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Ellis Martin Report – “Skyharbour Resources’ Intersects Additional High Grade Uranium Mineralization” (Audio)

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Ellis Martin Report – “Skyharbour Resources’ Intersects Additional High Grade Uranium Mineralization” (Audio)

 

 

 

 

 

In this segment of The Ellis Martin Report CEO Joran Trimble of Skyharbour Resources (TSX-V:SYH) (OTC:SYHBF) makes the case from a supply side economic, clean tech and geopolitical perspective as to why perhaps now more than ever investors should consider uranium and junior exploration and development companies such as this one a potential investment opportunity,. We also review the latest news from the Moore Uranium Project and partner companies doing business with Skyharbour. Listen to the interview!

 

Courtesy of The Ellis Martin Report

Posted February 7, 2022

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