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Stokdog Jun 16
The world is entering a multi-year deficit: the result of production curtailment, lack of greenfields development and reduced secondary supply. U needs to rise at least 100 percent before a majority of miners can even contemplate restarting idled capacity or moving ahead
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A.C.M Jun 12
Awaiting the results of the Section 232, in the meantime I’ve been increasing my % of both & .
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AndyForster Jun 16
It’s been a slow burn but I believe the catalyst is only a few weeks away to get this bull market moving.
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John Quakes Jun 15
President & Secretary Perry throw their weight behind construction of 2 new 1250MW US reactors: "America is back in the industry, folks. We are back. We’re going to be leading the world.” ⚛️🏗️⤴️ 🌊
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Brandon Weber Jun 11
A renaissance in the west?! Imagine what that will do to the market. Yes, the tide is shifting. Recognizing long term trends takes time and patience for it to materialize into asset prices.
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John Quakes Jun 17
Mike Alkin's new podcast: What to expect from the decision (Ep. 63) 📻 As 232 decision deadline looms… Jeff Klenda, CEO of Ur-Energy , gives his take on how it’ll all play out—and why. A "must listen".👂
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Andy Childs Jun 17
Thank you for a tremendous podcast this week! I was blown away listening to Jeff Klenda outline the historical Russia involvement in the market. Also, prayers for comfort to your grieving friends who lost their daughter in the car accident.
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Dave Forest Jun 10
Breaking in : Japan adopts plan to raise nuclear power to as much as 22% of power mix by 2030.
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Michael Pierce Jun 17
Only listen to the last 8 minutes. The rest is about Russia and kazak bad! He believes quotas have already been decided with announcement before July 14!
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John Quakes Jun 17
Fearing new trade barriers on US imports 😨 Kazatomprom CEO Pirmatov plays the -you'll hurt US industry- card🃏 attempting to dissuade President from any trade action. ⚛️ via
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D. Plainview Jun 17
Let's eliminate this possible future offer of the models, if someone had included it. deficit increasing. Virginia ban on uranium mining upheld by U.S. Supreme Court
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Dave Duong Jun 9
Kazakhstan election: Hundreds arrested in poll protests. This country is the largest producer of . Is security of supply on mind?
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Stokdog Jun 16
This next bull market has taken longer to develop but will last longer than the previous one. Reason being there has been a lack of investment in new mines and development of resources. The industry is living off previous investment and has overslept. Time to wake up!
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L Jun 9
Yo, bulls, can you guess where I was today? (Hint: ISR.)
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Squawking Seagull Jun 15
Replying to @uraniuminsider
The Bull Case keeps getting better for
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Mer-Man Jun 11
Listen, we all know there is a surplus. That is normal. You are not bringing anything new to the table. But you see, less uranium is produced than what is consumed each year. And the price of uranium is less than the cost to produce it. You do the math.
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SumSumFliege 59m
Anyone in space using Futures contracts?
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Brent Brickman Jun 17
Cameco Corp It simply doesn't get much better for an entry point for those wanting to start a portfolio. Sector fundamentals are still not understood well or appreciated....and that's an understatement!
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David Li Jun 11
: What is Energy Fuels Worth Today (and Tomorrow)? via @Fahy_Co
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SumSumFliege 18h
Town hall of Retortillo (Salamanca) has no competence granting license for building mine. Depends on Spanish Supreme Court. Again, bad news for , . Just facts, reality:
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