Keys to Rare Earth Companies’ Success: Innovation, Cost Efficiency (REMX, MCP, LYC, QRM, AVL)

rare earthsZig Lambo: Geologist Alex Knox followed rare earths before they were Wall Street's darlings, and continues to do so, having seen stormy weather in this industry before. Demand for rare earths remains; it's just a question of who can supply them first—and at what cost? In this interview with
NYSE:REMX January 22, 2013 2:29pm

3 Things The Rare Earth Sector Needs To Prosper (REMX, REE, MCP, AVL, LYC, FRO)

Brian Sylvester: For too long, the rare earth space (NYSEARCA:REMX) has operated in obscurity. Greater clarity on prices, inventory levels and demand will create more market stability, according to Matt Gibson, institutional research analyst with CIBC World Markets.
NYSE:REMX December 18, 2012 2:41pm

China Aims To Tighten The Rare Earth Market (REMX, MCP, AVL, REE, SHZ)

Jim Trippon: China, the world’s largest producer of rare earth minerals, will try to push up falling metal prices by further restricting supply, according to a recent proposal for new rules in the industry as reported by Reuters. The rare earth minerals, such esoteric elements as neodymium, cerium,
NYSE:REMX October 2, 2012 3:53pm

Brandon Tirpak: China’s Stockpile Effort Could Stabilize Rare Earth Metals (MCP, LYC, QRM, AVL, REMX)

Sally Lowder: In the next few weeks, China's government will begin stockpiling roughly ¥6B worth of rare earth elements (NYSEARCA:REMX). Does this mean a price floor is imminent? That's what Asian Metal Analyst Brandon Tirpak expects, noting that price decline rates
NYSE:REMX September 11, 2012 1:55pm

Gareth Hatch: Rare Earths and Graphite; The Critical Factors for Success (REMX, MCP, LYC, AVL, REE, QRM)

JT Long: Comparisons are useful in evaluating a company, but in the rare earth market, it's not as simple as a spreadsheet. With so many variables in the mix, no two projects are exactly alike, and each has its relative strengths and weaknesses. But out of hundreds of juniors
NYSE:REMX July 31, 2012 12:50pm

The Outlook For Rare Earth Element Demand Is Growing More & More (REMX, LYC, MCP, QRM, AVL, TC, IAG)

Sally Lowder: Despite market malaise, the outlook for rare earth element demand is growing more and more compelling. China still controls a majority of the supply, but has been cautioning the world that even its reserves can't last forever. North America desperately
NYSE:REMX July 6, 2012 1:01pm

Michael Silver: Rare Earth Junior Miners Should Applaud China (REMX, MCP, RHA, MT, LYC, QRM, REE, AVL)

Sally Lowder: In a sector where the playing field is not always level, Michael Silver, chairman and CEO of rare earth supplier American Elements, makes a case for more cooperation. With China's quotas creating a marked price differential for critical metals
NYSE:REMX May 22, 2012 3:13pm

The Rare Earths Industry Is Only Just Beginning For Investors (REMX, MCP, LYC, AVL, UCU, QRM)

Brian Sylvester: Is the rare earths space (NYSEARCA:REMX) an industry in decline, a bubble popped? Not so, according to Jon Hykawy, head of global research and a clean technologies analyst at Byron Capital Markets. Hykawy tells The Critical Metals Report in this exclusive interview that establishing
NYSE:REMX May 15, 2012 4:52pm

Jeffery Green: WTO Suit Won’t End China’s Rare Earth Monopoly (REMX, MCP, NEM, AVL, QRM, REE)

Zig Lambo: Washington misses the point about rare earth element supply, says Jeffery Green, founder of J.A. Green & Co. With the Departments of Energy, United States Trade Representative and Department of Defense each approaching China's near monopoly from different angles and Congress more divided

NYSE:REMX April 17, 2012 2:37pm

Luisa Moreno: Winning the Rare Earth Economic War (REMX, MCP, AVL, REE, LYC, UCU)

JT Long:  China's sudden cuts to rare earth export quotas and domestic production marked the beginning of a Rare Earth Economic War, proposes Jacob Securities' Senior Mining and Metals Analyst Luisa Moreno. The good news is that partnerships between end-users and mining companies may just be the

NYSE:REMX March 20, 2012 2:20pm

President Barack Obama: U.S. Energy Future Depends On Rare Earth Metals (REMX, QRM, REE, MCP, AVL)

Don Miller:  Will a near-monopoly in rare earth metals do for China what oil did for Saudi Arabia? Not  if the U.S. government has anything to say about it.

NYSE:REMX March 19, 2012 1:56pm

Jason Burack & Mo Dawoud: Rare Earth Metals Is A Stock-Pickers Market (REMX, MCP, AVL, QRM, UCU, REE)

Critical Metals Report:  In the wake of a 2011 roller coaster ride in the rare earth market (NYSEArca:REMX), the sector still holds promise for astute investors, argue Wall St. for Main St. co-founders Jason Burack and Mo Dawoud. In this exclusive Critical Metals Report interview, the pair name the six

NYSE:REMX February 29, 2012 2:55pm

Trading China’s Tight Grip On Rare Earths (REMX, MCP, REE, AVL, QRM, FXI, TM)

Richard Rittorno: China’s (NYSEArca:FXI) failed appeal to the World Trade Organization (WTO) surrounding its rare earth export policies has renewed pressure on the Ministry of Commerce to open up this strategic class of commodities to global consumers.
NYSE:REMX February 1, 2012 2:44pm

Byron King: Rare Earth Metals—Not Your Father’s Mining Biz (REMX, QRM, REE, MCP, AVL)

Brian Sylvester: The non-Chinese rare earth metals sector is not dying, insists Byron King, editor of Outstanding Investments and Energy & Scarcity Investor. However, a rare earth miner's path to success significantly differs from the precious metals game. In this exclusive interview with The Critical
NYSE:REMX January 31, 2012 3:14pm

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