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
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.425p 0.40p 0.45p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -4.7 -1.1 - 3

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22/2/2018
18:24
But how many will there be left still to jump ship? Remember in December when everyone and their dog was selling out here, me included, when it started to dawn that we had been truly shafted.
novicetrade68
22/2/2018
16:03
Approaching the dizzy heights of 1p. Apparently Bob’s found some large nuggets at Dalafin. Turns out they were chicken nuggets...
highly geared
22/2/2018
15:42
Many Thanks to the mugs buying in today!! That is me out with the last of my unwanted shares sold. This company won't exist in a few years time. You were warned. This is my last post here. It's been emotional.
romeike
22/2/2018
14:06
Personally I'm hoping something is coming out of the below and who knows we might be hearing something within the next month or so. 'Dalafin (85%) At the Dalafin gold project in Senegal, we are pleased to announce that discussions regarding joint-venture financing, as announced on 21 December 2017, are advancing well with our identified partner and that the Board hopes to conclude the deal before the end of the quarter. We will provide a further update on this in due course.'
novicetrade68
22/2/2018
14:05
We've seen it all before: cash and sum of parts way in excess of the market cap. This should have been attractive to investors but sadly the directors one way or another have managed shareholder's cash and assets whilst rewarding themselves handsomely. Ridiculous that STI with such a small market cap and no visible means or early prospect of washing its own face retains a stock market quote, offices in central London and a board of directors. Said it many times before, the directors need to end the misery by selling up and distributing the residual cash to shareholders.
youngharry2
22/2/2018
13:52
Been looking at the Thani-Stratex website, they say they aim to IPO their Djibouti project, this listing could be worth £3m-£4m to Stratex alone. The rest of Thani-Stratex could fetch £2m-£3m Dalafin is on the books at £5m The shares look a pretty decent recover bet, the asset suite Stratex hold is worth far more than the current £4m market valuation. hxxp://thanistratex.com/news/details/index.php?content_id=70
observer007
22/2/2018
08:00
They will get the loan back, it is secured on all of Crusaders assets and attracts interest of 12%, a recent statement from Crusader shows it to be A$1.575m. Marcus Englebrecht is appearing at a Proactive event tonight. I have been buying Stratex shares BTW, £3.9m m/cap barely covers the value of the 30% Thani-Stratex stake.
tadtech
22/2/2018
07:33
It's secured against Crusaders assets...
shortarm
21/2/2018
23:45
Was the loan not secured? Can't remember now.
glibgibon
21/2/2018
10:23
I am suggesting the full damage has not been revealed and that some costs, and therefore the reporting of those costs to shareholders, has been deferred. I am also writing off the cash sitting with Crusader until such time as it is returned. Should Crusader fail to list on AIM I believe that they are more likely than not to default on their loan to Stratex.
romeike
20/2/2018
20:30
romeike, I share a lot of disdain with you for these charlatans, but I simply cannot fathom they would currently have less than a million in cash left unless they have significantly stepped up their post-Crusader cash burn.
novicetrade68
20/2/2018
15:49
Sorry Observer - your optimism is well intended but this is not a bargain even at 0.215p a share. I would not be surprised if right now they have less than £1 million cash. This recent "deal" is an emergency cash raise to see them to June, when they hope to get cash back from Marcus, nothing more. This management cannot be trusted to act with even a basic level of competence and wheeling in Bob's mate from Canada changes nothing. I keep saying it - better opportunities elsewhere.
romeike
20/2/2018
12:23
Observer, that's why I bought half of my shares back in this ground-hitting company and even paid almost 20% less for it, because imo negative sentiment overshot itself by too much in too short a period, esp. in December last year.
novicetrade68
20/2/2018
12:20
Over the years, I've often felt this can't go any lower. I've been wrong every time. I maybe wrong now and this will rebound, but you have to ask "do you feel lucky'
steve1905
20/2/2018
12:05
Posting from overseas so time limited I think one has to consider the ultra low company value of about £3.5m right now compared to what is left. I believe Hannan & Co valued the Thani Strtex stake at $5m The valuation of Dalafin was $3.5m The valuation of Muratere was $1.2m Cash of $3.5m That lot equals about £10m at current exchange rates or 2.15p a share. They are also talking about JV's and more about ThanI Stratex + the new CEO starts in March. It would not take much to get this back to 1.5p IF they can get some value from these assets-projects. There is hardly any stock on the offer, its been like this for a while, thankfully Englbrecht and the wretched Crusader deal are history, at some point one has to start looking ahead.
observer007
20/2/2018
10:27
It still beggers belief how they could waste $4-4.5m in less than 6 months, it makes Bob's 'hit the ground running' comments last week nothing short of hilarious ;/
novicetrade68
20/2/2018
09:35
Reality might be hitting home at Crusader. Engelfekt up to his old tricks, I hear he is wanting to flog their lithium projects cheap - same old story. He also had his bonus plan boosted, tucking the announcement away at the bottom of a statement about the possible AIM listing. I hope for Crusader shareholders' sakes the listing is rejected and he is thrown out of the company.
romeike
16/2/2018
13:29
That RNS made me think of that old TV show - Game for a Laugh!
bo doodak
16/2/2018
11:55
Admin costs quoted in last years end of year accounts state £2.81 million was spent on administration costs. However with the disastrous Crusader debacle where many millions evaporated within a few short weeks this years due in the coming weeks is going to be spectacularly higher perhaps around £7.5-8 million. No doubt there will be a delay in the EOY. However on the back of this yesterday's news that the company had cut a crucial deal that could see US $50k (£35,550)being deposited into STI accounts on the imminent signing of the Hassancelebi deal all shareholders that are still on board can be reassued that the company will now have additional funds to pay admin for another 3-4 days. I say 3-4 days as the bod have allegedly undertaken strict money saving procedures in the best interest of it's shareholders such as not flushing after number ones and cancelling their membership of the periodical Spiv's Weekly. But please be assured "The Board continues to look at a number of flagship projects that could provide the next phase of growth to Stratex, whilst also remaining focused on near-term ways in which we can deliver value to shareholders from our existing portfolio." Now if they can just pull off another 60-150 more of those monster deals that they did yesterday in the next 12 months that'll be the admin sorted for another year and they can get back to plucking those low-hanging fruits that they've been so good at for the last umpteen years.
exbiz
09/2/2018
19:27
I was referring to the cryptocurrency, XLM.
romeike
09/2/2018
14:22
I see XLM has a much more serious price trading at 171.00p, that's not going to buy me many shares with the tiny sum I repunted here. Actually over 75k STI goes to NT at the moment, so I reckon you could sell a lot of shares in one go at the moment.
novicetrade68
09/2/2018
10:51
No not at all. This management team are a massive liability and their new mate looks just as bad. Dalafin's been in the bottom drawer for nearly a decade, now we are expected to believe it is the thing that will "save the company", or in reality does it just give them an excuse to raise cash to keep the sorry show on the road. Meanwhile Bob's comments on copper and muratdere quickly shoved under the carpet. IMHO putting your money back in here after all the games they pulled this year is utter madness, particularly when there is so much opportunity coming up out there with markets falling globally. Not intended as advice but I would suggest getting your hands on a few thousand stellar lumens (XLM) or staying in cash until the dust settles on the markets and look for a cheap stock with a good management team that respects its shareholders instead of one that spends £4.5 million trying to %^& them over.
romeike
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