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I have a question about Uranium.

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15/09/2021 - 03:40

I have a question about what the hell is going on with the price of Uranium? For context: my chemistry teacher assigned us a project to get a white t-shirt and to pick an element(I chose uranium) and to give its atomic number, atomic mass, number of isotopes, year it was discovered, who discovered it, and it’s price. My teacher assigned this project last week during Wednesday, I searched up the easy answers(which was pretty much everything) and earlier today, I went to go check everything to make sure it is correct and news articles popped up talking about how the price of uranium is skyrocketing and they all mentioned Reddit. So, this is my question, what the hell is going on with the price of Uranium and can someone give me an estimate of what the price is right now?   submitted by   /u/mikey10123456 [link]   [comments]


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    And they produced exactly 0 lbs of Uranium Last Year..... Control yourselfs folks. Why am In UUUU. Simply I feel it is the best way for me to play the Green Energy and Rare Earth Boom that is coming. Nuclear is currently our only Carbon Free Fuel Source for Baseload Energy. It doesn't compete with wind and solar. It competes with Coal and Natural Gas to provide the power we need when the wind isn't blowing or the moon is in the sky. The Uranium Market is highly cylical and it has been beaten down for a long time. History shows that when it pops it goes big. The stock is relatively cheap and the upside potential is exponential. The company has recently branched into the rare earth's market as well. I have been looking gain exposure to this market and they are the best US Play I've found. The stock has pulled back from 7.80 to 5.98 in the last week. Check it out if you are interested in this market segments. Not advice just an idiot with an opinion.   submitted by   /u/Jettae7 [link]   [comments]
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  29. Italy Exports: Nonfer Metal Ores, Exc Uranium & Thorium Ores (13/03/2021 - Trading Economics)
    Exports: Mining Of Nonfer Metal Ores, Exc Uranium & Thorium Ores in Italy decreased to 1.93 EUR Million in December from 2.39 EUR Million in November of 2020. Exports: Mining Of Nonfer Metal Ores, Exc Uranium in Italy averaged 5.43 EUR Million from 1991 until 2020, reaching an all time high of 27.30 EUR Million in November of 2011 and a record low of 0 EUR Million in August of 1991. This page includes a chart with historical data for Italy Exports of Mining of Nonfer Metal Ores, Exc Urani.
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  30. Uranium & Lithium:Azincourt Energy (13/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Azincourt Energy ELEMENTS FOR THE FUTURE OF ENERGY Ticker $AAZ Currently drilling at their East Preston #Uranium project and will consist of a minimum 10 to 12 diamond drill holes, totaling 2,000 to 2,500 meters. Fully funded. Actively updating their Twitter Feed and have already passed through "interesting" zones. On Feb 28th they posted an update and commented that they expect lab results on their findings between 4-8 weeks. Presented at the Red Cloud virtual mining conference this past month. From their website their projects include: - Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada where the largest, highest grade uranium deposits in the world with 10 to 100 times world average. - Escalera-Lituania-Condorlit Projects, Puno, Peru. Peru is a global leader in the mining industry; it’s one of the world’s biggest producers of base and precious metals.   submitted by   /u/Citizen_9305 [link]   [comments]
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  31. Cheap way to go long commodities/inflation/hard assets via Uranium CCJ (30/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    want to be long volatility and hard asset? but don't want to pay up the wazoo for vix proxy calls or vix futures or suffer from the decay in vix based products, why not buy something that produces 15%+ (and growing) of the worlds electricity at rock bottom generational low prices with multi decade low in volatility in that asset class (will rise as commodities rise in general and/or liquidity returns to the sector). Risk Reward: In Cameco/kazatomprom maybe 30% downside risk, 200-300% upside thats 10:1 risk reward. In some of the smaller names you are looking at 20:1, maybe 30:1 risk/reward. Be mindful of market caps as virtually all the smaller companies have diluted hence their upside is not as high as the charts may suggest. (examples would be energy fuels and some of the other diluters) Many ways to play this based on your risk appetite. In short; (lower risk) CCJ, kazatomprom , yellow cake, uranium participation corp ---> (mid risk) Nexgen NXE , Paladin , Denison ---> (high risk) all the other uranium juniors originally posted here https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1387526429416509441.html not my own research but a nice summary from a reputable source Tickers: $CCJ and $U on TMX soon to be listed on NYSE Disclosure: i am long Cameco and Uranium participation corp This should in no way replace regular portfolio weighting towards say precious metals rather just occupy part of your portfolio in a similar way to say precious metals or other speculative assets ... maybe <3-5% at most. TLDR: Uranium space tiny market, physical uranium space even tinier, utilities price agnostic, 600 million uranium holding fund changing ownership and listing to NYSE from 3 trillion pool of capital canadian market to 50+ trillion pool of capital US market. Price increases over NAV will cause U fund to buy physical U, in a market with declining inventory. Supply shock into a demand shock/utility restocking cycle.   submitted by   /u/staffpro1 [link]   [comments]
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  32. Uranium will help reach our Green Energy needs (14/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Uranium Energy will be an important factor in reaching our green energy goals. A great example being France, meets 70% of its electricity needs with Nuclear Power. In addition, Nuclear Power is expected to grow in importance and efficiency with a possible transition from Fission to Fusion power. Fusion power has the capability to provide a multiple amount of power more than Fission and increased efficiency. Many people, such as the WallStreetBets community has taken notice. Uranium Stocks Jump as Reddit’s WallStreetBets Goes Nuclear - WSJ Here's why Nuclear can help close the gap to zero carbon emissions. MIT recently did a study highlighting the importance of diversity in electricity production: Deep Decarbonization of the U.S. Electricity Sector: Is There a Role for Nuclear Power? | MIT Global Change . Nuclear deserves a seat at the table. Today Nuclear Power generates 50% of non carbon electricity in the US. As the conversation about our green energy future continues lets not forget about nuclear and how we can make it safer by upgrading existing plants with safety improvements. Nuclear runs 95% of the time vs it's counterparts which need wind or sun to operate. In addition, a lot of trees have to be cut down for wind and solar. It's clear a mix of energy production options are key. Some companies are ahead of the coming transition: 6 Minute CEO - Uranium Energy Corp. - Amir Adnani - YouTube.   submitted by   /u/capex- [link]   [comments]
