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@Excelsior Here are some of the #Uranium upside movers on the OTC & US markets so far today: Uranium OTC Stocks 12/09/2016 Symbol % Chg SKYHARBOUR RESOURCES LIMITED $SYHBF 17.07% PUREPOINT URANIUM GROUP INC $PUMGF 12.26% PALADIN ENERGY LTD $PALAF 11.51% [ $PDN is up 23.08% on Canadian Exchange] UR-ENERGY INC $URG 9.59% [ $URE is up 9.38% on the Canadian Exchange] ANFIELD RESOURCES INC $ANLDF 7.64% BAYSWATER URANIUM CORPORATION $BYSWF 6.67% URANIUM ENERGY CORPORATION $UEC 6.25% GOVIEX URANIUM INCORPORATED $GVXXF 5.91% DENISON MINES CORPORATION $DNN 5.67% [ $DML is up 6.25% on the Canadian Exchange] ENERGY FUELS INC $UUUU 5.14% [ $EFR is up 4.78% on Canadian exchange] CENTRUS ENERGY CORP $LEU 4.80% FISSION URANIUM CORPORATION $FCUUF 4.26% NEXGEN ENERGY LTD $NXGEF 4.19% [ $NXE is up 4.09 % on the Canadian exchange] URANIUM RESOURCES INCORPORATED $URRE 3.46% GLOBAL X URANIUM ETF $URA 3.39% URANIUM PARTICIPATION CORPORATION $URPTF 3.33% UEX CORPORATION $UEXCF 2.69% CANALASKA URANIUM LTD $CVVUF 2.02% MEGA URANIUM LTD $MGAFF 1.96% AZARGA URANIUM CORP $PWURF 1.76% CAMECO CORPORATION $CCJ 1.48% [ $CCO is up 0.94% on the Canadian exchange] FORSYS METALS CORPORATION $FOSYF 0.44%
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@PamplonaTrader @barracuda Anglo Pacific $APY $APF.L also owns a royalty on the eastern portion of Rook I where Cannon, Bow and Harpoon are located. They also bought some uranium royalties from Laramide $LAM covering $URRE's uranium projects in NM. Probably the only other notable diversified royalty company outside of $ALS. #royalties
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@PamplonaTrader @sk, looks like your steaming pile of $URRE is going back down to $1/sh
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@Excelsior @Goldfinger - there may be a billion pounds of #Uranium in the #AthabascaBasin, $CCJ $DNN $NXE $FCU $UEX $CVV $AL but not all of it will be as "economically viable" as some believe due to the depth, water issues, permitting timelines, environmental push-back. Some of that Athabasca Uranium is actually underwater making accessing the ore more challenging, or directing miners to underground where they lose much of those ounces. This is one of the key advantages $NXE has over many of it's neighbors for example. Higher grade is awesome, but it isn't always the most economical. There are plenty of commodities where lower grade resources end up being more economical due to power, roads, water, jurisdiction, taxes, permitting, distance to mill, etc... The other thing about much of the exploration being done in the Athabasca is that much of it is years away from all the permits and development needed to bring it to market. Many of the existing producers or development stage companies in the #US ( $UUUU $URG $UEC $URRE $PENMF $WSTRF) and #Australia ( $EGRAF $BKLRF $TOEYF $BNNLF $BOE.AX ) are positioned to capitalize on prices as they rise in 2017-2020. The US is the #1 nuclear country and imports 90% of its fuel. (just imagine if the US imported 90% of it's Oil) The US producers that supply this need will have a big advantage for negotiations in this next cycle, as will the African deposits that may supply the reactors being built in #Africa, the #MiddleEast, and #Europe . #Index
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@nasdaq Uranium Resources Signs Binding Amendment for Sale of Assets @nasdaq/uranium-resources-signs-binding-amendment-for-sale $URRE $URI-AX
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@PamplonaTrader Uranium Resources files for resale of up to 5.2 mln shares Oops. Hopefully you didnt get caught in this steaming pile of $URRE @sk
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@Leni Here is a link to some notes I took during my research of the North American uranium producers. For those that are interested in putting some money into the uranium sector, but haven't found the right company for their own personal criteria, you may find a company within this list. $EFR $CCO $DML $URRE $PEN $URE $UEC $ARY http://www.juniorstockreview.com/2016/12/20/north-american-uranium-producers/
