Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xtract Resources LSE:XTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYSX2795 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.00p 0.95p 1.05p - - - 0 07:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.0 -1.3 -0.6 - 3.51

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14/8/2018
08:06
The lack of promised news is now getting a tad tedious. Come on Colin at least give us something positive as you promised us
nico9
10/8/2018
08:14
Freedom, you are deluded. Everything Colin Bird has touched, you thought was going to make big profits - but between them they lost $100m of shareholders money. Look at JLP -- Nickel tailings - going to make big money - LOSSES Tjate going to make big money - LOSSES Conroast licence - going to make big money - LOSSES Smelting platinum - going to make big money - LOSSES Smelting iron alloys - going to make big money - LOSSES Deal with ASA - going to make big money - LOSSES Deal with Hernic - going to make big money --- I bet that is going to show losses when the next accounts arrive.
augustusgloop
10/8/2018
07:59
LOL! gloop, you always start posting just as the share starts to show increased buying. Strange that two institutions have in past year, invested in JLP (Colins #1 company), why would any institution invest in a company that according to you is going to continue to make a loss. Why would Mitsubishi grant JLP the Hernic contract beating over 20 other companies who wanted the contract. Don't bother replying, you will be wasting your time. Come back next year and post what you posted last night again, I think you will find a profit showing on the accounts for both JLP & XTR, infact you might even see a small net profit in the final results issued for JLP in November this year. You are a fool if you can't see the progress JLP has made and the excellent projects they now have. Your problem, is that you focus too much on the past rather than the present. Many other AIM companies went bust during the Worlds worst recession, XTR & JLP did not and both will soon start to make a profit. Colin has turned XTR around, it's now debt free, with over £1m in bank and has started producing gold, JLP is also now in production and production is increasing as it is here. Not many AIM companies producing anything, most are Jam tomorrow companies, yes, both XTR & JLP were in the past but not any longer. JLP also have projects lined up to start producing next year, that is good business. Don't bother repying to this post as I don't want to get into a long debate with you, I've got better things to do than waste my time with people like you. Now get back to your deramping on SHG etc.
freedom97
10/8/2018
07:47
Good observation. Colin Bird is allergic to profit.
andplus
09/8/2018
19:45
Gentlemen It is rather relevant to the Xtract Resources investment proposition that 15,000 Beaufort accounts are being transferred to the Share Centre shortly. Liquidity will improve and significant sums of capital will re-enter the market shortly, some £500m has been touted. My understanding, from very reliable sources, is that short positions have been taken over the summer months by market participants (these could be market makers, hedge funds, brokers) in various AIM listed companies. One suspects there is a short position in Xtract - this needs to be closed, draw you own conclusions as to what will happen subsequently. I have added.
thecoyone
09/8/2018
17:09
Posted by HawaiifiveO on LSE: RE: Manica 2012 consideration £20m+ At the time the initial deal was completed there were a number of research notes about Manica by independent brokers. One stated........... 'Manica project acquired on attractive terms' '$25m was spent on exploration programs including extensive drilling campaigns' 'The project is well supported by infrastructure which includes tar roads, well maintained secondary gravel roads and rail.' It is clear the project has significant value above the current £3m market value of Xtract. I would suggest a total of $35m+ has already been spent on the project by Pan African and Auroch. I am surprised Bird has not promoted the historic spend aspect a little more. At current levels XTR looks far too cheap IMO. Http://aurochminerals.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Fosters-Research.pdf
freedom97
03/8/2018
17:24
BMR, hohohoho you can pick them, sold out of XTR at a massive loss and BMR delisted. That £6.75 subscription could have bought you some tissues and gone towards an eye test for your share picks. A loss is never nice, however this might be Karma's way of saying were not done yet. I do feel for decent investors that clearly must be thinking, how did this happen? Happens when people are bulling up bulletin boards and trying to shout down posters, and happy to report, I did warn you and J Pain, the name is spot on as this week its a lot of pain. :-) The company could have employed an on site Engineering team for a fraction of the cost that has been wiped off the MCAP from the Glory days of 2P, and people are now spouting "gold seams" etc etc. Really? The only golden seams would be on a wallet in Dubai. Hard to see where "restoring shareholder value " is here now, most of it gifted away and will take a large sum which clearly the banks are not offering has to come from somewhere. People say Nelson wrecked it, but on reflection did he with what's gone on since. Hard to say that he did, given most of the ships crew hasn't changed on both watches, but the share price is decimated now, and now people praying for a lottery win by way of a gold find. Same odds, good luck all die hards and beware of the pumpers on the boards, the share price does not lie. Even if people do on BB's. :-)
th3seeker
03/8/2018
13:10
Jane, I didn't know you invested in BMR, sorry to hear that, still possible BMR will re-list in the future. Pitty you hadn't invested in JLP instead, JLP is currently very undervalued at mo due to uncertainty re. BMR and Kabwe position, but todays positive news re. Kabwe should see JLP share price gradually increase over the coming months, currently up 11.4%. JLP has so much news on projects to come and company doing really well. As Always DYOR! Hopefully, Colin will get some good news out soon on XTR that we've been waiting for. I see some pi's have sold due to price of gold dropping, those pi's should be aware that they should take the average price of Gold for the year, not just what it's doing in a week! very foolish imo. Gold already off todays low of $1,203.80 currently $1,212.30 ask.
freedom97
01/8/2018
17:32
You were warned
janekane
31/7/2018
18:01
Not looking good for xtr holders.
thehitman1
31/7/2018
11:55
Caveat emptor
janekane
30/7/2018
09:58
Thanks Iain, that clears the two 800k trades questions up. ;o)
freedom97
30/7/2018
09:51
Yes. No, a few days apart.
iain222
30/7/2018
09:38
I take it the rollover was yours Iain222, Do all the three buys would have to be placed on the same day to group them into one rollover or not?
freedom97
30/7/2018
09:15
The rollover was 3 trades rolled into 1 large trade. That is the reason you wont see the 800k buy.
iain222
30/7/2018
09:09
Hi Iain222, then what day did the 800k buy show on?
freedom97
30/7/2018
09:07
Just to clear this up. The 2x 800k trades were a rollover, no cfd .
iain222
30/7/2018
08:48
Thanks Jane, however the question still remains, if Fridays two 800k trades was a cfd rollover, why the cfd buy wasn't shown? If that was a cfd rollover, then clearly something is wrong if only the rollovers get listed on ADVFN. If there is anyone reading this thread who has in the past taken cfds or rolled them over, can you confirm if the buy & rollover are shown on ADVFN monitor or if only the rollover shows. TIA
freedom97
30/7/2018
08:18
Rollovers with IG On your IG account, you may receive a discount in the closing or opening spread when rolling your exposure onto a later dated contract. Futures and forward contracts, for example, can sometimes be rolled over instead of expiring. In this instance, the price of opening a new position will be factored into the cost. In options, rolling over an option means buying a similar option with a later expiry date. On shorter-term trades like Spot FX, there is a cost associated with keeping the position open overnight. This can also be known as the cost of carry. We offer forward contracts on spread bets and CFDs, with rollovers available up until 15 minutes before the position is due to expire. On daily funded bets and daily CFDs, a rollover for keeping a position overnight will be calculated differently for forex positions and other markets.
janekane
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