Long-Term Uranium Prices Finally Turns Up

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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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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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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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