60s too. Google images Jack Webb smoking. Google images rare earths China.
Exactly my friend.
LOL, kind of like the negative posts here. "reality free zone" most of the time thanks to the hedge fund guys. Next time yahoo asks me for a survey, I'll agree and spill the beans. I have already reported those creeps to the SEC, only because it's a borderline national security threat.
They'll be trying to scare the remaining retail investors out of their shares then.
I'll be watching investorshub, too many shills here (and I don't have time for them)
which were made possible by the fast, loose and extremely suicidal policies there:
Chinese air pollution has been in the headlines for some time now. Earlier this year Beijing announced a massive program that would need 1.7 trillion yuan in investment over the next five years to tackle its smog problem.
While headlines about cancer villages and the other side effects of China's pollution debacle continue, and Beijing does seem to be taking the issue seriously, Chinese state media is searching hard for a silver lining.
Citing a report from a nationalist newspaper, South China Morning Post points to an article that tries desperately to put a positive spin on China's air pollution. The article argues that the smog strengthens Chinese military defense. From SCMP:
“Smog may affect people’s health and daily lives … but on the battlefield, it can serve as a defensive advantage in military operations,” said an article on the website of Global Times, a nationalist newspaper affiliated to the Communist Party’s mouthpiece the People’s Daily.
"Missile guidance that relies on human sight, infrared rays and lasers could be affected by smog in varying degrees, the article said. It explained that tiny particles in the air contributing to air pollution could hinder missile guidance systems.
Vision, Values & Goals
To be the world class Rare Earth products and technology company recognized for its' ETHICS.
ETHICS - Excellence, Trust, Honesty, Integrity, Citizenship & Safety
Develop game-changing Rare Earth technology and products vital to Green Energy, High Tech, and Defense Applications for this and future generations.
Be commercially sustainable, globally competitive, and environmentally superior.
Act as a responsible steward of our Rare Earth Resources.
Use our technology to improve the daily lives of people everywhere.
awesome, thank you! The whole globally integrated chain will make sense over the course of the next year... be strong! Never ever listen to a shill, short or long. That may require some home work... sorry.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
That's just wonderful, thank you so much! So CK only had a few days to speak freely and so we true longs were blessed with that interview from Switzerland. WOW.
Don't waste your time on MF or their alias "financial daily" or Seeking Alpha. All #$%$. Like the so-called shorts here. All out for the little mom and pop or 20 something retail investor.
Yada yada yada. Two thumbs up on that wow! The shills are working some other stock now..... please be patient... THE LAWYERS are waiting for any chance for another opportunity to attack. The SEC found no wrongdoing in the past, the prices in the early 2010-2011 were grossly inflated by a very corrupt "system" in Enough said... the future is ours.
Dude, the CK interview is out there (in German, from Switzerland) for anyone wise enough to find it. For the rest, know the true meaning of long includes an attitude conducive to longevity - wise stock picks over the long term, long life, and hopefully both, with a little luck thrown in!
Period. Do you have the balls to ignore the hedge fund-paid idiots here?
Triple digits by 2015. You heard it hear first. All compasses point north for MCP. The rare earth crackdowns and environmental devastation at rare earths facilities in China, the inventory drawdown, the MCP facilities finally up and running, the SorbX about to hit the markets, do I need to go on?
Do you have the balls to go long for a whole year?
YES All of the so-called Chinese tech come from Mountain Pass~~~~
Sentiment: Strong Buy
(Reuters) - U.S. regulators are set on Tuesday to approve a rule to rein in risky trading by banks, a crucial part of their efforts to reform Wall Street and prevent another costly taxpayer bailout.
The Volcker rule, named after former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who championed the reform, prohibits banks from betting on financial markets with their own money, a practice known as proprietary trading.
The rule, which has now mushroomed into 800 pages, will also bar them from owning more than 3 percent of hedge funds or private equity funds.
Yes, I would not recommend IRA for everyone, but IRA is long term, and so is this stock. Give it 5-10 years. Like cookie says, those manganese modules will one day be a great source, but they'll still need some refining. This is the best best in the world for a genuine long.
As for genuine shorts - they don't exist any more, except to cover, all at once, someday very soon, if and when they can without losing all they gained.
molycorp mountain pass
Sentiment: Strong Buy
From MIT's Mission 2016 website. Gist of it is that over the next 5 years, demand growth will outstrip supply growth. Enjoy. A public service message from the shadow.
Although supply is projected to remain even with demand for the next 5-7 years, net demand is projected to outstrip net supply in the longer run. As more countries become developed, their demands for technologies using REEs will increase, resulting in larger total demands for REEs. Thus, the growth rate of supply will need to increase past the average 5.4% growth rate in total REE supply (Alonso et al., 2012). Despite the fact that historic growth rates have been as high as 34%, there are significant limitations to growth in the REE supply (Alonso et al., 2012). Thus, high levels of sustained growth in supply are likely not possible.
The U.S.G.S. estimates that total world REE reserves are 110,000,000 tonnes; however, a large percentage of these reserves are located in deep-sea manganese nodules. In addition, many of the REE reserves are either in small or low-concentration deposits. These factors make a large percentage of world REE reserves simply too expensive to mine with current methods. Thus, the number of readily mineable REE deposits is quite small. This is the main limiting factor in ramping up REE supply (Alonso et al., 2012).
Besides physical limitations, there are also many economic, environmental, and political limitations to increasing supply. Opening a mine requires high capital input (Innovation Metals Corp, 2012) due to the necessity of opening both new mining and refining facilities (Humphries, 2012). Environmental concerns always been an issue with mining, and REEs are no exception. The ores containing REEs often contain less savory components such as radioactive thorium and uranium. These components need to be safely isolated and stored. The mining process also produces tailings that cannot be released into the environment, lest they poison water supplies. Stringent environmental regulations therefore considerably complicate the opening of new mines because the environment dangers of the mines need to be appropriately dealt with.