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
  +0.00p +0.00% 21.50p 21.00p 22.00p 21.50p 21.50p 21.50p 82,041 07:47:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 76

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20/5/2019
16:15
Oct 2016 is not far off 2017 and is a lot closer than Frank followed me here which is (another) blatant lie, but they are common with you. You just can't help yourself can you, you are just lying very lonely man!
new_buyer
20/5/2019
16:07
new-buyer. And yet Frank says on his post three above "Only been here 2 years" Strange eh? Wouldn't that be 2017 not 2016? I know you can't read, but counting should be a bit easier. After me:- 1-2-3-4-6- etc. Hummmmmmmmmm......?
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
15:59
Oh and as another easy lie to prove you can check someones profile to see when they joined this site, Frank is 2016 and borderterrier 2018 but of course Frank followed our lying narcissist onto this site, give me strength. You have been warned.
new_buyer
20/5/2019
13:31
Only been here 2 years........wrong again bt....by the way moneyfornothing1 by all means ema me fsjamescampbell@aol.com I can email the site report from March 2018 you can then fully judge for yourself...it is a factual report, obviously we ha e hindsight in play as it is over 12 mo ths old, but feel free to email me.
fsjamescampbell
20/5/2019
13:28
Not sure I would agree and if I could not find the info I wanted, as you say it is hard to ascertain from filings and returns, then I think I would walk away. I don't have enough to take too high an undue risk, a bit of risk yes but I have to be comfortable with it.
moneyfornothing1
20/5/2019
13:23
moneyfornothing1 To the best of my ability, (and others on here have also said the same) I absolutely did thoroughly research the company. But (as I'm sure you'll agree,) a company mouthpiece "in the know" who is as persistent as Fsj has been over the last three years, is very hard to ignore?
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
13:14
That seems to me to be part and parcel of investing in AIM companies, higher risk and reward and why I will only ever invest a small part of my portfolio here. If you can't research the company properly you are taking a stab in the dark in my opinion.
moneyfornothing1
20/5/2019
13:11
moneyfornothing1 More investors than me have hinted on here that their judgement was swayed by Fsj. After all, he did win the competition to visit the mine and he put a glowing, lengthy report on here about his visit. His companion on the trip was another investor, who commented some time ago on here that he was "sick as FK" or words to that effect, of the progress made since the visit. I got my fingers burned with a fledgling oil co. in the US several years ago that bore remarkable similarities to this in as much that the financials were always "patchy", inconclusive and they were overseen by a board member with doubtful contacts. Remember, not all information is available on the Internet and parts are often removed.
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
12:11
borderterrier I still have more research to carry out before I get to the point here of forming my own opinions, will check out the Betts family too but would be surprised if they could influence investment companies but like I say more research to do yet. You seem to role out that quote about the lair on top quite often LOL. You certainly don't seem to be a fan of fsjamescampbell, did you get taken in by what you say was misleading information and was some of that from him?
moneyfornothing1
20/5/2019
11:51
moneyfornothing1 If only it was that simple. Under "normal" circumstances, a Ceo with a track record with a co. like this would have been removed, don't you agree? And if you don't agree, why not? Perhaps the Betts family, with their long involvement in this industry have clout in other areas? Please read the glowing testimonials back in the early days when this was just a hole in the ground. Where did all that "information for investors" come from? Information that has since proved to be completely misleading. Misleading for virtually everyone who invested here early with the possible exception of Fsj the co. mouth piece and mine visitor that by his own admission has now accumulated more shares because he "luckily" knew when to sell. And don't forget that since mine completion, this share price has steadily deteriorated. Why?? It wasn't because of the security breach. It wasn't because of bad weather. It wasn't because the supply bridge washed out. It wasn't because of the involvement in BH. The share price was deteriorating long BEFORE all that happened. Why? Any ideas? Look at what is happening with Cora right now and always remember the quote from the 1880 gold rush in the US:- "a goldmine is a hole in the ground with a liar at the top". And at the end of the day, the 10 year chart says it all.
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
11:24
Little rise so far today......nice to see
fsjamescampbell
20/5/2019
10:21
What makes you think it is a strong possibility? I would assume that if it was to happen it would have been when all the bad decisions you say were taken came to bear, which surely means the middle of 2018 don't you think?
moneyfornothing1
20/5/2019
10:16
moneyfornothing1 I agree and I did say exactly this in another post on here a couple of weeks ago. I think (depending on the next update) the Ceos removal is a strong possibility and I would welcome that decision.
