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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% 21.50 20.50 21.50 - 0.00 07:40:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.3 7.1 1.2 19.7 77

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19/1/2021
15:29
I try not to hope. If i'm right i'm right if i'm wrong i'm wrong. If i'm wrong I would have missed something, I don't think I have. GLA
bikwik
19/1/2021
15:20
Let's hope you are right on the charts!
qs99
19/1/2021
15:09
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com And free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
bikwik
19/1/2021
10:52
Unfortunately including two fatalities and mining operations at Vein 25 suspended. Just shows that you can't control everything in mining.Our cowboys in Mali will mine many more ounces and generate far larger revenue but interesting comparison. HUM with clear pathway to 200k oz production and with Dugbe upside, don't know TSG well enough but Mali risk is enough for me don't need to add Putin and his cronies to it.
aimsurfer
19/1/2021
09:48
Decent volume today lol
plat hunter
19/1/2021
08:37
This is how a proper mining company reports hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/trans-siberian-gold-TSG/share-news/Trans-Siberian-Gold-PLC-Q4-FY20-Production-Updat/84116296
ukgeorge
18/1/2021
16:34
Moljen. More rain than there was when I lived there sounds depressing. Much of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and New Mexico is now owned by Asian investors, the locals call it the "Asian Invasion" Pre. Covid Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are impenetrable due to the influx of Asian tourists that ignore the rules. Most of the water problems here are caused by all homeowners wanting an automatic landscape irrigation system. I live on a lake, so I don't have that problem. I don't like helicopters, one of my friends owns a Mercedes Eurocopter and I refuse to fly in it. BTW I sent you a PM with a stock pick.
borderterrier1
18/1/2021
15:36
Inglewood ain't a boast BT, lol
plat hunter
18/1/2021
15:10
The walk and history of it is interesting so thank you and enjoy. Afraid my road trips to the states are generally Colorado or the West Coast from Big Sur all the way up to the San Juan islands as detest LA. One thing I would say is after the last one when up by Crater Lake in Oregon and the temp was still over 100 when the snows should have been starting on the peaks I fear the US is going to suffer rather more from climate extremes than us back in blighty who appear are just going to have more rain. My airports are Seattle and Vegas when I do West Coast so as I can get to places like Death valley and expand trips to more than the PH - I've now 20 years experience of Lake Meade by helicopter and there would appear to be a serious water situation developing over there for several of the SW sates
moljen
18/1/2021
13:19
It might be cash negative if in addition to the quarterly debt repayment, they paid for the exploration campaign and incurred up front costs on Kouroussa. Obviously, nothing paid for Dugbe, other than the extension of the area, obtaining the Central Licence and that made perfect sense, given the proximal location to Dugbe/Tuzon and existing exploration data. There should be a reduction in administration costs specific to Dugbe, as these are all now picked up by Pasofino.
charlieeee
18/1/2021
13:15
30,282 oz of gold poured in Q1 2020 | 24,575 oz sold in Q1 2020 24,054 oz of gold poured in Q2 2020 | 31,520 oz sold in Q2 2020 24,722 oz of gold poured in Q3 2020 | 23,794 oz sold in Q3 2020 79,058 oz poured YTD at Q3 2020 | 79,889 oz sold YTD at Q3 2020 93,000 oz total ounces poured at the end of November October 7,000 ounces November 7,000 ounces December 7-10,000 ounces (but could surprise as we did see higher in Q4-2019) Q4-2020 | 21-24,000 ounces estimate FY2020 100,000 - 103,000 ounces revised estimate 100,000 oz of gold sold in 2020 at an average price of US$1,756/oz estimate Total Group Sales of US$175.6M estimate EBITDA of US$61M estimate FY 2019 produced 115,649 ozs 112,686 ozs of gold sold in 2019 at an average price of US$1,377/oz Total Group Sales of US$156.9M EBITDA of US$54.5M
laurence llewelyn binliner
18/1/2021
13:03
Oh nooooo! The thought of Newky Brown may just have persuaded me to take the plunge and move back over there, but I guess I will need to spend my money on Boston larger instead? But the weather here is still a bonus, 67 today and cloudless skies. Can't beat that with a stick can you? River walk in San Antonio here I come. www.thesanantonioriverwalk.com
borderterrier1
18/1/2021
11:54
So what are people expecting for the q4 results? I'm expecting the worst and think it might be cash flow negative. 20-22koz with high costs. Obviously the normal promise of an imminent improvement. Blah blah exploration data being analysed.... .. Either way should see the drop in debt so only 2 more quarters until debt free.
