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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/5/2019
17:47
Hardly a trick....a large trade shows up and I mention if it is a buy or a sell......wow I am tricky......f*c*tard!
fsjamescampbell
13/5/2019
17:00
Fsj. You use every trick in the book to tempt the unwary into buying this dog. Interesting? Not really. Positive? Not really. How about answering a positive question? How much mining experience the Ceo has? I'm sure there are other shareholders besides me that would like to know? Yanfofailure!! Yanfofailiure!!!
borderterrier1
13/5/2019
15:01
Big trade..........20 million shares at 14.85p - new ii or seller exiting marking the bottom......interesting indeed? Pushed the share price up 2% or so, so it must be positive???
fsjamescampbell
11/5/2019
08:21
Fsj. Still Loooong and Stroooong? Or do you know something that we don't? Come on Frank, you have never been shy about giving us "information" before have you? Why the silence now? Perhaps you need to run it past the Audit Commitee of David Straker-Smith, Ernie Nutter and Stephen Betts first? As auditors, they would know..............wouldn't they?
borderterrier1
10/5/2019
15:20
Its abundantly clear now that the co. are making money for the "owners" but the shareholders are getting screwed. And please don't reply that the shareholders are the owners. They are not, Coris Bank is and the Law states that we have absolutely zero control here. But shareholders can influence who the directors are because "the obligation of a director is to promote the success of the company for the benefit of the shareholders." Over to YOU shareholders, because there is little doubt that this Bod and Ceo are not doing that.
borderterrier1
09/5/2019
19:59
This has had a bad smell for sometime now. Poor decisions, poor management, poor communication, inexperienced Ceo. Please correct me if I'm wrong with that last part? What do you expect? Wake up, shareholders. DB needs to go and the sooner the better.
borderterrier1
09/5/2019
14:08
Even I'm surprised by this drop now. My reading is that somebody in the know is getting out whilst they still can. Bad news incoming, methinks. An emergency equity placement? Or something else?
bookwormrobert
09/5/2019
12:29
Have you sold out again Frank?
ukgeorge
09/5/2019
09:28
corrientes Seriously, it wouldn't be difficult to be "bigger than Hum" would it? Its a disaster. But DB and the BOD still get their fat paychecks. Perhaps Del Boy should have stuck to selling dodgy computers instead of dodgy goldmines? Come to think of it, he would definitely know more about dodgy computers. He obviously knows nothing about goldmines.
borderterrier1
09/5/2019
08:52
Fsj. You can always top up again when this share price reaches 5p. Yes, you really are stupid enough to do that aren't you? BTW how is the coin collection coming along? Yanfofailure! Yanfofailure! Loooong and Strooong!
borderterrier1
08/5/2019
18:20
Sometimes, mainly in the oil industry, but also in the mining industry, glowing reports appear in strategic locations about "massive proven oil/gold/silver/uranium reserves" in remote areas. The web. site for these companies often feature staff in hard hats and "experts" measuring samples, laughing and joking, presumably about how much money they will make from these "massive, proven reserves." Heavy equipment is featured on the web. site and of course investors are always lining up to share the success story. Unfortunately,some of the time, these are "Pump and Dump schemes, designed to scam the unwary. I invested in a scheme like this in the oil industry here in the US several years ago and lost a considerable sum. Sometimes, despite DYOR, many private investors get their fingers burnt. The management and Ceos take the money at every opportunity, line their pockets at the expense of the investors, filtering profits through other outlets, run the company into the ground and then vanish without a trace. Am I suggesting that is what is happening here? Oh, shock, horror ABSOLUTELY NOT, I wouldn't dare. But sometimes, I can assure you, it can and it does happen. Hence the old mining quote from the 1800 California gold rush community:- "A goldmine is a hole in the ground with a liar on the top." Quote from bookwormrobert :- "Hum don't report their financials in enough detail to put together a full picture of the companies books" Who is the accountant? At one time, wasn't it Betts senior? Or maybe DB? You mean Dan Betts? Of course not!! The DB stands for Del Boy, of Trotters Independent Traders, Only fools and Horses fame. Now, he was a real con man wasn't he? Just asking. Really? Well, I'll be.......
borderterrier1
08/5/2019
15:03
Just a 15 bagger for management now. They must be getting upset, they will have to ramp up how many share options they award themselves this year. Possibly they can issue them at 0.5p.
ukgeorge
08/5/2019
08:36
Fsj. Lucky you! Another chance for you to buy on the dip? In the words of Warren Buffet:- "Be greedy when others are fearful". But I guess your latest buy a few weeks ago doesn't look too good now with this share price being back down to a TEN YEAR LOW does it? Yanfofailure! Yanfofailure! Looooong and Strooooong!
borderterrier1
07/5/2019
22:55
New-Buyer. Freefall? Why? Because as I have always said, this is due to complete incompetence and INEXPERIENCE of Ceo and management complacency. I DID tell you:- "A goldmine is a hole with a liar at the top". What say you now Frank the Moron? Loooooong and Strooooong?????
borderterrier1
07/5/2019
22:53
I'm not invested here but have a reasonable stake in AAU and the primary reason I invested there is the management, they have huge experience and purchased 11% of the company shares on open market. There is certainly bad luck here but bad luck can be mitigated by experience. AAU planned for rainy seasons and stored ore under cover resulting in record quarter results in a very wet rainy season I'm sure there are preventative measures an experienced team could have put in place to reduce the impact of their bad luck. Real problem for me here was the awarding of options at a penny, to me it smacks of young inexperienced team seeing a goldmine, underestimating potential problems and looking at ways to exploit it for their own ends when things seemed to be going well. I know people invested here and I genuinely hope it does but without new blood at the top this doesn't give me a good feeling. I agree that certain posts have been near the knuckle which is to be expected when large losses have been incurred but think everyone would benefit from a more tempered approach. But wish everyone in HUM the very best of luck and I'll keep watching . The only reason I posted was one poster stated that the bickering would turn people off. What it did do was lead me to do significant research before having a punt and that research led me to the conclusions above.
bigglesbingham
07/5/2019
17:13
I was on the brink of buying HUM when the share price was 30p way back in the spring of 2018. My caution was tempered by my past Shanta losses. Now look at both of them !! I would now be DOWN 50% here and even more with Shanta if I had not sold them when I did some years before that.
bmnsa
07/5/2019
09:43
Are they borrowing £10 mil to get through the rainy season? Where did you read this or have you just picked that off the moderated thread and tried to imply it as fact? More lies BT, you are not very good at them so if I was you I would give up!!
new_buyer
06/5/2019
08:05
As unpleasant as it is to see the share price soften, the fact is the AISC in Q2 will come down as the pit wall remedial work costs filter out, and the new ball mill will be adding to milled volumes from Q3, so the fixed costs per ounce will come down still further..., the share price will recover and the FY guidance Ounces remain the same..., it’s a learning year for the company, but from 2020 we can really start to smash the debt down and then talk about dividends.. :o) [edit] nice update from CORA, can't do us any harm..!
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