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592 Postings, 1699 Tage Silbär85Cantillon Effekt & Rohstoffe

 
  
    #101
1
21.06.21 18:59
Hannes Zipfel hat den Cantillon Effekt in einem älteren Video mal vorgestellt und hatte auch diese Grafik eingebracht:

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Wenn ich mir aber die Entwicklung der Holzpreise ansehe, die schrumpfenden Wälder und die wachsende Weltbevölkerung (Holz nur als Beispiel, geht auch mit Kies, Kupfer, Sand usw.), würde ich schon bald sagen, dass man Rohstoffen zukünftig einen immer größeren Anteil vom Depot widmen sollte (in normaleren Zeiten scheint mir ein Yale-Portfolio sehr gut zu sein).

 

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1959 Postings, 3320 Tage steve2007@ Grafikunst

 
  
    #102
21.06.21 21:26
Hast du einem Tip zu Graphen Aktien habe bisher keine reine. Verfolge das ganze schon ca 5 Jahre und bin nicht sicher wann und ob das läuft. Ähnelt ein bißchen Thorium ist radioaktiv aber schwächer als Uran dafür häufiger und billiger und leichter zu handeln, angeblich keine unkontrollierte Kettenreaktion möglich und ein Auto könnte mit dem Sprit den es für 20 - 30 Jahre direkt geliefert werdenwären wohl ein paar 100gr. Geile story die schon. länger als 20 Jahre geheim verbreitet wird. Will entweder keiner einen extrem billigen Energieträger oder es kann kein. Graphen mindestens genauso geil (passt komplett Kohlenstoff läßt sich mit vielen anderen Elementen ein oder sogar mit 4 anderen Kohlenstoffgleichzeitig  ist so zusagen das promiskutive Element). Ein faltbares Handy das auf Zeitungsgrösse aufgeklappt werden kann umgedreht In die Hosentasche passt und nicht zerbrechen kann her damit.  

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3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunstSunrise Energy startet Bohrprogramm

 
  
    #103
22.06.21 08:07
auf "Phönix Platinum"

Key Highlights•The initial 3-hole drilling campaign confirmed a high grade platinum intersection of 0.6m at 129g/t platinum at 255.9m downhole (ref ASX announcement 3 May 2020).  •The intersection also included significant grades of palladium, rhodium, iridium, osmium and ruthenium (Hole SDD022: 0.6m from 255.9m at 129g/t Platinum, 1.23g/t Palladium, 1.79g/t Rhodium, 4.00g/t Iridium, 0.89g/t Osmium and 0.28g/t Ruthenium).•The second phase of the drilling campaign at Phoenix has commenced.  The campaign will comprise an additional 3 drill holes targeting the high grade intercepts discovered in the initial campaign. •The program is expected to be completed by the end of July with assay results expected during the September quarter.Sunrise Energy Metals launched an initial drill campaign to target the Phoenix platinum anomaly at the Sunrise Project located in NSW.  The first hole (SDD022) of a planned six-hole diamond core drill program returned an extraordinarily high grade intersection of 0.6m at 129g/t platinum at 255.9m downhole.  The intersection included significant grades of palladium, rhodium, iridium, osmium and ruthenium.  The Company has launched the next phase of the drilling campaign which will see a further 3 holes drilled targeting intersections of the structure which the initial drilling campaign indicated could be high grade PGE mineralization within the chromite dominant structure. The program is expected to be completed by the end of July with assay results expected during the September quarter.

Im Zuge der Trennung v CleanTeq Water ist der Kurs ja ziemlich unter die Räder gekommen und hat gestern in USA  (USOTC:SREMF) erstmalig mit +5% wieder positiv geschlossen
 

3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunststeve2007: leider keine weiteren Info

 
  
    #104
22.06.21 08:10
ich halte das für einen Zukunftswert und nicht für eine kurzfristige Spekulation geeignet.  

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiTop-10 Canadian base metal and uranium Companys

 
  
    #105
14.07.21 10:48

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiInflationsberechnung

 
  
    #106
22.07.21 11:08

Probleme der Inflationsmessung und ihre Folgen für die Geldpolitik !

