#1 Clean Energy Stock that is Still Dirt Cheap
(but not for long!)
Editorial Feature | Sept 6, 2021 | Industry
…AND ONE LITTLE-KNOWN COMPANY IS IN THE LEAD.
Bill Gates is investing.
So is Warren Buffet. And billionaire Li Ka-shing, the so-called “Warren Buffett of Asia.”
And super investor David Shaw, whose uncanny ability to catch investment trends before anyone else led Fortune magazine to name him “the most mysterious force on Wall Street.”
They’re all quietly taking huge positions in one surprising segment of the historic, monumental, world-wide clean energy transition.
Clean energy is the biggest and fastest-growing investment trend of this era, a $73 trillion makeover of the world’s power generation systems that must be completed by 2050.1
AND COMPANIES THAT DRIVE THE TRANSITION ARE GIVING INVESTORS LIFE-CHANGING PROFITS.
In just under three years:
- Solar tech company Enphase Energy (ENPH) has soared to more than 5,000% gains
- Fuel cell battery developer Plug Power (PLUG) rocketed to more than 3,190% gains
- Polysilicon wafer maker Daqo New Energy (DQ) has rewarded investors with profits of more than 2,900%
Plus stocks like Vestas Wind Systems, Siemens Renewable, Sunrun, and Canadian Solar have rewarded investors with double, triple, and even 10 times their money.
But even as high as those profits are, it’s not where the world’s best investors are putting their money.
Gates, Li, Shaw. And other top investors are backing a different technology.
Because a historic mismatch between supply and demand could drive stocks in this space to the biggest gains in a generation.
It is a technology that scientists, energy agencies, and world leaders say is essential to the clean energy transition.
And one fast-growing company you’ve probably never heard of is leading the way in finding the fuel that powers it.
You may be surprised to hear what it is.
White House says key resource is “critical to America’s clean energy future”
It’s nuclear power, and even though it hasn’t had much love for the past decade, it’s back now, and thanks to technological innovations, it’s cleaner, safer, and cheaper than ever.
And experts say it’s the true key to meeting clean energy goals.
The powerful Atlantic Council calls nuclear power:
The influential think tank Partnership for Global Security says:
And U.S. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm says:
But the most surprising support for nuclear comes from an unlikely place: Texas.
Governor Greg Abbott and Congressman Dan Crenshaw are both putting their weight into the push for more nuclear energy..
The two powerful Republican leaders of the largest oil-producing state in the largest oil-producing country in the world know the future is nuclear.5
In March, Crenshaw made is support very clear, writing that:
Since then, Republican support for nuclear energy has grown even stronger. In April, GOP congressional leader Kevin McCarthy said,
And in July, California congressman Devin Nunes introduced the Clean Energy Production Act, designed to boost nuclear production.8
It’s a movement happening all over the world, from China and India to Finland, Argentina, and Korea.
Even Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, whose economies are powered by oil, are busy building nuclear power plants.9
The UAE aims to produce 25% of its electricity via nuclear by 2050.10
Here at home, President Biden’s new budget plan includes as much funding for nuclear as it does for both new battery and carbon capture technologies.11
The private sector is all-in too. Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are leading the charge, teaming up to build a new generation of nuclear power plants that are both cheaper and faster to build, and safer to operate.12
There’s just one problem...
Uranium. There’s not enough of it.
In order to fuel all the nuclear power plants already online and being built over the next five years, the mining industry needs to discover 2.95 million tons of new proven resources.13
Or about 590,000 tons per year.
Right now, global annual production is a woefully inadequate 54,000 tons. Less than 10% of what will be needed.14
Fortunately, the mining industry is quickly ramping up.
And even more fortunately, the world’s richest uranium reserves are in Canada, America’s closest trading partner.
It’s also among the largest reserves, historically accounting for 15-20% of annual global production.
Major producers and developers like $7 billion Cameco, $2 billion NexGen Energy, $1 billion Denison Mines dominate the vast, rich Athabasca Basin.
