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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Yellow Cake Plc LSE:YCA London Ordinary Share JE00BF50RG45 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -12.00 -3.25% 357.00 355.50 356.50 393.00 354.00 377.50 4,376,526 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 0.0 21.7 24.7 14.5 548

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17/9/2021
00:27
There does seem to be an emerging pattern of weak Thursdays followed by very strong Fridays. SPUT up to 9.4m lbs bought under the ATM, with 1.45m bought today.
7kiwi
16/9/2021
23:14
Puts nav at 391-392 for starters Good luck trying to buy any in the first 20mins tomorrow while the big orders get filled Gla
return_of_the_apeman
16/9/2021
21:18
According to BPI, U3O8 closed at $51 today (+2).
7kiwi
16/9/2021
18:11
Rocketblast. Nothing ever goes up in a straight line, so we might expect pullbacks from time to time. Many of the posters on this thread have done proper research and understand the supply-demand dynamics of the Uranium market. There's a massive supply deficit for years ahead. Inventory from Japan and other places is rapidly being used up or bought up by Sprott. Even Cameco re-starting McArthur River and KAP bringing back its production to full strength won't be enough to close the gap. With existing mine depletion, the proposed mines from NXE, FCU and DML might not even be enough to close the deficit in the mid-2020's. In the meantime, the demand models from the WNA did not include the extent of the Japan restart of their plants, the continued operation of the Illinois plants, nor the upcoming SMR revolution. Hydrogen may well be a part of our energy future. But it needs electricity to be produced. Where's that power going to come from? The answer is nuclear so that excess nuclear power can be used for electrolysis when demand is low. I make YCA's NAV to be 384p at $50 spot and cable at 1.378. For NAV to be 275p, U price would have to fall back to $35.50. I don't think we'll see that price again for many years, maybe never (as long as we don't get a complete financial meltdown).
7kiwi
16/9/2021
18:01
Apparently $50 traded on spot market earlier today. A 9-year high. Maybe Sprott's buyer had the morning off.
7kiwi
16/9/2021
16:22
YCA looks over bought so expect pullback as profit takers move in. COP will still drive Hydrogen as Nuclear seen to be too dangerous. 275p a fair price as ramping slows down. Be careful not to get trapped as falls start…
rocketblast
16/9/2021
16:14
Yes indeed. Once the spot price is revealed over night.
thelongandtheshortandthetall
16/9/2021
16:09
Odds on a gap up tomorrow morning here? ;-)
return_of_the_apeman
16/9/2021
15:29
Spot still at $49 according to numerco, YCA at approx 4-5% discount to nav now for those with any money left down the back of the sofa
return_of_the_apeman
16/9/2021
14:07
bppdon, I agree it's not a given. It might not even be necessary. But there's 10m people on Wall St Bets and they are now taking an interest. It only needs 100,000 of them to decide to put $10,000 to use in the Uranium sector, and there's your billion $. The really good thing is despite the recent rise, spot prices are probably still below the level where it makes sense for Cameco to restart McArthur River. It's all very well the investment banks setting their target prices based on All-In-Sustaining Costs, but what about profit. If AISC for MR is say $40, then $80 is required to get a 50% gross margin. That margin has to fund SG&A, return on sunk costs, future exploration, development and dividends for shareholders. And even $80/lb won't generate a proper profit for the highest cost producers.
7kiwi
16/9/2021
13:37
Kiwi Yeah I agree. The unknown is.. how much U3O8 is sitting ready to be sold on the spot market. We'll find out over the next week or two as sput continues buying. Will inventory materialise or will each hold onto their stash - thus increasing the value of their holding.
thelongandtheshortandthetall
16/9/2021
13:30
Yeah, agree with that @7kiwi. It does feel like there is a relatively clear path to > $70 given the impact the existing ATM spend had and the current momentum across the sector. Sellers will stop selling to let the price drift up because they can see a willing buyer at any price. That said, most are assuming that the extra $1bn added to the ATM will get used up. That will require a lot of cash flowing into the fund at a premium. I'm positioned relatively big in this sector (including YCA) so I hope the ATM does get fully used and extended further..... but it's not a given.
bpdon
16/9/2021
13:19
P.S. They had $50m in cash as of last night. I don't think they will even be able to source 1m lbs at $50. They only bought 100,000lbs yesterday.
7kiwi
16/9/2021
13:17
lst, I think we need to look at what they can do with the nearly $1bn left of the existing ATM first. $1bn would equate to 20m lbs at $50/lb. I simply don't think there's 20m of inventory available, certainly not at $50. So I think we're already in a place where the U3O8 price could move quite explosively.
7kiwi
16/9/2021
10:46
If and it's a big if. If SPUT can make this much difference in a month or so with $300m then where will it go with another $3-4bn added to the fund once it gets going. Proper rampy post but I couldn't resist. Ooo exciting :)
thelongandtheshortandthetall
16/9/2021
10:34
GCL: yesterday's NAV.. today's is probably up around 8% :)
thelongandtheshortandthetall
16/9/2021
10:17
In contrast GCL reported a nav of 54.29 and are still up 8.64% today at around 60p
return_of_the_apeman
16/9/2021
10:08
Any dip below nav getting bought up Added 5k Gla (Edit added another 5k as well)
return_of_the_apeman
16/9/2021
09:41
Without a doubt, Sprott turning up, as they have, has awoken a sleeping industry. And I don not believe they have yet, fully excited their slumber. So long as SPUT trades above NAV they'll be creating new units and buying power.. at least that's my understanding. Very exciting :)
thelongandtheshortandthetall
16/9/2021
08:07
Oz cancelling 40bn Submarine contract with France to go with a UK/US nuclear powered option instead...
the white house
16/9/2021
07:12
Mr Market loves Yellow CakeĀ "But #YCA has the virtue of simplicity: direct exposure to the uranium price through a single holding company bearing no mining risk. The price of uranium oxide is up from $30 to $40 this year, its highest level since 2014"https://total-market-solutions.com/2021/09/yellow-cake-plc/
burtond1
16/9/2021
00:15
Blimey, SPUT only bought 100,000 lbs on the 15th, and the price rose to $49. They have $52m cash on hand now to buy more Uranium. I am beginning to feel we might be on the verge of a tipping point.
7kiwi
15/9/2021
23:04
And Sprott have only purchased 24.59% of their current 1.3Billion facility - another 75% left to go!
return_of_the_apeman
15/9/2021
21:59
Broker Price Index shows $50 on the ask tonight. Mid -$49/lb. Should break $50 tomorrow.
7kiwi
15/9/2021
21:50
URA blowing, this is going to moonshot
j4ckthehat
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