By Nicholas – Published on May 28, 2018
The earthquake, tsunami, and subsequent meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi facility in Japan shook the world. Not only did it displace thousands of people, but the entire Japanese nuclear reactor fleet was shut down. Today the Fukushima Daiichi complex is still a mess, and the Japanese reactors...
By Nicholas – Published on April 9, 2018
There is a lot of fear surrounding nuclear power. Ever since the nuclear age began with twin detonations in Japan at the end of the Second World War, the world has been nervous about nuclear. There have been a few accidents over the years, which get a lot of attention. While radioactive fly...
By Nicholas – Published on March 23, 2018
The last few years have been dreadful for uranium miners. In the wake of Fukushima's meltdown in 2011, there has been a supply glut of U308 that has smashed uranium's price down. Over the last year some of the largest yellowcake miners in the world have taken production capacity...
By Nicholas – Published on March 15, 2018
One of President Putin's advisers has called a newly signed partnership between Russia and China a “breakthrough”. Earlier this week a string of reports from news agencies across Eurasia announced that the governments of Russia and China had signed an agreement that will allow...
By Nicholas – Published on February 21, 2018
When people think of nuclear power, a base load energy source with low carbon emissions isn't usually the first thing that comes to mind. Since the beginnings of the modern 'green' movement in the 1960's, atomic energy has been opposed by most groups that identify as...
Published on February 8, 2018
Nick Hodge, Financial Writer & Publisher, discusses developments in the uranium market with Amir Adnani, Uranium Energy Corp. & GoldMining Inc.
By Nicholas – Published on December 22, 2017
Most people associate the word 'Dollar' with the United States. But its history is fundamentally linked with the era of humanity in which we learned how to split the very fabric of nature. Some may know that the same mine is responsible for both the world dollar, and the original rock...
By Nicholas – Published on December 12, 2017
Some of the biggest names in resource investing have been talking about a bull market developing in the long suffering uranium sector. People like Rick Rule, Marin Katusa and Doug Casey have all come out with bull market scenarios for the ultra dense metal, and over the last month two high profile...
Published on December 11, 2017
Justin Hayek, Investment Advisor and Associate Portfolio Manager at PI Financial Corp, interviews Jordan Trimble, President & CEO of Skyharbour Resources, a Uranium exploration company with projects in the Athabasca Basin. Car Ride Confessions follows top CEOs to explore their greatest...
Published on December 8, 2017
Dev Randhawa (Fission), Amir Adnani (UEC), Jordan Trimble (Skyharbour), David Cates (Denison) and moderator Rick Rule gather to discuss uranium investment at the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco.
Published on November 30, 2017
By Nicholas – Published on November 30, 2017
Uranium hasn't been a very popular investment ever since the Fukushima reactor went bad in 2011, and the Government of Japan took the rest of the nation's reactors offline. The price of uranium cratered, and today it is struggling to rise above $20 USD/lb. Pretty much every major uranium...
By Nicholas – Published on November 18, 2017
It has never been easy to make money, and as the last few years have shown, the world of mining can be a tough one. But there are people out there who know how to create value, and in a few days a number of them will be meeting in downtown San Francisco. Marin Katusa will be presenting this...
By Nicholas – Published on November 17, 2017
The Silver and Gold Summit will be starting in a few days, and there is a lot going on in the heart of San Francisco. This year Cambridge House International and Marin Katusa have put together a great group of presenters, with some of the biggest names in resource investing among them. If you...
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