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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Hummingbird Resources Plc HUM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.18 0.91% 20.00 08:00:08
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
20.00 19.90 20.25 19.82
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DateSubject
23/7/2021
16:17
dickbush: polaris, I think investors have got the picture on VEIN's need for cash again soon. It does look as though investors are less willing in this cycle to give generous valuations to exploration companies. It now seems to be "I'm from Missouri." Maybe I'm whistling to keep myself happy, but current economic circumstances suggest to me that the undervaluation this cycle is as daft as the overvaluation last time around. But, hey, I could be wrong. It won't be a first.
23/7/2021
12:09
polaris: The consolidation in VEIN yesterday and the comments in the second interview a few weeks back with Ian Stalker suggest a change of tack to gain exposure, as LLB pointed out. At a share price of C$0.075, many would-be larger investors might be put off, the penny stock effect. Above C$1 is another story, even though nothing really changes for the company. It's all about perception. It is not without risk. Many shares post consolidation just trend further down. Let's hope it isn't the case here. In the interview, Stalker states that they expect some further assays soon (a few weeks). That suggests more RNS are on the way, probably next week to try to reinforce the share price post consolidation. Another point in the second interview that may hurt VEIN in 2021 is another funding round before the DFS is submitted. Stalker stated that VEIN only have about C$4.5 M left from the recent C$9 M fundraising and that they are good to Q4 2021. DFS is expected in Q2 2022. Larger investors will want a larger slice of the pie for as little input as possible. VEIN have a deadline to meet and will need enough cash to meet their obligations. That's not an ideal place to be. From HUM point of view, the DFS submission allows the value of Dugbe to be reflected, particularly if they convert their interest into a direct shareholding in VEIN. All we need in Q3 is a steady production Q meeting the FY expectations, some contracts signed on the funding and timeline for Kouroussa and further regular updates from VEIN. I'd hope there is little downside from here in HUM.
10/7/2021
11:12
wskill: What a shame they had a chance to clean up their act with all the skullduggery involved with the unallocated accounts, eventually this will come back to bite them in the same way banks have had to settle PPI claims .There is now a much better understanding of what banks are doing with investors physical gold no sane person would buy unallocated gold. As the largest company selling gold to UK investors says if you dont hold it you do not own it very true words.
10/7/2021
07:04
johnhemming: I think a lot of investors are simply too responsive to day to day newsflow more generally. I accept that some people are short term investors, but unless that is what you are doing a long term focus is needed. There is research done that shows that people trade too often, frequently just because they can and there is an inherent human bias towards taking some form of action. This does seem to drive share prices both up and down in what is objectively an irrational manner.
15/2/2021
16:15
knightsfx: Here is the update on HUMIU - (Hum Investors Utd) so far. We have 50 investors shown interest in of which 41 of us disclosed and updated our holdings of 22.4 Million shares which is 6.27% of Market capital. 6 of them yet to disclosed their holdings, 2 of them sold out but may join later and 1 of them is interested but do not want to join until we disclosed our exact position. I expect few retail investors to join and existing holders to improve their holdings as time goes. Regards. to join email to investorhum@gmail.com Holdings % Holdings Number of holders Amount Holdings 3 - 4 M 45% 3 9,997,974 2 - 3 M 11% 1 2,432,438 1 - 2 M 6% 1 1,245,879 500K-1 M 17% 5 3,862,733 100K - 500K 20% 16 4,424,313 50K-100K 1% 4 292,665 1 - 50K 1% 11 149,716 41 22,405,718 % of Hum 6.27% Largest Holdings 3,650,474 Smallest Holdings 350 Undisclosed 6 Yet to join 1 Sold out 2 overseas Ireland, Austria, Asia, US
13/2/2021
22:04
borderterrier1: kennyp52 I'm very careful what I say here and in every case my comments have been backed up by other like minded investors. Tiger By The Tail a one time investor has some good comments on the LSE bb, as do many others. Read his post on there from Friday 14.44 and ask yourself why dozens of investors are now unhappy with DB's performance and are calling for his removal? But I suspect Daddy Betts won't let that happen. Please also read UKInvestor2.0 post on there from Tuesday @17.04 quote:- "Hum management gave away half of one of their assets for a pittance to a company owned by themselves" Why would he say that if it wasn't the truth? Explanation, anybody?
