Dryblower and the early signs of a uranium revival

THE most boring people in mining are not the crew on a drilling rig (ho ho to Dryblower’s little joke!), or gold bugs who subscribe to conspiracy theories which claim the gold market is rigged, the really boring people are the true believers in a uranium revival – or are they?

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Until recently it was a toss up between the gold bugs and uranium windbags who were locked in a competition to see who could clear the room quickest.

Gold bugs, of which they are many, believe that (a) the world's central banks are manipulating the gold price, or (b) there's a syndicate of commercial banks manipulating the price, or (c) there's a global conspiracy of super-rich investors manipulating the gold price.

The uranium cheer squad reckon the world is still desperately keen on nuclear power which must means that the uranium price is poised to reclaim the high ground of 2007 when it rocketed past US$130 a pound -- before crashing back to $20/lb.

Attend any mining conference and you are assured of getting an ear full from a someone who believes gold and/...