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@Pon Thank you @Leni
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@Excelsior @Leni - Thanks - That is one of the best reviews of key #Uranium #producers in N. America. that I've read in a long while. Absolutely a "must read" for investors interested in the Uranium sector. $EFR $CCO $DML $URRE $PEN $URE $UEC $ARY I liked all the additional article links and all the embedded tables. Fantastic job! #mbgtrends #BestOfCEO #Index http://www.juniorstockreview.com/2016/12/20/north-american-uranium-producers/
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@PamplonaTrader small cap U stocks ripping on the Donald tweet $URRE $UEC #uranium
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@sk Hey @PamplonaTrader according to you $URRE is not uranium company....why is it ripping???? lol
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@PamplonaTrader @Sk $URRE a uranium company in name, only. No one except you is dumb enough to fall for that one.
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@PamplonaTrader @sk no one with any real money would touch that steaming pile of $URRE. Only naive traders.
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@Xriva @PamplonaTrader You said $URRE is a #Uranium company in name only. That's how I feel about $UEC. What is your opinion of $UEC?
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@Excelsior ?? Both $URRE and $UEC are #Uranium development stage companies. I must be missing something here. $URRE is a prior producing US based Uranium company, with a number of advanced deposits, and they just purchased an Insitu Uranium project in Turkey (Anatolia Energy). Yes, they just took an odd turn with the announcement of #Lithium exploration, but still they've been in the Uranium space for decades. As for $UEC, Adnani is a great promoter of their optionality story, and it is a very liquid stock followed by many. They had limited production, but then shelved the production in favor of #development and permitting their "hub & spoke" deposits that encircle the processing center. They are often touted as optionality plays because they are preserving their reserves, but the truth is they don't have long term off-take agreements in the mid $50's like $CCJ $UUUU and $URG so that is why neither $URRE or $UEC is producing yet, but I don't doubt that when spot prices recover that that they will go back into #production at one point. When the longer term Uranium contracts get negotiated with Utility and Power companies in 2017-2020, and the spot prices adjust up, then we'll see some of these additional deposits come on-line.
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@Excelsior @Xriva - Thanks. Yes $UUUU and $NXE are safe bets (if one can even use that kind of language with #Uranium stocks), and $UEC and $URRE are interesting optionality plays on higher Uranium prices where they are not just explorers, but have significant #Infastructure #Processing and #Development in place with advanced staged #permitting achieved. I actually own all 4 just in case 2017 is the year the new bull market gets underway in the sector :-)
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@PamplonaTrader @Excelsior please enlighten me as to $URRE's mineral inventory. What is their total NI 43-101 compliant inventory? I don't want to hear about their historic resource in New Mexico, which is subject to an onerous, sliding-scale *GROSS* revenue royalty of up to 25%. Even if the resource were NI 43-101 compliant, good luck getting site access from the Navajo who have a particularly nasty disposition towards uranium mining thanks to the myriad of legacy issues from past operators.
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@PamplonaTrader In Texas, $URRE was exposed by ex-wellfield operator and whistleblower Roland Burrow for flushing high volumes of water into the minefield which polluted ground water. Kingsville Dome is depleted and Rosita was shut down due to technical difficulties along with high cost of operations of over $30/lbs.
