG's presence and a poss Board boot out in the future. Their collective "skin in the game" is a pathetic 2%. Enough said.
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