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Sarasota, FL, United States, 2006/10/12 - Senior reporter Nancy Roth of Fuel Cycle Week magazine, a trade publication covering the nuclear energy industry, praised StockInterview’s “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” as an ‘antidote to information chaos.’.
Washington, DC-based trade publication covering the nuclear fuel cycle for the utilities industry, praised StockInterview’s “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” as an ‘antidote to information chaos’ and helping to “separate hype from reality.”
Roth wrote, “…StockInterview.com senior editor James Finch, whose meticulously researched and illustrated articles on uranium are a clear standout within the international investment community’s coverage—much of which amounts to high-volume hype. Finch blends substantive but easy-to-read science and technology explanation with economic, financial and political data to arrive at astute, if sometimes blunt assessments of prospects for uranium production in the U.S. and abroad.”
In an article entitled, “Two New U3O8 Books Help Separate Hype from Reality,” Roth wrote, “…two independently published soft-cover reference books have appeared that offer an antidote to information chaos. For different reasons, both belong on the bookshelves of those who must stay on top of what’s happening in the nuclear-energy industry.” One of the two recommended books was “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” which she called the “Textbook on Uranium Prospects.” U3O8 is industry slang for uranium oxide, which is used to create nuclear fuel for nuclear reactors.
For more information on StockInterview’s 304-page trade softcover edition of “Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market,” please visit: bookstore.stockinterview.com
Stockinterview.com is an online news service, which provides investigative reporting, editorial, analysis and commentary of the nuclear fuel cycle, uranium mining, nuclear power, the environment and the natural resource industry. Over the past three years, the Internet news website has covered the nuclear energy renaissance, the worldwide uranium mining boom and the potential influence of alternative fuel sources on China’s dramatic economic growth.