Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stratex LSE:STI London Ordinary Share GB00B0T29327 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -2.70% 0.36p 0.35p 0.37p 0.37p 0.36p 0.37p 1,134,105 10:01:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.7 -1.1 - 2.53

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27/11/2017
10:25
Is there anything more uninspiring than the perennial failure's return? WTF happened with Altintepe Bob?
steve1905
27/11/2017
10:11
Anyone who thinks bob coming back can help STI in any way is on the wrong planet
juju44
27/11/2017
10:06
@5huu It's none of your business but I considered selling, then decided I wanted to vote. As for why I continue to hold perhaps you should speak with the TSR guys about the TSR assets or maybe have a chat with Peter Gyllenhammar to discuss why he has bought up so much stock. Perhaps if you had held and voted Peter Addison would not now be Chairman. Good luck with your investments.
romeike
26/11/2017
19:32
I honestly can't understand why they did not all go within a week, bring back Bob by all means . . . with a clearly defined brief (made public) and for a clear limited time contract, so there is transparency and clarity from the outset.
rjwoodrjwood
26/11/2017
14:37
Rom, you'll have to educate us all, but why would someone who holds a share representing less than 1% of their portfolio, get so involved as you have done here with Stratex? Surely you would just sell and move on???
5huu
26/11/2017
12:34
@rjwoodrjwood worst case scenario ought to be that the board faces another general meeting, steps are being taken to convince the board to recognise shareholders demands without needing to humiliate Bob by having him voted off the board. Some of us are meeting Bob Foster next week to discuss as much. Bob seems to think he has forever and a day, at 20k a month, to mull over a bright new future for Stratex, but I'd guess that most shareholders don't agree.
romeike
26/11/2017
11:47
@5huu I am in the wrong, of course you have the right to post here as many times as you like about how you sold your shares and hold no position, I am sure all will find such information very useful. And less than 1% actually.
romeike
25/11/2017
17:34
Stratex anti/shareholder/anti/TSRdeal non exec solicitor Chairman’s claims to have some Corporate knowledge and the Corporate Advisor Hallam of huge fees are perhaps close ? So anything is possible I guess. Ransack the available Stratex cash on Admin, Fees Etc. would be par for the BOD. With some jiggery pokery who knows Stratex may be prey to a buy out by littlemore than paper repayment of Crusader’s loans from Stratex net fees. ? Paranoia may be but this BOD must implement the full Requisition general meeting and the TSR deal and go quickly and with some dignity intact imo ?
corguv
25/11/2017
15:25
Is there any possibility they can all hang on until all the money is gone, sell to Crusader for a minimal sum . . . . . Crusader gets an AIM listing for next to nothing, major additional listing of shares . Game over! and we have all (once again) been shafted! I really hope not, but it could happen.
rjwoodrjwood
24/11/2017
23:18
I forgot about that Harry. Some traditions never die.
glibgibon
24/11/2017
22:56
Rom I was actually only responding to Exbiz, who has frequented this board and been an investor like me here for many years. You make a very good point though. Many could say the same about you and all the time you spend on this dog of a share when you declare its something like 3% of your portfolio???Work that one out, for those that care.
5huu
24/11/2017
22:45
Usual Bob magic, do an interview and the share price falls... He is really being paid £20k pcm? If so, I can understand that it's going to take as long as it takes...
youngharry2
24/11/2017
20:10
@5huu You seem to have some fascination with repeatedly coming back to the board to remind us that you sold out. I'd take a guess that no one here is interested in hearing this over and over again.
romeike
24/11/2017
19:52
The very fact they even bothered with a stand at that event just shows you that they are simply going through the motions of running the company how they have always run it with no consideration for what they are actually trying to achieve. No doubt their presence at the event will have cost shareholders thousands of pounds and for what? Is running a stand at M&M REALLY the priority right now?
romeike
24/11/2017
19:44
Well said Exbiz. A very nice summary.I was a bit fortunate with my exit. I sold half when it was reported that the Altintepe negotiations were back on track (thinking I might be able to buy a larger holding back after the peak) then we got the shock news (just days later) about the Altintepe sale, so I dumped the lot immediately. I was only ever interested in the Turkish mine as it really looked at one stage like throwing off enough cash to bring an income as well as fully funding the exploration pipeline. I wish everyone here well and I continue to read and watch with interest. PG obviously sees something here, quite what though is not obvious to me.
5huu
24/11/2017
18:04
As Tad mentioned, Stratex will be at Mones and Money next week, so hopefully as many investors will go and grill the incompetent rabble.... hTTps://london.minesandmoney.com/glexhibitors/stratex-international/
jimbowen30
24/11/2017
15:03
I'm very sorry this has all gone wrong for shareholders. There are a lot of lessons to be learned about corporate governance here for private investors. We will be poorer and companies not as successful until something can be done about openness, transparency and accountability to shareholders. The regulatory authorities really need to do something to prevent these type of mistakes happening again.
blobby
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
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