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  1. Due to the inclusion of both Kalahari Minerals as well as Extract Resources in the recently launched uranium miners-only ETF "URA", expect more volatility. See for more: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/uranium-etf.html
  2. Here is a write-up on AIM-listed Kalahari Minerals Plc's 41% shareholding in Extract Resources: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/k...i-minerals.html
  3. Following exit from Kalahari Metals and Extract Resources, AIM-listed Emerging Metals (EML) has now secured physical uranium and is now depended on uranium spot price developments, see: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/e...ing-metals.html
  4. General introduction on the re-emergence of nuclear power and uranium mining, at: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/nuclear-power.html General introduction on Kalahari Minerals Plc and its 41% shareholding in Extract Resources Ltd which owns a world class uranium deposit in Namibia (“Rossing South”) regarded as the largest undeveloped uranium deposit in the world. At: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/k...i-minerals.html
  5. Introductory write-up on Extract Resources Ltd and Kalahari Minerals Plc, at: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/k...i-minerals.html Also more general information on re-emergence of nuclear power and uranium mining, at: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/nuclear-power.html
  6. Interesting write up on some of the UK utilities sector companies, including dividend histories and prospects. At: http://www.early-retirement-investor.com/utilities.html
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