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All Hail King Homer Edition

Commodities include
>Precious metals
Gold, Silver, Platinum group metals
Oil, Natural Gas, Uranium, Coal
>Base Metals
Copper, Iron ore, Nickel, Lithium, Cobalt, Zinc, Lead
Water, Agricultural, Salt

More information for each commodity
Calculators for DD
Steer Clear List
News Sources

>Youtube channels to follow
Palisade Gold Radio, Mining Stocks Education, Sprott Money, Goldsilver pros (Rob Kientz), Finding Value Finance, Gregory Mannarino, Peter Schiff, Macro Voices, Crux Investor
>Canadian junior press releases

>What is Austrian economics?
>Austrian economics books
What has government done to our money (Rothbard), The mystery of banking (Rothbard), and Profit & Loss (Mises)

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Thank you baker!

>> No.56128295

You're welcome!
Nice minerals there

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baker baker rump shaker

>> No.56128689

If I get a masters in mineral resources/mining engineering, will there be demand for analyst roles in the feasibility/pre-feasibility part of mining? Minerals and mines fascinate me a lot as an idea, especially the geological and financial aspect of them. But I don't see myself working underground for more than during my studies. Surely there are some analyst type of office jobs with occasional travelling to mines for guys who have masters in science in mining?

>> No.56128869

i am not sure if there is major demand for analyst roles in the space your after, but i dont see why it wouldnt be a good idea to have that background for other jobs in mining. There are a lot of projects in the planning phase out there, but most are being worked on by consultant firms, not many companies have the cash to keep that sort of staff around all the time.

>> No.56128991

Mining engineering and mineral geology are always good degrees.

>> No.56129145

BROS I just got off a 2 week ban for calling someone a gynofag on /fit/. I sold my GDXU for a hot profit and am in SLV as per Gary instructions. I feel like I am gonna regret not jumping into GDXU again. Is everyone here also unleveraged or anyone in it with a 2 or 3× ETF? I feel like the idea of the time is here and we are headed to 5k has happened at least twice a year for a while now so maybe I might not miss much but damn if this is the one.

>> No.56129269

Wanted to add especially since we have no idea where we are on the cycle chart anymore.

>> No.56129560

I think there are companies out there that mostly do engineering or feasibility studies or technical reports. Some onsite work is typically included but it's just checking places out and verifying facts, if the information I've read in some of those papers is true. But it's the geologist who does that part not the engie if I understand correctly

>> No.56129607

the geo team usually does the field work / ground truthing and sampling. The lead geo and his two helpers will do the technical part of the work, writing up assessment work, mapping, deposit shape diagrams etc, while engineers are the ones who use that data to actually plan the mine out.

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Big train bump

>> No.56131002

Especially with an upcoming commodity cycle.

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Today and tomorrow will be crab day. Wed is the really restart trading

>> No.56131410

I'm disappointed with myself because I was swinging UUUU for months and making a small amount of money (at best it was offsetting some of my blunders). I did a revenge trade and made $6 a week ago, now I have no position and it shit green candles upwards. Feels bad.
Sure it keeps trending but it had three solid days in a row. Energy has been rallying (oil too) and being in and avoiding the trade both feel bad

Maybe I'll just buy more coal and copper or something

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>RBC also noted that uranium prices rose for a ninth consecutive week, as recent supply challenges remain top-of-mind along with steady demand interest from investors and utilities.
Fucking hell, this seems like the squeeze we were waiting for is now getting media attention and I have nothing
I want to lay on the floor

>> No.56131443

I know, I have some shitty monthly contributions set up for some trading accounts that I haven't touched, I'll just DCA into uranium and metals on those

>> No.56131854

>doesn't know how to reset a router
Besides I thought I saw you last thread, or is there a fourth sub ITT?

>> No.56132041

Just think about everything you do / have done as part of an overall strategy. Wanting to swing trade UUUU for months *and* buy+hold for the squeeze is like wanting to bottom-tick / win at roulette. I personally have held my U stocks since early 2021 with some light profit-taking along the way, and while I'm happy now & up a lot on a huge position, your returns relative to investment size probably beat mine and your annualized returns surely crush mine, 2.5yrs is a long opportunity cost. And it's only obvious in hindsight that this particular pump was gonna be bigger than the handful of others (also, very dependent on which company).
with that said please FOMO into my stocks

>> No.56132761

I take bans as legit vacations from here since the place isn't what it used to be. I think there are some other subs here besides me and Blue because I have seen them talk about his advice here.

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Fair enough I thought there was just three of us, but if you're not the guy who keeps complaining about him missing bottoms by 2% then I'll answer your question

Yes I am leveraged to the hilt. 3xSLV and 3xGDX, but I don't hold any scams- sorry "juniors" so I only deal with ETFs. I also sold my 3xGDX for a profit on the last top for lack of a better word but got back in on the leverage with the last call. My profits will cushion any choppiness we get this time if it's a false move but I'm still holding out for the bigun. Maybe I'll get kicked in the teeth but we'll see. There's no harm in holding unleveraged though and converting it after further confirmation but I'm just greedy.

>> No.56134377

oil keeps pumping but oil equities are getting cold feet a bit right now

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RAAAANNNAAAA stop trying to get vagene and create some shareholder value

>> No.56134564

Rhodium bros?

>> No.56134595

What price you selling UUUU at this time?

>> No.56134606

lol nice liquidity, absolutely flatlined

>> No.56134653

Last time i sold at something around $50 and made a killing. Good times.

