Sprott Physical Uranium Trust – TSX: U.U., OTC: SRUUF

The Sprott Physical Uranium Trust – Stock Symbols – TSX: U.U. ($ U.S.), U.UN ($ CA), OTC: SRUUF is the largest and only physical uranium fund that invests and holds uranium in the form of U3O8 (yellowcake).

About the Sprott Physical Uranium Fund

Sprott Physical Uranium Fund Objective

The Sprott Physical Uranium fund offers a secure and investor-friendly exchange-traded investment alternative for those interested in having uranium as part of a portfolio. The trust unit stock is available to U.S. investors as well through the OTC symbol SRUUF.

At inception, the Sprott Physical Uranium fund held over 18 million pounds of U3O8 and 300 thousand pounds of UF6. These resources are stored in three countries by four organizations. Canada (Cameco), U.S. (ConverDyn), U.S. (Urenco), and France (Orano). The trust began with physical uranium assets under management (AUM) of $629.33 Million.

Inception

The Sprott Physical Uranium Trust started trading on July 19, 2021, after completing the reorganization of Uranium Participation Corporation (UPC).

Physical Uranium Fund Key Benefits
Physical Uranium Fund Key Benefits. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

The Uranium Spot Price is Drastically Rising

Uranium Buying is Accelerating
Uranium Buying is Accelerating. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Supply and Demand Are Not Balanced

Uranium Production & Demand Imbalance Likely to Grow.
Uranium Production & Demand Imbalance Likely to Grow. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Global Acceptance Growing

Global Policy Initiatives Support Nuclear Energy.
Global Policy Initiatives Support Nuclear Energy. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Nuclear Power Addresses Climate Change

Decarbonization Goals Align with Nuclear Growth.
Decarbonization Goals Align with Nuclear Growth. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Massive Global Growth

Nuclear Reactors: Operational and Under-Construction.
Nuclear Reactors: Operational and Under-Construction. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Opportunity Isn’t Just Knocking; It’s Exploding.

The uranium market has been stagnant for decades, but that’s all about to change. This physical uranium fund is the first of its kind, and it could be your ticket to considerable gains in this once-in-a-generation opportunity. For anyone watching since this fund’s inception, this fund is significantly driving uranium prices higher.

About Sprott

Sprott Asset Management LP was founded in 1981 by Eric Sprott. Today the firm has become a global leader in real Sprott Asset Management LP was founded in 1981 by Eric Sprott. Today the firm has become a global leader in tangible assets and precious metals. The trusts and funds managed include five physical commodity trusts worth approximately $13.6 billion under management listed on NYSE ARCA (U.S. investors) and TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange):

A Global Leader in Precious Metals and Real Assets Investments.
A Global Leader in Precious Metals and Real Assets Investments. Source: Sprott July 19, 2021 Presentation

Sprott’s UPC takeover

Earlier in 2021, the company announced that Sprott would take over the Uranium Participation Corporation. By the middle of 2021, the sector gained a simplified physical vehicle. This structure allows continuous nibbling (or gobbling) at the bid on the spot market.

Contact Sprott:

Royal Bank Plaza South Tower

200 Bay Street, Suite 2600

Toronto, Ontario M5J 2J1 (Canada)

Toll-Free: 888-622-1813 or 855-943-8099

Email: [email protected]

sprott.com

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