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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% 18.70 18.40 19.00 18.90 18.70 18.70 118,280 15:07:24
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02/5/2018
08:21
All fair points Kenmitch. I'm bullish long term, but have no expectation for quick gains here. I agree, it could be dead money for ages. Personally, i'm ok with that, as part of a portfolio
bmcb5
02/5/2018
08:16
I've lost count of the number of times in recent years that hopes have been high for another good run for uranium and uranium shares. Each time it failed to happen. The best guide for when it will is not bullish posters on this bb but the monthly fact sheet from the one Investment Trust in the sector, Geiger Counter. Here's their latest one issued at the end of March. https://ncim.co.uk/wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/04-Geiger-GLC-April-2018-Factsheet.pdf When they turn bullish then so will I. The last time they were really bullish was just ahead of a great run up for the share price from similar levels to now to around 130p. And the Geiger Counter subscription shares that some of us had great fun with, rose from under 1p to over 50p just ahead of expiry date. IF the recovery in uranium price (uranium price is the key thing that matters most) comes in time, then again the sub shares will prove a great way to play it. But why would anyone want to be heavily in to uranium shares right now? Yes downside looks very limited but it could also be dead money for ages.
kenmitch
02/5/2018
08:14
MRF - yes, they cut production. They were forced sellers into a market at below production cost. Now, they are sitting on that resource while the rest of the market continues to sell low. That supports the longer term valuation for Cameco. And the production cut brings the market into a better supply/demand balance, which should support U price. Demand will increase as Japanese units start back up, and there are myriad construction projects in various stages across the middle and far east. Of course, none of this means the U price HAS to rise. It's not a very liquid or transparent market. But I'm comfortable that it surely can't fall much below current price. As pointed out above, there are some good links posted by @Quakes99 on twitter, if you wanted more background.
bmcb5
02/5/2018
08:03
I sense that the stars are beginning to align for the bull run. But I'm not getting excited, yet. I try very hard to avoid thoughts such as 'once in a lifetime' etc, but for me, the risk/reward is compelling. Downside maybe 30% in extreme case (and only if forced to liquidate short term), but more likely the downside is maybe 10-20%? Upside, well, who knows? I'm starting to think my 60%+ weighting is not enough :-) But I am also heavily in cash at the moment. That means i can be patient with the investment. Steve - UR does look a bit strange. I guess it gapped down at open, but i haven't looked at intraday charts
bmcb5
02/5/2018
07:58
Why would Ur!nium be in the up?Alsi didn't camco actually cut production ?
my retirement fund
02/5/2018
07:33
gf... of course.. my mistake.. so it makes it even more surprising that we've been knocked back so much recently. But it looks a little better so far today. btw - UR's chart in the header looks strange.. How can it show a white candle below the previous day's white candle...?
steve73
02/5/2018
07:27
People are starting to pick up on the story. Still very, very early days. We’re going to see stellar gains on uranium shares. So many positives for the uranium shares going on.
greedfear
02/5/2018
07:24
If pound is weakening against $ then that’s good for GCL’s share price. Uranium shares are share price incredibly low priced that it would be an offence not to be long.
greedfear
02/5/2018
02:31
A weakening GBP is not helping here since all the investments in GCL are in various $$. greedfear - brave man... And I thought I was being brave with around 75% in various oils....
steve73
01/5/2018
17:26
Cameco now up almost 7%
quepassa
01/5/2018
16:41
Bmcb5- A great decision if you’d ask me. I’m top heavy in U (probably 75% of my portfolio) but I consider this to be a once in a lifetime situation. One that could give 10x, 100x or 1,000+ x returns. Not kidding, it has happened before. So,top slicing is not in my dictionary yet. Anyway, BOL, we’ve got the tickets for the best party ever!
greedfear
01/5/2018
14:59
I couldn't resist topping up today. Average buy price is now <20p. My portfolio is now looking a bit U308-heavy, especially after moving some other investments into cash. If this starts to move, i'm going to have to top-slice, just to maintain some portfolio balance. That would be a nice problem to have
bmcb5
01/5/2018
14:52
It is interesting to note that Cameco has been performing very strongly recently. Up 4% today. And since mid February, Cameco has risen by a whopping 30%, from under C$11 to more than C$14. That is great news and augurs very well indeed for the sector and for the prospects of uranium. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
30/4/2018
08:00
When uranium is going to take off it will do so with incredible force and intensity. The whole uranium sector is a springed coil. I would strongly recommend people to follow John Quakes at twitter (quakes99) to get a good sense of what is happening on the uranium market. Once getting it, it’s impossible not to take a long position in this market. All IMHO.
greedfear
27/4/2018
06:34
What's the price monitoring extension all about please ?
ronconomics
26/4/2018
15:34
Http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NP-SMRs-crucial-to-decarbonising-UK-economy-2501185.html
odvod
17/4/2018
14:01
Maybe someone can explain how the managers could state that the newly issued shares @18p were issued at a premium while NAV was 18.22p according to the last RNS? That's not a premium but a discount. :(
greedfear
17/4/2018
09:46
......because more shares mean more money for New City Investment Managers.
brugen
17/4/2018
09:29
Hm. Although the new shares have been issued at a premium to NAV I don't like it. Why not let people pay up the offer price (as I have to)?
greedfear
17/4/2018
07:24
Added. Nav should be >18p now. Uranium shares started to really move yesterday. Russian threats to cut off US from uranium supply. This just might have been the spark that was needed to get the fire started.
greedfear
08/4/2018
09:52
Just to be (more) clear. Not 55% of my portfolio is invested in just GCL. I'm holding something like 12 different uranium shares. Mostly the URA ETF (something like 20% of my portfolio). GCL (new) are more like 4%. I'm going to swap some URA ETF into individual shares though as I don't like them changing their investment strategy. I will only add GCL in future if the share price is closer to the NAV.
greedfear
08/4/2018
08:50
And I thought 10% is sticking my neck out!
tonsil
08/4/2018
08:22
55% of the portfolio is a big bet too much for me I am afraid puts my 2% to shame best of luck with your investment hope it goes well.
wskill
07/4/2018
13:40
Cameco - the bellwether- shooting up in last ten days. GLA. Fortune favours the brave. All imo. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/4/2018
13:17
Well that's it. Fully packed (55% of portfolio) and having a window seat on the uranium rocket. Counting down....
greedfear
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