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@barracuda @ylr from the breeze https://www.tradingview.com/x/QKo8Libg/
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@ylr $CCO Next leg up, STO crossing, starting to break the down trend. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ca6fb3-Advanced_Chart_CCO_CA.png+ #ylr #uranium
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@ylr $CCO On the hourly chart, Very nice break of the green trend line, Let's see if we can take down the red resistance or the upper orange trend line #ylr #uranium http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ca77os-CCO.png+
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@ylr $CCO Was overbought on the hourly, STO SELL, MACD rollover. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ca8s6g-Advanced_Chart_CCO_CA.png+ #ylr #uranium
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@ylr $CCO I hope for some folks this trend line holds. This morning things cracked pretty fast. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ca8v3v-Advanced_Chart_CCO_CA.png+ #ylr #uranium
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@Goldfinger I published this article a few weeks ago (https://ceo.ca/@Goldfinger/the-uranium-rally-may-have-just-made-an-intermediate-term-top) before we saw a 10%+ correction in the $uranium sector and my baseline scenario since then is that $URA would settle into a volatile range for at least a couple months. The marginal new high made the last couple of days doesn't change that and today's large bearish engulfing candlestick signals it's time to head back down to the $16-$17 area, bulls want to see a higher low (above $16.15): http://cdn.ceo.ca/1ca9ftq-URA_2.15.2017.png+ $CCJ $CCO $GXU $NXE
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@ylr $CCO Not looking good for tomorrow on the 15m chart, we may see a death cross of the 10/200sma http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cabvlc-Advanced_Chart_CCO_CA.png+ #ylr #short
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@nicholaslepan FT Consensus Recommendation for $CCO Cameco: As of Feb 14, 2017, the consensus forecast amongst 14 polled investment analysts covering Cameco Corp advises that the company will outperform the market. This has been the consensus forecast since the sentiment of investment analysts improved on Oct 09, 2014. The previous consensus forecast advised investors to hold their position in Cameco Corp. 1 analysts has a buy rating, 6 outperform and 7 hold. The 13 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Cameco Corp have a median target of 15.95, with a high estimate of 21.00 and a low estimate of 13.50. The median estimate represents a 2.84% increase from the last price of 15.51. $CCO is currently trading down 12 cents to $15.39 on 1.565 million shares. #uranium
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@Rulingmining @nicholaslepan are you sure you have your target price for $CCO all in the same currency? How can you have a consensus outperform and only see a 2.84% price increase?
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@nicholaslepan $CCO that is the median estimate of the price gain, so with the majority of the analysts reporting in the hold section with 7 analysts, the median would heavily weighted to their conservative estimates
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@ylr $CCO What some people don't see we are in this massive down channel. On the hourly 10/200 sma death cross, 20 about to death cross. Not looking good here. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1caq1b9-CCO.png+ #ylr #short
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@Goldfinger "In the 40 year history of contracts between $uranium suppliers and utilities there have only been 2 disputes such as we are seeing with Tepco and Cameco $CCJ $CCO. Tepco was the only utility to be directly affected by Fukushima so this is a unique situation that I believe is limited to Tepco (we won't see more long term contract disputes between utilities and uranium producers)." $UEC $uranium
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@Goldfinger $URA 5 days down (~-12%) on relatively light volume given the size of correction, daily RSI(14) testing median line, key spot here: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1caruo7-URA_Daily_2.22.2017.png+ $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@Goldfinger $URA gap fill at $16.75, 6 days down with RSI testing median line from above: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1caudbe-URA_Daily_2.23.2017.png+ important spot here. $CCJ $CCO $NXE $UEC $uranium
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@ylr That $CCO finally cracked
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@Goldfinger $URA has had one of the most orderly declines i've ever seen in the last 7 trading sessions, tradable low should be close with confluence of rising 50-day moving average and previous support close by: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cb0i98-URA_2.24.png+ $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@Goldfinger $URA - Double-bottom to the penny ($16.15) after 7 days down - 'hammer' candlestick reversal with highest volume session in history of URA with an hour still left in the session: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cb143s-URA_2.24.2017.png+ #loadup $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@Goldfinger This was a quote from $UEC CEO Adnani yesterday ~~~> "There is definitely a correlation between the vibrancy of the $uranium equity sector and U3O8 spot price."..... we definitely saw that this week as uranium equities were down every day this week as U3O8 spot price also fell from above $26/lb to $22.56/lb. $CCJ $CCO $NXE
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@Marshhawk Iran to buy an additional 950 tons of Uranium ore from Kazatprom
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@Pete Eight nuclear reactors to start construction in China this year; http://www.ecns.cn/m/business/2017/02-23/246633.shtml $nxe $cco $dml $efr
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@Goldfinger There was a guy in a Cameco shirt walking around the lobby in a white hard hat, maybe someone here knows who he is....lol $CCJ $CCO
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@PamplonaTrader Cameco may cut uranium output further, as prices stay low - CEO https://twitter.com/numerco/status/836654609934520320 #uranium $CCO $CCJ $NXE
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@Wannabeinvestor After spending $1.1 trillion on renewables, German Energiewende has effectively failed: http://dailycaller.com/2017/02/28/germany-facing-mass-blackouts-because-the-wind-and-sun-wont-cooperate/ Coal now accounts for 44% of German electricity production and CO2 emissions have increased by 28m tons per year since the shift in policy six years ago. Germany intends to CLOSE DOWN 6000 MW of wind capacity by 2019. #uranium, #NXE, #CCO
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@Goldfinger $CCJ $CCO holds up very well today while $uranium sector gets pummeled to the tune of 3-5% across the board, $NXE down nearly 10% after disappointing RE2 update announcement. Flight to 'quality' - Cameco is relatively safe...read boring.
