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
  +0.75p +3.06% 25.25p 25.00p 25.50p 26.00p 24.25p 24.25p 1,705,189 15:54:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 89

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26/4/2019
00:14
But New-buyer Pond Scum, there IS a question about the life of the mine you FKG idiot! We are talking about African goldmines where "proven reserves" can often be translated into "an educated guess" to entice investors and that's what I was talking about. Nobody knows for certain WHAT the reserves and LOM are at the moment, so why the extra 13 million on the second ball mill? And unfortunately, they have now proved conclusively that they are in fact, a team of muppets. A forward thinking Ceo that knows what he is doing would be right to organize a second ball mill to cope with demand. But this guy, who apparently has an education (but unfortunately, he's now proved it most definitely isn't in gold mining) would iron out the obvious problems. Like a rickety old wooden SUPPLY bridge, an idiot for an "experienced" manager that has "40 years of mining experience" in Africa and a con man for a financial advisor that tells him to spend 2 million on Bunker Hill. Oh yes, and the rainy season is an ANNUAL event. That means it happens EVERY year. Get it now, amoeba brain?
borderterrier1
25/4/2019
14:12
Come on BT you can do better than that can't you and to just show your blatant lying as what it is GoldenBull's full quote is as follows "If there was any question about many years life of mine, only a complete idiot and a team of muppets would buy a second mill." No doubt you will edit your post 6474 where you say "As Golden Bull says on the LSE bb "Only an idiot and a team of muppets would buy a second ball mill" Correct." You really are pond scum.
new_buyer
25/4/2019
13:09
Fsj. I'm not alone with my opinion. As Golden Bull says on the LSE bb "Only an idiot and a team of muppets would buy a second ball mill" Correct. CD says the same and there are others. But I guess we are all boring shirtlifters and we should take notice of what YOU tell us because you are , after all, in the know and a mining expert......... like DB is? The key words are:- "This will allow the plant to increase its throughput capacity." Really? Perhaps they should learn to "walk before they can run"? Because for the last two years they have been crawling like infants. Board room tactics. "We can't manage to reach production targets because of bad luck. I know, let's waste 13 million on another ball mill we don't need, that will fix the problem! We will still get our big pay checks."
borderterrier1
25/4/2019
09:05
A second Ball Mill is an essential move forward BT - if you can't grasp this then you are worse than i thought! The second ball mill at the Yanfolila Gold Mine is a direct result of the confidence that HUM in their expectation that Yanfolila's Reserves will grow over its mine life and the second mill will allow the plant to increase its throughput capacity. The plan is to increase the plant throughput to 1.4Mtpa from 1.24Mtpa based on a blend of ore types and when operating at 100% fresh ore the throughput capacity will increase from 1Mtpa to 1.24Mtpa They had set aside in the DFS a spend of $9m on a secondary tertiary crusher so the decision to spend this money plus another $4m on a far better option of a 2nd ball mill is a massive positive for the company......demonstrates also Dan Betts skills as a CEO as he listens and absorbs feedback from the very experienced mining managers and so on!!!
fsjamescampbell
25/4/2019
08:10
BT you are obviously a paid deramper, if not give me your considered opinion as to why a second ball mill is beyond your comprehension?
new_buyer
24/4/2019
18:14
BT - i was thinking the same. We know he has an English degree but coming from several generations of bullion & diamond merchants you would have thought he had learnt something about the business along the way.
sandoval
24/4/2019
15:03
BT I'd rather be a cross between a mushroom and an ostrich than a narcissist!! LSE, that board that I also participate on that you can't, I must return their soon, much better than this board! There's no place for a obvious paid deramper on the LSE board!!
new_buyer
24/4/2019
14:04
Fsj. Here's a legitimate, genuine question for you. How much actual EXPERIENCE in gold mining does DB have? I know he comes from a family of bullion dealers etc. But I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about actual "hands on" experience before this project?
borderterrier1
24/4/2019
13:31
new_buyer It looks as though your genetic make up is a cross between a mushroom and an ostrich. Please pull your head out of the sand and stop listening to the BS. But don't take my word for it, read some of the posts this morning on the LSE bb. But I guess that in your feeble mind, they are all wrong?
