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Meeting the Critical Metals Demand




This piece comes from Streetwise:

Is there a clear path to meeting growing global critical metals demand? An important first step, according to Laurentian Bank Securities’ Technology and Strategic Metals Analyst Jim Powell, would be to establish supply sources that aren’t concentrated in a single country—particularly one that isn’t inclined to share its resources with the rest of the world. In this exclusive interview with The Critical Metals Report, Jim points out some potential plays to look for while the landscape is changing.


Companies Mentioned: American Manganese Inc. – Avalon Rare Metals Inc. – Colt Resources – Great Western Minerals Group Ltd. – Hudson Resources Inc. – Lynas Corporation – Malaga Inc. – Molycorp Inc. – North American Tungsten Corporation Ltd. – Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. – Sumitomo Corp. – Tasman Metals Ltd.

Source: Sally Lowder of The Critical Metals Report (6/28/11)

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Kal Kotecha, MBA, is the editor and founder of the Junior Gold Report, a publication about small cap mining stocks that is read and enjoyed by thousands of investors. From 2003-2006, he was the editor and creator of the Moly/Gold Report, which focused on critical analyses and open journalism of companies profiting from the precious and base metals sector. He then subsequently changed his newsletter to Junior Gold Report. He is a featured writer on Stockhouse.com. Additionally, his reports and articles have been featured on sites such as Kitco.com. 321gold.com and Seeking Alpha. The scope of his current activities include worldwide onsite analyses and reporting of developing companies. Kal has previously held leadership positions with many junior mining companies. After completing his MBA in Finance in 2007, Kal received his PhD in Business Marketing in January 2016. He also lectures Economics at the University of Waterloo and Niagara College where he was voted Professor of the Year 2013/2014.