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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% 31.50 31.50 32.00 32.00 31.25 32.00 328,249 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.3 7.1 1.2 28.0 113

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20/10/2017
15:17
Didn't take long to bounce back!
matt123d
20/10/2017
11:36
fair play mate, good trading strategy.....
qs99
20/10/2017
10:35
QS99, I don't run a conventional 'Buy & Hold' portfolio for most of my PM stocks. Instead, I stick to a fairly rigid discipline of closing out cash positions when a pre-ordained profit/position is reached. The balance/profit being held as 'free carried' shares. For HUM, my buy-in is at -5% of last transaction (buy or sell) and I take my cash back from each position when the share price has risen 40% from the original buy-in. That 40% is exceptionally high compared to the other 21 stocks in my 'Staircase' portfolio. The others vary between 20% and 30% depending on liquidity factors, spread, et al. For HUM I have opened 31 positions so far and closed 24 for 54% of free shares. Holding cost is now 14.1p. So I admit to welcoming both rises and falls in the share price ! All the best Chip
chipperfrd
20/10/2017
09:40
indeed chip...am also fully loaded and hopefully once first gold pour occurs and it starts generating EBTIDA/CASH flows I will look to top up even more depending on GP and sentiment...DYOR and GLA
qs99
20/10/2017
09:38
The little dip yesterday did at least provide me with an opportunity for a small top-up. It all looks pretty positive so far. I fully expect things to look very good this time next year. No guarantees of course, but one of the few PM explorers who have successfully managed to push right through to production. Chip
chipperfrd
20/10/2017
07:29
hopefully seller cleared now and we are back heading towards 40p...GLA
qs99
19/10/2017
15:56
N-B I Dont think it will go very far in the direction of 20p. Just over 2 months is the maximum time we have to wait for start of production. The company itself thinks it will begin even earlier than that. I would expect some buying as we approach the deadline.
charles clore
19/10/2017
15:04
Which fool was it that said we would probable see the 20’s again before we saw the 40’s!! 😳
new_buyer
18/10/2017
12:22
Enjoy,,,, hTTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/blogs/hummingbird-resources-hum-and-john-meyer-on-sml-kod-otc/
rileyma
18/10/2017
06:35
Good to hear that, on to Q4 then. Also "Commencement of pre-production mining". . . The funds raised as part of the IPO will be used primarily for the advancement of the Sanankoro discovery. A 15,000m exploration drilling programme is planned, prioritising expansion of Sanankoro and up to 10,000m of drilling will be conducted at additional project areas located near to existing gold mines and which have the potential to host significant new gold discoveries.
wwick
18/10/2017
06:24
On time. On budget, steady as she goes.
zeberdie
17/10/2017
11:52
Ricky nice post, it is a win-win deal, my point is that as AAG are priced so low the maginitude of impact will be felt more greatly there. I expect my AAG shares will become discounted HUM shares in time. Kobada could have 5M oz+ apparently and HUM will be looking to add resources.
zhockey
17/10/2017
07:29
ricky I disagree about Kobada being uneconomical. At least on paper it's a very solid project. AGG's problem was getting funding and it's a big win for both companies
gold panda
16/10/2017
15:42
1. The AGG deal is effectively a "free" acquisition of 1m+++ oz gold to HUM. AGG get an uneconomical stand alone project going nowhere into production using hums capex and mine, and retain 50% of Kobada, with initial 30% of net cash flow. AGG are given a bit of cash to fund the DFS. And permission to issue a few more shares to fund the DFS, if necessary, with hums contribution capped at next to nothing. The real hum contribution is the returnable capex, but not kicking in until 2019, so as hum have said, no dilution to shareholders. 2. Hum pays net cash (premium above value of current AGG SP) of CD$1.2m for 40m AGG shares Hum pays net (premium in hum shares above current SP) CD$1.47m for 49m AGG shares (Hum have 40m (protection) warrants valid for 36 months that will likely not need to be exercised and have guarantee that it will be repaid through cash flow even if they have to be exercised) AGG fund DFS (this is capped to cost Hum an additional net max of CD$0.33m buying AGG shares above current share price to maintain 20% interest in AGG) So total net cost to hum is only $CDN3m ( this net cost could go up or down depending on AGG share price) 3. Hum fund up to $35m (?us or cdn) of capex all returned through 70% of net cash flow, then reverting to 50% of net cash flow 4. Hum get 50% of Kobada's 2.2m gold oz. ( 40% if government take 10%) Stonking deal for hum, giving major longevity of production, and increased production through concentration plant feeding ore at circa 20g/t
rickyhatton
16/10/2017
12:09
Roll on 50p happy days go hum go :)
ukgeorge
16/10/2017
09:20
Mr Panda, I expect HUM will swallow up AGG pretty soon. 5M+ oz upside will be a no brainier IMO.
zhockey
16/10/2017
08:00
zhockey, I bought some AGG and even wrote an article on them https://seekingalpha.com/article/4112986-african-gold-group-path-production-win-win-deal-hummingbird however, one person seemed concerned with main shareholder: "This stock's current reward potential is not great enough to justify the potential risks factoring in what its real market cap with the dilution. One thing the author failed to mention Forbes and Manhattan managed assets typically are not kind to minority investors as their maintenance fees and salaries are very self serving. All I can say is this deal set up FM very well as its now cashed up for them to exploit and lowered the risks of more dilution. Another factor is a one operation asset in Mali should be discounted closer to 10% NPV."
gold panda
16/10/2017
06:05
Nope. No spare cash, happy with what I've got...
darola
15/10/2017
20:56
Well I hope with all your worldly wisdom you've bought some AGG :)
zhockey
14/10/2017
07:05
One person that's confused, ha. Only joking!
matt123d
14/10/2017
06:51
Not convinced HUM has anything to do with a bull market.... which is why I'm here. When the bull market bursts, watch the herd arrive here as sentiment returns to commodities, and mining in particular. In contrast to tech stocks which are due a correction IMHO, I think this is a more contrarian investment.
darola
14/10/2017
06:27
Be careful not to confuse ability with a bull market though!
matt123d
14/10/2017
06:22
N14th. I said many years ago that I would earn more in the last 5 years of my working life than I would in the whole of the 35 working years that proceeded it, and it's proven to be true - and I've still got 2 years to go! A quote I picked up on stated that age and experience develop patience - in this game it's vital.
darola
14/10/2017
00:53
P.S. I'm enjoying this one, but RBW as well. Check it out if you haven't yet. It's not too late............
napoleon 14th
14/10/2017
00:51
We're trying to make money, each in his own way, from the naïve uninformed ways of a beginner to the sharp & world weary of the experienced investor. If I (rightly) claim to one of the latter, it's only after being 40 years at it, & some profits I made early on were sheer luck! What I know now, cost me a lot of money. It's called experience, & it also costs time & sometimes your ego as well! You're winning when you make more good calls than bad ones. You make most of your money when you're too old to enjoy it like you used to....... GLA
napoleon 14th
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