Jack Lifton shares his vision for a world where centralized modern processing could make it possible for mining companies in the United States, Europe and Australia to start producing truly critical materials with small capex.
You'll never hear the Mercenary Geologist talk about electric metals, technology metals or rare metals. But he's got plenty to say about specialty metals. While the nomenclature may not seem important, he believes obscure definitions are confusing investors.
Resource developers, especially in the rare earths space, are suffering from the market's obsession with immediate results, says the writer and editor for Agora Financial who nonetheless argues that large-scale demand for high-tech metals remains.
The non-Chinese rare earth metals sector is not dying, insists Byron King, editor of Outstanding Investments and Energy & Scarcity Investor. However, a rare earth miner's path to success significantly differs from the precious metals game. In this exclusive interview with The Critical Metals Report, King explains how.
The Mercenary Geologist sees an Americas-centric rare earth elements-processing cartel forming to create a supply chain independent of China and points to the top companies that could be big players in the next five years.