ukgeorge
18/1/2021
09:14
Still moving along my trend line, like an absolute boss.Top up or buy time come the 26thHttps://www.tradingview.com/x/0SWj5o6P
plat hunter
18/1/2021
08:22
BT - really really bad news, they don't make the brown ale in Newcastle anymore... the brewery site is now hotel, University buildings and campus. Now a trip and stop over in Masham for the Theakston and Black Sheep breweries is still available.
moljen
18/1/2021
00:59
Moljen Don't really think I spoiled it because know more about this than people give me credit for, or rather a big hitter friend of mine in the UK does. I also know Morpeth but to the W lots of interesting places, Jedburgh has the Abbey also Mary Queen of Scots house, Galashiels, Kelso etc. I miss them all......but not enough at the moment move back but Theakstons Old Peculiar and Newcastle Brown might tempt me..... one day. And hopefully, after the 20th things may settle down at last over here. BTW Hard Asset digest are tipping Coeur mining and Pan American silver for big moves.
borderterrier1
17/1/2021
21:50
john185 I agree, zero previous mining experience but he hired experienced guys to run the mine. Instead of micro managing, he should let them get on with it.
borderterrier1
17/1/2021
21:39
Fair point BT. His background is a bit unconventional for a CEO of a mining company - as far as I know he had no experience of engineering or exploration geology - instead the family business is some kind of gold refiner. He has been in the business for a few years now - just hoping he has learnt from mistakes made at the expense of earlier shareholders.
john185
17/1/2021
21:22
john185 I'm convinced the Ceo is the main problem. He pockets close to a million annual salary so why should he care about shareholder value that he promised 5 years ago? What other co. would tolerate that?
borderterrier1
17/1/2021
21:00
BT I'm more country so enjoy visiting the Borders and S Highlands - have only really been to the Glasgow area for work - may give it a go when things open up. I've invested quite heavily in HUM over the last few weeks - I'm not a short term trader as I just don't have the eye for it. We all have our own investing styles based on what has worked for us before. The good points of HUM to me are that it is nearly debt free, on a low rating and most importantly is generating substantial cash. They have been a serial disapointer but if they get their act together there could be a good capital gain - though when would be another matter. They are one of the few mining companies that have not risen with improved metal prices when a lot of rubbish has.
john185
17/1/2021
18:44
john185. I nearly bought a place in Hexham, at the bottom of the steep hill (opposite Tescos) that goes up to the market square. It didn't happen but if I ever buy another place in the UK, Hexham would be my 1st choice. Lovely place, the 12th century Abbey is fabulous. If you have never been, take a look at Glasgow Cathedral, it's magnificent and well worth the visit. Hummingbird has been a very disapointing investment for me. If it didn't move in 2020 when the pog went over $2,000 my guess is that it never will but I hope I'm wrong. Good luck.
borderterrier1
17/1/2021
17:59
This is a good unHttps://youtu.be/iC1MZ6jzFao
plat hunter
17/1/2021
16:50
He talks a good game no doubt. I'm still hopeful we might get some decent news over the next few weeks - updated reserves at Yanfolila, mining licence at Korousa, update from Pasofino. Some interesting posts from you and Moljen a few days ago I'm Hexham born and bred ( and no plans to emigrate! ).
john185
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