Back in November we took a close look at the uranium market.
That's because the end of a 20-year milestone agreement was fast approaching......
After 20 Years, the Uranium Race Is Set to Resume – Price Surge Could Begin as Early as December
One in every 10 lightbulbs in the United States gets its power from Russian fuel. It's been that way ever since 1993, when the Megatons to Megawattsprogram began.
Under this agreement, the highly enriched uranium (HEU) contained in ex-Soviet nuclear weapons was downblended and converted into nuclear fuel.
It was a win-win arrangement. Americans got the nuclear fuel they needed; the Russians got the hard currency they needed. And the world got a...
And that's going to open up a fantastic opportunity for us...
Time to Buy These "Out of Print" Assets
From the Editor: We've been tracking this threat for years, ever since Keith Fitz-Gerald brought it to your attention back in January 2010. Today, Resources Specialist Peter Krauth weighs in on some recent developments in this story, because three of the commodities he covers can protect you. The Fed can't print these things... Here's Peter.
Central banks may have...
And now you'll need to...
Is Bill Ackman's Air Products Helium Bet Full of Hot Air?
Bill Ackman is trying to find a winner. Over the past two weeks, Wall Street kept its eye on one of richest and shrewdest hedge fund managers in the game.
Speculation about his target increased as he informed investors that he was seeking to make another splash in an "undervalued" company. And he certainly did, his biggest splash ever.
As Economy Heats Up, Will Commodities
Thanks to the life support of $12 trillion and 515 rate cuts by the world's central banks since March 2009, the global economy's heart is beginning to beat again.
As the market senses a robust economic recovery is underway, expectations are climbing that this growth will continue. Even the Federal Reserve has hinted that it may taper quantitative easing because of the improved economic situation. As a result, interest rates are increasing.
Europe was the...