Uranium investment increasingly compels the attention of serious investors throughout the world. Uranium demand is expected to increase by 50 percent by 2030 as more and more reactors come online in China, the United States and the U.K.  In the face of increasing demand, limited supplies and scaled-down uranium mining operations worldwide, the boom side of the boom-and-bust cycle is inevitably drawing closer. Investing in uranium mining for the long-term is guaranteed to pay off eventually as reserves dwindle while demand increases.
Other favourable intelligence for investing in uranium includes the United States pro-nuclear and pro-business stance and an inevitable rise in demand after an 80-percent decline in prices.  Savvy investors also understand that investing in Australia mining concerns generates a big strategic advantage over other uranium investments. That’s because Australia’s uranium reserves are the largest in the world and estimated to comprise about one-third of the world’s total supply.