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Can You Imagine How Blue Sky Uranium's (CVE:BSK) Shareholders Feel About The 100% Share Price Increase?

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Blue Sky Uranium Corp. ( CVE:BSK ) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop 14% in the last month. But that doesn't change the fact that the returns over the last three years have been pleasing. After all, the share price is up a market-beating 100% in that time.

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See our latest analysis for Blue Sky Uranium

With zero revenue generated over twelve months, we don't think that Blue Sky Uranium has proved its business plan yet. So it seems shareholders are too busy dreaming about the progress to come than dwelling on the current (lack of) revenue. For example, they may be hoping that Blue Sky Uranium finds fossil fuels with an exploration program, before it runs out of money.

As a general rule, if a company doesn't have much revenue, and it loses money, then it is a high risk investment. There is almost always a chance they will need to raise more capital, and their progress - and share price - will dictate how dilutive that is to current holders. While some such companies go on to make revenue, profits, and generate value, others get hyped up by hopeful naifs before eventually going bankrupt. Of course, if you time it right, high risk investments like this can really pay off, as Blue Sky Uranium investors might know.

Blue Sky Uranium had cash in excess of all liabilities of just CA$315k when it last reported (March 2019). So if it has not already moved to replenish reserves, we think the near-term chances of a capital raising event are pretty high. Given how low on cash the it got, investors must really like its potential for the share price to be up 26% per year, over 3 years. You can click on the image below to see (in greater detail) how Blue Sky Uranium's cash levels have changed over time.

TSXV:BSK Historical Debt, May 24th 2019

In reality it's hard to have much certainty when valuing a business that has neither revenue or profit. One thing you can do is check if company insiders are buying shares. It's often positive if so, assuming the buying is sustained and meaningful. You can click here to see if there are insiders buying.

A Different Perspective

We're pleased to report that Blue Sky Uranium shareholders have received a total shareholder return of 7.1% over one year. That certainly beats the loss of about 13% per year over the last half decade. This makes us a little wary, but the business might have turned around its fortunes. Before spending more time on Blue Sky Uranium it might be wise to click here to see if insiders have been buying or selling shares.

If you would prefer to check out another company -- one with potentially superior financials -- then do not miss this free list of companies that have proven they can grow earnings.

Please note, the market returns quoted in this article reflect the market weighted average returns of stocks that currently trade on CA exchanges.

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