09/2/2021
08:25
nickwild: from LSE website Given the recent Q1 report which somewhat shocked the market a group of private investors have, in response, launched an shareholder initiative. Our aim is to organise an interactive meeting with the company to try to understand the underlying reasons and to satisfy ourselves that the company has a viable plan for maintaining profitability. We are currently building a list of all investors willing to put their name towards such as request. Clearly there is no guarantee of success but the more people who are willing to be (literally in this case) counted the more clout we wield. If you are happy to do this please contact Para at investorhum@gmail.com Thank you asft Recent email from HUM group Dear HUM investor Following on from recent communications you should have received the text of an e-mail to be sent out to the company requesting an ad-hoc meeting to discuss Q1 results. Barring any last minute objections we will send the e-mail out at the beginning of next week, the delay being to enable further people to sign up to the initiative. Obviously the more people we have the more likely the company is to take our request seriously. Unless we hear from you before then we will assume we have permission to list you as one of the shareholders requesting that such a meeting be held. To reiterate we will NOT list individual shareholdings but will provide an estimate of aggregate holdings as a percentage of total issued capital. Finally, we'll keep you posted as to what progress (in any!) we make with the request. In the mean time you may also do your own best method to persuade other investors to join by asking them to email to our admin investorhum@gmail.com I will also like to start up a WhatsApp group to improve our communications and I shall inform you all as soon as that been set up. Kind regards, Para aka Kadavul (LSE) latest update on HUM investors Utd: Joined members: 24 Holding disclosed by: 19 Cumulative holdings: 14,945,667 with range of 4.4 million % of issued capital: 4.2% Some of the current Institutional investors to compare: Ruffer LLP 8.97% Sustainable Capital 4.98% M&G Investment 3.78% Jupiter Asset Mgt 3.53%
06/2/2021
10:51
plasybryn: Copied across from LSE with permission of poster: Quick summary on HUM investors meeting yesterday afternoon 1pm which was called in 24 hours' notice. 17 investors responded and joined but understandably not all could join in short notice and working day. 9 out of the 17 voluntarily declared their share ownership which add up a joint total of more than 7 million which represent almost 2% of HUM. 5 of us met yesterday for an hour via zoom and had a good balanced discussion and for the time being agreed to: a) strengthen our membership and increase our joint holdings, b) meet up in zoom once every month during the weekend, c) identify the right officials to carry out our set objectives, d) request for private investors meeting on zoom with Dan to recognise us, ask some question and demand more transparency One of us volunteered to draft an initial letter of request (d) for the investors meeting and once that letter is finalised we will have (approx 30 Mins) zoom meeting to finalise. Let us unite and take our plight forward with help of the latest communication technology. To join our Hum Investors kindly email to investorhum@gmail.com Best regards, Kadavul investorhum@gmail.com
19/10/2020
18:48
new_buyer: Identifying a Stock Deramper Countless investors find their way to the message boards only to see false posts about company news, “problemsâ€� and “Share Price Correction.â€� Such boards are filled with Derampers using a variety of aliases, posting false or misleading information, all in all making it very difficult for a newcomer to tell fact from fiction. For nervous investors, it is often easier to sell the stock and put the money in the bank. These are the people on whom the Derampers prey. Derampers bet on a stock to go down and they do their best to help it happen. They are not concerned with the risk of losing money like the average investor, because they are usually paid to deramp the stock. In other words, they are not using their personal funds and are not actually investing themselves, or at least not in that stock. Additionally, Derampers do not wait for the markets to go up or down; they make them move themselves. Derampers use fear, lies, and falsehoods to prey on the nervous investor, thus influencing the markets in their favour. Lesson 1 Derampers never deramp bad stocks. You can watch the board for stocks with no potential. You’ll see pretty quickly that those stocks don’t have Derampers .Derampers only go after stocks that are going upwards or have excellent potential to go up. Derampers get left