Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tri-Star Res. LSE:TSTR London Ordinary Share GB0033646281 ORD 0.005P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.0025p +6.67% 0.04p 0.035p 0.045p 0.04p 0.035p 0.035p 20,913,792 14:00:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Metals 0.0 -3.6 -0.0 - 25.54

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20/1/2018
15:05
Of my Excess application, I received 30.86%, via Barclays. The Basic assured grant plus the Excess application amounted to 33.97% of the total application. Presumably many of Barcs TSTR holders didn't apply for some or all parts of the Offer. The excess cash was returned to my Barcs account 17th Jan. Just for info. f
fillipe
17/1/2018
14:29
No assets so another cash call soon.. Waldof has direct line to Odey,,,,loGotta love the hedge funds..
wiserthanyou
15/1/2018
14:45
Hopefully we have stabilized. I am still thinking that when everyone gets their cash back from the Open Offer they will buying in and I doubt it has been returned yet. Any thoughts on whether another cash call will be needed or do you think now we are so close they can fund by other means if needed?
spagboll
15/1/2018
10:05
I could not agree more
solarno lopez
15/1/2018
10:04
Odey is not going anywhere, nothing further from their mind.
waldof
15/1/2018
09:43
nice tick up today
solarno lopez
15/1/2018
08:54
Thanks Doc
solarno lopez
13/1/2018
14:46
Dr Rosso An excellent post - a 4 bagger would be great but atm just happy to get my money back. My average after the oo is 0.0543p. Suet
suetballs
13/1/2018
13:22
No way that Odey investment group is going to see this through production. Mode of operation is to invest, exit with profit. Likely endgame is straight sale, so how much will it go for? 11bn shares convertible at 0.2p holding as at end of year. Loan amount? 30bn added at 0.01p as at Jan 2018, for which he has paid £3m Let's make a round figure and say Odey has shelled out £10m to the Co. 63bn shares at 0.03p gives TSTR a mkt valuation of £18m. Odey's 41bn are currently worth £12m So far, not too fantastic for Mr Odey. £10m has turned into a paper value of £12m. Fast forward 12 months. TSTR in production likely to see its value rise to £100m (SPMP prob realistically valued at £250m) At this point Odey could sell up. 65% share of TSTR gives him £65m T/o would be in the region of 0.2p per share. Doesnt sound too good. However, those who have accumulated around the 0.1p mark + taken up the oo, will prob be sitting at an average of 0.05p. in the end, it's a 4 bagger. 10m shares acquired at ave 0.05p = £5k. Sell at 0.2p = £20k.
dr rosso
13/1/2018
13:00
Good article by Winnifroth 11 Jan. The scourge of the start-up shells is not ranting about a scam. I can see why holders of Tri-Star Resources (TSTR) would be less than impressed with the recent open offer, especially given the huge discount to the share price prior to that. This isn’t a company which I have really followed closely in the past, but the recent large fundraising at a 92% discount to the previous share price, and subsequent approval at the general meeting this week, got my attention. The company owns a 40% stake of Strategic & Precious Metals Processing, a private company in Oman, which is developing a project to produce 60,000 ounces of gold and 20,000 tonnes of antimony annually. Now this isn’t some project which is in the early stages and years away from producing, if ever, and revenue from it is very close to being realised as an antimony roasting plant is currently being constructed and has already been 70% completed. The big problem for a small outfit like Tri-Star has been maintaining its effective share in the project and helping to finance Strategic & Precious Metals (SPMP) through to production. The latest update mentioned that there had been delays to the expected timescale, and that first production is now expected in Q2 2018, rather than Q1. But by the end of H1 2019, the plant is expected to be running at the expected capacity, and a dividend should be paid by SPMP for the full year 2020. Tri-Star put a further $6 million into SPMP at the end of November via a mezzanine loan – the overall cost of the project had risen from $96 million to an expected $110 million, and the company is also having to work with its other partners and the banks in order to find the funds that it needs. But I would be surprised if there was a problem with that at this stage, given the progress of the project so far. In order to fund that investment, Tri-Star had to issue $6 million in loan notes to its two biggest shareholders - $3.4 million to Odey European and $2.6 million to OEI MAC Inc – but both are controlled by Odey Asset Management anyway, which collectively holds 53.84% of the company. Under the terms of those loan notes they had to be redeemed by either June 30 2018, or earlier if an equity raise took place. That was exactly what took place just a few weeks later as the board decided to carry out an open offer to clear a chunk of that debt off of its balance sheet – having already cleared £11.4 million earlier in the year to leave it effectively deleveraged. The open offer raised a total of £4.4 million, prior to expenses, and was carried out on the basis of 2.250106 new shares at 0.01p for every share previously held – based on the closing price prior to that announcement, that would imply a share price of around 0.045p post the open offer. The proceeds of the open offer, which has just been approved at the general meeting on