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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
  0.00 0.0% 22.00 21.50 22.50 22.00 22.00 22.00 148,460 08:00:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 77

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08/8/2019
07:16
Update on the weather in Mali now would be useful "The rainy season also has negative effects on Mali. The rains destroy the communication lines within the country: many roads become inaccessible for 2 or 3 months and, sometimes telephone lines become unpredictable"
lasata
07/8/2019
12:04
Gold approaching $1500 now.
bittorrent
07/8/2019
10:47
One of the reasons HUM backed out with AGG is the number of artisanal miners on top of their resources. Circa 10k! That would have been a huge effort and political sh*t storm. So irrespective of grades and options, I don’t think they’d touch it.
darola
07/8/2019
07:32
hxxps://youtu.be/JY1VNTk049c Superb analysis of CORA and HUM mentioned!
fsjamescampbell
07/8/2019
06:53
I would agree. It should be noted: a) Yanfolila itself has ample room to expand its Life of Mine - at least 5yrs, possibly more. b) Cora has 2 main prospects: Tekeledougou and Sanankoro (they have others but these are most advanced) - Tekeledougou is just round the corner from Yanfolila(5km or so) and has some high grades reported: •56m @ 2.2 g/t Au •17m @ 6.8 g/t Au •1m @ 35.7 g/t Au - Sanankoro is asset further away (80km or so). Depending on terrain and Capex versus Opex, it's weighing up whether Sanankoro is better as stand-alone mine or feed to Yanfolila. There are 2 very interesting zones with high grade intercepts already: •8 m at 3 17 g/t Au from 69 m •26 m at 2 60 g/t Au from 71 m •24 m at 2 83 g/t Au from 56 m •46 m at 4 48 g/t Au from 49 m •17 m at 5 10 g/t Au from 37 m •48 m at 1 91 g/t Au from 17 m •13 m at 2 33 g/t Au from 43 m c) Next door to Sanankoro you have AGG's Kobada 2.2m Oz resource. HUM were right to back out of the Kobada deal though - the grades are poor hovering at 1 g/t and very few high grade zones. However if Sanankoro was developed as stand-alone mine, to extend mine life one could acquire AGG and blend low-grade with high-grade Sanankoro ore. Considering HUM were debating trucking Kobada ore, it's not out of the question Sanankoro ore could be trucked. The last Cora presentation is pretty interesting to see how they've progressed. hxxp://www.coragold.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Cora-Gold-Corporate-Presentation-July-2019-final.pdf
redtrend
07/8/2019
05:46
To me, a tie-up between HUM and CORA looks like a "no brainer" (hate that expression!) Hum has the plant up and running, Cora has the ore within trucking distance (80Km?) Unless Cora are going to invest in their own plant, which we know is not cheap and would need funds.
bittorrent
06/8/2019
22:53
ToInfinity. Yes, fabulous news eh? HUMRF up almost 16% today on the NYSE or in real terms almost $25,000 in my portfolio! Fabulous indeed! Thank you Hum team....I always had faith in you!
borderterrier1
06/8/2019
14:39
Interesting to see both HUM and CORA moving up, CORA more than HUM, but good to see. POG touching $1,470 and a good interview on VOX yesterday.
new_buyer
06/8/2019
12:43
The incentive plan was badly handled. I don't object to having a portion of free shares as incentive for a company that is trying to preserve cash, and the 1p options effectively were free shares, but they should have been a much smaller part of a much more comprehensive incentive plan which also includes options at a significant premium and which are linked to the longer term performance of the company. Options are often used by management to illustrate confidence in where they see the company shareprice in the next 2 to 3 years. And for sure there should be a 3 year or so lock-in of all such incentives, especially the free/1p shares.
casual47
06/8/2019
12:20
And yet you guys are STILL talking about me? I guess you miss me? Yippie ki yay!!!!
borderterrier1
06/8/2019
09:58
The exercise price was 1p. If the exercise price is 20p rather than 1p then the company gets an extra 19p per share in the till. At 1p the shares are virtually for free and therefore highly dilutive. Nothing wrong with share options which align the interests of management and shareholders, but they need to be properly structured so that they are not seen as a sinecure. Betts should let Monroe do the interviews. The latter is a far more convincing speaker and much closer to detail.
charlieeee
06/8/2019
09:58
I've not been here long but it seems that BT is not as revered as he believes he is, I think I read in one of his posts that 99% of people on this board believe him but I'd suggest it is probably the other way round, very odd fellow.
moneyfornothing1
06/8/2019
09:22
I filtered BT ages ago & am getting bored of the responses made to his worthless posts. I kept mine on the basis that the flood was a freak event. SP at an interesting level - 25p - & looking strong.
napoleon 14th
06/8/2019
09:17
It's stuck in the craw of a lot of people and I do understand it, but I would prefer a different way of rewarding those involved.
new_buyer
06/8/2019
08:46
The only negative about all this share price rise is Borderterrier is recovering his losses, the most undeserving shareholder in the history of mankind. For the rest of us its great to be recovering our losses. Operationally HUM seem to be back on track after a pit full of bad luck and for now the world seems to be as volatile/unstable as I can ever remember it, fuelling POG ever upwards. Gold the first and best hedge against the 'worst of times'
toinifinity
06/8/2019
08:43
Just out of interest, why is a 1p option any different from a 20p option, for example, if the Qty of performance shares provided is exactly the same, irrespective of price? The options are effectively a bonus linked to performance, rather than discounted options a director pays out of his own pocket. A separate discussion is whether the Qty of shares offered is too generous and/ or the performance criteria too loose (i.e. is it based on meeting guidance or is it based on exceeding targets which should be basis of any performance bonus). The best option particularly at this gold spot price is that HUM institute a share buy-back covering these share options and put them in Treasury. Then if any options are realised, they're issued from Treasury with no dilution.
redtrend
06/8/2019
08:09
htTps://audioboom.com/posts/7333637-hummingbird-resources-and-salt-lake-potash Dan betts interview - worth a listen - upbeat generally - including about positively developing mine plan " things are looking good .... we should see AISC dropping significantly (from $998) ... if we do 120koz with a free cash margin of $500/600 we are talking more like $70m of EBITDA"
rickyhatton
06/8/2019
07:35
The only major concern left for me is mgmt: no more 1p options for a start. If they want to reward themselves options then do it at a realistic premium and lock in the shares for at least a few years. Heavy rainfall and other such issues I'm happy to accept as part and parcel of mining.
casual47
06/8/2019
07:15
A good interview, seems like it has had a short term impact on the share price but will be interesting to see if that can be continued.
new_buyer
05/8/2019
19:58
10,000 oz in July as well.
andrewsr
05/8/2019
18:50
htTps://audioboom.com/posts/7333637-hummingbird-resources-and-salt-lake-potash Dan betts interview - worth a listen - upbeat generally - including about positively developing mine plan " things are looking good .... we should see AISC dropping significantly (from $998) ... if we do 120koz with a free cash margin of $500/600 we are talking more like $70m of EBITDA"
rickyhatton
05/8/2019
17:52
Yep me too, filtered the black cloud!!
new_buyer
05/8/2019
16:17
capt bligh. Of course! You're onto me. No flies on you is there? I'm a homeless, penniless man sitting in a tent by the side of the Motorway off the M1 and I did try my hand at writing books on slices of toast but it didn't catch on. Can't think why? I'm a professional de-ramper and I make stories up about well run companies just for the hell of it. Wow. But the things I posted on the LSE bb turned out to be 100% correct. Ouch!!! That MUST hurt?
borderterrier1
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