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Rockstone
Commodities, macro, deep value, value
Contributor since: 2012
Company: Rockstone Research Ltd.
"A Closer Look at Nickel: An Unsustainable Current Reality?"
by Chris Berry (October 20, 2015)
http://bit.ly/1PAq549
Initiating coverage on Cardiff Energy Corp.: http://bit.ly/1FKAGiR
My current top focus on developers active in the US and reporting in CAD is Cardiff Energy Corp. (TSX.V: CRS) and I may initiate coverage in a few days. Stay tuned!
The above is an excerpt from the full research report: http://bit.ly/1J6Ye8o
The above article is an excerpt from the full research report:
English:
http://bit.ly/1wvjvn6
German:
http://bit.ly/1wvjsYs
Mr Clark: Take a closer look at the comparison chart provided in the article:
"The projects with the least amount of tonnage entering the extraction facility are most likely to be processed downstream at the lowest cost, as they have successfully removed the most gangue material during the prior mineral processing stage. Based on this method, the Ashram REE Deposit is the clear leader with less than half the input as the closest peer project in development."
The above article represents an excerpt from the full research report:
English:
http://bit.ly/12oLojI
German:
http://bit.ly/12oLozY
The full 16 page research report:
English:
http://bit.ly/1vtLKQI
German:
http://bit.ly/1vtLJMA
Article just out:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
check it out:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
Latest research report:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
New report just out:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
Report on rare earths:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
Article on the difficulties of REEs:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
Research report on rare earths:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
This may say it all:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
New research report on rare earths:
“The Rare Earth Mine-to-Market Strategy and the Underlying Motives“
http://bit.ly/1pAp3UX
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
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
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
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
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
rethink:
"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
have a deep look and rethink:
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
maybe this helps:
"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
doesnt seem like a gem at all, according to this:
"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
they should be overlooking it... imho:
"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
doesnt seem like a primer at all, check this:
"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
Its actually way overvalued:
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
One reason not do buy:
"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
A reason why Tasman may not survive:
"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