Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hummingbird LSE:HUM London Ordinary Share GB00B60BWY28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +1.39% 36.50p 36.00p 37.00p 36.50p 36.50p 36.50p 85,633 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -6.8 -2.9 - 125.83

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03/1/2018
21:10
Thanks Jim and here is what seekingalpha says about HUM.Hummingbird Resources (11/5/2017)Hummingbird Resources has two advanced open pit gold projects in West Africa (Mali and Liberia). It looks like a can't miss stock. They have 6.4 million oz at 2 gpt and another 150 targets on 1 million acres. The Yanfolila project (2.2 million oz at 2.5 gpt) in Mali is a near-term producer (Q1 2018) at 100,000 oz, with cash costs of only $650 per oz. The $80 million capex is funded ($70 million equity financing) and it has a 50% after-tax IRR. They will use this project as leverage to finance Dubge in Liberia.They have a smart management team and know that cash is king in the mining business, keeping their cash balance high. They have $50 million in the bank and construction at Yanfolila is 86% completed. Plus, they will have significant cash flow in 2018 to advance Dugbe, their next mine. The Dugbe project (4.2 million oz at 1.5 gpt) is also economic (29% IRR at $1300 gold) and heading toward production of 125,000 oz in 2020. The capex is $212 million, but should be easy to finance. They have a very good management team and it is a shallow open pit, which is easy to mine. And Liberia is a mine friendly country. Perhaps the best place to mine in West Africa. It's no longer cheap, with a FD market cap of $180 million. However, it could still be a 10 bagger if they build both mines and gold prices rise. I could be wrong, but if they aren't a 5 or 10 bagger, I'll be surprised. They have all of the factors I look for: large resources, low to moderate costs, economic projects, a pipeline for growth, strong management, a path to production, likelihood of financing, and a decent ore grade. It's not in a great location (West Africa), but Liberia and western Mali aren't too bad
charles clore
03/1/2018
20:27
more on HUM. Let’s not lose sight of the big picture...the prospects are very good hTTps://seekingalpha.com/article/4134895-top-20-gold-mining-stocks-2018
jimbowen30
03/1/2018
19:09
double post
jbravo2
03/1/2018
18:54
High volume again 4 million at 34.25 the share price held up quite well
croasdalelfc
03/1/2018
16:28
I'm of the view gold will go up along with the economy, similar to 2001>. I don't think gold needs a crisis to do well.
zhockey
03/1/2018
16:24
Something tells me you are gutted those construction figures never smashed gold :-)
zeberdie
03/1/2018
16:12
I think he meant tWit....?
shortarm
03/1/2018
15:52
Westie, I don't do wit.
zhockey
03/1/2018
15:49
arghhhh, dont even mention its name. he makes me want to hurt puppies ;-)
zeberdie
03/1/2018
15:34
zhockey -- ngms holds the record on ADVFN for dry wit and deliberately winding folk up. Attempting to compete would be futile -- especially here :-) ATB in 2018
westmoreland lad
03/1/2018
15:34
The only thing that matters at this point in time and over the next 6 months for that matter is getting into commercial production. End of story. I would love to have a monthly update, stating how it is getting on. e.g. Tonnes mined, Ore mined, Ore processed, average grade, oz produced, recovery rates. The company are not obliged to give sweet FA information as we are on the Aim market. But it would be very nice and welcome.
ukgeorge
03/1/2018
15:26
Charles that was because HUM was priced for success, folks were expecting 60p on first pour and when that didn't happen (predictabley) some sold out. Also the AAG deal falling through did not help.
zhockey
03/1/2018
15:17
Zh - what makes you think the pog is the most important factor here? Since early December the pog has risen by 70 dollars an ounce and during the same period HUM has fallen by 5p. Another factor is at play here apart from the gold price imho.
charles clore
03/1/2018
15:02
Charles, All depends on gold, if it moves higher from here I'd expect HUM to bounce of the 200SMA. If gold retests lows then low 20s here IMO.
zhockey
03/1/2018
12:19
Another 1 million + sale ....definitely an over hang at the moment
ukgeorge
03/1/2018
12:12
Have Sloane finished selling.......what % do they still own....they have been the overhang in the past
lasata
03/1/2018
11:22
zeb - I am just stating it as I see it on the chart. After 34p the next support would be 27p but I doubt very much that it would ever get that low.
charles clore
03/1/2018
11:08
Talk of 27 is a bit dramatic. We are simply seeing a reshuffle of the register.
zeberdie
03/1/2018
10:38
zh - so would you agree that any drop towards the next 27p support level would present a buying opportunity?
charles clore
03/1/2018
09:56
Charles, fairly priced here I would say based on 100k/yr. Will require discovery news or gold price increases to go up IMO.
zhockey
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