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
  0.00 0.0% 40.40 39.80 41.00 40.40 40.40 40.40 97,610 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.3 -0.3 - 39

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Everytime you appear dogberry with your upbeat ramping claptrap, the shareprice gets well and truly trashed.I suggest you dont post anymore pal.
my retirement fund
An interesting fact has come out of the conference on uranium over the last day or so. It takes 2m pounds of treated uranium to fuel a reactor and get it started. Another half million pounds is needed to keep it running. Time is running out for the utilities to contract for new supplies at a time when demand is likely to outstrip supply. Many contracts are expected to run out by 2020 but the supplies need to be secured well before that. This, at a time of increasing numbers of reactors, means interesting times ahead.
The Chinese have a major nuclear reactor building programme and they will also be the first to build the new type of reactors, the AP1000. The world is waiting to see how these new reactors will pan out. Other countries like India are ready to build their own reactors once they see that this new reactor is a success.
Trump's decision on Paris deal won't help the Nuclear sector in the short term... This could over-react on opening and be a good buying opportunity....if you believe the long term rest of the world potential.
Signs of life among the Canadians tonight
2 more nuclear reactors in Japan clear regulator's safety review hxxps:// Dyor etc. Etc.
MRF & MF - beware, you might miss this opportunity! I held off from 30p down to 20p, and took a bite yesterday. Can double up if it should fall to 15p area, and even take a big chunk thereafter if it falls to 10p area. But I'd rather be in to some degree at these prices than completely out. It seems to me the pessimism cause by the fall from 30p must be just about played out by now. We could see 30-40p in short order (50-100% profit).
Looking tempting at this level. Would be good to get clarity on whether board is going to issue subscription shares and terms of them.
mad foetus
Holding off buying but may be tempted again on a bad day.
my retirement fund
So far this week the positive momentum is continuing. On Monday, Kansai Electric Power Co. actually restarted electricity generation and transmission at the No. 4 reactor at its Takahama nuclear power plant in Fukui Prefecture. The No. 4 reactor was brought back online last Wednesday but now it has resumed its power generation and transmission for the first time in five years and 10 months. Even though this news hit last week, given the recent challenges plaguing the restart of nuclear reactors in the country, it was imperative to see the reactor actually up and running, and now we have that development.
Global UraniumLast week saw the restart of Kansai Electrics' Takahama unit 4 reactor for the first time in fifteen months, following the lifting of a court injunction. Takahama unit 3 will restart operations in July, which would bring to five the number of reactors in operation in Japan.An additional 21 reactors are being assessed for restart by the regulator.The Indian government has announced plans for Indian companies to build ten new reactors in the country as a means of boosting not only nuclear capacity but the Indian economy. The country already has plans to build reactors aided by Russia and Western companies.The Chinese and Turkish leaders have met and agreed to accelerate plans for the Chinese to build Turkey's third reactor. China has also met with Saudi Arabia to discuss construction of the first nuclear reactor in that country.
Graddhy, the chartist who posts on Goldtent posted a couple of interesting charts on Cameco and Denison Mines that shows how uranium has moved during the 15 year commodity/currency cycle. He has a link to several other charts on his post. hxxps://
Several uranium stocks had a better than usual afternoon on the US exchanges on Friday. Chartwise, it now or never for the uraniums. This has been a particularly vicious correction but its length and depth is similar to corrections in the earlier bull that began in 2003. What a great bargain was offered on Friday in GCL! I added a few and like other trades it was marked as a "sell". In a bull it doesn't really matter whether you bought at Friday's price or at 33p a few months ago. You'll be bailed out and see a good profit on the next move - and nothing moves like uranium stocks when they are on a run. What will cause the next run? Japanese reactors going back on line seems the likeliest reason. Another one was cleared to start up again the other day. There are other reasons that I expect are probably already known by most of the regulars here: (a) DOE Uranium Reduction Should Help Boost Market hxxp:// (b) the third quarter is seasonally a stronger period for uranium (c) the Westinghouse issue may be resolved soon (d) Kazahkstan are going to trade uranium in Switzerland from September onwards. They are taking a far more proactive approach to the market in uranium, having cut their own production earlier in the year. (e) News of more reactors being built in Asia supports the idea that nuclear power is here to stay. To say nothing of the inbuilt supply shortage that will grow over the next few years there are good reasons to hold here. GCL is my largest position in the uraniums and even if it has good rises, I intend holding a strong core position here for the medium and longterm. A cursory look at the last bull markets in uranium shows that strong core positions bought early on will result in outstanding profits.
I read a very good quote today. It is one I will try to observe in future:"Never try to correct fools, they will hate you for it. Only correct wise men, who will then appreciate you"
my retirement fund
I was only trying to make friends! Thats all. I was just trying to help save people money and make a few friends!
my retirement fund
Decent entry and exit but unfortunately you've alienated everyone here so it falls on deaf ears plus you've shown your hand by stating you trade market maker stocks electronically.
Manage to sell half my holding here. Nice 15% profit for so short a time but taking a turn as dont wanna be left unable to sell with no online orders available on the offer. This has always been such an illiquid fund.
my retirement fund
Looks like the days of a large nav discount are gone.
my retirement fund
Please don't feed the troll !
MRF's insightful posts DO have a value. His forecasts are quite good contra indicators; buy on his gloom, sell when he claims to have bought.
I'm in profit so I dont think so. If this turns back down I'll be out at no loss.Watch and weep !
my retirement fund
Recent volume has been low. GCL is in a downtrend, but trends don't last forever. RSI has started to pick up, however volume was very low today. Two log charts: free stock charts from free stock charts from
hmmm - 7 Severn arrows. I think someone either still lives or has teleported themselves back to the school playground.lolLOL !
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