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% 22.00 188,622 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
21.50 22.50 22.00 22.00 22.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 91.39 -9.14 -2.30 77
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:05:16 O 15,000 22.00 GBX

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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 22p.
Hummingbird Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 18.25p and a 12 week average price of 18.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 29.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 12.38p.
There are currently 351,826,899 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 476,510 shares. The market capitalisation of Hummingbird Resources Plc is £77,401,917.78.
dickbush: What I am saying about the price of a company's shares is this: "If a business does well, the stock EVENTUALLY follows." Warren Buffett As above, I hold DB responsible for the operation of the business, not the share price. Perhaps, I should have said The share price in the short term. Buffett's favourite holding period is "forever". I am not as patient. I expect to get paid within 5 to 7 years, hopefully less. Also from Warren Buffett: "Never count on making a good sale. Have the purchase price be so attractive that even a mediocre sale gives good results."
mother o malley: bt 1. Over 1400 posts on HUM in less than 2 years. Suggest visit to a mental health clinic - you need help !! borderterrier1 7 Feb '20 - 19:24 - 8039 of 8202 OK. I don't believe new investors take notice of what I say on here but I'll vanish for a month or two and see if this share price improves. moneyfornothing1 7 Feb '20 - 21:56 - 8040 of 8202 There’s absolutely no chance that you can stay away from this board for 2 weeks let alone 2 months, no chance whatsoever. Moljen 7 Feb '20 - 21:56 - 8041 of 8202 Well done BT much appreciated, hopefully when you come back it won't be to say I told you so. Couple of months is, say, on publication of Q1 operations and then we can be discussing actual numbers and how the share price reacts. All the best on your break, just hope you're sincere. new_buyer 7 Feb '20 - 21:58 - 8042 of 8202 BT taking a break from here? Not a chance at all! borderterrier1 7 Feb '20 - 22:10 - 8043 of 8202 Moljen I'm true to my word.
avsome1968: Don't forget Hum share price not had the same gains as other gold miners so cant see too much more down side AAZ top gold producer was down to 111.00 investors taking cash from huge gains over passed few years.
redtrend: AAZ no longer has a stronger story than here, now it's already at a market cap of £165m. In fact the market cap of AAZ seems to be rich considering it has current LoM to 2024, 80-85k Oz p.a. "Gold Equivalent Ounces" and come 2023 will effectively have its net production slashed in half when the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) kicks in and the Government gets 51%. If the PSA doesn't kick in in 2023, it simply means AAZ has spent significantly more on Capex, thus impacting cash in the bank. Can't have it both ways. The cost to simply sustain production past 2024, extend Gedabek and Gosha, develop Ordubad is all exploration and capex not included in AAZ AISC. Going from open to underground at Gedabek will increase AISC. Net Cash made by AAZ in 2019 was $23.8m. With current share price at 9x Net Cashflow, that's hardly a great value proposition now compared to HUM and some other gold miners, particular in light of AAZ's 5yr LoM and PSA terms kicking in in 2023. 9x seems a tad rich to say the least. It is of course easier with hindsight and I luckily stuck with AAZ (sold out later on and missed out on the push £1 onwards, but rotated it into SHG and SLP anyway which both doubled. Still in SLP but sold my SHG), but AAZ was a disaster in early 2017 when they were forced to temporarily halt production at the main mine due to collapse in grades and made a hail mary to Ugur to plug the gap, which paid off. This was at a time many shareholders panicked, bailed and the share price collapsed back down to the teens, when in Q4 2016 it had pushed back over 30p. But AAZ never should have been in that position in the 1st place, caused predominantly by mine management/ lack of understanding of the main deposit itself, not Force Majeure. At the time AAZ's PR and comms was also terrible. HUM feels like AAZ in early 2017. The past issues at HUM have been predominantly Force Majeure (abnormally heavy rainy season causing both pit wall preventative remediation and public bridge collapse etc. etc.), albeit some other management/PR issues too (options, bunker hill). Jumping into AAZ now feels like a case of stables doors wide open, horse bolted a long time ago. All boats rise with the gold price tide, but some will rise higher than others. Does HUM have more chance of getting to 46p (£168m) in 12-18 months than AAZ to £3 (£340m)? My money is literally on the former. As per my post 6,691 on this thread in May 2019, thank goodness I bought significant further holding in HUM at 14.5p.
plasybryn: It appears from reading the Bulletin Boards (particularly LSE) that there may well be a degree of shareholder nervousness about a few issues and of course the weak share price. I therefore decided to email Robert Munro and as usual he was quick to respond. That in itself is always comforting. I will try & paraphrase his reply and hope this direct feedback puts to bed some concerns. 1. I informed him that I had read that issues had been put to the Co. but no response had been forthcoming. He told me he was surprised about this. He was unaware of any queries that were outstanding. But he promised to check their "info@" email address to ensure there aren't any problems with the system. 2. I raised the concern about the extended delays in the new Resource/Reserve and resultant extended Life of Mine statement. He replied saying that the Co. hoped to be making further updates on this in the near future. So obviously delayed,(well we know that!) but no reason to read more into this than that in my opinion. Lets hope near future, means near future! 3. I asked him about an issue which has been raised concerning a potential conflict of interest within the Betts family. This is a quote from a blogger on LSE:- "Betts Metals is part of the Stephen Betts group of companies. So Mr. Betts senior and by default Mr. Dan Betts, our MD, have a fairly substantial conflict of interest. I must admit this was news to me but Robert addressed this issue comprehensively. First he points out that there is full disclosure in their Audited Accounts with a number of independent non-exec. directors on the board as well. Fair comment. But importantly he described the system. Apparently all gold produced from Yanfolila mine is sold on at an arms length basis to Auramet International (hxxp:// As part of the Single Mine Origin (SMO) gold initiative (hxxps:// a small proportion of the refined gold produced from the Yanfolila mine and sold to Auramet is then purchased from Auramet at market prices by Hummingbird Resources Plc. This is then sold to Stephen Betts and Sons Ltd either in the form of gold grain or investment coins which are then in turn sold on to third party customers. Robert told me that for example the 1 oz Hummingbird gold coin is available (as we know) at hxxps:// So I can't see anything wrong there. Can you? So it sounds like shareholders are looking for problems here or perhaps putting 2 & 2 together and making 5. Perhaps understandable when the share price is so weak. The next set of results and these resource numbers should restore confidence in my opinion. Well I hope that helps, but if issues are still outstanding do email the Co.
