Uranium, first discovered in 1789, has become an important source of energy on the global stage. With the renewed focus on clean energy and a changing legislative landscape to support the transition, uranium is poised to become more important than ever before.
The uranium market has quietly been transitioning from a bear market to a new bull cycle that commenced in early 2018. For the first time in the last five years, global requirements for uranium have outpaced production, putting uranium explorers, miners, and producers in a favorable position to meet future demand.
This report aims to help the reader understand the history of uranium, the factors that impact both supply and demand, the market outlook, the impact of COVID-19 on production, the cyclical nature of uranium, and ultimately offer insight on what appears to be an attractive risk-reward tradeoff for uranium assets.
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