This interview was filmed on January 5, 2023.

​2022 brought a slew of positive news for the uranium sector, but the year was still frustrating for investors.

Justin Huhn of Uranium Insider said the U3O8 spot price only rose about 13 percent last year, while in some cases uranium equities are trading 30 to 35 percent below their high points.

In his view, the uranium bull market is now in its third inning after initially taking off in December 2020. ​”This is the easiest investment I have ever made right now,” said Huhn. “I cannot believe how positive the setup is going forward for this.”

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0:00 – Intro
0:30 – Nuclear fuel cycle had a “watershed year” in 2022
4:43 – Disconnect between spot price and uranium stocks
9:13 – Uranium cycle now has now reached third inning
13:00 – Demand picture could change “very quickly”
17:05 – Utilities contracting vs. spot market demand
23:34 – Will higher prices shake out more supply?
26:27 – What could spark a rise in the spot price
31:31 – Conversion and enrichment outside Russia
36:06 – Europe dodged a bullet, energy theme to continue
41:27 – “This is the easiest investment I’ve ever made”
43:04 – Outro

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