hi ya tartan-rug ........ I was offered the same SP 0.1324p / share on a £5807 buy trade but that doesn't give me all " drif " 5 million shares he sold a few days back at 0.13p ........ hence waiting a while longer to see how many of them I can get . The £5,807 number comes up as what I can invest in my ISA if your wondering why the odd number .
and its just great to see. I am going to be so happy when that End Jan or Feb update arrives finally with better news. I have a few million shares I want to re - purchase here but for now im keeping a lot in NIPT (and cash) and hope for a better SP in the next few days, so hands off my shares space! The major bad news will be that XTR have a problem in thier Chepica mine which is possible but unlikely IMO. Dollar and Gold relationship looking interesting ATM, big question for me is when oil rises in 6 months time is, will gold follow? Best wishes to all.
With the announcement in the , " Fund Raise and Operational update " RNS that 250 million subscription shares are due to commence trading on or around the 10th December 2014 . I'm not surprised our current SP is being held at it's current SP since the Subscription Shares were bought at a value of 0.13p each . Most Subscription Shares bring a companies share price down to what the men in tall hats paid for them hence I'm hopeful of picking up " drif "' 5 million XTR shares that he recently sold for 0.13p in the not to distant future . Obviously there are many experienced traders with a similar view but I don't expect the SP to rise before the 10th since " drif " shares have got my name on them ... lol
Ever since the consolidation in the NIPT shares and " drif " asking me my opinion of them whilst an OO around the 0.2p was taking place . I've held the same feeling with NIPT ....... buy on rumour sell on fact but having seen PXS with their wonder drink fruitflow sky rocket then dive even with every American airport selling their product I'd be careful with buying any company shares with a miracle cure or medical marvel . There are many more to compare NIPT to but PXS is probably the one that burnt most people badly . As with the NHS now the company bitten there is DEMG with a replacement pace maker a fraction of the size of the one's currently used available at a fraction of the cost . Will the NHS buy it ...... nay .... red tape , red tape and more red tape ........ My apologese to this ( bb ) for talking off topic about a company other than XTR but since people have been ramping it here I feel it fairly acceptable to voice my opinion to a fellow investor of XTR .
If he's aiming for quarterly then exactly 3 months is 19th Feb. It's highly unlikely to be this precise tho.
Not sure, Nightingale, what you mean by "that's it" but anyway, good luck with both investments. Have researched NIPT and will buy 10k of them for the long term if they creep closer to 20p before the agm and demo on the 10th (wishful thinking perhaps but feels a bit spikey atm).
hi ya Nightingale ......... a month ago we didn't even know if the new ball mill was on site let alone in production since the beginning of October . Increasing throughput from 3,500 tonnes to 8,500 tonnes within 2 months of it's first usage . Then there's the new underground drill that's so versatile and capable of exploratory drilling in all four of our mines . The geo work has been done confining soft ore to top side of Cascabel and most importantly at the start of 2015 Xtract Resources will be cash flow positive ...... sometimes it's worth being grateful for what we've just learn't about our revenue producing investment before looking to far ahead ....... hey ..... :-)
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