Energy Fuels (EFR)

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Odds are stacked against shorts targeting Well Health Technologies

While the short positioning in Paramount Resources (Mixed; POU) remains off its peak seen in mid-May, short bets against the stock remain highly elevated. The stock has recently pulled back from a rally off its June lows and short sellers seem generally content to hold on to their bets for a stock breakdown.

A notable change in our Top 10 most shorted list this week is the disappearance of Stingray Group (Mixed; RAY) due to an increase in the stock's estimated float. That paved the way for Laurentian Bank (Mixed: LB) which takes the 10th spot. Based on our signals, the shorts may be on to something there. In terms of signals, Cargojet (Mixed; CJT) has flipped back to a bearish setup.

Will uranium stocks continue their molten melt-up?

This week, we look back at past stock ideas from my November blog on what was a hated, unpopular and out of favour sector, uranium.

Are a rallying Cameco and a crashing uranium trumpeting a bottom?

With speculation returning to the stock market and spurring on high-flying moves in sectors like gold, silver, lithium, and marijuana-related stocks over the past year, we look for where we might next see some outsized gains from beaten down assets. Lo and behold from the ashes we are starting to see uranium stocks, a painfully bruised and out of favour asset class, looking more and more attractive.

A mining rally at last? Waiting for gold dough

In a previous blog, we suggested we'd see a rally for miners into the end of September. Mining stocks did rise about 10% from the end of August until about Sept 22nd. Unfortunately for the bulls, heavily piled up short positions as evidenced through commitments of traders reports took their toll on gold, and the miners themselves were pulled under their support, toppling 18% to their recent lows.

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