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YCA Yellow Cake Plc

-8.00 (-1.17%)
Last Updated: 11:03:35
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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
  -8.00 -1.17% 677.00 674.00 676.50 680.00 672.00 680.00 120,091 11:03:35
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 0 -102.94M -0.4747 -14.23 1.46B
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 685p. Over the last year, Yellow Cake shares have traded in a share price range of 388.00p to 749.50p.

Yellow Cake currently has 216,856,447 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Yellow Cake is £1.46 billion. Yellow Cake has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -14.23.

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So what was ramping? It is all factual - demand and supply is exactly as I have said - there is an imbalance.

Holding the physical asset via yellow cake is good and is part of a balanced portfolio for Uranium but the miners will outperform the physical asset given the leverage. Obviously the converse is true if the price falls.

Seems like being here for four days is sufficient to be far superior to a muppet like you who has been around the block.

You are idiot retails investors (fact) hence my name for you. You are lucky this story is not in mainstream because when it becomes mainstream and the other idiots in the dark 'Retail" investors rush in the resulting spike in price is the time for exit as the last incremental investor has appeared. You are on the right side of this trade by pure luck rather than any foresight or knowledge.

Now please go back to counting your beans. Thanks

@idiot - this isn't reddit/stocks, you know. Posters on this thread are experienced and know the uranium story. We don't need our enthusiasm ramping up like teenage memeies.

Post factual, helpful information and treat us like adults. You and your fellow ramper might then be appreciated.

Incidentally, this thread was started in July 2018 - we've been round the block. You've been an ADVFN member for under four days. Your style doesn't impress.

YCA up 86% last year and I am very happy with it.

However my miners are up 300-600%. Best names are:

1) Uranium Energy Corporation
2) Energy Fuels
3) Denison Mines
4) Uranium Royalty Corporation
5) Paladin Energy

This is not even mainstream yet. A HUGE killing to be made here.

Given the current supply/demand imbalance - demand exceeds current supply by up to 40million pounds and it will take at least 2 years to bring idle mines on line (only if Uranium prices remain above the $45 mark) Uranium spot prices are likely to rise and by the end of 2022 should be around $100 mark (good selling point).

By that time the news should have become mainstream and the miners will be up another 3x at least. Good luck all - this is just the beginning.

Thank you for the replie, much appreciated.
this tea tastes of chicken
Thanks @bpdon. I should, and will look a bit closer

Edit: And I can purchase this, so definitely on my watch list

Hi @bmcb5. Regarding Mega, it has a market cap of circa $128M and its equity holdings in NexGen alone are worth considerably more than that ($149M) at the current share price Add in about $30M worth of equities in Toro Energy, Consolidated U, and UROY, and the discount is around 30% before you even consider the 2 properties they own.

Probably an over simplified perspective, but I own it hoping that the discount closes as and when the sector really hots up.

@TTTOC, as above. My major holdings are GCL & YCA, but i also have some DML & UEX in Canada. DML look to be a potential M&A prospect to me. Also a big fan of NXE in Canada, and a few worth a look in Australia (BMN, BOE, DYL, PDN). Mega Uranium seems to have a lot of fans, but i haven't looked at it closely
@tttoc the safe miner play is to spread your risk via the main ETFs (if you have access to them). Global X (URA) and North Shore (URNM) have one. Alternatively Geiger Counter (GCL) is an LSE listed investment trust that has a basket of U related holdings.

I only hold YCA, GCL and Mega Uranium in that order of size. I added Mega because its basically a holding vehicle with exposure to a number of different U companies and assets some of which GCL doesn't hold.

If you are looking for serious torque then you need to go fishing in the developer and explorer space. John Quakes on Twitter shares his portfolio which might give you some ideas to research:

Holding here as an investor in physical w/0 the mining risk but for leverage who do you think are worth a half size punt in (miners) please?
this tea tastes of chicken
New YCA investor pres out:

Interesting that Shell Asset Management has made it on to the list of major shareholders.


9.9m lbs according to their last MD&A.


But they need at least some of it yo make their contractual commitments.

Apparently Cameco have 3.5 million pounds in inventory. Anyone confirm that?
It isn't just Sprott who are active in stockpiling Uranium (1,150lbs purchased yesterday ) but also Uranium Royalty Corporation have entered into agreement to purchase 400k lbs of Uranium.
$100 is now a medium target for Uranium. Also below a great site for spot.
Uranium up 2.7% to .$47.15.
Paladin up 8% in Australia.
Let’s see where Kazatomprom opens later but another great day for yellow cake and other Uranium Producers on the way.

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.

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.

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.)

There she blows..
this tea tastes of chicken
Kazatomprom Announces Investment in Physical Uranium Fund.

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.

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.


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.

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.

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