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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  15.50 4.22% 383.00 1,967,868 16:35:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
383.00 384.00 385.50 365.00 365.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 21.70 24.67 15.5 588
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:09:20 O 392 383.019 GBX

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Yellow Cake Daily Update: Yellow Cake Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker YCA. The last closing price for Yellow Cake was 367.50p.
Yellow Cake Plc has a 4 week average price of 318.50p and a 12 week average price of 245.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 393p while the 1 year low share price is currently 183.80p.
There are currently 153,584,345 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,789,030 shares. The market capitalisation of Yellow Cake Plc is £588,228,041.35.
7kiwi: 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.
idiotsinthe darkrizandlintard: 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;
capo1211: personally I took profits today. Share price seems to have run away from spot, hope to get back in later.
weaverbeever: I found this on money week. Its based on when the share price was 3.60. But it's decent information (apologies if this has already been shared) The safest way to play uranium right now is through betting on the spot price of the metal itself – it's less racy, but your risk is lower. London-listed Yellowcake Plc (LSE: YCA) has been set up with this purpose in mind. It is, basically, a uranium holding company – you buy the shares and hope that the value of its uranium stockpiles increases.It is currently trading at £3.60 which gives it a market cap around $550m. It has 13,855,601 pounds of uranium. At $45/lb that's $624m, plus another $90m in cash and assets, so $714m. At a $1.36 exchange rate that gives us a net asset value (NAV) of around £455m. So it's trading at a premium.There are times when it trades at a discount, so personally, I'd wait. But the downside of Yellowcake is considerably less that of a miner, so maybe, if you don't own any, it's worth a nibble.You want to own some uranium in your portfolio; nuclear's potential is enormous. But I've seen what happens with uranium stocks – fortune favours the patient.
7kiwi: Discount closed a bit, but the share price has fallen along with the U price.
7kiwi: Picked up a few more on this dip. Rude not to at such a wide discount. The miners dipped in Oz overnight, but GCL share price holding up quite well. Uranium spot stable and YCA goes down quite a lot. Go figure. Taken the opportunity to balance more to YCA than GCL.
7kiwi: rota, You might be right for a quick trade. SPUT is trading at a massive premium because Sprott haven't been able to issue new units for a couple of days as they get the extended ATM approved. I think they can start issuing new units from today. So the premium should narrow considerably. We don't know yet whether the premium will narrow by a falling share price or rising U price. I suspect we will see a slight dip in the price for a couple of days. But we don't know anything for certain.
return_of_the_apeman: Still the best value to be found here YCA around 3% premium to NAV (@348p) YCA discount to Sprott around %25 Anyone think of a reason not to do a pairs trade, short Sprott, long YCA apart from a little currency risk? Sprott's new $1billion atm is available from Thursday apparently
7kiwi: I have read that the WSB advice is to first load up on Cameco call options, then go all in on SPUT to drive the U price and hence Cameco higher. Other producers and explorers should follow. I do wonder if Nexgen is raising money - it's share price hasn't really moved with the others these past few days.
leading: I have seen these comments about removal of a premium for UPC and YCA and whilst they come from a respected if excitable source (Bambrough, I think) they do puzzle me a bit. Firstly, I think that YCA should trade at a premium to UPC because of the KAZ purchase option. YCA agrees the purchase terms before raising the money. UPC has to raise the money, then see what it can purchase from sellers who know it is coming and will be pricing accordingly. I also do not see why the change to UPC's status will necessarily imply the removal of a premium or discount to NAV. I don't see why the price should not continue to reflect the overall animal spirits of the Uranium market. Perhaps the magnitude of the fluctuations above or below NAV may decrease somewhat if the mechanics of raising capital for UPC are eased, but I don't see why any premium should be eliminated? Maybe I do not understand what an ATM is properly? AFAICS it is a mechanism to issue shares on the market without requiring prior shareholder approval. YCA already has this (within limits) by virtue of a standing resolution renewed annually at the AGM. Also, YCA has just raised something like $140m without any noticeable difficulty or delay, so I am not sure what more it needs to do as regards its structure and access to capital. It seems to me that UPC has an inferior structure to YCA and it is now trying to catch up. Having done so, it will still be inferior as it doesn't have the KAZ purchase option. However, it will have the weight of the US market behind it, so it will inevitably become the big player in this space.
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