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Share Price: 0.215Bid: 0.20Ask: 0.23Change: -0.01 (-4.44%)Faller - Xtract
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 15.00%Open: 0.225High: 0.225Low: 0.215Yesterday’s Close: 0.225


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Spacemen
Posts: 2,689
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
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RE: 16mil
22 May '14
Volume certainly picking up here with 24.5 million shares traded today and a closing buy of 2 million shares at 0.24p . With news getting ever closer , share price volatility more obvious than a deleted " arab " post a sudden spike to a new trading range can't be ruled out . Nice to see ADMIN taking control of it too since it's got some fantastic posters with the ear of XTR , Justine James answering questions that some find confusing .
 
KlipKlapper
Posts: 3
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:0.23
Low tide
22 May '14
All markets are currently at low (ebb) tide - keels in the sand - need rising fundamentals in gold to start floating the ships again (STI a classic case). Hang in there.
drif
Posts: 2,556
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
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16mil
22 May '14
As a volume is good, its only just a taste of whats possible in a day here, i hope to see this present level a few more weeks yet. End of 2014 I see a different balance sheet unfolding, I also think it will be a clear picture, thats a clear picture for an AIM stock.
bri88
Posts: 2,598
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
RE:??
22 May '14
but it has been up bloody MMs pegged it back as I said for no reason unless there big sell coming through we wait and see.
Moreforus
Posts: 20,011
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
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RE: ?
22 May '14
4.45 mill sells vs 11.55 mill buys

at some point with that ratio it is going to go up.......
bri88
Posts: 2,598
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.23
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?
22 May '14
nice little rise going loads more buys than sells then for no reason the MMs drop the ask plankers as they are
Riffgo
Posts: 123
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Copper Prices 2014
22 May '14
The price of copper will average US$3.28/lb in 2014, according to BNamericas' Mining Outlook 2014. http://www.bnamericas.com/news/metals/copper-to-average-us328-lb-in-2014-bnamericas-outlook
It seems prices might not hold at these levels into 2015 because of supply, but it should certainly boost Chepica's results when they come through.
Sacca
Posts: 2,077
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Divestments
22 May '14
You can sell assets and retain a minority interest for many reasons fyi
Sacca
Posts: 2,077
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.24
Couldn't careless
22 May '14
We are a mining company not an oil and gas company! A bug fart of gas is irrelevant. New game how much revenue from Chepica? Who will be our JV partner in melijones?
arab
Posts: 712
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.24
April 2014 organagram XTR website
22 May '14
This picture is dated April 2014.

Can't be any clearer now.

Elko Energy. Very much still part of the Company.
Elko Denmark still part of Company.
Elko Netherlands still part of Company.
Elko Exploration Netherlands still part of Company.

http://www.xtractresources.com/aboutus.htm



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