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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 21.50 0.00 07:39:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
21.00 22.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.29 7.08 1.15 19.6 77
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 21.50 GBX

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02/3/2021
08:20
Hummingbird Resources Daily Update: Hummingbird Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HUM. The last closing price for Hummingbird Resources was 21.50p.
Hummingbird Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 19.63p and a 12 week average price of 19.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 42p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.25p.
There are currently 357,428,268 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,848,559 shares. The market capitalisation of Hummingbird Resources Plc is £76,847,077.62.
18/2/2021
15:10
borderterrier1: FSAwatcher This share price has ALWAYS made irrational moves, eg. here in the US HUMRF share price has just gone up almost 20% this morning. Almost as though "someone" is manipulating and I have often said this before on here.
15/2/2021
16:23
bikwik: Well, I have decided to close this game a wee bit early given that I have been inundated with replies....I wish......however, I have received eight! Rather than have asked you whether you thought the price would be lower or higher by end Feb, the choice of the coppock indicator should eliminate the bias that one would naturally have when asking for a view on something more tangible such as the share price. After all its a squiggly line that meanders between low and high with a few kinks in between. What could that possibly have to do with the price. Coppock is purely based on the share price and though it is a lagging indicator (though not by that much using a daily version) it has to by its construction signal a rise in the share price when it is rising. Particularly when it is very low it will give the best signals when it turns up. So full marks to everyone (except Polaris who purposefully sat on the fence) for answering higher. It was the right question and luckliy the right answer in 7 out of 8 replies. Of course there would have been no bias in any of your answers (hmm really, well we'll never know will we!). So given where coppock is currently (ie very low and virtually the lowest since the March low, then if it is higher by the end of this month then we could expect a bloody good rebound in the next couple of weeks. Confirmation of that will be a daily close over 26p. Then you'll have a false downward break of the downward sloping support line on the chart. And following three cycles which is always good. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
13/2/2021
09:21
sleveen: GSG Assuming POG remains at current levels or perhaps rises, current HUM share price is about as low as it will go. As PH suggests, there were many negative comments inspired by talking their book. I have a holding in HUM.
12/2/2021
10:53
polaris: This is how the stock market works. Sentiment and emotion will move SPs one way or another as worries or euphoria grip a stock. It is very rare that a share price fully reflects current value, if for no other reason than there are a number of valuation models that will attribute value in different ways. HUM stands around £90 M in market cap...and EV, due to cash position v debt. For that you have: A 100 k oz mine @AISCs projected for $1350 in 2021 in Yanfolila, Mali with a 5-year or so current LoM on reserves Likely a DFS for Dugbe, Liberia by end 2021, giving a 51 % interest (before government share) in a likely 5 M oz+ project The Kouroussa gold project in Guinea The smaller equity investments in Cora, for the Sanankoro project, Mali and Bunker Hill in the mine in the US In 2021, the current debt will be paid back, there will be more exploration to firm up Yanfolila LoM and there will be movement on Kouroussa, albeit slow. These are directly under the control of HUM board. On top of those, Pasofino will take the Dugbe project forward and Ian Stalker is known to deliver. That is out of the hands of the HUM board - likely a good thing for value! That project alone could justify the current market cap (and more) of HUM at YE2021. Cora and Bunker Hill are minor projects that may be worth something to HUM, whatever you feel about the circumstances of how HUM became involved. HUM isn't even close to being valued at the sum of its parts, as PIs are overlooking the obvious. SC have been selling down for a long time now. That is one whole boatload of shares for the market to subsume. The end of that is close at hand now. Risk / reward ratios for YE2021 are good. People here seem intent on counting individual trees and how each is growing day by day, rather than looking at the wider picture: the forest is growing. As i've said before, the share price at YE2021 will be higher than the share price at start of 2021. TBH, that is all that matters to me.
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
03/2/2021
18:33
kennyp52: BT1 ... what you make of the RNS ? AISC increase would mean we would have been losing money last year at $1300 POG . CEY trying to move theirs down while HUM taking theirs up extinguishing the POG benefit ( who knows how long this will last and the opportunity gone ) .. suspiciously looks to me that HUM want to mine lower grade , explore and thereby extend the life of mine . Just seems to me your point about “lining own pockets” rings a little true . Extension of LOM means big fat director salaries get paid longer whilst shareholders continue to wait for the share price the resource deserves . It seems the market agrees . Shareholder value seems to not be at the forefront of this RNS ... all IMO of course . Thoughts ?
03/2/2021
18:01
polaris: Taking the numbers in post 3827: Q1-2020| USD 8M Cash | Gold USD 17M| debt USD -34M (reduced USD 6M) Q2-2020| USD 6M Cash | Gold USD 8M | debt USD -26M (reduced USD 8M) Q3-2020| USD 9M Cash | Gold USD 9M | debt USD -19M (reduced USD 7M) Q4-2020| USD 11M Cash| Gold USD 4M | debt USD -13M (reduced USD 6M) Continue that through 2021 and the debt is repaid and a cash pile built of $13-14 M, as the cash and interest to pay down debt then goes straight to cash pile. Even if that is the only cash generation for 2021, the total cash pile will reach $25 M by end 2021, with a few million more in gold on hand. SP gives the market cap but you also have to look at the enterprise value, EV, which includes the debt. As the debt is paid back then the EV increases to the current market cap at date of payback. Post this date, the company starts to build cash and the EV falls, if the share price does not move in tandem with the cash generation. Assuming you keep LoM steady by replacing mined Ozs with new discoveries, the EV base should now be well-known. As HUM are now about cash / debt break-even, the base EV is about £100 M. At $6 M cash generation per Q you would expect the share price to increase at 1.25 p per Q from here, assuming steady state operations of 100 k oz p.a. and no value additive news from the other developments. The only question is whether £100 M is reasonable for a 100 k oz p.a. gold mine with operating costs of $1350 (the upper end of the guidance for 2021) plus the other prospects / partnerships? I'd say risk / reward is now heavily weighted to the plus side, given what i see as conservative production and AISC guidance for 2021. Never mind the movement on firming up Kourassa project and Pasofino partnership with Dugbe project. There are cheaper gold miners out there but i expect HUM to end the year with a higher share price than it started the year, just like it did in 2020. That's all that matters to me, the long term share price performance.
03/2/2021
12:07
chipperfrd: I'm afraid I have been caught out by the big jump in AISC. I had actually expected an improvement over the 3Q number! I tend to agree with RT on his assessment but will await the full year financials in order to (hopefully) get a better handle on it. It does look as though 1H will be marking time with improvements loaded to 2H. Currently having to reduce my expectations for 2021 from Yanfolila - which is disappointing - as I had thought we would see improved numbers coming through at these gold prices. So basically, 2021 actuals from Yanfolila lower than my expectations and therefore HUM share price upside more geared to sentiment around developments at Dugbe and Karoussa. Having said all that, closure of debt & interest this half is a positive and the company is still generating reasonable cash for funding development at Karoussa. Have bought the dip today but disappointed that upside from actuals is still some way off. Chip
03/2/2021
11:33
plat hunter: Unless i get my stop loss hit at 27.45, then I'll look to buy them back cheaper again.It's really simple... When the share price is rising you crystallise your gains as cash and when the share price is falling you crysalise your losses as free shares.Doesn't always work but around 40% of the time it does.
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