Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xtract Resources Plc LSE:XTR London Ordinary Share GB00BYSX2795 ORD 0.02P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.35 -6.14% 5.35 3,461,110 16:03:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.20 5.50 5.70 5.35 5.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.75 -0.81 -0.20 45
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:37 O 103,979 5.25 GBX

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Xtract Resources Daily Update: Xtract Resources Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XTR. The last closing price for Xtract Resources was 5.70p.
Xtract Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.80p and a 12 week average price of 4.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 8.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.10p.
There are currently 845,143,693 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,489,666 shares. The market capitalisation of Xtract Resources Plc is £45,215,187.58.
papillon: Many thanks, TD, for correcting my stupid mistake on CB's age. I was born in 1945 and am 76 and will be 77 soon, so should have realised CB will be 78, or 79, if he was born in 1943. My only excuse is I'm a silly OAP, unlike CB, who still appears to be on the ball. I did sell most of my XTR shares today and put the proceeds into KIST instead when it dropped below £4 this morning. Have I made the right decision? Who knows? I'm only gambling with relatively small amounts of money compared to many on these bb's and I won't throw myself off the top of a tall building if I've got it wrong. I get lots of things wrong, which may be comforting to those who have bought XTR shares today instead of selling. I'll hopefully buy back the shares I sold today in a few months time, unless the XTR share price has skyrocketed up in the meantime! Anyway I kept some shares. To please Zero Matrix (who I still have on filter) I won't post as much in future! 😁
papillon: I agree, TD, only good news will drive up the XTR share price Unfortunately, or fortunately, depending on your viewpoint it appears that irrational investor sentiment, such as happened with Poisedon back in the '60's, the dot com boom and more recently with SYME is not happening with XTR. If anything XTR is being undervalued by the Market. Whether that's because, as TCofMC seems to think the Market doesn't yet understand the potential value of Bushranger, or because they don't like CB, is open to question.
papillon: Yes, TD, some of those large "unknown" trades subject to delayed reporting are undoubtedly buys. Stake building? The TCofMC mentioned the case of Poisedon back in the '60's when investor irrationality led to a massive bubble in it' s share price It happened over 20 years ago on the LSE with BLT and other dot com shares. It's happening currently with the cryptocurrencies. Once thing you can guarantee is that exuberant investor irrationality is not happening with the XTR share price as it's definitely not on PI's radar.
papillon: The XTR share price spiked up by over 25%, GuyShelby, less than 2 weeks ago on what was perceived as an excellent RNS. The GGP share price spiked up by over 20% on today's RNS, before falling back on profit taking. In a "thin" market, with lower trading levels, spikes up can be increased in size.
papillon: The GGP share price has responded to good news today, GuyShelby. I've no doubt that the XTR share price would have similarly risen if today's RNS had been perceived as good news by the Market.
papillon: "The trend is your friend", lurker5, but "trends don't last forever". If I had to make a prediction my best guess is that the resistance (the recent horizontal trend line) at 6p will be broken and the XTR share price will continue up towards the next resistance level (probably at circa 8p), since longer term trends often overcome shorter term ones. But I'm only guessing based on the XTR chart (and prospective news flow). However I could easily be wrong, because WTFDIK? PS The uptrend line I've drawn on my chart goes back 12 months to December 2020. Earlier this month, at the intraday high of around 6p, the XTR share price had risen 500% in almost exactly a year. That's some appreciation in value and despite 2 placings to raise around £10m during that time. Profit taking is to be expected, especially in the run up to Christmas. PPS If you go by Mkt Cap the rise in Mkt Cap from early December 2020 to today is greater than 500%. Posters complain that XTR is currently undervalued and maybe that is the case based on the news flow, but the rise in share price & Mkt Cap shows that the Market has certainly acknowledged the extra value to XTR from Bushranger.
papillon: There was a bullish, longer term, "Golden Cross" (50 day EMA rising above an already rising 200 day EMA) formed on the XTR chart in early October. In the shorter term the XTR share price is impossible to predict because, like all explorers, it's driven by news and news from XTR comes thick and fast! It can spike up on good news, like happened on the 9th of this month (25% rise on the day) and then quickly drift back down. It would be nice to get the steady, gradual, rise again we saw from early September until the end of October. Unfortunately every rise tends to hit a brick wall of resistance @ circa 6p. That brings out the seller(s). How many more has he/them got to sell? gfg1 is assuming it's the ProspectOre vendors dumping some, or all, of their 100m shares acquired @ 1.25p, but if you look at the 2 year long term chart in the header the XTR share price has been below 1p and almost as low as 0.5p during that time. PI's who bought back then, @ say 0.6p, would have amassed a lot of shares for a relatively modest outlay. A 10 bagger is always a temptation to sell (unfortunately I'm not speaking from personal experience! lol) free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
papillon: Every time the share price gets to 6p the big seller(s) appear. Presumably this/these seller(s) are holders of the 100m shares received when XTR took over ProspectOre? Presumably we'll have to wait until the seller (s) dissappear(s) before the XTR share price can rise above that 6p resistance. PS will support at 5p hold?
papillon: Well the MACD has turned bullish (both red and blue lines on the MACD chart were below zero when the crossover happened) following Thursday's spike up in the XTR share price Whether that means anything we'll just have to wait and see! Feel free to ignore this chart if you so wish! I have a gut feeling that the XTR share price is poised to breach that 6p resistance and do so before Christmas. Maybe even within the next week. We shall see. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
papillon: I think it's worth remembering, TD, that the XTR share price has been held back ever since the initial spike up in January of this year by the large overhang of the 100m shares that ProspectOre owners received in late October 2020 following the completion of the Bushranger deal. That spike up back in January must have presented an ideal opportunity to offload into share price strength for a large short term profit. I'm certain that selling into strength has continued right up until now. In fact the share price rise in September and October can be ascribed to the initial ProspectOre shares having already been sold and the depressed share price from the end of October can be ascribed to the fact that millions more shares could be sold following the end of the 12 month lockin period.
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