Amir Adnani – Think Piece

Published on
February 16th, 2015
Duration
24 minutes

Amir Adnani – Think Piece

Think Piece ·
Featuring Amir Adnani

Published on: February 16th, 2015 • Duration: 24 minutes

In the Think Piece series some of the most lateral and brilliant thinkers in modern finance tell us what is on their mind at the moment. Consider it an informal walk around the inside of their heads. This week Amir Adnani, CEO President of Uranium Energy Corp., tells us what's on his radar.

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  • AR
    Abishek R.
    10 March 2018 @ 11:15
    This is eerily similar to the recent Michael Alkin real Vision video (2018) touting Uranium to be the risk/reward trade he has ever seen. I think Uranium bulls must accept that the market is pricing in these very factors, and yet doesn’t find the need for higher uranium prices. Seems like more misery for compulsory contrarians.
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      markettaker y.
      28 July 2018 @ 20:12
      yes. the question now becomes how much longer can this go on....
  • PS
    Patrick S.
    1 March 2018 @ 01:30
    3 years later and so wrong... hopefully 3 years closer to being right lol...
    • AF
      Andre F.
      7 September 2018 @ 05:04
      He wasn't "wrong" in the standard sense that a normal person would think of. Real Vision should not have put Adnani in a Think Piece. They shouldn't have had him on at all. Adnani promotes his companies relentlessly, he is only going to paint uranium and it's prospects in the most glowing terms he can. This was terribly thought out: Adnani is going to be as objective about his own company and industry as would expect Elon Musk to be about his company and industry. Very silly interview, like asking bank executives to give their thoughts on banking fees.
  • VK
    Vinay K.
    28 December 2015 @ 21:10
    talking about commodities and zero mention of the dollar. that worked well.
  • RO
    Robert O.
    19 February 2015 @ 06:17
    How many of the new or planned reactors represent replacements for old reactors? Net growth in reactor number and the efficiency of new reactors would seem to better estimate demand growth for U.
  • SL
    Stephen L.
    18 February 2015 @ 12:57
    Bitcoin, gold, uranium and a realvision subscription ... That's 2015 sorted!
  • JF
    Jennifer F.
    18 February 2015 @ 06:23
    Have listened to Jim Rogers and Rick Rule who have been touting Uranium. Great to get a good understanding of production numbers. Thanks
  • LM
    Leland M.
    17 February 2015 @ 16:54
    Very interesting and well presented by one who really understands the nuclear energy industry. In Rick Rule's video and although only a brief mention he seemed less constructive on the uranium market
  • AT
    Andi T.
    17 February 2015 @ 11:45
    Great insight on the industry that has been unwanted for many years. A great contrarian idea.
  • JS
    James S.
    17 February 2015 @ 05:23
    Very timely presentation, especially in view of Marin Katusa's "Colder War" ideas on Putin using weakness in uranium demand to consolidate Russian dominance in mining and processing. Right on point!
  • SS
    Stewart S.
    16 February 2015 @ 22:21
    Interesting. However long THORIUM will replace uranium. Thorium is an abundant material, In addition unlike uranium, thorium can not be converted in weapon grade material. Check it out
  • MC
    Michael C.
    16 February 2015 @ 18:58
    A compact and educational presentation with many useful statistics.
  • PW
    Phil W.
    16 February 2015 @ 18:17
    Yes well done! I'm very bullish on the U sector over the next year or so. So be right on sit tight. Good Stuff
  • BL
    Bruce L.
    16 February 2015 @ 17:41
    very thought provoking and off the radar.