Uranium is Getting Hot as Shutdowns Tighten Supply

In recent weeks, the impact of COVID-19 shut down mines around the world. Uniquely, for uranium, the demand has remained constant and is widening the 2020 supply deficit, pushing the spot price higher. In our view, this further constricts an already expectedly tight market, and could drive the price higher as long-term demand continues. In this virtual mini-conference, we will highlight three companies from our coverage universe we expect to outperform in a bull market.

Fission Uranium, GoviEx Uranium, and Anfield Energy.

12:00pm EST / 09:00am PST
Wednesday April 8, 2020

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Red Cloud Securities Inc.

Ross McElroy

President, COO, Chief Geologist

Fission Uranium Corp.

Daniel Major


GoviEx Uranium

Corey Dias


Anfield Energy Corp.

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Fission Uranium Corp (TSX: FCU) owns the PLS uranium project, host to the near-surface, high-grade Triple R deposit – part of the largest mineralized trend in the Athabasca ….Read More

Click here to read all of Red Cloud’s research on Fission Uranium Corp.

GoviEx is a mineral resource company focused on the exploration and development of uranium properties in Africa. GoviEx’s principal objective is to become a ….Read More

Click here to read all of Red Cloud’s research on GoviEx Uranium Inc.

Anfield is a uranium and vanadium development and near-term production company that is committed to becoming a top-tier energy-related fuels supplier by creating ….Read More 

Click here to read all of Red Cloud’s research on Anfield Energy Corp.


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