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Harvest Minerals Limited LSE:HMI London Ordinary Share AU000XINEAB4 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -2.26% 6.50 258,812 16:26:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.30 6.70 6.65 6.50 6.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 4.86 -4.17 -2.24 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:41:53 O 50,000 6.50 GBX

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Posted at 28/11/2022 08:20 by Harvest Minerals Daily Update
Harvest Minerals Limited is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HMI. The last closing price for Harvest Minerals was 6.65p.
Harvest Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 5.98p and a 12 week average price of 5.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.70p.
There are currently 185,835,884 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 348,029 shares. The market capitalisation of Harvest Minerals Limited is £12,079,332.46.
Posted at 20/11/2022 09:00 by ypymytyc
Still not being sold as a fertiliser, unless you happen to be a shareholder? Lol

hTTps://www.mfrural.com.br/detalhe/441920/representante

'We are distributors of Kpfertil Soil Remineralizer in Brasilia and we are looking for partners to represent or sell the product in Brasilia or other regions. Commission above market. Excellent quality product and price.'

If you search the website above under 'fertilisers' you will find ag-lime being sold for R$115/t - how's things going with the Harvest Lime 'Pains' project?
Soon be 18 months since that tenement was announced!

You'll also find K-forte selling @R$936/t - that's down from last known price of R$1029/t



YP

Posted at 03/11/2022 12:11 by kreature
Tbf wasn’t hmi profitable way back when it wasn’t profitable? See IG heyhi interview
Posted at 25/10/2022 12:16 by scrutable
The company's carelessness with clarity between "orders" and "sales" has IMO led to a grotesque undervaluation in these shares.

Perhaps the market notices more that investors have to sell when cash is short than only when things are going wrong, and some have to sell even when a share promises an immediate increase in value as does HMI right now.

Despite a huge increase in orders to 117539Ts during H1, followed by the record further growth to 74159Ts in Q3 "Sales"(invoiced?)were only 35014Ts - low by comparison.

There is thus a large backlog to invoice (if delivered) for Q4. Yet comprehensive income broke through to positive in Q3 for the first time.

So there should be a much much, larger profit to show for the current quarter.

Let someone else work out how much: possibly x4-10 times. Margins now are high by any standards.

Posted at 08/10/2022 09:47 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.
Posted at 05/10/2022 09:48 by kreature
To uncrypt a bit….Geisico was a partner that hmi gave a fortune of cash to for….um dunno. Then Geosico went bust. I think hmi have already written off what Gsico owed them, but the subsidiary of HMI hasn’t ?
Posted at 04/10/2022 08:05 by tightfist
Following the link, hats-off to Sarah Lowther for facing-off to Brian McMaster with some assertive questions (eg are investors viewed as "thick") which, in part, he goes to answer. Brian has clearly had his knuckles bruised by various comments. However his loose use of terminology isn't dead yet; if only we could hear consistent use of binding words such as "contract" and "revenue entitlement" we would get a long way forward, as we would with a simple statement about reality/plans for dry storage. Also irritating is Brian's repeated trivialising and assertion along the lines of "we told you all this before"..If he conveyed a simple, prompt and straightforward story the share price IMO could be multiples of where we are today; as he recognises, investors are not thick. tightfist
Posted at 18/8/2022 17:29 by scrutable
Today's share price rise of 7% was encouraging though well overdue. There must currently be a strong 'feel good" factor when trying to guess the results for H1 due in Sept . HMI shares would be more than double the current price were it not for the collossal impairments of $3.9m charged in the last accounts. I was trying to look forward five-six weeks today

Remove those in one's mind for this year and the next H1 account should astound. Sales last year achieved A$57,16/T leaving an operating margin of A$42,25/T to cover semi-fixed costs of A$5.76/T allowing (in addition) for wages and salaries i.e A$36.49 nett. That's 64% of sales - an unusually high operating margin for any product and any company!.

Wages and salaries would not necessarily have increased in line with sales though Sales bonuses would no doubt be due on the astonishing volume growth of 340% achieved for H1 but surely we can add something to the sales prices achieved for Q2 from the Ukraine effect?

I make that out to dangle a huge marginal profit (that 64%) of sales on every ton sold after break even. I gave up guessing because it is going to be good anyway: pace the black Swan event or unexpected actions of the strong minded CEO.,

Posted at 03/5/2022 11:17 by roguetreader
I think the company (Brian McMaster)will continue tight lipped wrt specific forward looking statements re production, cashflows etc. unless they have a very high level of confidence in achieving targets, following the caning the share price took 2018 to 2021 and subsequent criticism taken by the BOD from shareholders. If you look at the tenor of the 'talk' around HMI five years ago then this short article sums it up well IMO i.e. over optimistic in terms of timescales.

HTTPS://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/170931/harvest-minerals-to-up-pace-again-after-outstanding-year-170931.html

That said the share price in March 2017 was 13.8p primarily on the back of a 45Kt order, the current share price is 16p on the back of Q1 2022 sales of 70Kt and an annual forecast of 200Kt. So IMO the 2017 over optimism has given way to over caution in the share price in 2022; even after a such a large rise in the short-term, 16p is cheap and the company MCAP around £30M. The micro position of the company in 2022 is reinforced by the macro factors of large rises in global fertiliser costs and Brazils lack of home sourced fertiliser products combined with the excellent results from KPfertil trials.

If I recall correctly the Plant is now sized for 320Kt of production, so no immediate additional funding required. BM has stated that future funding will be from 'Cashflow', where cashflow build is the key item I am looking for going forward.

So all-in-all still v bullish.

Posted at 12/4/2022 18:57 by vlad the impaler
I was always fascinated, with how a share share price can stay up for as long as required, whilst a few sell millions, and collapse AFTER the selling is done

Wonderful share price physics really

Brunch anyone?

Posted at 31/3/2022 09:29 by roguetreader
Since last August the share price has now risen five fold and without additional news I would expect (but wouldn't predict) some sort of retracement in the short term. That said on the basis of 200K production for 2022, using extrapolated margins in line with price and cost projections previously put out by the company, IMO the share price could move a fair bit higher in 2022.
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