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YCA Yellow Cake Plc

670.00
31.50 (4.93%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  31.50 4.93% 670.00 662.50 664.50 671.50 644.50 645.00 2,081,874 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 0 -102.94M -0.4747 -13.98 1.44B
Yellow Cake Plc is listed in the Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker YCA. The last closing price for Yellow Cake was 638.50p. Over the last year, Yellow Cake shares have traded in a share price range of 352.20p to 749.50p.

Yellow Cake currently has 216,856,447 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Yellow Cake is £1.44 billion. Yellow Cake has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -13.98.

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18/10/2021
17:08
Buyers happy to keep the YCA premium high. Fair enough given the steady flow of bullish news over the last few days. Currently pricing in $50 U which isn't out of the question any day now considering the Sprott ATM is probably busy churning out more units today.

Looks like I might miss not get a chance to reload cheaper what I top sliced last week when the premium was a bit wild.

bpdon
18/10/2021
15:25
YCA going through the roof - up 13.75p or 3.73%. I own it and am very happy.

I am even happier given that my miners and producers as expected are even stronger - Denison mines up 10% - Energy Fuels up 7.9%, Uranium Energy Corporation up 7%, Cameco up 7.1%.

Fantastic and the rally in Uranium is just starting. The mass market of retailers who are the last one in are still to come. Obviously when it becomes mainstream and the last incremental buyer has appeared we will sell and take our 1000% profit and thank you very much - Bob is your uncle.
:)

idiotsinthedarkrizandlintard
18/10/2021
15:12
The Kazatomprom announcement is interesting in that the fund buying the uranium is deemed to be independent of KAP.

It's probably true that the fund, ANU and KAP have no directors or management in common, but in Kazakhstan the notion of independence is a pretty loose one and the purpose of ANU will be to ensure KAP's long-term profitability. (Not that we are complaining, mind.)

jonwig
18/10/2021
14:53
There she blows..
this tea tastes of chicken
18/10/2021
07:48
Kazatomprom Announces Investment in Physical Uranium Fund.
yupawiese2010
16/10/2021
07:19
FT:

UK ministers will put nuclear power at the heart of Britain’s strategy to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 in government documents expected as early as next week, alongside fresh details of its funding model.


Comes right after the French policy statement. Germany unlikely to move away from phase-out given opposition from Greens to nuclear.

jonwig
15/10/2021
09:18
Consolidation day today. Kazatomprom down 3% playing catch up with US/Canada/Aussie action last night.

Real activity to begin at 2:30 again. Uranium spot holding $46 at the moment.

smellypraikzibjslintard
14/10/2021
16:44
Hpcg,

Each to their own. If the U3O8 price does go parabolic, then past a certain point, the extra price might not be factored into the miners. That may make holding physical more attractive.

I think it's unlikely that the baseline term price in long term contracts goes much above, say $80. But who knows, there's still lots of cash sloshing around the system and even after the recent surge, the Uranium market is still small.

I have done quite a bit of research now. But my preferred vehicle for the producers/developers is GCL. There's a couple like LOT, DYL and FIND that it doesn't have. But it's easier for me to hold that as a basket alongside YCA.

Although GCL seems to be trading well above NAV at the moment.

7kiwi
14/10/2021
15:09
Great start again. Momentum is a powerful weapon and at the moment momentum remains strong. Obviously we will not move up in a straight line and indeed volatility and back testing the lower limits of the channel will be beneficial to the long term prospects.

$100 is achievable given Sprott and zero emission policies alongside China reactor policy and Japan bringing reactors back online and SMRs in UK, France etc and currently any short term weakness at the open is being bought into.

