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SRES Sunrise Resources Plc

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Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sunrise Resources Plc LSE:SRES London Ordinary Share GB00B075Z681 ORD 0.001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 0.0475 0.045 0.05 0.0475 0.0475 0.05 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels 0 -391k -0.0001 -5.00 2.05M
Sunrise Resources Plc is listed in the Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRES. The last closing price for Sunrise Resources was 0.05p. Over the last year, Sunrise Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 0.035p to 0.105p.

Sunrise Resources currently has 4,095,052,030 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Sunrise Resources is £2.05 million. Sunrise Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -5.00.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/2/2024
17:10
I wasn't talking about reelection Dave not sure where you got that from. I'm talking about the resolutions as per rns
theaviator
04/2/2024
16:45
Aviator if re-election goes against him he will be out of office.We will then need a replacement,this time I think the tide is running against him.
irishdave2
04/2/2024
16:22
1wager a processing plant will cost 10 million dollars. I priced this out hence why a JV was the best way of straight buy out.
theaviator
04/2/2024
16:21
I don't see a better helmsman Dave but he needs to realise he cannot keep on going the way he his hence I won't be voting for the resolutions.
theaviator
04/2/2024
10:36
Two ways which we can move things along.1)aviators proposal vote against P.C. Re-election.2) get agreement prior to his re-election that we put forward our own appointment as a director( non paid ).I will put this to him if someone comes forward.
irishdave2
04/2/2024
09:23
May have to be the way forward now. Nothing is happening ……
1wager
04/2/2024
08:49
1wager how did we manage grinding our first load of perlite. Grinding pozzolan is simple and not much fly ash produced in western U.S.A.better spending what we have than doing nothing like at present.We would rent grinder and other equipment like last time,tolsa cash would cover for about 3 months.
irishdave2
04/2/2024
07:20
Dave we need in excess of $1 million to start a processing plant. $100k won’t cut it. I’m not agreeing with you on the processing side. A cement company won’t mind grinding it. It’s just the market dictates when it will happen and the world is back burning coal! We should have taken an offer when we had the chance.
1wager
03/2/2024
22:13
Aviator I notice P.C. Is up for re-election at a.g.m.what would you advise on this.
irishdave2
03/2/2024
21:56
Barnaby value of both sites is in finished pozzolan product,which cement industry at present buy from distributors.We must produce finished product,then both industry and distributors will take notice.It is the only way we will get full value.The recent dollars from Tolsa should be used for start of production.
irishdave2
03/2/2024
21:40
Let's make sure he doesn't then ;) There's a few of us can swing it here.
theaviator
03/2/2024
19:48
Agree Dave, we’ve no funds left. As you agree how can you put a valuation of billions. I hope I’m wrong but your valuation at this precise moment is pie in the sky. Pc very soon must be looking at dilution. Were all goosed if the happens
barnaby5
03/2/2024
17:24
This is our company!
theaviator
03/2/2024
17:24
I'm against them this time no question.
theaviator
03/2/2024
17:24
Id actually urge everyone to vote against resolutions this time like what happened on tym and he can sit in his hands for a year or two. It'll at least raise sp
theaviator
03/2/2024
12:47
Are you selling up then? PC needs to tell us what set backs TOLSA had. How confident is he that they will commit to purchase?!! Cos without that money I can’t see anything happening unless we go back to the original CRMC with tail between legs!!
1wager
03/2/2024
11:04
Aviator my valuation is $3 billion gross value.P.C. Put a value on of $2.2 billion gross without Hazen site.We must remember that we are not the only company who have pozzolan for sale.Yes as you point out we have things in our favour at present,such as mining licence in place.Only thing against is no funds,this point I have pushed for 2 years now.No funds means no production of finished product,which means we are in a one way road.
irishdave2
02/2/2024
16:01
Not dissing you Dave but you aren't consistent with your posts.
theaviator
02/2/2024
16:00
"Given away due to lack of funds" yet you were saying billions worth a few months back which I didn't agree with. So this is pretty contradictory Dave. I actually placed a value of around 50million on the site which is reasonable and should it sit until an offer made so be it. Value does not change and nor will PC give it away cheap. This I KNOW and the reason he walked away from one large CMRC and was quite right to.You can look up Rio Blanco etc to get decent idea of prices...No it won't end up being given away in fact if folk read what I said the other month ie looking toward 2025 nothing is a suprise here for me. It's an investors game this not traders. Have also said it's not for everyone but I continue to accumulate slowly at a beautiful level :)Now I expect positive news on other fronts too here if folk have read the rnss properly ..
theaviator
02/2/2024
11:21
This is my concern Dave. That’s why I knew the TOLSA deal was massive. It would have given us a back bone
1wager
02/2/2024
10:06
We have enough cash until end of April 24 which means we will be giving away a lot of cream out of C.S. site,unless we find another way of funding.At present cement companies and distributors of pozzolan are grinding at full capacity and unable to grind our pozzolan.We cannot just sit and wait for reaction from cement industry and distributors which to date has failed,they can wait much longer than we can.It is quit clear that plan so far is not working and he needs help going forward. Otherwise it will end like Garfield site,given away due to lack of funds.
irishdave2
02/2/2024
09:06
And there are buyers non contractually obliged to do so because it's their decision in a free market what they do with their money and where they invest. :)
theaviator
02/2/2024
07:55
Poor yaxY - trying to extricate yourself now from your clear implication that even though there are sellers, there are also buyers picking up these shares. Its not a question of them being "willing" buyers - they are contractually obliged to take the shares. Go and learn how stock markets work.
benchmark
02/2/2024
00:20
Benchmark

Oh dear. I give up. I made no reference to the identity of any party, be that buyer or seller. I reiterate any transaction has two parties, a buyer and seller, irrespective of underlying instrument.

You assume that a market maker or any other party lives in a land of make believe, a sort of phantasmagoria. Not so. If a seller sells as you put it to a market maker for any share in which a market maker is involved, then by definition the seller has sold to the market maker who has taken the shares i.e as a buyer of the same. The transaction is conducted at a certain price.

If the market maker then sells the shares to a willing buyer that is also a transaction between two parties. Think about it - slowly, do not exhaust yourself....

yasx
01/2/2024
10:01
"When the market makers are nervous..." Absolutely incorrect. Firstly it's Setssq and automated & algos & secondly market makers make zero money from these stocks.
theaviator
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