Which Uranium ETF Could Thrive in the Energy Crisis?

Are you worried about energy costs? You’re not the only one. Around the world, from sanctions on Russian oil, gas, and coal exports following its invasion of Ukraine to post-COVID-19, resurgent economies driving inflation, energy challenges are a key issue for policymakers, businesses, and everyday people. With energy issues poised to be even worse next winter , a Uranium ETF could be a smart play for thoughtful investors.

Uranium has negative connotations, moreso in the United States than in nations like France, where more than 2/3 of its electricity is produced by nuclear power. But as a zero-emission energy source, it’s becoming a key piece of the energy transition away from fossil fuels within the United States and around the world, with the U.S., in particular , looking to expand its uranium supply lines to fuel reactors.

Several Uranium ETFs are available for investors looking to tap into uranium’s place in […]

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