Lookd good for a killing in this asset group over the medium term.

idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
14/10/2021
15:04
All producers on the rise again on NYSE and TSE. Yellow Cake a solid 3.1% up as well. Brilliant.
smellypraikzibjslintard
14/10/2021
14:47
A brief scroll through ODX thread bears that out!
goodgrief
14/10/2021
14:42
Speaking from experience (2004 here) there's negative correlation between the length of a username and its value. This one (or two same person) might be an exception, but then why the posturing?
jonwig
14/10/2021
14:24
Actually much more profitable investing on the producers and the leveraged play that they provide. Thanks IdiotinthedarkRiz andLintard. I also own many of the miners/producers you mentioned - Up 25% most in the last few days and looks like a strong opening in the US given Kazatoprom performance.
smellypraikzibjslintard
14/10/2021
13:07
7Kiwi - Thanks for the research on Cameco, from when you posted it before. I closed that position and just concentrated on the physical. I don't really have the time to research each Uranium producer carefully enough, and it is much more reliable to just concentrate funds on the physical at this time.
hpcg
14/10/2021
11:37
Agreed, but if the market believes that the rise in Uranium is sustainable (which is questionable) if we get to mid 70s quickly then assuming most analysts would value the company on a DCF basis the new long term contracts will be priced at the existing spot price of say $75 and the perpetuity figure of the NPV models will rise dramatically.

All this is guess work obviously but one thing is certain. If Uranium spot prices continue to rise and this becomes mainstream on MSNBC and other networks we will see another huge influx of retail money in chasing returns and the resultant explosion 💥 in share prices signals the time to exit but by then the likes of yellow cake, Cameco etc will be another 70% higher. By the time retail investors en masse find out about this as a general rule it is the end of the run as the incremental buyer would have been exhausted.

By the way I am not Riz - Riz and Lintard are two idiots in the dark who were bankrupted in ODX and BPC. Since bankruptcy they troll other investors and try to disrupt their boards. I got tired of their stupidity so came in as a counterweight to these two idiots in the dark.

Kind Regards

The “SPECIALIST221;

idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
14/10/2021
09:16
Riz,

Theoretically you are right about the operational gearing of the producers. But beware Cameco in the short term. Their gearing is actually negative, because their sales commitments exceed their production capacity at the moment.



For every $5 increase in the Uranium price, earnings fall $4m and cashflow $13m. How on earth did the world's second largest producer get itself in the position where its earnings move inversely to the price of its core product?



Take a look at GCL. London listed with large holdings in the developers (and some explorers and the big producers) that arguably have greater gearing to the upside.

SPUT has about $650m left of their ATM facility. I strongly suspect that will be used well before 1H22. They've raised $135m just in the past couple of days. But if they use it all, they can simply extend it. It only took a few trading days last time.

7kiwi
14/10/2021
08:37
If that happens then producers will be up 2-3x.

Exciting times ahead but there will be volatility.

idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
14/10/2021
08:33
Remember Sprott recently increased authority to issue another $1bn - implying they have to buy $1bn of uranium oxide.

That will happen in H1 2022. If $330m odd moved the Price from 30-50 then the next move will see us nearer 80s. That might be only a technical move but by then yellow cake will be nearer 560p and possibly a good time for profit taking.

idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
14/10/2021
08:24
Ah. This is a good site. Thanks.
weaverbeever
14/10/2021
08:24
Making a killing on this. Also own Uranium Energy corp, Energy Fuels, Cameco and Denison mines.

Our time - the time of Uranium has arrived.

Forecast prices are for $100 by 2023. Given the leverage inherent in producers (ie fixed cost nature of the business) future price increases past 40 will all flow down the PAnd L.

We are just getting started.

Makes sense to own the producers on top of the physical asset.

Kazatomprom currently 3% up which bodes well for US/Canada opening at 2:30.

idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
14/10/2021
08:20
Best site to get uranium price is :
idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard
13/10/2021
22:05
Guys, to get regular spot price updates follow numerco on twitter:
swanvesta
13/10/2021
21:56
Oh, and I should have said, that deficit is before SPUT buying, and YCA and the juniors.

They are essentially bringing forward the supply crunch

7kiwi
13/10/2021
21:55
Can someone point me in the direction of a reliable site to keep an eye on the spot price please
weaverbeever
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