The stubborn spot price of uranium has frustrated market watchers for the past year. As most long-term contracts have been made at higher prices, astute investors have been slowly moving into the stocks of uranium producers and explorers in anticipation of a move expected in 2014.
There are two things investors pay too much attention to, according to Dan Hrushewsky: Metals prices and grade. Why? Extremes of low and high prices never last, and high grades don't always make for economic deposits.
Sprott Silver Equities Class Co-Manager Maria Smirnova understands the power of leverage. She has seen the big impact even a slight increase in the silver price can have on silver producers. Every cent is multiplied and goes right to the investor's bottom line.