Full Interview with Craig Parry focusing on the Uranium Market

November 26, 2016

This is the extended interview with Craig Parry as featured in segment 2 of this week’s weekend show.

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    Nov 26, 2016 26:46 AM

    Just trying to access Craig’s comments

    Nov 26, 2016 26:01 AM

    Nice Cory: I really appreciate your style of journalism: Ask the questions your audience wants to hear: I know this sounds very simplistic, but it’s a skill ( art form) most journalist lack: SINCERELY: *Thank you:

    Nov 26, 2016 26:26 PM

    Nuclear Build Suffers More Setbacks And Competition From Solar And Wind Expansion
    Nov. 26, 2016

    – Significant delays in nuclear implementation in China, with targets not met.
    – France has 20 of 58 nuclear reactors out of action.
    – Vietnam abandons plans to build nuclear reactors with Japan and Russia.
    – Switzerland can’t give its reactors away, plans referendum on speedy exit from nuclear this weekend.
    – World Nuclear Association figures continue to paint a misleading picture of the industry.

    Nov 26, 2016 26:28 PM

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    Nov 26, 2016 26:43 PM

    B.C. First Nations, government ink multi-million dollar Coastal GasLink deal
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    Nov 27, 2016 27:40 AM

    Enjoyed the uranium interview.
    Thank you.

        Nov 27, 2016 27:38 AM

        On gold and silver, Fitts contends, “I think we are in a long-term bull market for gold, but I don’t think the consolidation is over. I was hoping the consolidation was over given how it was trading in the first three quarters, but given how it is trading now, it looks like the consolidation may not be over. The reality is gold is a number of things. In Asia, it’s real money. I think as long as Asia is converging with per capita income, gold is going to have a floor under it, and silver too. I think that’s going to continue, and the bull market is going to reassert. If the engineering of moving from a debt model to an equity model is successful, then there is going to be a lot less concern of the fundamentals of the market and stability of the system. That won’t be as good for gold. I noticed some of your latest commentators say that gold is going to very high numbers. I think if we don’t succeed in turning around North America, then you could see gold go very high because of the instability. Right now, looking at all the markets, I say equities are stronger than gold.”

    Nov 28, 2016 28:41 PM

    Excelsior are you OK? enough comments calm down bud