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Coverage of Northern Dynasty Minerals

SmithWeekly has released our Equity Coverage Datasheet for Northern Dynasty Minerals, the developer of the Pebble copper-gold project in southwestern Alaska. Coverage was updated 18 Sep 2020 with original initiation in September 2015. Interested parties can obtain the datasheet HERE.

Posted: 06 OCT 2020

Coverage of Ivanhoe Mines

SmithWeekly has released our Equity Coverage Datasheet for tier-one project developer Ivanhoe Mines, updated 14 Sep 2020 with original initiation in July 2015. Interested parties can obtain the datasheet HERE.

Posted: 01 OCT 2020

Uranium Summit with John Borshoff and Dustin Garrow

Dustin Garrow of Nuclear Fuel Associates and John Borshoff of Deep Yellow Limited will be returning toward the end of 2020 for another installment of the Uranium Summit series. As part of the event, each guest will provide a presentation on a topic of their choice. After the presentations, a Q&A session will then commence on the general uranium sector. Please send your questions HERE. The event will be posted on our website as well as Youtube once it is completed. Prior Uranium Summit events can be seen HERE (2019) and HERE (2018)

Posted: 27 SEP 2020

Coverage of Deep Yellow

SmithWeekly has released our Equity Coverage Datasheet for uranium developer Deep Yellow, updated 25 Aug 2020 with original initiation in January 2017. Interested parties can obtain the datasheet HERE.

Posted: 24 SEP 2020

Coverage of Taseko Mines

SmithWeekly has released our Equity Coverage Datasheet for growth copper producer Taseko Mines, updated 28 Aug 2020 with original initiation in July 2019. Interested parties can obtain the datasheet HERE.

Posted: 18 SEP 2020

Coverage of Equinox Gold

SmithWeekly has released our Equity Coverage Datasheet for growth gold producer Equinox Gold, updated 20 Aug 2020 with original initiation in May 2016. Interested parties can obtain the datasheet HERE.

Posted: 17 SEP 2020

SmithWeekly to attend the 2020 AusIMM Online Uranium Conference

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SmithWeekly will be presenting at the upcoming AusIMM Uranium Conference, held online, between 30 June and 9 July 2020. More information about the event can be found HERE. Our presentation materials will be made available to members after the conference is completed.

Posted: 09 MAY 2020

Andrew Weekly, SmithWeekly, featured on FTMIG round table

Andrew Weekly joined Justin Huhn, Terry Papineau, Karl Boyd, and Jon Smith for a uranium round table discussion following Cameco 1Q2020 results conference. The discussion was organized by Follow The Money Investor Group (FTMIG). You can listen to the replay HERE.

Posted: 01 MAY 2020

Statement from SmithWeekly Research in response to Nuclear Fuel Working Group

We agree with many of the domestic stated initiatives now in progress resulting from the NFWG release, but a larger problem continues to persist that needs definitive direction at the highest levels of government. The report released today acknowledges the commercial reactor order book of Russia at $133 billion. This single nuclear nation order book by itself is sufficient evidence to conclude that a competitive capital base of at least this amount is needed as a starting point to rapidly re-deploy U.S. nuclear industry competitive advantage through our existing expertise across the business...Continued HERE.

Posted: 23 APR 2020

SmithWeekly Research shares views on uranium with S&P Global Platts

SmithWeekly recently provided views regarding recent developments in the uranium sector. SmithWeekly was included in this S&P Global Platts article HERE. SmithWeekly was also quoted in S&P Global Platts April 2020 Nucleonics Week Report and Nuclear Fuel Report. We've posted a compilation of key discussions HERE.

Posted: 15 APR 2020

SmithWeekly Research responds to U.S. Department of Energy RFI

SmithWeekly provides a roadmap for Global Strategic Nuclear Energy Policy that indirectly, but more effectively, provides a sound solution to a request for information related to domestic nuclear industry. The letter can be found HERE.

Posted: 30 MAR 2020

SmithWeekly to attend the 2019 AusIMM Uranium Conference

SmithWeekly will be presenting at the upcoming AusIMM Uranium Conference in Adelaide, South Australia on 4-5 June. More information about the event can be found HERE. Our presentation materials will be made available to members after the conference is completed.

 

Posted: 06 MAY 2019

Events 2019 - Uranium Summit & Beyond Borders

SmithWeekly has planned two key online events for 2019. The first is the return of our Uranium Summit which is expected to lead off from our 2018 event, which can be found HERE. Our other event will be Beyond Borders which entails global financial strategies to build a robust financial platform that provides optionality and protections. We expect both events to be released by the end of Q32019.

 

Posted: 19 APR 2019

2019 Nuke Report Released

SmithWeekly has released our 2019 edition of the Nuke Report. The new report is about 360 pages covering the setup for uranium in a comprehensive and complete fashion. The report is available via our website (PDF version) as well as on Amazon (paperback & Kindle). Our report preview can be found HERE.

 

Posted: 22 MAR 2019

Kerry Lutz has on SmithWeekly

Kerry Lutz, host of the Financial Survival Network radio show has on Andrew Weekly, CEO & Founder of SmithWeekly Research to discuss nuclear energy, uranium, the broad market, electric vehicles, and more. You can hear the discussion  HERE.

 

Posted: 01 DEC 2018

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