But right at the center of them all is small but mighty SkyHarbour Resources (SYH on the TSX Venture and SYHBF on the OTCQB).
A rare event not seen in 48 years has opened the door to an incredible investment opportunity that could rival the mega-gains of some of the best performing stocks in history.
It’s a boom market that’s projected to grow 76% between now and 2030.
A historic shift in U.S. energy policy due to the 2020 Presidential election and the Texas winter grid disaster — has made it possible.
Fossil fuels and surprisingly some “green energy” sources are about to get second-class treatment while the fuel source for Next Generation Nuclear will get priority treatment in American energy policy.
It’s a fuel source that President Biden, Congress, and the Republican Governor of Texas, an-oil rich state, Gregg Abbott can all agree on.
One that could change how your home is powered once mass adoption is complete, potentially lowering your energy bills and adding new jobs and structures to your neighborhood.
Yes, we’re talking about uranium, the key fuel source used for nuclear power.
Nuclear power isn’t anything new.
19% of US electricity is powered by nuclear energy making the US the world’s largest producer of nuclear power.
Nuclear power isn’t anything new.
19% of US electricity is powered by nuclear energy making the US the world’s largest producer of nuclear power.
BUT NOW WE’RE LOOKING AT NUCLEAR ENERGY 2.0, WHAT SOME ARE CALLING “NEXT-GENERATION NUCLEAR”.
New, safer technologies plus the incredible advantages nuclear offers compared to other energy sources has made it the star attraction in Federal and State policy.
It took nearly five decades for Democrats to reverse their stance on nuclear energy. President Joe Biden has a $2 trillion climate plan that calls for nationwide nuclear energy adoption. The main reason for this monumental shift, it’s the best source of carbon-pollution-free energy.
Which Democrats who control Congress eagerly support.
Congressional Republicans have joined along, saying this policy shift would—
The leadership of fossil fuel rich state, Republican Governor of Texas, Gregg Abbott agrees. In a letter sent to the Texas Public Utility Commission – he ordered more focus on nuclear energy adoption.
A big persuader was the Texas Deep Freeze that happened Valentine’s Day night. Which is estimated to have cost the Texas economy as much as $130 billion.
Adoption of nuclear energy would shore up gaps in the Texas electrical grid caused in part by previous adoption of wind and solar energy – which failed in the hard freeze.
Aside from the pivot away from fossil fuels, solar and wind towards nuclear energy President Biden’s bill also allocates funds for:
- $9.7 billion in clean energy credits towards refurbishing nuclear reactors
- $1.8 billion for research and development to advance nuclear energy technology
- $1.5 billion over the next 10 years to build America’s domestic uranium reserve (America wants to stockpile uranium resources for future use)
The architects of America’s new energy policy are full speed ahead on mass adoption of nuclear energy, but when you talk to the man on the street, the common knee-jerk reaction to nuclear energy is the concern of how safe it is.
The facts show nuclear power to be the safest form of energy available. And the cleanest.
Coal power which we rely in large part to power our homes produces so much air pollution — it’s 35,042% more dangerous than nuclear energy.
When you compare energy sources in terms of how clean they are, coal comes in dead last. Nuclear wins hands down as the absolute cleanest, making it extremely attractive to combat climate change and the Government’s clean energy goals.
Another reason for nuclear energy’s rising star status is that it’s just more efficient than other sources of energy.
Solar and wind energy once were considered the future of energy but not anymore. They’re not efficient enough and they contradict Democrat climate change initiatives. Lost on a lot of people is the fact that, to generate a considerable amount of energy, it would require massive deforestation to build solar panel and wind turbine farms.
Another problem with solar and wind energy is that the sun doesn’t always shine and the wind doesn’t always blow.
But nuclear power is a 24/7 power source that doesn’t require massive acreage
Plus, it outshines the production capacity of all other forms of energy.
