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  • A 'Rare' Opportunity [View article]
    Article just out:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:17 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Rare Earth Primer [View article]
    check it out:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Knock-Out Criteria For Rare Earth Element Deposits: Cutting The Wheat From The Chaff [View article]
    Latest research report:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Grocery Store Full Of Critical Commodities Opening Up In Quebec [View article]
    New report just out:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Ucore Puts Out An RFP For Its Upcoming BFS [View article]
    Report on rare earths:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Rare Earth Prices Hitting Bottom: Molycorp On The Road To Being Cash Flow Positive [View article]
    Article on the difficulties of REEs:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp: Could It Turnaround? It's A Long Shot [View article]
    Research report on rare earths:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Molycorp Case Study And Shorts Getting Squeezed [View article]
    This may say it all:

    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mountain Pass Bottleneck Solved, Will Molycorp Return To Profitability? [View article]
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp: 2 Reasons Why Leon Black Is Providing Mullet Money [View article]
    New research report on rare earths:
    “The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
    http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
    Oct 22, 2014. 09:12 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is China Planning to Restrict or Eliminate Export of 'Heavy' Rare Earth Metals? [View article]
    check this out:

    "Rare Earth Deposits: A Simple Means of Comparative Evaluation"

    After overwhelming feedback from both our previous articles on rare earth deposits, I decided to make this a trilogy and address some more of the many comments received from our newsletter subscribers. Moreover, I would like to take a step back and explain, on a more comparative level, how I arrived at Commerce Resources Corp.’s Ashram Deposit as my top pick for success in the rare earth element (REE) space.

    Herein, I have ranked 15 REE deposits that are well-known in the space and/or subject to our reader’s comments. This rating is based on 6 criteria of evaluation (discussed below) and largely subjective in nature as there is no precise way to compare multiple REE projects in a definitive manner. As such, I have based my ranking on a comparison of deposit attributes, and on discussions with experts in the REE space. Please take this ranking as a guide that is subject to change based on a project’s internal developments.

    The following 15 REE companies were mentioned in the research report:

    #1: Commerce Resources Corp.
    #2: Peak Resources Ltd.
    #3: Frontier Rare Earths Ltd.
    #4: Rare Element Resources Ltd.
    #5: Tasman Metals Ltd.
    #6: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.
    #7: Greenland Minerals & Energy Ltd.
    #8: Arafura Resources Ltd.
    #9: Matamec Exploration Inc.
    #10: Namibia Rare Earths Inc.
    #11: Quest Rare Minerals Inc.
    #12: Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
    #13: Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
    #14: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.
    #15: Geomega Resources Inc.

    A listing of these 15 projects and their ranking can be found in Table 1 at the end of this article as well as a detailed project attribute listing in Table 2. The ranking of the 15 REE companies evaluated herein (Table 1 and Table 2) can be found in the full research report that is available as a PDF with the following link:

    http://bit.ly/1mCRiVt
    Apr 23, 2014. 05:40 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp: A High Potential Rare Earth Miner [View article]
    Potentials exist somewhere else:

    "Rare Earth Deposits: A Simple Means of Comparative Evaluation"

    After overwhelming feedback from both our previous articles on rare earth deposits, I decided to make this a trilogy and address some more of the many comments received from our newsletter subscribers. Moreover, I would like to take a step back and explain, on a more comparative level, how I arrived at Commerce Resources Corp.’s Ashram Deposit as my top pick for success in the rare earth element (REE) space.

    Herein, I have ranked 15 REE deposits that are well-known in the space and/or subject to our reader’s comments. This rating is based on 6 criteria of evaluation (discussed below) and largely subjective in nature as there is no precise way to compare multiple REE projects in a definitive manner. As such, I have based my ranking on a comparison of deposit attributes, and on discussions with experts in the REE space. Please take this ranking as a guide that is subject to change based on a project’s internal developments.

    The following 15 REE companies were mentioned in the research report:

    #1: Commerce Resources Corp.
    #2: Peak Resources Ltd.
    #3: Frontier Rare Earths Ltd.
    #4: Rare Element Resources Ltd.
    #5: Tasman Metals Ltd.
    #6: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.
    #7: Greenland Minerals & Energy Ltd.
    #8: Arafura Resources Ltd.
    #9: Matamec Exploration Inc.
    #10: Namibia Rare Earths Inc.
    #11: Quest Rare Minerals Inc.
    #12: Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
    #13: Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
    #14: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.
    #15: Geomega Resources Inc.

    A listing of these 15 projects and their ranking can be found in Table 1 at the end of this article as well as a detailed project attribute listing in Table 2. The ranking of the 15 REE companies evaluated herein (Table 1 and Table 2) can be found in the full research report that is available as a PDF with the following link:

    http://bit.ly/1mCRiVt
    Apr 23, 2014. 05:40 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Now For Molycorp? [View article]
    Is there a better Molycorp on the horizon?

    "Rare Earth Deposits: A Simple Means of Comparative Evaluation"

    After overwhelming feedback from both our previous articles on rare earth deposits, I decided to make this a trilogy and address some more of the many comments received from our newsletter subscribers. Moreover, I would like to take a step back and explain, on a more comparative level, how I arrived at Commerce Resources Corp.’s Ashram Deposit as my top pick for success in the rare earth element (REE) space.

