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It's time for rare earth minerals to make a run
Rare Earth Metals companies are the new kings... From batteries to flash memory and SSDs and cars, everyone will need rare earth metals but they are very rare
The limited informaiton I have on REE is that there is a limited supply of this speciality. Consusquently I believe REE will continue to remain well above the SP for at least the next 5-years - provided the knucles heads in the middle east don't distroy the planet.
Rare earth plays have gone up so fast it looks like a bubble is forming, however, the need for those elements is going up even faster. and with China controlling about 90% of world wide production and having cut exports recently be 40% the scramble is on to try and develop other sources. go long on rare earth plays!
Value-less in a market which limited supply really isn't limited and will be re-opened.stairs up, escalator down.
Its Bear Lodge property was previously drilled by Molycorp, Hecla Mining, and Duval, all without success. Newmont Mining and others sought to find gold there. All of these companies abandoned Rare Elements' property. Can it really find something other bigger, better financed companies could not? Possibly, but not likely.
annalist over analyze the simple, duh
REE - rare earths are controlled by China predominantly and are used increasingly by the US govt and civilian (autos) industries.
Will start seeing revenues and profits during this time period.
I don't get why it's priced so high.
China plans to play games with rare earths. Domestic supplies will be critical for US hi tech firms.
Rare Earth stocks have been strong performers lately, due to export restrictions by China. There are limited ways to play this theme.
I'm sorry, but any "sophisticated investor" who participates in this C$9.00 per share secondary offering is a REEtard! http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Rare-Element-Files-Final-prnews-4127498651.html?x=0&.v=6
Get ready for the free fall. Obvious double top at 13.70. Should hit 8 dollars in the near future.
In a few years, when the mines are operational, REE is set to provide domestic production of the minerals needed for green tech. This gives it an advantage in the long term.
I read an interesting article about a potential Chinese "squeeze" on the rare earth market: http://www.stockhouse.com/Columnists/2010/Oct/1/America-s-rare-earth-rush-could-cause-these-stocks
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