Uranium stocks are on the move today and it doesn’t have anything to do with specific news from any of the companies in the space.
Instead, we have Reddit to thank for uranium stock running higher on Monday. Traders over on WallStreetBets and other forums are hyping up uranium companies as the next big investment. This has investors’ interest in them increasing and with that comes more trading and higher prices.
Let’s take a look at how some of the top uranium stocks are performing today below!
Uranium Stocks on the Rise
- Cameco (NYSE:CCJ) stock is rising 2.5% as some 15 million shares change hands. The company’s daily average trading volume is about 4.8 million shares.
- Energy Fuels (NYSEAMERICAN:UEC) stock is climbing roughly 4.2% higher with some 12 million shares traded. The company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 5.2 million shares.
- Ur-Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:URG) stock is rising 10.5% higher with more than 10 million shares moving. The company’s daily average trading volume is roughly 2.8 million shares.
- Denison Mines (NYSEAMERICAN:DNN) stock is getting a 3.6% boost today as 34 million shares change hands. The company’s daily average trading volume is about 9.7 million shares.
- NexGen Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:NXE) finished off our urnaium stocks list today up 1.1% as nearly 4 million shares moved. The company’s daily average trading volume is about 1.8 million shares.
We’ve got more stock market news for traders to check out below!
There’s plenty to talk about today with the stock market incredibly busy. A few stocks to consider checking in on include Irhythm Technologies (NASDAQ:IRTC), Leap Therapeutics (NASDAQ:LPTX), and Farmmi (NASDAQ:FAMI). You can get up to speed on what’s happening with these stocks at the following links!
- IRTC Stock: 7 Things to Know About Digital Healthcare Play iRhythm Technologies as Shares Soar
- LPTX Stock: Why Leap Therapeutics Just Soared 30% to Start the Day
- FAMI Stock: Why Farmmi Stock Is Falling So Hard Today
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