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A black swan has swooped over China’s coal mines. Puda Coal (NYSE:PUDA) shareholders were blindsided when a report surfaced on Friday alleging that the company’s chairman secretly stole the company.
Work on new nuclear power plants is moving quietly ahead regardless of the media, and that means we might not see uranium mining stocks this cheap for a long time.
Xstrata (PINK:XSRAF) shares trade at a 10 percent discount to the company’s coal and copper assets alone. If that isn’t enough, here are three more reasons to consider adding Xstrata to your portfolio.
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How high will uranium prices go in 2011 and 2012? Spot prices have been on a tear rising 70 percent in the past seven months.
Rising coal prices will be a reality moving forward, and governments like South Africa’s are attempting to adjust their energy policies now. That’s providing lots of opportunities for long-term investors.
It doesn’t matter what gold and silver prices do in the short-run. It’s the end result (inflation) that everyone knows is coming that’s important.
Flooding in Queensland has shuttered up to 40 open-cut coal mines in Australia and that could trim some $3 billion per month in revenues from the Bowen Basin region and drive up coal prices around the world.