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Player Avatar DaddioResources (98.67) Submitted: 10/9/2010 6:21:35 PM : Outperform Start Price: $1.55 LYSDY Score: +12.64

This stock is an ADR @ 10 X 1 share of LYSCF.PKCheck this stock out fools. It is an rear earth minerals company headquartered our of Australia.Deutsche Bank Initiation of coverage with Buy on Oct-5 10:53 pm Initiation of coverage with Buy (1) - Deutsche Bank has joined the rare metals bandwagon as China uses its muscle and with the rest of the world scrambling to get their hands on some. There is no stable supply outside China, which is responsible for about 90% of the world's production. Global demand outside China is about equal to Chinese demand (50/50). Lynas has the most advanced project outside China, the analysts point out. On higher pricing assumptions they believe the shares are much more worth than what they are priced at today. It's not difficult to see why the stockbroker has initiated coverage with a Buy rating accompanied by a price target of $1.80.

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Member Avatar BriteWorld (24.57) Submitted: 11/29/2010 10:45:34 AM
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$1.80 target? better sell right NOW!

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 12/28/2010 10:25:02 AM
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The 1.80 target was on the 1x LYSCF.PK, making the target on LYSDY.PK, representing 10 shares at $18.00. I have little respect for analysts, especially on a little followed, speculative stock, (meaning no track record or earnings and none expected until actual mining commences). Overall, my target is higher than $18 if they get production, processing capability and continued long term contracts from Japan who has been squeezed out by China who, as baseballdude indicated, has 90% of the world's current production.

Member Avatar TSIF (99.96) Submitted: 10/7/2011 12:49:15 PM
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Update note: LYSDY.PK did a 10:1 split to align with LYSCF.PK.
Note to potential investors: LYSDY.PK is upgrading it's trading status with Bank of Mellon ADR support to the OTCBB. Both remain PK stocks. DY, however, may be more liquid going forward.
Check with your brokerage, however, on trading fees. At one point some brokerages had a $50 trading fee PER TRADE plus your regular trading fee for the DY.

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