It beats coal two times over.
And outshines solar power four times over.
While the stage has been set for nuclear energy’s mass adoption, here’s where it really gets interesting for investors seeking big returns.
It’s not just America, but global demand for energy is surging. With an estimated 76% demand between now and 2030 for more electricity.
Only nuclear energy can provide scalable carbon-free 24/7 baseload power. This is why much of the developing world is shifting to nuclear. There are already about 450 nuclear power plants globally with over 50 more under construction, and hundreds more are being planned.
Aside from America’s new, huge uranium need other nations exerting an exceptionally large demand on this market include China, India, Russia, and Japan.
This demand for uranium is poised to increase significantly over the next decade.
But, there’s another catalyst for uranium prices to pop off
Sprott Inc., a global assets management company specializing in precious assets like gold, silver and platinum – has considerable influence over these markets.
To meet growing investor interest in direct uranium ownership, Sprott launched a new investment fund for uranium called the Sprott Physical Uranium Trust. It’s a first for investors to be able to directly invest in physical uranium, which is stored in Sprott’s facilities.
This development could also apply upwards pressure on the uranium price.
DESPITE THE ENORMOUS URANIUM DEMAND, FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS THERE HAS BEEN A SUPPLY SHORTAGE OF URANIUM. CLOSURES OF MINES HAPPENED IN PART BECAUSE OF THE GLOBAL PANDEMIC.
- 13% of the world’s uranium supply was shut down by Covid-19 and recently by forest fires at one of the biggest uranium mines in North America.
- Then there was a 30% supply cut from the world’s second largest mine located in Kazakhstan.
Currently the world’s demand for uranium is 183 million pounds, however global mine production is only at 138 million pounds, leaving a 100-million-pound deficit by 2030.4
That spells opportunity for uranium investors.
In terms of real dollars, the uranium market was worth about $100 billion at one
point – that happened without the historic energy policy shift in the United States and elsewhere.
Currently the uranium market is worth about $20 billion leaving plenty of room for the market’s value to grow.
When The Uranium Market Moves – It Tends To Shift Fast and Massively.
- The First Uranium Bull Market (Jan ’73 to May ’78) began following the post oil embargo. The market soared +629% in 5.3 years.
- The Second Uranium Bull Market (Dec ’00 to June ’07) surged along with the commodity supercycle +1,801% in 6.6 years.
Now with growing global consensus on committing to carbon neutrality, growing electricity demand, new retail investor interest and a uranium supply shortage —
We Could See the “Mother-of-All-Uranium Bull Runs”
It has already kicked off, as the overall market is up 176% as evidenced by this Bloomberg report.
But this is just the pre-game show. The real fireworks are expected between now and the end of the year as these energy policy shifts firmly take root.
IN PAST BULL RUNS URANIUM STOCKS HAVE BOOKED REMARKABLE GAINS:
- +150% Fission Uranium Corp (FCUUF)5
- +160% Denison Mines Corp (DNN)6
- +472% NexGen Energy Ltd (NXE)7
- +526% Cameco Corporation (CCJ)8
- +2,700% Alpha Minerals (AMW)9
That’s 27 times your money on this last stock. A return like that could fatten a lot of skinny retirement funds. Incidentally, Alpha Minerals had a similar background and path as Skyharbour as a high-grade discovery story before it was acquired by a larger company which makes this opportunity all the more appealing.
While these stocks were rising stars, they’re not the best option today to capitalize on America’s Next Generation Nuclear Boom.
We’ve Identified a Uranium Stock With Massive Upside Potential Compared To Its Peers
Skyharbour Resources could be the biggest winner in North America’s uranium mining and exploration industry.
This company has a lot of things going for it. For starters, it begs the question, if it’s the United States doing this massive energy policy shift, then why wouldn’t they look to an American uranium miner rather than a Canadian one like Skyharbour?
The truth is, America doesn’t produce enough uranium to support even one nuclear reactor.
