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Geiger Counter Limited 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
  -0.50 -1.22% 40.50 40.00 41.00 40.50 39.90 40.50 289,612 16:25:01
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15/6/2021
19:25
It takes a special type of Government thinking to take supply off the market when the market is tightening. Still the US Uranium strategic reserve ought to accelerate the coming expected price surge in U3O8. htTps://www.zerohedge.com/energy/biden-administration-moving-forward-trump-era-proposal-us-uranium-reserve
7kiwi
14/6/2021
18:15
hTTps://twitter.com/pretentiouswhat/status/1404330426823442434?s=21
goodgrief
14/6/2021
18:02
Bit of an issue with a Chinese reactorhTTps://twitter.com/quakes99/status/1404455919270842370?s=21
goodgrief
14/6/2021
17:10
What's happened to the Uranium explorers today. Looks like a synchronised sell-off?
7kiwi
09/6/2021
20:59
U looking like it’s ready to keep the uptrend in place and test $34 in the next few months, with no doubt a few more ups and downs along the way....dyor etc. etc...
energiser01
09/6/2021
20:30
And new shares issued today, presumably to satisfy institutions.
7kiwi
09/6/2021
08:16
More institutional buying yesterday. Expect an announcement soon.
dogberry202000
03/6/2021
19:04
Russia to revive Elkon Uranium project with massive resources. No mention of reserves, so I guess it's some way from production. hTtps://www.kitco.com/news/2021-06-03/Russia-plans-to-revive-the-world-s-largest-new-uranium-project.html
7kiwi
31/5/2021
16:11
hTTps://www.investmentweek.co.uk/opinion/4031934/are-we-seeing-a-commodities-super-cycle-demand-for-precious-metals-shines-bright-for-now The opinion of the managers.
papillon
31/5/2021
15:55
Perhaps this explains the relatively small drop in inventory. A large amount of US demand for 2020 came from abroad. htTps://world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/US-uranium-purchases-slightly-up-for-2020-EIA How long can overseas inventory and production go on supplying the US at this rate?
7kiwi
28/5/2021
09:14
This popped up on my Twitter timeline. Thought it might be of interest here:
7kiwi
24/5/2021
23:18
Agreed. Much harder to do global inventory cover though.
7kiwi
24/5/2021
21:57
Thanks for doing that work and sharing it7Kiwi. Inventory cover is the one to watch for me.
brugen
24/5/2021
18:55
The latest EIA Uranium report came out late last week. htTps://www.eia.gov/uranium/marketing/pdf/umar2020.pdf Using data from the the tables inside, I have pulled together a chart showing the evolution of term and spot prices, demand and inventory cover. Overall, I was a bit disappointed that inventory didn't fall by more than it did last year. I had thought with Cameco's mines shut in for a lot of the time, inventory reduction would have been stronger. So, still very bullish in the medium to long term, but I now think we might be closer to two years away from the expected price surge, rather than my initial thought of within the next 12 months. But I could be wrong.
7kiwi
20/5/2021
22:41
hTTps://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/new-rolls-royce-mini-nuclear-5427413 The future is nuclear power? Could be. Would be good news for uranium prices.
papillon
19/5/2021
09:47
The Bear Market for Uranium is OverhTTps://sprott.com/insights/video-the-bear-market-for-uranium-is-over/?utm_source=insights&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=video-the-bear-market-for-uranium-is-over
goodgrief
19/5/2021
09:16
Thanks to pob69 on the YCA thread. hTTps://app.box.com/s/y6evjvtwf7qmvlw02puz5utokmtcs52f
7kiwi
18/5/2021
15:07
750K new shares issued at 40p.
7kiwi
10/5/2021
11:58
I think there are plenty more missiles that can be converted, but Boris put an end to that, they other day, so that's quite a large line of supply taken out of the market as well, that was displacing net supply...
zcaprd7
10/5/2021
06:09
Useful "background" info on Bloomberg video on Nuclear Power... htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g09v-b5nCPI
steve73
09/5/2021
09:10
I guess many followers of this thread have seen this excellent article on Seeking Alpha: hTtps://seekingalpha.com/article/4401074-positive-supply-and-demand-outlook-points-to-much-higher-uranium-prices I was struck by two charts in particular: First global U3O8 production: Peak production was ~165m lb in 2016. It has fallen recently due to shut-ins, but the 165m might be regarded as a practical limit to production from current operable mines. The second is the histogram of production costs: This shows max production of around 145m lb with the most marginal mine only operating at breakeven over ~$75/lb. Yet, current demand is estimated around 180m lb, rising to 200m lb in the not too distant future. Of course, the shortfall is being made up by depleting inventories at the present time. The investment case for Uranium is based on these inventories falling below safe levels soon, leading to a rush from utilities to secure long term supply at higher prices than exist today. But even when Cameco bring their mines back online and Kazatomprom resume full production, according to the stats above, there will still be a shortfall of 15-35m lb per annum if peak production of 165m lb can be restored, obviously larger if max production is only 145m lb. It will take years to bring new mines from the likes of Denison and NexGen on line and during that time, existing mines will deplete. This will lead to a continuing structural deficit. Shown here: and here: Yet, the same chap who wrote the seeking alpha article talks of $50-70/lb being required to balance supply and demand. I am increasingly thinking that this estimate is very conservative. What do others think, and do any of you have any views on where spot Uranium is going over the next 18-24 months? Plus, what other secondary supply of Uranium (or substitutes) might be available? I understand that most of the potential fuel from converting missile-grade Uranium has been exhausted. It might be possible to bring on more MOX fuel. China also has big inventories, but I am not sure they can be persuaded to share their strategic supplies with the rest of the world when they are increasing their own nuclear fleet and the world is in structural Uranium deficit for a while.
7kiwi
09/5/2021
07:55
Here it is: hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ihn97lL-Whg
7kiwi
08/5/2021
19:51
Bizarre they didn’t want to use it to raise funds this year, based on last years nav, if it’s such a good idea....dyor etc etc....
energiser01
08/5/2021
14:11
Papillon - search for "Jim Patterson palisade radio" on YouTube to get this video
briannewby
07/5/2021
18:50
hTTps://www.shareprophets.com/views/55575/video-precious-metals-becoming-more-precious-by-the-day-but-uranium-could-really-go-boom I don't subscribe so can't access the video.
papillon
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