A 9.0-magnitude earthquake rocked Japan on Friday March 11, prompting a 30-foot tsunami slamming the country’s northeast coast. Media reported that one major oil refinery was caught fire
It’s a bull market in uranium—again! Uranium’s price was “in the tank” for the longest time, thanks to the massive supply provided by retired Cold War nuclear weapons. That supply started to exhaust
China’s newest bombshell hit the markets in December and it continues to echo around the world. I’m talking about awe-inspiring China’s nuclear ambitions. Not bombs, but nuclear reactors.
While most commodities continued surging earlier this year, uranium didn’t budge. Once a hedge fund darling, it languished at four-year lows instead… until now. Uranium’s spot price has risen 45% to $60.50 per pound in the past four months. Thanks to China, many investors now think it could be
It’s Time: For a little common sense. Some opponents of peaceful uses of “atomic energy,” as it was once called (and to defuse all the rhetoric, perhaps should be once again) claim that atomic energy
Since typical retail investors can’t take custody in Uranium and other fissile materials (nor would they want to), the next best thing to play on the future need for nuclear power would be in the
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“It has been 30 years since the United States built a nuclear power plant, but now President Obama has proposed government loan guarantees for two new nuclear reactors proposed to be built
Daniel Harrison Writing From Hard Assets Investor: Back in May this year, HardAssetsInvestor.com featured a story about an under-the-radar bull market in uranium. After having fallen along with everything else