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
  0.00 0.0% 1.125 4,634,318 08:00:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.10 1.15 1.15 1.125 1.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 0.89 -0.74 -0.20 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:54 O 43,159 1.14 GBX

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17/10/2019
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 1.13p.
Xtract Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.95p and a 12 week average price of 0.95p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.08p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.58p.
There are currently 350,560,684 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,600,857 shares. The market capitalisation of Xtract Resources Plc is £3,943,807.70.
14/10/2019
12:39
freedom97: Today is the 90th day of due diligence since the 15 July RNS re. the KPZ agreement, to act as contractor for the Kalengwa Processing project on the copper large scale mining license number 24401-HQ-LEL ("Licence") located in the central part of The Republic of Zambia. Not one penny has been priced into the share price for the above project, it seems the market is waiting to see if the project is a GO! or not. Should know very soon, if it's a GO! then share price could rocket. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/xtract-resources-XTR/share-news/Xtract-Resources-plc-Kalengwa-Processing-Copper-Pr/80327651 The current share price even undervalues the current active projects.
23/8/2019
13:53
janekane: HannsJohn2019 29 Jul '19 - 14:05 0 0 0 News 20/08/2019 12:42 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Tailings sampling at Kalengwa 09/08/2019 07:00 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Eureka Project Update 02/08/2019 15:29 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Director/PDMR Shareholding 01/08/2019 12:58 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Company and Manica Alluvial Gold Update 25/07/2019 16:03 UKREG Xtract Resources plc Issue of Equity The Questions that need to be answered: • Did the owners of the shares dumped by Xtract over the last week know that their deal with KPZ would be ruled illegal by Zambian government? • Mr Bird knew there was a very serious dispute coupled with government investigations of Xtract and KPZ, but he did not inform current shareholders or those who bought. Why? • There was growing evidence that the Kalengwa licence was obtained illegally so did they decide to cut and run? Or was that always the plan? • Xtract announced their deal with KPZ to the stock market and because of the press announcement the share price of Xtract rose. Why did they not inform the public? • Did they sell shares to an uninformed and unsuspecting public in order to raise the price of the shares in order to sell soon after? • Did Xtract create content they knew to be false and illegal in order to inflate the share price? • They did so in full cooperation and assistance with a well-known Zambian criminal Shawi Fawaz. Why did they work with him? • Have the buyers of the Xtract shares been lied to by Colin Bird and by his associate, one of Zambia’s most notorious criminals, Shawi Fawaz? The full story is her https://medium.com/@hannsjohn4/the-kalengwa-copper-mine-making-offers-that-can-be-refused-f28ba65cab48
31/7/2019
21:20
the_debt_collector: You have to ask yourself why someone would go to such lengths to try and get the share price down via, what can only be described, as a scare story. It is not unusual for certain 'market participants' to go naked short on a stock hoping to close the position via a placing. The timing of this 'assault' suggests they (a) did not expect the surge in the share price and (b) did not get any stock in the placing. This leaves them somewhat exposed if this theory is correct. If they have to close their position via the market it will be happy days for the share price, only time will tell. Bird seems to be getting more market savvy over recent times as well, today's podcast was most welcome.
29/7/2019
16:59
freedom97: John, I've had a quick read of your webpage, and can spot many errors, Also, you say Xtract share price hit a 12 month high on 21 July, how is this possible when the markets are closed on Sundays. You then go on and say, "The Share Price crashed on the 22 July, losing 23% Market Value." Absolute Rubbish! The share price closed up 21.4%!! that day. Then on Tuesday 23rd the share price hit a high with a mid price of 2.075p closing UP 8.8% after some profit taking. The profit taking continued on the 24th closing down 5.4%. On the 25th the share price recovered and was UP 2.9% just before the Placing RNS was issued, then MM's as they do with most shares, immediately robbed pi's by dropping the share price so hitting any stop losses, they dropped the share price by over 12% on just a few small sells then others panicked and sold, who probably hadn't even read the RNS. The share price closed down that day by 22.9%. It makes me wonder how many other things you have got completely wrong too. Were you one of those that panicked or your stop loss got hit? else why have you & Kevin spent so much time on writing your webpage? Or are you related to another company that wanted the contract and CB got in before you? Have you even bothered to email your webpage details & questions to Colin before making it public? to get the facts right! As I mentioned above I've spotted many errors. As for the reason for why the share price went down after hitting 2.05 Bid, Nothing unusual about that if you use charts. Check what Zac Mir said in his webcast when he did a chart a few days earlier, he indicates the share price could hit a high of around 2p. Hence some decided to take profits. So I think you are barking up the wrong wall. Had there been no placing news on the 25th I think the share price would have continued to rise and break thru the 2p barrier as the MCAP for the company is way to low. If you haven't already sent your webpage link to Colin, to get his comments on whether you have it totally wrong, then I strongly suggest you do so.
