Nuclear Fusion Technology Could Be A $40 Trillion Market

Dec. 28, 2022 12:50 PM ET11 Comments
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  • Bloomberg estimates that nuclear fusion could one day achieve a $40 trillion valuation.
  • In 2022, private investment in nuclear fusion technology is estimated to top $1 billion.
  • At the moment, there are no publicly traded fusion companies, but that could easily change. Sixty-four "nuclear" stocks have beaten global equities for the year.

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Scientists at the Energy Department’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ("LLNL") in California recently announced the first-ever demonstration of fusion “ignition.” This means that more energy was generated from fusion than was needed to operate the high-powered lasers that

Private Sector Investment in Nuclear Fusion May Top $1 Billion in 2022

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Nuclear Stocks Have Outperformed the Global Market

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Frank Holmes is a Canadian-American investor, venture capitalist and philanthropist. He is CEO and chief investment officer of U.S. Global Investors, a publicly traded investment company based in San Antonio, TX, that oversees more than $4 billion in assets (Nasdaq: GROW). He is known for his expertise in gold and precious metals and launching unique investment products. Holmes also serves as executive chairman of HIVE Blockchain Technologies, the first publicly traded cryptocurrency mining company (TSX.V: HIVE).

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