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Cameco Corporation (CCO.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Real Time Price. Currency in CAD
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28.20-1.41 (-4.76%)
At close: 04:00PM EST
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  • J
    Jeep
    Only one thing bothers me about Uranium. The push is on to develop Fusion reactors & they run off things such as Hydrogen. The older tech we have relied upon for years is Fision which runs off uranium. So once the egg gets cracked & Fision is commercially viable, how long until the world gets weened off uranium?
  • L
    Lucas
    why does yahoo finance not provide P/E ratio on certain stocks? what is cameco P/E?
  • K
    Kent
    China is adding another 150 nuclear reactors to reduce the 70% reliance on coal for power. How many does the U.S. and Canada plan to produce?
  • S
    Stanley
    solar and wind are unreliable sources. nuclear is the only viable alternative. uranium eventually will go higher.
  • K
    Kent
    Even Bill Gates is invested heavily in nuclear energy as it is clean, safe, carbon free, dependable and cost
    effective. Cameco is the World's largest producer of uranium.
  • J
    Joao
    What is going on with CCO these days?
  • S
    SPARS2025
    Great buying opportunity
  • j
    jt
    I’ll probably get dissed, am more a trader than long term holder (not always) and have some Dec. $30 calls, would like to add some longer term, maybe March or June - any educated guesses as to where sp might be by those months? Anybody? Buehler?
  • F
    Flo
    nuclear energy is the future.
    Bullish
  • m
    mary minnekeer
    All uranium miners should not sell any until price hits 100$ , this has been manipulated long enough ,lets see how things go with shut nuclear plants
  • H
    Hedgeee
    With UEC taking over Uranium One USA, how are chances, that Cameco takes over all the other companies, they have so much cash... IMHO a merger mania could start here.
    Bullish
  • K
    Kent
    Natural gas, solar and wind are too expensive to generate power in Europe.
  • S
    Smeagol
    PPS goes back to $40 you know nuclear energy is back!
    Go NVAX!
  • H
    Horombo
    So.... hearty congrats to those of us with a long-term view and ppfffttt to those of you (you know who you are) who pooh-poohed the (very predictable if you are sentient) earnings announcement.
  • T
    Tom
    i’ve been trading a stock for the last six months but I now think the big move is about to come in uranium over the next two months I just bought a bunch of April 22 calls at the money I’ve done very well with URA that I tripled my money on and still hold I also added to them also I’ll daytrade the stocks and the profits I make I will go into the call options I have these in my Roth IRA so everything I make will be tax free this uranium bull market is having everything converge all at the right time any down days I will sell other things off to buy.
  • r
    robert
    Here is why gold prices will be increasing: From the Financial Times: “With some bad luck . . . central banks will continue as this year prioritising employment and financial stability over inflation, people will definitely lose trust that they are serious about keeping inflation low, wage bargains will start including cost of living adjustments, and we will move to a high inflation regime.”

    That would undermine the trust in the value of money, something hundreds of millions of people in advanced economies have not had to worry about for more than 30 years."
  • O
    Ondřej
    Hi guys, do you think it´s worth to buy some shares of Cameco or better to wait for drop? I really trust in uranium future but dont know if the price is good since the P/E ratio is around 60.
  • M
    MoneyMatters
    Not a lot of volume considering the drop. CCJ is now down $4 from the high, which is about a 15% drop. That's a lot. Lets hope it recovers retakes the top spot again. Nuclear has to be in the energy mix going forward.
  • B
    Brian
    Uranium fits the global warming challenges
    Bullish
  • T
    Tom
    it kind a looks like uranium stocks are starting your next big up leg just like Justin has been telling us this is the best time of year for the biggest moves that are coming from now to the end of the year.
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