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 1.11% 22.75 22.50 23.00 22.75 22.50 22.50 212,828 11:57:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.4 -9.1 -2.3 - 80

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18/1/2020
13:02
In the reply to the letter and research I sent to Thomas Hill at Hummingbird: "I am happy to give you the assurance that the ARX mentioned in our announcement has no connection with Daulton Capital or ARX Gold. I can also assure you that the individuals which you refer to in your letter are also not involved with the ARX we are in talks with."
dickbush
17/1/2020
13:40
avsome1968 I hope you are right, but unfortunately I doubt that. But HUMRF is up 14% today on the NYSE so perhaps it is gathering momentum here in the US? I hope so. I promoted this strongly over here three years ago to some of my well heeled friends. I never hear from them these days.
borderterrier1
17/1/2020
07:53
BT Moving very very slowly north chart looks good, rather drift up slow than a huge spike, at this rate BT you will get your 30p back July time me think.
avsome1968
17/1/2020
00:36
Or expensive skiing holidays to Colorado. BTW, where's Pied Piper Fsj these days? After your "their killing it" comment the share price is really moving N isn't it?
borderterrier1
16/1/2020
08:01
JBravo, I assume it's going on management wages
zhockey
15/1/2020
22:46
moneyfornothing1 How do you feel know about your shrewd investment now that the long awaited Q4 update fails to move the SP? With luck, (lots of it) this will be 25p...... by next Christmas. Fabulous company! Yanfofailure!!!
borderterrier1
15/1/2020
14:35
Cheers Andrewsr for the link. Looking forward to see the full EOY Financials, but some time before they will be published.
roguetreader
15/1/2020
11:46
APF have a 2% NSR on Dugbe, so it's clear they'll be doing their DD on any potential change of operator
the deacon
15/1/2020
11:37
So far,Hummingbird has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with ARX Resources Limited for further exploration and to complete a Feasibility Study on the Project. The conditions precedent include: the availability of at least US$30m of liquid finance an approved management team with the requisite skills and experience to develop the project satisfactory shareholder protections, including various anti-dilutionary rights for Hummingbird, becoming a significant shareholder in ARX have Board representation assist with the development and execution of all operating plans. Further updates will be forthcoming if the ARX deal progresses to a binding nature, of which there is no current certainty. At the end of the day, it is looking very much like a Hummingbird driven/controlled vehicle, avoiding dilution and risk of such a big project in the cash cow entity. $30 million is no small sum just to get to feasability and the biggest risk in all of this, is that gold prices do not hold at $1500 in 2022/23 and Dugbe is a money pit, absorbing $30 million of the HUM funds, plus management time, into a white elephant. Progress along the proposed lines leaves potential upside to HUM shareholders, but with no risk. Pulled into shape, with further exploration and Feasability study, Dugbe could be a very valuable asset, attracting interest from a major as a "ready to roll" project. Meanwhile, for far less investment in exploration, Yanfolila's LOM can be extended and that utilizes the already invested capital. What folly it would have been to throw $30 million at Dugbe and ignore maximising utilization of the existing asset. IMO, management strategy here is excellent. Whilst I always think of Dan as a "Tim, nice but dim", he does seem to be maturing: the pit wall fiasco probably gave him one of life's greatest lessons and luckily he (and we) survived and now benefit from the experience!
charlieeee
15/1/2020
10:25
We are probably getting worked up about nothing and this is all a big red herring. But. It goes to show that Dan still has a lot of work to do to restore trust. This isn't just about delivering on the operational side, it's also about the quality of the partnerships and the people he gets involved with.
casual47
15/1/2020
10:14
That would be a concern and a flag the company should be aware of
fenton1234
15/1/2020
09:01
https://www.ft.com/content/1c90b8d6-36f6-11ea-a6d3-9a26f8c3cba4
brucey6onus
15/1/2020
00:14
I'm still working. I seem to have found Leslie Greyling and Clinton Greyling linked to Daulton Capital. Names mentioned by shareholders on a site similar to this one. I have the same worry, casual47. Last time it was a few million Dollars. This asset is, supposedly, worth over 70p a share to us.
dickbush
14/1/2020
23:30
The worry is that Dugbe is going to get the same treatment as ARX Springs, I.e. a Pump and Dump scheme.
casual47
14/1/2020
23:22
I found on LinkedIn a lady in Malaysia who worked for "ARX Resources" but it doesn't have more info than that. The domain for Arxgold.net is still fully paid up according to WHOIS even though they appear to be defunct.
