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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
  0.25 6.17% 4.30 3,656,954 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.10 4.30 4.35 4.05 4.05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 1.35 -1.09 -0.30 36
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:45 O 160,714 4.30 GBX

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14/6/2021
09:20
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 4.05p.
Xtract Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.90p and a 12 week average price of 3.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.15p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.05p.
There are currently 842,518,683 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,495,022 shares. The market capitalisation of Xtract Resources Plc is £36,228,303.37.
11/6/2021
08:25
sportbilly1976: joycey, judging from the share price action over the past couple of months...i'd be more inclined to say sells. A news vacuum here now for the time being, and we're seeing some serious share price drift as a result.
27/5/2021
14:45
papillon: Well the XTR share price has broken down below support. Next support level is circa 2p. Will it drop that low? No idea, but it's possible. I haven't got a crystal ball so can't predict share prices. Colin Bird's purchase around a month ago enabled some "savvy" holders to get out at a higher price. That was rather fortunate for those "savvy" investors! I had around 20k of shares bought recently. A tiny investment. I sold half yesterday and the rest today. I normally stick to investment trusts and follow the charts. Buying XTR was an aberration on my part as the chart was bearish when I bought. I have had more luck on another speculative minnow, WSBN, but the chart had just turned bullish when I bought. Unfortunately these minnows leak like a sieve and this is often picked up by the charts and chart signals. PS. I wish holders ATB. If XTR does well I might return. I could lose out, but I only had a tiny investment anyway. A punt. I'll stick to GPM & CYN.
24/5/2021
15:12
papillon: I'm going by the chart on WBSN, TD, as it looks potentially very bullish. I'll send you my WSBN charts on a pm. Regarding XTR I will add when my chart turns bullish again because I believe good news leaks (or punters suspect good news is imminent) and buyers will appear before it is released via RNS. PS I did say I would add if the XTR share price retested the low of around 5 months ago (which I said it would). It's not far off that low. Perhaps, to all intents and purposes, it has already retested that low?
17/5/2021
15:18
lurker5: News about grades (if reasonable) might well stimulate the share price (a bit). But what does stimulate a lot in these circumstances is any hint that a major is interested. They were the key spurs that got (eg) Solgold going, after a long period of excellent drilling results that did very litle for its share price. Its been the same for others I've followed (eg Mariana), but brain fog stops me remembering precisely who.
17/5/2021
09:39
avsome1968: We don't need reddit. XTR share price will reiterate over the coming Quarters as we prove up resources, I bought in here for the end game that could be 2 years plus from now not 2 months. Copper will rise for the next 2-3 years how far nobody knows but we all know its the new gold that every country wants, CB put a decent amount of money in here can see him adding more at this price feels its a great entry price for newbies, got a very good holding here now will trade a few on spikes like most of us will, exciting times ahead for investors that are willing to let XTR story unfold/////AV.
05/5/2021
10:04
swingbysome: Zambia has suffered a famine for the last 2 years , Mozambique flooding , insurgency displacement of over 600k people , cyclones , etc ...... oops almost forgot covid 19 but then they hadn't got over previous forms of coronavirus like SARS , MIRS so nothing knew to countries near the Democratic Republic of Congo . Yep , I do wonder weather Mr.Bird should have concentrated on getting Manica to pay for further exploration since todays RNS even worded positively hid the true cost to the company that doesn't have an income stream to constantly over spend . So what's the share price really doing ? After the first placing 2 months ago for £5m the share price shot up to almost 9p /share , now we're below the first placing price and don't know who holds these shares it's obvious the holder will be making money . As for the second placing shares well we're below the issue price there so no guessing what's happening with them . Yet no TR1 to say anyone actually holds any of the placing shares .......weird .... hey but not unusual we'll get one when the holder is under 3% of all shares in issue . With Mr.Bird burning through cash like it grows on trees I wonder when the next placing is due , let alone what price , maybe fudged at 7p /share only to see the share price tank on day of announcement . AIM is a funny old market but easily seen through and that's why I swing trade , not short or hope I got it right by holding . Market Makers still taking this down not that we haven't seen this pattern with Xtract resources so many times before . I'd say 1p / share isn't the bottom but then the truth of hole 1 at Bushranger appears to have turned it into a shallow open pit mine now . Not worth a lot ...... hey ... yet still no TR1 so the MM's have to work all those shares in somehow .