3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunstLithium Preise ( und Entwicklung )

 
  
    #107
03.08.21 09:43
Bericht dazu von der diggers-and-dealers conference:

https://stockhead.com.au/resources/...-is-real-says-pilbara-minerals/  

3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunstDiggers & Dealers Tag 3

 
  
    #108
04.08.21 10:38
Lithium und Uran im Defizit

https://stockhead.com.au/resources/...%20presenters%20in%20Kalgoorlie

SYA + 20%
NVA + 14%  

3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunstPotus Joe Biden hat heute einen UKAS

 
  
    #109
2
05.08.21 16:30
erlassen:

bis 2030 sollen 50% aller nue zugelassenen US-Fahrzeuge elektrisch fahren. Alle Einschränkungen seines Vorgängers sind zurückgenommen (!)  

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage Bozkaschiguter Typ

 
  
    #110
20.08.21 21:15

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiUran Werte nach MK sortiert

 
  
    #111
1
21.08.21 13:52
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3103 Postings, 1434 Tage grafikkunstInvictus Energy beginnt mit seismischen Erkundunge

 
  
    #112
1
30.08.21 10:00

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiSilver News vom Silverinstitute August

 
  
    #113
30.08.21 11:42

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiUran

 
  
    #114
02.09.21 23:28

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiUran Markt im Defizit

 
  
    #115
03.09.21 12:24

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiUran Liste aktuell

 
  
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03.09.21 23:39
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10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiJake Ducey mit dem Uraniuminsider

 
  
    #117
05.09.21 19:14

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiSPUT

 
  
    #118
1
05.09.21 19:35

The Uranium Stock Squeeze ( Documentary Breakdown )2021-Time Sensitive!

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiWallstreetbets !

 
  
    #119
05.09.21 21:50
Uranium: Start of a Commodity Supercycle


I'm not an analyst, I don't do this for a living, and this is not investment advice. I like the stock.
Sept 2nd Update: Spot is $37.20. That's another 4% up in a single day, and brings spot up more than 17% since 8/19.
SPUT purchased 800k lbs today. The largest daily purchase they have ever made, and after that purchase they still have a 9.4% premium to NAV. They have enough cash on hand to purchase another 600k+ lbs tomorrow, plus any new issuance. We could see a 1m+ purchase tomorrow. For reference, a 800k lb purchase is ~4x the annual fuel usage of a 1000MWe power plant.
Sept 3rd Update: Spot ask at $39.25. Sprott keeps doing their thing. SPUT stacked 1.4 MILLION pounds of uranium today. That's the annual supply of seven average nuclear power plants put into storage.
Can't wait for next week! The U stocks I own can do what they want, but if spot keeps going up then you know those miners are going up even if people take profits, get nervous, or start shorting.
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Uranium.
Sure, there are no flashing LEDs like CRSR adds to all of their products, but that’s because we don’t need it. Uranium already glows in the dark! (see footnote).
Maybe Uranium isn't as sexy as some over-hyped under-developed treadmill with an iPad glued to it that kills babies, and it is lacking in buzzwords like "cloud data analytics," but uranium is energy. And everything we do takes energy, and this is the cleanest, densest, most likely candidate for the immediate future. There are already big incumbents in energy that need to get shouldered aside, so this will be a slower play than the up 50% in a week flavors of the month (which then falls 90%), but this is the real deal. With calls you can still get that 50%, or 500%, but shares will take some time. That said, NXE is up 18.8% in 5 trading sessions, and URA 12.08%. Just barely OTM calls versus last week are up 360% and 500% for NXE ($5 and $4 front month). That's not exactly r/investing.
Uranium has a serious bull case of ahead of it. A new fund is in town (Sprott) who is buying up all the physical uranium. Get ready to gap up. Yes you have heard some of this before, and I peddled Uranium a full on year ago, but this fund is a market mover and it changes everything.
TLDR, 1) since 2019 supply has been below demand for uranium as the market continues to deal with a supply overhang and over-investment by miners from the previous market cycle. COVID then reduced supply by a further 30% through mine closures that have continued for 2021 and the supply overhang is finally gone. 2) More nuclear reactors are being built worldwide than decommissioned, developing nations have hopped on board the nuclear train, and 3) if any country is serious about getting to carbon neutral then the only realistic avenue is via massive expansion of the nuclear fleet. Lastly, 4) there is a new physical trust (Sprott) busy buying up all of the uranium and driving up the spot price. It’s working.
Uranium spot is $34.60 right now, 2007 was $137. That’s a lot of upside baby. Oh, and did I mention that the Uranium market is small? Tiny. Super tiny. WSB could blow this thing up. There isn’t an entire industry of traders, hedgers, and dilettantes (that’s a nice way of saying degenerates) trading U like there are for oil or other commodities.

