The Sell-Off In Denison Mines Is Almost Over

The Sell-Off In Denison Mines Is Almost Over

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Denison Mines ( DNN ) is a $1.1 billion uranium development company with a world class deposit expected to enter production in 2024.

I have previously highlighted the bullish case for uranium . In a nutshell, the world supply drastically falls short of world demand. The Sprott Physical Uranium Trust ( OTCPK:SRUUF ) has stacked 44 million pounds of uranium over the past several months. This has removed supply from a market that consumes ~190 million pounds per year with a supply deficit of 30 million pounds per year. By the time Denison’s flagship project enters production, I expect the price of uranium to be much higher than the $45 it currently trades at.

In the last month two new catalysts have emerged that could have serious implications for the price of uranium and in turn shares of DNN. Kazakhstan Political Turmoil Recently there was serious […]

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