Less than 25 Uranium Companies to Become New Miners by 2011

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StockInterview's new CD-ROM Uranium Outlook 2007-2008 reveals a forecast of which uranium companies will become the next producers, uranium price forecasting through 2008 and not-yet published vital information.

As 2010 approaches, 90 percent of those companies will have changed their name and/or moved onto something new. This could hurt investors who are unfamiliar with the nuances of uranium stocks and new to this sector.

Odds favor the eventual disintegration of hundreds of uranium mining juniors over the next few years. More than 500 companies now claim to be exploring for uranium, developing one or more uranium projects or producing uranium.

StockInterview.com senior editor James Finch warns, "As 2010 approaches, 90 percent of those companies will have changed their name and/or moved onto something new. This could hurt investors who are unfamiliar with the nuances of uranium stocks and new to this sector."

StockInterview's Uranium Outlook 2007-2008 names the likely near-term uranium producers through 2011 and independently evaluates their prospects. Who is on the list and who fails to make the cut? The 130-page CD-ROM publication provides uranium stock investors with the trusted insights StockInterview.com's subscribers have come to rely upon. Some of the never-before-released vital data includes:

  • What are the probable geological and/or production problems several of the world's major uranium miners face through 2020? At least three of the anticipated mining supply sources might never materialize, or for much less than is currently being forecast.
  • TradeTech's proprietary high-base-low U3O8 price reference cases through 2008.
  • How to choose uranium stocks this year and next. One tip shows you how to discover if a company is really moving its project forward or just hyping you.
  • Find out the difficulties many uranium juniors face in bringing their projects into production, and why many are doomed to fail.
  • Australia's triple-whammy problems ahead for uranium mining companies in this country.

The 130-page CD-ROM edition of "Uranium Outlook 2007-2008" is now available online by visiting: http://bookstore.stockinterview.com

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Stockinterview.com is an online news service, which provides editorial, analysis and provocative commentary of the nuclear fuel cycle, uranium mining, nuclear power, energy and the environment. StockInterview.com is now the most popular website for uranium mining stocks as a result of its best-selling publication, "Investing in the Great Uranium Bull Market: A Practical Investor's Guide to Uranium Stocks."

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