edit: it begins! Massive gap up today (Uranium spot updates daily, not constantly like oil) from $34.60->$35.65.
1. The Setup: Uranium is already on a 5 year trend line of tendies
Uranium has been in a bear market since 2007. It started to finally sell through the over supply and over investment of the last market cycle and has been climbing from its 2016 low of $18.50. This was already a 4 year trend line, and then COVID came along.
COVID changed the uranium market in two main ways. First, it dramatically reduced global supply by about 30% in 2020 and 2021 due to mine closures by many of the majors and juniors. These closures have allowed the sticky overhang from the last decade to finally get put on the spot market as well as mines buying from spot to meet contracts. Second, there appears to be an OPEC+ of uranium forming. Miners, no doubt still traumatized from last time they aggressively expanded productions, are not opening new mines even as spot prices surge. Instead, they continue to provide quarterly guidance that they are operating below capacity for the rest of the year, and are selling old supply. They aren’t formally a cartel like OPEC is, but there seems to be some game theory going on here. It is in the miners' best interest to try to exactly match the demand of U on a global scale and then be able to dictate the price. Since fuel costs are just 2% of the operating costs of a nuclear reactor, utilities can also stomach significant increases in spot prices without effecting their generation rates of ~ $.02/KwH (as cheap as coal, far below all renewables in pricing).
U is $34.60 as of August 31st close which is 75.24% below its peak in 2007. In a market with all-time highs all over the place, U has a long way to run. What will miner profits be if U hits $100+ again? Massive.
2. New Demand: Global demand has outpaced supply
Planned Reactor Starts in Gross MWe of new capacity (from world-nuclear.org)
2021: 5,711
2022: 13,559
2023: 13,276
2024: 7,569
2025: 5,112
2026: 6,997
2027: 4,100
Credit Suisse offers their own global view of supply & demand here. Get your sunglasses on as this assumes the US fleet is shrinking into 2030. That likely won’t be the case. See comments #1 below, automod doesn't like my links.
First, if you are from the US then you are likely biased against nuclear. Get over it. The US has a very old fleet and has been periodically retiring plants rather than performing maintenance. I’ll get back to the US later, but the global view is very, very positive. Globally, many developing nations are starting a nuclear fleet. It’s cheap and it doesn’t pollute. India, Slovakia, Belarus, and Pakistan all have new plants started or starting in the next year. France continues to expand and sell energy, while China seems serious about cutting CO2 emissions and is massively expanding their existing fleet, as well as breaking ground on the world’s first SMR earlier this year.
So back to the USA—the US mostly acts as a drag. A reactor in New York just closed, and others throughout the country are always wavering on the edge of retirement. This is set to change, but it depends upon politics, so we’ll see (and the right likes nuclear too, it’s not just about the left's CO2). The Secretary of Energy is committed to keeping every single US plant operating as it prepares to transition to a fleet of fast breeding, small modular reactors (SMR’s) in the “late 2020s, early 2030s.” (this just means highly fuel efficient with far, far less waste, and reactors the size of a 3-4 story apartment building instead of a city block. Each will power 500,000+ homes, so they can be “close” to cities they power and also reduce infrastructure costs.) She is working with legislatures to allow all currently operating plants to essentially receive carbon credits as an incentive for utilities to keep the plants running and well maintained until the SMR roll-out.