>> No.56134702

You fucking legend

>> No.56134723

Just plan your entry and exit for every stock you own.

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is there a reason that so many gold/silver miners are down today?

>> No.56135366

The key for me is watching how the stock price reacts to the spot price.

>> No.56135380

Taking profit before wed jerome powell raising rate ?

>> No.56136186

Eloro has been absolutely demolished after releasing their inferred MRE. Almost at 3y lows. They are going to use a Steinert ore sorter for their operation... ring any bells...? I can remember an ore sorter being related to a certain stock we all know, as well as Quinton Hennigh's failed venture in Australia. Big resource though, lots of beta in case silver runs.

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>> No.56137622

Steinert are the major makers for ore sorters right now, so that kind of makes sense to order from them, but for a project of Iska Iska's size, ore sorting doesnt make sense. Their grades too low and too wide spread to make sorting upgrade their ore worth it. Didnt they infer too that their tin grade was equivalent to their silver grade or am i misremembering?

>> No.56138220

idk seems like a very weird decision. Any time ore sorters get mentioned my alarm bells start ringing

>> No.56138277

its beginning to feel like any time ore sorters come up, the projects grades in question. Ore sorters work, but not for a project like Iska Iska.

>> No.56138916

Hi PAN MAN, out of curiosity, how much reserves of molybdenum does Freeport-McMoran's Henderson Mine have? How many years are left there?

>> No.56139030

i honestly have no idea, but i can have a look! I know of that mine, but i dont have any data on it thats modern. On Freeport's website they say the Henderson Mine has been operating on reduced output since 2015 due to how the market for moly has been fairing. With output reduced, their probably just drawing from stopes setup a number of years ago, meaning limited new development work. Lower output means longer mine life, add on a fairly massive ore body, the mines not going away from lack of resource.

Market conditions could shutter the operation though, moly prices spike and crash, thats killed a number of great mines, such as Endako in my neck of the woods.

>> No.56139038

oh FYI Mining data online says that Henderson has a projected mine life til 2038 at current production.

>> No.56139047

crap dropped the link before posting.

>> No.56139063

Thanks so much, sir! You are very helpful.

>> No.56139064

don't the Chinese basically have a monopoly on molybdenum anyway? I think I have heard of a few moly mines in Canada that got shut down before they could even begin to produce because the chinks began to flood the market with cheap molybdenum from their own mines. I don't know anything about all the mines in China but it seems like moly is basically a market where they control most of the supply and demand

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not quite a monopoly but they buy a lot of it for the steel industry, as well as for a lot of lubrication purposes. Japan buys a lot of it as well for its steel industry as well, but not as much as they did 10 years ago. The markets for moly tanked after the US lowered trade tariffs on a bunch of metal concentrates a long ways back, the market swings wildly now depending on demand. Moly comes from dozens of copper mines as byproduct, so it usually ends up in massive barrel farms until the market demands 50 million pounds out of no where. There are also a few dozen mega scale mines sitting in the ground right now as moly prices are just to low the last few decades to make mining it viable. I know two mountains made of the stuff south of Houston BC, and another up by Kemess, no ones been interested in moly until earlier this year when the markets went nuts, then cooled out again.

>> No.56139169

speaking of, anyone want to buy a molybdenum mill? Endako's plant is for sale currently.

Its a bargain right now, but feels like a shame to see it mothballed. That was a great place for hundreds of people to work, it kept 3 towns in good jobs.

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I want to own this

>> No.56139214

>Its a bargain right now, but feels like a shame to see it mothballed. That was a great place for hundreds of people to work, it kept 3 towns in good jobs.
The joys of free trade /s

>> No.56139221

crazy market eh

>> No.56139248

i honestly dont see Endako coming back any time soon, prices are just too low to bother operating there, even with 448 million tonnes of ore ready to work.

>> No.56139288

It's a shame what free trade has done to our strategic industries and old towns that used to be centered around factories, mines etc.

>> No.56139313

in this case, its just how the market goes. There just isnt a massive need for molybdenum currently, and there are plenty of mines operating to keep prices cratered for decades. Same thing goes for Tungsten and a few other bulk ores, were just not using it right now, so it stays in the ground.

>> No.56139466

Ahh, I see.
I still tend to think, though, that we've become too reliant on China after shipping so much industry there.

>> No.56139722

I work at henderson and climax.

they change the estimated life every year as markets change. both mines *should* be done in 10-20 years, but it depends on demand and global production. Both henderson and climax have shut down repeatedly during my lifetime.

Freeport is sitting on literal mountains of moly in other locations though.

>> No.56140508

Because it's rigged.

>> No.56140512

I don't hold UUUU because it's a shitty company and they are run by pompous dumb fucks that are going to cause the company to go bankrupt.

My other stocks I'll hold till a ten x though.

>> No.56140517

I just want one mining company that's not a piece of shit and then even when you find a good one it's so undervalued it might as well be dog shit too.

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I've read the book, only 130 pages, incredible and dangerous.

>> No.56141363


Take a look at Northern Dynasty who holds the world's largest copper mine. For years it has been nothing but blue skys working up toward the permitting process, USACE staff made good comments, 1.2bil from Rio Tinto was lined up to fund the mine. Then Biden came in, USACE staff got swapped and delays were made, mine was denied and forced to be sent through an appeal process, it's been hitting legal blocks all of a sudden.

Now, State of Alaska is taking the EPA to supreme court over this mine, it'll be EPA vs Sackett 2.0 because this is over the clean water act, a "private unnamed organization" stepped in to help fund the legal process in exchange for a % of gold and silver, governer Dunleavy is ready to sue the EPA, as well as a legal member from on if he top institutional holders has stepped in to aid the company. I've dumped all my money into this, NAK is were I retire.

