Global uranium gun of 35 years says prices are poised for record highs

Europe-based Sashi Davies says the market is “like back in the early 2000s” when the uranium price began to take off. This augurs well for Boss Energy, as shown by this week’s wave of broker buy recommendations following a site visit. Plus, lithium presenters to give a real-life version of the price outlook at next week’s Resources Rising Stars conferences.

Sashi Davies reckons the uranium market is poised for a breakout that will carry it beyond previous highs. Exciting times ahead for the space, she says.

Davies is an internationally acclaimed nuclear power/uranium expert who has been immersed in the industry for more than 35 years on the physics side of things, as well as the production side of things, including stints at the Rossing and Husab mines in Namibia.

When she talks publicly about the outlook for an industry noted for its opaqueness, the market sits up and takes notice.So […]

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