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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
  0.00 0.0% 17.10 16.60 17.60 17.10 17.10 17.10 166,094 08:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/7/2019
12:02
Welcome to the backwater that is GCL, 1solon. I hope your timing is impeccable
bmcb5
16/7/2019
17:46
I agree Andy, I was delighted to see there weren't many posts on here or LSE, although twitter is hotting up. I'm now fully loaded in Uranium and in early enough, especially at these prices. I've been building a portfolio of U stocks for over a year and it's just treading water after Friday's sell off but I have a 2 - 4 year time frame in mind.
1solon
16/7/2019
16:18
Stick them in the bottom draw and come back in two years. Short term fluctuations but when U starts to break above $30 you'll be glad you loaded before the big move.
andyforster1
16/7/2019
15:51
Just bought a chunk in here after building a basket of shares in U co's over the past year. That's me all in now in uranium Got to be near the bottom in this space now!!
1solon
16/7/2019
10:44
U kicking up today, +5% let’s see if it’s sustained. Dyor etc etc.
energiser01
15/7/2019
12:20
I'd expect demand to continue picking up over coming weeks, and a return to issuing new shares by the end of the month
bmcb5
15/7/2019
12:02
hTTps://masterinvestor.co.uk/economics/this-unloved-commodity-could-be-about-to-wake-up-from-a-very-long-bear-market/
cf456
15/7/2019
07:36
It is all extremely good news as quotas do not go far enough to secure supply in the US under s232. Now the President has set the ball rolling for a much more sustained price recovery with all US miners and explorers as well as benefiting other countries such as Canada and Australia. Spot price is already up 4% from Friday and likely to rise rapidly now the uncertaininty of s232 outcome has been settled and utilities come back to the market after 18 months of inactivity. The Uranium market is already in a supply deficit this year...look out for renewed Cameco buying they require another c10 million Ibs THIS year alone. $30 Spot price will come quickly and then watch the market turn significantly higher. GLA
makeamillion1
15/7/2019
07:34
The management team at GCL proving their weight in gold the last 6 months. Rolling profits out of US plays into Canadian companies. Kazatomprom outperforming the sector. Very pleased with how the fund is being run. I expect the Uranium bull to start running in H2.
andyforster1
21/6/2019
12:15
Good to see some buoyancy in share price. A 10% bounce since beginning of month. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
05/6/2019
10:16
US Commerce Sec Wilbur Ross is being quoted by @AFP today saying the US will take "unprecedented actions" to ensure supply of rare earths, including #titanium and #uranium
andyforster1
27/5/2019
10:05
I did see this today suggesting the US is winding down its Nuclear generation program........with Russia and Chine developing more. htTps://www.rt.com/business/460300-us-nuclear-russia-china/
steve73
27/5/2019
09:47
In the absence of more from poster 'dingo75', I looked for some recent evidence that he might have a point. Unsurprisingly I didn't find any. However, here are some newish articles. The comments section in 2) has a balance of opinions (obviously well-informed). 1) Dated 20/05: https://speculatorsanonymous.com/articles/uranium-bear-market-over/ 2) Dated 09/05: https://seekingalpha.com/article/4262192-cameco-vs-kazatomprom 3) Dated 07/05: https://www.outsiderclub.com/anticipating-trump-s-section-232-uranium-decision/92333 4) Dated 29/04: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cru-chinese-uranium-stockpiles-limit-spot-price-upside-300839031.html
jonwig
24/5/2019
17:25
C'mon, dingo, tell us why. All that coal in Oz, I suppose?
jonwig
24/5/2019
17:09
they'll be zero need for uranium in 10 years, this is the issue that should be staring investors in the face.
dingo75
24/5/2019
09:22
Steve - OK, thanks. It was a few years ago that I enquired. Great for active traders (after all, buy on the bid, sell on the offer) but I'm too old for that game now!
jonwig
24/5/2019
09:08
jon - many of the on-line brokers provide DMA at little or no additional cost.
steve73
23/5/2019
11:33
Thanks jonwig, interesting. Judging by my trades with various brokers, looks like Advfn's guesses were not correct for me anyway. Curious about the 250K one though, as I had no difficulty in buying the other day. Wondering it it was a seller who's been cleared out (& now reported) and the price might be free to rise a bit. Saying that, the underlying U companies didn't have a great day yesterday.
0x3f
23/5/2019
11:06
0x3f - the LSE doesn't stamp trades as 'buy' or 'sell', it's ADVFN's guess according to the mid-price. The GCL trades go through market-makers (are marked 'O'). So if you buy, the seller is the MM, etc. Larger companies trade on SETS where many trades are marked 'AT'. Here you are buying or selling to another investor who has 'direct market access'. He is therefore buying on the bid and selling on the offer. You can do that yourself if you've deep pockets and pay a fee.
jonwig
23/5/2019
10:58
Big 250K transaction on the Chart above. Marked as a sell, but so were my buys yesterday - not sure of the logic there, as there must be surely be seller for every buyer.
0x3f
22/5/2019
13:56
Sitting around/below par - I bought in again. Using money I had earmarked for Cameco. With the pound getting hammered and Miners looking like they want to move up, the price seems too low.
0x3f
20/5/2019
09:06
It's certainly a better ETF than URA however i personally believe the managed approach is better. GCL has in the past and will in the future take part in the placements. This will ultimately gear the portfolio going forward, an example being the URE placement that came with warrants. The sector will use the first rise in spot to recapitalise their books and GCL will have exposure to this whereas I personally won't . Some will point to the performance fee as prohibitive, however I believe GCL can outperform a fixed index by constantly managing positions rather than a buy and rebalance once a year approach. Later in the cycle I can understand the view of buying your own basket of stocks and missing the fees altogether but I think GCL will have better opportunities than I would personally at the bottom.
andyforster1
18/5/2019
16:56
Thanks Andy, very interesting. As an aside, are you considering the HURA etf?
briannewby
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