Geiger Counter

Name
Geiger Counter
Manager
CQS (UK) LLP
Type
Closed Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B15FW330
Sector
Sector Specialist: Commodities & Natural Resources
Launched
10/07/2006
OCF
3.12 %
Risk Rating
5
3 Year Sharpe
0.65
3 Year Alpha
29.10
Yield
0 %
Fund Size
£ 18.08 million
NAV
20
Gearing
123
Discount Premium
9
The investment objective of the Company is to deliver attractive returns to shareholders principally in the form of capital growth. The Company has been established to invest in the securities of companies involved in the exploration, development and production of energy, and related service companies, for both existing and alternative supplies and types of energy including, but not limited to, shares, convertibles, fixed income securities and warrants. Up to 30% of assets may be invested in other resource-related companies.
Holding %
NexGen Energy Ltd 18.43 %
Ur-Energy Inc 11.40 %
Denison Mines Corp 10.80 %
Fission Uranium Corp 10.38 %
Uranium Participation Corp 8.50 %
High Power Exploration ***Unquoted 5.27 %
Uranium Energy Corp 5.12 %
Energy Fuels Inc 4.23 %
Purepoint Uranium Group Inc 3.63 %
Cameco Corp 3.34 %
Region %
Canada 64.51 %
United States 22.00 %
Australasia 10.36 %
Sector %
Basic materials 98.15 %
Name
CQS (UK) LLP
Address
WC2N 5HR, London, United Kingdom
Legal Structure
Closed Ended Investment Company

Managers

Keith Watson
Joined 10/26/2015
Robert Crayfourd
Joined 10/26/2015

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