By: Mickey Fulp
A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist
In late October, I was fortunate to be an invited speaker at the 41st annual New Orleans Investment Conference, hosted by fellow newsletter writer and friend Brien Lundin. My general session presentation was entitled, “Why I Remain a Uranium Bull”.
Because Brien and I agree that the supply-demand fundamentals of uranium are compelling in the mid- to long-term, we now present a comprehensive report on the other yellow metal. We cover its discovery in the late 18th century, building of the bomb during World War II, peaceful uses of nuclear energy developed during the late 1950s, and the nuclear arms race during the Cold War. We discuss the nuclear fuel cycle, from mining and milling, to conversion, enrichment, and fuel fabrication.
We then move on to present-day economics and demand growth, document the limited and constrained world mine supply, and discuss uranium’s unique status as the only green solution for base-load electrical power for at least the next two to three decades.
Folks, it’s a fact: One out of every seven humans who turns on a light switch at night does so with nuclear-generated electricity.
And with 85 million more people inhabiting Earth every year and even more millions entering the urbanized middle-class in the Asia Pacific, electrical demand will continue to grow. We view uranium as the only solution to the world’s long-term and growing energy needs.
Finally, Brien and I feature six ways to play the up-and-coming bull market for uranium stocks.
For free access to our compelling report, click here:
Ciao for now,
The Mercenary Geologist Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp is a Certified Professional Geologist with a B.Sc. Earth Sciences with honor from the University of Tulsa, and M.Sc. Geology from the University of New Mexico. Mickey has 35 years experience as an exploration geologist and analyst searching for economic deposits of base and precious metals, industrial minerals, uranium, coal, oil and gas, and water in North and South America, Europe, and Asia.
Mickey worked for junior explorers, major mining companies, private companies, and investors as a consulting economic geologist for over 20 years, specializing in geological mapping, property evaluation, and business development. In addition to Mickey’s professional credentials and experience, he is high-altitude proficient, and is bilingual in English and Spanish. From 2003 to 2006, he made four outcrop ore discoveries in Peru, Nevada, Chile, and British Columbia.
Mickey is well-known and highly respected throughout the mining and exploration community due to his ongoing work as an analyst, writer, and speaker.
Disclaimer and Notice: I own shares of CanAlaska Uranium Ltd, Energy Fuels Inc, and Uranium Energy Corp. I am not a certified financial analyst, broker, or professional qualified to offer investment advice. Nothing in any report, commentary, this website, interview, and other content constitutes or can be construed as investment advice or an offer or solicitation or advice to buy or sell stock or any asset or investment. All of my presentations should be considered an opinion and my opinions may be based upon information obtained from research of public documents and content available on the company’s website, regulatory filings, various stock exchange websites, and stock information services, through discussions with company representatives, agents, other professionals and investors, and field visits. My opinions are based upon information believed to be accurate and reliable, but my opinions are not guaranteed or implied to be so. The opinions presented may not be complete or correct; all information is provided without any legal responsibility or obligation to provide future updates. I accept no responsibility and no liability, whatsoever, for any direct, indirect, special, punitive, or consequential damages or loss arising from the use of my opinions or information. The information contained in a report, commentary, this website, interview, and other content is subject to change without notice, may become outdated, and may not be updated. A report, commentary, this website, interview, and other content reflect my personal opinions and views and nothing more. All content of this website is subject to international copyright protection and no part or portion of this website, report, commentary, interview, and other content may be altered, reproduced, copied, emailed, faxed, or distributed in any form without the express written consent of Michael S. (Mickey) Fulp, MercenaryGeologist.com LLC.
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