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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
  0.00 0.0% 5.00 889,429 08:00:19
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.70 5.30 5.00 5.00 5.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 1.44 -0.91 -0.49 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:53:14 O 200,000 4.85 GBX

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2022-01-27 16:53:144.72100,0004,715.00O
2022-01-27 16:52:484.70100,0004,700.00O
2022-01-27 16:52:234.86100,0004,855.00O
2022-01-27 16:04:304.7342,4982,008.03O
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27/1/2022
08:20
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 5p.
Harvest Minerals Limited has a 4 week average price of 4.25p and a 12 week average price of 3.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 6.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.40p.
There are currently 185,835,884 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 447,531 shares. The market capitalisation of Harvest Minerals Limited is £9,291,794.20.
14/1/2022
08:18
roguetreader: Worth a read (posted on Twitter by HMI) HTTPS://www.fastmarkets.com/brazils-fertilizer-and-pesticide-outlooks-remain-critical-2022-preview
13/1/2022
05:45
ypymytyc: It's been heavy and persistent rain for weeks now. MG354 was in part closed last Sunday and asphalt roads in Carmo... washed away. Surprised HMI didn't use the weather as an excuse for low sales in Q4. Can't put wet rocks through the dust machine without considerable loss of capacity. I think they need more storage and offer discounts to not crush the dust! Funny how Verde is said to be similar product yet they don't have that problem? In fact, they don't even have any storage. YP
12/1/2022
10:43
avobull: And in the meantime, if HMI meet their target that should generate a couple of million in free cashflow allowing a dividend to be paid this year.. Or maybe a share buyback if the share price remains low. Or maybe both!
11/1/2022
15:27
avobull: At full capacity this will throw out loads of free cash flow each year. And with a mine life of 100 years, this makes HMI a very attractive proposition Looking at the amount of desperate posts on this forum, we could get a short squeeze very soon too, haha
11/1/2022
08:34
kreature: Apparently they could pay out dividends this year though. So tbf if nothing else, HMI have a good sense of humour.
10/1/2022
19:06
papillon: It was a UT trade, meanreverter. Ignore it. The official closing spread was 6-6.2p so, unless there is some news issued via an RNS before the marhet opens, the share price will open at 6.1p tomorrow. I honestly don't know why the likes of advfn take notice of these tiny UT trades after the market is closed when calculating the closing price. Unfortunately it's quite a common occurrence.
10/1/2022
18:48
meanreverter: Can anyone explain, please, what happened in trade #143 recorded at 16:35:00 today? When the bid—offer quote was 6—6.2p, the share price was instantly crashed to 5p by the sale of 605 shares — the magnitude of the sale amounting therefore to a grand total of £30.25.
08/1/2022
10:53
ypymytyc: Verde is way over priced, buoyed-up by the current potash price. Their FML licence for 2.5MT application has stalled, it could have been issued Dec 2021. They are also being questioned by ANM in regard to illegal/irregular mining - oh dear. An NI-43-101/JORC resource for the Miriri remineraliser project is required (contractually) within 6 months a contract signature (by BF Mineracao....). Not cheap but no doubt the boys at GE21 are working on the right now! That will trigger another US$250,000 share payment to the related related party of Brazilian individuals who have also just had their US$100,000 early Christmas bonus. The Miriri project will also require a drill campaign of 1000 metres - contractually. They have started research at their flagship 'Pains' Limestone project - ANM notified 16-Dec-2021. The company will need cash! YP
26/10/2021
09:07
harvestminerals: Eezy. The valuation of the company is ultimately what shareholders value the shares at. Until recently there has been doubt about the ability to sell the product. Clearly with today’s RNS our shareholders can see that farmers are increasingly willing to change their processes in order to benefit from KP Fertil. The price and payment structure certainly makes this an easier decision. As more of the market switch to KP Fertil, the crop quality and yield results year on year speak for themselves. So with sales assured, the focus now switches to profit. Valuation of the company based on current sales and prices per tonne is several times in excess of today’s share price. Should you value the company on future sales quantities and prices per tonne then the potential here is quite remarkable and unparalleled when you factor in the minimal risk. Ultimately the shareholders will decide the value of the company. I believe that as Harvest continues to perform the price will begin to reflect fair value in the near term. Good luck.
06/6/2021
16:10
roguetreader: It's curious, YP has made hundreds of posts to this thread and the other key HMI thread since the it was set up in Sept 2015 and as most long term followers of HMI here (and there) know most if not all have been critical of the company / its performance. YP has been asked on a number of occasions as to why they post and still follow the company when they regard it in such a negative perspective, but to my knowledge they have not answered. Also interesting is that they have consistently deleted most if not all of their postings once they get past a certain age, I can't think of a good reason why you would do this unless you believe either you are / were wrong at the time or what you posted doesn't stand up to subsequent events. I am positive and invested in HMI, having more than doubled down as the share price dropped, but am under no illusion to the risks of investing in an illiquid AIM stock with a MCAP of £8M+. As YP says 'you pay your money, you take your chance'. I'm happy to do that.
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