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article imageReview: Should you invest in uranium?

By Alexander Baron     Apr 7, 2012 in Business
An American financial analyst is recommending his subscribers to invest in uranium. His arguments are persuasive - if you think money is everything.
The advice is given in a quite lengthy informative video, which can currently be found here. This is a leading independent website aimed at the smaller investor as well as the big boys. StreetAuthority has certainly done its homework, but the claim that uranium is the safest, cleanest and cheapest way to provide the world with mass power leaves something to be desired. Cheaper than the Sun? Cleaner than wind or water? When was the last time you heard of a windmill being shut down after a radiation scare?
Nevertheless, the arguments put forward in this video for investing in uranium make a lot of financial sense, thanks to our short sighted governments. Instead of drilling for oil even under the sea, and mining coal, they should be following the lead of supposedly backward countries like Kenya.
According to the US Department of Energy, there are 441 nuclear plants worldwide and these produce 16% of the world's energy. And, with more uranium reactors being constructed every year, this begs the question, why is there so much manufactured controversy over Iran's nuclear programme?
There is a lot of other advice here concerning especially lithium and silver. The big question is can you afford $198 a year for a subscription? With the advice in this video, maybe you won't need to. And unless our governments change their Weltanschauung on energy, your grandchildren, or even your children, won't be able to by the time they come of age.
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