Top Stories This Week: Uranium’s Price Potential, How Gold Could Hit US$3,000

Top Stories This Week: Uranium’s Price Potential, How Gold Could Hit US$3,000

Uranium remains in the spotlight, and that’s where this week’s update is going to start.

If you’ve been following along, you’ll remember that the market has been attracting attention since the Sprott Physical Uranium Trust (TSX: U.UN ) came onto the scene and started buying up physical uranium.

I recently spoke with Justin Huhn of Uranium Insider , who took the time to explain where the market could go from here. He’s not a fan of making price predictions, but did say the commodity could “absolutely” rise as high as it did during the last cycle, when it peaked around US$140 per pound. Gold In 2021 – Will It Be Another Wild Ride?

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