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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 25th, 2023 | 14:02 CET

Fission Uranium, GoviEx, Cameco - Uranium: New supercycle on the horizon

  • Mining
  • uranium
  • Energy
  • renewableenergies

The international community sees an urgent need to make electricity generation carbon-free to protect people and the planet from the dangers of air pollution and climate change. To be able to cover this with sustainable energy, nuclear energy is essential, in addition to the expansion of wind and solar power. With the exception of Germany, the largest industrialized countries are focusing on building new reactors. However, due to the sanctions against Russia, increasing demand is being met by an insufficient supply of uranium. The beneficiaries of this shortage are uranium producers from Western countries.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 20th, 2023 | 13:50 CET

Cameco, Tocvan Ventures, Barrick Gold - Shining in new splendor

  • Mining
  • Gold
  • uranium

The era of hefty interest rate hikes is coming to an end, but high inflation remains. That is bad news for the economy and society. But for precious metals, which serve as inflation protection, this is grist to the mill. In addition to the gold price, another metal has celebrated a comeback recently. Uranium was able to bottom out after a bear market that lasted for years. With demand rising due to climate change, stocks in this sector should promise sustainable gains.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on January 6th, 2023 | 09:44 CET

Power Nickel, American Lithium, Cameco - Last chance before new wave?

  • Mining
  • Lithium
  • Nickel
  • Batteries

The climate targets have been set, and the energy turnaround must be achieved. After the escalation of the conflict in Eastern Europe, the future must become green even faster to escape dependence on Russian oil and gas. Decarbonization is to succeed alongside the electrification of transport and the significant expansion of renewable energies. To date, it has yet to be precisely analyzed where the required industrial metals and raw materials are to come from. A shortage and, thus, sharply rising prices are pre-programmed. Producers of critical goods, especially from the West, are the clear beneficiaries.

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