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For a few years now, Dacha Strategic Metals (OTCPK:DCHAF) has languished at a massive discount to its book value, and with good reason. Its previous management was a one-trick pony, having invested the bulk of the firm's assets in rare-earth metals. While this made them look like geniuses in the 2011 rare-earths bubble, the subsequent bursting of that bubble revealed these speculators for what they are: poor capital allocators.
If this same management team were still in charge of Dacha, I would probably not...
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