January 8, will be used to repay £4.06 million of the loan notes – leaving just $500,000 or so outstanding by my calculations, depending on how interest has been paid (the loan was at an annual rate of 25%). It will also leave the company with £250,000 of working capital, but I doubt that will put it in that strong a financial position, as it spent £230,000 on the loan notes – 3% plus £100,000 – and typical admin expenses are in the region of £70,000 per month. At the last accounts up to the end of June it had £1.1 million in the bank, but I would now estimate that to be around £600,000 or so (allowing for the deduction of the interest payments on the loan notes). Allowing for the fact that it will need to pay back a minimum of a further £370,000 to clear the loan notes at the end of June, plus at least £46,000 in interest during that period, that only currently leaves it with enough cash to meet its admin and general running costs up until the end of March before it needs to consider raising more money again – either that or it leaves it until June, which it has enough in the bank to do, and then raises enough to clear the remaining loan notes as well as raising working capital for the foreseeable future after that. There is obviously value in this project otherwise Odey wouldn’t be continuing to support it financially, and to be holding such a large chunk of stock. But it will be interesting to see whether there are further increase to its position, via TR1 notifications, after January 12 when the open offer shares are expected to be admitted to trading. I would expect that any open offer shares that weren’t taken up by other holders will have been snapped up by Odey, assuming it was given the chance to do so. Given that the Oman project does look attractive – gold is showing signs of strength and antimony performed well towards the back end of 2017 and was as high as it has been since the end of 2014 – and that the market cap of Tri-Star is just £6.9 million odd, I will be very interested to see what the intentions of Odey are here. When the deal was done earlier this year to restructure the balance sheet in return for giving Odey a big stake, that came along with a waiver which meant that it didn’t have to make a compulsory takeover bid, despite holding well in excess of 30% of the shares (54.27% at the time). But with the Oman project now close to completion, I would be very interested to know if the view of Odey has changed and whether it might now be interested in looking to take the company private. Based on the project alone, I think that the shares here do look quite cheap at the current price of 0.04p on the ask – even just in light of the open offer implying a value of 0.045p – and I would expect to see further support from Odey, assuming of course that it doesn’t decide to try and grab it for itself on the cheap. The big worry here would be financing the continuing running of the company through until those likely first dividend payments in 2020 – I wouldn’t be rushing to sell if you are a long term investor, but I also think that the share price could become cheaper as further fundraising will be needed before the summer, so I wouldn’t be in any hurry to buy either.
dr rosso
12/1/2018
12:40
Just as soon as they let the chosen few get out this will plummet.
wiserthanyou
12/1/2018
10:34
The order book will be full on the sell side.
wiserthanyou
12/1/2018
08:57
Just need to have some Alka Seltzers on standby Suet. Bound to be some mkt indigestion but if they go much lower i will be in... https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-01-12/world-s-commodity-engine-roars-to-another-record-with-xi-at-helm ...get the environmental curbs bit............exactly as the co' was saying. All very jolly going forward.
waldof
12/1/2018
07:21
Let's see what the market opening brings. Probably some volatility as some will undoubtedly offload their oo shares. Suet
suetballs
11/1/2018
13:25
66m = £20k.........a HUGE amount, a mere bagatelle dear boy.
waldof
11/1/2018
12:18
Oh i see........so the mkt cap of TSTR has nothing to do with their 40% stake in SPMP? You have to be the most ignorant person i have ever come accross on a BB if you do not understand this. I shall not waste my time trying to eductae you. May i suggest you call your broker, should you have one, and he will explain it all....slwly of course.
waldof
11/1/2018
10:34
You do like displaying your ignorance do you not? TSTR own 40% of SPMP, if they owned 100% of SPMP the value of SPMP would be the mkt cap of TSTR. Are you with me so far..........i will give you a minute to work that out. Ready now? Well they own 40% which means that someone else owns the other 60%, with me? Give you another minute. Therefore if 40% of SPMP is worth the mkt cap of TSTR which clearly it is,,,the mkt is saying so.you have 40% worth c.£25mill....so what is 100% worth? 40% x 1.5 Leave you to work that out.
waldof
11/1/2018
10:18
Where did you get the SPMP value? (made it up) Here's the number of shares in issue. sixty-three billion eight hundred fifty million three hundred eighty-eight thousand two hundred fifty-seven lmfao
wiserthanyou
11/1/2018
09:58
Now who is the idiot......how do you get less than zero...its like muppets who say 110%! Mkt cap will be apparent tomorrow. Value of SPMP approx £50m, now do the maths on the tonnage.
waldof
11/1/2018
09:04
hTTps://www.shareprophets.com/views/33706/tri-star-resources-what-is-the-end-game-for-odey
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