borderterrier1
24/4/2019
09:02
Don't you know more about everything than anybody? (surely we don't have "The Don" posting on here do we?)
new_buyer
23/4/2019
17:35
There you go BT - hit with the facts and you have nothing of substance to come back with. Pit walls and bridges damaged by excessive rain is not bad management. 1p options and Bunker Hill cons is bad management. Someone being shot by the country's armed guard is not bad management, heavy rains in over 10 years is not bad management. Achieving 33koz of gold production during Q2 2018 is a sterling effort! Achieving only 23koz in Q1 2019 due to the extent of artisinal mining on the licence unknown until that element becomes mined is not bad management. These, however are all factors that give HUM great experience going forward, they can mitigate and manage some of these elements but some force majeure anomalies are nothing to do with poor management.
fsjamescampbell
23/4/2019
16:19
You deramped all the way from 19p to 39p and back down again so if the management bought 50m shares you would find something else to complain about. Your employers must be happy. Are you on a good bonus?
new_buyer
23/4/2019
16:00
Like I said, quote:- "bad luck or bad MANAGEMENT" Management that won't buy shares here. Get it now?
borderterrier1
23/4/2019
15:41
"some rotten luck since may 2018 and made a bad choice with BH and 1p options" Thought I'd help you out BT, the eyes not what they used to be?
new_buyer
23/4/2019
14:47
Fsj. Bad luck, or bad management?
borderterrier1
23/4/2019
13:57
WAIT FOR BT's NONSENSE RESPONSE NOW TO THE ABOVE FACTS!!!!!!................
fsjamescampbell
23/4/2019
13:56
BT Pick up the phone or email the company yourself, they are happy to talk to investors about the news that has been released and other matters associated that are not sensitive. Thats all i have been doing for the last 2 years or so. By the way, like NB mentioned, please alert me to some of my posts that have been glowing reports that have made you buy shares. I have written many posts about the production phase, the POG and potential that the company has etc......but there is not one post that has not been factual or written with assumptions based around the noise and news that has been coming from the company. Just face it you are not cut out for this investing lark, you are one of those panic merchants with no plan, you need to give this time and once HUM get a grip of the operations and the rainy seasons etc then the value will begin to be realised. Thats not ramping it is how you view a valued investment that is backed by strong fundamentals which HUM certainly is. They have had some rotten luck since may 2018 and made a bad choice with BH and 1p options has become a sore point for shareholders. But that is it, the bad luck events from the incident on site when Komana West was about to be mined and they had a coming together with some artisanal miners through to the rainy season, depleted ore as a result, the pit wall weakness and bridge to site issue then finally compounded further with recent Q1 results indicating lower production because the area mined by the artisanals was deeper than anticipated in the study costing HUM in production and unfortunately falling within Q1 this year. I would say that these are the REAL and ONLY reasons that HUM is 16p and not 46p right now!
fsjamescampbell
22/4/2019
17:06
No, but they will look into a complaint if the suspected ramper/inside trader can be successfully identified. And I see on the LSE bb this morning that "only a numpty would base their research on things they read on a bb" Really? Well please advise us all "O great one" , how we may carry out the correct way to do our own research? Should we take notice of the glowing predictions from brokers? ALL of which has been wrong. Should we listen to the "well informed" information from the visitors to the mine? Should we watch all the news clips from the Ceo that tell us what a great buying opportunity this is, but his BOD don't follow his advice and put their hands in their pockets to buy themselves a lucrative position here? Should we read all the glowing news stories about this? Please advise us poor idiots of the correct way to do this. Or perhaps, when all the above fails miserably, like it has to date, we should buy ourselves a crystal ball, meditate and burn candles in our futile pursuit of "reasearch" here ? Please enlighten us. Numpty.
borderterrier1
22/4/2019
16:32
You really think they have nothing better to do than look into a message board complaint? Grow up man.
new_buyer
22/4/2019
16:27
Of course it isn't fair, very little is in this troubled world. But if you suspect me of being a paid deramper as you keep saying, you are entitled to report me just the same as I am entitled to report someone who I suspect of being a paid ramper and inside trader. The authorities will look into and deal with it, that's what they are paid to do.
borderterrier1
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