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
  -0.24 -3.51% 6.60 11,739,848 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.40 6.50 6.85 6.32 6.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.35 -1.09 -0.30 49
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:05:29 O 150,000 6.45 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 6.84p.
Xtract Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.45p and a 12 week average price of 1.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.50p.
There are currently 735,679,407 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,414,613 shares. The market capitalisation of Xtract Resources Plc is £48,554,840.86.
chesty1: Xtract Resources (AIM:XTR) announces that it was informed on 25 February 2021 that on the same date, Colin Bird, Executive Chairman of Xtract, acquired 1,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.02p in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 5.8373p per share. Following this transaction, Colin Bird is interested in 11,532,266 Ordinary Shares representing 1.57% of the issued share capital. Following the acquisition of the shares, Colin Bird's interest in Xtract is as follows: NICE CB!
all in eol: Xtract Resources (AIM:XTR) announces that it was informed on 25 February 2021 that on the same date, Colin Bird, Executive Chairman of Xtract, acquired 1,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.02p in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 5.8373p per share. Following this transaction, Colin Bird is interested in 11,532,266 Ordinary Shares representing 1.57% of the issued share capital.
lurker5: Some on here need to be reminded that the stockmarket doesn't operate as a 'valuer' of a share. It merely reflects what a usually tiny number of players are willing at any moment to pay or to sell, (subject to the MM's quoting what they need to do to balance their books over whatever period they balance them) and they will have their own priorities or needs for doing so. Very few investors are out there watching and waiting to pounce on some company announcing a minor change in its fortunes and with funds ready and waiting. Solgold's Alpala discovery wasn't recognised in the share price until well after first flagged as highly valuable, when Newcrest appeared on the scene. That also emphasises that major players or institutions only become interested when it becomes likely the discovery will be mined. For the avoidance of doubt, I bought a large chunk at 2.5p and plan to hold.
the count of monte_cristo: With copper at the price it is at now, any positive drill news could move the share price significantly, perhaps an assault on 10p, if it's becoming increasingly likely XTR are sitting on a very large copper-gold deposit. I suspect a midday RNS as they digest news from Australia, but maybe not:)
btvitexcoinvxcryptowhale: Xtr -99.7 per cent check google xtr share price then go max 2000p required Diluted by Colin Bird the issue king of Aim Soon to be 1p again Scam of all scams again Accounts due 2020 showing debt ridden as usual zero profit after 10+yes and multiple projects running currently SellBT
jdau: BT - "Colin Bird knows exactly what he's buying in Australia And the folk selling him it knew exactly too. That's why it was 1million pounds or shares given etc" I actually agree with that statement, though perhaps not int he way you intended it. CB did a shrewd bit of business and structured a deal with their shareholders for the equivalent of £1.25m worth of shares in XTR, not cash. Their shareholders were clearly happy with that deal as it gave them exposure to what XTR has in terms of other projects whilst keeping them exposed to developments at bushranger which would be rapidly progressed and financed by the purchasing company (XTR). They clearly knew those shares and thus the purchasing price for the asset would be worth a lot more in the not too distant future. Ref: FYI - those 100m shares they got for the Australian asset are worth £5.6m at todays prices so I guess you're right, they did know what they had in terms of an asset, they sold it for XTR shares on the understanding that they would benefit greatly from the deal as time moves on and the asset gets developed for sale.
jdau: BT you're entitled to your own opinion, that's your prerogative as an investor, however the way you go about communicating that opinion seems odd to me. Personally, if I were not financially interested (either through share ownership or looking at purchasing shares) in a company then I may give my view on said company once or twice if it came up in discussion, then you know what I'd do? I'd move on, because it's a waste of time to hang around talking about something that I'm either not invested in or have no interest in investing in. I've made and lost money on shares, I probably posted on those bulletin boards whilst I was invested and then you know what I did on both occasions, when I sold out with no interest in returning, I stopped researching and I stopped posting. I'm left questioning why you're spamming the bb here daily - it seems like a personal vendetta you have against the company? You can spam to anyone who'll listen about CB 'not delivering' or 'issuing to oblivion' but facts are facts, CB has delivered: the share price is currently circa 5 times higher than it was on average last year, over 10 times higher than last years lows. I'd argue that the dilution CB is doing both for working capital and project acquisitions (i.e bushranger which has driven the recent share price movement) is funding growth within the company as is clearly being reflected in the share price. As a relatively large shareholder, he has earned my confidence. I'm never going to agree with you about the future of XTR BT as you seem wilfully ignorant of the projects and timescales that I know are on the table as per my previous post. You seem intent on trying to convince everyone this is a dud, in spite of EVIDENCE via drill results and initial XRF's AND in spite of RNS's on the progression of other company projects. Couple that with CB having made my shares worth over a quarter of a million pounds more than they were a few months ago, believe it or not, he has my backing and I think you're full of... Ps. for the record, I firmly believe XTR's income projects + its projects being positioned for sale will substantially increase the Mcap from these levels. ...and guess what, if I didn't believe it has legs I would have sold my entire holding and I wouldn't be spending my time researching, educating myself on and posting about this companies prospects. I certainly wouldn't be spending my time 'talking' (if you can call it that) with yourself.
