The after effects of the bubble labor on and on. Source: Cameco… Those giddy times when they went all in with the “original Uranium bug”
The macro view of Uranium is that the slack demand will eventually start to tighten (note the word “eventually” with patience) and that the sector
 A subscriber kindly sent in a link to this very informative article. Check it out if U have interest. ;-) Why Renewables Can’t Save
Some monthly charts of interest in the commodity sector, including precious metals. CRB Index dwells below key resistance. A break of 200 would target around
The market is rotating out of the leader (NDX, tech) and even more so the leader’s leader (SOX, Semisconductors) and even more than that, the
I’ve been out this morning finding out that my dog, beloved as an important member of our family, has cancer. He was a shelter hound,
Three commodities that have gotten big hype bids over the years include what I call the “outliers”, Uranium, Rate Earth Elements and Lithium. Way back
Last week we noted that Uranium looked interesting. This week it looks interestinger-still. URA is poking the zone about which we’ve noted in July 2nd’s
We noted in NFTRH 454 (online edition) a couple weeks ago that… “The uranium fund is pinned below the declining SMA 50 but has the
I created the title and then had a flashback to Spy vs. Spy… :-) Anyway, here are some daily charts of other items vs. SPY.
In a recent NFTRH report we noted that the Uranium ETF was making constructive moves at the SMA 200. Here is an updated chart.
For all you Uranium enthusiasts out there… Assuming that USD has gone bearish (let’s watch for a weekly close below the Sept. low) the commodity
A brief update as I am on a mini getaway in NYC and will be hitting the road shortly. TIP-TLT has continued upward and broken
Well, the Uranium patch sure is interesting. We have been noting for several weeks now the difference between Thing 1 (the price of Uranium Oxide)