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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
  -0.50 -1.27% 38.90 38.00 39.80 39.40 38.90 39.40 141,534 15:17:39
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.3 -0.3 - 37

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14/3/2018
15:11
Currently I like the uranium stocks with large vanadium deposits (vanadium is hot and/or heating up). AURA (LSE quoted) being a company with large, very large, deposits (not only V, but other battery related stuff too). AURA is quoted on the ASX too (LSE is doing a discount to ASX of 10% currently). AURA had a sudden run up of 40% or so yesterday. I like Plateau Uranium too (quoted in Canada). Also large V. deposits. Surely there are more, just remembered those to because off adding them to my portfolio last week. I apologize if people think I'm ramping those shares. I'm not, I don't care less if people don't buy them. Just trying to inform. Frankly, I feel it's difficult to pick a wrong uranium share. All are at almost rock bottom prices. I believe it will be like having made "only" 4x your investment in 3 years time or 10,20, 100 (?) times the original investment. Makin "only" 4x would be good enough for me. :) BTW: I'm trying to pick up GCL subscription shares if possible. Everyday I request a quote but almost never get one.
greedfear
13/3/2018
06:58
Interesting conclusion greedfear. Seeking optionality I also found it difficult to discern between companies. Lots of compelling stories but it's a complicated picture. Wasn't sure if the US strategic resource argument would play. Risk of picking the wrong stocks. So GCL seemed the way to go and kept the subscription shares for the longer term. Topping up below 5.5p should build nicely. Price should raise all boats to some extent. I'd like to see which juniors are in their tail and why.
ronconomics
13/3/2018
01:26
I've been with I-dealing for over 15 years, and no complaints. Maybe not the cheapest (5GBP/qtr per account & dealing fees of around 10GBP, although you can save 20% if pre-bought if you're a frequent trader). Customer service is excellent, and I've only rarely been unable to trade what I've wanted when I've wanted. Definitely worth a look.
steve73
12/3/2018
19:14
codydotcom - IG currently. Who were excellent. But recently they've instigated extortionate charges. So again looking to change
bigtbigt
10/3/2018
09:33
Cody-makes sense. Because of doing research I find myself buying different uranium stocks for different reasons. In the end holding the same shares as GCL and Global Uranium ETF? :) Concluding that I could have saved myself a lot of time just buying those two from the start. Anyway, GL!
greedfear
09/3/2018
16:43
Cheers BigT I've probably used them more in the past 12 months than the previous 10 years. They've been ok, but I'm open to alternatives. Who do you use now?
codydotcom
09/3/2018
16:37
Selftrade sucks buddy I was with them for some period, but their offering and customer support really are not good They also disrespected lots of clients when they had their own internal governance problems, insisting on resupply of information, re-registration, etc. Then when people wanted to leave they made it difficult and held funds for many, many months Plus as you say - the range of stocks/markets they offer is far from comprehensive
bigtbigt
09/3/2018
16:23
No. Tbh, I don't really have the time to research in enough detail (and don't have enough sector knowledge) to be confident I was choosing the best bets. Also not sure I can get international stocks on my Selftrade platform? Never tried. I'd rather spread my options with this. I did trade Kalahari Minerals and Extract Resources about 10 years ago, and did very well from them, so the sector has been kind to me.
codydotcom
09/3/2018
16:15
Do you hold any other uranium stocks cody?
greedfear
09/3/2018
15:33
Added a few more on weakness
codydotcom
09/3/2018
14:44
Anyone that has done his homework knows there are a lot of more reasons why uranium should rebound. It's unbelievable it hasn't and once again most uranium stocks are heading south again. It's just because spot doesn't really improve while it should. It's not a real market, it's manipulated but everybody is looking at it as if it has real meaning. A positive I see is that uranium long PI's on BB's are questioning if the "promised" revival will ever come as talks of that has been going on for years. One can not disregard the fact that everything seems to point to a massive upwards move. The current situation is not sustainable. Would like to hear more news about the Kazatomprom IPO this (?) year. They're really going to need a better spot price to make it a succesfull IPO. Is their Swiss trade subsidiary active on the (spot) market? One would expect them to, influencing the spot price in a positive way. It's all pretty incredible that spot price remains so weak. I keep adding and adding uranium plays as the more I read about the situation the more I get the feeling it can (and should) end any day now. Anyway, BOL all fellow uranium longs!
greedfear
09/3/2018
01:27
htTp://www.world-nuclear-news.org/V-Five-reasons-nuclear-energy-will-rebound-in-2018-07031801.html worth making it "clickable" I think...
steve73
26/2/2018
17:16
I know what you mean. I've been adding and adding to all my uranium plays. Uranium is going to take off. No doubt. It could be next week, next month, tomorrow, but it will happen soon. Better be in than out. GL (not that you're going to need that)!
greedfear
26/2/2018
13:13
I love a nice quiet board. Topped up again this morning. I'm now holding a nice round 50k of these, plus subs, and am happy to sit back and watch as events unfold. Good luck to all
codydotcom
14/2/2018
09:05
Seems like a good day for stocks followed by a fall in the fund ?
ronconomics
04/2/2018
21:16
https://www.britishbulls.com/SignalPage.aspx?lang=en&Ticker=GCL.L Buy.
blueball
31/1/2018
08:46
Re GCS v GCL speaking to the suggestion above of overvaluation. As predicted the time value of the geared instrument is already doing a great job of reducing volatility, essential for leveraged investments. This works best when you know the story is going to be positive but just don't know when. The npv of the fund today is of only minor interest. If I'd maintained a margined position based on the Ord I'd have been forced out by now as its hard to withstand short term weakness. Share buyers without leverage looking out 3 years need have less concern.
ronconomics
31/1/2018
07:26
Think-tank highlights potential of Small Modular Reactors to meet energy needs Small nuclear-powered modular reactors could be “crucial”; in decarbonising the energy system, according to the latest report from the Policy Exchange think tank. The paper said that solar and wind alone could not be used to meet the increased demand from electric vehicles and increased electrification of the heat and transport sectors
ronconomics
27/1/2018
09:13
Still expecting further weakness in GCL which still at a premium to NAV. Massive out performance by the Subs which remain very overvalued, presumably due to very limited liquidity. Continue to follow this very interesting sector notwithstanding the many false dawns....
jaf111
26/1/2018
19:55
Sitting tight on GCS for the long term. Able to dip buy if needs be. Nice to not have to worry about daily moves in the Ord. Researching individual stocks for the freedom portfolio sometime in H1 2018. It's a truly fascinating sector. I've got my list today of the universe of options and those available in uk through ig and hl (watch the forex costs!). Some producers flexible enough to ramp up production when price allows and some locations ripe for large scale takeover. Need some 10x minnows too. It's good but patchy coverage in uk. Enjoying the project. My geography of Canada in particular is improving albeit from a very low base. Anyone got a full list of GC holdings or favorite management teams?
ronconomics
24/1/2018
23:11
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-01-24/perfect-crisis-investment-2018
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