The Case for Nuclear & Uranium – (Still) Not Dead

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Like an 80s horror film character, nuclear energy has been left for definite dead many times of the past decades.  Recently it appeared to be making yet another valiant comeback until 2011’s Fukushima disaster put the final nail in the nuclear coffin. Or did it? If you peer beneath the Western headlines and study the […]

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The Financial Post reports that for the first time since the Fukushima disaster, the long-term price of uranium has finally turned up. According to trade publication Ux Consulting, the term price rose to US$61.50 a pound this week, up 2.5% from US$60.00. Ux’s long-term price covers material that will be delivered more than two years […]

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We’ve been highlighting uranium a lot all year long because, well, things look pretty bullish for the yellow metal!  Last week we ran a piece from Agora’s Byron King, who really likes Cameco.  You can read all of our recent uranium analysis here. Doug Casey: Glowing Prospects for Uranium On September 22, 2011, Karen Roche […]

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We’ve talked a ton about uranium this year – I think we’ve talked it right down to the cellar!  Here’s a link to our uranium archives if you’d like to catch up on our bullish uranium thesis.  While the timing of the articles was bad, resource expert Byron King agrees that the core story remains […]

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Energy guru James Dines thinks that uranium is a screaming buy right now – the buy of a lifetime, in fact.  Here’s his analysis, which he shared with Financial Sense’s Jim Puplava. I think it’s one of the great profit opportunities available right now and I’ll explain why. The announcement that Germany’s going to close […]

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In late January, I wrote a guest article for Hard Assets Investor that profiled the recent breakout in uranium, and discussed potential ways to profit from the long side. Then on cue, Japan was rocked by an earthquake that caused the largest nuclear accident in recent memory, and the price of uranium crashed.  Thus thrusting […]

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There’s nothing like a good old fashioned nuclear meltdown to get everyone dumping their uranium stocks! Industry staple Cameco has been pummeled since the hysterics began in Japan: Source: StockCharts.com And new uranium miner ETF URA found itself without any buyers…until it plummeted below $16: Source: StockCharts.com Does this blood in the streets constitute a buying […]

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The breakout in uranium – and uranium miners – continues, as Global X Uranium ETF URA powers out to new highs: It is an all-out bull market in “the other yellow metal.” (Source: StockCharts.com) Last month we broke down the supply and demand fundamentals for uranium, and concluded that things looked pretty promising. URA was […]

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Read my full article How to Play the Uranium Breakout at Hard Assets Investor. 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 early in the last decade, which prompted a uranium […]

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Check out the chart of uranium stalwart Cameco – can you spot the trend? Source: StockCharts.com And backing it up a bit, we can see that Cameco has decisively pushed to two year highs – and it’s making a run at its pre-“end-of-the-world” levels: Source: StockCharts.com Most trend traders watching CCJ would have likely “gone long” […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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