Canadian Penny Stock company owns rights to the world’s biggest Rare Earth Elements Mine

By gimpie317, August 19, 2012

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Travis: What do you think of Brain King’s latest push for his ”Energy and Scarcity Investor” (at 50% off = a mere $1,495/year!) that includes a special report about a small Canadian Penny Stock that has the exclusive rights to the world’s largest Rare Earth Elements mine located in Krygyzstan next to the old Soviet nuclear weapons
plant. He says the small Canadian mine company picked it up for
%855,000 (from the Krygyzstan government) and that it is worth at least 14 billion dollars in reserves. The best part of this play is that
the very expensive infrastructure needed fior a REE mine is already
built and ready to open with old Soviet mine workers living nearby
ready to go to work.
Any chance of the Thinkalator going to work on the name of the Canadian penny stock company – will send all solicitation material
I have if you’ll pass me your fax number.
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$200 fee. Keep up the great work.

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5 Comments on " Canadian Penny Stock company owns rights to the world’s biggest Rare Earth Elements Mine"

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Tzvi Yisrael
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August 20, 2012 7:48 am

So what’s the name / symbol of the stock?

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
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August 20, 2012 10:25 am

The company has changed tickers, but this appears to be the same Stans Energy that Byron King was touting well over a year ago: http://stockgumshoe.com/reviews/energy-and-scarcity-investor/taste-of-the-friday-file-stalins-atomic-secret/

Ticker is now HRE in Canada, HREEF on the pinks — the stock is down about 75% from where it peaked in early 2011 on King’s first tease/recommendation.

Robert
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September 5, 2012 5:25 pm

Stans has challenges politically and getting to production. It’s a long play in the rare earth market, so investors should have patience on this one.

moses11
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August 22, 2012 10:28 pm

any graphene leads

frenchi55
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frenchi55
August 26, 2012 10:36 am

The one to look for in rare earth metal is Matamec Exploration of Montreal Can
MHREF
Toyota invested 10 mill in their mine in Northern Ontario the metal they get, is for future car alloy very promissing

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