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HMI Harvest Minerals Limited

-0.15 (-7.50%)
Last Updated: 14:57:16
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harvest Minerals Limited LSE:HMI London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAB4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -7.50% 1.85 839,945 14:57:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.60 2.10 2.00 1.85 2.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec AUD 8.63M AUD 198k AUD 0.0010 18.50 3.5M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:27:59 O 398 1.765 GBX

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22/4/202410:39Harvest Minerals at UK Investor Show5,127
10/4/202410:45Harvest Minerals (Potash Exploration in Brazil)6,315
08/2/202313:27Harvest Minerals Unrestricted-
08/2/202307:21Harvest Minerals Limited’s (LON:HMI) Solubility key to Arapua 102
04/7/202216:32Questions only. 57

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Posted at 22/4/2024 09:20 by Harvest Minerals Daily Update
Harvest Minerals Limited is listed in the Miscellaneous Metal Ores,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HMI. The last closing price for Harvest Minerals was 2p.
Harvest Minerals currently has 189,169,217 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Harvest Minerals is £3,499,631.
Harvest Minerals has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 18.50.
This morning HMI shares opened at 2p
Posted at 11/4/2024 09:19 by ypymytyc
A rabbit, a pigeon, another report......?

Here's a extract from the expert independent valuation report of Harvest assets which was prepared for the SH meeting to approve EFH share/option purchase (Jan 2016).
This section refers only to the Arapua/Maximus prospect.
Can't see this REE historical report:

Valuation of the Harvest Minerals Limited Brazilian Assets
Harvest Minerals Limited Independent Technical Valuation Report – AM&A Page 32

5.5 Exploration History
To assess the potential, a number of preliminary studies were conducted as
• Surface geological mapping and sampling and chemical analyses
(D. Innes data base, Fernando Thomsen data base, Brazil).
• Mineralogical studies and chemical analyses (Xstrata Process Support,
Sudbury, Canada, QEMSCAN-Mineralogical Studies).
• Scoping level mineralogical and metallurgical characterization of some of
the volcanic units
(Xstrata Process Support, Sudbury, Canada).
• Metallurgical studies using the metallurgical products obtained by Nomos
Laboratories, Rio de Janeiro. Grow tests supervised by Professor Janine
Camargo, Agronomist, University of Brasilia.
To date, four of the volcanic units have been studied on a preliminary
basis to a greater or lesser degree:
• Kamafugite volcanic flows that are weathered (altered) to some degree (KMA).
• Kamafugite volcanic flows that are relatively fresh (KMF).
• Carbonate breccia (CB) - a volcanic unit that has been broken up
and then re-cemented with carbonate minerals (CaCo3) and
(MgCO3). Due to the high carbonate content this unit would act
as a natural soil pH-neutralizing agent.
• Capacete conglomerate (CC) - this unit is a sediment that is the
accumulation of weathered and eroded fragments of the Kamafugite

The assessment is also interesting.

Posted at 10/4/2024 11:29 by bobbie278
Hardly any chat on here today either.
That's a good sign, the pump and dump merchants haven't come running yet. We're not trending on here yet.

The sales and money collection figures are the main thing in the medium term. I bought back in because the soft commodities story is going to follow that of the metals. Look at the coffee price - may do something similar to cocoa. The farmers will be clamouring for the fertilizer then.

The REE will attract a different group of investors/speculators. But for the moment I'm happy to see HMI as a coffee/soft commodities play with an exciting potential sideline
Posted at 30/3/2024 09:01 by kreature
Blood sucking monsters. What are HMI doing about the epidemic in nearby town ?

‘According to the Epidemiological Bulletin released this Wednesday (27) by the Municipal Health Department, Patos de Minas has 8,291 reported cases of dengue in 2024. Of these, 1,765 cases of the disease were confirmed. The municipality also has one death so far, four others are under investigation.’

‘ Patos de Minas is facing the largest dengue epidemic in history, according to the Municipal Health Secretary. On January 31, Patos De Minas City Hall declared a state of emergency in the municipality due to the dengue epidemic.’

Posted at 23/3/2024 03:56 by ypymytyc
Figures from Harvest RNS feed and data held by ANM:

Invoiced sales tonnage reported by Harvest vs tonnage data held by ANM
Q1/23 3,560t vs 5,569t
Q2/23 3,720t vs 3,983t
Q3/23 15,220t vs 20,520t
Q4/23 6,207t vs 6,466t*

* Oct23 3,360t and Nov23 2,107t based on true data from ANM. Dec 999t, based on selling price Nov 23 and CFEM paid in Dec 23.

Posted at 28/2/2024 07:51 by kreature
‘Delaying behaviour’
Hopefully HMI and FFA will appeal that shocking conclusion
Posted at 13/2/2024 20:21 by vlad the impaler
Can't wait until this one goes bust. It will be added to my advfn managed portfolio "Vlad bought HMI at 16p" 😂
Posted at 27/12/2023 10:19 by cyberbub
This company and their product seem to have a lot of potential, but clearly they were short of cash at the HY results, and the cyclical market was/is in a poor state.On the positive side they had substantial inventory recorded at the half year results, so presumably they're not having to spend money mining at the moment. I note that the directors have said that they have stopped taking salaries also, which will help given their inflated levels...I don't understand why HMI didn't take the oppo when the share price was at 16p last year, to raise another couple of million quid? I suppose that, barring some very short term recovery in their sales, they will have to raise a minimum of $500k tide-over cash very soon, which given the funding situation for smallcaps may be at a substantial discount to even 0.7p?
Posted at 25/10/2023 18:31 by jonnynixon
Traded in and out over the years. Company during spike in potash prices and over trading in the period did not make sufficient returns to support the historic share price. I no longer have a holding. can not see this being a viable listed company at such low tonnage cart away. Business either needs to divest or merge with other potash companies to grow.
Posted at 23/7/2023 13:16 by kreature
Question 4
If HMI have been forward selling shares, Has HMIs own forward selling of shares been partly responsible for downward pressure on the share price ? Or is it best to just blame retail investors for failing to understand.?
Posted at 08/10/2022 10:47 by varies
We have another 3 weeks,I believe, before the second round of the Presidential election. Uncertainty as to its result and the consequences may be affecting the HMI share price.
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