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  33. Clean Energy Stocks ???? What do you guys think? (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Sharing my .02 on the state of things. Love to hear where folks agree/disagree, and any opinions on where there is potential elsewhere within the sector. Also, first time poster, so please go easy on me lol. Mines CCJ - Cameco - One of the largest producers in the world. In Canada, probably the least risky DNN - Denison Mines - Canadian miner, relatively small but has been around since the last boom NXE - NexGen Energy - World class deposit, potential to be a massive producer but still early days UEC - Uranium Energy Corp - Risky but is doing well URG - UR Energy - Very risky, I may buy more of this one. They are hoping for US gov. stimulus to avoid equity dilution raises. Potential upside is their new production process which should give them the lowest cost production in the US. Processing/Mines UUUU - Energy Fuels - I like this one a lot. They are based in the US and will benefit for the US gov. spending. They also own a processing mill which is one of the only facilities available for uranium in the US. Recently they have pivoted into rare earths and are getting a lot of press for this. To my knowledge they have not yet delivered on the rare earth contract which is a near term catalyst/risk. Processing LEU - Centrus Energy - Enrichment facility, one of the only ones I could find thats public, lot of variability in the stock price but I'm up over 100% ETF URA - Global Uranium ETF - Lot of the above tickers in this. Key thing is that they also have holdings in the Kazakistan company which is the largest and lowest cost producer in the world. Other thing to note is that some of the companies included often are only secondary producers of uranium (ie they mine gold but also find uranium). This is my way of having access to the Kazaks. I wouldn’t be surprised if they pulled back further from where they are today and then move up significantly over the next few years due to supply / demand dynamics in the market. Obviously could be wrong lol. Also, I have stayed away from the OTC markets for now, but there are also a number of jr. miners/explorers that have significant upside potential.   submitted by   /u/BooOnClay [link]   [comments]
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  34. News about DNN. Potential Investment Opportunity. (17/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    "Denison Mines owns a 90% stake in the promising Wheeler River uranium mine development project. The company announced on Feb. 8 that it was resuming the environmental assessment process and ramping up its field-testing activities." "The next day, Denison announced encouraging results from its exploration and expansion drilling program. On Feb. 10, Denison said it raised $25 million via a stock and warrant sale that it would use to fund its operations." "These positive developments are likely spurring many investors to buy shares of Denison Mines as a means to potentially profit from an uptrend in uranium demand."   submitted by   /u/falcon11235 [link]   [comments]
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  35. Uranium Participation reports FY results (01/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  36. Uranium Participation reports FQ1 results (08/07/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  37. “That Uranium is so hot right now” (12/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  38. Uranium shares surrender much of this week's big gains (17/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  39. No uranium for you! (17/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  40. Is Trench Metals legit? (17/09/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello Redditors I found Trench Metals (TMC). Im not sure if i can trust this stock. Im 50% sure they are scalpers. But there are a few reason i think it might be legit. The reason i think its legit is bc i can find this stock in a lot of stock exchanges. The second reason i think its legit is if they are scalpers and the shares goes down to 0.09 cent then its over. But this stock is coming up again. The reasons i think its not legit is they changed name a few times. I cant find a lot of information about the CEO but maybe im just dumb. But what scares me mostly is that they seem to do another business when their name was novateqni. Back then some sort of software with matching hardware. Now they search for uranium. Could it be they just used what they had to make this kind if business with uranium discoveries? Could someone who actually knows something about stocks help? If its legit im gonna buy some shares. Sorry for my poor english.   submitted by   /u/Osix9 [link]   [comments]
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  41. Uranium stocks are jumping with prices at six-year highs (10/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  42. Uranium Energy launches 10M-share public offering (17/03/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  43. My Watchlist For 5/26/2021 (26/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    $ALE - Great uptrend that showed some life for us at the end of the day, could dip a bit more but this is a great play to watch. ​ $AZEK - Called on my discord earlier today and already up 3%, plenty of room still left to run. ​ $CX - Could use 3% - 5% more dip, but when that comes this thing is an absolute machine and prints like clockwork. ​ $KRNY - I need life first because it is free falling, but when it reverses this thing will be an amazing deal for sure. ​ $MEOH - Triangle we need a bit more off of before I move in on it. If we get a breakout we may have an amazing play for sure. ​ $RADA - Great triangle, we could get it a bit cheaper - but this is a great place to be for a triangle play like this. ​ $SXC - We need again, a bit more off - but once we get it - this thing may be an easy 10 - 15%. ​ $URA - great Uranium ETF coming to value, overall Uranium is an amazing surge and I have been riding it, may buy this 'dip'   submitted by   /u/No_Seesaw1134 [link]   [comments]
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  44. Uranium, lithium names rally on clean energy optimism (01/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  45. enCore Energy announces strategic acquisition of physical uranium (06/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  46. Cameco to restart Cigar Lake uranium mine this month (09/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  47. Wall Street Opens Higher Amid Uranium Meltup; Dow up 290 Pts (13/09/2021 - Investing.com)

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  48. Fission Uranium launches C$30M bought deal public offering (03/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  49. Uranium hits nine-year highs as Sprott resumes purchases (16/09/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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