So, it looks like the uranium miners are taking a HUGE hit. I would think that this much of a hit is an overreaction. Yes, there are plants being closed due to the Japan situation, but this is not something sustainable. If countries keep them closed for long, there will be a huge runup in the "immediate" alternative energy fuels, primarily coal and nat gas. But once things calm down, the nuclear plants will ramp up again and uranium demand will return to normal. Based on that< i think that Uranium miners may have a potential as a long play. And for solar stocks, they're getting a big boost out of the Japan situation as well, but not as big as the hit the uranium stocks are taking. However, they've been getting a lift from rising oil, so they're already up a lot. It seems like this boost would be a spike also based on overreaction to the Japan situation. Oil prices have gone down since the earthquake, so that buoyancy for solar stocks is eroding. And due to less manufacturing in Japan and therefore, less manufacturing from other countries that use essential parts from those closed or reduced output japan plants, it seems that production and oil would be reduced, or at least not increased. Thus, what's your opinion on long nuclear companies: DNN, UEC, URRE, URG, URZ and short solar stocks: LDK, CSIQ, ESLR, FSLR, JASO, TSL Thoughts or opinions on this?