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@Excelsior @PamplonaTrader - I'll do my best to answer your $URRE question, but to start with they just sold their New Mexico assets to Laramide, so those aren't the value driver other than the revenue they just generated in the sale: Uranium Resources Signs Binding Amendment for Sale of Assets Dec 14, 2016 "Consistent with the Letter of Intent announced on December 5, 2016, the amended Agreement maintains the original transaction value of $12.5 million but with certain modified terms and conditions, including a reduction in the amount of cash and the amount of the promissory note to be issued at closing in exchange for Laramide common stock, a retained royalty on the Churchrock property and the addition of an option for URI to purchase Laramide’s La Jara Mesa uranium development project in Cibola County, New Mexico." http://www.uraniumresources.com/investors/news-releases/2016/12/14/uranium-resources-signs-binding-amendment-for-sale-of-assets "URI's uranium assets are led by the long-life, low-holding-cost Temrezli in-situ recovery (ISR) uranium project in Central Turkey, which will be advanced when uranium prices permit economic development of this project. URI controls an extensive land position with numerous exploration targets, including the potential satellite Sefaatli Project, in Turkey." Pre-Feasibilitycompleted February 2015: Averagea nnual production of 800,000 pounds of Uranium over 12years Average cash operating costs of US $16.89/lbU3O8 Free cash flow of over US $345M over life of mine Lowest quartile costs CATEGORY TOTAL RESOURCE 5,206 Tonnes 1,157 ppm (grade) 13.3 Mlbs In Texas, the Company has two licensed and currently idled processing facilities and several promising projects in the South Texas Uranium Province. URI controls one of the largest uranium mineralization bases in the U.S.A. Incorporated n 1977, URI has produced over eight million pounds of uranium from its Texas projects. - URI’s Texas landholdings total 11,000 acres (4,400 hectares) - Acquired historic resources data of 1.3M pounds U3O8 and logs from over 2,000 drill holes in Butler Ranch data set Here is their Corporate Presentation for more info: http://www.uraniumresources.com/docs/default-source/Presentations/uranium-resources-corporate-update---12-6-16-final.pdf?sfvrsn=2 Here is a bit about their overall Uranium Asset base http://www.uraniumresources.com/projects/uranium My only point was that they aren't just a Uranium company by name only. That much is obvious. Cheers mate!
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@PamplonaTrader So that leaves Temrezli in Turkey with roughly 10Mlbs of recoverable uranium. First question, how much in annual uranium production in Turkey? The answer is zero. No facilities, no capacity, no production. The fact that Turkey is subject to IAEA safeguards and additional protocols wont make it easier for any would-be operator to put Temrezli into production... nevermind marketing and selling the U3O8. Is it any wonder why $URRE seems to have pivoted to #lithium?
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@Excelsior I asked what I was missing when it was brought up that $URRE was not a Uranium company (only by name) and that $UEC might not be a Uranium company either. That's a bit of stretch..... Like I said I own it for the optionality factor. My primary #Uranium positions are in $UUUU $NXE $DNN and $URG . I have "Optionality" positions in $UEC $URRE $UEX and $AL . I also swing trade $PDN from time to time. I'm not married to any of them other than $UUUU $NXE and $DNN
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@Excelsior I'm pretty comfortable with the track record of $DNN and the fact that Lukas Lundin did his due diligence. It seems you have a bee in your bonnet tonight about any Uranium company that is not $NXE and I'd rather be diversified. I've been successfully swing trading the rips and dips on #Uranium stocks since 2010 and use technical analysis to trade on the charts. So far $DNN and $URRE haven't gone out of business yet. I'll admit that they are closer to that end today than they were in 2010 though :-) Again, to each their own....
