Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) November 22, 2005
StockInterview.com contributing editor, James Finch, found investors are again chasing uranium mining stocks after a fifty-year lull. Finch describes in a recent StockInterview article how the four-year 400+ price appreciation in spot uranium prices and the 700-percent gain in uranium mining industry leader, Cameco Corp, over the past three years, has again whetted investor interest in these mining companies.
Finch found one uranium junior standing out among highly regarded mining newsletter writers, Canadian-based Strathmore Minerals. In a telephone interview, Finch interviewed Edmonton-based geologist, Jody Dahrouge, about Strathmore’s recent conductor discovery in Canada’s Athabasca Basin. Dahrouge rated the newly found geophysical anomaly a “ten” out of possible ten, in comparison with other conductors-that-became-mines previously found in the Athabasca Basin. Will this create another leap of investor interest? Dahrouge told StockInterview.com, “Early indications are that this conductor is similar with other known uranium deposits, graphitic conductors with magnetic lows. It is a long conductor, cut by structures, with deep depth and associated by a late fault. It is a high quality conductor that continues to depth, and it is typical of those occurring that are associated with known uranium deposits.” Strathmore Minerals plans to help cultivate existing domestic uranium resources to supply U.S. utility companies.
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