2013 Performance Comparison Chart
The year 2013 was a disaster for the precious metals sector as gold, silver and the miners were sold off hard. The skoptionstrading team took a bearish stance during this period and generated superb profits for their subscribers.
The above chart shows a return of 92.28% for our options trading service compared with the torrid time that beset gold, silver and the miners, as represented by gold bugs index, the HUI.
Though it would be more surprising if Fission Uranium (TSXV:FCU) didn’t release impressive, high-grade drill results from its Patterson Lake South property, the fact that the company continues to surpass expectations is nothing but encouraging for development at the property.
President Vladimir Putin signed agreements on nuclear energy generation with Argentina on Saturday as part of a Latin American tour aimed at building Russia's influence in the region.
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Whether or not you follow the energy markets, it’s very likely you’ve heard the phrase “U.S. energy independence” at one time or another in recent years. Yet the very notion that the United States can be completely self-sufficient when it comes to supplying our domestic need for energy consumption is seriously flawed for a number of reasons ranging from population growth, pure economics, a lack of public policy and a dated permitting process vital to commercialize new energy projects.
THE Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo, has assured the International Atomic Energy Council (IAEC) that Nigeria is already looking towards the development of her nuclear energy potentials in view of its importance to the nation’s socio-economic breakthrough.
Yes. The Obama Administration actually wants nuclear power. It even looks like the Environmental Protection Agency’s new carbon rules were written in order to ensure the future of nuclear power.
WHEN, NOT IF
“In the uranium business now, industry costs including cost of capital is about $70, so you produce for $70 and sell it for $30 and lose $40. You cannibalize existing capital in corporate vehicles and that goes on until they go broke, and then the price shoots just like it did last decade. That’s a question that begins with when. When does the dam break? It’s not if. Does the price of uranium go up or do the lights go out?”
Mandating the reduction of carbon emissions could result in the increasing use of nuclear energy. Is that good?
If the nation’s current and former leaders of the Environmental Protection Agency are asked, the answer is an unmistakable ‘yes.” In fact, once nuclear plants become operational, they are able to generate electricity efficiently, safely and cheaply. Now that the White House has made it more costly for utilities to emit carbon dioxide, nuclear energy could become an attractive option.