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Uranium stock will go big
uranium supply about to go kaput with end of megatons to megawatts program that currently supplies 15% of world uranium. meanwhile uranium spot prices have not priced this in! Demand remains strong and stable and will grow... but uranium prices are so weak that they are far below the cost of mining it. So if prices are abnormally weak right now, and the supply is about to take a chunk out while demand continues to rise, and very little extra capacity is coming online, UEC will go up in value since it has a lot of uncommitted uranium to sell that is not under contract, and additionally, US producers are going to favor UEC, when they realize they can't get uranium as easily after the M2M program ends (end of 2013)
Yellow cake producer with an edge.
MANY NUECLER PLAANTS WILL BE BUILT.
Management, the top in the industry.Has product the world will need for a long time.This company is worth investigating.UEC has no where to go but up
I am adding this uranium company on the selloff today,and I am buying It with real money. The Japan nuclear disaster Is a terrible event,and my heart goes out to all of those affected In Japan. But ,from an Investment prospective I consider this a buying opportunity In this small undervalued stock. This company Is a true "pure play" In nuclear,and I believe that the Industry will not only survive this,but come back stronger as a result. American companies will use this disaster as a lesson learned, and this will allow them to build stronger and safer nuclear plants In the future... TS
Citron pointed out this scam.http://www.citronresearch.com/index.php/2010/12/03/citron-research-updates-uranium-energy-amexuec/
LOL....Calling all suckers!
These people are mining uranium. They have sufficient financing to expand production. Uranium prices look to be rising on a long term basis.
There will be an energy crisis. We will run out of oil. It will be in the next 20 years. This company has monster uranium assets which are attractively prices since they will only be profitable in the near future.
Just follow the metals...
I think the CAPS community has this company all wrong. Not sure why their ratings are so low. But I've seen UECs production and ISR sites, and appreciate their expansion plans. Their technical and management teams are very experienced, and they are well funded with minimal debt. As soon as the world economy starts to pick up a bit, uranium demand is going to increase significantly, particularly in Asia and here in the US. Uranium prices will be going back up. There are significant incentives in place for increased US mining and production. I think most of the nuclear industry is a pretty good bet, and UEC in particular. (See also AEHI, LTBR, USU, SILXF, and many junior uranium miners)
When UEC starts mining operations this could be a $6.00 stock
energy is king, uranium is energy.
No debt and 25 million in cash. 1.3 million pounds uranium at its nichols project in south Texas. That is in addition to 6.9 million pounds at Goliad. Production permit for area 1 at Goliad granted by the Texas comission on environmental quality. Joint ventures with Uran Limited, and Australian uranium explorer.
One of my two (2) top picks for 2009 the other being PLM. Both should receive approval to start mining their property this year. Have been following both for years. (UEC - in Texas) (PLM - in Minnesota)
Uranium is the future. Heating cost are scheduled to sky rocket, nuclear is cleaner and cheaper.
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