REE Stock Investing Made Easy:
How to Invest in Rare Earth Stocks the Smart Way and the Top REE Stock to Own Now
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- What are rare earth stocks?
- Why are they so important?
- Why we are facing a global supply shortage?
- Why only two companies are ready to produce rare earth elements and which is the ultimate REE stock to own now?
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REE Stock Report Part 1: Introduction to the Rare Earth Elements Boom
Most investors and consumers have still never heard of metals like neodymium and terbium, but without rare earth elements (REEs) there could be no iPods, hybrid electric vehicles or color televisions; in many cases there are no known substitutes.
In part 1, we describe the 17 elements, collectively known as REEs, and reveal what exactly is so “rare” about rare earths. You’ll also get to know the difference between light rare earths and heavy rare earths, and learn to recognize which rare earth elements are essential for a profitable mining operation—a must know for REE investors.
REE Stock Report Part 2: Rare Earth Elements Uses and Demand
The market for REEs is tiny compared to big industrial commodities like copper, coal or iron. But while REEs are obscure, they’re absolutely crucial raw materials for a long list of high-tech products and industry groups. In fact, in many cases there is either no known substitute for REEs or available substitutes are vastly inferior. Consumption of REEs globally is soaring thanks to their importance in products as diverse as compact fluorescent lights, hybrid cars and permanent magnets used in advanced motors and speakers.
In part 2 of the report, you’ll discover the diverse end uses of rare earth elements and why demand for REEs is rising rapidly. You will be surprised by how pervasive the use of REEs has become in some of the most essential global industries.
REE Stock Report Part 3: The Supply Problem
Currently, China controls almost the entire global supply chain for REEs, and it’s likely to remain the dominant supplier for years to come. There are three basic steps in the process of producing usable rare earth oxides: mining, milling to produce a concentrated form of REEs and processing to separate the individual REEs and make REOs. Processing is a complex undertaking because the chemical similarity of the various REEs makes it difficult to isolate and separate individual elements.
In part 3 you’ll find out how China has come to be the sole supplier of REEs in the world and why it’s so difficult for new REE mines to come online. You will discover how China is leveraging its REE resource to ensure that REE prices remain elevated and continue to increase. You will also uncover what few know— that only a small number of companies are capable of producing REEs in the near term.
REE Stock Report Part 4: The Top REE Stock Play
Finally, in part 4 we tell you the best plays in the REE Market. We’ll give you the names of the top REE companies outside of China; the few that are able to take advantage of the prevailing market conditions for REEs.
Sign up and you’ll discover why our favorite REE stock has an incredible cost advantage over its competition and why it is so hard for other companies to compete for market share. What’s even better is that our favorite REE stock is positioned to ramp up its production. And, in a market characterized by constant shortages, this means big profits for shareholders that get in early.
This gem among rare earth stocks plans to participate at all levels of the REE supply chain; mining, milling and processing ore and is also planning to expand into downstream products such as the manufacture of metal alloys and magnets. This is a significant competency as most of the world’s processing capacity is also controlled by China and processing and separating REEs is a complex process.
Because there is no real substitute for the commercial applications of rare earth elements, demand for these metals is expected to grow impressively in the next decade. What compounds the investment case for select rare earth stocks and our top REE stock, in particular, is the fact that supply of rare earth metals will remain restricted due to their rare occurrences, high production costs and importance to national security.
Sign up for our free report to learn the ins and outs of investing in rare earth stocks and to uncover the one REE stock with an unrivaled opportunity to profit from the REE boom.
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