Hans Peter Zihlmann: Global Uranium Demand Set to Soar
There are not many options when it comes to investing in uranium stocks but Timeless Funds has built a vehicle that acts as a diversified portfolio of everything uranium.
The future of uranium is looking very bright with 66 reactors under construction globally, particularly in China, India and the U.A.E. Saudi Arabia has signed agreements to build 16 reactors by 2032. So the demand for uranium will keep rising.
As more time passes the negative sentiment about nuclear energy generated by the Fukushima disaster is slowly changing. The alternatives to nuclear power, coal and oil, are both heavy carbon emitters and polluters and so there is growing environmental pressure to switch to nuclear power.
Fears over Japan dumping a lot of uranium on the market due to the shut down of their nuclear power plants have receded as they put reactors back into operation.
Before Fukishima the company Cameco Uranium had its stock rise by significantly between 2000 to 2008 then it adjusted down by 70% then rose again by 160% until Fukishima happened. Other uranium mining stock are capable of multi-bagger rises as well.
Talking points from this weeks interview:
• The demand for uranium will keep rising
• Japan is starting its reactors back up
• Is nuclear energy clean energy ?
• Multi-baggers possible in uranium stocks
This interview was conducted with Peter Zihlmann, a Director, investment committee member and portfolio manager at
Timeless Asset Management Ltd, which is licensed and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority to provide
investment services in Malta. Peter is also a Director of The Timeless Uranium Fund SICAV Plc, a retail investment
scheme licensed and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority. Any investments in the ‘The Timeless
Uranium Fund’ should be based on the full details provided in the prospectus of the fund, which is available on the
web site: www.timeless-funds.com.
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Timeless Asset Management Ltd is licensed and regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority to conduct investment
services in Malta. The Timeless Uranium Fund SICAV Plc is a retail investment fund domiciled in Malta. The Fund is licensed
and regulated as a retail investment scheme by the Malta Financial Services Authority.
The value of the investment may go up as well as down and the capital is not guaranteed.
Past performance should not be taken as guidance to future performance. This interview should not be taken as financial advice.
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