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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.15 0.86% 17.65 17.30 18.00 17.65 17.50 17.50 113,614 08:33:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 16

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/12/2018
14:14
Thanks, Steve, Just in case the need arises to sell quickly...
pythian
04/12/2018
05:53
Seems to be a problem with the imo.com system.. there are apparently no active quotes for any Uranium contracts. If anyone has any alternative charts I can put them in the header. hTtps://www.fnarena.com/index.php/2018/12/04/uranium-week-volumes-surge/
steve73
04/12/2018
05:47
If you really want to sell, try placing an order close to, at, or even just below, the asking price and it should get filled (eventually). To answer Mr trout... Does seems strange why anyone should subscribe at this time for a loss.. better to buy shares cheaper in the open market and hold the SS until next year (or the year after). I can see the sense in buying a few more SS though; if the underlying price does move up significantly, the SS should also move... and by a much greater %... and this is why they retain a premium to their "obvious" value.
steve73
04/12/2018
04:16
I would be very interested to hear if any poster has actually sold any subscription shares and what price was obtained. I tried a dummy sale with Barclays on-line and they would not give me a quote!
pythian
03/12/2018
16:30
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/geiger-counter-GCL/share-news/Geiger-Counter-Ltd-Issue-of-Ordinary-Shares/78804215 As a newcomer to subscription shares, I don't get why anyone would subscribe for a shade under 25p at a time when the ordinaries could have been bought cheaper in the market?
strategic trout
28/11/2018
17:29
TSX uranium companies strong today
quepassa
09/11/2018
15:26
No wobble here.GCL is strong and buyers expect strength to resume next week.
dogberry202000
09/11/2018
05:13
I'm actually surprised at how low the growth of Nuclear power is expected to be over the next 20 years or so... htTps://www.rt.com/business/443415-china-india-nuclear-power/
steve73
07/11/2018
20:29
Numerco: Spot #uranium 2900/2910 USc/Lb #U3O8 (Chg +25c, +0.86%) U.TO is over C$5.00. Seasonal charts in the miners suggests there may be a wobble in a few days. After that . . .
dogberry202000
07/11/2018
13:19
Yes, making 2-3 times your money is a very conservative estimation imo. Still great though as I expect these returns very soon. All ingredients are in the pressure cooker now... Anyone invested or investing now will be part of an extraordinary journey todamoon.
greedfear
07/11/2018
09:41
I'm a uranium bull but I do think it's 12 months before the big rise starts. The problem being you can't build a decent holding when the price starts to motor so I've started now drip feeding in now. News can and will drop out of the blue that will send uranium spot flying so no point trying to time the market. 2-3 times your money is probably very conservative but certainly not to be sniffed at.
andyforster1
07/11/2018
09:20
@greedfear - totally agree. Quakes is a great place to start on twitter, as he's connected to just about everybody. There is a lot of good info posted there. @andyforster - I'd be very disappointed if I only collect 2-3 times my money here. I'm genuinely expecting much more than that.
bmcb5
07/11/2018
07:27
For really EXCELLENT information about uranium investing: HTTPS://twitter.com/quakes99/status/1038864315149778944?s=21 Highly recommended.
greedfear
07/11/2018
01:05
Very simple why this trades at a premium to NAV. The UK listed uranium plays are minimal and this is a very simple way to get a diverse exposure done by professionals. The charges are going to be irrelevant vs the return when the spot price gains kick in. The spread is frustrating and it's very illiquid so tradings in and out is not advisable. Best to invest and forget for 2 years and then collect 2-3 times your money.
andyforster1
06/11/2018
23:13
At what price is it worth cashing in the subscription shares?
tonsil
06/11/2018
20:26
The nav is published as an rns daily. We've been at a premium. The management charge is pretty hefty too. And on gcs the spread. But taking a stake in 44 separate companies would cost a fair bit and you'd need to know which of the long tail to pick.
ronconomics
06/11/2018
19:43
Evening. I'm a former holder of GCL and have kept an eye on it from a distance. I notice that FT & Morningstar both show the IT trading at quite a hefty premium of late - that seems to fly in the face of the interest here and the longer term averages. Does anyone know if that's a numbers anomaly with the data feeds or if it is a genuine picture of the current GCL NAV?
bpdon
06/11/2018
15:06
Bmcb5- likewise, never have invested that much in one industry. But have done my homework and am very certain there are no better opportunities out there. Things are only just starting. Just have to control myself when it really takes off. :) When this board really, really is busy, then and perhaps only then time to sell. BOL!
greedfear
06/11/2018
15:00
Excellent article in today's FT , Page 27 by Neil Hume, their outstanding Natural Resources editor about the recent strength of uranium. The well researched article is headed " Uranium prices climb on mine closures and demand from nuclear plants". ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
06/11/2018
13:47
I'm currently at 70-75% of my portfolio in uranium plays. I've never been so weighted into one industry. I'm tempted to go even heavier, but am resisting, so far... It does feel like we are turning a corner here. Excellent performance last night, which is not fully reflected in GCL yet, imo. I'm also very happy with my YCA; upside won't be as great as here, but the downside looks very limited from these prices. I suspect the board will become busier in coming weeks, but am also happy if it stays quiet. Quiet board = good sign :-)
bmcb5
06/11/2018
07:33
It is. Uranium still very much under the radar. Investing has never been easier. Just buy and hold and watch the inevitable unfold. Life changing opportunities. 90% of my portfolio in uranium plays. Madness. ;)
greedfear
06/11/2018
07:15
Quiet board = good sign.
p1nkfish
05/11/2018
22:09
There were breakouts in several miners and the action continued after hours. The top two holdings: NXE and URG were up by around 15% and 10%! Denison ended up around 8% on increased volume. This Board is relatively quiet given the potential here. I remember the false breakouts over the last two years when the Board was busier than this. Let's hope that those early shareholders who were believers held core positions.
dogberry202000
05/11/2018
21:50
Do not miss full Q3 Energy Fuels update released today but herewith very pertinent extract from CEO's statement:- ""I'd also like to say a few words about how we are investing today in future shareholder value. At the end of the quarter, we held about 385,000 pounds of U3O8 inventory; all U.S. origin. At today's uranium spot price of $28.00, we could have sold this material on the spot market, and perhaps allowed the Company to realize over $10 million in revenue for the quarter. However, we made the conscious decision not to sell any of our inventory, as we believe it will be worth more in the future due to improving uranium market conditions. And, U.S.-origin uranium could be worth considerably more if relief is granted under Section 232. Therefore, we will continue to build unhedged uranium inventory until the end of the year, giving us the ability to quickly benefit from the future uranium price increases we expect. We also intend to maintain our strong working capital position in order to continue to be poised to increase uranium production in response to a favorable section 232 determination and/or to increase vanadium production if warranted by favorable vanadium market conditions." All IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
05/11/2018
21:38
Fireworks night on the TSX :- Cameco UP 8.5% Denison UP 5% but Energy Fuels UP a gob-smacking 18% should feed thru' to Geiger tomorrow. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
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