Venezuela: Ripe for recovery?
In this report we consider the current situation in Venezuela. We analyse how the country has ended up in the dire economic turmoil in which it currently finds itself and explore the changes that are required to bring them in from the political cold, specifically to allow the easing of the sanctions that have so harmed the economy and the people.
Uranium and its New Silk Road – Further Problems for Western Buyers
Here we discuss potential supply issues arising for Kazakh produced uranium reaching western buyers as a result of increased sanctions against Russia.
Uranium enrichment: third generation technology
Further to our Thesis on Uranium we have discovered the enrichment company, Silex Systems, who are developing cutting edge laser enrichment technology.
The Case on Uranium
At Ocean Wall we have long held the view that nuclear power will prove the answer to global energy supply concerns. However, the price of uranium has been very low for the last few years and while in recent months we have seen some upward movement, we believe that there is a long way to go. This report outlines the supply issues, likely demand, global breakdown and discusses companies active in the sector.
The History and Future of Psychedelics in Medicine
Psychedelics have seen a huge increase in investment focus over the last few years, but for many it remains a misunderstood, much maligned, and extremely niche sector. Here we seek to give you it’s history, research – past and present, who are the companies involved – established and start-up – big and small – public and private, and who the bid investors in this sector are.
Ocean Wall Guide to SPACs
SPACs are undoubtedly the biggest phenomena of the last 2 years in the finance world and while their growth has slowed they still remain extremely interesting. We look into their structure and nuances as well as their pros and cons.
The Case on Lithium
Lithium is fast becoming the most important commodity on the plant. This report outlines what it is, where it is, how to mine it and, more importantly, supply and demand factors affecting it now and over the next 10+ years.
Carbon – Credits, Capture & Storage
Carbon Credits are increasingly being seen as a viable asset class and are generating strong interest from the Alternative Asset community while ESG funds and governments have long been investors in long term Carbon Capture and Storage. This report dives into both and explains why this interest has been developing.