casual47
14/1/2020
23:09
ARX CAPITAL (AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD is registered in Singapore with the same Queensland address. Like others here I haven't been able to find ARX Resources and it may be that it is nothing to do with ARX gold. Given the previous investment that proved to be a complete dud, I am still going to send off what I've found to HUM, just in case. Aside from this worry, I was really pleased with the figures announced today. It looks to me as though the 130,000 ounces target for 2020 should become the bottom end of a new target.
dickbush
14/1/2020
22:54
Also listed Bryan smith living at shady lane !!! If this is the company they are getting in bed with the convoluted nature of history business transaction with lack of transparency due to links with BVI I'd stay away. Can't understand why they declared the suitors name knowing it's exceptionally difficult to find info on them - bound to raise questions hence muted response by the market to the figures. One more question , 33k ounces sold 5 m debt sold down but cash went from 16m to 9m plus gold reserves 5m ?? Am I missing something ?
bigglesbingham
14/1/2020
21:59
One of the questions on Dugbe would be does the $15 million advance (sitting as a liability on HUM's balance sheet) get transferred to the new company, along with the asset, as it is still to be paid out of Dugbe future income? If so, that will really assist in clearing up HUM's balance sheet and does add immediate value to the transaction. Generally, paying down debt out of the windfall from gold prices is good business sense: the company sailed so close to the wind (particularly carrying on installing the second ball mill in H1 and what a good decision that now seems!). Focus on exploration and proving up at Yanfolila is great: sweating the asset that they already have financed and doubling the LOM would send this into orbit. HUM now looking like a well run company, with focus on milking the cash cow.
charlieeee
14/1/2020
18:55
We should be net cash positive end of Q3-2020, and debt free H1-2021.. Taurus payment 1 done USD1.25M in October, and payment 2 coming up before end of March 2020, deleveraging rate will be back to USD2M per month now and taking the Taurus 2nd payment into account then September sees us cash/debt neutral +24M/-24M.. BUT, POG is ahead of the Q4 sale prices of 1452/Oz and Q1 currently cUSD1550/Oz, which will accelerate progress at +USD1M per month on c10,000 Ounces/month if it holds up for us to sell into and we could build cash, pay debt down to deleverage at nearer 5M per month.. Exciting times for 2020...
laurence llewelyn binliner
14/1/2020
17:31
DB, great effort and thank you. Once you've completed your research and put it into a communication to Dan could you put it up so if any other shareholder has a similar concern they can copy and send also. Would show company that not just a single shareholder concern but multiple and if it's the same text we use then we are not wasting their time having to respond to each individually.
moljen
14/1/2020
17:22
Note that Bryan can be Brian and Thomas T Verdon is actually Matthew Tom Verdon. If you look them up both have Pudur as being in a strong relationship with them.
dickbush
14/1/2020
15:48
I've been chasing up some of the names in the sites provided by casual47 and it looks very, very worrying to me. Daulton Capital, associated with the wannabe billionaire, Pudur, has an entry in Bloomberg, a very thin entry, but it gave its website as arxgold.net. It had a change of name and change of business from oil and gas to mining. Its "corporate address" is given as Level 13/40 Creek Street, Brisbane, QLD 4000, Australia. CEO is Bryan James Smith and there is another Board Member, Thomas T Verdon. Also registered there is ARX Capital (Australia) PTY LTD. At one stage I found myself looking at ARX Gold in Singapore and there were a long list of names listed that began with ARX. ARX Gold was defunct there. I checked out ARX Gold, the last thing for which was 2013 for ARX Springs Gold with projected gold reserves of 16 to 18 million ounces. Here is Bryan Smith: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-8-c633yQw Also, https://www.goodetrades.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/DUCP-4.16.13.pdf I.e. Daulton Capital and ARX Gold are one and the same and its shares are valued at zero (see Zachs). You wonder what happened to all those great people Bryan Smith was bringing on board, not to mention the 16-18 million ounces of gold. When you do a deal with unlisted companies, especially ones in tax havens like BVI, due diligence is all about gaining a thorough knowledge of the individuals you're dealing with. I would run screaming from this lot. I'll post everything I've dug up to Dan Betts. If he doesn't walk away I'm going to have a problem.
dickbush
14/1/2020
15:40
Dan Betts on Vox hTTps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/articles/hummingbird-resources-and-iconic-labs-84894b2/
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