5. Denison Mines ( DNN) is an intermediate uranium producer. The company has projects in the U.S. and several development projects in Canada, Zambia, and Mongolia. Denison has 100% ownership in White Mesa mill in Utah and a 22.5% stake in McClean Lake mill in Saskatchewan.

The company also co-mines vanadium from some of its mines in Colorado and Utah. Denison's 2010 production was 1.4 million pounds U3O8 (Triuranium Octoxide)--a compound of uranium--and 2.3 million pounds of vanadium. Production for 2011 is estimated at 1.2 million pounds of U3O8 and 2.2 million pounds of vanadium.

Net revenue for the quarter ended Dec. 2010 was $39.2 million, while net loss stood at $12.3 million from the same quarter last year.

Denison is a debt-free company with a cash balance of $97.6 million. The stock rose 80% in the last one year and analysts expect a further upside of 26% in the next one year.

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