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Uranium Stocks

Uranium stocks are benefiting from a seemingly unstoppable growth in global energy demand for cleaner, more reliable sources. According to various studies, nuclear is cheaper than both gas- and coal-fired power in most countries. Nuclear power also produces no emissions of greenhouse gases or any other pollutant. These factors make investing in nuclear energy and uranium stocks a profitable proposition for many investors.

The most direct way to play an expansion of nuclear power is to buy the companies that supply the key nuclear fuel—uranium. Although supply is limited, demand for uranium will pick up steam as new reactors come on line during the coming years.

Check out our extensive archive of uranium-related news and stock ideas that will help you take advantage of ongoing trends in investing in uranium stocks. For a more complete picture of the uranium market—and to get our number one uranium stock pick—check out Elliott Gue’s authoritative FREE research report, on the Best Uranium Investment Opportunity to Buy Now.

Nuclear Renaissance Beckons Investors

Nuclear power is projected to see strong growth over the next couple of decades, but investors should play the sector selectively.  

For Uranium, Glow at Tunnel’s End

Miners of nuclear fuel have heated up ahead of the first restart of a Japanese reactor. China and India will drive longer-term growth.

Beyond Fossil Fuels

Hydropower, nuclear and renewable energy emit less carbon, but each has its own warts and costs.

Power Politics

To meet the military's increasing demand for electricity, the Dept of Defense has intensified its search for permanent, on-site generation. Nuclear power is one option.

Copenhagen Takeaways

The Copenhagen Accord disappointed many and served as a rallying cry for opponents, but investors need to read between the lines to pick the likely long-term winners.

Think Thorium

I'd stick to the established players in nuclear power for now, but keep an ear to the ground on Thorium reactors.

Copenhagen Takeaways

The Copenhagen Accord disappointed many and served as a rallying cry for opponents, but investors need to read between the lines to pick the likely long-term winners.

Copenhagen Takeaways

The Copenhagen Accord disappointed many and served as a rallying cry for opponents, but investors need to read between the lines to pick the likely long-term winners.

Going Nuclear

Nuclear power generation will play a vital role in meeting rising global demand. That nuclear power is a carbon-free source is only one factor in its rising profile; the operating economics are also highly competitive. Total global generation from nuclear sources is projected to grow close to 40 percent by 2030, with developing world countries such as China and India driving much of that growth.

More Electricity, Less Carbon

Booming electricity demand and more stringent environmental regulations are powering growth for nuclear power and alternative energy. Here’s how to profit.

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