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Anyone still in possession of their shirts?

 

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really looks like some of these are going to zero doesnt it. Cash uranium, a rec of Casey and Dines, is 8c today. Last time it was sub-10c was end of 2003. Uranium is the leper of the lepers

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really looks like some of these are going to zero doesnt it. Cash uranium, a rec of Casey and Dines, is 8c today. Last time it was sub-10c was end of 2003. Uranium is the leper of the lepers

This one is my favourite leaky stock. :D It looks like they forgot to put the plug in the bottom right corner of the chart before they filled the company with the IPO.

 

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I still hold my uranium shares (Uranium One, the tiddler Uranium Resources plc (AIM listed dog) and Geiger Counter) and, despite the slaughtering they have taken, am not selling.

 

I believe the long term uranium story is still a good one albeit that it got ahead of itself in the period 2002-2007. The lack of new investment in exploration & infrastructure over this year and probably the next makes the commodity story (and especially the uranium part) more compelling than ever in my opinion. The way I see things is either the world goes into a long term depression or it comes out of this mess, albeit with a reallocation of power. I expect it to be the latter and because of this remain optimistic about uranium.

 

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I still hold my uranium shares (Uranium One, the tiddler Uranium Resources plc (AIM listed dog) and Geiger Counter) and, despite the slaughtering they have taken, am not selling.

 

I believe the long term uranium story is still a good one albeit that it got ahead of itself in the period 2002-2007. The lack of new investment in exploration & infrastructure over this year and probably the next makes the commodity story (and especially the uranium part) more compelling than ever in my opinion. The way I see things is either the world goes into a long term depression or it comes out of this mess, albeit with a reallocation of power. I expect it to be the latter and because of this remain optimistic about uranium.

 

Had some good news on GCL's share price, but just beginning to notice Uranium plays global have had a spike last few days, anyone got any comments, is this significant, volumes didn't seem huge on a few i've checked?

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Had some good news on GCL's share price, but just beginning to notice Uranium plays global have had a spike last few days, anyone got any comments, is this significant, volumes didn't seem huge on a few i've checked?

 

After posting month upon month of bearish technical readings this bloggers (http://techuranium.blogspot.com/) tea leaves have turned bullish. Worth a read

 

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After posting month upon month of bearish technical readings this bloggers (http://techuranium.blogspot.com/) tea leaves have turned bullish. Worth a read

 

Notice one year on, very bullish again on short/medium and seemingly longer term.

 

Merv's indicators on specific stocks don't seem always on the mark though, a couple I follow have gone the other way to the prediction, albeit not hugely.

 

http://techuranium.blogspot.com/

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Anyone still in possession of their shirts?

 

Merv might still be seen in a shirt, but his tea leaves have turned Yellow, not it's not a Uranium leak, just someone pi$$ing on them :lol:

 

19 June 2011

Darn, it still looks like the uranium stocks have not seen their bottom. I had hoped that the bottom would have been reached some time back. Just shows that technical analysis is not perfect – but it’s the best you discipline for investing, speculating or gambling in the market.

 

The long term indicators remain a disaster area so no need to go into them yet. They are all negative and the long term rating remains BEARISH.

 

The intermediate term looks a little better but not by much. All the indicators are also still negative so I’ll just go straight to the rating, BEARISH. The short term moving average confirms this bear.....

 

12 June 2011

Well, I didn’t expect the Daily Index to drop below its previous plunge low but here it is, at new bear market lows. What gives? Maybe uranium is in for another lengthy slump before the fears of world wide melt-downs is overcome.

 

05 June 2011

The bounce off the previous low level lasted a little over a week and now we are back to the down side. Just my guess :rolleyes: but I still don’t think that the down side will penetrate into new low levels. That previous intra-day low of March 15th is still expected to hold. If it does so and we do end up with a rally from these levels then that would be very significant. We would then have what technicians call a double bottom, a strong bullish pattern.

 

Just before Merv was starting to feel encouraged :blink:

 

http://techuranium.blogspot.com/

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Jim Dines is saying uranium is the screaming buy of the century, so something to that effect, in an interview with Jim Puplava the other day.

 

http://www.financialsense.com/financial-sense-newshour/guest-expert/2011/06/22/james-dines/james-dines-on-uranium-the-buy-of-a-lifetime

 

Dines: "Uranium the buy of a lifetime"

 

Made me wonder if perhaps I should take a look at the sector.

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