Going Nuclear

Serafin, Tatiana
November 2005
Forbes Asia;11/28/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p52
The article focuses on the concern of uranium suppliers and buyers over the efforts of money manager Robert Mitchell to invest in everything from uranium mining to reactor building. He has stocks in 4 veteran nuclear companies and one upstart, UEX, on his buying list. Mitchell's hedge fund Adit Capital controls 2 million pounds of the uranium market. Adit intends to put 70 percent of its assets into uranium and the rest into nuclear companies, ranging from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, United Heavy Machinery and Cameco.


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