As you're aware, we like to get to know various exploration companies by visiting with their CEOs and, most of the time, we focus upon precious metal explorers. Today, however, we have something different.
It was Rick Rule who first turned me on to the compelling supply/demand dynamics for uranium over the next decade. As I learned more, I began to diversify my holdings a little and now own a few shares in UEC, UROY and URA. But I don't have any uranium explorers in my portfolio so, when I heard of Traction Uranium, I jumped at the opportunity to learn more about the company.
So here's Lester Esteban, the CEO of Traction Uranium. Over the course of this call, Lester and I discuss a number of items, including:
- those supply/demand fundos
- the uranium-rich Athabasca region of Saskatchewan
- Traction's focus upon the Athabasca and what they think they have there
- the company's goals for 2023 and beyond
As per usual, however, do not simply take my enthusiasm and run with it. You must conduct all of your own due diligence, including an assessment of your risk tolerance and time horizon. You can begin this process by researching the company under its ticker symbols of "TRAC" in Canada and "TRCTF" in the U.S.
You should also be certain to visit the company website and, while you're there, you might check some of the links below:
Many thanks to Lester for taking the time to share all of this information on his company. I very much look forward to monitoring his progress in 2023 and beyond.
This video was conducted on behalf of Traction Uranium, and was funded by Gold Standard Media LLC and/or affiliates. For our full disclaimer, please visit: https://portal.goldstandardir.com/disclaimer/TRCTF-1