    Herein, I have ranked 15 REE deposits that are well-known in the space and/or subject to our reader’s comments. This rating is based on 6 criteria of evaluation (discussed below) and largely subjective in nature as there is no precise way to compare multiple REE projects in a definitive manner. As such, I have based my ranking on a comparison of deposit attributes, and on discussions with experts in the REE space. Please take this ranking as a guide that is subject to change based on a project’s internal developments.

    The following 15 REE companies were mentioned in the research report:

    #1: Commerce Resources Corp.
    #2: Peak Resources Ltd.
    #3: Frontier Rare Earths Ltd.
    #4: Rare Element Resources Ltd.
    #5: Tasman Metals Ltd.
    #6: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.
    #7: Greenland Minerals & Energy Ltd.
    #8: Arafura Resources Ltd.
    #9: Matamec Exploration Inc.
    #10: Namibia Rare Earths Inc.
    #11: Quest Rare Minerals Inc.
    #12: Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
    #13: Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
    #14: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.
    #15: Geomega Resources Inc.

    A listing of these 15 projects and their ranking can be found in Table 1 at the end of this article as well as a detailed project attribute listing in Table 2. The ranking of the 15 REE companies evaluated herein (Table 1 and Table 2) can be found in the full research report that is available as a PDF with the following link:

    http://bit.ly/1mCRiVt
    Apr 23, 2014. 05:39 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp CEO Sees Less Rare Earths Price Volatility; Monthly Index Steady [View article]
    who is the next Molycorp?

    Answer:

    "Rare Earth Deposits: A Simple Means of Comparative Evaluation"

    After overwhelming feedback from both our previous articles on rare earth deposits, I decided to make this a trilogy and address some more of the many comments received from our newsletter subscribers. Moreover, I would like to take a step back and explain, on a more comparative level, how I arrived at Commerce Resources Corp.’s Ashram Deposit as my top pick for success in the rare earth element (REE) space.

    Herein, I have ranked 15 REE deposits that are well-known in the space and/or subject to our reader’s comments. This rating is based on 6 criteria of evaluation (discussed below) and largely subjective in nature as there is no precise way to compare multiple REE projects in a definitive manner. As such, I have based my ranking on a comparison of deposit attributes, and on discussions with experts in the REE space. Please take this ranking as a guide that is subject to change based on a project’s internal developments.

    The following 15 REE companies were mentioned in the research report:

    #1: Commerce Resources Corp.
    #2: Peak Resources Ltd.
    #3: Frontier Rare Earths Ltd.
    #4: Rare Element Resources Ltd.
    #5: Tasman Metals Ltd.
    #6: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.
    #7: Greenland Minerals & Energy Ltd.
    #8: Arafura Resources Ltd.
    #9: Matamec Exploration Inc.
    #10: Namibia Rare Earths Inc.
    #11: Quest Rare Minerals Inc.
    #12: Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
    #13: Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
    #14: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.
    #15: Geomega Resources Inc.

    A listing of these 15 projects and their ranking can be found in Table 1 at the end of this article as well as a detailed project attribute listing in Table 2. The ranking of the 15 REE companies evaluated herein (Table 1 and Table 2) can be found in the full research report that is available as a PDF with the following link:

    http://bit.ly/1mCRiVt
    Apr 23, 2014. 05:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Playing Leapfrog With Molycorp [View article]
    who is next?

    NEW ARTICLE:

    "Rare Earth Deposits: A Simple Means of Comparative Evaluation"

    After overwhelming feedback from both our previous articles on rare earth deposits, I decided to make this a trilogy and address some more of the many comments received from our newsletter subscribers. Moreover, I would like to take a step back and explain, on a more comparative level, how I arrived at Commerce Resources Corp.’s Ashram Deposit as my top pick for success in the rare earth element (REE) space.

    Herein, I have ranked 15 REE deposits that are well-known in the space and/or subject to our reader’s comments. This rating is based on 6 criteria of evaluation (discussed below) and largely subjective in nature as there is no precise way to compare multiple REE projects in a definitive manner. As such, I have based my ranking on a comparison of deposit attributes, and on discussions with experts in the REE space. Please take this ranking as a guide that is subject to change based on a project’s internal developments.

    The following 15 REE companies were mentioned in the research report:

    #1: Commerce Resources Corp.
    #2: Peak Resources Ltd.
    #3: Frontier Rare Earths Ltd.
    #4: Rare Element Resources Ltd.
    #5: Tasman Metals Ltd.
    #6: Great Western Minerals Group Ltd.
    #7: Greenland Minerals & Energy Ltd.
    #8: Arafura Resources Ltd.
    #9: Matamec Exploration Inc.
    #10: Namibia Rare Earths Inc.
    #11: Quest Rare Minerals Inc.
    #12: Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
    #13: Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
    #14: Texas Rare Earth Resources Corp.
    #15: Geomega Resources Inc.

    A listing of these 15 projects and their ranking can be found in Table 1 at the end of this article as well as a detailed project attribute listing in Table 2. The ranking of the 15 REE companies evaluated herein (Table 1 and Table 2) can be found in the full research report that is available as a PDF with the following link:

    http://bit.ly/1mCRiVt
    Apr 23, 2014. 05:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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