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HUM Hummingbird Resources Plc

9.00
0.35 (4.05%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  0.35 4.05% 9.00 8.50 9.40 8.95 8.75 8.75 1,705,507 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gold Ores 150.52M -34.28M -0.0569 -1.57 52.07M
Hummingbird Resources Plc is listed in the Gold Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HUM. The last closing price for Hummingbird Resources was 8.65p. Over the last year, Hummingbird Resources shares have traded in a share price range of 4.10p to 16.25p.

Hummingbird Resources currently has 601,918,700 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Hummingbird Resources is £52.07 million. Hummingbird Resources has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.57.

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04/8/2019
16:17
Over 1,000 posts, all on this board, all negative, conspiracy theories without any proof, looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it’s a paid deramper oh and supposedly with a $1m share portfolio!! As if!!
new_buyer
04/8/2019
11:35
I had a chat to Bert Monro about Bunker Hill and the rational was perfectly sane: they want near term projects (like Yanfolila) to deliver near term returns and not blue skies exploration.

Time will tell. Yanfolila now is back on track and so the $2 million investment in Bunker Hill should be reexamined in the light of that strategic objective: the hysteria was, IMO, unjustified.

Why is anyone giving oxygen to a poster who is short or thick? Whilst I have no issue at all with differing points of view, I object strongly to attempted share price manipulation and that is what the persistence indicates.Apologies, if my post does not quite follow the thread: it is because BT has long been on filter and so I only see the counter arguments!

charlieeee
04/8/2019
02:14
moneyfornothing1 My financial guy here in the US advised that in his opinion, the BH project was a non starter. Please let me go back and find who was involved in this in the next day or so and get back to you.
borderterrier1
03/8/2019
23:03
Bunker Hill was the $2m investment in the US, I think you are referring too, which I’ve not seen many positive posts on from what I’ve researched. Borderterrier you say there’s a link between the Betts family and the Bunker Hill project?
moneyfornothing1
03/8/2019
22:32
Stop reversing!!
new_buyer
03/8/2019
19:52
NB. No, I think you may have mis-interpreted. I think you will find I said Hum's broker was prosecuted by the FBI for pump and dump schemes. That is correct. The BH link was correct.
borderterrier1
03/8/2019
18:50
That’s a change of tune borderterrier, you’ve been saying for months that HUM were part of the pump and dump scheme and when you’ve been told to provide proof you never have! You are certainly changing your tune, remember the Betts Bunker Hill “link”. For someone’s who’s never been wrong on this share you certainly are revising a lot of what you’ve said before!
new_buyer
03/8/2019
16:58
andrewsr. And what you say here with the oil co. is exactly why I am doubtful because I got screwed by an oil co. many years ago and lost a lot of money. I did exhaustive research here but then "things" started to emerge. The run up to mine completion was well published with no shortage of takers. Then a decline ever since. For the link to the broker please type Beaufort securities, Hummingbird resources into your browser. Now, I'm not suggesting that there is any hanky panky here, in fact I e mailed Hum at the time. But fact that the broker was prosecuted by the FBI doesn't do the share price or investors any favours.

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borderterrier1
03/8/2019
16:14
Your quote, which we've all heard before, is applicable to just about any enterprise, probably more so to exploratory oil drill-holes, which are massively extrapolated, but particularly to any speculative venture. Independent compliance with JORC rules make it less likely these days with mining, but you're still going to get lean patches and rich veins some known, some not.
I can't recall seeing any house broker pump and dump reports - can you provide a link?

I remember Gulf Keystone made estimates of billions of barrels of oil on several of their licences and then ended up giving them back to the government with presumably nothing in them at all, although one licence did contain a lot of oil, which is producing today.
I think that's less likely with an independently verified JORC compliant gold resource.

Hum should be able to produce 130,000 oz per year at $800/oz (which they have done previously) for the next 3 years, which is a profit of $78m at $1400/oz. So, 60p should be easily achievable, if not a lot more. What happens after 3 years depends on proving up more resources, further discoveries and maybe Cora. Then there's Dugbe, which is now worth quite a lot at $1400/oz (NPV >>$200m), but totally discounted by the market.

andrewsr
03/8/2019
16:00
of Course no doubt that’s what you do! Just accept it’s easy to see you only post here.
new_buyer
03/8/2019
13:01
NB. I understand that. But I would think that would be more difficult if the poster used multiple nicknames and locations.
borderterrier1
03/8/2019
12:59
andrewsr I think you will find that the share price began retreating immediately on mine completion. The fact that the Hum broker ( who gave a speculative buy rating on Hum with a TP of 60p I believe? ) was prosecuted by the FBI for pump and dump schemes obviously didn't help. The security breach didn't help. The pitwall, bridge, weather, BH etc. didn't help. Oh, I know it was all just "bad luck". But the hum team are supposed to be "highly experienced" miners in W Africa are they not? As for your other calculations/percentages etc. they would suggest exactly what I have said multiple times by quoting the 1900's prospectors saying:- "A gold mine is a hole in the ground with a liar at the top".
borderterrier1
03/8/2019
09:59
When Hum haven't been on track, they've been de-railed by mostly unforeseen and unpredictable events. When any miner investigates a volume of rock, only about .001% is known (say 100mm drill-holes at 25m centres), the rest is interpolated or maybe extrapolated a bit. So the extent of artisanal workings could only be estimated. Similarly with the rock/soil instability issue, only so much is known about the ground. The weakness of the bridge to extreme flood conditions could hardly have been foreseen and not within their control. So at least they should now be wise to rock/soil face and bridge weaknesses. The rock/soil instability issue should be resolved now anyway by excavating in harder more stable ground.
andrewsr
03/8/2019
09:03
Borderterrier you are amusing nothing else and it’s not difficult to check any posters posting history here, surely even a man of your intelligence can work it out!!
new_buyer
03/8/2019
00:39
new_buyer Naughty, naughty! Don't get mad at me just because everyone is selling on the good news again.
borderterrier1
03/8/2019
00:02
Moneyfornothing1 How did you check? Just curious.
borderterrier1
02/8/2019
23:51
Well it’s easy to check, I’ve checkef and you don’t and haven’t. If you have which post number?
moneyfornothing1
02/8/2019
22:48
moneyfornothing1 I do comment on other bb's. And not just about Hum.
borderterrier1
02/8/2019
21:58
Strange that you’ve posted over 1,000 times but only ever on HUM, strange that with another $900,000 invested elsewhere.
moneyfornothing1
02/8/2019
21:50
moneyfornothing1 You are correct, I have plenty more. And I do comment on other bbs.
borderterrier1
02/8/2019
21:34
Borderterrier don’t you just have to act like a grown up and suck it up? 10% of your $1m portfolio so you’ve got plenty more besides. Strange that you never seem to comment on any other message boards for the remaining $900,000 of your share portfolio.
moneyfornothing1
02/8/2019
21:23
moneyfornothing1 I agree 100%. Please just spare a thought for the less unfortunates that jumped on here at a lot more than that largely because of the hype in the run up to mine completion. Not everyone here were "lucky" enough to sell at the right time were they?

andrewsr. I guess this is open mouth, insert foot time for you? If they were "on track previously" then why did the share price respond by heading S? Oh I know, we ALWAYS expect the share price to drop on GOOD news don't we? That's why we buy shares in a company. The feather in their cap with the OTAOB on mine completion then resulted in rash decisions and abysmal PR. BTW are you a politician?

borderterrier1
02/8/2019
21:09
So on track now and on track previously, so they're clearly perfectly able 'to get the stuff out of the ground' as well as construct ball mills on time and budget.
andrewsr
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