VIDEO — John Ciampaglia: Uranium Advice — Get Educated, Keep Expectations Realistic

VIDEO — John Ciampaglia: Uranium Advice — Get Educated, Keep Expectations Realistic

The Sprott Physical Uranium Trust (TSX: U.UN ) has made an impression since launching this past summer, spurring newfound excitement about the uranium sector and helping to kick off a long-awaited price rise.

Speaking to the Investing News Network, John Ciampaglia, CEO of Sprott Asset Management, said he sees a variety of reasons for the strong interest in the trust, with transparency being a key element.

“I think the trust acts as a really good proxy for what the spot uranium market is doing every day,” he explained.

“That transparency I think helps the fund trade more efficiently in terms of its net asset value market value; (it) gives investors the confidence to understand and the knowledge to understand exactly what does the trust hold every day, what’s it doing. And that transparency we’ve received great feedback on.”Ciampaglia believes uranium attention is still in its early stages, and said he’s had […]

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