Uranium stocks are dirt cheap, and posed for a turnaround, as the world turns to nuclear energy for clean fuel. Japan is turning on their nukes, India is adding, Russia's sweet deal with the U.S. ended, and demand will outstrip supply in the near future. I picked up FCUUF this week.
Eagle has a point. They continue the dubious strategy of losing money each quarter, evidently to avoid taxes, but at what cost? They're avoiding share price growth. They've also always said they'll turn it around next quarter, and they never do. Yet the technology of API may finally be catching fire. I've been diversifying with a portfolio of Bowser stocks and Fool picks. I put way too much into this dog ten years ago and it's cost me dearly. But I feel the technology will overcome the poor management in time. I should have stuck to real estate which I know well. Who knows? Maybe my new book about Disneyland will catch fire. The publisher is working on it in December, and it will come out in the early part of next year on Themeparkpress. The publisher has published 90 books about Disneyland, and he advertises them on the backs of his other books, so I'll enjoy a connection to his customers.