rickyhatton: hTtps:// 1. Slides 5 and 6 table/graph are testament to the progress HUM has made and positive direction ... as reflected in the recent near doubling of the HUM share price. 2. In a recent interview Bert Munro stated that moving forward they are looking at AISC in the range of $800 to $ 850. So further AISC reduction can be expected in Q4 results, adding to growing profitability. 3. Similarly DB has recently stated in another interview that when HUM become net debt free next year he is looking to mark that event in some way for shareholders, such as by share buyback or special divi. I think DB is usually far more reticent to be specific on things than BM, so I fully expect it to materialise.
bookwormrobert: Redtrend! Read the RNSs and you'll see that you are wrong. And yes, Gascoyne was pumped hard on the LSE board of HUM a while back. Anyway, can't you hear what the HUM share price is screaming at you? For the rest, I can't be bothered with you. You really have no idea what I am and am not invested in. p.s. There is at least one clear instance of libel in your post - trust me, I've been trained in such things. So you would do well to be more careful.
fsjamescampbell: BT - You really are clueless! "new_buyer and Fsj. This share price is back to where it was in May 2015 now. Do you think this is because:- 1. It is a fabulous company, great management, Ceo and running like a well oiled machine, OR 2. It is a complete dog" Sadly BT this just shows you are totally and utterly inept, especially investing in stocks and shares! In May 2015 HUM share price appeared to be in the range of 30 - 35p, at that time they had around 95 million shares in issue which valued the company at around £30 - £31 million. The total amount of shares to date stands around the 350 million mark giving a MCAP of around £84 million with a share price of 24p! The company has raised over the critical years to explore, develop, procure, build and now run a gold mine and processing plant. The true value in reality is probably around the £130 million mark which would give an share price of 37p (some would seriously argue this share price as being valid given the value of HUM assets in both Liberia and Mali). However, as we all know sometimes MCAP of companies can be off on a tangent both high and low, many firmly believe that HUM value should be well above the £100m mark and given the above asset assessment this would be fair! So BT, regardless of sp, the value of the company is higher in today's market than it was in 2015, the MCAP is higher but the more shares in issue today bring the current diluted value down to 24p Next.....................
lurker5: Re Align Research I see that Darola, despite 10 years as a 'investor', still can't spot dud 'research' ! Clue No 1. What sort of nerd states a 'target' share price to two decimal places ? Clue No 2. What sort of nerd forgets to deduct $60m of Cora debt from his 'Sum of Parts' ? Clue No 3. What sort of nerd has so little experience that he thinks a SoP is ever achieved in practice ? And why would anyone pay right up to a 'target' price ? So why would it ever be hit ? Clue No 4 What sort of nerd includes a $33m 'value' for Dugbe when a) he admits a partner will have to come in and take away part of any value and b) he uses an 'average' EV/oz of a set of 'peers' all at more advanced stage with better quality 'resources' and where most are well below his 'average', but which latter is inflated by including a tremendous 'outlier' - Mombore - which has all permits, is far more profitable, and in a better jurisdiction. Clue No 5. What sort of nerd quotes approvingly of a Dugbe 29.4% irr (not that exciting) and doesn't understand that the 10% 'free carry' for Liberia that he mentions will reduce that to 25.8% (marginal for a miner) and the NPV10 by a massive 20% from $184m to $148m ! - quite a big drop, but unrecognised. Many other clues to nerdism too numerous to mention, but not least that a theoretical NPV value has never, ever, been achieved or even closely approached in practice (for which there is a very good reason never admitted by the analysts who put them up) by any of the 70 or so junior miners I have followed closely during the last 15 years even including the 2011 bull run. And last but not least, why didn't HUM jump for joy when its broker put up an even bigger 'target' a year or so ago ? - Why ? - because the savvy know that such 'targets' are bogus ! The analyst puts them up to satisfy either his client company or his broker employer touting to sell the shares to the non-savvy. To achieve a juicy looking one he will inch up by dodgy means every single element of a SoP! I know, because I worked in that world for many years. It is, of course, possible that Gonka will come partially to the rescue of a sharply declining cash flow from Yanfolila over the next few years and a consequent falling HUM share price. But its not certain yet, and there are other uncertainties for HUM meanwhile. So we should all commiserate with poor old Align if its 'conviction' led it to buy the shares in July at 30.5p ! And it is, of course, possible that gold might also come to the rescue. But a recovery will have to see a really determined and sharp, and such a a 'violent' uptrend has been regularly forecast as 'imminent' for almost as long as I can remember ! By popular demand I'll out similar nerdism in HUM's latest presentation when time permits.
jonnycash1: Thanks for your views. Perhaps the elections on July 29 are a focal point. The situation seems to getting worse and that may be a factor for HUM share price. When something looks to good to be true, it is. My problem is why is this stock so cheap. I don't know, but there will be a reason. If I knew what that was, I would be more inclined to buy in.
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