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Answers: Whitney Tilson's Seven "Secret Project E-92" Stocks

Oct 04, 2023 View Original Article
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    -54% Very Liberal

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    60% ReliableFair

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    -54% Very Liberal

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62% : What's next?"Must-Have Nuke Stock #2: A Rising Superstar of 'Energy Transition'"This company is an integrated power producer (IPP) that's well positioned in the emerging 'energy transition' industry.
59% : it's a short time frame, but since being spun out as a separate company last year, investors have clearly endorsed the idea that Constellation Energy is more appealing than the average utility...
58% : We'll run through the teaser hints one at a time..."Must-Have Nuke Stock #3: Military Darling That's Branching Out"This firm is a pure nuclear play, with 80% of revenue coming from government contracts.
56% : "That makes the uranium companies you'll find in Mining Moonshots: Three Potential 100-Baggers on Exploding Uranium Demand attractive long-term additions to your portfolio.
55% : but there are a few uranium mining ETFs and one, Van Eck Uranium + Nuclear Energy (NLR), that includes the nuclear service and fuel and power generation companies as well as the miners.
52% : "Shares have been steadily climbing for four straight months - they're up 45% even as I speak to you now."Thinkolator sez this one is Constellation Energy (CEG), which does have its roots as the owner of Baltimore Gas & Electric a couple dozen years ago, but was part of the big Exelon utility conglomerate for a long time until it was spun off from Exelon last year as primarily the owner of nuclear and renewable energy generation assets.

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