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Joshua Hall: Uranium Series Part Ten: Uranium and Vanadium Demand Will Only Keep Growing

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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Joshua discusses why like many resource investors he is bullish on uranium. He is beginning to see a lot of money preparing to go into the sector. The price is likely to return to the $40 to $50 level as large producers have reduced their production to get a higher price. He discusses his macro view of the resource market. China bottomed out in 2014 and investors need to watch them carefully as they are one of the most important factors in the markets today. They still have four years of growth to go. Time Stamp Reference: 01:13 – Joshua’s uranium perspective. 02:00 – Price levels and cutbacks. 03:30 – Focused on the Canadian Athabasca Basin. 05:30 – Overview of the resource sector and China. 06:40 – Double bottom before a major move. 07:00 – Three base metals that are good opportunities. 11:00 – Underlying fundamentals with China. 11:20 – Bullish on U.S. stock market. 12:50 – Vanadium outlook and predictions.
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George (6 days ago)
Funny he talks fromboth sides of his mouth. He just published a article dampened expectations on uranium by Joshua hall. Here he praises uranium there he states short term gains seen in this sector. Either Collin or theses mining companies are paying a hefty amount to get theses views published
STEPHAN FEIBISH (1 month ago)
Much to my chagrin. Some uranium mining shares I have have become uranium vanadium shares. Here's hoping they don't become uranium, vanadium, cannabis shares.I remember when Zapata (offshore oil rigs, fishing fleet) became an internet company.
STEPHAN FEIBISH (1 month ago)
I have shares in uranium mining companies. I haven't seen the video yet. The risk for me is that a technology is developed to store the energy produced by solar cells and wind farms.
scratch (1 month ago)
Nuclear is ecologically destructive all along the way. Starting with the mining of uranium. Which is an extremely carbon releasing process. All that heavy machinery doesn't run on wishful thoughts. And at the other end of this, the world is now dying from the Fukushima meltdowns. The prevailing easterlies are carrying radiation from Japan and dumping it onto the USA and the cpm counts across the country are now in the hundreds of cpms. And anything over 50 cpm is bad news getting worse. The USA is now dying from the radiation it exported. The radioactive chickens have come home to roost.
cityguyable (1 month ago)
scratch or... https://youtu.be/LEXG7h6kBOQ
Graham Sanders (1 month ago)
On the world stage, a key factor is existing uranium mines is in Australia that export, with ERA " ranger mine" lease expiring in January 2021. As a major supplier unless this lease can be extended, that may accelerate uranium prices, regardless of the stock market. Maybe a review of world miners could be interesting.
Worldwide Media (1 month ago)
Great video series! Thanks for all the thought-provoking discussion.
jim bob (1 month ago)
Fantastic series

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