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@ExcelsiorAh Yes, I had $UWE U308 Corp on the watch-list but that line got copied over when I was fixing the spreadsheet. Sorry about that but yes, U3O8 Corp. was 4th highest gainer today:
UWE.TO up (+28.57% ) $0.0450 21,278,617 volume 582,695 avg volume
@PamplonaTraderAlso Argentina recently announced nat gas subsidies at $7.50/MBBtu... should encourage lots of investment.
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Fiat$UWE @ .045 has a very interesting presentation updated to Jan 17 on their website...they have just about everything... Uranium , Lithium , Silica ,PMs . base metals etc etc.seemingly in large quantities .very impressive management ( to me )..must be the most undervalued stock of all time to take advantage of South America re-interest in foreign miners and rebound in commodities
@PamplonaTrader@fiat Most of the assets are garbage in my view but $UWE could benefit from bullish sentiment in their primary commodities. Maybe I don't understand silica sands well enough, but given how $UWE has insulated exposure via large royalty in addition to equity in a private company... and given how Argentina recently fixed NatGas prices at $7.50/MMBtu... $UWE warrants a closer look.
@MiningBookGuy@bullmarketmove - thanks for sharing your new article!
I especially appreciated Richard being honest about mistakes, particularly around company structure/ #sharestructure / #dilution, and balancing the interests of institutional/retail investors, which I don't think gets discussed enough by companies in general.
In addition, this new "Existing shareholder prospectus exemption" sounds very exciting. It sounds like $UWE is ahead of the curve on this, and I'm very interested to see how this pans out.
I also appreciate the general thoughts on #uranium, and I am personally liking the market more, as I see more people thinking this 'pullback' could last longer, very different from the hype that built up at the beginning of 2017. This is the type of stuff that gets me more interested in the market now, rather than ~4 months ago :) #mbgtrends