Skip to main content

Sprott Physical Uranium Trust(U-UN-T)
TSX

Today's Change
Real-Time Last Update

Sprott Physical Uranium: Stocks Overvalued by Analyst Consensus on TSX (U-UN)

AI-generated - The Globe and Mail - Sat Oct 7, 2023

Sprott Physical Uranium Trust is among the group of overvalued stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange. This means the consensus value for each stock on this list is below its current price.

This report is generated monthly. It provides the close price and target price for these companies along with the number of analysts covering the stock. Also included is the fiscal year for the target price as sometimes these analyst targets are not for the current or even the next fiscal year. Stocks in this category are generally sold to preserve capital.

There may be a number of reasons why a company would be on this list. Companies with a large analyst following with a difference in price versus target are worth exploring in more detail.

SymbolNameTarget YearClose PriceTarget Price MeanCurrencyTarget Price # Estimates
CTCCanadian Tire Corp Ltd2024266182.5CAD8
U-UNSprott Physical Uranium Trust202423.1122CAD1
WEEDCanopy Growth Corp20240.970.55CAD3
HEOH2O Innovation Inc20244.174.1389CAD9
PNC-APostmedia Network Canada Corp20241.50.2CAD1
PNC-BPostmedia Network Canada Corp20241.40.2CAD1
WRGWestern Energy Services Corp20243.43.375CAD2
TVA-BTVA Group Inc20241.590.7CAD1

More about Sprott Physical Uranium Trust

Sprott Physical Uranium Trust is an investment company managed by Denison Mines Inc. Its primary interest lies in investing in Uranium based assets, including uranium oxide and uranium hexafluoride. The company stores its uranium deposits at uranium conversion facilities.

Artificial intelligence at Report on Business

Report on Business scans market data using algorithms to process large quantities of information. The results are specialized reports produced through automation. Ongoing ROB project experiments that leverage artificial intelligence include valuation screens across 14 categories and end-of-day Closing Summary reports for all North American securities.

More from The Globe