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
  -0.025p -4.76% 0.50p 0.45p 0.55p 0.525p 0.475p 0.525p 1,640,199 11:16:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.7 -1.1 - 3.51

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14/1/2018
19:25
romeike - not sure I subscribe to your analysis. We have a share price which barely reflects a fire sale value of the stake in Thani Stratex, never mind the other interests and cash reserves. My prediction for 2018? We will either see a rejuvenated company with a fresh CEO and a new eye catching project, or (noting the presence of a significant stake building activist shareholder) a takeover bid at 1.5p to 1.75p. The depleted cash pile has simply brought forward the fork in the road and trimmed the acquisition price. Claire for CEO. Best idea you've had yet, although you may have called it a little too early.
aircomm
14/1/2018
18:31
From the last RNS, there will hopefully be a Business Plan published in Q1 along with announcement of a new CEO. We had £2m cash at 20th Dec and £0.89 to be repaid by Crusader by 9th May. I'm guessing their IPO will pay for that which should be within 2 months - they have also just had a $3.3m placing so funds should be available. Not sure at what point the company will be deemed to have turned the corner though. It appears that existing projects are not going to be cash generative any time soon, which would suggest an acquisition is required. As that would require spending money, current shareholder sentiment appears to be against this, so whoever takes over is going to have their work cut out. If the company strategy is to continue with their previous approach of identifying and selling resources, the market does not appear to be eager to snap up these projects. It would also require longer term investment, potentially draining our existing capital which could result in future placings. Hopefully we have news soon so there is at least stability in the share. We need a new direction and fresh blood with ideas and drive to take us forward.
glibgibon
12/1/2018
20:21
Lock them up. Lock them up
juju44
12/1/2018
20:00
It sure is a lesson learned. I realised too late too that the relation between the Stratex CEO and Hannam Partners is open to potential fraud through excessive billing or other dodgies. Too bad the (interim) results never break down their admin costs.
novicetrade68
12/1/2018
15:36
A lesson in investing I have learned - never stay invested in a Company ran by a guy who can't even keep himself fit. Just look at fat crook Marcus with his disgusting belly spilling out of his shirt in those old Stratex interviews. What a disgrace.
romeike
12/1/2018
15:32
Which is where they ought to be now
juju44
12/1/2018
15:29
@laptop no advice intended but it is clear to most I think that currently the bottom is total wipe out, as in be seriously prepared to lose all of your investment. Expect to see them flog their TSR stake cheap and the loan repayment returned to keep the circus rolling but given the frankly absurd levels of salary and fees these guys are skimming each month we are talking a few years at most, by which point most of the directors will be either dead or in a care home. Might as well burn your cash, more chance of a return.
romeike
12/1/2018
15:06
Might buy more at 0.50p and take a gamble
laptop15
12/1/2018
14:05
Bob and the lads will need the rest of that cash for performance bonuses
juju44
12/1/2018
14:01
I'd say a £1m market cap or 0.25p was reasonable. About right for something akin to a cash shell with £2m cash a month ago, poor quality assets, and liabilities draining that cash away from it in the interim. Dilution of capital or assets likely IF this does not go under.
sicilian_kan
12/1/2018
12:36
Were is the bottom here guys?? Getting very low now
laptop15
11/1/2018
21:10
Yes, I agree, stupid in hindsight...
novicetrade68
11/1/2018
20:58
Maybe regarding Altintepe Addisson would be mainly responsible? If it's true there were issues with the contract, you would hope as a sollicitor he would have noticed those.
novicetrade68
11/1/2018
19:44
In hindsight , the opportunity to cash out at 2p 18 million backs should have been taken but the events of the last year could not have been seen in terms of wanton share value destruction. Stitched up over Altintepe and then Crusader. This has gone from one of the best to worst Aim company within 3 years... even 1p now looks an opportunity lost...
highly geared
11/1/2018
16:38
The only competence this shower of idiotic clowns has is filling their wallets with our money and getting away with it
juju44
11/1/2018
15:29
AIM will do absolutely nothing
juju44
11/1/2018
15:20
The last 6 months with this company has been so dodgy even to the untrained eye, so I agree with you romeike that ideally AIM/FCA makes an example out of this company, could brush up AIMs reputation as well (perhaps).
novicetrade68
11/1/2018
15:13
I bought these a while back after being mentioned in Moneyweek/ Lost 48% - bad bad investment. You can't just sit back and watch your money drain away. Broke my 25% rule because it was gold! :(
niggle
11/1/2018
07:28
The company wot Bob built. Well done Bob.
shoggoth
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