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CCJ Cameco

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26.990
-0.350-1.28%
Close  01/26 16:00 ET
26.900
-0.090-0.33%
Post Mkt Price 01/26 16:03 ET
High
27.740
Open
27.670
Turnover
102.72M
Low
26.820
Pre Close
27.340
Volume
3.79M
Market Cap
11.67B
P/E(TTM)
124.38
52wk High
32.356
Shares
432.50M
P/E(Static)
Loss
52wk Low
18.504
Float Cap
11.65B
Bid/Ask %
0.00%
Historical High
45.268
Shs Float
431.57M
Volume Ratio
0.91
Historical Low
1.212
Dividend TTM
0.058
Div Yield TTM
0.063
P/B
3.23
Dividend LFY
0.21%
Div Yield LFY
0.23%
Turnover Ratio
0.88%
Amplitude
3.37%
Avg Price
27.077
Lot Size
1
Float Cap
11.65B
Bid/Ask %
0.00%
Historical High
45.268
Shs Float
431.57M
Volume Ratio
0.91
Historical Low
1.212
Dividend TTM
0.058
P/B
3.23
Dividend LFY
0.21%
Turnover Ratio
0.88%
Amplitude
3.37%
Avg Price
27.077
Lot Size
1
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    $Cameco(CCJ.US)$
    This is strong buy especially if it dips below $20.6. Strong support within the $20 levels.
    A couple of resistance around $22s
    60% upside potential against current levels.
    Beta is at 0.88 and not so volatile which is less than 1.
    This uranium ticker had produced two years of positive cash flow.
    I will be watching closely for the price action this week for a possible entry!
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    The financial demand of this year cannot be ignored. Sprott, a fund that only buys a small part of the stock, can raise the spot price to 50. If the stock is full, the impact on supply is still very significant.
    Of course, the higher the price of uranium, the more flexible the supply will be, and the miners will end up making a lot of money.$Cameco(CCJ.US)$
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    Uranium mining data update: yesterday, the price of the basic flat, mining stocks rose slightly,
    Cameco (CCJ), a big V publicly accused cameco: "We locked so many trade orders in advance, so much more than the production of our own mine, the locked selling price is not high. Now we have to spend a huge spot price to fill the trade gap, isn't it equivalent to shorting the spot uranium?
    Cameco also made some responses and explanations (FIG. 4 and 5), which in turn responded to other concerns in the market. For example, the uranium price has just started. If the long-term trade contract locks the future sales volume, though the profits are locked in advance, will the increase in uranium price have nothing to do with the company?
    This discussion is good to see the medium - and long-term development of mining stocks.$Cameco(CCJ.US)$
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    The supply of uranium ore is still rigid to a certain extent. According to the statistics in Figure 1, most of the current production capacity is in Kazakhstan. Although Canada and Australia also have a lot of uranium production capacity, the increase rate in Canada and Australia will not be too fast due to the restriction of resources and policies.$Cameco(CCJ.US)$$CGN MINING(01164.HK)$
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Cameco Corp. engages in the provision of uranium. It operates through the following segments: Uranium and Fuel Services. The Uranium segment is involved in the exploration for, mining, milling, purchase, and sale of uranium concentrate. The Fuel Services segment is involved in the refining, conversion, and fabrication of uranium concentrate and the purchase and sale of conversion services. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Saskatoon, Canada.
CEO: Mr. Timothy S. Gitzel
Market: NYSE
Listing Date: 03/14/1996
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