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@FundamentalAnalysis @PamplonaTrader I can only refer to a post I made a while back. In Short if you were a billionaire, Would you actually pay the current market cap to get $nxe as a deposit. I mean $NXE is priced as if the uranium industry is going to be back in full swing. If that is the case, I'd rather own a producer, with a lot of defined resources in the ground for a fraction of the cost and have some hope of getting my money back. That's my two cents on this uranium situation. But heck what do I know the market like $nxe just like it liked $URRE
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@Excelsior $URRE Uranium Resources *In Place Reserves in South #Texas (as of 12/31/2015) Property - ShortTons - Grade (% U3O8) - In-PlacePounds - Recovery Method Kingsville Dome - 35,000 - 0.07 - 50,000 - ISR Rosita - 384,000 - 0.08 - 624,000 - ISR Total - 419,000 - 0.08 - 674,000 *Temrezli Project, #Turkey Property - Short Tons (millions) - Grade(% U3O8) - Recovery Method Measured & Indicated - 4.6 - 0.13 - ISR Inferred - 1.1 - 0.09 - ISR * #US Projects Cebolleta3 Inferred - 5.6 - 0.17 - Conventional JuanTafoya3 Inferred - 4.2 - 0.15 - Conventional/ISR Butler Ranch2 (Historical) - 0.4 - 0.15 - ISR Ambrosia Lake (Historical) - 0.7 - 0.17 - Conventional/ISR Nose Rock (Historical) - 7.5 - 0.15 - Conventional West Largo (Historical) - 2.8 - 0.30 - Conventional
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@PamplonaTrader Hey @Excelsior. 1. Texas - As I've noted previously, Kingsville Dome is depleted. The 50,000 lbs of in-situ material is not worth the cost of re-activating operations. URI also experienced technical challenges at Rosita and shut-in operations in 2008, when spot U was trading in the $50-$60/lbs range. URI's website says they intent to move high-value equipment to Temrezli so the shut down is permanent, not temporary. 2. Turkey - The mineral inventory at Temrezli is roughly 13Mlbs with just under 10Mlbs recoverable. There isn't much upside either as exploration has been ongoing in Turkey since 1956 and less than 20Mlbs of uranium has ever been defined. Turkey has also never produced a pound of uranium and while the URI crew has some experience with ISL, they have zero experience operating a uranium mine, conventional or ISL, in Turkey. Turkey has also been trying since 1970 to commission its first Nuclear plant at Akkuyu. After numerous delays, the energy minister tentatively expects commissioning in 2022. The Russians are owners and operators and will also provide the fuel, meaning there is no domestic market for Temrezli. Further complicating matters is the tricky geopolitics of the MENA region and Turkey's proximity to basketcases in Syria, Iraq, Libya and Kurdistan. Turkey is subject to IAEA Comprehensive Safeguards and to additional protocols ensuring a full audit of uranium and nuclear-energy related activities. 3. New Mexico - The remaining NM properties are on private lands and aren't subject to the headaches and onerous royalties encumbering the properties that were just sold to Laramide. IIRC, the sold projects had a total historic resource of around 100Mlbs whereas the remaining NM projects have a historic resource just over 50Mlbs. These were acquired in 2012 when URI took over Neutron Energy, a private company. The Neutron situation was driven a lot by the debt (bridge loan) that they carried. I recall asking Tedd Wilton why the "per-pound" acquisition price was so low and he told me that the Neutron shareholders were faced with getting $0.00 per share as RMB was in the process of foreclosing on the debt, so the thinking at the time was that anything was better than nothing. Even still, it will be a long, long time before anyone in NM realizes any value from their uranium projects - (Encore Energy, URI, Laramide to name a few). The opposition from the Navajo is fierce and any would-be developers would have to pony up money to reclaim the mess left behind by previous operators. If I were to guess, the boys at URI are going to continue searching for new assets/opportunities to fold into $URRE. Whether in Uranium, Lithium or whatever the flavor of the month might be. Azarga and their Kuriskova uranium deposit comes to mind... probably one of the better undeveloped U projects in Europe... though also subject to fierce local opposition. #uranium
