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VanEck Uranium and Nuclear ETF (NLR)

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82.03+1.47 (+1.82%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
84.20 +2.17 (+2.65%)
After hours: 06:59PM EDT
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Previous close80.56
Open81.98
Bid80.60 x 1200
Ask88.01 x 1000
Day's range81.21 - 82.17
52-week range57.00 - 89.36
Volume28,645
Avg. volume34,690
Net assets211.65M
NAV82.98
PE ratio (TTM)22.64
Yield3.76%
YTD daily total return15.70%
Beta (5Y monthly)0.64
Expense ratio (net)0.61%
Inception date2007-08-13
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    Nuclear power entering 'boom era' on traditional energy woes

    On today’s installment of Good Buy or Goodbye, nuclear energy is in focus as rising costs and geopolitical tensions put a strain on traditional energy sources. VettaFi Financial Futurist Dave Nadig joins Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman to discuss what investors should be considering in the energy sector. Nadig predicts a “boom era” for uranium supplies as tax cuts and subsidies in various countries accommodate a shift to nuclear energy. He takes a closer look at the VanEck Uranium+Nuclear Energy ETF (NLR). “Nuclear is increasingly looking like the solution," Nadig insists, who sees various industries relying on nuclear energy, specifically in the areas that require computing power such as electric vehicles and AI systems. Nadig advises investors to avoid the Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLE) due to the various challenges that could leave many at a loss. Nadig views the ongoing disputes in the Middle East and South America are “not good for anybody” as the impact on production and costs become increasingly problematic. "It's going to be another year or two at least before demand catches up to the over-supply," Nadig says on slowing growth for the broader energy market and the XLE Click here to see more Good Buy or Goodbye or you can watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live here. Editor's note: This article was written by Eyek Ntekim.