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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
  0.05 0.3% 16.55 16.10 17.00 16.55 16.50 16.50 26,956 08:01:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.2 -0.3 - 15

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/2/2019
09:23
Anybody wanting a short history lesson on what happened last time in the sector and what's lining up listen to this https://youtu.be/vwgDO_ACnno
andyforster1
06/2/2019
09:18
Just joined the partyHappy Days
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
09:15
Cheers folks
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
09:13
I had similar issues trying top buy YCA with Halifax, with them incorrectly classifying it as a PRIIP and needing a KID. Missed move of 220 ->240 as a result. I'm guessing they might need the KID (and someone to review it) before they allow trading?
0x3f
06/2/2019
09:08
Barclays have a very limited number of shares you can buy online. Try somewhere like IG Index very quick to set up to buy shares, ISA's or spread bets
makeamillion1
06/2/2019
08:54
Oh ??? Maybe worth giving them a call, should be a quick 2 minute job
andyforster1
06/2/2019
08:51
Just not recognising the ticker
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
08:50
What not offering it or N/T to buy ???
andyforster1
06/2/2019
08:44
Can't buy it through Barclays?
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
07:56
Great posts Andy
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
07:52
I've been running a spreadsheet on the ins and outs of the US uranium etf URA. This etf matches a pre determined index of uranium and nuclear companies. The etf has been through a terrible time transitioning from a pure mining etf to nuclear focused. This resulted in some miners being dumped from the index and most others having their weighting's adjusted. This rebalancing has largely finished with respects to GCL's interest with the exception of Fission (selling down) whilst Ur-Energy and Yellow Cake are being bought. As you can tell from the last few days of trading the likes of Nexgen and Denison are free to trade without downward pressure of URA. Watch GCL NAV move a lot high as these overly sold stock return to mean and boost our performance in the short term.
andyforster1
06/2/2019
07:49
Cheers mate
richardjohn10
06/2/2019
07:24
My average is 21p but I've not finished buying. I thought I'd have longer to buy large amounts before my expected run up in March for a huge April break up. Looks like people want in the miners early to maximise their exposure. The thing is here is it's very difficult to buy in size on moves up. With the potential rewards being so lucrative and the memory of the last uranium bull market I can easily see it running quickly from the outset. Some of these equities are still trading at or near their yearly lows despite spot being at its two year high and looks very robust.
andyforster1
05/2/2019
22:35
Uranium Fever hTTps://youtu.be/2ANI6oj8p2M
dogberry202000
05/2/2019
22:23
I've been thinking of 5x too, though not sure about timescale. With the current setup, I don't see why we can't get back to the 2010/11 price range here.
0x3f
05/2/2019
22:22
What's your average Andy?
richardjohn10
05/2/2019
22:09
That would be lovely Andy!I'll do some more research here I think. Some great input on this board.
richardjohn10
05/2/2019
21:13
It's a great question. If the uranium market returns to anything like $80 l/b I'd be looking for 5 x your money but the uranium space is very niche. In the last major supply deficit the worst Junior did 2200%. I'm not saying those days will come again but everybody's looking for the next bubble and uranium could be the one that overshoots expectations. I'm here for two years with a 5 times outlook. Anybody else ???
andyforster1
05/2/2019
20:12
How high do you see this going?
richardjohn10
05/2/2019
18:17
I bought some today, after failing to buy URE again. Noted the price move in some of the miners that hadn't been reflected here and general positive sentiment - so bought some rather than take the risk waiting on individual names to fall back.
0x3f
05/2/2019
17:58
As we speak those URE warrants are in the money, currently priced at zero in the NAV. Everything above $1 is on top. (Not sure of the amounts)
andyforster1
05/2/2019
16:35
Should see a decent move tomorrow. Message starting to sink in now, and more people taking a look at the U space.
the deacon
05/2/2019
16:30
Surprise this hasn't moved today, look at some of those equitiesNXE +6% URE +6%DNN +4%EFR +3%FCU +3%UEC +6%
andyforster1
05/2/2019
14:50
I concur Jon, I see $80 US spot vs a rest of the world spot. I'm just putting it out there that US focused Uranium equities should/will be hitting 5 year highs come July all being well. Worth taking a look back at some of those charts it will shock.
andyforster1
05/2/2019
14:30
The Trump uranium quota threat is explained and discussed here: Https://www.politico.com/newsletters/morning-trade/2019/02/04/the-uranium-front-of-trumps-trade-war-501838 My main take-away from this is - Trump could decide to impose an import quota in the coming months to ensure domestic uranium mining firms supply 25 percent of the U.S. market. That would force domestic companies to expand capacity exponentially: They supplied only 5.4 percent capacity in 2017. Commerce is scheduled to make its recommendation on April 14, though the shutdown may have delayed that deadline. Is it physically possible to ramp up a mothballed mine in short order? (If not the price gets even higher.)
jonwig
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