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@Excelsior Thanks @PamplonaTrader - I do appreciate the additional details on Texas, Turkey and New Mexico as it relates to $URRE. With 2 different processing centers in Texas, I'm surprised they'd abandon the 624,000 lbs at Rosita, but could understand writing off the 50,000 lbs at Kingsville Dome is a bit too small to do much with. My understand was Kingsville Dome would just supplement the Rosita restart, and i wondered if they can expand those resources at one point with more exploration. My thoughts were that they may purchase more deposits to bring into to their TX processing centers when the pricing environment improves. If they're moving most of the equipment to Turkey on a permanent basis then that appears to be where their primary focus is shifting due to the lower cost ISR operations. $16-$17 / lb costs are reasonable enough, but I do agree that operating in Turkey (who doesn't have a prior history of Uranium production) could present some road blocks and challenges they've not experienced in the past. As for the remaining 50M lbs in New Mexico, that they acquired from Neutron, isn't there any scenario where they are able to put those assets into conjunction with the Navajo's approval, and make the case in environmental permitting that by operating in the area that it would allow them to clean up the sins of the past mining in the region? It is quite possible that with these lower Uranium prices that they are grasping at straws in all 3 locations (TX, Turkey, NM), and maybe that is why they entertaining the idea of Lithium in the first place. - Why did they purchase Anatolia Energy in Turkey, if it isn't going to work out? - Why do they keep the 624k lbs at Rosita in TX if they don't plan on restarting those operations at one point? What will they 2 with their 2 processing plants in TX? Do those have any value to sell, or couldn't they acquire more assets in TX to make them work? - Why do they have such a large mineral resource in NM that they keep on the books if there is no hope for those projects ever being put back into production? Are all those resources hopeless? After about 40 years in the Uranium business, I was giving their company some credit for understanding the different points in the cycle, and how to best navigate the waters. However, you've raised some valid concerns and I do appreciate the discussion evaluating the Strengths / Weaknesses / Opportunities / Threats to their business model. My position in $URRE is much smaller than it used to be, because when they announced the expansion in Lithium and there was a pop on the news, I did trim the position down by half into that strength. It sounds like they are experiencing a bit of an identity crisis at this point, and there are companies that do have a more clear path forward in the sector.
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@Excelsior @Onlyflaws - Absolutely, I like acquiring companies while they are on sale (ha!) I picked up some $LTBR today with profits from cashing in many of my chips on $URRE Uranium Resources.
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@Excelsior @Onlyflaws most of the #Uranium stocks have been on a tear the last few weeks, so I'm just sticking with my positions in $NXE $UUUU $URG $DNN $UEC $UEX $URRE $LEU and now $LTBR. I am considering $ARY $PLU $WUC $AL $SYH and maybe $BMN.AX or $TOE.AX. Some have commented that $KIV is undervalued and has a good deposit.
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@Excelsior Looks like I cashed in some of those chips on $URRE a day early. :-) I felt the spike up an additional 25% yesterday was getting heated up, but today it's up another 30%. Impressive. I sold the remaining portion of my position this morning and will let the chips fall where they may....
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@Hejmdal @Excelsior - I agree with @PamplonaTrader's post that there is a concern regarding this stock. I do not understand why it is moving so aggressively compared to the rest of the bunch? Is it really realistic for it to reach its past highs of 1300?
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@PamplonaTrader @hejmdal $URRE with their tiny float offers traders some torque for what they believe is a play on Uranium. The only ppl I know who buy URRE are traders who really do not understand the assets or the commodity. Nothing against @Excelsior or his methods.
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@FundamentalAnalysis @PamplonaTrader Agree with that. Absolutely ridiculous.
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@Excelsior @Hejmdal @PamplonaTrader and @FundamentalAnalysis - I agree with your comments and sold my position on this strength yesterday and today for those very reasons. I appreciated @PamplonaTrader's discussion with me, and the more I thought things over, it seemed more prudent to reallocate those funds into other Uranium stocks on this spike. $LTBR is where I put it yesterday and it its up nicely today as well, but has much more solid fundamental drivers to truck much higher in it's partnership with Areva on their nuclear fuel iniatives. Cheers mates!
