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Into an area of interest.



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U market seems poised for at least a breather. Up nicely today.


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Double bottom pops in DNN and UEC.
 

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Critical to hold the lows in stocks like DNN UEC UUUU or we will see the next band of support tested. Hope you have a bit of cash to buy some of these upcoming bargains. Up only right? DNN 1.07-1.17 if we can't hold $1.30.
 

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For those that don't watch uranium much, another down day. Many stocks bouncing around the 200 DMA.
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Slightly encouraging. CCJ.

DNN new low
UUUU new low
UEC low still holding.


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Gonna be an interesting rest of the week.
 

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Slightly encouraging. CCJ.

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UUUU new low
UEC low still holding.


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Uranium opening up strong today. Canadian markets closed, where I am. Would it be worth putting in a bid around the $23.00 for HURA.TO and see if it gets filled on opening tomorrow? Thoughts?

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Gonna be an interesting rest of the week.

I guess we see the last of the tax selling huh? Let's see if they just attempt to fill today's gaps or if we go back down again.
 

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Big upside today. :2 thumbs up:

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UROY gap filled. Big up in Aussie land is just a reflection of the previous day's NA trading.
 

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Looks like the big boyz want back in when CCJ is up more than the smaller stocks.
 

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New Year, new attitude? Or shall we fall back into our sinful ways?
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Gaps up on decent volume and closing near the lows of the day. Probably just want to close the gaps. At this point all it indicates. These news induced moves are usually a good fade.
 

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Getting Sandra Bernhard ugly now.

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The whole market is getting "slammered." NASDAQ down 400 points.
 

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Go on if it makes you feel any better. JK. U stocks are 10% off today's highs.
 

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Go on if it makes you feel any better. JK. U stocks are 10% off today's highs.

Many of them were up 10% earlier in the day, they're holding on to small gains as I type. I'll take it, with the NASDAQ down 3% on the day.
 

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Best thing you can say about today is there are no gaps.
 

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Many of them were up 10% earlier in the day, they're holding on to small gains as I type. I'll take it, with the NASDAQ down 3% on the day.
Up 10% and finishing close to unch ain't that great if you think these stocks were up because of problems in Coochistan.
 

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Up 10% and finishing close to unch ain't that great if you think these stocks were up because of problems in Coochistan.
Most of the top uranium stocks were up around 10% yesterday too. So a 20% gain in 1 1/2 trading days is a call for profit-taking for short-term traders.
 

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Point taken but these are some ugly candles today.
 

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Most of the top uranium stocks were up around 10% yesterday too. So a 20% gain in 1 1/2 trading days is a call for profit-taking for short-term traders.

Hope you know I am just busting ballz. Adding small into the close. Could go lower tomorrow who knows?
 

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Feels like we are now into pump & dump land. Uranium has that stigma. Remember when the Chinese had a radioactive leak and the markets started dumping. Then they found out it was just a problem with an automated valve. . .
 

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Twitter went radio silent late morning after doing the happy dance early on. Good sentiment indicator.
 

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DNN today's highs are important to close over to indicate much higher. Lo 1.26 Hi 2.13 halfway 1.70 ish.
 

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I may be wrong but I would think if the seller can't get paid, this means a halt to all uranium exports.
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When I was young greenies of the day were predicting a nuclear winter was on the horizon and that we needed to focus on coal instead. Some nuclear power constrution was actually abandoned too. Opec and the oil embargo furthur indicated that coal was teh way to go for the USA to get energy independance. Well now the new greenies say coal is bad and we need nuclear. What a switch meaning to me that there are insiders that will pull in a lot of taxpayer money to fund the changeovers once again. I am done with my rant and here is some investment porn reletive to nuclear energy.


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Nuclear Power: There's No Real Choice

Nuclear power provides around 10% of the world's electricity... and roughly 20% in the U.S. That's about twice the combined contribution of solar and wind.
That's a fair amount... But increasingly, it faces challenges from "not in my backyard" nuclear protestors as well as the coal and oil lobbies – which know a threat when they see it. And of course, the occasional nuclear meltdown casts a pall over things.
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The price of uranium has been slowly reflecting this reality. It's doubled since lows in 2016, and it's up nearly 50% in 2021, to around $44 per pound.
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Shares of Cameco (CCJ), the world's biggest publicly traded uranium company, have more than doubled over the past five years. And they still trade well below half of 2007 highs.
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The easiest way to invest in uranium is through a New York Stock Exchange-listed ETF, the Global X Uranium Fund (URA). Two of the largest uranium producers, Canada's Cameco and Kazakhstan's Kazatomprom (KAP), are URA's biggest holdings, and together account for around 40% of fund assets.
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I doubled down on DNN and NXE before the close. Just cause I felt like it. DYODD.
 

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DNN is 60 days from the high 11/10.

Previous lows 1.37 and 1.27. Buying into a downtrend here if you add. Protests overseas have died down. SRUUF is down 4% with Uranium near flat. Overall market tanks all will go down.
 

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DNN is 60 days from the high 11/10.

Previous lows 1.37 and 1.27. Buying into a downtrend here if you add. Protests overseas have died down. SRUUF is down 4% with Uranium near flat. Overall market tanks all will go down.
Stonks following the general markets down today, or is Uranium a dud?
If I find a clean exit strategy, I'm gone . . Gold & Silver will do the heavy pulling before U comes back.
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That sector really doesn't look much better.
 

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That sector really doesn't look much better.
True, but who's ball will bounce higher? Lancers, I don't see it as a matter of "IF" but "WHEN". I see the precious metals popping first. But then again, I'm always wrong.
 

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Clean up in aisle 3.
 

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Iron hand on the tiller.

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Tempting at the previous lows with close close only stops.

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