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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sunrise Resources Plc LSE:SRES London Ordinary Share GB00B075Z681 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.235 2,217,322 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.23 0.24 0.235 0.235 0.235
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining -0.30 -0.01 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:55:45 O 84,612 0.23 GBX

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17/4/2021
09:20
Sunrise Resources Daily Update: Sunrise Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRES. The last closing price for Sunrise Resources was 0.24p.
Sunrise Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.21p and a 12 week average price of 0.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.10p.
There are currently 3,694,360,238 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,345,248 shares. The market capitalisation of Sunrise Resources Plc is £8,681,746.56.
09/4/2021
20:54
theaviator: It didn't take long, you are correct. Well perhaps he thought the rising gold and silver prices at the time in line with other companies where the share prices were rising would aid Sres? Handy to keep price up perhaps and to keep investors happy whilst continuing to raise? Those were my thoughts. I do think the rising metals market played a part in it. Some other aim shares were flying. Metals will probably climb back up BUT they have been in a 144 month cycle and also correlates to 144 day cycle towards end of May. Technically Sres broke a falling wedge which a good thing but I sat on the sidelines just because I saw better opportunities, however that doesn't negate the fact that technically the wedge did break well and "should" be bullish. News should be due towards the end of this month on that sample? Possibly more news on Bakers gold?Ideally, if he could release news of a JV it would be superb or even give investors more of a clue a about the actual financing? This has concerned me which have probably mentioned before.I like Patrick but sometimes I do wonder if he really understands what it takes to keep share prices going? I remember a few years ago he even mentioned "rerate" on interview and I really felt for him because there was no way the share price would rerate.
29/3/2021
19:09
pistolpete100: Well Irish Dave I'll at least say ur persistent!! - quite simply any serious negotiations would be reflected in the share price - the perlite/pozz/concrete world really isn't that big and as such word would inevitably be getting out in some form - it always does....So, given where the current share price is let's just say I'm not ordering the Aston Martin just yet - that said, I shall maintain my holding - I may even add if and when we get the required level of clarity from the company
29/3/2021
18:41
irishdave2: Entry of second party may delay things.The thing now is to keep eye open for American buying. I hope you will all still be in when it comes,my prediction on share price should be good.Im going to stick with farming from now on will not post again until it’s all complete. Good luck all.
19/3/2021
13:01
janestone: Kodal is a dog, same as icon. The only thing they have in common is death spiral funding, which has somehow caused the share prices to rise. And then collapse. All a bit ponzi if you ask me.
08/3/2021
14:39
theaviator: Hi Jon, Yes I agree that metals would take years in reality. CS is going to take time too and there is large money needed as we now know but definitely worth an investment after raises imho and at the right price. I don't think I'll buy in for Clayton results. Also agreed re sale because it's far too early and not enough testing. My take is Patrick will try to get some income whilst continuing bulk samples and pricing up more acreage with the hope of a JV or possible sale offer at some stage down the line. All good - it just take an awfully long time for these kind of projects really and unfortunately the share prices don't hang around for too long. Well done taking some profits :)
12/2/2021
11:45
jonboycider: Downside risk relative to the Aim market in general. I would say that this is as low risk as it can get. The point being, that TYM drill results could come back with nothing. Sres, drill results could come back with nothing, which I suspect they will. So take drilling out of the equation for both companies and there is only one company that has a viable project at this point in time. Surely the whole point of an explorer is to get to the point that they have a project that they can either mine or sell. Sres is at this point Tym is not. Surely Sres should be the more attractive proposition but it's getting know interest at all. I take your point about the finance. I also think the fact that it's not a precious metal means that it lacks the excitement of other explorers at the moment. With luck the silver results actually come back with a good result just to get some interest in the company from the herd.
12/2/2021
11:13
jonboycider: I can't get my head around the fact that TYM has an mcap of £7m now and all it has are a few holes in the ground. Sres also has holes in the ground but also has a fully permitted mine with $1.6bn of resources yet it's mcap is only £2m more than Tym. Markets are strange. If you were a millionaire looking to buy a business outright. Which one would you buy? Tym at £7m or Sres at £9m. Sres has a pretty much guaranteed revenue stream in the near future and Tym has a guaranteed funding requirement. Based on this, I can't see that there can be only downside for Sres from this position. It just wouldn't make sense that sres could be worth less than Tym at this stage. Let's hope PC is playing a blinder in the background and this multi bags when he reveals his hand.
03/11/2020
06:55
burtond1: Time for the Sun to Rise in Nevada and beyond for @sunriseplc"...with a share price which has risen steadily, the #SRES share price may look to expand a little more like perlite itself if the drilling programme begins to prove the CS project potential...https://twitter.com/tmsreach/status/1323518951607963648?s=21
28/10/2020
13:33
loot2309: Just to jump in between the strange troll attack and the bickering, I dont believe this is all about the profit at all. If the share price was only based on profit then the likes of GGP and EUA would not have almost £1bn mcap when they haven't made a bean. The Share price moves on sentiment, profit and sound fundamentals. Even if Sres don't make as much profit for a year or so because they are investing in the start up you will still see the share price move based on the potential and the committed contracts. Now the amount it will move and how funds will be raised will impact things obviously but you can't say it's all about profit in the short term as that's just not true.
17/10/2020
21:36
pistolpete100: Indeed - this is absolutely coming - although suspect we'll get a sugar high for the rest of the year - a melt up very possible - particularly in US stocks But then I think thats it for stocks for a very long time.... - in addition we could see the $ have a massive spike which will wreck the global economy.... - ultimately tho inflation will come, and so commodities will very much benefit - but pain before that... Good news for the likes of SRES is that a) the share price is already very low b) we may well fair better than alot of companies give the underlying supplydemand dynamic coming into play (no more fly ash) c) ultimately with inflation we obviously get that reflected in the share price - but alot of pain before then.....
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