We are five years into this new market for rare earths: five years that dawned with higher rare earth elements prices, that unfolded with a new generation of publicly listed junior resources companies with REE properties and projects, and that saw a vicious bear market spread across the domestic and global mining sectors.
Looking for profits in the oil and natural gas space? Look no further than shale plays, energy service companies and offshore oil drilling opportunities in the U.S., says Byron King of Agora Financial LLC.
The biggest new source for platinum group metals just might be what Jack Lifton calls "the rubber tire mine." Removing the catalytic converter from a car's emission system produces a rate of return that rivals the production rates of the South African platinum giants.
Share prices have tumbled down for many rare earth element miners, while the quality of certain companies has dramatically improved. Is now the right time for investors to strengthen their positions in the space or to turn and run?
There are few mining sectors where chemistry, metallurgy and the supply chain meet in such a complex yet potentially profitable way as rare earths. The founding principal of Technology Metals Research gives an update on projects are closest to production,
The US Department of Defense has made a bold move to support a North American rare earth element project, and it's made waves in the market. Jeb Handwerger, editor of Gold Stock Trades, explains what this means for 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.