Buy
Sell
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 0.87% 29.00 28.00 29.50 29.25 28.50 29.00 1,769,463 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 103

Hummingbird Resources Share Discussion Threads

Showing 8201 to 8225 of 10650 messages
Chat Pages: Latest  330  329  328  327  326  325  324  323  322  321  320  319  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2019
00:57
Unfortunately, over the last few years, I have heard it all before about this co. share price never moves N, only S.
borderterrier1
09/10/2019
00:21
Great presentation for HUM from Monro, with much substance. htTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/hummingbird-resources-presentation-sep19-9998ecb/ Clearly Q3 results to be out this month will be very good, and subsequent quarters should be too. Longer time they are looking at a LOM to 2030 and beyond (which is seriously good) AISC going forward is seen as being targeted around $850, with the additional ball mill and higher grade such as zonka helping to sustain that. Sustainable capex low at $3m and aiming to be cash positive by mid 2020, and debt off the balance sheet by mid 2021. That upbeat message suggests a clear production path for the next two years at least is identifid. 1m oz of resources outside current mine plan estimated to be about 55% mineable, so that's 550k oz of gold to add in to current 2025 LOM. And they are clearly not going to throw dosh at Liberia but seek partners or some other way of creating shareholder value. All has to be delivered of course, .... but it's a clear strategy, can be delivered and not pie in the sky, with the Cora synergy maybe another LOM bonus to come depending on how that pans out with Cora over the next 2 years as HUM LOM is firmed up. All looks good to me, not without risk, but doable with a fair wind. Problems of last year behind them, gold price a compensator, and they are now wiser. Cash positive in 9 months target demonstrates how good the current metrics are. Looking at 130k oz in 2020 at $850 AISC , unhedged, and with gold currently at $1500.
rickyhatton
09/10/2019
00:17
Great presentation for HUM from Monro, with much substance. htTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/hummingbird-resources-presentation-sep19-9998ecb/ Clearly Q3 results to be out this month will be very good, and subsequent quarters should be too. Longer term they are looking at a LOM to 2030 and beyond (which is seriously good) AISC going forward is seen as being targeted around $850, with the additional ball mill and higher grade such as zonka helping to sustain that. Sustainable capex low at $3m and aiming to be cash positive by mid 2020, and debt off the balance sheet by mid 2021. That upbeat message suggests a clear production path for the next two years at least is identifid. 1m oz of resources outside current mine plan estimated to be about 55% mineable, so that's 550k oz of gold to add in to current 2025 LOM. And they are clearly not going to throw dosh at Liberia but seek partners or some other way of creating shareholder value. All has to be delivered of course, .... but it's a clear strategy, can be delivered and not pie in the sky, with the Cora synergy maybe another LOM bonus to come depending on how that pans out with Cora over the next 2 years as HUM LOM is firmed up. All looks good to me, not without risk, but doable with a fair wind. Problems of last year behind them, gold price a compensator, and they are now wiser. Cash positive in 9 months target demonstrates how good the current metrics are. Looking at 130k oz in 2020 at $850 AISC , unhedged, and with gold currently at $1500.
rickyhatton
08/10/2019
22:25
sandeels Nobody who knows me personally would consider me to be a loser. However, carry on with your lucrative investment here. I can afford to lose. Can you? In another three years we'll see who the loser is.
borderterrier1
08/10/2019
21:27
What sandeels said! Is he still bleating on? Filter the boards black cloud, you’ll feel much better for it!
new_buyer
08/10/2019
20:49
Bt... making a poor investment decision doesn't mean that anyone is going to take your inane drivel seriously. It just makes you a loser.
sandeels
08/10/2019
17:07
NB You and I both know that you and the other Hum mouthpiece Fsj have been saying similar things for over three years, on here and the LSE bb. That's a long time for any company to hold a Pi's interest, especially one that continually makes glaring mistakes and irrational decisions at the expense of the investors. Blab away all you want, but I still stand by my theory that you must be more than a Pi to keep unconditionally promoting this.
borderterrier1
08/10/2019
16:08
Great post Plasbryn, no risk no reward, investing in single company shares shouldn't be a short term investment. Q3 news just around the corner, POG consistently over $1,500, management seem to be learning from their mistakes, CORA results excellent and close by, DUGBE becoming more viable (albeit a project probably too big for HUM alone), new Ball Mill in place. Sometimes you need to give credit where its due but for some people it just doesn't fit their narrative!!
