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
  0.05 0.29% 17.50 50,347 09:00:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 18.00 17.50 17.45 17.45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.11 -0.24 -0.29 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:54 O 10,000 17.50 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 17.45p.
Geiger Counter Limited has a 4 week average price of 15.90p and a 12 week average price of 15.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 20.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.60p.
There are currently 90,601,611 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 140,412 shares. The market capitalisation of Geiger Counter Limited is £15,855,281.93.
quepassa: Barring any miracles, seems a 99.99% dead certainty that the GCS subscription shares will expire worthless next month. But I still believe that there is good upside to U3O8 - and hopefully GCL will issue a new raft of sub shares in the ntdf. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
tonsil: Dennison up over 10% Cameco up 3% Energy Fuels up 4% but no reaction for GCL. YET!
tonsil: Why uranium has rallied, defying a drop in the energy sectorBy Myra P. SaefongPublished: May 15, 2020 11:50 am ETCOVID-19 safety measures reduce global uranium suppliesAs uranium production declines, demand remains "relatively inelastic," says William Freebairn from S&P Global Platts.As uranium production declines, demand remains "relatively inelastic," says William Freebairn from S&P Global Platts.Uranium has outperformed major commodities this year, even as the energy sector has suffered from a drop in petroleum demand tied to the coronavirus pandemic.The crisis was a "black swan event" that pushed supply-demand fundamentals into a "structural shortfall," says Scott Melbye, executive vice president at Uranium Energy Corp. UEC+0.97% "Substantial global uranium mine disruptions" due to Covid-19 health and safety precautions provided a "tipping point" for a market that went through years of rebalancing in the wake of depressed prices.Going into 2020, global nuclear utilities were expected to require roughly 182 million pounds of uranium concentrate to run reactors for the year, while expected global mine production was seen at 142 million pounds, he says. The pandemic has affected 50% of global uranium mine supply, or over six million pounds a month, so even a three-month loss would push production down to just over 120 million pounds this year, he says.The expected supply shortfall led to a price rally. Weekly spot uranium prices stood at $33.40 a pound as of May 11, up nearly 40% from this year's low of $24.10 in mid-March, according to data from nuclear research and analysis provider UxC. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, uranium futures settled at $33.45 a pound on May 14, nearly 34% higher year to date. By comparison, U.S. benchmark crude-oil futures prices CLM20+7.8% have lost about 55% so far in 2020.As production declines, uranium demand remains "relatively inelastic," says William Freebairn, senior managing editor at S&P Global Platts. "The end-users are nuclear plants, which typically operate at full power whenever they can, regardless of demand or price of electricity." Uranium must also be "secured up to two years before it is needed in a reactor," so a steady supply is needed even during tough economic times.With uncertainty over when these mines, including Cameco's CCJ+0.51% Cigar Lake, the world's highest grade uranium mine, might return, "producers have become buyers, and prices have surged," Freebairn says.All of this comes nine years after massive tsunamis created by the strongest-ever recorded earthquake in Japan flooded the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, leading to the one of the worst nuclear disasters in history and expectations of nuclear power's demise. Globally, nuclear output has recovered to pre-Fukushima levels, with contributions from China, Russia, and South Korea, says Bruno Brunetti, head of global power planning at S&P Global Platts Analytics.In the U.S., the Nuclear Fuel Working Group released a report in April detailing policies to revitalize the U.S. nuclear energy industry, including the establishment of a uranium reserve. President Donald Trump's fiscal year 2021 budget had included $150 million for the Energy Department to purchase uranium from domestic suppliers, says Jonathan Hinze, president of UxC.'As long as producers continue to purchase uranium to cover supply shortfall, the price will remain on an upward trajectory.'Jonathan Hinze, UXC, LLCHinze says the reserve wouldn't have much, if any, impact on uranium prices because the U.S. isn't producing much. Government data show domestic uranium concentrate output in the first quarter was down 86% from a year earlier. The U.S. also won't be drawing from global commercial uranium supplies, he says.Still, supplies overall are getting tighter, with inventories drawn down more rapidly because of the production suspensions, and utility demand remaining mostly steady, he says. Spot uranium prices have already seen a "rapid increase," so it is possible the market won't see the same quick rise in the coming months. But "as long as producers continue to purchase uranium to cover supply shortfall, the price will remain on an upward trajectory."
