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  • blyguy10 blyguy10 Oct 12, 2011 9:01 AM Flag

    Why UCORE is easily the best "Junior" REE miner!!!

    A report from AFP over the weekend reveals that Malaysian protesters rallied against plans to open a rare earth processing plant in an eastern resort town saying they fear it will harm the environment. Thousands attended the sunrise gathering at a seaside park in Kuantan to oppose plans by Australian miner Lynas Corp to open the plant near the town in eastern Pahang state, said activist Tan Bun Teet. The Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) was scheduled to start processing rare earths imported from Australia in the third quarter of this year. However in June, Malaysia said Lynas must comply with safety recommendations made by an international atomic energy panel before it can operate its rare earth plant. Lynas has pledged to meet all recommendations.

    Lynas can pledge all they want, but China isn't messing around in tightening exports dramatically, and at the end of the day UCORE is on our turf (US), has the infrastructure in place, is loacated in an area primed for mining with no wildlife restrictions or indigenous population top worry about, extremely close to a up and running seaport, is loaded with the HREE's (the ones that are in short supply and high demand), and they have the Alaskan governemnt pushing hard to get this company fast tracked to pulling these minerals out of the ground. ohh yea almost forgot, the phase 1 metallurgical results were absolutely phenomenal. im guessing that multiple companies are sitting with itchy trigger fingers just waiting for the phase 2 results to be even half way decent so they can scoop up UCoRE and the gold mine they are sitting on. who knows what can happen then, a bidding war is certainly possible.

    If this isnt by far the most undervalued stock in the entire marketplace, please tell me what your lookin at. Good Luck everyone

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