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
  -0.25 -1.04% 23.75 23.50 24.00 23.75 23.75 23.75 284,332 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 84

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08/4/2019
15:31
Biggest test for HUM and potential biggest mover of the share price is a successful Q3 (Rainy season) if they can demonstrate that the machine still works during this years rainy season then we could see a vast improvement in the share price Q2 will be HUM's best period of 2019 like last years Q2 was very strong (production wise).
fsjamescampbell
08/4/2019
14:57
It would be good to get the life of mine extension confirmed, but not sure if that is likely to be this month of later this quarter. Q1 update due about 30th April and hopefully that will show HUM to be back on an even keel and with the pit wall problems behind us. It'll be good to get another 2 or 3 solid quarters behind us with no issues and a safely navigated wet season behind us before the production capacity increase due nearer the end of the year.
new_buyer
08/4/2019
14:41
and I almost forgot the conspiracy theory........
new_buyer
08/4/2019
14:36
a paid deramper perhaps..........................
new_buyer
08/4/2019
14:36
Someone woke the black cloud, more depression no doubt and no doubt this company has absolutely no potential but hey the black cloud still claims to be invested here in a company that is so badly run with no prospects and oh yeah its Frank's fault also!! Now why would anyone with half a brain (and that might be the answer) stay invested in a company with no hope or prospects, answers on a postcard.............................
new_buyer
08/4/2019
13:55
rickyhatton. I agree and I'm absolutely not wanting to be difficult in any way here. But if you go back through the posts over the last two years and more the performance of this company in every way has been absolutely abysmal. IMO Drastic changes need to be made at top level or it will continue.
borderterrier1
08/4/2019
13:30
BT - More than "possible" I said "maybe a tad optimistic" ! A tad means "slight"! Highly "probable" that circa those kind of good figures will be delivered as "facts" in Q1. 30k oz sold, at $1300 sold, with AISC $950/$1000. $9m EBITDA in just one quarter. We shall soon see.
rickyhatton
08/4/2019
13:16
rickyhatton. Of course it is "possible". But possibility scenarios have been discussed on here for years now..... to no avail. The problem here is the lack of management communication skills and continual speculative innuendo from the co. mouthpiece that props this up in the eyes of rookie investors that don't know any better. Face the facts not hyperbole.
borderterrier1
08/4/2019
12:25
Maybe a tad optimistic but Q1 of 30k oz sold, at $1300, with AISC $950/$1000, is possible. Should improve in Q2 as one off costs soaked up in Q1, and then throughout the year to Q4 when ball mill operational.
rickyhatton
06/4/2019
10:27
Zzzzzzzzzz
new_buyer
05/4/2019
23:27
More depression from the black cloud!!!
new_buyer
05/4/2019
20:36
Fsj. Do you and NB ever stop to think how completely ridiculous you sound now? Harping on year after year about the merits of this and all it does is go DOWN?
borderterrier1
05/4/2019
17:55
UKGeorge 5 Apr '19 - 10:29 - 6310 of 6315 "The AISC they state also does not conform to the WGC, AISC as they choose to leave out head office costs." ================================= Where in the quarterly reports or presentations have HUM ever stated they do not include head office costs?! They will of course pro-rata G&A costs to apportion it correctly across assets (Mali, Liberia etc.), but I have not seen it stated by HUM they do not include G&A. In fact from the DFS, the exact opposite is assumed with G&A costs included in AISC.
redtrend
05/4/2019
13:12
Fsj and NB. Yes, I'm afraid that once again, I am being negative. Please look at the Hum chart for the last 10 years. Then perhaps it shouldn't be too difficult for you to understand why?
borderterrier1
05/4/2019
13:07
Dear me! UKG and his girlfriend BT can turn any post into a negative or an argument! Sad...........and you leave good old NB alone he is one of the good ones on here (see now im sticking up for him)....
fsjamescampbell
05/4/2019
12:40
After a few days of light sadly the boards black cloud has returned!!
new_buyer
05/4/2019
11:05
New-buyer Strange how you always defend Frank on here isn't It? "There are some with a different agenda and will post anything they like". Bottom line is:- company is well managed, share price goes UP. Company is not well managed, share price goes DOWN. The MARKET responds accordingly. It isn't because "AIM is the Wild West" The pit wall has collapsed, POG has gone down, a locust plague, "bad luck" or anything else. It is because of the management here. "I am picking up that you don't like the 1p management options". Really?
borderterrier1
05/4/2019
09:40
UKGeorge not sure you have read that right, looks like Frank is pointing out that PI's aren't always up to date on info that has already been issued, not sure what your point about blaming PI's has come from. You only have to trawl the BB's to see PI's making claims or statements that are not in fact true and if a little bit more researched they might not ask such questions or make such statements. Of course there are some with a different agenda and will just post anything they like!! I am picking up that you are not happy with the 1p options!! As for AIM it's like the wild west!! If you invest there you/we know the problems, you/we all (should) know what it is and be factored into the risk you/we are prepared to take!!
new_buyer
05/4/2019
09:20
That's part of the problem with AIM is PI's aren't generally up to speed with the company they are invested in, they expect much more then get disappointed when all along news and strategy has been previously documented / announced.
fsjamescampbell
05/4/2019
09:19
Wimbled AISC will be close to $1000 or maybe even over, i would expect a break even Q1 - don't forget that the pit wall remediation costs straddled the latter part of Q4 2018 and Q1 2019.......30koz i reckon is bang on put AISC could be $1000 or over....
fsjamescampbell
04/4/2019
22:06
Double post
1smallfry
04/4/2019
22:06
Aisc may be a bit higher as some of the pit wall costs rolled over I think , the 850 figure was for the whole year averaged out if I remember right
1smallfry
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