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Denison Mines Inc T.DML

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals

Denison Mines Corp through its subsidiaries and joint arrangements is engaged in uranium mining and related activities, including acquisition, exploration and development of uranium properties, extraction, processing and selling of uranium.
Price: $0.68 | Change: +$0.03 | %Change: +4.62%
Volume: 853,705 | Day High/Low: 0.70/0.66 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.49/0.55
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RE:FYI - Seeking ALPHA COMMENTARY

the only problem is uranium has been set to surge for a decade now, maybe this time.....who knows???  rate and reply
1.5 stars

US carbon footprint

I imagine this should be a further positive for uranium long term. US power plants will be under the gun to switch from coal to cleaner fuel - uranium should be a lead option with this in mind.  rate and reply
3.5 stars

FYI - Seeking ALPHA COMMENTARY

Denison Mines: Buy The Drop Jul. 31, 2015 1:03 PM ET  |  14 comments  |  About: Denison Mines Corp (DNN) by: Value Ideas Disclosure: I/we have no...read more
3 stars

Makes no sense at all

If FCU is getting a bad deal by merging with DML then why is DML going down as well as FCU. Don't tell me because they are linked by 1.26 because that would not hold when sh vote down the merger. The...read more
2 stars

RE:Only down $209,000,000 since July6 merger news LOL

And that's after BOTH fcu and dml went up 17% in the last three days! OMG TOTAL FAIL! BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! vwatcher wrote: And the pumpers think it's amazing! What a bunch of total failures!    ...read more
2 stars

Only down $209,000,000 since July6 merger news LOL

And the pumpers think it's amazing! What a bunch of total failures!                   July 6                        July31 FCU      $1.07 ($413m)      $0.82 ($316m)        DML      $0.89 ($464m)    ...read more
3.5 stars

RE:if you must

looks like you got your chart up side down. just a FYI....................  rate and reply
1.5 stars

RE:if you must

How about cameco , altius and husky  rate and reply
1 star

if you must

stay in commodities put it equally into Goldcorp , potash and husky trust me !  rate and reply
1.5 stars

RE:is denison going bankrupt ?

no buyers stepping in . looks like lots of sells around 70 cents imo  rate and reply
1 star

is denison going bankrupt ?

because that' show its trading imo  rate and reply
2 stars

dead cat bounce

good time to sell imo.  rate and reply
2 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

coulda, shoulda its easy to be an armchair quarterback. no doubt they sell it at a loss. just name one uranium property that currently is not valued at a loss compared to any time in the past............read more
3 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

Denison should have gotten rid of the property prior to FCU deal. Just another example of poor management?????? All IMO.  rate and reply
4 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

Who cares about the original cost.   It was just another loss of cash.  Getting rid of it is the start.  Get rid of all the cr@p and focus on the Good.   Uranium sucks right now.   Only the strong...read more
2.5 stars

Re Sale Loss

Who cares they got several times book value on the balance sheet. 26 million cash is very positive and they need to sell assets to reverse the losses and declining share value.  rate and reply
1 star

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

Ya what was the original cost??? They may have sold it for a loss.  rate and reply
2.5 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

i wonder how much the Mongolia property actually cost them. i hope they at least broke even.  rate and reply
3 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

US$20M  = CA$26M  cash influx from this deal.  Share price and financials based on CA$, so don't forget to add the FX adjustments! ;-)  rate and reply
2.5 stars

RE:RE:RE:Sale of Mongolia

probably not as much as they put into Mongolia, but i guess any Dollar you can squeeze out of Mongolia these days should be considered as a bonus. and since the uranium market is so bad, 20 Mln now...read more