Yes, this is a long horizon for the US, but the US is only one part of the uranium market and a very minor part of this bull case. Globally, supply/demand are already tight, and the world fleet is slated to expand. Utilities can see the writing on the wall and will want to start placing orders now for future delivery (spot market for Uranium is quite different from other commodities—purchasing, delivery, enrichment, and feeding take years). You can bet these utilities are looking at supply/demand graphs and already panicking. Spot is going to start gapping up instead of ticking.
3. Green Energy: The Elephant in the Room
Nuclear power is the greenest scalable energy on the planet. Hydro destroys entire riparian ecosystems, wind and solar are both CO2 heavy in terms of manufacturing and are slow ROI on the carbon expenditure as well as having short functional commercial lifespans, while geothermal is quite literally tied to very specific locations (OK, I don’t know anything about tidal, but other than reading about some plans being nixed by NIBY Boomers I’m not seeing it either).
These renewable forms of power generation have another cost: land. Aside from geothermal, these are not power dense generators. You can't put 12,000 acres of wind turbines next to NYC. Here is an article working through the cost in land to electrify just British Colombia’s transport grid. The takeaway is that nuclear wins by a landslide: 2.4 m2/kWh versus solar’s 36.9m2, hydro’s 54 m2, and wind’s 72.1 m2. If you want to electrify the US transport grid then you can either build some nuclear plants, or convert all of Nevada to a giant solar farm. I mean, what is Nevada good for anyway?
Numbers on energy density coming from here: damn you automods, see comments for link #2.
The latest generation of nuclear plants, SMRs, are small and safe. They can be built alongside cities to save CO2 and money that would otherwise go into infrastructure. How many more fires are we going to see every fire season as PG&E and other utilities run millions of miles of hot lines all over the country? This too is a cost of the current way of locating and distributing energy. This all changes with SMRs, and all for the better.
Biden has made some surprisingly strong claims about aiming the US at net zero, and we’re hardly a climate activist country. If this happens in other countries, and perhaps the US, then it means we are looking at hundreds upon hundreds of new nuclear power plants in the next two decades, not just the few dozen currently in the planning stages over the coming 2020s. This will be the renaissance of nuclear, and it is coming.
Think about it. If there is any chance in hell of reducing carbon emissions, then nuclear is the path forward. Everything else is a half measure.
4. Sprott Physical Uranium Trust: The T-Rex in the Room
This is a new fund from an old hand in physical trusts. Sprott’s Physical Uranium Trust (U.U – Canadian listed, NYSE coming in ~4m) purchases uranium on the spot market and then warehouses it. That’s it, that’s the whole plan. This is meteoric.
As shares of U.U are issued Sprott takes that money and buys uranium, which increases their NAV. So long as they have a premium to NAV they keep buying. They’ve only been buying physical uranium for two weeks now, but they’ve already purchased 13.3% of the estimated global uranium production for all of 2021. Read that sentence again. 20.59m lbs of the projected world supply of 154m lbs. Jesus Christ are these guys a market force to be reckoned with. How is this not illegal? They've only been buying for TWO FUCKING WEEKS.
Look at spot price versus their holdings. They march up and up in tandem. Spot has gone up 7.1% in the last month, with all of those gains coming within days of when Sprott started buying.
See comment link for google spreadsheet of Sprott and spot rate. #3 in my comment.
5. There are short sellers here
Some entities sell naked uranium deliveries. In a market as slow moving and opaque as uranium is this probably seemed like a good idea at the time. How much of a factor would this be? I don't honestly know. Uranium is not like other commodities with all their nifty reporting and data. We'll find out?
Positions or Ban: OK, we know you all just skipped to the end anyway
Go long anything uranium.

