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Can Uranium be Great Again?
By: Visual Capitalist | Friday, January 27 2017
Uranium’s spot price had a rough ride throughout the course of 2016, but for many investors there is suddenly a new aura of optimism around the troubled metal. It all starts with Donald Trump’s “America First” strategy, which is being perceived by many as a potential boon to the uranium sector. Official details are slim, but industry executives are currently speculating that the Trump administration will be better for nuclear power than the previous government. Full Story

The Beginning Of A Uranium Bull Market
By: Jeff Berwick and Collin Kettell | Friday, January 27 2017
Partner and CEO of Palisade Global and Palisade Radio, Collin Kettell, seems to have caught the exact bottom of the uranium market. He shared with us the basic dynamics of this increasingly bullish market. Much like the gold market which is comprised of a few major mining producers and several smaller exploration companies below those large ones, the uranium market is similarly structured. However, there are even fewer of the major producers at the top level than in the gold market - which makes it easier to monitor. Full Story

Oil Poised to Reach $80
By: Joe McAlinden | Thursday, January 26 2017
Joe McAlinden, founder of McAlinden Research Partners and former chief global strategist with Morgan Stanley Investment Management, outlines the trends for energy and discusses which sectors should see the most growth under the Trump administration. Full Story

Uranium Stocks Gain Big as Kazakhstan Cuts Production
By: The Energy Report | Friday, January 20 2017
Uranium markets have been in decline for more than ten years, with prices plummeting from highs approaching $140 per pound in 2007 to lows in 2016 below $20 per pound. The market took a further hit after Japan shut down its nuclear reactors following the Fukushima disaster in 2011, with spot prices losing more than half their value. Full Story

Copper Discovery Improves Economics of High-Grade Canyon Uranium Mine
By: The Energy Report | Thursday, November 10 2016
Uranium companies are struggling with the weakness in the uranium market; priced below $20/lb, U3O8 is at levels not seen in well over a decade. But Energy Fuels recently announced two diversification plays that could help insulate it from low uranium prices, and analysts are applauding the news. Full Story

Fundamentals for Uranium look great; is the Uranium Market ready to soar?
By: Sol Palha | Monday, August 29 2016
Overall while there are many factors in the fundamental arena calling for a bottom, the technical and psychological patterns offer opposing viewpoints; both suggest that uranium is likely to test the $22 ranges before a long-term base in is in place. As the sector has taken a massive beating since it peaked in 2007, it would be a good idea to keep this sector on your radar and possibly start looking at some stocks in the industry. Full Story

When Will Uranium Emerge from the Shadow of Fukushima?
By: The Energy Report | Monday, May 9 2016
Joe Reagor of ROTH Capital Partners explains the factors that have kept uranium spot prices down, how much longer they will be in effect, and why uranium should be on investors' radar screens today. He also discusses four uranium companies that are in position to benefit from the looming uranium shortage. Full Story

Brazil Resources announces completion of Geophysical Survey on its Rea Uranium Project, Western Athabasca Basin
By: Brazil Resources Inc. | Tuesday, April 5 2016
Brazil Resources Inc. ("Brazil Resources", or "the Company") (TSX-V: BRI; OTCQX: BRIZF) is pleased to announce the recent completion and results of a Time Domain Electromagnetic ("TDEM") ground survey on its Rea Uranium Project ("Rea Project"). The Rea Project is owned by Brazil Resources (75%) and AREVA Resources Canada Limited (25%, "AREVA") and is located in the Western Athabasca Basin of Northeastern Alberta. Full Story

De-carbonizing Our Energy Sector
By: Richard (Rick) Mills, Ahead of the herd | Sunday, April 3 2016
Nuclear energy currently provides around 11 percent of the world's electricity. China, the European Union, the United States, India, Russia, South Korea, and other nations’ have major existing fleets. The World has hundreds of units under construction and proposed. And, existing reactors which have reached their original estimated operating lives are being relicensed. These factors, together with recent limited investment in new uranium exploration and development, might be good indicators of future improvements in uranium markets for potential investors looking at the sector. Full Story

The Changing World of Uranium Mining
By: Mickey Fulp | Monday, January 25 2016
In last week’s offering, Brien Lundin and I posted a comprehensive report on uranium and listed a variety of North American-focused exploration, development, and mining companies that stand to prosper as the price of uranium increases (Mercenary Musing January 18, 2016). Today, I document significant changes over the past ten years in both where and how primary supplies of uranium have been mined. Full Story

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