Silex: Fission for opportunity

A small Australian technology business could turn the nuclear industry on its head and, in doing so, could make investors rich.

For investors attracted to the forgotten and forlorn, uranium is a seductive temptation. Prices have halved since the nuclear disaster in Fukushima (see Chart 1) yet nuclear power, promising colossal quantities of clean energy, remains attractive to power hungry economies.

We have no wish to invest in troubled miners with sketchy economics but there is a small Australian business that offers a cheap option on the growth of nuclear power without the diabolical risks of mining.  

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