Topic Archives: rare earth elements

This pretty well sums up the pitch from Dave Forest in recent ads for Casey’s International Speculator ($1,995/yr, no refunds): “I believe these three rare earth stocks are a “lock” to go up 60x over the next few months… turning $500 into $30,000… and $5,000 into $300,000. “Demand is soaring… “Supply is shrinking… “President Trump […]

This article was originally published on January 29, 2019, when we first saw these ads from Cabot. The ad is still running, with little to no changes or updates, and the article below has not been updated. When everyone’s worried about a trade war, look for the stocks that benefit from superpower rivalries… that’s a […]

Today we’ve got another “profit from the trade war pitch,” with Casey Research peddling a special report called “De-Fang the Red Dragon and Make 11X Your Money” as they troll for subscribers to Nick Giambruno’s Crisis Investing ($1,795 at the moment, no refunds… though you can transfer the sub to something else from Bonner, Palm […]

I hope you can forgive your friendly neighborhood Gumshoe for being a bit addle-brained, but I can’t seem to keep track in my head of the vast numbers of natural resources and commodities-focused newsletters that have sprung up (or been renamed) over the last year or two. I think this one is new, it’s called […]

Friday File articles, like “Idea of the Month” writeups, are generally password-protected for our paying members — this commentary was made available to all readers on October 7, 2011 but the content not been edited or revised since the original publication date. The author continues to not have any personal interest in the stocks mentioned […]

Just from that headline, experienced investors and teaser-readers might well know that we’re looking today at rare earth minerals — you might also call them rare earths, rare earth magnets, rare earth elements or lanthanides (they’re usually pulled out of the period table and grouped separately on the bottom if you want the actual names […]

We’ve looked at rare earth elements before (also called rare earth metals or minerals, and some of them are rare earth magnets), they’re a dozen different rare elements from the periodic table that have specific uses in lots of high tech gear, from batteries to missile guidance systems. China is widely credited with strategically undercutting […]

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    Interesting article on topic. https://foreignpolicy.com/2018/10/02/pentagon-accuses-china-of-dumping-products-to-unde...

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    This is amazing. I'm being deluged by Curzio spam at least twice a day. He's asking people to "act" by November 1. He...

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    according to wikipedia, the most promising new sources of rare-earth elements will be deep sea floor mud, esp near "smok...

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