https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/...odity_supercycle/

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiShort Squeeze Kandidaten aus dem Uran Sektor

 
  
    #120
06.09.21 15:43
Fintel Short Squeeze Explorer Identifies Short Squeeze Opportunities for Canadian Retail Investors

NEWS PROVIDED BY
Red Rooster PR
September 06, 2021, 06:12 GMT

Fintel’s short interest data identifies candidates for the week of September 5
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, September 5, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Fintel.io, a provider of advanced research tools for data-driven investors, has developed a mathematical model that provides investors and traders with data that helps quantify the short squeeze risk for a company. This model takes into account a number of factors that contribute to short squeezes, including relative short interest, borrow fee rates, trading volume, and others.


The Canadian Short Squeeze Explorer provides a leaderboard ranking of Canadian companies with the highest Short Squeeze Score so traders can easily identify companies with the highest likelihood. For traders who want to find short squeeze opportunities before they happen, the Short Squeeze Explorer is an ideal tool.


Below are notable Canadian Short Squeeze candidates as of September 5, 2021 at 11:00pm EST:


* LAM / Laramide Resources, Ltd. (85.95)
LAM tops this week’s list with a short interest % float of 1.79% and a borrow fee rate of 29.3%, which makes the shares expensive to borrow. Last Friday, the share price reached a high of 0.68 before closing at 0.67. This is the highest the price has been since mid-March, 2017. Additionally, there has been a significant increase in volume since January of this year, suggesting increasing interest in the stock. Days to cover is currently 5.19, which is one of the highest metrics for our Canadian list.


* FSY / Forsys Metals Corp. (81.43)
Forsys Metals makes its debut at number three this week, with a short interest % float of 0.89% and a borrow fee rate of 15.14%. Despite the low short float percentage, the borrow fee rate suggests that shares are in fact expensive to borrow, and continuing demand for the shares could force margin calls. Like other companies on our list, the share price has had some positive action recently, reaching a high of 1.05 last Friday before closing at 0.95. This is the highest the price has been since May. The latest short interest reported by IIROC is 962.9K shares, a 78% increase from its prior values of 540K.



* FCU / Fission Uranium Corp. (80.48)
Fission Uranium has a short interest % float of 1.47% and a borrow fee rate of 8.6%, putting the company last on this week’s list. IIROC-reported short interest is 7.9M shares, which is slightly up from the recent averages of around 7.4M shares. The share price gapped on Friday, from its prior close of 0.70 to a high of 0.80, before closing at 0.78. This is the highest the price has traded since April, 2018.


Short Squeeze Scores scoring model ranges from 0 to 100, with 100 being most likely, relative to its peers.


The Short Squeeze Explorer also compiles data like Short Interest % Float, Change in Volume, Change in Price, and Borrow Fee Rate into an easy-to-use leaderboard for investors to reference when making decisions.

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10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiUran ASX Stocks

 
  
    #121
06.09.21 20:35
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10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiFission Uranium

 
  
    #122
07.09.21 10:46
Fission Metallurgical Hole Hits 50.3m of continuous mineralization including 28.5m of continuous +10,000 cps at R840W Zone

09:00 Uhr  |  CNW

TSX SYMBOL: FCU
OTCQX SYMBOL: FCUUF
FRANKFURT SYMBOL: 2FU

Additional highlights include 82.5m of continuous mineralization with 8.74m composite +10,000 cps

KELOWNA, Sept. 7, 2021 - Fission Uranium Corp. ("Fission" or "the Company") is pleased to announce scintilometer results from the summer 2021 "metallurgical & geotechnical testwork" drilling on the R840W zone at its' PLS project, in the Athabasca Basin region of Saskatchewan, Canada. Four metallurgical holes and three geotechnical holes were completed as part of the Phase 1 feasibility study field work (see News Release June 10, 2021). All seven holes intersected mineralization with all four metallurgical and two geotechnical holes intersecting wide intervals of strong mineralization. They follow the recently announced, highly successful resource expansion drilling on the zone that hit high-grade mineralization in nineteen holes (see news release dated August 31, 2021). Of particular note, hole PLS21-MET-004 (line 615W) intersected 50.3m of continuous mineralization, including 28.5m of total composite radioactivity >10,000 cps (with a peak of 65,500 cps). Assays are pending. The metallurgical and geotechnical testwork drilling at the R840W is part of the data collection in anticipation that the R840W zone will be included in the Feasibility Study.

Ross McElroy, President and CEO for Fission, commented, "The metallurgical and geotechnical testwork holes on the R840W zone serve a dual purpose. They not only provide material and information necessary for uranium extraction, processing and to support mine design, they also provide assay data. These new drill results highlight the impressive potential of the shallow, high-grade R840W zone. In particular, PLS21-MET-004 is extremely well mineralized over a significant width and is drilled near the western extent of the R840W zone. The results also increase our confidence in reaching our goal of upgrading the zone for inclusion in the upcoming feasibility study."