new_buyer
08/10/2019
13:51
kennyp52 I mostly invest long term but this has been a nightmare. Many of the original Pi's here abandoned ship out of frustration. I hope it comes together but now it looks increasingly like the Ceo and management are running things purely for their own benefit. And that does happen, please take a look at the 10 year chart. Presumably SB enticed investors back then. Look what happened.
borderterrier1
08/10/2019
11:34
FWIW, I agree with you, Plasbryn, risks and all.
dickbush
08/10/2019
09:15
3 years is a long time to realise your hopes with a share so hats off for hanging in that long . The fundamentals of this appear to be coming together as far as I can understand which in turn should hopefully see the market revalue this share in good time .
kennyp52
08/10/2019
00:11
I hang around because if I sell now I have lost big time. I can afford to lose the lot if necessary but, like many others, the faint glimmer of hope we have all been waiting for............ some of us for three years, never comes. The track record of the Ceo and management here is abysmal considering the money they get paid.
borderterrier1
07/10/2019
18:09
The support is still there. Look at the quality share register they have as I have already outlined. Yes they had some early problems, not all of their own making of course, but they have been open about these and acknowledged that perhaps better contingencies could have been made. Hick-Ups in a new mine are always to be expected though. But time has moved on. These problems are behind us and we are now again looking at these potentially amazing numbers. We've just lost perhaps 18 months. Hummingbird isn't without risks like all shares and especially those on AIM. Mali isn't the safest place although has a very well established and well supported mining industry. And then their is the weather which caught them out. That was a bit unfair in their first year, but I feel reassured they learnt from that. borderterrier1 if you don't like aspects of this investment why are you bothering to hang around. Good luck to you.
plasybryn
07/10/2019
13:38
Plasybryn. Please take a long hard look at previous posts (over the last three years)at the "numbers" that have been "talking for themselves". There was good support for this, "on both sides of the Atlantic" but not any more. Despite the delusional broker (and other) confident predictions this is and always has been, a complete shambles. For a Ceo who pockets a cool 1/2 million annual salary the performance is abysmal. He must be laughing all the way to the bank.
borderterrier1
07/10/2019
11:51
Vox Markets (@VOXmarkets)04/10/2019, 12:29Robert Monro, Head of Business Development at Hummingbird Resources, presents at the recent Turner Pope investor evening. ??@HUM_gold?? Click below to watch the full video voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/hummi... pic.twitter.com/mS13WLyPLB
plasybryn
07/10/2019
10:33
Plasbryn, stop talking sense, it doesn't fit some posters agendas!!
new_buyer
07/10/2019
08:58
I think you only need to look at the shareholder base to realise that a lot of well informed mining experts see a lot of upside here. Sustainable Capital - 12%, Ruffer - 9%, Odey - 6%, Majedie - 5%, Standard Life - 5%, M & G - 4%, Jupiter - 3%. Management - 3%. What other small mining stock has a portfolio of Institutional Investors like that? Well certainly not many. Time to smell the coffee. If they deliver the numbers Bert has outlined this is going to be multiples of the current price imo, but do your own research.
plasybryn
07/10/2019
06:52
Let's just let the numbers talk for themselves
plasybryn
07/10/2019
04:02
Plasybryn and NB Please get your heads out of your a$$es. DB is a public schoolboy who knows nothing about mining, keeps taking his hefty salary, screwing up and not delivering. Wake up FFS!!!!!!!
borderterrier1
06/10/2019
15:12
Great presentations by Bert Monroe covering Cora Gold & Hummingbird.Net debt of $51m to net cash over next 9 months and zero debt by June 2021. EBITDA around $85m next year assuming $1500 gold and AISC of $850 per oz. I really think this next 12 months is going to be special for Hummingbird investors.
plasybryn
05/10/2019
16:52
POG been up and down a bit this week but ends the week above $1,500. Expect Q3 numbers about a fortnight Monday.
new_buyer
01/10/2019
23:33
Hopefully the start to a upward trend towards results.
avsome1968
01/10/2019
17:46
lovely jubbly finish
qs99
30/9/2019
21:26
And here's another one. Cannacord suggest a target price here of 60p. Ooops, sorry, that was from over 2 years ago wasn't it? Silly me!
borderterrier1
30/9/2019
19:03
Interesting Ricky .. thanks . Another potential positive .
kennyp52
Chat Pages: Latest  330  329  328  327  326  325  324  323  322  321  320  319  Older
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
HUM
Hummingbir..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20200531 21:05:27