Going nuclear



Uranium investing is glowing ever brighter, with a renaissance in the nuclear energy industry under way and financial participation in the metal picking up. The World Nuclear Association predicts the global percentage share of nuclear-generated power will increase to 17% by 2020. Meanwhile, a hike in uranium prices of around 1,700% over the past seven years has led to increasing interest from the financial sector. Investment funds, such as the Toronto Stock Exchange-listed Uranium Participation

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