(Newswire Today) Sarasota, FL, United States, 2006-06-21
- StockInterview.com is giving away 1,000 print copies of its soon-to-be published “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” to all new visitors to its Internet news website..
First-time visitors can view the electronic version of this 200+ page book at StockInterview.com and offer their commentary and feedback on the first eight chapters of the book. To be published later this summer, the book will retail for U.S. $24.95.
“Existing subscribers and the first 1000 new visitors will be guaranteed a free copy of this book,” explained James Finch, Senior Editor for the three-year old news website. “We will even pay the shipping costs. There are no strings attached. We hope to gather the widest possible feedback and criticism about our research before we go to press. Our goal is to provide the most thoroughly researched and complete book on the subject of uranium mining and the front end of the nuclear fuel cycle."
On Monday, StockInterview.com announced an open review for “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” allowing subscribers and other visitors to comment upon the book before going to press. The public and peer review for the book will continue through June 30th. A form has been posted accompanying the book’s chapters for visitors to offer their commentary and suggest changes. “We have begun to receive an avalanche of feedback,” said Finch, “and we are pleased with the responses.”
Over the past two years, StockInterview.com has been reporting on the global explosion of nuclear energy programs and the recent record-high price of spot uranium, as calculated by both TradeTech LLC and Ux Consulting. Because of the soaring uranium price, visitors have also been rushing to the StockInterview.com website in record numbers. “As per yesterday’s Alexa® rating, StockInterview is now among the top 5 percent of all ranked Internet websites,” Finch noted. “Tuesday’s reported one-week average ranked StockInterview.com at 250,235.”
On June 20th, StockInterview.com, which reports on uranium mining and the nuclear fuel cycle, ranked higher than Cameco Corp (NYSE: CCJ), the world’s largest uranium producer, and Ux Consulting Company, which lists the spot uranium price and is considered the leader for reporting developments on uranium. “We were surprised to rank higher than even Aleve®, the pain medication, and had a higher reach-per-million than Tylenol® on Tuesday,” Finch said. “I guess people are more interested in uranium stocks than pain relief.”
To review StockInterview.com’s electronic version of “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” please visit the Internet news website.
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