29/7/2019
14:05
hannsjohn2019: The Questions that need to be answered: • Did the owners of the shares dumped by Xtract over the last week know that their deal with KPZ would be ruled illegal by Zambian government? • Mr Bird knew there was a very serious dispute coupled with government investigations of Xtract and KPZ, but he did not inform current shareholders or those who bought. Why? • There was growing evidence that the Kalengwa licence was obtained illegally so did they decide to cut and run? Or was that always the plan? • Xtract announced their deal with KPZ to the stock market and because of the press announcement the share price of Xtract rose. Why did they not inform the public? • Did they sell shares to an uninformed and unsuspecting public in order to raise the price of the shares in order to sell soon after? • Did Xtract create content they knew to be false and illegal in order to inflate the share price? • They did so in full cooperation and assistance with a well-known Zambian criminal Shawi Fawaz. Why did they work with him? • Have the buyers of the Xtract shares been lied to by Colin Bird and by his associate, one of Zambia’s most notorious criminals, Shawi Fawaz? The full story is here: https://medium.com/@hannsjohn4/the-kalengwa-copper-mine-making-offers-that-can-be-refused-f28ba65cab48
13/4/2019
18:42
the_debt_collector: It matters not what Colin Bird does - this is AIM - XTR shares, like others, are capable of rising from 1p to 5p/6p/7p etc on news and sentiment. I would respectfully suggest one takes note of the posts from stockholders that met Bird recently. The hard rock project seems credible and just the type of news which could propel the share price significantly. No wonder it has been hard to buy size as reported elsewhere - one to watch over the next month or two IMO.
18/2/2019
21:09
thecoyone: This is not the time to out of this stock, historically March is a very strong month for XTR plus news is due. As a matter of fact Colin Bird took 2 years salary in XTR shares at a price of 2.85p, at the time the share price was around 1.2p Nothing has changed from the days when the share price was 3p, the sector was decimated in 2018, with gold looking strong I can see this far higher in due course. Strong buy is my view, sub £3m m/cap !
25/1/2019
07:08
andplus: I have been invested in XTR for over 4 years. There is a constant pattern part of the management team strategy: prior to any placing Colin Bird and Co announces or perhaps leaks how great things are moving forward. Then share price hikes and then drops spectacularly.I have read for too long how CB is keen to deliver returns to shareholders, but it is blatantly obvious that is not the case, otherwise company performance and share price will be a lot higher. I wish Xtract holders the best of luck and lots of caution.
24/1/2019
00:17
aussiebeach: Worth a read. XTR (Xtract Resources) .77p - back to 3p? I have been lurking this thread for some months - I invest in junior gold producing companies and have been pretty successful in spotting 'sentiment changes' in both sectors and individual stocks. I draw attention to XTR (Xtract Resources) this company is a small scale gold producer but has a near ready to go gold mine in Mozambique with a completed BFS that shows a NPV of $42m What interests me is the fall in the share price from 3p in January 2018 to the current .77p - there appears to be recent increasing volume combined with a clear breakout from a 10 month chart decline. My view is the share price has much further to go - this statement may appear as ramping but there has been a news blackout since October - the company has implied via historic news releases that Q1 would be 'news rich' One appreciates this company is no-where near the size of AAZ however my experience of these junior turnaround situations suggests significant financial gains can be made. The company only has 350m shares issued and had around £1m cash in July and has revenues from 'near surface' mining activity. The current market value is only £3m. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Here is a rather crude chart - I am sure learned posters who write on this thread could do better. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
31/10/2018
14:14
thecoyone: It is worth noting that Q4 is usually a good period for the XTR share price.
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