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msg #48055
Ignore ScenicRoute
11/19/2006 2:05:32 PM

From Michael Shaefer 11/17/06
Editor, Secret Stock Files

P.S. Remember - a simple, $10,000 investment in raw uranium five years ago would now be worth $51,724.But the two stocks I've identified in my free report present an even greater opportunity.$5,000 invested in each company could turn your $10,000 into $238,671 within the next 24 months!

Uranium Fortune-Maker #1: This company - not even ten years old - was trading at just $0.29 less than three years ago. Yet today, it sells for nearly $8.50.
They're a serious player in the uranium market, with significant holdings in Canada, the United States, Russia and Mongolia. The company also controls a fully permitted 2,000 ton per day uranium/vanadium mill.
Its holdings and exploration and production activities put the company in the perfect position to take advantage of soaring uranium prices.
What kind of profits are possible? Well, if you had invested just $5,000 back in 2003, your investment would now be worth $119,307...that's an incredible gain of 2,286%!

Found information at:

Company is International Uranium Corporation
Recent Price: $8.29 on the Toronto Stock Exchange
Symbol: IUC

Uranium Fortune-Maker #2: Talk about a fast-mover. This little beauty tripled in value for investors over a two-month span beginning last November.
This is an emerging exploration company with an unparalleled management team. Now, everyone in the business will admit that uranium exploration geologists are scarce as hen's teeth. And finding guys that have experience with getting the needed permits, planning, producing, and managing ISL projects is even harder!

But this company has somehow managed to pull together an all-star team of uranium exploration geologists and a management squad with over 100 years' combined experience in the business.

There's more. Get this: my Uranium Fortune-Maker #2 has secured a man for their advisory board known to the industry as the "Uranium Pope." This guy wrote the book on uranium ore deposits - literally - and has published over fifty papers and six books on uranium.

The company currently has ongoing projects in Wyoming, Mongolia and Saskatchewan. Their Saskatchewan property is located near the lucrative Athabasca Basin, which accounts for approximately 30% of the world's primary production of uranium.

This stock was trading for under a buck as recently as two months ago, but it has now settled in nicely at nearly $3 a share. I expect this one to continue delivering fast-paced returns in the months ahead.

Found information at:

Company is Uranerz Energy
Stock is on Amex; symbol is URZ
Last price was $3.19

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msg #48060
Ignore wallman
11/19/2006 6:19:23 PM

Don't forget URRE,one of the best swing traders in the last 1 1/2 years

6,362 posts
msg #56603
Ignore TheRumpledOne
11/9/2007 10:02:20 AM

Anyone have a list of Uranium stocks they are tracking?

11,563 posts
msg #56614
Ignore johnpaulca
11/9/2007 11:45:59 AM

I have Cameco (ccj), they are the biggest and best uranium company, valuation is high, still not benefiting from the high spot prices because long term contracts. They had flooding problems that should be resolved in 2009.
The other major player is Dennison mines with better valuation.

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msg #56775
Ignore ozodin
11/15/2007 5:29:46 PM

ccj and frg are most played
the rest are juniors

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