Analysts See a Bargain in Uranium Stocks After Sell-Off

- May 2nd, 2011

CNBC.com reports on uranium stocks seen as a bargain by analysts.

CNBC.com reports on uranium stocks seen as a bargain by analysts.

The market news is quoted as saying:

The previously highly valued sector, which saw stock prices tumble due to the nuclear crisis, is now seeing investors who were earlier sitting on the sidelines, re-entering the market to look for bargains.

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10 responses to “Analysts See a Bargain in Uranium Stocks After Sell-Off

  1. “Li confirmed that the silver market is still in surplus. Investors have
    been absorbing the surplus metal, but, she added, there is no real
    shortage of metal in this market.”

    If investors are absorbing the surplus(and more), wouldn’t that be a deficit?!

  2. “Li confirmed that the silver market is still in surplus. Investors have
    been absorbing the surplus metal, but, she added, there is no real
    shortage of metal in this market.”

    If investors are absorbing the surplus(and more), wouldn’t that be a deficit?!

  3. Hecla at 6.4MM, FM at 8MM, PanAm at 25MM, Couer at 18MM (and now buying arko), Fresnillo at 41…that leaves about another 900MM ounces for the year…surplus? I don’t think so. manipulation? Better chance of that..

  4. Hecla at 6.4MM, FM at 8MM, PanAm at 25MM, Couer at 18MM (and now buying arko), Fresnillo at 41…that leaves about another 900MM ounces for the year…surplus? I don’t think so. manipulation? Better chance of that..

  5. The US mint and Canadian mint are currently rationing sales of silver eagles.
    The US mint has suspended sales twice since Dec 2012.
    If there is such a huge surplus ,why cant the mint get silver ?
    I think your research mistake is getting your numbers from CPM.

    They are known to double count the silver coin sales and add them back into the supply totals. This is false accounting to make it appear that there is a surplus.

    1. I found the article to be very objective. Ms. Smith is not making any judgments in this article but instead quotes other people.

      It seems to me that you think Ms. Smith is somehow bashing silver which in my opinion she is not, especially given the last paragraph of the article:

      “In his 2013 LBMA forecast, Bart Malek of TD Securities said…the firm expects silver to be very near a deficit throughout the balance of the year, with a considerable risk of a shortage.”

      1. You can get the quote you want depending on who you ask…go ask JP Morgan if they are short any silver? Go ask the US Government if anyone besides themselves are buying US treasuries any more…and then go tell it to the mountain…

  6. The US mint and Canadian mint are currently rationing sales of silver eagles.
    The US mint has suspended sales twice since Dec 2012.
    If there is such a huge surplus ,why cant the mint get silver ?
    I think your research mistake is getting your numbers from CPM.

    They are known to double count the silver coin sales and add them back into the supply totals. This is false accounting to make it appear that there is a surplus.

    1. I found the article to be very objective. Ms. Smith is not making any judgments in this article but instead quotes other people.

      It seems to me that you think Ms. Smith is somehow bashing silver which in my opinion she is not, especially given the last paragraph of the article:

      “In his 2013 LBMA forecast, Bart Malek of TD Securities said…the firm expects silver to be very near a deficit throughout the balance of the year, with a considerable risk of a shortage.”

      1. You can get the quote you want depending on who you ask…go ask JP Morgan if they are short any silver? Go ask the US Government if anyone besides themselves are buying US treasuries any more…and then go tell it to the mountain…

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