Scott, that's our old friend/nemesis "due diligence" walking onto the stage, isn't it?
I know you know all this anyway, but:
There are some awfully vague websites for some companies, really more just suggestive and titillative. Actual uranium production is different from "future production," and mines being built are different from plans for construction. Being merely an "exploration company" isn't the same as having land, drilling holes, and grading assays. Even the brutal decline in URRE didn't change the fact that it's actually digging uranium out of the ground.
And also, what's more "quality" than a stock that is increasing in price? No question that there is a lot of hype at work and that there are going to be some individual crashes, so being a nimble trader may be important. Overall, the price of uranium oxide going from $7 to $56 per pound in an apparently still-ongoing strong trend means that some stocks are going to go up, so if one's favorite indicators say "buy," I would not pass it up, and of course use sell stops and pay attention.
The six names mentioned in the RI article are in my main "basket" along with AXU.TO, AZM.V, DEN.TO, EMC.TO, FRG, JNN.V, LAM.TO, MGA.TO, SAN.V, and STM.V
The last two are recent additions and are scary. I have no doubts that the others are "for real."