>> No.56141372

That's a permit roulette

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wasn't someone here recently pumping Aston Bay? maybe it was the director who just dumped over a million shares

>> No.56142233

What's it like working there? How deep is Henderson Mine?

>> No.56142653

I might short this thanks anon

>> No.56142771

It's like finding gravel in your coffee instead of sugar. It's like going to jail but with more rules. It's like buggy whips and tire chocks in your 4x4 truck every day. It's like honking twice before you back up and sometimes going to the lot and finding your truck missing so you take someone else's truck home instead. It's like being a safety officer or OSHA inspector at any regular job and everyone else is a safety officer too. It's like making a lot of money but it's still not quite enough.

How deep is Henderson Mine?
deep enough to be considered for the DUSEL

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It shouldn't sound too radial to think < pick globo-homo crew of your choice > is flooding immigrants into the first world ultimately for profit.
What I haven't heard is the next step. They always have a plan and make money going up and down.
>Bomb the fuck out of Vietnam
>Buy all of Vietnam
>Vietnam is now a tourist capital.
I see the same thing with the first and third world countries.
>Empty the third world, buy the country, convert it to the new first world
But how do I profit?

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>import all the wealthy choinese/indins
>have them bring all their $$$ to north america
>steal it all and kick them back to their home country penniless
We can dream
Captcha: NJWKKK

>> No.56143648

Is the pay at Henderson enough to live comfortably in the Denver area?

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>> No.56143912

let me guess. $CR?

>> No.56144106

Yeah. Been on a rip for a little while, then a stinky week so far. Planning to sell before year end but after november earnings

>> No.56144167

I took my chips off the table at like 5.5 myself. Moved it into higher quality names, but I'm eyeing the SMIDs in case I get a good opportunity to get some beta again for cheap

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>kick them back to their home country penniless
I imagine we would be the ones paying to flee the shithole they created and seek refuge in the former shithole these asses have emptied and built up to modern standards.
>The Inter-Continental is a five star hotel located in western Kabul, Afghanistan.

>> No.56144709

college is supposed to teach you how to think, provide a well rounded education, and some focus on a particular field. Lots of professors are not rich and think they are smart. Lots of C level students get rich because the don't wast time and fluff, they go for what makes money. Learning is always good, you can apply the concepts to many fields in mining, or associated with mining (finance, regulation, computer software, chemicals, machinery, repair work for mining equipment, environmental, whatever.). If you are interested in it you will learn more faster. Don't go into debt for it though. If you start the degree constantly be thinking, planning, preparing for what you are going to do after you get the degree. You can change your mind along the way but a least be thinking and preparing for it. I was getting my degree all the old professors told me mining, oil, and diamonds were all dead ends because everything was already found and exploited. Turns out they were laid off and went into teaching. It was the worst advice they gave because I listened and they steered me into a field I never really liked.

>> No.56145091

>I was getting my degree all the old professors told me mining, oil, and diamonds were all dead ends because everything was already found and exploited. Turns out they were laid off
What stupid niggers. They experienced one bear market cycle and decided mineral extraction industries are dead forever.

>> No.56145352

Minerals, oil, and diamonds will always be in demand, albeit with fluctuating demand.

>> No.56145698

>use a Steinert ore sorter
I know of a company that does not mine anything that has ore sorter, but only used for photo ops. Its like magic. No mining, stock dilution, CEO makes money off suckers.

>> No.56145716

I know that now, but as an inexperienced young person you think these old fags have broad knowledge and experience. They were just coasting and pretending.

>> No.56145773

>Is the pay at Henderson enough to live comfortably in the Denver area?
sure, if you're married to someone else that works at the mine and have a couple roommates that also work at the mine and you all live together in a one bedroom shack halfway to Brighton.

most of 4chan is now priced out of colorado
most humans are now priced out of colorado.

>> No.56145796

but seriously, you're gonna be paying about $2k in rent in Denver, which is about half your take-home. You likely won't ever be able to buy a house there on a mining salary I'd guess. Homes start around $500k and your payment is going to be what, $3-$4k per month on a mortgage?

>> No.56145806

this is assuming you're not getting married.

buying a house here now pretty much requires marriage to a person that makes as much as you or more.

>> No.56145814

That's what I figured.

>> No.56145825

I have siblings who bought houses in the Denver area 10 and 20 years ago. They're set. But people moving there now better be loaded in order to afford it.

>> No.56145847

I bought in the mountains 20 years ago and will be pretty comfy when I sell.

but yeah, everyone moving here is someone that bought somewhere else decades ago. We're reaching a point where almost nobody can afford that first house.

>> No.56145891

Redpill me on BOIL

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>Biden was supposed to refill the SPR when oil was under $70 a barrel
>Oil has been under $70 a barrel for fewer than 20 days in total over the last year
Where is the top? Are we going to hover around $90-100 for a while and drop down again or are we going to $120, $140, or beyond?

>> No.56146557

Have you been on this general for longer or are you 'new' here? We regulars happen to know of a certain company that does exactly this, it was a big deal here at one point and many anons got suckered into the scam. I wonder if we're thinking of the same company.

>> No.56147258

I just talked to one of my siblings who lives in Denver Metro and the whole are just seems like a shit hole nowadays, like the Rocky Mountains' answer to California.
My sibling was telling me about the road rage, violence, garbage, homeless encampments, drug users everywhere, crowdedness even in the mountains, etc.

