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  • Molycorp, Lynas Surge As China Eliminates Export Tariffs On Rare Earths [View article]
    I have $1k of 'fun money' socked away for a rainy day. I'm probably likely to jump in. If it goes sub-penny, then it is what it is. Won't kick myself over it. But REM's are incredibly cyclical (as many things). Not certain this stock can get too battered up more than it already has. Besides, I'm not looking to flip, I could easily sit on this one for the next 10 years and give it little thought. I'm overdue for a 'pet project' anyway.
    May 1, 2015. 06:43 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • China export tax removal to boost rare earth demand, Lynas CEO says [View news story]
    What are the difference between the two Lynas stock tickers? Is there a preferred one to invest in over the other?
    Apr 30, 2015. 01:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Molycorp, Lynas Surge As China Eliminates Export Tariffs On Rare Earths [View article]
    So buy or not to buy Lynas at $0.05/share. That is the question.
    Apr 30, 2015. 01:04 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Trading rare earth stocks and investing in Lynas Corporation [View instapost]
    I realize this post is over a year old. That said, I'm looking for a growth stock in my portfolio. Something I can sit on, forget about, and only peek at once, maybe twice a year.

    Currently, I work the research arena of REM's. I'm educated on them, what they do, and how incredibly important they are to technology moving the human race forward (could be argued of course).

    I have 2k of 'discretionary' monies to spend, and I'd like to invest in an area that I am closely tied to.

    Two months prior, I had considered jumping into Lynas when it was near it's all-time low of $0.85/share. Today, it is hovers around the $1.25/share mark. Still a good, undervalued stock.... in my opinion of course.

    Even with the recent request by the Malaysian people to have a judge review the 2 year, temporary working license, that could postpone the start-up of the newly built plant in June, is it still a low-mid range risk to snap up 1.5k shares?

    Thanks so much for this post. Even if it is a year old. I still found it very helpful and informative!
    Feb 23, 2012. 03:48 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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