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  • How is that IMPOSSIBLE rare earth "short squeeze" working for all my POOR sweet rare earth FAILURES and BORN SUCKERS?? LOL LOL LOL Even the Secutor Capital RETARDOS could NEVER raise this stinker so much as ONE RED PENNY!! LOL LOL LOL

  • Typical rare earth retardo pumper who exists to FAIL....probably a pump proxy for the Secutor Capital mental zeros. LOL

  • Old news big boy. Already factored in. Everyone knew this was coming. Look at REE. This is 2015, several companies add shares to increase income. Look at long term.
    New shares added at 42 cents once all said and done and will be later this month.
    27 cents is a good buy right now. Shares will be added later my friend. Read all the news, not just part of the news.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Existing shareholders to the back of the line?

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    price of avl is the same as it was when it started

    by picktj11 Mar 2, 2015 11:06 AM

    And now they are in bed with Secutor, a bunch of NO talent ZERO IQ boobsters.....so that is your 100% GUARANTEE that this stinkbomb is on a fast track to ZERO, probably by the time Summer arrives.

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    Background

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 6:16 PM

    Tried to warn my POOR sweet amateur rare earth SUCKERS and BORN RETARDOS, again:
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    WARNING: penny junk stocks trading below 1.00 NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER spin on a dime and resume bull markets....NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER!! That is especially true of these FATALLY WOUNDED BEAR sectors (golds/silvers/rare earths), and don't allow any slimy wall street PUMP SCAMMER tell you otherwise.

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    News flash

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 3:53 PM

    Hey DOLF.nacht, Does the D in DOLF stand for DUMB? I see you are doing all caps. Stands for un-educated... LOL Im sure you are an older person (60 plus... they all use all caps... lol).
    How did I buy 100,000 shares of AVL at 28 cents and sell at .39 cents. 39 cents is NOT zero. LOL. Do the math and figure out my short term capital gain. LOL. I'm sure you will have to use a calculator. LOL
    Im buying back AVL today less than 29 cents... Will ride it back up...

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    News flash

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 3:53 PM

    ALL of yesterday's CONTRIVED PUNY SEVEN PENNIES DEADCAT GAIN..... completely ERASED today!! ROFLMAO ENJOY YOUR continuing RIDE TO ZERO, my POOR sweet amateur rare earth SUCKERS!!!!! ROFLMAO

  • AVL should be avoided. I found my winner thanks to Ultimate Stock Alerts (they are in Google, do a search)

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    Loaded up, first target .39, then .45

    by dealerschoice10 Apr 28, 2015 8:26 AM

    I like CLF also. Last quarters income and balance sheet scared me.

  • Also loaded up on CLF, expecting HUGE earnings after the bell today, $7's after ER, literally today

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    price of avl is the same as it was when it started

    by picktj11 Mar 2, 2015 11:06 AM

    STRUGGLING for a pathetic SEVEN PENNIES gain = PENNY JUNK JOKE!

  • WAY over sold 2) 60 minutes report 3) we see an opportunity for Nova Scotia to re-emerge as the Tin Capital of North America." 4. $120 Million Department Of Energy Center Will Tackle Rare Earths Shortage , this is proof of a problem.
    With China holding the vast majority of the world's rare earths resources, the DOE is looking to diversify its sources. Is this to little to late?
    5 RARE MATERIALS are used in the production of everything from computer hard drives and smartphones to wind turbines, batteries, and precision weapons systems.
    6. Government and companies demand contributes to the stockpiling Ree's products as China has a monopoly and continues to invest/ own supplies in AVL-Molycorp and other sources. 7. Operates in Canada with a focus on rare earth elements (REE), and other rare metals and minerals, including lithium, tantalum, niobium, cesium, indium, gallium, yttrium, zirconium as well as a related base metal: tin.

    8.Rare-earth elements are key components of the green energy technologies and other high-technology applications. 9. 124,000 tonnes of rare-earths consumed worldwide annually, 10. China currently produces more than 96% of the rare-earths consumed 11. Ramping up domestic supplies could take more than a decade. The CMI has the un-enviable job now of figuring out a solution to this problem. 12. Critical juncture- proof of lack of control- Ames Laboratory to set up a new Energy Innovation Hub aimed at shoring up American energy security. Officially titled the Critical Materials Institute (CMI), the DOE lab will roll the resources of more than a dozen national labs,
    13. China has already rattled the rare earths saber on a couple of occasions, reminding its global customers that it alone can shut off the spigot to large segments of their manufacturing economies. It
    14. Elements are a Must have for defense

    15. The United States was once self-reliant in domestically produced
    REEs, but over the past 15 years has become 100% reliant on imports, primarily from China,
    because of lower-cost operations. 16.some
    raw materials do not exist in economic quantities in the United States, and processing,
    manufacturing, and other downstream ventures in the United States may not be cost competitive
    with facilities in other regions of the world even environmental issues. 17. Still talk no action- Congress and the Administration are discussing the impact
    of China’s near-monopoly position in rare earth elements and a range of potential federal
    investments that would support the development of a vertically integrated rare earth supply chain
    in the United States. 18. 2015, global demand for rare earth elements may reach 210,000 tons per year, according to one
    estimate. 19. India (population 1.0 billion) and followed by Africa (population nearly 1 billion), South America
    (population 400 million), and other parts of Asia (nearly 1.5 billion people). Their economies are
    expected to grow in the coming years which could keep prices under pressure even as new supply
    comes on-stream. 20. One day AVL will be backed and the PPS will rocket. It takes money and support for
    Processing, refining, and manufacturing capacity is necessary to meet growing demand. 21. There are only a few exploration companies that develop the
    Resource, and because of long lead times needed from discovery to refined elements, supply
    Constraints are likely in the short term. The cycle for stocks could rocket.

