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Uranium: The Next Big Play


Uranium is the next big play according to Joe Martin. This is a short video clip as posted on Kitco news today, he covers gold and number of other issues but also states that uranium is the next big play. Worth a listen, even though uranium does not get too much time. However, he does mention a price of $70.00/lb, which makes a pleasant change.


Please click here to see the video.

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