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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -5.26% 36.00 937,954 13:21:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
35.50 36.50 38.00 35.25 38.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.12 -0.46 -0.48 37
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:57:05 O 5,000 36.35 GBX

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Geiger Counter Daily Update: Geiger Counter Limited is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GCL. The last closing price for Geiger Counter was 38p.
Geiger Counter Limited has a 4 week average price of 35.25p and a 12 week average price of 35.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 76p while the 1 year low share price is currently 31.10p.
There are currently 102,746,227 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 324,788 shares. The market capitalisation of Geiger Counter Limited is £36,988,641.72.
7kiwi: URNM/URNP is a pure play Uranium ETF. URA has other companies in it for some reason. Even GCL has some none Uranium assets. It has a transparent methodology and includes some weighting for all Uranium companies with a mkt cap greater than (I think) $50m. Since end of 2020, GCL has outperformed (adjusting for the exchange rate), but gave up a lot of that outperformance at the end of April, when it went to a discount to NAV. Gained some of it back now it's gone back to a premium. I suspect the easy availability of URNM/URNP to UK investors will result in lower GCL premiums to NAV. But today's issue of 1.4m shares at a decent premium puts a hole in that theory.
dogberry202000: Jesse Livermore's cylinder chart pattern suggests it is possible that several companies in uranium sector could go up around 4X over the next few months, which means GCL may comfortably take out the old highs of more than a decade ago and hit £1.60-1.70 and maybe more with next years' subscription adding an extra booster to the share price.
steve73: kiwi... they may be selling below NAV value, but it's still higher than the subs price shareholders would have paid.... so better for the co. IIRC from the GPM subs a year or 2 ago was that the "rump" was only marginally more than the exercise price, even though the share price was a few p higher, so I'd guess they sold these off at c. 38-39, and the buyers are now making a small, but quick, profit Unfortunately the unused cash had not been returned to my trading account as yet, so I had to sell something else to take advantage of this "sale".. ...and to think that we could have sold at 73/74 recently... to buy back around 70% more without spending ANYTHING extra.. That's the lesson for next year..!!
7kiwi: Miners weak again today. Might be a bit of a down day tomorrow as the NAV catches down to their share prices. GCL share price already at quite a premium to NAV and there will be people with new rights sitting at quite a profit. However, still very confident on the medium term outlook. The macro news keeps getting stronger.
steve73: I'm just thinking aloud here..... Since the market knows what's happening, then the share price should be reflecting the post-subs situation.. (uncertainty around any cut-back notwithstanding...) Since the terms of the subs are that you must be holding the shares at the conversion date, then there is unlikely to be any sell-off beforehand.. (except perhaps by people who -incorrectly- think that now they have the subs they can sell the qualifying shares) It may be that some larger holders are shorting now to ensure they retain their subs, whilst hoping the share price does drop a little post new-shares.... but if this were the case then the share price is not reflecting that..! It's certainly an interesting situation, in that the subs are totally tied to the qualifying shares up to the final date, unlike the previous subs issue where they were traded separately beforehand, and carried their own price in the market. bwtfdik... DYOR obviously.. although I'd be interested in hearing others' views.
7kiwi: It's interesting to look at the long term chart. Last time U3O8 was around $70 back in 2011, the share price here peaked around 140p. It's probably true to say the miners were overvalued at those levels, but nevertheless shows the potential for substantial appreciation in the share price as the U3O8 price keeps ticking up. U3O8 up another $0.25 today even though SPUT didn't buy anything.
papillon: 6 month Heikin-Ashi candlestick chart. It doesn't look good in the short term. The charts of the uranium stocks in the header don't inspire confidence in the short term. Will the RSI drop below 30 like it did in July? And will the share price drop back towards the 200 day EMA? I wouldn't bet against it. It's impossible to successfully predict share prices, but it wouldn't surprise me to see the share price drop back to 50p and possibly below it. bwtfdik? free stock charts from
bpdon: Yes @kiwi, new high for this bull run. Last time the GCL share price was this high was in 2012. Back then the discount was more in-line with the commodity IT sector (10-15%). Something changed with GCL in 2017/2018 when it ground up to a premium and it has pretty much persisted ever since.
papillon: Well the GCL share price is testing the support offered by the 200 day SMA. Will it hold? If it doesn't the next support level is at around 25p.
steve73: Here's my take on this.. If the share price (or NAV) continues to increase y-o-y then the potential additional shares at every anniversary will create a drag, since the NAV will be diluted by the potential additional shares (see my worked example). If the SP/NAV is falling (or flat) there will be no incentive to buy the additional shares, and so the NAV will remain "undiluted". If the managers want to raise additional capital to invest (which I agree is be a good thing at the start of a bull market in Uranium) then they do so by a direct issue or Open Offer especially whilst the share price is at a premium to NAV, providing such offer is not at too much of a discount (as they have been doing occasionally this week), although it should be recognised that such issues will tend to dampen any rise in the share price The worked example they present in the RNS is a little misleading IMO (since it's based on a huge price uplift). Follows a worked example looking forward.. So the NAV now is 38.77... Let's assume the reference price (NAV at end of April) is 40p. If NAV increases to say 80p by this time next year, then it would be likely that all additional shares would be taken, i.e. 20% more priced at just 40p. Therefore the potential NAV should be based on dilution by the additional shares. i.e. (80x1+40x0.2)/1.2=73.3, and the share price would be expected to reflect this. Clearly it would be much better to get some additional cash now (by an equity issue or OO), upfront of any rise, so they can take advantage of any rise in the underlying equity, than to receive the extra funds after the underlying equity has risen in price. JMHO...
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