Japan’s Election Results Have Uranium Bulls Ready to Charge

The results from Japan’s general election Sunday may be a bellwether event for nuclear power. In a landslide win, Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) claimed 294 out of the 480 seats in the lower house of the Diet Sunday, defeating anti-nuclear opponents with a platform focused on economic issues and foreign policy. The Energy . . . → Read More: Japan’s Election Results Have Uranium Bulls Ready to Charge

A Tale of Two Headlines

http://triblive.com/home/2618872-74/jobs-energy-report-industry-sector-fill-pennsylvania-percent-pittsburgh-region

and

http://www.bizjournals.com/pittsburgh/news/2012/09/18/1200-jobs-cut-as-coal-mines-idled.html

I was going to leave it at that, but what is one of the better written stories on the region’s economy  is remarkably written by a student.  In the Pitt News: Pittsburgh’s economic history forged in the steel mill

More on the travails of coal.  From West Virginia, but note . . . → Read More: A Tale of Two Headlines

Spot Uranium Sleeping Beauties Before the Market Wakes Up: Jeb Handwerger

Pundits may have closed the book on the so-called nuclear renaissance, but the story is far from over. In this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Gold Stock Trades Editor Jeb Handwerger names the “sleeping beauties” quietly proving their worth. A new generation of nuclear energy must be part of a diversified happy . . . → Read More: Spot Uranium Sleeping Beauties Before the Market Wakes Up: Jeb Handwerger

Doug Casey: Glowing Prospects for Uranium

The Western world’s skittishness, skepticism and staunch opposition when in comes to nuclear energy won’t stand in the way of its production elsewhere in the world. It will be full steam ahead in China, India and other developing nations, says Casey Research Chairman Doug Casey, and the Western world is tiny in comparison. . . . → Read More: Doug Casey: Glowing Prospects for Uranium

Bob Moriarty: Peak Oil Passed

Self-professed contrarian and 321Energy Founder Bob Moriarty expects energy and food prices to follow oil on an upward trajectory, fueling more and more turmoil, unrest and violence around the planet, including the Western world. Read on for more insights in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report.

The Energy Report: The markets . . . → Read More: Bob Moriarty: Peak Oil Passed

Rick Mills: Which Stocks Will Win Race to Feed a Power-Hungry World?

Uranium and potash prices seem to be inversely correlated lately: As potash prices reach their highest levels, uranium prices have suffered. But Richard (Rick) Mills, host of Ahead of the Herd online and editor of the Ahead of the Herd newsletter, believes the prospects for both industries are bright. In this exclusive interview . . . → Read More: Rick Mills: Which Stocks Will Win Race to Feed a Power-Hungry World?

Geordie Mark: Big Nuclear Future on Horizon

Japan’s nuclear catastrophe sent shock waves through the uranium market, but in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report, Haywood Securities Analyst Geordie Mark explains why the disaster in Japan isn’t the end for uranium miners.

Companies Mentioned: AREVA Bannerman Resources Ltd. Cameco Corp. Denison Mines Corp. Extract Resources Ltd. Hathor Exploration Ltd. . . . → Read More: Geordie Mark: Big Nuclear Future on Horizon

Doug Casey: Uranium, Rich People's Food Hold Value

Worldwide hysteria and the fear factor notwithstanding, Casey Research Chairman Doug Casey still considers nuclear power “by far the safest, cheapest and cleanest form of mass power generation.” Sharing his views in this Energy Report exclusive on the eve of a sold-out Casey Research Summit in Boca Raton, Florida, . . . → Read More: Doug Casey: Uranium, Rich People’s Food Hold Value

UFC: NatGas vs. the Neutron

Because of the NYTimes article last week there is heightened new interest across Pennsylvania over radiation in the fracking water being used in Marcellus Shale development.  Just saying that we mentioned the whole radiation in shale issue here just over a year ago. So clearly some folks are not surprised by this.  So why is . . . → Read More: NatGas vs. the Neutron

Kevin Bambrough: Fiat Currencies Are Worthless

Kevin Bambrough founded Sprott Resource Corp. in 2007 to take advantage of a future in which he believes trust in paper currencies will diminish. The idea is to invest in natural resources, including precious metals, energy and agriculture, which represent tangible value from which investors will benefit as necessities become more precious. Unlike closed- . . . → Read More: Kevin Bambrough: Fiat Currencies Are Worthless