  • Taking a look at the chart, you can see that the price has moved nearly 60% so far this year and that the price is trading with a triangle pattern. The converging trendlines suggest that a breakout is likely in the coming weeks, and the recent crossover between the MACD and its signal line suggests that the direction will be upward.

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    News flash

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 3:53 PM

    Rare Metal Minute

    Posted by Chris Wildman
    | April 17, 2015

    In today’s Rare Metal Minute:
    •CBS 60 Minutes released a piece on the state of the Rare Earth Market
    •The EU drafts a law to prevent refiners and smelters within the economic block from using conflict minerals
    •Apparently the Apple Watch alumina body alloy is “60 percent stronger than conventional aluminum, one-third the density of stainless steel” and “blasted with zirconia beads” to generate the texture on the wearable tech cum watch, and possibly future editions of the iPhone
    •An interesting article about the mathematics of card shuffling, in particular the ‘smooshing’ technique; tangentially related to my favorite tectosilicate mineral, feldspar
    •Gif of a neodymium magnet and a copper tube demonstrating Lenz’s Law: “If an induced current flows, its direction is always such that it will oppose the change which produced it.” I dunno what it means either, but moving pictures are cool.

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    News flash

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 3:53 PM

    This one rocks-
    Batteries Made With Bulletproof Kevlar Fibers May Never Explode

    Posted by Ian London
    | April 21, 2015

    When one hears the term ‘Kevlar’, one tends to immediately think bullet proof vests or car tires… but probably not ‘batteries.’

    First off… What is Kevlar? Kevlar is the registered trademark for a synthetic fiber developed at DuPont in 1965, in anticipation of a gasoline shortage and its search for a new lightweight, strong fiber to use for light but strong tires. Kevlar is technically known a poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide.

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    News flash

    by rchites Apr 27, 2015 3:53 PM

    .cbsnews.com/news/rare-earth-elements-china-monopoly-60-minutes-lesley-stahl/

    The program focuses on the security of supply issue created by China’s virtual monopoly on rare earths production. One of the key points raised is that the US defense technologies increasingly rely on rare earths, putting US national security at risk to supply shortages. The segment closed with a comment on the current financial challenges facing the only current US producer, Molycorp.

    However, the program did not make the distinction between the light and heavy rare earth elements and the fact that the heavy rare earth elements such as Dysprosium, Terbium, Europium, Lutetium and Yttrium are even more vulnerable to supply shortages, since neither Molycorp nor Australia’s Lynas Corp. are producing significant quantities of these heavy rare earths. This remains the market opportunity that Avalon Rare Metals intends to serve with its Nechalacho Heavy Rare Earths Project in the Northwest Territories of Canada.

    Other commentary on this subject provided by Avalon can be found in previous Industry Bulletins “Avalon comments on World Trade Organization ruling on China – rare earths dispute” (April 7, 2014) and “Avalon comments on China abolishing the rare earth export quota system and implementing a new export license process” (January 7, 2015).

  • April 2015- Avalon was encouraged to see the Government of Canada commit support to Canada’s up and coming rare earth industry. As noted in the budget, “Economic Action Plan 2015 proposes to allocate $23 million over five years, starting in 2015–16, from Natural Resources Canada to stimulate the technological innovation needed to separate and develop rare earth elements and chromite.”

    Budget 2015 went on to note, “The commercial production of rare earth elements […] represents a significant economic opportunity. Realizing this opportunity will requireadvances in science and technology.Rare earth elements have specific properties that make them critical inputs to thedefence, aerospace, automotive, energy and consumer electronics industries […] Rare earth elements are critical minerals that represent an opportunity for Canada to enter an emerging and globally strategic market.”

    Avalon’s Nechalacho Heavy Rare Earth Project in the Northwest Territories remains the most advanced large heavy rare earth deposits in the world outside of China and could become a significant and sustainable Canadian supplier of rare earths.

    Avalon’s President and CEO, Don Bubar, comments, “I am encouraged to see the Government of Canada realize both the importance of the rare earth industry and the opportunity it presents for Canada. I commend them for their commitment to the industry and believe this support can assist Canadian industry in becoming a global player in the marketplace.”

  • Reply to

    price of avl is the same as it was when it started

    by picktj11 Mar 2, 2015 11:06 AM

    STRUGGLING for a pathetic FIVE PENNIES gain = PENNY JUNK JOKE!

  • Great site for any investor seeking info on companies that are flying under the radar yet still showing signs of growth- their reports are very well written and are packed with insightful info.

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