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Nuclear Power - Coming to a neighborhood near you

http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/us-eyes-plans-34-nuclear/story.aspx?guid={22B8FC31-108A-4399-8E23-75CD671042B4}&siteid=yahoomy

Not your daddy's nuclear power plant!


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Re: Nuclear Power - Coming to a neighborhood near you

I know I'm going to hell - probably in a mushroom cloud - but I recently bought Uranium stock. Whether or not we like it, the rest of the world is going to build more nuclear reactors. The French are up to speed, I just hope the Chinese don't build their own critical components.

Maybe I should buy some lead futures too.


I also bought pawn shop stock (the pc term is "Usury Bank") The pawn shop company is expanding rapidly in Mexico, where if you need cash you take your gold jewelry or plasma tv to your friendly local neighborhood "bank".

Their employees are well groomed and dressed in neatly pressed white slacks and green polo shirts with their logo. LOUD pop music is playing outside in the street. Its a happening place on Friday afternoons.


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Re: Nuclear Power - Coming to a neighborhood near you

Cash America has actually been in quite a growth mode -- $100M 5 years ago. Almost a Billion now.


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Re: Nuclear Power - Coming to a neighborhood near you

Hmmmm.. Nuclear Power, "safe"... ???? Sure... but you need the discipline to operate it... I haven't heard of many Navy Nukes going China syndrome...

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