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
  -1.05 -3.02% 33.70 703,349 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
33.00 34.00 34.50 33.50 34.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 118.29 7.08 1.15 27.7 120
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:18:49 O 436 33.70 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 34.75p.
Hummingbird Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 25.70p and a 12 week average price of 24.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 36p while the 1 year low share price is currently 18.25p.
There are currently 354,974,378 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,688,099 shares. The market capitalisation of Hummingbird Resources Plc is £119,626,365.39.
avsome1968: Sounds like charlieeeeeeeee also getting frustrated with the share price market goes up this goes down. I hope hum share price keeps going down ,then hopefully we will get bought out at a decent price this share price not going nowhere this year 20-30p range.
ukgeorge: One of the main problems I believe is that shareholders and management are still not aligned. Shareholders generally want higher share prices. While the share price is largely irrelevant for management, TH has less shares than the average PI, meanwhile they take large pay checks and believe 1p options are acceptable. I fear that until their remuneration policy is changed the share price will always be an after thought.
sp500g: I just sold my stake in HUM & i'm out. The share price performance is not acceptable to me for a gold producer in the last months. I could make a small profit and will be buying doller nominated gold producers probably Newmont. The fundamentals are fine here, but i'm no longer betting on a rerate by the market here. In business everything is about trust and there are some things on communication side that don't fit in the picture. For me this is communication about mine development and concrete future shareholder compensation. Also i don't like share price dilution when a company is almost debt free. The ongoing comments in here are low key stock pumps. I can't stand these comments anymore that HUM should buy further parts of Cora gold. This seems orchestrated to me and the deal itself wouldn't make much sense to me (except that some former HUM employee became their CEO). Bordertroll goodbye to you also, i still can't understand your constant whining, why don't you just leave it.
seagreen: At the risk of appearing simplistic I feel the market is simply digesting the mix of traders and long term investors, which will result in a brief consolidation in the share price. This also coincides with a spike in gold prices and an inevitable period of profit taking prior to it consolidating which some people believe will result in the POG Prime Facie rising higher due to the level of Global Government funding that has been applied to nurse the Globe through the pandemic. I also suspect that those who bought shares at 19p or 20p or 21p some on long term settlement 20 or 25 days may have decided to close ther trades and take a healthy percentage profit in todays global markets. Particularly there was a decent rise prior to the announcement which was healthy and solid but the market was expecting following their trading updates. In the main these sells have been absorbed by new or existing investors. There certainly has not been a significant drop in the offer price with some paying a premium to buy in size. (eg 100,000 share orders.) This could indicate there is not a lot of spare capacity in share availability only the market makers will know. I certainly can not find any major concerns in recent announcements that would result in a desire to share my modest holding. I also contine to be confused and frustrated with the inane rambings of Border Terrier who steadfastly refuses to look forward and take into account the benificially improved POG that surely will shine through in future quarters. Whilst accepting his shares have gone up and down over the years, he seems to have no understandig of the complexities of mining a gold mine and the diferent grades of gold you can hit depending on the different seams you are mining. He seems to believe you can turn up with a spade and produce 130,000 oz a year with a man and his dog and any other technical chalenges are the direct fault of the unfortunate Dan Bates the Managing Director, who continues to be the focus of his anger. He also continues to critizise Dan for his understandble desire to expand the resource and mine life of HUM by JV or aquisition. These are very necessary steps and yes they have been unfortunate in some of their historical attempts. It would be naive to the extreme if you would expect at todays POG some one would offer HUM a large resource capable of open pit mining and producing 50,000 oz a year with no capital expenditure requirement or risk attached. I also believe that the FD is a solid man who knows his oinions who must have sourced and assisted the excellent down sized risk purchase of put options as a cost of the business without capping the upside POG as SHG did. I have also noted that there appears to be good corporate governance and HUM is begining to do what it says on the tin. Increase and have a steady significant gold production and reduce debt. I have also concluded that Border Terrier's continual ramblings and negative comment may have an ulterior motive, although it could be pure naievity as aluded to above. They are full of history and less on the bright future. Maybe he is just a miserable git, but I find it disingenious and unbelievable to comprehend how someone who still has a holding in a share to constantly run down any positive comment about HUM's future prosperity and carry on like a stuck long playing record. There are enough political and health risks to temper enthusiasm and make individuals aware of risk and reward to satisfy their own appetite/tollerance, but I am fresh out of gold in my back garden and it goes with the teritory that Gold does not grow in everyone's back garden and is found in less stable parts of the world. I have long given up believing one can have a constructive argument with Border Terrier be it positive or negative and I have given up trying to work out what his modus operandi is as I feel it is disingenious. Stay safe and I hope young Tom will have similar out of the money future put options at all times but particularly in the future when a vaccine may be more realistic and the economy hopefully returns to a new normality what ever that may be as the gold price may come down significantly even if it is not justified for many years to come.
ukgeorge: This was in the last quarterly update. I'm not sure whether to be excited or worried. Worries I have not been able to find anything out about ARX Resources Limited. Hum previous attempts at M&A fill me with fear. Are we going to get sued again. Are we going to give the project away for too little. ETC Excited If the new company will have $30M cash to spend. Surely it will be valued at $30M + What % of the new company will HUM get? What is the Dugbe project worth? 4.2Moz ...... Ultimately perhaps a deal unlocks the value. Could be a bonus to the share price...... Dugbe Gold Project As previously announced, Hummingbird has continued to explore numerous avenues in order to progress the exploration and development potential of the Dugbe Gold Project in Liberia. We are pleased to announce that, as part of this process, Hummingbird has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding with ARX Resources Limited ("ARX"), a BVI incorporated company, whereby, subject to certain conditions precedent, ARX will acquire the Dugbe project and commit at least US$30m for further exploration to increase the already substantial (4.2m oz, independently verified according to the CIM Code) gold inventory and complete a Feasibility Study on the Project. The 2013 PEA showed an NPV10 (post tax) of US$337 million at a US$1,500 gold price and a resource estimate that the management of ARX strongly believe they can materially improve upon. The conditions precedent include but are not limited to the satisfaction of all legal, government and regulatory approvals; the approval of both Boards; the availability of at least US$30m of liquid finance; an approved management team with the requisite skills and experience to develop the project and satisfactory shareholder protections, including various anti-dilutionary rights for Hummingbird. As part of this deal, Hummingbird expects to become a significant shareholder in ARX, have Board representation and 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.
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.
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.
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