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NXE vs. CCO He'd prefer CCO, as it's more mature. Outlook for uranium is quite positive, given war in Ukraine and energy bottlenecks. CCO is high quality, well run, efficient, pays a dividend.
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RISKY BUY
NXE vs. CCO Uranium looks good, one of the sectors that's up on the year. Demand is strong, supply is getting tighter. CCO is institutional quality, anyone can invest in it. Good cycle in front of us. Whereas NXE is a much-earlier-stage company, so risks are higher. He owns both.
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DON'T BUY
NXE vs. CCO He'd lean towards CCO, go-to name, largest producer in the world. The large players attract more international interest. NXE is a small cap, it may not get as much interest, and so the valuation may not get as high. CCO valuation is a bit extended. Outlook for uranium is positive. He'd look at the Sprott U.UN, which is a direct play on uranium prices, rather than the producers.
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BUY
NexGen vs. Fission He owns both Fission and NexGen. They're far from infrastructure in the Athabasca Basin and would be challenged if it wasn't for their deposits being large and of quality (and next to each other). They could get built as a pair. The Fission deposit is borderline-tier one deposit, whole Nexgen's is. The quality is so high is that if they're not built in the next cycle, they will get taken over.
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COMMENT

There's a big debate over nuclear energy, which can go either way. But what do you do with the uranium after it's used? We overweight the risks of nuclear--it's not as bad as environmentalists think, though what to do with the uranium after use is a real concern. The price of green energy and storage--batteries--will become cheaper than nuclear in the future. That lower cost is the tipping point that will green energy more affordable than nuclear--but we're not there yet.

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WATCH

Uranium has been quite a volatile play. It has marched down to about $2.40 and then broke down further. This is an interesting area on the chart. You should look at CCO-T to get the direction in the area.

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BUY

Must own this if you're in the urnanium space. Deposit is in an extremely remote part of the Athabasca basin. It's an enormous deposit and it's highly likely it will be developed. Be patient. Believes the price of uranium will rise with Chinese and maybe increased Japanese demand.

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COMMENT

Uranium market is structurally challenged. The problem at Fukushima changed the story for uranium. Uranium bounced after Cameco (CCO-T) decided to shut down one of their mines. However, they can bring it back on whenever they like.

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COMMENT

This is a speculation. An absolute world-class ore body in a previously barren part of the Athabascan Basin. You don’t need to worry about the uranium price in the near term, because this is not going to go into production in the near term. If you are patient with regards to uranium and with the production schedule, this stock is a must own for a speculator.

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WATCH

Lows are getting a little higher so there is a potential of a consolidation ending. A consolidation is great because it could mean a change in the outlook. If it breaks, good, otherwise he does not want to own it.

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COMMENT

Lower priced stocks are not traded by large institutions. They are typically traded by retail investors, and could be thrown around a lot more. As a technical person, it is harder to predict where it might go. You don’t want to see the floor of about $2.90 broken, because that could lead to a violent move down.

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BUY

He was attracted to the study they released today. The deposit is economic down to $25 Uranium. Most uranium in the world is not economic below $30.

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WAIT

Seasonally, you want to look at uranium stocks in November. They have a huge conference that takes place and they tend to set uranium prices and expectations at that time. Right now, this company is still moving down in a band, and it hasn’t broken out to the upside.

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BUY

Uranium. It has been an enticing sector for 15 years, but they have chronically disappointed. You can get surprises in the exploring space. This one is one of them. They are well capitalized. This project will take a couple more years. but it will be a world class mine. There may be players interested in taking them out.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick June 6/16. Up 14.67%.) Uranium exploration. Despite uranium prices continuing to be very depressed over the last few years, they continue to find more pounds in the ground, which translates to higher valuations.

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NexGen Energy(NXE-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 3

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NexGen Energy(NXE-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is NexGen Energy stock symbol?

NexGen Energy is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol NXE-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (NXE-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:NXE or NXE-T

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On 2022-09-28, NexGen Energy (NXE-T) stock closed at a price of $5.45.