Sprott Physical Uranium Trust Benefits From Inelasticity Of Nuclear To Fuel Costs

Sprott Physical Uranium Trust Benefits From Inelasticity Of Nuclear To Fuel Costs

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Sprott Physical Uranium Trust ( OTCPK:SRUUF ) is a Canada-listed fund that owns uranium, and is a way for investors to bet on uranium spot prices. It recently tried to list in the U.S. but failed , and while that is a bit of discussion in and of itself on the marketability of the issue, we are going to focus on the fundamentals of uranium, and why uranium is an asset that investors should consider especially as prices have retreated. Nuclear could be a megatrend, and demand destruction doesn’t exist in nuclear power. Getting it right on the strategic shift away from a total renewable focus can mean excellent returns for investors. Strategic Note

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