Drilling Highlights

Highlight intersections from the drill program include:

Hole PLS21-MET-004 (line 615W)
50.3m continuous mineralization (between 98.25m to 148.5m), including
28.5m of total composite mineralization >10,000 cps (101.0m to 129.5m)
Hole PLS21-MET-002 (line 765W)
82.5m continuous mineralization (between 99.5m to 182.0m), including
8.74m of total composite mineralization >10,000 cps
Hole PLS21-RM-001 (line 870W)
46.0m total composite mineralization over a 59.0m interval (between 159.0m to 218.0m), including
5.2m of total composite mineralization >10,000 cps

https://www.goldseiten.de/artikel/...ous-10000-cps-at-R840W-Zone.html

10247 Postings, 6682 Tage Bozkaschieventueller Fahrplan für Uran

 
  
    #123
08.09.21 10:31
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10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiSprott darf wieder am Spottmarkt Uran kaufen

 
  
    #124
14.09.21 10:43
Der SPUT war voll mit 300 M. Einheiten , sodass er sein Prospekt verändert hat um 1,3 B Einheiten ausgeben zu können.Das musste aber erst mit den Brokern geklärt werden, das ist heute geschehen. Der Uran spot Preis ist trotzdem die letzten Tage (Sprott kauft seit Donnerstag nicht) weiter gestiegen und es hat sich ein Premium auf den SPUT ausgeweitet, ab heute wird er wieder aktiv , egal wer in den letzten Tagen (wahrscheinlich Uran Förderer um Abnahmeverpflichtung erfüllen zu können) den Spot-Preis getrieben hat , Sprott tut es ab heute auch wieder.

Aktueller Preis Uranpreis 44$

Spot #uranium 4350/4450 USc/Lb #U3O8 (Delivery at CMO , Chg +150c, +3.41%) CMO = CVD 0c/Lb, CMO = CMX 0c/Lb See https://numerco.com/NSet

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10247 Postings, 6682 Tage BozkaschiWie funktioniert der SPUT

 
  
