As Bipartisan As it Can
Get in American Standards
Simon and Garfunkel are one of the most popular musical duos of all time. They met in school at the age of 11, recorded their first single together at the age of 16 and immediately started bickering with each other.
They split up, right as they began to experience success and regrouped five years later and were signed by Columbia Records. Paul Simon wrote “The Sound of Silence,” which was a mega-hit that rose to No.1 on the Billboards and the two young musicians from Queens became millionaires.
They also couldn’t stand each other. It’s astonishing how a couple of super-gifted individuals, with a knack for creating hit singles and timeless songs, couldn’t reach a point where they could sit in a room together for more than the minimal time it takes to collaborate on music.
They could have written so many more beautiful pieces and added to the more than 100 million copies they sold, even with their dysfunctional relationship.
Nothing is more divisive than American politics right now, but somehow, if I had to pick one thing, one area where Democrats and Republicans agree and are willing to collaborate and team up on, I have a pretty good idea what it would be.
If there’s one thing that could make Democrats and Republicans work together and team up and is now considered one of the only true bipartisan categories on the agenda, it is the fate and future of the uranium industry in America and the need to increase domestic production and processing.
Just like Simon and Garfunkel, if Democrats and Republicans put their best effort forward and focus only on this matter, excuding all else, America could revive the nuclear fuel industry, in a time that it desperately needs it!
I’ve discovered a NEW URANIUM STOCK that could be the most important company I’ve ever found; its business model is at the crossroads of EVERYTHING I BELIEVE IN, when it comes to creating an efficient commodity company:
- They own a PHYSICAL SUPPLY of uranium!
- Are in the business of creating royalty streams!
- Loaded with cash!
What I feel today about owning a piece of this business is probably what the Columbia Records executives felt like, when they realized the sheer, raw profit potential of the duo when they first heard them sing!
More details to come tomorrow!
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