Sprott Uranium Miners ETF (NYSE Arca: URNM)
Investing in Companies Critical to the Clean Energy Transition
Launched April 25, 2022Learn more
The U3O8 uranium spot price climbed 8.32% in October, rising from $48.25 to $52.27 per pound. YTD as of October 31, 2022, the uranium spot price Has climbed by 24.12%. We believe the uranium bull market remains intact despite the negative macroeconomic environment. Our outlook is supported by the unprecedented number of announcements for nuclear power plant restarts, life extensions and new builds that are all creating demand for uranium.
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Sprott Monthly Report: Fed Pivot FOMO and Financial Instability
November 4, 2022
The tough year continued in October for many asset classes, including gold and other precious metals. Gold demand, however, was strong in Q3 2022 as long-term investors took advantage of lower prices to build positions.
Podcast: November 2022 Uranium Update
November 8, 2022
Just back from the NEI's International Uranium Fuel Seminar in Las Vegas, Per Jander of WMC Energy joins Sprott's Ed Coyne and John Ciampaglia to tackle the latest news on uranium markets.
Podcast: ESG GOLD with Agnico Eagle
October 25, 2022
Mohammed Ali from Agnico Eagle joins host Ed Coyne to discuss the firm's deep commitment to applying ESG principles to its mining operations and the communities in which it operates.
The Dollar, Safe Haven or Leaky Lifeboat
October 7, 2022
John Hathaway: " Dollar strength is a mirage, the reverse image of the flaw inherent in all paper currencies. The fatal flaw is that they are the ever increasing issuance of fiscal decay. The façade of dollar strength foretells a comeuppance for all currencies in the form of a steep devaluation in terms of gold."
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