NAGA Adds Two New Energy Assets to its 1,000+ Portfolio

In light of the ongoing energy crisis in Europe, the social trading platform NAGA adds 2 energy assets to its diverse portfolio. NAGA is gearing up for winter and responding to the current energy deficiency in Europe by adding two new energy-centred stocks to its portfolio. The social trading platform already has 39 energy assets that span across 3 asset classes – stocks, commodities, and ETFs. The newest additions will bring the total to over 40.

Energy is a popular industry for investments due to its vitality in our everyday lives. It is used to heat our homes, light our spaces, charge our phones, fuel our cars, and just about anything else we do. NAGA’s New Energy Stocks

The energy crisis in Europe has prompted nations to rethink shutting down their nuclear reactors, making uranium-supplying companies a lucrative option. Uranium is used to power commercial nuclear reactors that produce electricity […]

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