Fukushima fallout was disastrous. Nuclear power is very risky. No one wants to live in the shadows of the disastrous. Japan should not use nuclear power. All of nuclear reactor should be closed up! It is not wrong but just could not be done in reality. How many people have the experiences to be burnt by fire? Why do we use fire everyday even some houses just are burnt down? We all know the reasons and get used to the reasons. However when the people see the disasters in Japan, we could not help but want not to know nuclear power instinctively but very primarily. *** It is very helpful to upgrade our own mental framework to ponder about why Japan just couldn't do as its wish and never use Nuclear Power again! Wisdom doesn't prove we are perfect but gives our ways to use the perfect part in our imperfection! Intelligence does confirm we can go forward with the best or better choice from a lot of options. Someone like to say "Never do it again." It actually is a claim to give up. However surrendering to the tyranny of nature, human kind, and stock market means no future. *** It is very painful to live in the ruins. However reality is cruel too. Sometimes you have to choose and no options are just good to you. Faced with electricity shortages and the prospect of rationing power supplies through the approaching summer peak, Japan reluctantly returned to nuclear power. In a decision that went against most popular polling as we could image, two nuclear reactors would be ordered to restart. The reality is if no enough power, the society would be deteriorated and live in ruins forever or disintegration. Few of ordinary people care about it, which is understandable. *** Global uranium industry, still bruised and battered from the Fukushima fallout, this was an important day. The restart of Japanese reactors plays as the first of two key steps needed to drag the sector out of the nuclear winter that descended when tsunamis overwhelmed the Fukushima nuclear plants. Fully understand Japan would continue to consider a long-term exit from nuclear power, but actions spoke louder than words. A nation as individual traders or investors have to be survival first and then revival! *** However it can be expected more rigid risk management would be introduced in nuclear power industrial. It is unrealistic to expect Uranium industrial would be recovered in days let alone EU crises have added the barriers for the recovery. It seems the uranium industry has to wait for a confirmation from China that its nuclear power expansion plans, placed on pause in the wake of Fukushima, are back under development. It seems true while decisions in China, Korea and Russia were more pivotal to the uranium growth story, this week's Japanese restart was still ''an important symbolic milestone''. *** It seems fundamentally Uranium industries would come back to its normal track but when it would happen depends on the mass psychologies. 1. If the country that was affected the most by this disaster is restarting plants, then the rest of the world starts to think differently too. 2. Markets have a psychology all their own, and the reaction on local trading was hard to interpret. 3. GFC and EU crises have made specific risks to the uranium industries, which connected with debt and future projects that affect their valuations. 4. Bearish investor sentiment towards the global economy had overwhelmed any good news that emerged on an industry level. 5. There was evidence that the small end of the uranium industry was close to conceding defeat. *** It could be worse before better for Aussie uranium companies: If uranium remains a core asset to a company, its activity seems to be at tenement maintenance levels until a recovery is apparent in global sentiment for uranium.'' With a spot uranium price hovering below $US51 ($A50) a pound, and contract prices believed to be closer to $US60 a pound, it seems there was a long way to go before vibrancy returned to the small end of the sector. The price that's required to give a 15 per cent return on a typical greenfield uranium project is about $US83 per pound, so at the moment it is unlikely that any of the small uranium explorers would make appropriate returns. *** Good news tend to be bad news for some times while all are losers. It is another side of the stories. Don't say never do it again but think about when you should do it again, which is the time you believe you have high odds to be profitable and would like to take the risks. Sometimes in life you don't have choices to take some risks and you naturally are chosen as something you like or dislike. No choice and then take it as it is! In the stock market you have all of choices for the time, and what you like to buy, hold, and sell. We are free. Freedom without responsibility means hell! Having all of choices but no brain to choose, means gambling in random. In the stock market, we need to know any good things happen in process. Investment or trading should be the matter to know the process and then get the best choice in the time range you like to play.