Before November begins, which uranium stocks will you watch?
When it comes to mining companies, uranium stocks are sometimes disregarded by investors. Many investors are unaware that uranium is a massive industry with activities all over the world. COVID-19 has also had an impact on the uranium stock market. COVID led Uranium stocks to reach levels not seen since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011.
Some feel that Reddit is responsible for some of the uranium hysteria. Retail investors have become extremely influential in the stock market in the last year, as you may have seen. In February, a subreddit called r/UraniumSqueeze was launched for uranium retail investors. So far, the subreddit has amassed over 18,200 members.
But how can you know which uranium stocks are the best to buy? Perhaps you’ve discovered a uranium firm in which you’d want to invest, but you’re unfamiliar with the market. The best things to keep up with are company-specific news, global news, and industry news. A uranium shortage, for example, might cause a price increase. For the time being, let’s look at three uranium stocks that are doing well in the market.
Top Uranium Stocks To Watch
Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE: UUUU)
Energy Fuels Inc. obtains, recovers, explores for, and sells uranium. Among other things, it owns and operates the Nichols Ranch project. It also has uranium property holdings and projects for exploration, permitting, and evaluation. The majority of its holdings are in Utah, Wyoming, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.
The corporation began the earnings season at the end of July, releasing its second-quarter results. As of the conclusion of the quarter, the firm had $98.8 million in working capital. The current inventory of Energy Fuels is worth $39.1 million.
Mark S. Chalmers, the President and CEO of Energy Fuels said, “Energy Fuels achieved another significant milestone in restoring U.S. rare earth supply chains when we recently announced the successful production of rare earth carbonate from U.S.-sourced natural monazite sand at our White Mesa Mill.” Based on this new info, will UUUU stock be on your watchlist in November?
Cameco Corporation (NYSE: CCJ)
Cameco Corporation is a uranium stock that is primarily engaged in the production and sale of uranium. The company’s two divisions are uranium and fuel services. The uranium division of Cameco mines, grinds, and buys and sells uranium concentrate. Its primary uranium asset is the Cigar Lake deposit in Canada. Its fuel services division refines, converts, and fabricates uranium concrete, as well as buys and sells conversion services.
The corporation released its second-quarter results for the year on July 28th. Revenue, gross profit (loss), and cash supplied by operations all decreased year over year. At the time, the corporation is still working to recover from the pandemic’s consequences.
CEO of Cameco, Tom Gitzel said, “We are taking the steps we believe are necessary, including investing in digital and automation technologies, to support the restart of our tier-one assets to create a more flexible asset base that will allow us to align our production decisions with our contract portfolio commitments and opportunities, allow us to eliminate the care and maintenance costs incurred while our tier-one production is suspended, and to benefit from the very favorable life-of-mine economics our tier-one assets provide.” Now that you know the latest about CCJ, will it make your uranium stock watchlist right now?
Denison Mines Corp. (NYSE: DNN)
Denison Mines Corp. is a mining stock that we have frequently discussed on our blog owing to its market velocity. The company’s stock price has risen dramatically during October. This is a uranium exploration firm established in Canada. Denison is involved in the development of several uranium projects throughout the country, notably the Wheeler River project, of which it owns 95 percent of.
The company announced the sale of Goviex shares and warrants for up to $41.6 million on October 21st. The business agreed to sell 32,500,000 common shares of GoviEx Uranium Inc. in a private transaction. Denison was holding these shares for investment purposes at the time. The corporation will get $15,600,000 in gross revenues and will retain 32,644,000 shares. Denison will get an additional $26 million in gross profits if the warrants are fully exercised.
This deal is expected to be completed by the end of October 2021. Denison has announced that the net proceeds of the deal will be used for general corporate purposes. It will be fascinating to see how this transaction plays out and how it affects the DNN stock price. With all of this in mind, will DNN be on your list of uranium stocks to keep an eye on?
Best Uranium Stocks To Buy?
Finding the best uranium stocks to buy can be a difficult process. That is why staying up to date on the newest market developments can be quite beneficial. In the case of most mining stocks, sector news is critical to the investment process. So, which uranium stocks will be on your radar in November 2021?
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