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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06/12/2017
18:36
And doubtless most of it bought for just over a penny. A nice return IF the company is turned around.
romeike
06/12/2017
17:45
PG added again a few million at least by the looks of it.
novicetrade68
06/12/2017
10:46
The results are decent, would need to see cost per ounce but there's a return there to be had from open pit if they can do it cheaply enough. You'd probably want a higher gold price before proceeding though.
romeike
06/12/2017
10:07
Anbat results hardly sparkling. Hard to justify the current Mcap. Very sad the way this company has imploded by mis-management.
kingivor
06/12/2017
09:23
Assume zero at the moment.
shoggoth
06/12/2017
08:45
Does anyone have a view on what value Stratex´stake in Thani Stratex (ca 30%) could have on the basis of recent news?
baner
06/12/2017
08:42
Does anyone have a view on what value Stratex´stake in Thani Stratex (ca 30%) could have on the basis of recent news?
baner
05/12/2017
22:04
News.......... Thani Stratex Announces Initial Resource at Anbat Starter pit shows undiscounted cash flow of US$50.31 M http://thanistratex.com/news/index.php?content_id=67
tadtech
04/12/2017
15:48
More likely PG? Hey ho, no matter there is a buyer.
melodrama
04/12/2017
13:59
Could be PA adding, making sure he stays on the gravy train at the next vote after coming so close to removal at the general meeting.
exbiz
04/12/2017
13:56
Are all the directors up for renewal at the AGM?
romeike
04/12/2017
13:55
Technically this is well oversold now and a bounce could be before long - for what that's worth
juju44
04/12/2017
13:44
Someone appears to be patiently acquiring today in £11k lots
melodrama
04/12/2017
13:15
Just to put Bob's wages into perspective. TYM another company I have invested in over the years and run by a thoroughly decent CEO in Patrick Cheetham has paid it's four directors £149,000 between them for the year. Further Patrick has still managed to buy shares in the company and cut admin to the bone. Not only that he and the board have worked bloody hard under difficult circumstances and have looked to future growth beneficial to all shareholders and not himself and his associates. This has just been rewarded with a prestigious industry award for their project in the US and a potentially company making MOU with Possl. This is not a ramp for another company, I am just trying to establish what hard working and diligent CEO's can achieve against self serving trough snafflers.
exbiz
04/12/2017
11:34
The way I see it shareholders voted on the strategic direction of the Company - a clear choice between the CAS plan versus the Thani Stratex plan - the CAS plan was voted down and yet for reasons known only to Peter Addison we have ended up with a situation which no one voted for.
romeike
04/12/2017
10:37
Me too, but I think he's now surpassed him. With Bell you always had the feeling he was a shark but Bob's worse, he's a spiv in grandads clothing. Plus he's even got the front to return to the well after he's already emptied it.
exbiz
04/12/2017
10:33
Indeed Ex, I used to think a certain Mr A Bell of RRR fame was the biggest crook in town,
steve1905
04/12/2017
09:51
Been looking around over this last week at a number of other shares and doing research, watching proactive presentations with CEO's etc. and one thing really jumped out at me. Other CEO's no matter how good or bad there companies are are full of enthusiasm and vigour when questioned about their companies and its' prospects going forward and yet I watch Bob and for all his faux bravado he just doesn't seem plausible and for a man who has been CEO of this company for years I truly can't believe that he has not after a number of weeks at the helm not put a plan into action. He talks of getting the views of investors but investors gave their views in the general meeting by way of ballot and he has failed to implement them. He is back in the big chair taking more than £20,000+ a month (last stated annual income from STI £252,416) and having field trips to projects he should bloody well know inside out. He should know every square inch of our portfolio and should already have a plan enacted but he doesn't. He's back on the gravy train bluffing as he goes. And it is bluffing as he says he has been meeting with large investors and institutional investors too and I think it is starting to show, for instance Peter Gyllenhammer must have had correspondence by way of a meeting or phone call and he has stopped buying, no other buying has been taking place and anyone trying to sell shares for the last few days will have found it impossible. He's no more than a sponge sucking the remaining bank balance dry when he should be aggressively chasing the instantaneous repayment of Crusader loans and signing off a deal with TS, the fact he isn't and instead is journeying around on company expenses says it all.
exbiz
01/12/2017
14:55
Romeike, was Bob questioned on the Crusader loan and the shenanigans that went on with Ashanti share sale?
steve1905
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