behind, so they want to bring the price down. Lesson 2 Derampers bring up old news that you have heard many times. All companies always have a few bits of bad news. The Deramper will post these bits over and over again. The stupid Deramper will try to make the old news a bit fresher to try to fool you. Don’t be fooled! Lesson 3 Derampers post many times a day. They try to wear you out. They comment on everything, every other post, and can answer every question. To hear them say it, they know it all. There is no positive comment they won’t bash. They try to control the board with their negativity. If they seem to be working on this one stock full time, that’s because they are! Even more than full-time. Lesson 4 Derampers will lie to your face (or your keyboard). Never trust a basher. The truth on most companies is that mistakes are made and losses happen. The Deramper will try to make you believe all companies make a profit, release financials every quarter, and have all aspects of the business running smoothly from the start. This is not true. Anyone who says it is true is either lying or ignorant. Don’t listen to either kind. Small AIM companies can go years without profits; this is the nature of the beast. Lesson 5 Derampers know that you can’t verify their statements. That’s why they make the statements they do. You can’t check them out and you may just believe them and then they win. Either way, they don’t lose. Lesson 6 Derampers play on your lack of knowledge. They count on the fact that they can lie about information and you won’t know the difference. And you won’t, unless you have done your assessment of the company and know truth from lie. Lesson 7 Derampers play on your lack of patience. You have held a stock for a while, knowing it will be a big stock someday. The Deramper can get to you because you are tired of waiting for your gain. When you are getting your plan, you are ripe for a bashing. You are tired and you’ve forgotten that the goal for the stock was to hold it for one year, then see where it stands. The Deramper is bothersome and tiring, so you dump it on a bad day and so do others. Then you get angry about your loss and you return to the board to let everyone know how mad you are. Congratulations, you too have become a basher. The Deramper has won and gained a new, unwitting, partner. At this point the Deramper will buy low and become a pumper, maybe using a new alias, and will try to reverse the trend. Your loss becomes the basher’;s gain as your stock rises after you sell it. Lesson 8 The Deramper is all about bringing the price down. That is the nature of a basher. The truth is not important; lies are the norm. They are trying to hit the newbies visiting the board for the first time, so they post continuously throughout the day. They are trying to wear out the longs on the board and they will do whatever it takes to do so. Lesson 9 Derampers will try to create doubt and get you to research items that they know will lead to the creation of doubt in you and in other stockholders. A typical trick of an advanced Deramper is to propose that there is a potential “problemâ€� because “weâ364;� don’t have the facts on a particular subject. The Deramper dares someone in the group to find out the answer to the question. The Deramper already knows the answer and knows what you will find. The power of this tactic is that the Deramper is now in control of the actions of the stockholders; the Deramper has you in his web of lies. Most stockholders will do due diligence when confronted with a questionable news story. When the stockholder cannot confirm or deny the story because of too much conflicting information, the Deramper gains credibility. What do you do? It is important to find answers on your own terms. Pick up the phone and call the company, talk to the investor relations person or the CEO until you get a satisfactory answer. The problem here is that the advanced Deramper has you doing his bidding; you have essentially joined his ranks. So, develop your own little “Due Diligence Packageâ€ʏ33; and answer questions by placing the information into the package. Then you can refer new investors to read your well-researched answers to questions raised in the Investor Information package.What you need to avoid is getting into a conversation with the Deramper himself or herself about the topic. Once you get into direct conversation with a basher, you give the Deramper credibility. Answer the question if you need to, but do it indirectly. Never use the basher’;s name. Never get into a personality contest with a basher. Lesson 10 Always report the Deramper to the board or forum eventually they will have to take action. Collective reporting on a daily basis will ensure the Derampers ’ demise.
