So basically, your contention is that the company is a fraud. That's bulldookie and so are you. You and your crystal marbles are such outliers, you may as well be floating around in space in side a dry cleaning bag. You have no credibility, none, zero, ziltch, nada. You need a 2x4 to the head. That would be good for you. Actually, I am pretty near to what I paid for them, a single day move away not that I'd sell any weak kneed like you did. If you really had any brains, you'd buy it back but it's well established that you come up short in the grey matter. What did you say you were doing here? Just to call me a dummy every day? That's kindaphuck'dup you know.
There's funny funny, funny strange and funny sad. You're funny sad Goobstain, so pathetic, one has no choice but to laugh. What did you say you were doing here? I have 374,000 shares of uuraf so I have a vested interest in Jack booting your neck for tainting this board with your childish dreck. Clearly you're not smart enough to buy any of this, at this price with the advances that they've made. Truly you are a lightweight with so few redeeming qualities, you'd be doing the world a favor if you simply left it. I am for sure glad that I don't know you for real and feel sorry for those who do. Back on topic: The Alaska legislation is practically in the vault. Ucore is the only rare earth player that can be inferred as beneficiaries but there's not much reading in between the lines necessary. Alaska is one friendly azzed mining jurisdiction as long as plans don't bump up against fisheries and native concerns like Pebble does. This is a major derisking for Ucore and our investment. Congratulations to all longs with the fortitude and smarts to see the future and ignore the sceptics. Further news releases like a pilot plant, an offtake, a contract, a feasibility study and/or joint venture (they don't need or want a buyout), all have near term news potential, will rocket the stock. It's a no brainer unless like Goobstain, you really don't have a brain, just a mouth.
The graphite space is starting to perk up. This one will too. They've got the flake.It's better to hang back a little and see what other companies are doing and the terms of the deals. It's like the two bulls sitting on the hill, an old wise one and a young eager one surveying their herd. The young one says, "let's run down and #$%$ one of them gramps" and gramps replies "let's walk down and #$%$ them all". I think this company has some suitors. We'll see soon enough and yes, the shares are a bargain, good for a trade if nothing else.