Here I found I could "Invest" in thorium. . . . ? Huh? . . . ? What?? Invest in a controlled Substance?
I Clicked on it, and there it was. I Again read the address more closely . . . There it was, Right in the address . . . . The Word jOKE . . . I think it may be an April Fools Joke.
I do not believe it to be a joke, at least not the kind that one pulls on April 1st. It might be a "joke" in that they are someone that cannot be taken seriously but investing in controlled substances is a real thing. People buy uranium stocks all the time, this is a piece of paper that shows ownership in a uranium mine and/or the stockpile of uranium owned by a company. People invest in things like alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and all kinds of drugs that are controlled under the law, I don't see how investing in thorium would be any different.
What does make thorium very different than many other items where it's ownership and trade is controlled by law is the size of the market. If you've read the news lately you'll see that the trade in opiates and firearms is strong right now in spite of (or pehaps because of) laws controlling their trade. When it comes to thorium though the trade is quite small, limited to things like magnetrons, specialty thoriated welding rods, and so on.
Investing in thorium might be a very profitable investment. What's holding it back is a kind of chicken and egg problem, few people want it and so production is small, since production is small there it little incentive to use it as a material.
As for the word "joke" in the address, I believe that is just an accident of the random letters generated. There's a lot of four letter words in the English language, if you have a long enough string of random letters a few four letter words will appear. That series of letters is some sort of identifier, telling the server where the link came from or something, I removed the "joke" characters and I got the same page. Try it:http://subscribe.energyandcapital.com/75069