URA: The Bull Case For Uranium Glows Brighter

HT Ganzo One pound of uranium is worth about 3 million pounds worth of coal or oil. – James Lovelock. I’ve hosted a number of Lead-Lag Live Twitter Spaces/podcasts with thought leaders in the clean energy space who make strong arguments around investing in Uranium, which is a heavy, radioactive metal that is primarily used as a fuel source in nuclear power plants. It has the remarkable ability to generate massive amounts of electricity without producing carbon emissions. This feature makes it a viable candidate for the global transition towards cleaner energy alternatives.

I’ve said all along I believe in the thesis, but the question is why? Why Invest in Uranium?

There are several compelling reasons to consider investing in uranium:

> Growing Demand for Clean Energy : The global shift towards sustainable, low-carbon energy sources is driving the demand for uranium. Nuclear power is gaining recognition as a reliable […]

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