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>> No.56147811

That Denver?

>> No.56147901


some great news out of Goliath Resources with the Golddigger Property.

>> No.56148369

The colorado mountain area has always been a shithole. But now instead of conservative white trash it is indeed becoming more liberal and multicultural trash. A lot like california.

My family has worked mining moly for 4 generations now, we'll hit 100 years at climax and later henderson in about 8 years from now if either me or my kid is still working for freeport at that time.
The demographics and habits of underground miners haven't changed much in that time. As I mentioned before, most of the miners here are pretty liberal, union, and a solid third are hispanic. This has always been the case.

>> No.56148428

Downtown denver has always been infested with homeless and drug users as long as I've been alive. Which is a pretty long time. It was never a safe or nice place to be.

Our mining towns are pretty rough too. Lots of booze and fighting. You might like it. But I'd avoid Denver. I usually do.

>> No.56148506

but you eventually got into commodities industry or not?

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encouraging hits by GOT recently


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>PM going up before FOMC
Not good.

>> No.56152765

>eventually got into commodities
I did, but it took a long time. Once in I saw how fucking retarded the "professors" really where and saw the resurgence in drilling and production. Moved up quickly and made good money. Lot of work changing fields. I bought my own books and studied hard after work to learn the engineering and with that how to evaluate companies.

>> No.56152809

>Gary and Andy made a video together

>> No.56153206

who are you quoting?

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>> No.56153527

let's see
>no recession until 2027 (ignore that we changed its definition though)
>rates to start coming down by EOY 2024
>2% inflation target pushed back until 2026
in other words, the Federal Reserve promises with a hand on their chest that high inflation will continue for years to come.

>> No.56154561

Are Henderson and Climax union mines?

>> No.56154756

That's impressive. So you became some sort of an analyst working in the pfs team of a mining company/consultancy? How would you say is the career progression in the industry for a fresh masters graduate? I heard there are a lot of boomers retiring as everywhere but only a little new enrolls filling those empty seats so it's bullish right? Also how difficult is it to start your own projects due to all the regulations? Does that even happen like let's say in commercial RE you have development managers who after a decade or so try their own luck does that happen in mining?

>> No.56156174

its still a LONG time away from becoming a mine, but its still an interesting location.

>> No.56156457

Oil is going to zero.

>> No.56156581

Oil is far too useful -- the most versatile industrial feedstock of all -- to ever go to zero except very short term, like that little blip at the start of 2020.

>> No.56156694

god I wish, I would sell my home and take on debt to go all in

>> No.56156778

Lion one has their mill turning, first pour coming

>> No.56157592

looks like their doing first stage running to see if anything is buggered up in their process line, first real mill run should be very soon if their at this stage.

>> No.56158442

Dane? Is that you?

>> No.56159366

"Russia temporarily limits exports of gasoline and diesel"
We are getting a second inflation spike, aren't we? This must be a war tactic to persuade West to stop aiding Ukraine

>> No.56159748

Guess we're all about to hold through the bloodbath phase :)

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Not again

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>have been buying the dip for 3 years
>keeps dipping

>> No.56160537

I'm just sold and bought leverage. Either I make it or die. Don't tell Gary.

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Same. Bought the bottom in 2020 but didn't believe in the gold rally that followed, sold at some tiny gain and then gold mega pumped. Now been bleeding for 3 years straight. Buy high sell low, I'll never recover financially or mentally.

>> No.56160626

Anyone got some Uranium and Copper tips?

>> No.56160854

Same. Ive got enough Ur positions not to fomo, still sucks. But there's plenty of other stuff not running yet to stack

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might take $28-$30 silver and $2100 gold to save us and sentiment to return for miners

>> No.56161385

what kinds of tips

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It's over

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the Vortex mania seems to be over, maybe means good news, eventually, for Atlas Chads

>> No.56161875

That one was an obvious pump, $140M market cap on nothing but a plot of untested land.

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Good tickers with a decent innings.

>> No.56162578

pudding fu?

>> No.56163101

CCJ, KAP.IL, EU.V, DNN, NXE (be aware NXE has very high g&a, management loves siphoning money out of it, but excellent uranium project)

>> No.56163933

My AGQ worked out today, not so much my GDXU.

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Fuck you Vortex!


>> No.56165320

Are you a degenerate? If you are you'll like it.

>> No.56167146

Did Gary stop out of his recent buy setup yet?

>> No.56167953

He capitulated
His last video on YouTube is titled "It's over"
Sad to see him go like this

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Gentlemen I thought Salt was a sure thing, kindly explain sers.

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If the roastie CEO at TPR doesn't get the domes sold you have 25 years to buy dips and average in on SALT

>> No.56168822

Whenever people pour in to shill something with every green candle quoting sources like ceo.ca you can usually disregard them completely.

I have no idea what the future holds for SALT, but the shills were saying "17x in literally two weeks" at $4 and are now unironically saying two more years to get back to previous highs lol.

>> No.56168833

I bailed when they announced that dodgy promo

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Salty digits, I actually added some yesterday at .72US

>> No.56169020

Salt has low value per ton, and it'll take years to develop a project like this anyways. Once they have funding in place and actually begin developing, then I'll look at it again. Once again junior miner investors get too excited too quick and overvalue something with literally zero prospect of cash flow for at least the next three or five years

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Checked, bloddy basterds tricked me again, mader bitch

>> No.56169072

Good luck anon. I'll take a look in a couple years maybe if I haven't missed it by then but for now I'll stick to PM ETFs

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thanks bro
Salt is probably better than 75% of the plays dropped here in the last 3 yrs. It's tough to say if the soon to be announced team will be a catalyst and boost sp. I'm guessing a small bump that could be gone a week or 2 later. And it's unknown how fast TPR will create shareholder value, or not. But I think if we wait the excitement will return at some point and we can decide then how much to sell in the next run.

