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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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.70 2.40 2.70 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.4 -0.9 -0.5 - 5

Harvest Minerals Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2020
13:37
https://twitter.com/laptop1515/status/1295352665711534082?s=19Think there is a good trade to be had here at this level, feel sorry for the long term holders as its been quite a relentless drop. But there is definitely value to be had from this low valuation imo
laptop15
17/8/2020
12:44
https://twitter.com/laptop1515/status/1295340469975646209?s=19Been slowly building a position hear and very undervalued imo
laptop15
11/8/2020
17:18
A chance that a farmer’s soil is miraculously deficient of kpfertil ? What are the chances, really?
kreature
10/8/2020
07:44
Good riddance ! No CEO , Chairman on the beach in Queensland! Now we might have a chance !
hungary16
27/7/2020
09:35
So Mark Heyhoe appears to have left the company six days ago, according to Linkedin, and we're still not informed about it - you couldn't make it up! Great news, however.
whl2
24/7/2020
10:51
Hopefully Harvest can be used as a case study for first year commerce students !
hungary16
23/7/2020
07:47
I’m considering buying but I just don’t see any reason to buy. It’s as though there’s nothing to sell but the earth. Is it time for a completely new direction?
kreature
20/7/2020
22:41
Hmmm....200m people in Brazil, and only 60 of them following the kpfertil Twitter feed?
kreature
13/7/2020
13:35
Credibility of Harvestminerals went out with the company’s share price ! At least he has been consistent - consistently wrong !
hungary16
11/7/2020
21:48
What are the chances of the rock dust on a hillside fitting the varied deficiencies of a farm’s soil ? What are the chances of a farmer swapping a traditional carefully blended product that meets the needs of the soil, for some rock dust up on a hillside ? It’s just so unlikely IMO ATB
kreature
11/7/2020
12:29
Well, all I can say is it’s a leap of faith. You don’t have enough information now to make a call on whether this is a viable business. The only things you have to go on are as follows. Loads of resource, huge profit margin IF they can sell it in meaningful quantities. Large scale farmers buying in increasing amounts. Cash in the bank with no debt and no need to raise. Tough one. Would hate to buy at these levels
harvestminerals
11/7/2020
12:10
If you talking to the Co, then they are telling you what you want to hear.The RNS updates do not lie.
jailbird
11/7/2020
10:18
Harvest You say you have no affiliation to the company (I'm not sure about that actually) and are just a clueless investor like us. You then go on to say Q3 is already looking very positive - these two statements are contradictive. How do you know things are picking up ? The market has correctly priced the company given it's constant lack of news and disappointing progress (in sales, not expansion!) The current market cap is twice the level of cash, which is constantly decreasing as we never seem to receive payment from sales. So, the waiting goes on.
whl2
11/7/2020
09:12
Btw I am not clueless when it comes to this CoTake off your rise tinted glasses and cut your losses You cannot be emotionally involved with a share .. you will lose your shirt
jailbird
11/7/2020
09:11
I just do not believe you Any sane person can see there is no investment case here to make serious profits Do you think institutions who invested here so much higher will hang around now .. they will be itching to get out on perceived good news and use losses here to offset capital gains
jailbird
11/7/2020
07:05
I have no affiliation to the company. Just a clueless investor like yourself. But I understand that the company is well funded and needs no more capital. The question you should be asking is “ should I sell my shares at this level and let someone else take the gamble?” That’s your choice.
harvestminerals
11/7/2020
05:04
It is quite clear Co's namesake speaks for the Co.So you not see your credibility has been gone , just someone to Mick now . Read your last comments , will make you chuckle or cringe .Clueless like the BoDGood of you to mention fund raising though, it means it will be needed at some point .Yes blame Covid , not that there is little demand for the 'dust' .
jailbird
11/7/2020
00:10
In spite of Covid we are up on production and sales year on year. Q3 is already looking very positive. We have working capital for two years and no need to raise further.
harvestminerals
10/7/2020
22:28
Possibly still around 10 times overvalued ? - I might pick a few up sub 0.0030 though
kreature
10/7/2020
16:13
I'll take that as a no then harvest. Seems judging by our posts below, looks like I was nearer the mark. I don't expect we will be seeing you posting for quite a while again. whl2 10 Jun '20 - 18:27 - 863 of 905 Fourteen trading days left in June and the silence is deafening. I honestly see this testing 2.5 pence again by then. Still, the pumping gave Miton the opportunity to get out. harvestminerals17 Jun '20 - 12:37 - 877 of 905 The price is highly competitive and is targeted to make the adoption of KP Fertil essentially a no brainer. As an organic DANF it has huge benefits but when composted it becomes a one stop shop and represents a huge cost saving to the farmer. Results cannot just be published without being scrutinised and filed. This obviously takes time, especially now. The accompanying statement will demonstrate excellent progress in year on year sales. Profit will be assured and at a price point which is beneficial to all. IMHO.
whl2
09/7/2020
17:19
I would very much appreciate harvest mineral's thoughts on today's news given his recent postings.
whl2
09/7/2020
16:07
Accounts receivable pretty much covers all the revenue recognised for the last 6 months of 2019? How come the customers get such long credit terms ?
kreature
09/7/2020
14:24
By my calculations they sold 9,859 tonnes in H1 2020 compared to 8,455 in H1 2019. So they are still slightly ahead of last year. They need to sell another 31,808 tonnes in H2 2020 to make breakeven (given annualised costs have been reduced from $2.4m to $2.0m). I'm assuming they sold 41,545 tonnes in H2 2019 as the previous trading update said they sold 50kt in the calendar year 2019. Clearly H2 performance is key as 83% of the sales are in H2. DYOR
avobull
09/7/2020
10:26
What a bloody disgrace - the board and management have no shame !
hungary16
09/7/2020
09:13
Phew, good job we're building that extra storage capacity shed!
whl2
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