Is the CEO saying it's time to buy? Anyone.
"We are experiencing volatile markets for commodities, and especially now with the sell-off in crude oil. Uranium investors have endured a depressed and falling spot uranium price going back to the Fukushima incident in March 2011. Today, for the first time in almost four years, we are seeing fundamental shifts in the supply/demand picture that may favor rising uranium prices, and we're seeing the spot price move higher -- in fact, it's up by 35% from its lows of 2014."
"Most energy analysts are bullish on uranium for 2015, particularly when compared with other commodities. Today, at around $36/lb., there are strong reasons to believe that the bottom of the cycle has been reached and the future could well see significantly higher uranium prices. A once-in-a-generation opportunity may be in development here, and I want you to know that our Company is uniquely prepared and positioned for the turnaround in uranium prices and the global expansion in nuclear power."
Makes me wonder when the only news comes from Kent Moors. You would think that they would at least share industry news with there share holders
I own more than most directors own so lets see them stand up to the plate and show some confidence in their work.
Double from what price? If it doubles after it hits .75, I ain't gonna be too impressed I'll tell you cause I own it at around $2.30 avg price.
CGRW shines bright like a mid-day sun as Wall Street gets ready to take the stock past the $2.50 mark. Is this the start of the big run?
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