12/10/2020
08:35
new_buyer: Identifying a Stock Deramper Countless investors find their way to the message boards only to see false posts about company news, “problems̶1; and “Share Price Correction.” Such boards are filled with Derampers using a variety of aliases, posting false or misleading information, all in all making it very difficult for a newcomer to tell fact from fiction. For nervous investors, it is often easier to sell the stock and put the money in the bank. These are the people on whom the Derampers prey. Derampers bet on a stock to go down and they do their best to help it happen. They are not concerned with the risk of losing money like the average investor, because they are usually paid to deramp the stock. In other words, they are not using their personal funds and are not actually investing themselves, or at least not in that stock. Additionally, Derampers do not wait for the markets to go up or down; they make them move themselves. Derampers use fear, lies, and falsehoods to prey on the nervous investor, thus influencing the markets in their favour. Lesson 1 Derampers never deramp bad stocks. You can watch the board for stocks with no potential. You’ll see pretty quickly that those stocks don’t have Derampers .Derampers only go after stocks that are going upwards or have excellent potential to go up. Derampers get left behind, so they want to bring the price down. Lesson 2 Derampers bring up old news that you have heard many times. All companies always have a few bits of bad news. The Deramper will post these bits over and over again. The stupid Deramper will try to make the old news a bit fresher to try to fool you. Don’t be fooled! Lesson 3 Derampers post many times a day. They try to wear you out. They comment on everything, every other post, and can answer every question. To hear them say it, they know it all. There is no positive comment they won’t bash. They try to control the board with their negativity. If they seem to be working on this one stock full time, that’s because they are! Even more than full-time. Lesson 4 Derampers will lie to your face (or your keyboard). Never trust a basher. The truth on most companies is that mistakes are made and losses happen. The Deramper will try to make you believe all companies make a profit, release financials every quarter, and have all aspects of the business running smoothly from the start. This is not true. Anyone who says it is true is either lying or ignorant. Don’t listen to either kind. Small AIM companies can go years without profits; this is the nature of the beast. Lesson 5 Derampers know that you can’t verify their statements. That’s why they make the statements they do. You can’t check them out and you may just believe them and then they win. Either way, they don’t lose. Lesson 6 Derampers play on your lack of knowledge. They count on the fact that they can lie about information and you won’t know the difference. And you won’t, unless you have done your assessment of the company and know truth from lie. Lesson 7 Derampers play on your lack of patience. You have held a stock for a while, knowing it will be a big stock someday. The Deramper can get to you because you are tired of waiting for your gain. When you are getting your plan, you are ripe for a bashing. You are tired and you’ve forgotten that the goal for the stock was to hold it for one year, then see where it stands. The Deramper is bothersome and tiring, so you dump it on a bad day and so do others. Then you get angry about your loss and you return to the board to let everyone know how mad you are. Congratulations, you too have become a basher. The Deramper has won and gained a new, unwitting, partner. At this point the Deramper will buy low and become a pumper, maybe using a new alias, and will try to reverse the trend. Your loss becomes the basher’s gain as your stock rises after you sell it. Lesson 8 The Deramper is all about bringing the price down. That is the nature of a basher. The truth is not important; lies are the norm. They are trying to hit the newbies visiting the board for the first time, so they post continuously throughout the day. They are trying to wear out the longs on the board and they will do whatever it takes to do so. Lesson 9 Derampers will try to create doubt and get you to research items that they know will lead to the creation of doubt in you and in other stockholders. A typical trick of an advanced Deramper is to propose that there is a potential “problem”; because “we” don’t have the facts on a particular subject. The Deramper dares someone in the group to find out the answer to the question. The Deramper already knows the answer and knows what you will find. The power of this tactic is that the Deramper is now in control of the actions of the stockholders; the Deramper has you in his web of lies. Most stockholders will do due diligence when confronted with a questionable news story. When the stockholder cannot confirm or deny the story because of too much conflicting information, the Deramper gains credibility. What do you do? It is important to find answers on your own terms. Pick up the phone and call the company, talk to the investor relations person or the CEO until you get a satisfactory answer. The problem here is that the advanced Deramper has you doing his bidding; you have essentially joined his ranks. So, develop your own little “Due Diligence Package” and answer questions by placing the information into the package. Then you can refer new investors to read your well-researched answers to questions raised in the Investor Information package.What you need to avoid is getting into a conversation with the Deramper himself or herself about the topic. Once you get into direct conversation with a basher, you give the Deramper credibility. Answer the question if you need to, but do it indirectly. Never use the basher’s name. Never get into a personality contest with a basher. Lesson 10 Always report the Deramper to the board or forum eventually they will have to take action. Collective reporting on a daily basis will ensure the Derampers ’ demise.
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