The last time uranium took off, uranium stocks soared 500%, 1,000%, and even 5,000%. The people that made those types of gains (me included) were invested in the metal back when it was hated and a contrarian speculator’s dream bet. But sometimes you need to question your confirmation bias.
Long-time readers and subscribers know I like to keep a sharp eye on one very important indicator. This indicator has the “pay attention to me” alarm bells that include both its psychological and analytical merits.
In today’s end-of-year issue, you’ll find four big investment ides we wrote about in 2017. But this is no bland “retrospective” list. These ideas could make you a fortune next year and the year after that. We hope you and your family have a great holiday season.
Two recent catalysts have re-ignited interest in the uranium sector. The price of uranium has jumped in the last month and stocks have rallied off their multi-year lows. Here’s what happened…
The idea that Bill and Hillary Clinton sold out America’s strategic interests harmed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. Here are some big things the mainstream media has wrong about Clintons, uranium, and corruption.
As much as any natural resource, uranium has a clear path to much greater demand over the next 15 years. However, that demand will not be satisfied with spot prices under $20 per pound. It costs the mining industry more than that to get it out of the ground. Either the price of uranium will go up or the lights will go out. (5 minute read).
Taking a position in high-quality uranium stocks right now stands a very good chance of working out well for investors. In fact, a good case can be made that higher uranium prices are not a matter of “if,” but a matter of “when.” That’s why I’m making this sector one of the biggest bets of my career. (6 minute read).
I’m going to be writing a lot about uranium over the next few months. If you get familiar with this market and learn how it works, I believe you’ll set yourself up to make enormous gains from the coming uranium rally.