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@FundamentalAnalysis @Excelsior If you can understand the psychology of other traders, its ok to play that game, but always safer to have companies which are backed by something of value. Howvever I have messed around with Brazil resources in the past and did well (700% gains), and still hold a small position for that promotional speculative hype factor.
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@Excelsior @FundamentalAnalysis - Well, as mentioned further up in this room, I've followed and traded $URRE since 2010, and was interested in seeing them put some of their US assets back into production using their 2 processing centers in TX, but the spot pricing has been down for so long that this didn't play out. They sold their NM assets to Laramide, which seemed to make sense to monetize those, but it reduced down their asset base. Uranium Resources made a surprising move last year and bought Anatolia Energy in Turkey, with is an insitu project, and that seemed interesting so I took on more of a position to see where that would go (despite the fact that there isn't a history of Uranium production in Turkey). My reasoning was that they may be able to supply the Middle East, Europe, and Africa from that strategic location. When they announced they were going into Lithium though, that really caught me off guard, and wasn't why I invested in them. I've been waiting for an opportunity to lighten the load and took it yesterday. When the stock spiked so much today, I just sold the rest, but may consider positioning in them again down the road when they clarify their focus a bit more. For now there are other Uranium projects that are easier for me to get my head around and I'm very comfortable with my other stocks in this sector. Good luck to everyone in the Uranium space, but just remember to trim a bit of the winnings if things get a bit frothier in the near term. :-)
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@Excelsior @EpsteinResearch - In addition to the companies you named there is also $URRE that bought Anatolia Energy in Turkey last year which is an #ISR project: http://www.uraniumresources.com/projects/uranium $ARY $ANLDF Anfield Resources has an interesting #ISR project ANFIELD ACQUIRES WYOMING URANIUM PROJECTS AND SECURES CAPACITY AT OPERATING ISR PROCESSING PLANT 15 Sep 2016 http://anfieldresources.com/anfield-acquires-wyoming-uranium-projects-and-secures-capacity-at-operating-isr-processing-plant/ $BOE.AX Boss Resources acquired the Honeymoon project from Uranium One and it is amenable to #Insitu Mining as well. http://bossresources.com.au/honeymoon-uranium-project/
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@EpsteinResearch @Excelsior, yes of course, $URRE, and then Anfield $ARY, I know those companies and forgot both. Not familiar with $BOE.ax, I will check that one out. Anyone have a recent update on the Lance project? #ISR #uranium
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@Excelsior Another fantastic day in the #Uranium Miners - URA (ETF) & the #Producers are on the top row, the #Developers are in the middle row, and the #Explorers are on the bottom row. #URA $CCJ $UUUU $URG $DNN $URRE $UEC $ARY $NXE $FCU $AL $UEX ( a few are looking a bit frothy ) ( $CCO $EFR $URE $DML $NXGEF $FCUUF $ANLDF $UEXCF) http://stockcharts.com/freecharts/candleglance.html?URA,CCJ,UUUU,URG,DNN,URRE,UEC,ARY.V,NXE.TO,FCU.TO,AL.V,UEX.TO|B|0
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@EvenPrime @Excelsior I asked what I was missing when it was brought up that $URRE was not a Uranium company (only by name) and that $UEC might not be a Uranium company either. That's a bit of stretch..... Like I said I own it for the optionality factor. My primary #Uranium positions are in $UUUU $NXE $DNN and $URG . I have "Optionality" positions in $UEC $URRE $UEX and $AL . I also swing trade $PDN from time to time. I'm not married to any of them other than $UUUU $NXE and $DNN 1 from #uranium, 22 Dec 2016, 15:11
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@Excelsior @EvenPrime - Thanks for the re-post of my late December #Uranium positions ;-) As an update I don't have a $URRE position now (as I sold out over Tues/Wed) and don't have $AL any longer (but still see them as prospective explorers), but now hold $LEU and $LTBR in their places for Uranium stocks with exposure to the fuel enriching/processing/re-selling side of the equation. Cheers!
