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Ausbiz – Why you should invest in the uranium sector in 2024

Ausbiz – Why you should invest in the uranium sector in 2024

In my recent interview with Ausbiz, I discussed the surging appeal of uranium given global decarbonisation efforts. Is there an investment opportunity here for 2024? Learn more on the shift in focus to the U.S. and Canada due to their stable uranium production, in a hope of reducing the dependency on Russia and other countries. Watch the full interview here: Why you should invest in the uranium sector in 2024


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  1. Although I know it comes at a risk with government concerns, can I ask your opinion on investing in coal stocks. in particular two stocks whc and yal, there prices seem attractive or is this a trap? Love reading the blog every week btw love the insights :)

    • Like all commodity stocks, Whitehaven Coal (WHC) and Yancoal Australia (YAL) earnings and cashflow will perform with the outlook for the coal price – both good and bad. Intuitively, as Asia particularly grows out its middle class and goes up the “economic food chain”, these businesses should enjoy a solid tailwind, assuming our regulators do not increase their involvement. While it is impossible to forecast their P/E rating (which goes up and down based on fashion/fad/excitement; or lack thereof), it seems reasonable both companies should produce good cashflow, possibly rewarding shareholders via dividends. The current very low P/E rating for these businesses reflects the lack of interest in coal companies from ESG oriented investors; however, many investors typically receive 80 per cent of their electricity from fossil fuels!

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