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>> No.56169916

You good have been rich like me. But you bought Gold and made shit profit while bitcoin went up 65% bwahahahah! What a nerd. Trying to make it big off gold when it cannot even beat 2% inflation and gues how much prices rose this year. Wage slaves going to wage slave.

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ummm sweaty we're energy bulls here

>> No.56170044

Your gas prices and energy bill will rise faster than your commodities profits nerd. Bitcoin is the only thing that makes more money than the energy used to mine it. Bitcoin'er are rich. Who ever heard of a commodities trader beating the market? Definitely not you retail cuc

>> No.56170052

sorry sweaty my electricity prices are locked in for the next few years so it looks like only you'll be suffering from those.

>> No.56170138


In my opinion it's one of the safest bets out there regarding juniors, just a longer term thing now because the project got delayed, but this has been clear for a while now.
Nothing will happen until they start the mine construction or at least figure out the funding for it, so this is going to do fuckall except maybe bleed until they get things going.
I'm going to multiply my bag if I can. I'd be really happy to see it fall to .50-.80 range before they get anything done.
Of course if and when TPR gets sold or trades, the price will immediately pull multiples so I hope that doesn't happen too quickly.

>> No.56170194

You still have to eat bitch... your prices will rise faster than your profits. You will be old millionaire worth todays 10k. I will be a billionaire.

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my prices will rise 10% a year. My returns will rise 100% a year. I'll be a millionaire in a few years.
>Verification not required.

>> No.56170755

Where are my morning gains going?

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>> No.56171265

those evil Palestinians are at it again!!

>> No.56172064

>while bitcoin went up 65% bwahahahah
so why not buy the undervalued asset?

>> No.56172464

>So you became some sort of an analyst working in the pfs team of a mining company/consultancy?
I moved into oil/gas when "fracking" was getting big. I had been finding info online and studying and found a government agency was hiring to staff up their program to handle all the permits and regulations. I tested and scored higher than the other inside candidates who were already working there. Once I started I met with project managers from the oil companies who knew nothing about the government regulations and did not care either, also the old experts never seemed to have learned any of the new pressure transient analysis techniques. If they made money they were brilliant, if they lost money it was the government's fault. The real value in working for the government for a while was I got to look through all the files, 100 years of project data, from many, many companies and many locations. I could tell exactly what a company was trying to with their proposal even if they were not clear about it. also, there was a option for companies to request their data be kept confidential for five years while they tested new areas, but I got full access to it. I learned data analytics and how to use SQL and Excel to query large data sets we had and build simple but effect data analysis tools ( I was watching certain business submit fraudulent data to cover their real operations - you learn more about the business from the cheats than from legit operators). I could evaluate quickly new project proposals, approve faster, or point out what needed to be fixed. I moves up quickly to run the whole operation. Other folks before me retired and moved into the private industry at high levels because they understood what it took to make a project work. If you go into consulting you will see, hopefully, many projects from many different companies and this will give you great insight into what works and what does not. - getting error message my post is too long....

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>> No.56174441

For U3O8 allocate heavily to CCJ & URG (actively producing companies), allocate a smaller portion to DYLLF (near term producer). Ignore the DNN shills (ceo is tiny hat).
For copper NAK is good speculative one.
You didn't ask but for platinum I really like Sibanye Stillwater.

>> No.56174467

DNN is trash. Earliest that Phoenix will start producing is 2028. (((CEO))) uses the ATM like he's playing the piano. URG has more potential, less dilutive risk & has a producing asset.
Don't fall for DNN propaganda. Read the fine print assumptions in their investor presentation. Trash.

>> No.56174629

NAK is shit for copper exposure. That shit is entirely a political speculation. It's mired in legal, political and environmental issues and until those all get truly solved the stock remains a pure speculation.

Sibanye has continued sucking dick for years on end but maybe it's finally not shit now idk haven't checked.

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>> No.56174760

good for you. That company has a terrible track record and the longer term chart reflects that as well.

>> No.56175168

Did the I-80 shorter make the big bucks or did he close his short for 5% gains?

>> No.56175177

I keep thinking these are MTG Island symbols every time I see that picture

>> No.56175189

If Salt had the value that everyone claimed then it would have been bought out after the FS. It's generally a bad sign when the junior explorer goes to build the mine out themselves. Bleeding SP reflects this.

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>> No.56175834

i never get tired of this webm

>> No.56176267

In their presentation they are too vague about producing
I didn't even find any info on the 2028 start of production estimate
What do you think if Encore Energy?
They want to start producing in 2023 on their Rosita project this year and then ramp up production at other as the years go on

>> No.56177165

Encore is the best uranium stock in the sector.

>> No.56177224

It's not in their shill puff pieces. Read the 8/9/2023 "Denison Announces Filing of Technical Report for Wheeler River" fine print.
>Best case scenario is them missing this bull run
Don't let (((them))) steal from you
>$5.2m CMMG oldfag who knows
Encore is fine in terms of production timelines, very solid projects in their portfolio, I just don't like their risk in terms of dilution.
>CMMG oldfag uranium weighting
40% CCJ, 30% URG, 20% DYLLF, 10% BNNLF
Godspeed anon.

