Westwater Resources (WWR)
$6.58 0.10 (1.50%)
19:58 EST WWR Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 310.38M
PE Ratio -6.65
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12.97M
Day's Range 6.21 - 7.24
52-Week Range 0.25 - 14.50
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Thomas Niel
Offering up more sizzle than steak, WWR stock will head lower as investors realize it isn't much of an indirect play on the future of EVs.
Westwater Resources says it will purify graphite for battery anodes, drawing it from an east Alabama mine by 2028. WWR stock is a speculative play on that narrative.
WWR stock is at best a speculative play as meaningful revenues and profits are still way off for Westwater Resources graphite project.
The outlook of natural graphite is unclear at best, making WWR stock unappealing at its current levels.
Westwater Resources is a natural resources mining company. But WWR stock is also an interesting way to invest in the electric vehicle wave.
In 2020, investors have bid bad stocks in hot sectors up to huge gains. WWR stock is no exception, and the story will end the same.
By Alex Sirois
WWR stock might look like a company that can grab on to broad business trends, but its success is unlikely. Here's why.
Westwater Resources’ graphite potential is one thing. The fact that directors and management own less than 1% of WWR stock tells me another.
There are concerns, both from an environmental and a fiscal viewpoint, that current and prospective WWR stock holders should be aware of.
Graphite miner Westwater Resources presents investors with a dilemma. The more they learn about the proces, the less appealing WWR stock may seem.
Fast-forward to 2020, WWR spent the bulk of this year trading around $2, save for a rapid doubling in June in which that particularly party ended as abruptly as it started. Come October, price action in Westwater got really interesting. It was laboring around $2 at the start of the month before vaulting to $14.50. As this piece is being drafted on Oct. 20, WWR closed at $4.50.
WWR stock received tremendous enthusiasm thanks to President Trump’s executive order but will the momentum last?
It's a great time to broaden your resource portfolio's horizons with WWR stock, a graphite specialist with strong momentum.
Westwater Resources (WWR) news for Tuesday has the stock continuing to climb following an executive order from President Trump.
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