Why Uranium Prices Will Spike in 2013: Raymond James

Analyst David Sadowski of Raymond James sees a lot on the horizon for uranium: a supply shortfall, escalating Asian demand and seasonality, to name just a few. As a former geologist-turned sellside analyst, Sadowski’s conviction in uranium’s bullish future is rock solid, and he urges investors to get exposure now, as prices in . . . → Read More: Why Uranium Prices Will Spike in 2013: Raymond James

So has natural gas drilling increased in Pennsylvania?

This week EIA hightlights this look at how natural gas development has changed in Pennsylania over the last 7 years.

And Now, For Some Pedantry

Tom Woods refutes a (possible) straw man:

(2) He thinks private ownership is a form of “central planning.” (This guy has his own show?) Central planning involves (1) the direction of resources in the absence of property rights, or (2) orders handed down to resource owners by non-owners. Neither applies in the case of . . . → Read More: And Now, For Some Pedantry

Economic Events on August 28, 2012

At 7:45 AM Eastern time, the weekly ICSC-Goldman Store Sales report will be released, giving an update on the health of the consumer through this analysis of retail sales.

At 8:55 AM Eastern time, the weekly Redbook report will be released, giving us more information about consumer spending.

At 9:00 AM Eastern time, the . . . → Read More: Economic Events on August 28, 2012