04/5/2021
14:07
the count of monte_cristo: Last night, while watching Alkane's stock bounce off recent lows and increase 30%, the equivalent of an 80m GBP increase in it's market cap, I was thinking if CB is correct about Bushranger being better than Boda then we are going to have some exciting share price movements ahead this year. I am also wondering when a bidder might materialise for Alkane resources, as I speculated in detail in January, and how this will materially impact both the valuation of Bushranger and the share price of XTR.
17/4/2021
07:35
swingbysome: mtw1 That's a good technical point but I've seen placing shares worked in so many times before through trading XTR shares . Formerly Beaufort Securities Ltd ,took a large chunk of any placing shares until things went bad for them after which Sanderson took over their role . Several large holders going back to when Mr.Jan Nelson was CEO held their shares no matter how low the Market Makers took the share price down too . I remember the placing was done at 0.215p /share but by the time MM's had finished offloading the share price was down to 0.045p /share .When the TR1 came out Beaufort had gone below 3% holding in the company an RNS was issued shortly afterwards stating when outcrop reef ore was mixed with central core ore concentrate increased 7 fold . The share price went ballistic up to 0.49p /share . What many investors failed to notice TIR had triggered their options at 0.32p /share but most didn't care thinking the purchase of Manica , Mozambique was the best thing since sliced bread . There were a few million pound still owing on Manica and that was done via another placing forcing the same downward spiral eventually forcing Mr. Bird to do a 200:1 consolidation . It also cost Beaufort who re-emerged as Sanderson . With Mozambique being hit not only with bad weather over Christmas and insurgents forcing mass displacement of people . I hold little hope for fair bridge in much the same way as Mr.Jan Nelson tried his hardest to make Chipica , Chile work for share holders . Mr Bird is having similar bad luck . Weather played a big part in Mr. Nelsons inability to make XTR profitable with 2 cyclones making the Chepica central core mine unstable . Same with Mr.Bird cyclones flooding Mozambique so there is a similarity . Not forgetting mass flooding around the Bush Ranger area this Christmas put the newest venture on hold for drilling for a while . Having said all of that I will keep an eye on XTR waiting for Sandersons TR1 until then I won't be investing having seen the same old so many times before . This is my opinion and experience others tend to walk away and write off their losses me I like to buy low sell high .
08/4/2021
09:37
jackthecat1: chesty1. O/T, have a good in depth look at WSBN ( wishbone gold) when you get a chance. Read all the RNS's from the last 6-8 months. Outstanding early stage op imo. not without risk, but very similar to XTR re the size / area of the prospect in Australia. Heavy weight BOD and advisors.Fully funded for drilling with a placing at 10p. share price now 11p off a high of 18p, small market cap. Drilling to begin very soon. Its has other prospects in silver too in Australia. Sorry for the O/T. just cant help myself, i have a very good feeling about WSBN going forward and ofcourse XTR!. i hold,JLP,ZPHR,XTR,BCN,RR.WSBN.
05/4/2021
13:06
swingbysome: goforgold1 Not sure how much you know about XTR but I've traded it for a long time . When Chepica was taken on by Mr. Bird to save XTR from bankruptcy it was done with huge dilution done mainly through TIR a finance company with Mr.Dird on the BOD . He employed Mr. Jan Nelson to work his magic with shares as payment for his work when certain targets were met . After two earth quakes , sad lose of life within the mine it became obvious a miracle was needed . Sudden 700% bounce in market cap on news 10 fold increase in concentrate was achieved processing outcrop ore . Placing done at 0.42p /share giving Mr. Bird funds to buy the Manica prospect with only a few million outstanding . With fair brides needing a DFS to make it attractive more dilution brought in funds to get that DFS . With alluvial operator Sino 2 working the alluvials as a subcontractor everything appeared to be going swimmingly . An announcement to purchase the Bushranger prospect rang alarm bells after we'd just gone through a 200 share for 1 share consolidation . Allowing Mr.Bird to do his dilution of £5 million and do the same thing all over again forget Manica concentrate on Bushranger whilst Manica costs skyrocket whilst revenue vanishes . Not forgetting TIR had sold all it's share in XTR 10 bagging their initial investment . Hence Mr.Bird did ok there . Now we have flooding to remember in Queensland held up the drilling but hang on this deep drilling in only phase 1 is costing a fortune but like Mozambique , Zambia the Market Makers posts would have you believe otherwise . You wonder why I post on XTR chat site well there you go if I see constant ramping on all boards of a company that's got no fundamental value I like to share my experience even if I've made my money and shan't be gambling it here on any future placing drop or dips for that matter .I sold out on the TIR , RNS years ago and was hounded off the LSE chat site for doing so and explaining why I did so . Many long term holders will remember that newbies won't have a clue to XTR history so hopefully they'll learn something from my post .
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