Wednesday, April 8, 2009 at 07:10PM
A huge thank you from all the team here to the 5000 subscribers who have now enrolled for our free newsletter. This newsletter is now being read in all corners of the globe from Coolangatta to Rio Verde and from Mumbai to Oakland. We are flattered not only by the volume of retail investors but also by the number of stock brokers, fund managers, financial institutions, mining companies, CEOs, VPs, financial letter writers and bankers who are also recipients.
You may have noticed the counter on the home page which says 5003 readers by Feedburner, which is slightly misleading as it refers to subscribers. The number of casual visitors to the site is around 20,000 per day on average.
The thing that pleases us most though is the quality of the comments that we received on the site via our comments section under each article. These comments help to police us and add a semblance of balance and normality to what is a small market sector which is unfashionable at the moment but we believe has a lot further to go!
Please feel free to join in if you have not already done so, we want to hear your voice whether you agree with us or not, your comments are really appreciated by the team here.
It is also encouraging to see that when we search msn for uranium stocks we come up top of the first page, again this is all due to our readership so once again many thanks indeed for your co-operation, patience and support.
Have a sparkling day.
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