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@Goldfinger $URA - Bullish engulfing after lower Bollinger Band test and 11 of last 13 days down would be a constructive sign: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cbttan-URA_3.7.2017.png+ $16.15 becomes minor resistance. $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@barracuda $CCO US side options CCJ - 13.00 - Jun 16 2017 - Call went no bid 45 c ask this AM.
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@Goldfinger $URA backtesting rising 50-day moving average and previous support: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cc0889-URA_3.8.2017.png+ $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@Marshhawk DOE dumping 2100 TPA on market, about to end???
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@Marshhawk The US Department of Energy (DOE) has asked for public comment on the effects of potential transfers of its excess uranium inventory on the country's uranium mining, conversion and enrichment industries. The DOE's request was issued the day after the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) raised issues related to excess uranium transfers over the past decade including questions on the DOE's assessment of market impact studies; the valuation of depleted uranium tails; and the legality of some transfers. The DOE holds inventories of uranium in various forms that have been declared as excess and not needed for US national security missions. These include low-enriched uranium (LEU), highly-enriched uranium (HEU), depleted uranium - a by-product of the uranium enrichment process which is also known as tails - and natural uranium. In recent years the DOE has transferred some of this inventory in exchange for services: for the clean-up of the former Portsmouth gaseous diffusion uranium enrichment plant, and for the downblending of HEU to LEU. DOE currently transfers about 2100 tU per year for these two programs. In May 2015, then-US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz issued a determination that transfers of up to 2500 tU in 2015, and 2100 tU in subsequent years, would not have an adverse material impact on the domestic uranium mining, conversion, or enrichment industry. The DOE is now in the process of considering a new determination covering the potential continued transfer of uranium for clean-up services at Portsmouth. The department last July issued a Request for Information (RFI), soliciting information about uranium markets and the domestic conversion and enrichment industries, and the potential effects of DOE transfers on them. It also commissioned an independent analysis of the potential effects of various levels of uranium transfers from Energy Resources International (ERI), published in January. Since the close of the comment period on the RFI, the US Energy Secretary has determined the exchange of LEU for the downblending of HEU serves a national security purpose and therefore does not require a secretarial determination. The DOE yesterday issued, via the US Federal Register, a summary of the information including responses to the RFI, which it will use in the decision-making process for its next determination. It includes comments from the Uranium Producers of America (UPA) organisation and nuclear fuel cycle companies. Interested persons have until 10 April to submit comments, data and further information. DOE's base scenario sees transfers continuing at the current rate of 2100 tU per year until 2020 - at which point National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) "barters" for the downblending of HEU are assumed to end. The ERI looks at the impacts of this, and three other scenarios. It estimates that uranium spot market prices would be $3.5 per pound U3O8, or 8% lower, if inventory releases take place at the Base Scenario rate over the next 10 years. The UPA in April 2016 called on the DOE to cease transfers of excess uranium from federal inventory until the uranium market recovers from its current oversupplied state, saying the DOE's inventory sales had a negative impact on the uranium market and the domestic uranium industry. In its latest Annual Report, issued on 1 March, the organisation reiterated its call, saying: "The liquidation of DOE stockpiles … has imparted great harm to the industry." It said such "forced sales" had "contributed greatly to the downward spiral in prices for uranium worldwide over the past several years". GAO questions transfers The US GAO this week issued testimony raising issues found in nine of its publications - five reports, three testimonies, and a legal opinion - on the DOE's excess uranium transfers from July 2006 to September 2015. The GAO expressed concern about the steps taken by the DOE to assess the technical quality of market impact studies conducted in 2012 and 2013. It also queried DOE's failure to develop guidance on determining the value of depleted uranium tails, and