Analyzing Zero-Carbon Goals, Power Infrastructure, The Role Of Nuclear Energy, And How To Invest In Uranium

Jun. 01, 2021 11:10 AM ETDNN, URPTF, UUUU, YLLXF, CCJ, NXE, URA, URNM, CCO:CA, EFR:CA, DML:CA, NXE:CA27 Comments
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  • We'll discuss the carbon neutrality targets of the UK, Europe 27, and the US.
  • For the carbon neutrality targets, we discuss the current progress, the electrical grid, and the electrical storage required to meet those goals.
  • The carbon neutrality targets are not only attainable with stable base loads and nuclear energy is the best option for developed and especially emerging countries.
  • The rise of nuclear energy offers investors a unique opportunity to invest in uranium to profit from the upcoming 10-year uranium bull market.
  • Lastly, we'll talk about how to invest in the nuclear energy market, especially the uranium market as this is the most important factor.

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Developed countries are phasing out fossil fuels for energy generation and implementing laws, policies, and plans to prepare for the green-energy era.

The goal of the Paris Climate Agreement is to reduce greenhouse

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Engineer turned value investor and researcher. Worked as an engineer in the semiconductor industry in the field of design and characterization. Fell in love with business analysis and stock analysis in 2016 and became an eternal student.  I focus on long-term and income-generating investments. Occasionally, I use options to hedge or start positions.

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