bigtbigt: For me, GCS shares are way over-priced ATM For a long shot 'investment' I'd want to have a chance at getting a 10x return. So if bought them at say 2p I'd want 20p back. 20p on top of 28.5 is nearly 50p. And I really can't see GCL hitting that in 7 months. Of course, anything north of 30.5p would be a profit, but marginal - against the far higher risk of loosing my whole investment If GCL was sitting at 20-25p I'd consider paying 2p for GCS and targeting only a 2-4 fold return (i.e., far greater probability of hitting target of low-mid 30's in 7 months) Meantime, in the black with GCL, so not enjoying the ride
quepassa: The underlying GCL shares would need to more than double over the short period of just seven months for the GCS sub shares to have any intrinsic value. That looks like an extremely tall order to me. This has all been extensively discussed in November last year amongst many posters who ALL would have seen those posts. Please refer to post 1197 and other surrounding comments to see posts and who was contributing at that time. On the other hand, the main GCL shares look well set to continue gaining as uranium shares track markedly upwards. Let's put it this way. If GCL goes up 100% by November:- 1. You will double your money on GCL shares 2. You will lose 100% of any investment on the GCS sub shares. The only real value in the GCS sub shares is if:- 1.You genuinely believe GCL will go up significantly more than 100% by November. 2 Or, you are trying to talk up the sub shares with a view to selling out quickly on a pump'n'dump basis. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
corbeta: I got some last week for under 10p because of the rise in the futures price. However, there appears to be a disconnect between the price of uranium and the share prices of producers - can anyone say why? hTTps://;SMA(63)&;sym=UXM20&grid=1&height=500&;studyheight=200
jonwig: re post #975 - it would be more meaningful to overlay the GCL share price with the spot U price (USD/lb at start of year): 2015 - 36 2016 - 34 2017 - 22 2018 - 24 2019 - 29 Source; Https:// So I'm not sure what point you're making unless it's that uranium investments haven't been great.
kenmitch: strategic tout You're right. Anyone exercising, and in so doing paying far more for the share than they would pay if just buying in the market, has zero understanding of warrants and subscription shares! They probably saw the exercise opportunity reminder and just assumed it was a good thing to do. btw.. for any who don't know. Subscription shares and warrants are exactly the same! BUT if called a warrant they cannot go in to ISAs but if called a subscription share they can. Crazy. There are very few warrants and subscription shares left unfortunately. In recent years the few remaining ones (including Gresham House warrants, Ground Rents Income warrants and Fidelity Asian Subscrition shares) have been available at bargain prices with no extra to pay for time value and sometimes they have traded for months at a discount. So bearing that in mind Geiger Counter sub shares look overvalued and anyone looking to buy can wait until Geiger Counter NAV and share price start moving up. (But will that ever happen or in time for the sub shares to rocket?). There have been so many false dawns. The previous Geiger Counter sub shares expired just ahead of the Japan earthquake and tsunami and went up 60 fold in a few months and were my biggest ever warrant winner.. Still time for the current subs to go up a lot, but very unlikely to match the last ones which could be bought for under 1p before rocketing and often doubling day after day. btw.. though they are overvalued, I do hold some Geiger Counter subs, mainly my free ones and a small top up. I also hold very good value Fidelity Asia Investment trust subscription shares which expire in November next year. These will rocket IF NAV and share price rise further. e.g current share price is 415p. Exercise price is 393p. So FAS are currently worth 22p and current buy price is 22p. If the share can rise 10% by next November to around 435p then FAS will be worth 42p and almost double the current 22p buy price. And I hold Ground Rents Income warrants. These last until August 2022. Again there is nothing extra to pay. Exercise price is £1 and current share price £1.10 and the warrant buy price is 10p. So target a 10% share price increase any time between now and August 2022 and GRIW will double. And if share can go up 20% GRIW will triple.
greedfear: Frankly,I prefer them issuing new shares at prices higher than NAV. This inflow of new money will be used to increase their uranium portfolio. The share price of uranium stocks will benefit from increased demand (thus increasing the NAV of GCL shares, thus increasing GCL share price). As far as I’m concerned GCL issues new shares as much as possible as soon as possible (as long as issue price>NAV).
tightfist: Based on today's Offer prices, subscribing in November 2020 and a cost-of-capital of 5%pa, it looks to me as though GCS offers a better RoI return if the GCL share price then exceeds 41.6p. At 55p the RoI would double with GCS.On the other hand, if the GCL share price is then less than 28.5p, GCS would become a 100% investment loss...Bearing some scar tissue from earlier write-offs with warrants, I am sticking with GCL for the time being.
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