    #125
3
14.09.21 10:47
SPUT (Sprott Physical Uranium Trust) vom Happyhawaiian


Der Sprott Uranium Fund ist eine sich selbst verstärkende Kaufmaschine, die ihn in stratosphärische Höhen katapultieren wird
DD
Ich kann nicht glauben, dass ich auf WSB (zumindest in den letzten Monaten) keine Erklärungen darüber gesehen habe, wie der Sprott Physical Uranium Trust funktioniert und wie er dazu beiträgt, den epischen Short Squeeze, der derzeit bei Uran stattfindet, anzuheizen.
Bei den von Sprott angebotenen physischen Trusts handelt es sich um geschlossene Fonds, d. h., wenn Anleger den Fonds verkaufen, muss Sprott nicht auch Uran verkaufen, um die Abflüsse zu finanzieren.
Mit anderen Worten: Sobald das Uran in den Tresoren von Sprott gelandet ist, könnte es genauso gut für immer in den Ruhestand versetzt werden.
Sie sind strukturell diamantenbesetzt, was für die Fortsetzung eines Short-Squeeze wichtig ist.
Wie kommt also mehr Metall in den Fonds?
Sprott hat ein "at the money"-Anteilsangebot eingereicht, bei dem neue Anteile des Fonds jederzeit mit einem Aufschlag auf den Nettoinventarwert des Fonds gehandelt werden können.
Wenn die Anleger aufgeregt sind und den Preis des börsengehandelten Fonds in die Höhe treiben, so dass Anteile für mehr als den zugrunde liegenden Wert gekauft werden, gibt Sprott neue Anteile aus, verkauft sie auf dem Markt (was dazu beiträgt, die Prämie zu senken) und verwendet dieses Geld dann, um mehr Uran für den Fonds zu kaufen.
Innerhalb eines Monats haben die Anleger bereits so viel Uran in den Fonds eingebracht, dass das Angebot von Sprott in Höhe von 300 Mio. $ erschöpft war.
Letzte Woche wurde ein neues Angebot eingereicht, um das 300-Millionen-Dollar-Programm auf 1.300 Millionen Dollar (1,3 Milliarden Dollar) aufzustocken.
Während dieses Antragsverfahren in den letzten Tagen andauerte, hat Sprott keine neuen Aktien emittiert. Daher treiben die Zuflüsse in den Fonds den Aufschlag zum NIW in die Höhe.
Die Prämie liegt jetzt bei einem Rekordhoch von 28,5 %.
Zur Veranschaulichung: Während des Urananstiegs, der den Preis im letzten Monat von 20 auf 40 Dollar ansteigen ließ, lag der typische Aufschlag für den Fonds im mittleren einstelligen Prozentbereich.
28,5 % sind also absolut bemerkenswert. Dies ist ein Damm, der brechen und jeden ertränken wird, der auf der anderen Seite lebt. Sobald Sprott wieder in der Lage ist, Aktien auszugeben, wird er in der Lage sein, mehr Uran aus dem Markt zu kaufen, als irgendjemand für möglich gehalten hätte. $180-$200 sind hier durchaus möglich (derzeit bei $45 pro Pfund).
Und da es sich um einen winzigen Markt handelt, treiben die Käufe von Sprott den Preis direkt in die Höhe. Und weil die Marktteilnehmer wissen, dass der Uranpreis aufgrund dieser garantierten Quelle aufgestauter Nachfrage praktisch garantiert steigen wird, sind sie bereit, für die Prämie im Uranfonds zu zahlen, um ein Stück von der Aktion zu bekommen.
Dies treibt natürlich die Prämie des Fonds weiter in die Höhe, so dass Sprott noch mehr Aktien ausgeben und noch mehr Uran kaufen kann, was den Uranpreis weiter in die Höhe treibt und noch mehr Anleger anlockt, die den Fonds kaufen, und der Zyklus wiederholt sich
Dies ist im Grunde ein Short Squeeze, bei dem die Käufe im Voraus angekündigt werden. Verstehen Sie mich nicht falsch, der Short Squeeze hat begonnen, aber hier zu kaufen ist das Äquivalent zum Kauf von GME a, als es beim ersten Anstieg im Bereich von 50 bis 100 $ lag.
Welche Ticker können hier also angeboten werden?
Nicht viele, denn der Uranbereich ist winzig und WSB hat eine Marktkapitalisierung von mindestens 1,5 Milliarden Dollar.
Optionen? Sie können, aber die Prämien sind absurd, da der Squeeze bereits begonnen hat.
$CCJ ist ein Ticker, von dem Sie wahrscheinlich schon gehört haben, und es ist der einzige mit einer Marktkapitalisierung, die groß genug ist, um direkt erwähnt zu werden.
Sprott Uranium Trust ist das Vehikel, über das ich hier geschrieben habe und mit dem Sie Uran direkt kaufen können (und nicht die Minengesellschaften) und direkt zum Squeeze beitragen können, aber auch hier kann ich den Ticker wegen der Marktkapitalisierung noch nicht veröffentlichen. Es ist auch nur auf dem kanadischen und otc-Markt erhältlich, aber Sprott versucht, es für die Zukunft auch an der NYSE notieren zu lassen. Sie können es über Fidelity und ein paar andere Broker kaufen, obwohl jetzt.
Der Northshore Uran-Etf enthält viele Minengesellschaften, hat aber eine Marktkapitalisierung von 350 Mio. $ und daher keinen Ticker.
Möchten Sie lieber Schaufeln verkaufen, als sich selbst in ein Bergbauabenteuer zu stürzen? Das Unternehmen Sprott ist Eigentümer des Uran-Trusts, der die ganze Sache antreibt, und kassiert dafür Gebühren. Es profitiert von den Zuflüssen in den Fonds sowie von der zugrunde liegenden Preissteigerung des Urans. Sie sind auch direkt an mehreren Uranbergbauunternehmen beteiligt, in die sie investiert haben. Außerdem sind sie mit 1 Milliarde Dollar noch nicht groß genug, um den Ticker zu veröffentlichen.
Dieser Uran-Short-Squeeze, angetrieben durch den Sprott Physical Trust, ist alles, was der Silber-Squeeze im ersten Quartal hätte sein sollen und können. Hätten die Silber-Squeezer den physischen Sprott-Fonds PSLV und nicht den Ishares SLV gekauft, stünde Silber jetzt weit höher. Dies soll ein Beispiel dafür sein, was bei Rohstoffen möglich ist, wenn die physische Nachfrage ein relativ begrenztes Angebot an verfügbarem Metall überwältigt!

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