Jack Lifton
Contributor since: 2009
Company: Technology Metals Research
Fake Graphene And Fake Battery Materials?
The Acquisition Of A Secure Supply Of Cobalt For EVs, The Chinese Way.
Breaking China's Heavy Rare Earths', HREEs, Production Monopoly: Australia's Northern Minerals (NTU:ASX) To Begin Production Of Dysprosium, Terbium, Lutetium And Many Other HREEs From Hard Rock Mineral, Xenotime. Countdown To A New Era.
The Impossibility Of The Total Conversion Of The World's Internal Combustion Powered Personal Transportation To Pure Battery Power.
Molycorp Mired In The Mud: Perhaps A Domestic "American"Total Rare Earth Supply Chain Should Be A Collaborative Project.
Decoupling The Rare-Earth Junior-Mining Market From Emphasis On Molycorp And Lynas
JP Morgan and Decoupling the Molycorp (MCP)engine from the Rare Earth Sector
The Number of Nearest-in-Time Potential American Critical Heavy Rare Earths Producers is Increased by One: The Coming Rare Earth Junior Mining Cull, Crystal Balls and Brass Balls
Rare Earths, Reality, and High Finance
Down Under Down Under: A Visit to Arafura Resources Nolan's Bore Rare Earth's Project in Australia's Northern Territories
In Xanadu did Goldman Sachs Decree a Rare Earths Surplus for all to see
The Best Solution to American Self-Sufficiency in Rare Earths
Why did Molycorp buy Silmet in Estonia, and was it worth the money?
The Impact of the Japanese Earthquake on the Demand for Rare Earths in the first 1/2 of 2011
The Effect of China's New Five-Year Plan on its Domestic Demand Growth for the Most Important Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Metals, Neodymium and Dysprosium
Why Toyota and Daimler Invested in Tesla
Mining the Gullible for Their Gold and Silver in Exchange for Fantasy Rare Earths from Under the Sea
Several Non-Chinese Rare Earth Mining Ventures Become members of a Billion Dollar Club. Is too much investment required for too little of a market?
Reporting From Beijing/Shanghai: Chinese Institutional Investors Look at Rare Metals Overseas
The Reallocation of Resources to Southeast Asia in the 21st Century. 1. Rare Earth Permanent Magnets and the Quest to Produce Rare Earths Outside of China.
The East is Green: China’s Focus on High Tech Raw Materials for Solar and Other Alternate Energy Technologies
Rare Earth Pricing at the Margin
Rare Earth Production and Supply Issues: The First Steps Towards Global Resource Re-Distribution?
Chinalco steps up drive for rare earths: Ominous News for Non Chinese Rare Earth Juniors, but Perhaps, Not for All of Them
A First Report from the 6th International Conference on Rare Earth Development and Application & China Rare Earth Summit 2010
Why do Newsletter Writer's Think Great Western Minerals Group is Chopped Liver?
Jack Lifton will be on the PBS New Hour Tonight, June 14, 2010
The Chinese Government's Approach to the Real Crisis Involved in the Production in China of the Rare Earths
Back to the past: Rare earth exploration near Ytterby, Sweden, and beyond
Paul Volcker on Rare Earths, Green Jobs, and All That.
Price Discovery for the Rare Earths?
INDABA 2010: On The Green Road: Cape Town Capers – A Field Report On The Rare Metals Mania Of 2010: Part I