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Sunday
Aug042013

Lib Dems may be set to relax trademark anti-nuclear stance


Opposition to building a new generation of nuclear power stations has been one of the Liberal Democrats’ most distinctive policy positions

Liberal Democrats could ditch their long-standing antipathy to nuclear energy next month in a conference debate that will cause deep divisions within the party.

Opposition to building a new generation of nuclear power stations has been one of the Liberal Democrats’ most distinctive policy positions although they have watered it down in the Coalition Government

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Wednesday
Jul312013

Winning Streak Sees SK OptionTrader Closing to New Subscribers

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SK OptionTrader has been on a winning streak, closing 21 winners in a row since December 2012.  Four of the trades in that winning streak more than doubled in value, with one more than tripling. This streak has resulted in a significant surge in demand for our service, and in order to maintain our high standard we are closing our doors to new subscribers.

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Wednesday
Jul312013

Mini-nuclear plants the next frontier of US power supply -- or the next Solyndra?  

By John Roberts Published July 30, 2013 FoxNews.com

A boon to the economy? Or a boondoggle? 

That's the debate raging over a new nuclear technology that -- depending on your perspective -- is either a game-changer in electrical generation, or a failure-in-the-making that will fleece taxpayers for a half-billion dollars. 

The technology, called "small modular reactors,"

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Monday
Jul292013

SK OptionTrader: From Inception to Limiting Subscriber Numbers

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The SK OptionTrader service has returned 727.54% since its inception in August 2009, boasting an annualized return of 71.76% during that time. To date we have closed 133 trades with an 87.97% win rate, and more than one in ten of those winning trades have more than doubled in value. Over the course of the last four years we have gone from strength to strength, outperforming many other investment vehicles, including gold by nearly 20 times over and the S&P by more than 10 times over!

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Friday
Jul262013

SK OptionTrader to Close to New Subscribers on August 10th

 

Yes, that is correct, two weeks from now the service with a return since inception of 727.54% will be closed to new subscribers. Our phenomenal success so far this year has resulted in a substantial rise in demand for the service, and as such we will close our doors by August 10th. Over the past four years we have provided a high level of service and performance, generating a 71.76% annualized return since our inception, and we wish to maintain this for our existing clients; to ensure this happens we have decided to close our service new subscribers

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Thursday
Jul252013

SA to finalise nuclear procurement ‘roadmap’ by November

South Africa should finalise its ‘nuclear procurement roadmap’ by November, Department of Energy (DoE) director-general Nelisiwe Magubane reports, adding that a study on the likely costs of such a programme should be completed in September.

Speaking exclusively to Engineering News Online during a broad-ranging interview, Magubane indicated that creating certainty on the approach to be adopted remained a priority for the DoE and for government, which is coordinating its decision-making through the National Nuclear Energy Executive Coordination Committee (NNEECC), chaired by Deputy PresidentKgalema Motlanthe.

However, the National Development Plan also called for greater clarity on the costs and on South Africa’s ability to afford the proposed deployment of 9 600 MW of new nuclear capacity,

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Wednesday
Jul172013

Hinkley nuclear power station (UK) community 'could receive £128m'

UK communities could be paid millions of pounds to host nuclear power plants, the government announced on Wednesday, according to The Guardian

Eight sites in England and Wales could be in line to receive benefits of up to £1,000 per megawatt hour of electricity produced for up to 40 years after the reactors come online.

The funds will be tailored to

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Monday
Jul152013

Uranium, rare earths miners in doldrums

A FEW years ago, talking up a well-balanced portfolio of uranium and rare earth elements assets would have been a mouth-watering come-on for investors. Not now, of course.

You've got Toro Energy (TOE) with most of its ducks in a row including finance and government approvals to develop Western Australia's first uranium mine. All except the rather important duck of a spot uranium price somewhere in the vicinity of $US70 a pound that would make the mine viable; it's stuck with $US39.50/lb.

A few years ago,

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Sunday
Jul142013

Bounce in Gold Is a Dead Cat – Fade The Rally

Gold prices have enjoyed a welcome bounce from $1200 to $1280 recently, which has some perma-bulls bringing out the famous “this is the bottom” LP yet again, a record which has been played so many times this year it must be getting close to wearing out. Whilst this minor bounce in gold is to be expected with Bernanke cooling the markets aggressive tapering expectations, a major rally is not sustainable since the Fed is not embarking on any new quantitative easing in the foreseeable future.

As such we view this to be a dead cat bounce and, having taken profit on our previously aggressive short position on gold,

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Wednesday
Jul102013

Japan Threatens to Restart Nuclear Power Plants

Japan is on course to restart its nuclear reactors, which have been off-line for safety inspections since the March 11, 2011 nuclear disaster at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

As a result of the Fukushima disaster, Japan's 50 nuclear power plants were taken offline for safety checks.

Before the Fukushima accident, Japan was the third-largest consumer of nuclear energy, followed by the U.S. and France and deriving 13 percent of its energy from nuclear power.

Japan is also the world's third largest economy

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