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Monday
Apr022018

Nuclear Energy Institute applauds spending bill

The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) recently commended the passage of the $1.3 trillion federal omnibus spending bill, which includes approximately $1.2 billion for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) nuclear energy programs and $922 million for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC).

“We commend and thank congressional appropriators for their recognition that investment in nuclear energy technologies will deliver enormous benefits to our energy system, our environment, our workers and our national security,” NEI Vice President of Policy Development and Public Affairs John Kotek said.

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Tuesday
Mar202018

Why Oil-Rich Saudi Arabia Is Turning to Nuclear Power

With the world’s second-biggest proven reserves of oil, Saudi Arabia seems an unlikely aspirant to the nuclear-energy club. Yet the largest oil exporter plans to build at least 16 nuclear reactors over the next 25 years at a cost of more than $80 billion. The Saudis see atomic energy as a way to ease their dependence on finite fossil fuels. But they are also driven by competition with their rival Iran, which has multiple nuclear facilities. Whatever the motivation, the turn to nuclear power by Saudi Arabia, and several other countries in Middle East, raises the risk of a nuclear arms race in the most unstable part of the world.

1. What’s the security risk?

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Thursday
Mar012018

Rick Perry planning nuclear energy talks with Saudi Arabia: report

Energy Secretary Rick Perry will head to London to meet with officials from Saudi Arabia on Friday as the Trump administration considers a nuclear energy deal with the nation, Bloomberg News reports.

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Wednesday
Feb142018

Nuclear Fusion Could Be A Silver Bullet -- And Just Around The Corner

 

Private investors are now actively trying to commercialize an advanced form of nuclear energy and one that would leave no environmental footprint while also delivering electricity to the world’s expanding population. At issue is nuclear fusion, which has been an elusive concept for six decades but which one firm hopes to makes real by 2025.

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Wednesday
Jan312018

VIDEO — Nick Hodge: It’s Not Too Late to Invest in Uranium

Despite production cuts and major potential price catalysts, investors haven't missed the boat on uranium, says Nick Hodge of the Outsider Club.

At the end of 2017, production cuts from Kazatomprom and Cameco (TSX:CCO,NYSE:CCJ) left uranium companies and investors with hope for the downtrodden sector. Uranium prices and stocks have ticked upward, and optimism is much higher than it has been for some time.

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Wednesday
Jan242018

The Perfect “Crisis Investment” for 2018


Longtime readers know I’ve been pounding the table about uranium.

I think the price of uranium is about to soar, making it the perfect “crisis investment” for 2018.

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Wednesday
Jan172018

Nuclear Power Provides A Whole Lot More Than Just Energy

Another study on the economics of nuclear energy found unequivocally that nuclear power plants provide substantial economic benefits to the states and regions in which they reside.

In this case, the study focused on the Columbia Generating Station, operated by Energy Northwest, in eastern Washington State. Performed by the Nuclear Energy Institute, the study found that the power plant,

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Sunday
Dec172017

Nuclear, renewables to help French CO2 reduction goals, Macron says

PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday he would not follow Germany’s example by phasing out nuclear energy in France because his priority was to cut carbon emissions and shut down polluting coal-fired production.

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Tuesday
Dec122017

Our Premium Service is now to offer stock options trades

Good Day,

This is just a quick note to let you know that we are expanding our current service.

Due to popular demand our ‘Stock Trader’ service will now be expanded to include stock options trades in the precious metals mining sector such as we have done with companies like Yamana, Randgold and Agnico-Eagle in the past.

As evidenced by the Gold Bugs Index, the HUI, the precious metals producers are having a hard time as this sell-off continues. I am of the view that gold and silver are undervalued and that a rally is overdue in this tiny sector of the market.

The mining companies that we have in focus have done a lot of work to reduce costs and streamline production and are generating decent profits right now. As the precious metals increase in price these quality producers will improve their balance sheets considerably and sooner or later will catch the eye of investors across the globe.

If you are of a similar mind, then join us now on this new and exciting venture.

Take good care, Bob K

 

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Wednesday
Nov152017

Does Nuclear Power Have a Robust Future in the U.S.?

Supporters say reforms would allow the industry to scale up and reduce costs. But skeptics say market forces working against the industry are too strong.

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