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Geiger Counter LSE:GCL London Ordinary Share GB00B15FW330 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 18.625p 18.25p 19.00p 18.625p 18.25p 18.625p 51,826 14:00:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 14.08

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Geiger Counter Daily Update: Geiger Counter is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCL. The last closing price for Geiger Counter was 18.63p.
Geiger Counter has a 4 week average price of 17.50p and a 12 week average price of 17.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 33.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14.88p.
There are currently 75,584,492 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 44,835 shares. The market capitalisation of Geiger Counter is £14,077,611.64.
steve73: Encouraging Interim Report released just before close yesterday... Contract U3O8 prices are well ahead of spot price - approx. 50% premium by my calc. hTtp://
papillon: Don't believe posters, believe the share price! Unfortunately the GCL share price has been in a downtrend since the high of circa 33p earlier this year. Lower highs and lower lows! I can't predict the future share price (unfortunately!!), but a retest of the low of circa 11p early in 2016 seems possible. bwtfdik?
my retirement fund: Its very satisfying that whilst a small cohort of posters on this board continue to try thwir very best to discredit me and rubbish my bearish outlook presently, that the share price continues to crash through the floor.
dogberry202000: The rises in Canada and New York have been stunning tonight on huge volume. Trump is expected to make things far easier for mining companies including those in the US that mine Uranium because he and his appointees want nuclear energy to feature strongly in the US's new energy mix. The US's UUUU has got to be in with a big shout as the only major US uranium miner with a mill and permission to build another. It's CEO recently penned an article suggesting as much. Uranium mills, btw with permissions, etc. cost around a $billion to build. Denison and Cameco are on fire with Fission's share price catching up fast. Good heavens! As the only closed fund offering uranium in London GCL is in pole position on the London markets for the new bull market in uranium. Think of the funds GCL will attract!
anthony16731: Multi year breakout & long term 200MA gone too. Folk are going mad for Uranium stocks on TSX which is quite handy for GCL.Share price here hit 130p when U308 was last at $50 so this is a great play for anybody interested in tracking Uranium prices and has a bullish view of those.Floor needs to be in sometime.
quepassa: Additionally, I just checked the latest NAV for Geiger Counter announced yesterday 8/12. The stated NAV is 20.88p per share as at 7th. Dec. So the recent rapid uplift in the prices of Cameco/Nexgen are most certainly already priced in and reflected in the latest NAV figures. With a Geiger Counter share price around 18/19p mid-market, the share price is currently fully up with latest revaluations of Cameco/Nexgen allowing for a c.10% Discount to NAV. Whilst the big uranium producers are having a great run of late, it is not necessarily the case for smaller companies in the sector, some of which have fallen recently. Also uranium prices are still very low. My money is firmly on the uranium majors at the moment. To illustrate this point and by way of contrast, the NAV on Geiger as at 24th. Aug - some three months ago- was 23.13p per share. So Geiger's NAV has dropped from 23.13p to 20.88p per share in some three months. It's the sometimes opaque investments in the smaller companies and varying exotic countries which make Geiger a very hard fund to value. This is where you find daily NAV announcements for Geiger. They list them every day not on the London Stock Exchange but on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange. Have a look. Hope this helps. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
my retirement fund: The fee is taken from the nav and not the underlying share price that you buy or sell at.
hugepants: Nexgen (biggest holding) up 6% today
kenmitch: Another bullish article this time on Monday in the Daily Telegraph. No mention of Geiger Counter, though that article and the others like it and the rising uranium price at last, probably explain the share price rise this week. The sub shares are now down to just 0.85p to buy and were available at that price even when the quote was 1.25p to buy. They remain a big gamble - CFP still around 80% - BUT if the shares can get to the mid 60s within a month or so expect the sub share to go higher, and possibly to 2p or even 3p to sell. With an outside chance that the shares could be well above 75p by the end of the year a small punt on the subs could pay off. 80p should give a sub share price of 5p though close to expiry the MMs tend to widen the spread to force sub share holders to exercise to get the value. So holders want the share price there this year really even though the subs last until January 31st. Crazy imo to risk much but even a 50000 punt only costs £450 or so and if uranium really goes on a roll and the GCL share price with it the returns could be spectacular. I hold mostly the shares and any useful rise in the share price will far more than cover a small loss on the sub shares. e.g to state the obvious. Anyone who bought say 20000 subs recently for a bit under £300 would just about have covered the sub share paper loss so far if buying 4000 shares at 50p at the same time. Anyone buying 20000 today only has to pay £170. So if the sub share punt goes wrong so what if by this time next year there is a uranium bull market with GCL at £1. Now what price the subs (25p!) in the very unlikely event of the share price soaring to £1 this year. Hence the attraction of a small punt with money investors can afford to lose. The subs might be very hard to get rid of if the shares don't have a good run.
kenmitch: washbrook. Your figures are right and reinforce the points I made in post 242. But you might have missed a couple of points. First that CFP would come tumbling down if the shares have a strong run. Impossible you and others might think? Then take the example of Kenmare Resources last year. In April the warrants with a Dec 2009 expiry were FAR FAR more expensive than GCLS are now with a CFP of 1922%!!! The shares needless to add were way below the exercise price. Then the share price rose strongly and the warrants multi bagged from way under 1p to 10p or so at one point, and by October the CFP was down to MINUS 10% with the warrants at a discount. There is still a chance that the GCL share price could rise strongly between now and January. It looks a remote chance (as it did with Kenmare) but if the price of uranium starts rising, and/or some of their investments have a good run then if the share price returns to the mid to high 60s, say by October/November then the sub share price could be as high as 5p to sell, and a near triple on the current 1.43p to buy. Obviously if the shares have a great run and can get to 85p by the end of the year then the sub share should be back to around 10p to sell. I agree that is very unlikely now. But all I bought was 20000 subs at 1.43p using a small bit of the profits made on them earlier this year at a grand cost of just £290 or so! It's a very high risk punt. I'll only buy more, and would have to pay significantly more than 1.43p, if there is genuine good news and a fast rising share price that greatly increases the chances of the subs finishing in the money. For anyone thinking of buying the subs there is NO point while the share price is drifting back. I bought my tiny stake when the share price was rising hoping that would continue. So wait for further rises in NAV and or bullish Adviser updates. The only argument for buying now is to get in while the price is around 1.4p ahead of other potential buyers waiting until it is a bit less risky. I did that earlier this year around 2p from memory - all shown on posts on this thread - for that reason. Then the share price did rise strongly and the gamble paid off. This time with expiry date much nearer and no signs really of good news to send the shares up in time, the risks are much higher. EDIT. The shares look a great buy under 50p. An obvious tactic is to buy the shares and if they have a good run then sell some and use just the profits from that sale to buy the subs if the share price run looks like continuing or even accelerating, like it did ahead of the uranium bubble two or three years ago.
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