I never meet as many millionaires in life as I do on an anonymous yahoo message board. Anyway, had a URG shareholder gone asleep last week friday and woke up this morning, the week would of looked pretty boring. Hope all have a great weekend
Wonder if any of the former Aventine holders have been selling. Down 40% since the merger. Hows that for unlocking the value of the Aventine assets? Sad thing for shareholders is that until earnings come out, there is no clarity about the future viability of the company.
good one! Yes my entry at .88 and .83 have not served me well. Still holding though. Take'er easy pave
But, don't worry there will be more.
the real point is that on this most recent run, the stock has done very little retracement. The window of opportunity to re-enter continues to get pushed higher and higher.
this isn't even close to being down. I'm sure you bought the bottom on friday, and sold today. right....... you freak
get some sleep you 24/7 pumping machine. you seem particularly loopy today. You might consider taking a page out of sarges playbook and retiring this id for awhile. This stock is toast. crisp, burnt, smokey toast.
down more than 30% since the 9th of June - nice call there Ms crash. squealllllll..... you little piglet. You can delete as many of your idiotic posts as you want but you are still a fraud.
time to bring in the sheeple for another round of shearing. Anyone who thinks that $48 a barrel oil, a drought in California, and a pile of debt from a company that hasn't shown it's books in over 2 years is a good thing raise your hand. If on the other hand, you think Neil isn't above buying some shares on the open market to make it appear as if he is confident in his handiwork I say take the $7.72 and run for the exits.
nice to see .65 hold. Jeffrey Klenda did an excellent job communicating the companies business philosophy, and its financial resolve to be a lean, mean uranium producing machine. The management team seemed sharp and focused on execution so needing an expensive, big picture CEO type probably isn't that important for the next few years.
Probably a lot of truth to the idea that once you are a producer, a lot of the voodoo revolving around business execution gets excised and all that is left is quantity sold x cost per unit = eps. Still, if solid business fundamentals ever come back in vogue, and the company rewards shareholders with a divvy and some modest stock appreciation that might be all an investor can hope for.
nope, I was going on vacation and wanted to be in something that in my world is "low risk" so I didn't have to day trade it. At the time .87 seemed like a good entry point, and I was looking for a range of mid .80's to $1.13. URG is a good company and has earnings. This stock could just as easily be $1.68 as .68.
Pinhead, aren't you the one who posted that you bailed back around the 27th? For now that seems to be the low. Definitely bites to lose money especially when you have to watch it rally 7 pts over the subsequent 3 days.
in a word, no. My working thesis on a a thinly traded penny stock like urg, is that price and liquidity manipulation is a constant. My goal is to be on the MM side of the trade. The good news: Fundamentally, this is a good company. Lots of short term catalysts here. It'll be interesting when all the traders come back from vacation.
kind of scratched my head when I saw that they paid $39.39 for the 200K that they bought on the spot market. and then turned around and sold 70K @$36.50 into spot. They need to do a better job of managing their cash flow.
I always like the urg..... cause it made me sound like a pirate. If you like Wed's moves I bet you were ok with todays. 2nd half of the week was interesting. If I get to vote, I'm hoping that Thursday's retest marked the bottom. Seems to me a fella could make some fast money between here and .87