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forget picrel

>> No.56177377

What do you think about Kevin Bambroughs opinion on CCJ, he does not seem to favor them. "They have foolishly sold shit loads of lbs and given up probably a billion or two in profits for this bull run and will burn cash buying uranium high and delivering into shit contracts". What if the uranium price spikes and they need to buy alot in the open market to cover their long term contracts?

>> No.56178469

Update from Scottie:


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I am not terribly worried. They have lbs on book & are receiving lbs from Orano as well.
They are the most de-risked company in the industry. Their strategic move away from longterm fixed contracts will allow them to achieve a greater % of sales at or above spot.
>Kevin Bambroughs doesn't like them
I don't care.

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Picrel is inventories & receivables breakout.

>> No.56179329


>> No.56179720

So how come GDX(U) lost all its gains after we opened yesterday?

>> No.56179953

Looks fake desu

>> No.56180138
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I gotta stop falling in love with whores bro. I know it's bad and I'm not really in love with them but damn they get me every time.

Nothing better than a girl infatuated with you and wanting your dick..

>> No.56180530

which app is this? i like chicks who fall into the brat kink type shit

>> No.56180876

What's happened with uranium lately? Reliable podcast here says that some of the market share of the space has been changed

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Is this true bros? I thought FS is near the bottom of the lassonde curve

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Uranium spot price practically at $70.

>> No.56181457

Fuck me, I accidentally sold out of HURA.TO last week since Canada doesn't let you use stop orders, only stop limits, and I ended up basically turning my stop into a market sell. Feels bad man.
Gonna start DCAing into U again

>> No.56181847 [DELETED] 

Pretty sure TSX supports stop limits, who are you using as your broker?

>> No.56181859

Pretty sure TSX supports On-Stop Orders, who are you using as your broker?

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Questrade but I think it's just a thing

>> No.56183975

last second bump

>> No.56184351
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Standing by.

>> No.56185176


Interesting bit about supply chain issues.

>> No.56187011
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Has anyone heard anything from Cassiar gold recently? I cant get their website to load.

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By the way, UUUU blew past resistance and is pushing higher highs. It's also above 20 and 50 MA and had a golden cross. This energy / uranium rally has legs. If you don't have a position, wtf are you doing.

>tfw no position because botched exit a few weeks ago

>> No.56190181

SUU to $1.25 CAD EOW


>> No.56190188

You using their Edge platform? Or just the web interface?

>> No.56190263

>If you don't have a position, wtf are you doing.
I'm simply not chasing green candles. Oil is pulling back before another small rally into resistance and then a bigger pullback where it may then resume the uptrend. Meanwhile Silver is screaming that metals are finding a bottom.

If you're not already holding a green position in energy then you missed the move.

>> No.56190279

Im using edge web, which is different from their simple trading ui

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Is the site broken is something actually habbening?

>> No.56190739


It's accurate.

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did Goliath finally deliver the bonanza?

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I'm salty

>> No.56193421

cant wait to see those results!

>> No.56194510

U bros... we won https://www.equities.com/news/the-black-swan-event-about-to-spike-uranium-prices-again/

>> No.56194956

Cameco is the only company which can post an operational disaster but have it impact the supply of the underlying commodity it produces that it appreciates wildly in value lmao. The last big spike was after the Cigar Lake flood, no?

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>> No.56195949
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>salty cmmg chad bag holding Atlas Salt down 30%

>> No.56196068

No I avoided that meme. I tied $4000 up in U for a year or two and then derisked with the bear market and now Im left behind like every other opportunity in my life

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look at the bright side, Vortex announced today their Mickey Mouse operation has hired some college kids to analyze their core and dropped 16%


>> No.56196129

that's good news anon, you can buy SALT now!

>> No.56196341

I'm peak midwit, I can't get ahead but I can't fuck up either
I always end up back where I start

>> No.56197113

Cannabis is ripping it higher with uranium it looks like. But psilocybin/psychedelic stocks aren't pumping yet.

Thoughts on when it might move?

>> No.56197619

The strategy really was to buy right before the bloodbath and hold through it, huh.

>> No.56197629

Dont remind me of TRUFF, lost $150 on that shit

>> No.56197646

dude everything falls in place, looks like it's crafted

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>he think he can time the market

>> No.56198613

Some are pumping like CYBN.

You’re retarded if you aren’t accooming now. They have enough cash for like the next 3 years while generating new legal revenue streams while they bide their time for psychedelic legalization.

>> No.56198642

we told you u dumb mfr

>> No.56198791

Yeah I'm feeling like uranium is about to rocket. It's a $70 a pound for fucks sake and the equities are still down. This is when Rick rule was supposed to be cashing out.

>> No.56198795

I'll never touch cannabis again. I found a legit company, village farms and the stock dropped 70%.

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Salt to $5 within 18 months, checkem

>> No.56199767

>What if the uranium price spikes and they need to buy alot in the open market to cover their long term contracts?
Why would they need to cover anything? There is nothing to cover. These are not futures contracts, they're long term fixed price contracts negotiated directly between the supplier and the offtaker. If this Bamborough dude is too retarded to understand that these aren't futures contracts then he's probably an idiot not worth listening to. I recall somebody posting here a year or two ago, beating the drum about Cameco being on the verge of bankruptcy because he was lapping up the bullshit this misinformed retard was spewing

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>> No.56199828

and also spot basically follows the contracted market. The contracted market IS the uranium market. Spot literally does not matter. Even juniors are likely going to start signing fixed price contracts once they get their mines going.