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
10:03
borderterrier PI's have little leverage but II's certainly do. Would you not think that if the II's wanted the CEO removed they would not be able to do it? If you think they have the power and they have not removed the CEO it might possibly mean that maybe they are not as unhappy as you certainly are with him. We will never know what they think until any action is taken but just a thought.
moneyfornothing1
20/5/2019
09:33
Redtrend Good post above. I would suggest that some of UKG's negative sentiment would be factoring in frustration for "all the problems experienced". IMO with an experienced team some of those problems should have and could have been avoided. Paying high salaries to a Ceo who obviously doesn't know what he is doing and who is even more obviously hiring the wrong team here smacks of gross inexperience/arrogance and disregard to the shareholders. Its a very poor show and it will continue until the man at the helm is removed. We, the long time shareholders have been patiently waiting for the faint glimmer of hope that (despite Fsj's continual ramping and support ) never comes. Changes need to be implemented for that to happen. Disaster Dan Betts has had long enough.
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
09:09
Whilst I agree with some of UKG's negative sentiment there are key items that are not correct: 1) If you try and normalise HUM Market Cap to include for its gross debt, you also have to include its cash position and has to be Net Debt basis ($43m Net Debt). 2) G&A costs outside of Yanfofila AISC of $100 per Oz is just a made up number. AISC includes all G&A costs. The exclusions are Non-sustaining Capex & Exploration, Dugbe and any other costs not linked to Yanfofila. Once the Ball Mill costs of $13m and recent non-sustaining Exploration Costs of $8.6m are worked through the books (a lot of it is fresh and still hitting the books), the reported Yan AISC will be closer to actual cashflow estimates. 3) The Mine Life as per the Plan was 7yrs even without Gonka and other extensions. So as a minimum you would have 6yrs left, not 5. Quite a sizeable difference when people calculate P/E and what multiple to use. 4) When calculating Tax, you must include for substantial depreciation/ amortisation of capitalised costs which will significantly reduce profit in the books and therefore the tax. So whilst I would agree the share price is currently "fair value" for all the problems experienced, it's not "toppy" by any means. Although let's see what next raft of news brings: Annual Accounts should be soon, as should LoM update. But of course the key update will be Q2 2019 results.
redtrend
20/5/2019
08:23
Fsj. Perhaps I'm somewhere else? Can't wait to see where the share price goes today. As usual, I'm sure your friend Disaster Dan has everything under control. Yanfofailure!!!
borderterrier1
20/5/2019
08:01
No.....you love me you peanut butter smeared weirdo.............Anyway why you posting, isn't it the middle of the night in the US....?
fsjamescampbell
20/5/2019
07:59
Fsj. Perhaps its because regardless of how bad this company performs you still support Disaster Dan and Yanfofailure. I wonder why?
borderterrier1
19/5/2019
15:33
ii will be increasing fees again from June 10th. Its long overdue I transferred out from this broker. If anybody can recommend a cheaper broker let me know. I am considering going to iweb-sharedealing(Halifax) for a fixed £5 a trade or X-O(Jarvis) for £5.95, neither have monthly, yearly, or inactivity fees like ii
carlsagan1
19/5/2019
14:56
napolean 14th. I agree, the Ceo here needs to go immediately and I am really surprised he has not been removed before now. Unfortunately, regardless of the glaringly obvious, complete idiots like Fsj and New_Buyer are still hanging around to convince us all he is doing a great job. And they both think that I'm an idiot for suggesting that he needs to be removed........ but the current share price confirms it. It's strange World we live in these days when people abandon objectivity in favor of sentiment. It is DB's baby after all and investors are suffering here as a result of his selfish ends.
borderterrier1
19/5/2019
13:50
KAV Some nice words in the morning note from the highly respected mining analyst John Meyer at share price Angel ref: LSE:KAV / www.kavangoresources.com /Tw*tt*r = #KAV Kavango Resources (KAV LN) 3.6p, Mkt Cap £5.7m – Laws of probability to be rewritten after Kavango strikes mineralisation in first and second drill holes under Karoo sand in Botswana Kavango, which is exploring for a large-scale bushveld igneous-type mineralisation reports results from a second drill hole in Botswana. The team which are highly experienced in the geology of the region have used geophysical data and remote sensing to establish drilling locations. Remarkably, the first drill hole hit mineralisation under the sandy Karoo sediments Even more remarkably the second drill hole is reported to have also hit mineralisation including copper in chalcopyrite with a 1.5% XRF gun reading. X-Ray Frequency gun readings are not considered to be reliable due to their potential for miss-reporting but we do place some value on the readings when in the honorable hands of Messrs. Foster and Moles. The first drill hole hit a 200m zone of intensely altered rock with indicative cobalt values of up to 0.9%, averaging 0.2% cobalt and >70m of elevated copper, zinc, lead and nickel values. Conclusion: Kavango is worth watching and we await results from drill core assays. While we never doubted the skill of the geological team we are surprised and impressed to see two sets of mineralised results in so short a time frame. Well done team!
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