Denison Mines (TSX: DML) – High-Grade Canadian Uranium With A Smart Plan?

Denison Mines Corp.
  • TSX: DML
  • Shares Outstanding: 597.19M
  • Share price CA$0.50 (20.02.2020)
  • Market Cap: CAD$295M

We recently conducted an interview with David Cates, President and CEO of, uranium company, Denison Mines (TSX: DML).

We covered a lot of interesting topics, including:

  1. Denison Mines’ unique high-grade uranium portfolio.
  2. Current cash position and burn rate.
  3. Business plan for 2020.
  4. Uranium price discovery: when is it coming?

This is very high-grade uranium development, operated by a seasoned and knowledgeable team. Our platform has had a large amount of discussion surrounding uranium recently, after the announcement of President Trump’s US$150M budget for a uranium reserve. Feel free to check out the most recent uranium article on our platform, as well as our most recent interview with a uranium mining company.

We were intrigued by the business model that David Cates outlined, as he thinks it will give him a competitive advantage over his peer. It is potentially a very low-cost , high-grade uranium producer, if and when it can get in to production. We talk to him about if their team is technically competent to deliver an ISR uranium project in Canada and if indeed it can be permitted. Listen to his answers and let us know if you agree.

These are interesting times for uranium companies trying to position themselves for success.

It was a highly informative interview and uranium investors will likely find it of interest. Comment below if you have any thoughts on the uranium market as a whole, or maybe you have some questions about Denison Mines? Either way, we’ll make sure we get back to you.

Company Page: https://www.denisonmines.com/

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