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    Apologies if this has already been posted but I have not seen it. KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo, March 08,...

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    $AEE.AX SS, I have just reviewed the 2 AEE projects, based on the 'downloads'. The Mautitania projects a breakeven @$...

  • arch1

    HN I certainly agree that EV's are coming as the momentum has built in that direction and will persist for some unknown ...

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    "Molecular Beam Epitaxy of Highly Crystalline Monolayer Molybdenum Disulfide on Hexagonal Boron Nitride"...say what??? :...

  • SoGiAm

    Molecular Beam Epitaxy of Highly Crystalline Monolayer Molybdenum Disulfide on Hexagonal Boron Nitride http://pubs.acs....

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    not so sure about this one, prefer to look at molybdenum and Niobium, plenty of scope in China miners http://eqibeat.com...

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    EFPL thinks it might be osmotic power using a three atom thick Molybdenum disulfide membrane. They claim 1 megawatt per ...

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    Another hard asset purchase by The Heavenly Kingdom Chinese tapping their USD piggybank for a couple billion to buy a...

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    USEG dumped the Mt. Emmons molybdenum deposit over a year ago because it could not get permits to mine it after spending...

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    Hi: I am a geologist and track niobium (Nb), molybdenum (Mo), tungsten (Nb), and to some extent vanadium (V( mine prod...

  • karmaswimswami

    In the eighties it was aluminum. Yep, Alzheimer's was from all that Diet Coke drunk from cans. A few years later, copper...

  • karmaswimswami

    To French and others: I would never invest in Prana. The idea of metal build-up in the brain as a cause of Alzheimer's, ...

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    Yep, though it looks like the ETF might be just as crazy as the stocks -- they are including some other \"strategic\" me...

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    for mongolian molybdenum look at xing. They purchased a mine last year and are in production. Shedding old phone busin...

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    The gold and molybdenum prospects are anybody's guess, but despite that your analysis, Travis, is adept as usual, the ot...

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    I bought Northern Dynasty Minerals (NAK)at 8.38 on 12/29/09. It is now 9.39. The Pebble Project is 50% owned by NAK, 50...

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    I actually figured this one out myself before Gumshoe published! :) It is absolutely Thompson Creek and molybdenum, no...

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    You may be right about molybdenum and Thompson Creek but another metal that could at least fit the picture would be tung...

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    Another interesting play on Molybdenum and copper is Amerigo Resources (TSE:ARG) but once again more levered to copper, ...

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    There's this mine in Climax, Colorado. It's the world's largest deposit of molybdenum (Mo). But it's closed, because i...

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    I placed the entire stock listings of NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ on the wall, stood back 15 feet and threw a dart. GMO appara...

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    The "mysterious" alloy is molybdenum, also known affectionately as moly, which is used in oil and gas pipelines to resis...

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    Rather than invest in this particular (and many other) foreign small cap companies, I would suggest looking at General M...

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