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BUY

He prefers CCO-T. The uranium space is one he really likes. He thinks we are going back to nuclear power as you can only have so many wind turbines and solar panels.

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WATCH

Uranium Sector. Has the bull started running? His proxy is CCO-T. If there is a bullish case for Uranium, the analysts have not heard it. U-T is up 66% so had had quite a move. He hopes the analysts will get the same message he is about the outlook for uranium.

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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Dec 31/18, Down 5%) The uranium stocks (and new uranium supplies) won't move up until the commodity rises above $50. It's trading under $30 now. Uranium demand is probably 40% higher than supply. Demand is growing as new nuclear reactors increase; there's demand, but there's an inventory overhang that's pressuring the price. Once the inventory winds down, the stock will move.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Dec 28/18, Down 6%) A direct play on uranium. Uranium has been hurt like most commodities. The price of uranium is around 25$. The price has to go higher since the demand is 50% higher than supply. There's just a lot of inventory. Fukushima put a dent in the demand. However, with China consuming more, it will go up.
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COMMENT
It has strong seasonality at the start of the year. It's basing now after a nice run then to a sidways pattern. Catch it when it hits the bottom of the range at $4.50. He feels neutral about this.
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TOP PICK
The US dollar rolling over is good for commodities. Long term the cost of bring on new supply is so high that supply is effectively capped. There is a miss match in supply and demand and the previous glut is slowly coming down. (Analysts’ price target is $5.57)
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WATCH

It is a holding company with 85% of assets in uranium. Seasonality, the world nuclear association meets in September and these stocks rise just past that meeting, which has just happened. We are just at the breakout point. If it gets past $4.70 it would be a good time to step in and hold to the end of the year.

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HOLD

Uranium. The Japan disaster changed the world’s view on uranium. There is a reactor in South Florida that they are worried about. He thought Uranium would be part of the clean solution for power. India and China are building them, but there is a bias to moving away from them. There is no shortage of Uranium. It is on the cheap side now so don’t look for too much in term of growth.

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COMMENT

Materials stocks tend to do well from November through until April. This one runs from October all the way through to late February. It gains about an average of 18%. We haven’t seen the fall-off that is typical of the cyclicals falling off at this time of year. In fact, it looks like it is starting to carve out a longer-term base. It is starting to test its 200-day moving average. If you are a longer-term holder and it is still below its 200-day moving average, that would give him caution, but it looks like it is starting to knock up against the door, and is supported by its 20 and 50 day moving averages.

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COMMENT

He doesn’t like this. A closed-end company that owns uranium. There is an NAV discount sometimes. There is always a fee that trickles away at your NAV. Whenever uranium is hot, which it is not right now, the company comes out and issues more units, so you never get that incremental premium.

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DON'T BUY

(Market Call Minute.) There is no catalyst for higher uranium prices.

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TOP PICK

You buy Uranium at $25, a huge discount. He thinks it is cheap. The demand is still there. This is the best way to play the commodity.

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COMMENT

Loves uranium longer-term. China is building numerous reactors. Nuclear power is the only way they are going to get rid of all their pollution. At the moment, uranium is struggling with a hangover of the Japanese situation. It is probably 2-3 years before we start to see a pickup. He owns Cameco (CCO-T).

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WATCH

Price of Uranium and where is it going. The term market is about 10% higher than the spot price, which U-T tracks. There are 4 key countries building new plants. He loves the fundamentals going forward. Supply has gone flat and it is allowing demand to catch up with it. 2017 is where this happens. It is a relatively safe place to be, but there is no rush to get into it.

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COMMENT

This has been very, very range bound. As a trading oriented investor, he kind of likes these charts for short-term trades. This is definitely in a band. The top of the band is somewhere around $6. You have to be pretty quick on your feet on this type of trade, but you can do it. There are upswings from its base. It may be in one of those upswings right now. If you are a short-term trader, it might be opportunistic to trade this right now.

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Uranium Participation Corp.(U-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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Uranium Participation Corp.(U-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Uranium Participation Corp. stock symbol?

Uranium Participation Corp. is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol U-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (U-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:U or U-T

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What is Uranium Participation Corp. stock price?

On 2021-07-16, Uranium Participation Corp. (U-T) stock closed at a price of $5.11.