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SRES Sunrise Resources Plc

0.0575
0.01 (21.05%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.01 21.05% 0.0575 0.05 0.065 0.0575 0.0475 0.05 10,481,847 09:18:44
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels 0 -391k -0.0001 -6.00 2.46M
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 £2.46 million. Sunrise Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.00.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/3/2024
13:54
1wager they have used calcium silicate rock instead of limestone,it will still need s.c.m. I.e. pozzolan.
irishdave2
26/3/2024
13:22
Refer to Terrafin post on LSE. Brimstone have produced a carbon free cement from calcium silicate rocks!! Getting funded and also may be setting up in RENO to trial. Is this slightly different to pozzolan or is this great for us? Pozz is mainly a aluminous material with traces of calcium!! It’s either great or the final nail!
1wager
25/3/2024
16:06
Thanks Doddman its been a tough few years hopefully it rewards us long term holders
1wager
25/3/2024
16:02
An update is over due on why Tolsa needed an extension into this year….. is it the fact they don’t know it’s commercial quality yet? Secondly a CS/Hazen update in black and white. Not really convinced from a small talk interview which has only been viewed by 300 people!!
1wager
25/3/2024
14:05
I think it's Death by a thousand cuts myself and so bailed a while back. For those left, if you ever see a return on your investment, you will have earned every cent with your patience alone.
doddman
25/3/2024
06:10
I have been very straight up and firm with Patrick in the past, but always remained polite, gentlemanly and understanding as one should. I have to say I never failed to receive a reply or a phone call and he has always given me his time and understanding. Despite what folk say on lse, he's a busy chap. It's no mean feat trying to pull all together with the various projects.Quite honestly, I'm pretty perceptive and I have no question or disbelief with his intent here. Should it all fail, well I took the punt again but I won't be blaming anybody but myself. (Risk reward) Patrick is frustrated himself, this is clear but his intent in developing the CS and industrials is absolutely obvious to me. I am happy to be proved wrong. He also showed his hand recently investing again. Fair play to him and I will be as happy for him as will for my own investment if he pulls this off. Remember, he can't just suddenly pull his gains out of the market. Well he can but he won't.
theaviator
23/3/2024
18:18
I think you’re spot on aviator.
barnaby5
23/3/2024
11:42
And this is why I reinvested here. Not for metals but because we have a proper product, mine ready, permitted & very saleable. Unfortunately I don't have a glimpse into exact time lines but occasionally have been known to have a bit of forsight for potential ;)
theaviator
23/3/2024
11:40
They won't fund perse. It will be funded and a royalty split or the likes as part of deal. If you run your eye back to Kirkland/Boral similar. This is what turns minnows like us into really viable businesses.
theaviator
22/3/2024
19:00
I spoke with PC recently and he was really upbeat that a he will get a deal done by June for CS.
barnaby5
22/3/2024
10:58
The well off partner, funds 'the Venture'.....imo....
gla

nicosevos
22/3/2024
10:56
Question is dave how are sres going to fund a jv if that's whT is on the table
fire2480
22/3/2024
10:48
Spoke a few days ago with him.everything going well,kept pointing out strategic partnership in progress,same as stated during a.g.m.seemed quite positive.Also mentioned alliance a number of times,which I think points towards J.V.
irishdave2
22/3/2024
10:19
He doesn't reply to people whe. He's been questioned or criticised. Toys out of pram etc
fire2480
22/3/2024
08:52
Since PCs last interview which gives us all a little hope has anyone emailed/spoke to him? It seems quiet on all fronts….. CS, Hazen, Perlite, Sepiolite?
1wager
18/3/2024
13:17
Just an observation.
theaviator
18/3/2024
12:15
Hope you’re right. Not many bought into it today
1wager
18/3/2024
12:05
When market makers are more confident they trade in near same price range. ( I.e. they know what’s coming).
irishdave2
18/3/2024
11:54
Why would that matter?
1wager
18/3/2024
11:47
Something afoot.
irishdave2
18/3/2024
11:28
Very strange market today in sres can buy or sell at very near same price.
irishdave2
17/3/2024
01:10
I think bottom was in btw as was a massively long ABC correction down. Five waves in C wave seemed complete to me and why I was quietly loading up lolWe shall see however... don't take my word for it. I'm only a punter like everybody else. Pretty confident one though and believe will make good monies with the average most of us have.
theaviator
16/3/2024
23:38
Not like you to be worried buddy LOL
theaviator
16/3/2024
13:53
If anyone can produce a S.C.M. For $40 per ton good luck to them.At present fly ash is being imported into U.S.A. and distributors are at full capacity.The importing helps us greatly with transport costs.It is all coming together in our favour.
irishdave2
16/3/2024
11:03
The article was focussing on Central concrete a firm in California! But as we say more focus on creating greener concrete is happening all over the world in industry. Let’s just hope pozzolan is part of it and we will all be laughing!
1wager
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