Uranium One Inc.

UUU-T

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Analysis and Opinions about UUU-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 22, 2011
He sold it in ’06. Don’t be afraid to pay for quality and for a tier 1 asset. Financing is going to become increasingly hard for them to come by.
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Uranium One Inc. (UUU-T)
September 22, 2011
He sold it in ’06. Don’t be afraid to pay for quality and for a tier 1 asset. Financing is going to become increasingly hard for them to come by.
COMMENT
COMMENT
September 19, 2011
Uranium is a really small market and there are only a handful of companies. This one would be a much higher quality one. Very well run. Is in exotic places so when liquidity gets sucked out of the market this does not participate in the market, no matter how much money it is making. Trading at about 10X earnings and is at an okay price.
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Uranium One Inc. (UUU-T)
September 19, 2011
Uranium is a really small market and there are only a handful of companies. This one would be a much higher quality one. Very well run. Is in exotic places so when liquidity gets sucked out of the market this does not participate in the market, no matter how much money it is making. Trading at about 10X earnings and is at an okay price.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 15, 2011
This is controlled by Kazakhstanis now, which is a relative market against it. Expect it will continue to lag.
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Uranium One Inc. (UUU-T)
August 15, 2011
This is controlled by Kazakhstanis now, which is a relative market against it. Expect it will continue to lag.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
August 3, 2011
(Top Pick July 29/10, Up 43.05%) You wonder when the next accident is going to occur. He’s not selling it.
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(Top Pick July 29/10, Up 43.05%) You wonder when the next accident is going to occur. He’s not selling it.
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 6, 2011
Chart is not very helpful on this one. 50 day has dropped way down and 200 day it is turning down. Probably a good risk/reward but he would look at the bigger names such as Cameco (CCO-T).
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Chart is not very helpful on this one. 50 day has dropped way down and 200 day it is turning down. Probably a good risk/reward but he would look at the bigger names such as Cameco (CCO-T).
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 13, 2011
Feels the future for all uranium stocks is incredibly bleak. For a new nuclear project to go forward, realistically you need one senior level politician and a few senior civil servants to champion it. Can’t see this happening. This is not a low cost producer.
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Feels the future for all uranium stocks is incredibly bleak. For a new nuclear project to go forward, realistically you need one senior level politician and a few senior civil servants to champion it. Can’t see this happening. This is not a low cost producer.
SELL
SELL
June 7, 2011
Don’t heavily invest in a risky area. It has not receovered. It is still going down. We are below support levels. This is a sell and if you insist on holding it, please reduce holdings.
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Don’t heavily invest in a risky area. It has not receovered. It is still going down. We are below support levels. This is a sell and if you insist on holding it, please reduce holdings.
WAIT
WAIT
April 20, 2011
This one would more likely be the acquirer than the acquiree. Believes nuclear will continue. Prefers U-T. Be prepared to wait 6 months.
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This one would more likely be the acquirer than the acquiree. Believes nuclear will continue. Prefers U-T. Be prepared to wait 6 months.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 19, 2011
Tricky as uranium doesn’t act like the other metals regarding supply/demand as there is a large political element involved. Since the Japanese incident there has been a severe retracement in uranium stocks. This could cause it to roll out slower than people had anticipated.
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Tricky as uranium doesn’t act like the other metals regarding supply/demand as there is a large political element involved. Since the Japanese incident there has been a severe retracement in uranium stocks. This could cause it to roll out slower than people had anticipated.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 30, 2011
It’s a general call on uranium as a sector. Disaster in Japan will have negative near term implications for the sector. She would not buy into the sector right now.
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It’s a general call on uranium as a sector. Disaster in Japan will have negative near term implications for the sector. She would not buy into the sector right now.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 29, 2011
Highly leveraged to uranium prices. He prefers the more established and more profitable players such as Cameco (CCO-T). He would hold fire until the nuclear situation in Japan clarifies itself. As long as the news flow is as negative as it has been, it will be difficult for projects to continue to go ahead.
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Highly leveraged to uranium prices. He prefers the more established and more profitable players such as Cameco (CCO-T). He would hold fire until the nuclear situation in Japan clarifies itself. As long as the news flow is as negative as it has been, it will be difficult for projects to continue to go ahead.
WAIT
WAIT
March 24, 2011
Perfectly good company and could be a way to play a recovery in the industry. He is looking at it.
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Perfectly good company and could be a way to play a recovery in the industry. He is looking at it.
BUY
BUY
February 14, 2011
Very high growth rate and very high leverage to uranium. One of the lowest production costs in the industry at about $20 a lb. 51% owned by a Russian company, which can open a lot of doors when working in Kazakhstan. Just moved into West Africa, which has conventional production, which is not their forte so would like to see how they develop this.
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Uranium One Inc. (UUU-T)
February 14, 2011
Very high growth rate and very high leverage to uranium. One of the lowest production costs in the industry at about $20 a lb. 51% owned by a Russian company, which can open a lot of doors when working in Kazakhstan. Just moved into West Africa, which has conventional production, which is not their forte so would like to see how they develop this.
COMMENT
COMMENT
February 4, 2011
Uranium has been a very hot sector and prices have been moving up. A lot of nuclear power plants are coming on line. Fairly tightly controlled commodity so demand/supply conditions are favourable.
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Uranium One Inc. (UUU-T)
February 4, 2011
Uranium has been a very hot sector and prices have been moving up. A lot of nuclear power plants are coming on line. Fairly tightly controlled commodity so demand/supply conditions are favourable.
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