So, the obvious solution is next door neighbor and fellow founding member of NATO, Canada.
Skyharbour Resources is eight years old as a uranium company. With a top-tier geological team, including a geologist with over 40 years of experience in this space, who played a pivotal role in the exploration and discovery of some of the world’s richest uranium deposits located in the Athabasca Basin. Skyharbour also has NYSE- listed Denison Mines as a large strategic shareholder and partner company.
Skyharbour has six high-grade, drill-ready exploration projects covering over 950 square miles. The company also has a couple of uranium deposits on these projects and has an abundance of exploration targets that could yield major new uranium discoveries.
At the company’s flagship Moore Uranium Project, highlight drill results include 21% U3O8 over 1.5 metres within 6% U3O8 over 6 metres.
The Athabasca Basin contains the highest-grade uranium in the world. Up to 10-20 times higher grade than the global average, giving companies operating there a big advantage in the uranium space. Saskatchewan is also consistently ranked in the top 5 mining jurisdictions to work in globally by the Fraser Institute.
Along with their Moore Uranium Project, Skyharbour has five other projects and plans to add more. Part of Skyharbour’s strategy is to work with key partners in the development of these properties. One of which is Orano, France’s largest uranium mining and nuclear fuel company which employs 15,000 people. Orano is a Joint Venture partner at the Preston Uranium Project. The other two are Azincourt and Valor and both companies are actively exploring Skyharbour’s East Preston and Hook Lake Projects.
Skyharbour receives cash payments and shares from these partners. Thus, monetizing some of its secondary properties and having other companies fund the exploration and development work at these assets.
Over 50% OF SKYHARBOUR’S SHARES ARE HELD BY INSIDERS, MANAGEMENT, CORPORATIONS and INSTITUTIONAL/FAMILY OFFICE INVESTORS – THAT’S ALWAYS A GOOD SIGN. ONE OF WHOM IS FAMOUS COMMODITIES EXPERT DOUG CASEY.
5 Reasons Why Now is the Time to Invest in Skyharbour Resources Ltd.
- The uranium bull market has begun. It’s up about 176%. We expect the momentum to really ramp up between now and the end of the year as the biggest US energy policy shift in 48 years takes root and as countries work to decarbonize their electricity grids.
- There is an expected supply shortage gap of 100 million pounds of uranium in the coming decade.
- Sprott Inc., has launched a uranium investment fund (the Sprott Physical Uranium Trust) which will draw even more investors into the market, applying upwards pressure on uranium’s spot price.
- Skyharbour’s ongoing and recently expanded drill program at its flagship Moore Project could find more high-grade uranium. New high-grade uranium discoveries in the Athabasca Basin have yielded significant value accretion in the past.
- The findings from one of Skyharbour’s several partner exploration and drill programs could also trigger a share price surge on the back of positive results.
The Time to Look at Skyharbour Resources Ltd is Now
There are many catalysts in the near term with the energy policy shift globally, uranium supply shortage, increased investor demand and several drill programs over the coming months.
It’s important to note that similar uranium exploration companies near this stage in the exploration process in the past have a pattern of lifting off.
So What To Do Next?
Skyharbour Resources Ltd trades for under $1. Making it riskier than some stocks. But the risk of missing out on potentially the Mother-of-all-Uranium-Bull-Runs and a highly-prospective company to ride it, should be weighed carefully. Every investor’s situation is different.
It’s certainly worth exploring if it should be a part of your portfolio.
Start your due diligence right now by first visiting the Skyharbour Resources Ltd website.
5Fission Uranium Corp (FCUUF) +150% gain on 3-23-2014 Yahoo Finance
6Denison Mines Corp (DNN) +160% gain on 5-6-2007 Yahoo Finance
7NexGen Energy Ltd (NXE) +472% gain on 2-12-2017 Yahoo Finance
8Cameco Corporation (CCJ) +526% gain on 6-10-2007 Yahoo Finance
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