Fission Uranium Corp.
- (TSX: FCU)
- Shares Outstanding: 486M
- Share price: C$0.16 (31.03.2020)
- Market Cap: C$78M
Times are testing for uranium producers and explorers, and COVID-19 has only made matters worse. How are uranium juniors coping in this unforgiving market? How will they survive, let alone get financed?
Crux Investor recently conducted an interview with Dev Randhawa; he’s the CEO of Fission Uranium (TSX:FCU), a uranium junior with a great project in the Athabasca Basin. We were keen to discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on the business.
We also recently interviewed the CEO of Peninsula Energy Ltd (ASX: PEN), Wayne Heili. It’s worth checking it out if you want to hear about the ramifications of COVID-19 from a different uranium junior.
Will Fission Uranium be able to get this shallow, high-grade deposit financed? If the management team can pull this one off, investors could see some big returns; that’s if uranium decides to make a comeback anytime soon.
- COVID-19: How Is It Affecting Business?
- Getting Funded: What Is The Plan
- What Is Fission Uranium Doing Different To All The Other Uranium Juniors?
- Views On NFWG Outcome: Now Irrelevant?
- Fission Uranium’s High-Grade Asset
- Remuneration: A Very Controversial Topic
Company Page: https://www.fissionuranium.com/
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