>> No.56199916

but, he will. you should be cautious. he has been in the trade longer than you. none of those people are here, we are late-comers. they were doing their research in 2011, checking back in every few years. their cost basis is a fraction of yours. don't throw caution to the wind.

>> No.56199925

this is wrong too. physical-holding funds like SPUT can also sign a term contract, genius. it's a self-fulfilling prophecy for them -- for now.

>> No.56199973

I was speaking in practical terms. Of course there is a spot market as well.

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PSA -- do not sell U3O8 producers.

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the vortex dump continues, SALT bros will ultimately prevail

>> No.56202071

What is it that compels people to keep shilling NAK, year after year?

>> No.56202086

bagholding, I assume

>> No.56202093

You'd think at some point they'd give up, right?

>> No.56202110

I mean we still have BBBYQ and GME generals, you tell me

>> No.56202114

Good point..

>> No.56202148

Good. I guess hearing about 2 years of planned studies by university students doesn't excite investors.

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That Vortex news release was one of the dumber ones I've seen

>> No.56202232

just looked, Vortex down around 27% the last 2 days, kek

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The absolute state of fud bots.

>> No.56203641

Buy more.

>> No.56204322

How you holding up holding through the bloodbath phase?

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I sold everything the other day and I'll buy back in on the full moon.

>> No.56204672

I'm enjoying my o&g and uranium gains.

>> No.56205686

As Cushing empties and as OPEC cuts medium sour shipments I am comfortably holding my Canadian heavy oil plays.

>> No.56205758

Based. CNQ?

>> No.56206045

We shall dethrone CN rail in market cap soon. Inshallah.

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I had a $4,000 position that I closed at a loss because the market was getting raped

>> No.56206389


And like that, the exploration sector in BC is fucked. I cant say it any other way. What a stupid court ruling.
Sorry everyone looking at projects in BC, new staking is probably off the table in the coming year.

>> No.56206466

I guess its time to find a new territory to work in, I didnt think the British Columbia gov would be stupid enough to allow a court case like that to go through, but dam was i wrong. I am not sure how this will even work, it will mess up so much work and legal setups.

>> No.56206628

So will this effectively shut down or horribly slow down new mining projects in BC?

>> No.56206677

basically this ruling states that the province should have to give the power of granting mineral / placer tenures (claims) to the bands, or at least give them the option to say yes or no to claim staking. How this will actually work, bands who hate mining / industry will just blanket say "no" to new claims and permits, or even rescind existing claims as they see fit. The bands that like mining will use this to force massive pay outs from people or companies wanting to work in their territory. Junior companies wont be able to pay, but the mega corps will.

I have no idea how this will work, but the province has 18 months to work on a stop gap measure. There will be court battles over this, from explorers / miners and native bands i am sure. Unfortunately, due to this being a supreme court ruling, little can be done. Signing Canada up to UNDRIP was the worst mistake this country ever made.

>> No.56206719

>Implying they aren't getting bribed and given gifts to cause artificial scarcity of resources

>> No.56206743

to a point it was already how the system worked, but not blatant bribery. This will basically mean only those with major money will be allowed to hold or work with mineral rights in BC moving forward. kills off the little guys like me, and most junior mining too, as a lot of the bands dont want them working in their "territory" anyway.
I dont see how this doesnt end up in a massive court battle, the province has fucked up badly with this.

>> No.56207266

That is a shitty situation.

>> No.56207378

Dang my heart skipped a beat when I seen Trillion at $1.22.. reverse split

>> No.56207554

Hopefully nobody held on after TTF gas pricing went to hell a year ago.

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>> No.56209771

Stocks and Bitcoin are green while gold and silver are red. It's funny to be frank.

>> No.56209791

No it's pure manipulation and desperation. The entire market, from commodities over bonds to stock ponzis has been for 18 months nothing more than liquidity hunting by (((market makers)))

>> No.56210014

You have to find it a little funny. We got told how we don't want to be holding during a bloodbath, then get told to buy right before the bloodbath and to just hold through it.

>> No.56210055

No I don't find it funny. I knew what was happening and despite proper risk management, my positions were sold to market manipulaters and in extreme market manipulation my stop losses hit. Some faggots initiated the most irrational trap door trades through futures manipulation to "teach me" a lesson, and the lesson I learned was, that the only way forward is recruiting people from the streets, bars, and different internet forums and radicalize them into a bloody revolution

When shit hits the fan, and the protests start, I'm ready to go full 1789

The idiots didn't create a Voltaire, but a Robbes Pierre

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ARX my beloved
TOU my beloved (might dump you for more ARX though)
CNQ my beloved
KAP my beloved (fuck you for having a red day today though)

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Bros let me know when there's blood in the streets and we should buy. For 3 years I've been buying the dip and it keeps dipping lower.

>> No.56210687

Blood in the streets means truly blood in the streets this time. The blood of administrators, politicians, bankers, journalists, "experts", monopolists and socialists

>> No.56210754

the time will come when you are seriously considering either never playing in the stock market ever again, or suicide

>> No.56210773

it's frustrating bro, meanwhile gold doing well in Shanghai over $2k

>> No.56210787

Gold? That story is deader than dead. Even more dead than the subverted incestuous degenerate silver story of free mason wannabe narratival leaders

>> No.56210817

If you want to get in on a uranium microcap explorer that is priming for a pump, buy CSE:OBRN. $1.2 million mcap, 24m share float. Property is an older past producing mine in Arizona, they intend on using ISR, have already acquired the equipment. Raise is coming up for drill program, but there's lots of pumpers that could push things up quickly. The entire float exchanged hands in the past week, old bag holders are mostly gone. So if you're up for a little of the ol' in and out, buy a seat at the table.