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@nasdaq Uranium Resources Announces Proposed Public Offering of Common Stock @nasdaq/uranium-resources-announces-proposed-public-offering $URRE $URI-AX The offering is being made on a “best efforts” basis. 
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@sev https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2017/01/12/905575/0/en/Uranium-Resources-Announces-Proposed-Public-Offering-of-Common-Stock.html Interesting... $DRYS anyone? Feel sorry for traders/investors who might get burnt, but, in my opinion, this is the perfect timing for the rest of the sector. $URRE
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@nasdaq Uranium Resources Announces Pricing of $9.7 Million Public Offering @nasdaq/uranium-resources-announces-pricing-of-97-million $URRE $URI-AX $2.01 per share
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@PamplonaTrader "Watch for these cash starved juniors to come out with financings." https://ceo.ca/index?381c026758d0 $UEC $URRE $FDC #uranium
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@Excelsior Much more going on in #Uranium today than just $CCO Cameco's poor financials. This was a sector wide pullback, and it started the end of last week. It is healthy, normal, and expected. Just remember to #BTFD :-) Uranium Stock SYMBOL % CHG Cameco Corporation $CCJ -18.24% Anfield Resources Inc. $ARY -16.00% Uravan Minerals Inc. $UVN -15.79% Bayswater Uranium Corporation $BYU -13.33% Forum Uranium Corp. $FDC -12.50% Deep Yellow Limited $DYL.AX -12.00% Denison Mines Corp. $DNN -11.44% U3O8 Corp. $UWE -11.11% Purepoint Uranium Group Inc. $PTU -11.11% Forsys Metals Corp. $FSY -11.11% IsoEnergy Ltd. $ISO -10.74% UEX Corporation $UEX -10.71% Azarga Uranium Corp. $AZZ -10.64% Plateau Uranium Inc. $PLU -10.00% GoviEx Uranium Inc. $GXU -10.00% Uranium Resources, Inc. $URRE -9.87% Azincourt Uranium Inc. $AAZ -9.09% Laramide Resources Ltd. $LAM -8.89% Bannerman Resources Limited $BMN.AX -8.51% Mega Uranium Ltd. $MGA -8.33% Pacific Bay Minerals Ltd. $PBM -8.33% UR-Energy Inc. $URG -8.17% Energy Fuels Inc. $UUUU -7.83% Global X Uranium ETF $URA -7.58% Fission Uranium Corp. $FCU -7.50% Blue Sky Uranium Corp. BSK -7.25% Berkeley Energia Limited $BKY.L -7.04% Clean Commodities Corp. $CLE-6.67% Fission 3.0 Corp. FUU.V -6.25% Skyharbour Resources Ltd. $SYH -5.75% CanAlaska Uranium Ltd. $CVV -5.45% Lightbridge Corporation $LTBR -5.45% Uranium Energy Corp. $UEC -5.10% Western Uranium Corporation $WUC -4.76% NexGen Energy Ltd. $NXE -4.69% ALX Uranium Corp. $AL -4.00% Uranium Participation Corporation $U -3.56% Centrus Energy Corp. $LEU -3.36% Peninsula Energy Limited $PEN.AX -3.14% Eros Resources Corp. $ERC -2.70% Energy Resources of Australia Ltd $ERA.AX -1.47% Mawson Resources Limited $MAW -1.28% VanEck Vectors Uranium+Nuclear Engy ETF $NLR -0.25%
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@nasdaq #Uranium Resources Announces Closing of $9.7 Million Public Offering @nasdaq/uranium-resources-announces-closing-of-97-million $URRE $URI-AX 1,399,140 shares of common stock at a price to the public of $2.01.  The company has prospective lithium properties in Utah and Nevada.  Also, the company states that it will focus on its In-Situ recovery uranium project in Central Turkey when uranium prices permit economic development of this project.
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