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Rare Earth Metals Stocks - Rare Earth Metal Stocks to Buy

What are rare earth metals?  What are the Top Rare earth metal stocks?

Rare earth metals are exactly what they say, rare metals from our earth.  Several rare earth metal stocks have been taking the stock market by storm.

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Rare Earth Metal stocks were red hot in 2010/2011 but haved cooled down by 2014.

So, what exactly are rare earth metals?  Rare earth metals are a set of 17 chemical elements  on the periodic table.  These rare metals are only found in select locations around the world with China holding a vast majority of these metals.  A lot of these metals are used for lasers, nuclear batteries, camera lenses, magnets, ceramic for self cleaning ovens, computer memories, hybrid car engines, wind turbines, and fluorescent lamps.  It is said that China owns over 95% of the supply. 

Many old computers and laptops are being recycled because they contain rare earth metals.  The problem is that the USA and other countries have relied on their own supply of rare earth metals but are now needing them from China which owns a vast supply.  Several years ago, China was limiting exports on these rare metals to several countries.  This is what is caused rare earth metal prices to surge.

During the second half of 2011, rare earth prices started crashing back down to earth with the European Debt crisis putting a road block in global growth.  As we began 2012, rare earth prices stabilized but most of the rare earth stocks have crashed.  The rare earth mineral sector was a clear bubble.  One of my top rare earth stock picks, Molycorp (MCP), is trading at $5 as we enter 2014.  This stock hit $80 at the peak in 2011.

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Molycorp, Inc. (MCP) - Molycorp has one of the largest and richest reserves in Mountain Pass, California.  Below is a letter from the CEO of Molycorp.

http://www.molycorp.com/

Currently, Rare Earth Dependent Technologies are nearly 100% reliant on Chinese-sourced materials. While in recent years China has managed to supply the entire world’s demand for Rare Earths, a dramatic shift is beginning to take place. As global requirements for Rare Earths continue to grow considerably (fueled primarily by the development and deployment of green energy technologies like hybrid vehicles, energy efficient lighting and wind power), China’s own domestic use of its resources is also soaring—with internal consumption presently at about 60% of production and rising rapidly.

The best plan for ensuring the future security of America’s Rare Earth Dependent Technologies is developing a strong domestic Rare Earth industry based on the responsible use of our own strategic reserves.

Fortunately, the U.S. has one of the world’s largest and richest Rare Earth deposits at Molycorp Minerals’ facility in Mountain Pass, California. At Mountain Pass we are producing certain Green Elements and plans are in place to bring the facility back into full production following an extensive modernization and expansion project. With appropriate federal assistance for research, development and capital costs, Molycorp Minerals is prepared to move forward to reestablish domestic manufacturing capacity on an expedited basis.

Molycorp (MCP) delayed the production of the mine in 2013 which caused their stock to drop to $5.  It's not all Molycorp's fault.  The drop in metal prices all around the world has effected rare earth metal prices.  When we start seeing gold and silver rebound, investors will be looking hard at Rare Earth Elements again.  This could happen in 2014 or 2015.

Rare Element Resources Ltd (REE) - Rare Element Resources is a small rare earth metals company that has been testing part of Canada, specifically Manitoba, where they have expanded their Eden Lake property.  Like MCP, wait until we see a rebound in metal prices to look at these stocks.


Other Rare Earth Metals Stocks

Avalon Rare Metals (AVL)
Quest Rare Minerals (QRM)

Top Rare Earth Metal Penny Stocks 2014

American Rare Earths and Materials Corp (AREM)
RARE EARTH METALS (RAREF)
Great Western Minerals (GWMGF)
Lynas Corp (LYSCF)



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