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Share Price: 0.225Bid: 0.22Ask: 0.23Change: -0.005 (-2.17%)Faller - Xtract
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 4.55%Open: 0.23High: 0.245Low: 0.225Yesterday’s Close: 0.23


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Arsenal221
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M/cap
Today 13:23
of £70/80M for yr end would definitely do me & sure many other holders.
 
mercman7
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clinical seller
Today 13:22
sits I wait for any rise, then pounces...who is this???
Goldbullion
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RE: Re re guesstimate
Today 13:16
Who know where this will end up, but it would be prudent to establish sensible price targets all the same. If we can get two resource upgrades (Chepica and Manica) this year, Manica in build plant mode and alluvians even giving 50% of the estimate. Then we will be in the £70 to £80m market cap territory IMHO. Also in the calculations, we have to consider gold prices, with current economical climate, the gold could be bullish for the foreseeable future. Cannot see a bull run similar to the last recession, but gold anywhere between 1200 to 1350 for 2016, would be a perfect platform for XTR to achieve significant profits just from Chepica and the alluvians.

New investors are climbing into gold stocks, and this is just the beginning of the gold stock bull run.

GB
Gold007
Posts: 290
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.235
RE: 3p
Today 13:15
Honest, I did receive that email, Jan is currently organising XTR to turn it into a 'Mid-tier' Gold Miner!
Goldbullion
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Scap
Today 13:03
Now switched, perhaps they have finished suppressing the price, lets see if they remain a buyer now.

GB
mike29
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Re re sp guesstimate
Today 13:00
Yeah, it is 8 months old. But xtr presentation dated 29/6/15 used an average gold price of $ 1250, so still not up to that price yet. Although granted if the gold price is much higher when manica comes on line then who knows where sp will be. But on todays sp to get to 3p would require a market cap of around 300 million.
mercman7
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3p
Today 12:53
old RNS based on different situation to now,, copper play is history....we stand at not even one quarter of 1p right now...3p Honestly???
Gold007
Posts: 290
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.235
RE: Re re guesstimate
Today 12:50
The email was from 10 June, 8 months ago, things do change!

But XTR is in a stronger position Now to benefit from the current Gold price which is nearing $1,200 again!!
mike29
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Re re guesstimate
Today 12:44
Thanks, although i don't know if that email is legit. But on that, we did not make 2 huge acquisitions, just the one manica. Also that emails states 100oz excluding chepica which is not what the presentations say now. A market cap of around 150m would today equate to around 1.72pps, but we know there will be some form of dilution on top of that for manica. I for one would be more than happy if we can get somewhere between 1 to 1.5p in 2018.
Gold007
Posts: 290
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.235
Price
Today 12:43
of Gold is only $5 from reaching $1,200 again!!!

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