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THE CRITICAL INVESTOR NEWSLETTER # 93

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Despite neutral to negative developments in uranium prices, the Venture in general and Argentinian elections, bringing in Kirchner again, Blue Sky Uranium keeps quietly advancing. It raised another C$0.87M recently, it continues with reconaissance exploration in order to define new targets at their flagship Ivana project, which will likely see a drill program in early 2020, in order to increase resources. In the mean time, newly elected president Alberto Fernandez, although a socialist, seems anything but a puppet of new vice president Kirchner, as he not only acknowledges the importance of mining for the country in clear statements, but also is initiating a new ministry of mining. With Kirchner around, it is probably a good thing to be cautious, but things look actually better for mining than they did under Macri, as Fernandez seems to be more of a pragmatist. Wait and see, read more about it here:

Blue Sky Uranium Raising C$0.87M And Continues Exploration Of Ivana Deposit; Newly Elected Argentinian President Fernandez Perceived As Positive For Mining

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The Critical Investor

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