Uranium Energy +15.5%, rebounding from negative blog post


Uranium Energy (UEC +15.5%) shares recoup most of their 16%-plus loss suffered yesterday when Seeking Alpha blogger Itinerant posted an article predicting "significant shareholder dilution ahead."

Key points in the article: UEC has accepted a hefty price tag for extending an existing debt arrangement, it has filed documents that will allow for significant shareholder dilution, and uranium production has been scaled back to the point that cash flow from operations will prove insufficient to sustain the company.

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  • leopardtrader
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    Another meaningless article costing investors that listened money. Do your DD before you invest/trade. Never take in what you have read anywhere. only 0.0009% is profitable
    9 Apr 2014, 02:45 PM Reply Like
  • rseiter
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    A buying opportunity tho....I bought a few thousand more just before the close yesterday, sold them in 24 hours for a quick 13%
    9 Apr 2014, 04:57 PM Reply Like
  • Paul Giesting
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    And 85% of statistics are made up, but the point is otherwise well made...
    9 Apr 2014, 06:15 PM Reply Like
  • Michael Bryant
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    Any price below $1.50 seems a bargain for (UEC). http://yhoo.it/1g98lXF;c=
    9 Apr 2014, 08:59 PM Reply Like
  • eilea
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    thanks to that article i was able to buy some UEC and UUUU for cheap. $$$.
    9 Apr 2014, 09:42 PM Reply Like
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