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Marin Katusa of Casey Research recently spoke to FutureMoneyTrends.com to discuss the energy markets. What he said will shock many of you, he said the nationalization of resources in some countries has started and it's going to get a lot worse.

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When it came to investing in energy, he couldn't stress enough to us how important it is to invest in uranium right now as the commodity trades for less than it cost most producers to mine.

Below are a few excerpts from our interview.

Why Uranium is here to stay:
In the U.S., about 20% of all electricity generation is by nuclear energy. Two out of every ten houses the lights are on because of nuclear energy. To replace that existing infrastructure today would cost trillions of dollars; not even Obama could print that much money to replace the nuclear facilities.

Even after Fukushima’s disaster in Japan, China came out and said…’we have no choice but to build more nuclear reactors.’ They’re going to have over 50 reactors.

Why Uranium is a great currently undervalued commodity to invest in:
The cost of uranium…makes up less than 5% of the cost. When you compare that to a natural gas plant which is about two thirds of its cost or coal which is over 50% of the cost; the price of uranium is almost insignificant to these facilities that make nuclear energy. The only thing these nuclear reactors care about is a long-term secure feed of uranium. So whether uranium is $50 or $200, it barely increases the cost of nuclear energy whereas coal or gas if it was to move up that much people couldn’t afford the electricity cost.

When and how to invest in Uranium:
This is shaping up to be the greatest commodity bull market that I’ve seen in over ten years. Right now Uranium is trading for less than most of the majors can produce the commodity for. That is why you want to follow the management teams that are the lowest cost producers.

Uranium Energy Corp (UEC), Amir Adnani…he has built one of the lowest cost uranium producers in the world; all post-Fukushima. Our subscribers have made over 1000% gains with Amir…This is a guy that lives and breathes his company…that’s the type of person you want to invest in.

UEC is a low risk, low cost producer in the U.S. that is something that is going to be very desirable moving forward.


FutureMoneyTrends.com releases its special 2013 trend report on the uranium sector, it includes a detailed analysis, company profiles, and the pros and cons of uranium.

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