Nuclear energy is a domain that has been widely discussed in the prior decades. Whilst some had maintained that it is a revolutionary idea in the context of the clean energy transition, others insisted that it is a hazard best avoided. The recent energy crisis across the globe has once again brought nuclear into the spotlight. Europe’s dependence on the Russian gas supply has exposed the continent to a critical vulnerability that has caused EU lawmakers to accept the superiority and sustainability of nuclear energy. Uranium, in particular, a commodity that is vital in the production of nuclear energy, seems to show immense promise in the future outlook of the world. Economists expect a nuclear breakthrough to be imminent, which could cause Uranium prices to surge. For investors seeking an early position in the upcoming nuclear shift, we present the top 5 most promising Uranium stocks to buy. Denison […]
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