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'Dirty Dozen' Resource stocks: circa 1 month update

By Steve Moore | Saturday 18 March 2017


On Monday 13th February, Tom Winnifrith noted a crazy market for resource juniors and that, as an experiment, we'd track a 'Dirty Dozen' of such stocks after 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and on December 31. Here is the month update.

This follows the 1 week update HERE, with Xtract Resources (XTR) remaining the poorest performer, followed by Bezant Resources (BZT) and Zanaga Iron Ore (ZIOC). Andalas Energy & Power (ADL) and Pathfinder Minerals (PFP) are now ahead...

Code Name 13/02/2017 offer price Current bid price Performance
XTR Xtract Resources 0.0395 0.019 -52%
BZT Bezant Resources 2.25 1.5 -33%
ZIOC Zanaga Iron Ore 9.5 6.56 -31%
GGP Greatland Gold 0.33 0.26 -21%
PREM Premier African Minerals 0.75 0.6 -20%
ORE Orogen Gold 0.018 0.015 -17%
URU URU Metals 3.95 3.35 -15%
CNEL China New Energy 1.4 1.25 -11%
GSR Golden Saint Resources 0.03 0.027 -10%
ALO Alecto Minerals 0.07 suspended suspended
PFP Pathfinder Minerals 0.8 0.9 13%
ADL Andalas Energy & Power 0.1 0.12 20%
  FTSE 100 7278.92 7424.96 2%
  FTSE AIM All-Share 900.41 927.26 3%

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