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Hi all,

I've been reading James Lovelock's Revenge of Gaia and he's made me realise what I'd long suspected (and not wanted to accept) that we have no choice but to have our future energy requiremenst supplied largely by Nuclear Power.

Do any of you wise people know whether there is an ISA (or other investment thingy) that specialises in Nuclear Power investments, e.g reactor design/construction, Uranium mining and/or Uranium itself?

Many thanks in advance.

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Hi all,

I've been reading James Lovelock's Revenge of Gaia and he's made me realise what I'd long suspected (and not wanted to accept) that we have no choice but to have our future energy requiremenst supplied largely by Nuclear Power.

Do any of you wise people know whether there is an ISA (or other investment thingy) that specialises in Nuclear Power investments, e.g reactor design/construction, Uranium mining and/or Uranium itself?

Many thanks in advance.

I would recommend one of the best performing funds over the last few years which is JP Morgan Natural Resources.

The key resource to Nuclear power is Uranium and as there are not many Uranium mines available prices have risen allot, this has helped this fund along with other raw materials used by fast developing countries such as China. I have had this fund for just under 4 years now and it has risen approx 205%

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I would recommend one of the best performing funds over the last few years which is JP Morgan Natural Resources.

The key resource to Nuclear power is Uranium and as there are not many Uranium mines available prices have risen allot, this has helped this fund along with other raw materials used by fast developing countries such as China. I have had this fund for just under 4 years now and it has risen approx 205%

Just been reading up on JP Morgan Natural Resources and commentators recommend no more than 5% to 10% of your portfolio in this fund as the commodity market is volatile.

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Just been reading up on JP Morgan Natural Resources and commentators recommend no more than 5% to 10% of your portfolio in this fund as the commodity market is volatile.

Yes it can be classed as more of a high risk volatile fund - but its hard to ignore its performance if saving/investing for the long term.

Total Performance

Name %

1 Week 3.93

1 Month 5.82

6 Month 30.16

1 Year 42.25

3 Year 212.73

5 Year 321.95

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Yes it can be classed as more of a high risk volatile fund - but its hard to ignore its performance if saving/investing for the long term.

Total Performance

Name %

1 Week 3.93

1 Month 5.82

6 Month 30.16

1 Year 42.25

3 Year 212.73

5 Year 321.95

Thank guys, looks interesting.. will investigate. Thanks again :)

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Yes it can be classed as more of a high risk volatile fund - but its hard to ignore its performance if saving/investing for the long term.

Total Performance

Name %

1 Week 3.93

1 Month 5.82

6 Month 30.16

1 Year 42.25

3 Year 212.73

5 Year 321.95

There have been quite a few cases of past stellar performers that sink out of sight. It could fly for another 15 years but dont bank on it.

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