jdau: BT - if you knew anything about XTR's projects you'd likely know that people aren't investing off the back of the 'strength of our alluvial project' - that's been ticking over for the last couple of years and whilst necessary both to remove overburden for the hard rock projects and provide an income, that project is hardly a company maker. Investing in AIM is for the rapid gains that come with either the POTENTIAL INCOME or DELIVERY OF INCOME via production or asset sale (as is the MO of a company our size) People are investing in XTR are imo doing so because of the incoming news/progression/production/sale of asset at: - Manica: Extra alluvial income from the other agreements (production commenced on thee second alluvial concession around mid dec) - Manica: Hard rock income from the 'smaller' deposits, Guy Fawkes/Boa Esperanza/Dot's luck etc (Guy Fawkes plant built and HR mining access 'commencing' as per RNS 8th Dec) - Manica: Hard rock income from the flagship project, Fairbride (H1 2021) Ref: - Zambia: Drilling at Eureka in order to define copper resource / move to full production (Q2 2021) - Zambia: Kalengwa copper resource Ref: - Australia: Bushranger drills 1/2 looking like we've hit a massive resource, XRF's confirming mineralisation, rapid progression of asset that already has a buy back option in place Ref: (multiple RNS's surround BR) If you need help working out the potential income streams/timescales of said income and/or the potential value of a discovery like bushranger then may I suggest firstly that you read the relevant RNS's on each project. Secondly, if you have any questions about said projects I'll happily help you to find the information so you can educate yourself. If on the other hand you intend to spout absolute nonsense and spam the bb with your weird self important commentary then expect me to happily prove what you're saying is nonsense every step of the way. Cheers.
jdau: Well that's an excellent feature. I'll be honest, BT's idiotic posts drove me to create an account here - I'm usually LSE based (same moniker). Without taking up too much of anyones time, quick down on me: XTR head for the past several years, been in it since mid(ish) 2015. Choose to believe the next bit or not: I currently own just shy of circa 1% of the company n.b. wouldn't blame you for thinking that's BS as tbh most posts on bb's are full of it but my posting history over at LSE offers a fairly detailed account of my involvement here over the past few years.. and either way, I suppose the amount of shares I own doesn't really add any weight to my posts, only represents my faith in XTR and CB. If I can be of any assistance or anyone has any Q's I may be able to help out with research (I've ploughed a LOT of time into this over the years) - Manica's probably the bit I know most about but I'm pretty well versed in most things XTR, happy to help out if I can :)
the count of monte_cristo: All in EOL - You may want to add some of these links to the header. XTR Related hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// General Copper News hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// Lachlan Fold Belt hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// hTTps:// Share Price - Alkane Resources Ltd PowerPoint Presentation ( Alkane Resources - Boda bodes well | Edison ( HOW KIWARA STARTED ON AIM AND HOW IT WAS TAKENOVER FOR £200M Takes about an hour or so but detailed below is the interesting story, detailed in RNS's, of how CB took a company from a reverse takeover into acquiring a prospective copper-nickel project in Africa to an eventual £200m takeover by First Quantum Minerals. Along the way there were placings to fund the exploration, but as the drill proved up more and more resources those fund raisings turned a small cap exploration company into a very valuable takeover target. Reverse takeover completed on the 10th July 2007, company capped at £14m, two and a half years later it was sold to FQM for £208m. I expect something similar here, IMHO. hTTps:// First Quantum became the owner of the Sentinel copper asset after acquiring Kiwara in a £208m ($260m) cash and share deal in January 2010. hTTps:// hTTps:// 10 July 2007 The Company will be renamed Kiwara Plc on admission and will have a market capitalisation of approximately £14.1 million at the placing price of 10p; hTTps:// hTTps:// The Kiwara takeover was the 28th largest deal 11 years ago. hTTps://
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