questioned the legality of some transfers. Depleted uranium tails had previously been considered a "waste" and treated as having no economic value, the GAO noted. It said the DOE had disagreed with a May 2014 recommendation to develop guidance for "consistently determining the value of depleted uranium tails when transferring them as an asset", a position DOE had reiterated in 2016. "However, since that time, DOE has continued to receive commercial interest in its tails, underscoring that tails can be viewed as an asset," it said. "GAO continues to believe having guidance that provides a consistent and transparent method for determining the value of tails is necessary to ensure that DOE is reasonably compensated for its material." The GAO also said the DOE's uranium transfers had, in some cases, violated federal law as the DOE "likely did not have authority to transfer tails because of prohibitions imposed by the USEC Privatisation Act". GAO said legislation introduced in the 114th Congress would have authorised the DOE to transfer tails but had not been passed. The GAO is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for the US Congress and is responsible for investigating federal government expenditures. "Over nearly a decade, GAO has made numerous recommendations to improve DOE's transfers of excess uranium. DOE has neither agreed nor disagreed on some recommendations and has disagreed with others. GAO will continue to monitor the DOE's implementation of these recommendations," it said. Researched and written by World Nuclear News
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@Goldfinger $URA 'dead-cat bounce' at key spot, a weak market will fail at this level, will be interesting to see if it stops here or can rally back above $17: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cclf3k-URA_Daily_3.16.2017.png+ $CCJ $CCO $NXE $uranium
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@staffpro anyone have a clip of Jim Cramers mad money lightening round march 15th or march 16th he mentioned cameco on one of them i want entertainment lol $NXE
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@Goldfinger UxC Spot price: $25.50/lb U3O8, up $1.00/lb, or ↑4.1% (weekly, at 20-Mar-17).   UxC  5-Year $Uranium Price:  $33.75/lb U3O8, up $1.00/lb, or ↑3.1% $CCJ $CCO $GXU $NXE $URA
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@Goldfinger Remove candlesticks and moving averages and simply focus on price and trends: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cd12tb-CCJ_Daily_3.20.2017.png+ After nearly doubling during November-January rally $CCJ $CCO has consolidated within a narrowing trading range (ATR has dropped more than 50% from February peak), Bulls want sustained push over $11.25, Bears want breakdown below $10.80. $uranium
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@Excelsior @Enforcer36 - This is one of the better overviews of #NorthAmerican #Uranium #Producers that I’ve come across. $CCO $CCJ $DML $DNN $EFR $UUUU $UEC $URE $URG $URRE $PEN $PENMF. The only one not included in this article was $ARY $ANLDF Anfield Resources (as they are just going into production in 2017). I would also add that $UEC and $URRE are prior producers but not currently in production, so I have them categorized as #Development stage at this point. Note: This article doesn't cover the #Explorers (which have fared better than the producers due to the depressed prices in the #Uranium sector) _________________________________________________________________________ North American Uranium Producers December 20, 2016 – Brian @ Junior Stock Review http://www.juniorstockreview.com/2016/12/20/north-american-uranium-producers/
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wannabeinvestor Sure seems like uranium mining in Kazakhistan using ISR is very profitable even at current spot prices, at least on cash cost basis. Excerpt from the recent Uranium One annual report: 'According to Uranium One’s financial results for 2016, the total volume of natural uranium produced was to 4,919t . The cost of sales of uranium oxide fell from $12/lb to $9/lb compared with 2015. This was mainly due to lower production costs in the mining joint ventures in Kazakhstan – down from $9.7/lb to $6.4/lb. Total revenue was $570m in 2016, of which $325m was from foreign operations – 34% up on 2015. Operating profit for the year was $180m.' http://www.neimagazine.com/news/newsrussias-uranium-one-may-reduce-production-in-kazakhstan-5771513?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter #uranium $NXE $CCO
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@Marshhawk follow on to the bloomberg article
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@Marshhawk sounds like japanese have 3 reactors online now, lifting injunction will allow 2 more online in one month; and perhaps allow other utilities to start to gear up
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