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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hummingbird Resources Plc 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
  -0.80 -2.19% 35.70 35.50 36.00 36.75 35.50 36.75 2,810,084 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.3 7.1 1.2 29.8 127

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28/2/2018
10:51
My English is pretty bad but whoever wrote that clearly needed a very good editor and proof reader.
ukgeorge
28/2/2018
10:35
Lurker5, Why don't you name the source of that bearish piece? Frankly I take issue with much of it and find it incorrect in many areas. In my own experience, I have found that most NPV targets are conservative over time but serve as a useful 'sanity check' for projects in development. The author keeps repeating 12% as a discount rate yet I have never encountered such a rate being applied over the last 20 years. Why would they in such a low interest/inflation environment. The author appears to misunderstand what is actually factored into a DCF/NPV calculations because he/she states that further CAPEX would be added after the event, thus diluting the end result. When in reality all such pre-production outflows are already part of the cash flow calculations. However, all views are welcomed and it is up to every investor to carry out their own due diligence. And, of course, in the final analysis the company has to actually deliver on their project. Chip
chipperfrd
28/2/2018
10:34
Lurker5, have you got a link to that article? I have been unable to find it online Tia
return_of_the_apeman
28/2/2018
09:49
Quite right Catsick, bulls need to be brave and step up to buy or else support at 32.5p could be tested which could lead to 26p in short order. Volume is woefully low
return_of_the_apeman
28/2/2018
09:39
Ive been chipping away buying more, this will come good in the end, Its worth having a look at the TSX listed Endeavour as a comparison as it owns most of the other mines in the area and would probably snap up Yanfolila at these prices, they own the close by Hounde mine which is basically twice the size of Yanfolilla and comparable in most other respects, It has also just reached commercial production and sold a 2% royalty stream on produced gold at the mine for 45mio usd which is a crazy high valuation, the market for these royalty streams is very strong and may be a good way for hum to fund the liberia project in part ....
catsick
28/2/2018
08:08
Yesterday sell volume > 500k, buys < 100k. Until the seller has gone unfortunately looks like this will drift. Fml
return_of_the_apeman
27/2/2018
21:02
Until we are in commercial production and a quarter or two of cost below $900/oz these are risky. Yes they haven't put a foot wrong but so many have failed at this last hurdle.
ukgeorge
27/2/2018
20:09
very odd share price performance....I agree...
qs99
27/2/2018
20:00
It is fkin irritating, but remain buoyant while there is loads of good news to come. Remember we are still a 'speculative' buy. Once we are a proven entity - with formal cash rich accounts it will be a different story....
darola
27/2/2018
19:08
Highly predictable, not crazy.
zhockey
27/2/2018
18:15
Crazy share price beginning to tick me off
charles clore
26/2/2018
14:22
A large, very desperate seller. Either that, or a very stupid one. This should be well up in the 40-50p range by now imho, not still in the mid 30s. Could be interesting to see what happens when full production is announced.
charles clore
26/2/2018
08:23
Do those large trades at the close on Friday mean we still have the large seller?
return_of_the_apeman
24/2/2018
02:17
This very interesting presentation was put up on the aaz board, very relevant to hum as gives some data on just how few mining projects come in on time and budget and then how few make the profits they promoted at the start. Hum are in a minority and if they can provide the cashflow they have projected they will be in a very small minority and deserve a big re ratehttps://youtu.be/U6VDYSZRGe4
catsick
23/2/2018
17:35
I can't even remember the last time gold stocks were loved.....
casual47
23/2/2018
16:33
most gold stocks are currently unloved: once the scenery changes we'll see some meaningful re-ratings and across the board too.
rhuvaal2
23/2/2018
12:04
It's sooooo quiet
ukgeorge
21/2/2018
16:18
I hope they achieve it. But from covering the gold sector for a number of years I will remain skeptical (like the market is) until they prove it.
ukgeorge
21/2/2018
12:02
UK George - just to point out that in the latest presentation the company is predicting an AISC of $750 per ounce on commercial production. They've delivered everything that they've promised so far, so I'm pretty confident that they'll deliver on this figure as well.
bookwormrobert
21/2/2018
10:36
I've entered the competition to visit the minesite. Please help :) https://twitter.com/georgeamcoles/status/965893122222903296 Promise to post an update and will ask plenty of questions. Cheers Roll on commercial production ASAP
ukgeorge
19/2/2018
13:33
40p may arrive sooner than we think. Kicking myself I did not add at 33p.
edjge2
19/2/2018
13:31
I hope these are still sub 50p after the first quarter of commercial production and that the costs are sub $850/oz. As if that happens they will be the bargain of the year. :)
ukgeorge
19/2/2018
08:41
Pound dropping I'd say!
darola
19/2/2018
08:32
Penny dropping?
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