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The EU Is Set To Label Nuclear Energy "Green"

When it comes to broad investing themes that I noticed in 2021, that I plan on being invested in for years to come, two sectors come to mind: marijuana and uranium.

I laid out my case for getting long marijuana stocks/ETFs in this comprehensive writeup from November 2021 and detailed my case further in my 22 Stocks I’m Watching For 2022.

Readers of my blog know that I have been delivering monthly, sometimes weekly, updates on the growing adoption of nuclear power globally - a “must” for anyone invested in uranium with a lengthy time frame.

A key part of my argument for investing in uranium is that the world is going to “wake up” one day and realize that nuclear power fulfills the practical energy needs of the world, while appeasing ESG investors and “green” activists at the same time. For all intents and purposes, when considering the power it generates and its carbon footprint, nuclear is as close to a “holy grail” of energy that we have at the present moment.