Maybe. The only question is which Opium you want to smoke. Whichever who anyone likes. It's up to us. I like this. Everybody make their bets according to interests, numbers and strategy, sectors, timelines,... SEC, GOV, WS.. make their laws and rules.. That's the game. Unless you have confidential or privileged information you are not essentialy in better position than others who bet on long.
Unless you are short (you are in fact on risk) I cannot understand how you can waste your time writting here.
All we recognize it's a shaky area. URZ has performed badly, as bad as all this entire sector (CCJ, UEC, DNN...). You surely know that is in this shaky area where it's decided if you buy or make a short bet. Neither of these two ways of trading are risk-free. Again, it's up to us. URZ is trading so low due to it's early stage production status and low yellow-cake prices. Fundamentals for this industry are not bad in the long play but nothing or nobody can asure this to us in the future. Equally URZ can success.
Finantial Enviroment is not kind with enterprises as URZ, But to date, Debt Load is low, as it doesn't exist. Is trying to improve it's cash to operate (not to pay debt) and it's contratcs inspire confidence. Tests show that proportion of U3O8 is high. This has to be added to the fact that this properties are well allocated, nearby big players' ones.
If you have had the oportunity to listen to it's CEO you can guess he trusts in his job and he knows well how to manage the company as he seems to me more a hardworking farmer than an executive. I could listen to him.
And don't miss the fact that more than 15% of the shares are in director hands.
You can be right, of course, but you surely can understand I don't share your point of view and don't wish you to be lucky. We agree we are seeing a very important chapter in URZ history. I bet URZ will success. Maybe URZ is one of the few Co in this sector which can do it.
Loses can be quite big. Earnings too, even more.