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kek, when I'm in my bunker and have the rope ready is when I'll deploy all remaining liquidity

>> No.56210831

Uranium ponzis are totally overvalued

>> No.56210852

oh fuck uranium microcaps are starting to pop up to cash in on the buzz. First sign of exuberance, but we're a long way from decadence yet

>> No.56210878

You've convinced me. Buying NAK now.

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RSI means nothing in this market while the spot price keeps going up.

The first of hopefully many. You have to play to win in the uranium shitco lottery.

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for the last week fidelity keeps hitting me with an offer of 5.75% to make my shares available to short. Those fucking kikes aren't getting a single share

>> No.56211159

>Tourmaline Oil
>It produces mostly gas

>> No.56211165

Yes. So does ARX. I am long NA natty.

>> No.56211194

The "hype" started in November last year, gradually got driven up in January, did a ultra hype together with "AI" in Mai June and now funnily, shills have been trying to dump their crapranium ponzi paper again on /biz/ not realizing this board is dead and that they are the biggest fools holding paper ponzi crap companies

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>> No.56211221

Uhh, it's not just Murritards and Chyna scammers as jews trying to manipulate narratives here
Say your line scammer
>Esl hihihihi

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touch a nerve, did I?

>> No.56211410

ah that's fair, yes.
but, if it serves the portfolios of people who have more money than you, there will be a whirlwind feedback loop: CCJ buys pounds in spot, funds that own these spot-pounds, especially SPUT, take this cash and sign term contracts with undervalued producers and developers that are about to become producers, equities skyrocket in these companies, URNM appreciates, sprott wins. more pounds off the term market, all other producers quote higher U prices, and now funds have more pricing power because, as you say, spot following term. does CCJ buy pounds in spot again? at some point, no, and it all unwinds.
so it does matter, a lot, because of the funds. without the funds, it would not matter.

>> No.56211478

No you just confirmed what I thought. Your cult is going to be on the chopping block the same as the rest.

>> No.56211545

tell me more.

>> No.56211563

Your golden boy really fucked up. The judge preventing him to spill the beans won't stop the inevitable

>> No.56211573


>> No.56211604

Say nigger, nigger

>> No.56211617

nigger, nigger
who are you talking about?

>> No.56211648

Oh. You are really just a regular faggot, one never knows on this board.
Sam Bankman Fried, the former golden boy of the "effective altruism"/neo-marxist scam cult

>> No.56211669

lol you mean the ATX jew? What the fuck does he have to do with me snidely pointing out your minor spelling error?

>> No.56211690

This board has been hijacked by their cult in some failed behaviorism experiment to test their models and methods to domesticate anon, but you are obviously just a regular faggot sniffing his farts

>> No.56211694

I must say this is the first time I encounter this flavor of schizoposting.

>> No.56211701

Oil and uranium, fuck gold and silver

>> No.56211706

I agree, for now.

>> No.56211720

No, you are just blind to the bigger game, that has been played.

>> No.56211726

games are always played everywhere but that doesn't mean much.

>> No.56211745

Not every game is the same
Some games are played by fart huffing failures that thought they figured all out and can manipulate the future with speech, controlling speech that need to be reminded with fire and sword, that they don't, and that they can bleed out like every other human

>> No.56211759

it's a boring and unwinnable game. Manipulation by speech never works forever. It's a nothingburger.

>> No.56211789

Graeme changes company name to Bayhorse Energy after radiation detected near the mine office's smoke detector

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>> No.56211798

Their cult unfortunately managed to subvert by different means, like bribery, many decision making and agenda setting positions in society. But luckily they lost their power over thought, ironically enough following their own methodology.

>> No.56211804

I have made excellent gains by following his very simple advice on uranium stocks, to just pick the biggest and sit on them. Thank you Rick.

>> No.56212081

I remember on Friday how I felt like the bloodbath was going to hit metals despite assurances it wouldn't and decided not to sell EOD. I fucking wish I did. This was a bad call. Really bad.

>> No.56212119

At least you don't have some unteachable cult faggots trying to teach you a lesson specially hunting your positions with the most irrational trades ever seen in a market, bot

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DXY soaring again today, Bidenomics is working!!!

>> No.56212161

Dxy has been soaring for 12 weeks. Funnily the exact moment when my stop loss on my dxy position was hit

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good timing anon, did you lock in some gains before Rick?

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I'm in no hurry

>> No.56212239

And when I say this game ends with the cult getting beheaded I mean it

The data speaks for itself, and no amount to credits is going to change the data

>> No.56212253

watch for the RRR (Rick Rule Rugpull)

>> No.56212272

Nobody literally nobody still watches jewtube advertising, let alone is "influenced" by it

>> No.56212274

anon, this is the world's biggest uranium producer and the second biggest uranium equity by market cap. Rick can't rugpull me here... r-right?

>> No.56212283

UUUU bros...... what went so damn wrong?

>> No.56212709

I am simply shocked right now. I can't believe I really believed "metals will not be affected by the stock market downturn and will bottom earlier". 3x market etf like UPRO and SOXL are holding up while regular silver and gold etfs are bleeding.

>> No.56212778

I think it has been said quite enough already that commodities, precious metals included, are not insulated from a market crash. In a crash, if there's a bid it'll get sold. And gold always has a bid.

>> No.56213026

gold mother chod bros.

I am ruined

>> No.56213323

move >>56213315