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Wednesday
Jan152014

Cameco Is A Solid Bet For The Likely Recovery In Uranium Prices

In an attempt to bring something positive to our website regarding uranium stocks I came across this article by Michael Blair on Seeking Alpha, which I hope you find interesting:

Uranium stocks are on the eve of a breathtaking climb as I see it. Needed as a fuel for reactors but incidental to the cost of running a reactor, uranium has about the least price friction of any commodity in my view. Any shortage and the price of uranium will move up sharply. It certainly did in the 2006 to 2008 timeframe when it spiked to well over $100 a pound.

The Fukushima disaster took the steam out of uranium reminding the world that nuclear energy is not without risks. So are coal, oil and natural gas.

To read this article in full please click here.

In September 2011 the Gold Bugs index, the HUI stood at 630 as gold prices peaked, since then both have trended lower with the HUI losing about 65% of its value. The bottom has been called a number of times and after such a dramatic decline its difficult not to think that we are there now. However, as we all know the timing of any investment is crucial to its success and that is exactly what we are trying to do here, trying to pick advantageous entry and exit points. If you would like to know which stocks we are buying and selling please join us atStock Trader our premium investment service.

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