Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -1.25p -5.12% 23.15p 23.00p 23.30p 25.10p 22.70p 24.45p 3,284,768 15:02:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 17.50

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19/1/2018
17:55
Big volume and volalitily today. Bodes well for the next fortnight.
dogberry202000
19/1/2018
15:03
Maybe. Huge volume today though. Maybe 4th highest ever? That's bound to move the price, but I wonder what's prompting it?
codydotcom
19/1/2018
14:58
Further to fall??? Latest NAV now down to 21p - had been 25p early Jan me thinks.....
jaf111
19/1/2018
14:33
Well, i should keep quiet next time! Maybe a chance to add a few more and get to a nice round figure
codydotcom
19/1/2018
12:37
even if the 500k was a worked sell, over several days, they've done well to shift that volume without trashing the price - especially when you look at the stock trends above
codydotcom
18/1/2018
00:20
Who knew that Westinghouse was sold to Brookfield Business Partners? Surely this is major news, considering what happened to uranium companies after Westinghouse fell into Chapter 11 last March. This is an important step for a recovery in uranium prices - the continued building of AP1000 reactors in the US and around the world. Http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/C-Brookfield-to-buy-Westinghouse-for-4.6-billion-0401188.html The other news that URG and UUUU are pressing the US Dept of Commerce for "a level playing field" with U308 imports may also influence prices going forward. How might the Russians and Kazakhstan react if the US restricts imports of U308? It's getting complicated. Personally, I still expect highs in the sector before February and again in April.
dogberry202000
12/1/2018
12:09
Thanks ronconomics. There shouldn't have been any doubt as subs have been allowed in ISAs for years. Agree re short term consolidation likely. Hope it is only short term and this doesn't turn out to be yet another year the uranium bulls are wrong. At least this time there is some evidence (e.g Cameco and Kazakhstan production cuts) to back up their case. Presume by "rights stopped rising" is referring to the sub shares. I'm hoping they'll get cheaper for a while.
kenmitch
10/1/2018
08:35
turning down for a period of time by the look of the shares above and the sells in the last few days. which have found happy buyers. rights also stopped rising. short time correction/consolidation.
kaos3
08/1/2018
16:46
I said I'd get back with the outcome of whether i can put more subs (GCS )in an isa. Well..I just tried a further purchase near the close of business on my platform and it went straight through to add to my freebies. So no enquiry necessary. I've similar in my sipp but as we agreed there was no doubt on eligibility. Sorry if I confused anyone.
ronconomics
04/1/2018
22:02
Thanks for your input guys
jitters3
04/1/2018
11:12
There’s no doubt GCS are overvalued. But will the price fall? Yes (obviously)if NAV and share price fall. BUT i’m now wishing I had bought more GCS around 4p as good chance based on current uranium prospects that share and NAV heading much higher soon. If that happens then even at current 7p GCS are worth buying. And a mix of share and sub is a good tactic. Yes, if share doubles to a bit over 40p this year GCS worth 11p at 2020 exercise price but higher for 2018 and 2019 excise prices. Also if share does get to 40p this year and uranium on a roll then GCS could well be overvalued then too. I.e still, as now, with a lot extra to pay for time value. So if share at 40p GCS could well be around 25p and so far more upside than if just holding the share. Worst thing would be uranium bear market lasts 3 more years and GCS end up worthless and the Trust not getting around £10 million from the subs being exercised.
kenmitch
04/1/2018
10:51
I agree with tightfist....IMO GCS are somewhat overvalued....
jaf111
04/1/2018
10:30
Based on today's Offer prices, subscribing in November 2020 and a cost-of-capital of 5%pa, it looks to me as though GCS offers a better RoI return if the GCL share price then exceeds 41.6p. At 55p the RoI would double with GCS.On the other hand, if the GCL share price is then less than 28.5p, GCS would become a 100% investment loss...Bearing some scar tissue from earlier write-offs with warrants, I am sticking with GCL for the time being.
tightfist
03/1/2018
09:16
Must be better to sell and buy the subscription shares surely
jitters3
03/1/2018
07:41
A decent day for Uranium stocks over the pond yesterday.....NXE up 6% and CCO up 4%. Should see a positive day for GCL
jaf111
02/1/2018
22:16
It used to be a grey area (and wording of legal eagles could if we’re not careful reignite it) but for at least the last 10 years ALL subscription shares have been ISA eligible. Referring you broker to the info in Que Passa’s post would imo be unwise. Far better just to point out that all subscription shares have been allowed in ISAs for years. Good luck and HNY2U too.
kenmitch
02/1/2018
21:35
Ken & QP You guys are the best. I'll let you know what happens next. HNY2U.
ronconomics
02/1/2018
16:26
ronconomics GCS can go in to ISAs and mine are in my ISA. Your broker should know that subscription shares can go in to ISAs but warrants (even though exactly the same thing except in name) can't. I added to mine at 4.5p and then 6p. Fact is, technically GCS are now very overvalued, and even more so as the gains are while the share price is falling! BUT there are two ways of looking at the valuation. IF optimistic that the share is going to soar in time, then current price will look a bargain. e.g share price £1 and GCS worth at least 70p. BUT if no uranium rally and best the share can manage between now and end of 2020 is around 40p then GCS only worth 11p at 2010 exercise price. So at 40p share would do just as well or even a tad better than GCS. Also at current share price GCS is all time value,
kenmitch
02/1/2018
14:28
Falling knife Mind your fingers!
bigtbigt
02/1/2018
12:40
Tried to buy gcs for my isa lsst week but told the security is not allowed within the wrapper. I hold my free subscription shares there on the back of an isa position on gcl interestingly. Missed today's excitement on the top up as a result.
ronconomics
23/12/2017
12:46
If share gets to (unlikely) £1 by Nov 2018 then the sub is worth 75p but because they often trade at a discount, the sell price likely to be a bit lower than that. Share price of £1 at final Nov 2020 expiry date and GCS worth 71p. We can’t know now whether the share will trade at a premium to NAV, or around NAV or at a discount. Current premium is unusual and with NAV falling, Geiger Counter share is overvalued and I’ve sold mine. So I only hold the sub share. My guess fwiw is that the share will soon go to a discount to NAV. Until recently it had traded at a discount for years. Remember that investors can buy and sell the sub share (GCS) at any time and as often as they want to until final expiry date in Nov 2020. Whether the subs prove a fantastic investment depends on how uranium/uranium shares perform. Uranium bulls have been wrong for years. We’ve got another 3 years to hope they are right eventually.
kenmitch
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