written by reader Dr. Kent Moors pitches Uranium Shortage will produce profits of 29,000% plus

By saint stephen, October 13, 2018

His video pitch highlights two mining stocks, one cost fifty cents and the other a buck fifty. He reviews the industry and recalls how a 10% shortage drove up prices in 2006. This time the shortage will be 20% just as demand has been rising and supply diminishing. Many of the mines of the past have closed leaving very few players up and running. To top it all off he offers a huge guarantee. Since I already own a uranium mining company, one that sounds like one he’s pitching, I didn’t pay the 2K to subscribe to his advanced service. But I wonder what two mining companies is he pitching?

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gdoggcrunch
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October 14, 2018 12:44 pm

Looks like Uranium Energy and Denison based on price, but I didn’t see the video so I’m basing on this on price only.

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BubbleChaser
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October 14, 2018 3:34 pm
Reply to  gdoggcrunch

One of them sounds like Fission Uranium.

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gdoggcrunch
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October 14, 2018 7:02 pm
Reply to  BubbleChaser

Lol, I hit the D’s on my list and didn’t even look down to the F’s for Fission, but you’re right they’ve made some recent finds and are trading closer to .50 than DNN. Adding the tag for Fission to this thread. Thanks.

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JackInTheBox
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October 14, 2018 4:05 pm
Reply to  gdoggcrunch

Maybe UR ENERGY INC (URG) trading at .73. Crisis Investing (from Casey Research) suggested it.

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