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THE REE STOCKS:

- Matamec Explorations Inc. - OTC:MTCEF/ TSX:MAT - http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=40109338

- Sarissa Resources -Pink Sheets SRSR -  http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=8822

- Great Western Minerals Group Ltd - http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=2997 - http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=15770

HUDSON RESOURCES INC - HUD:TSX-V

- Ucore Uranium Inc- UCU:TSX-V

KINGS BAY GOLD CORPORATION - KBG:TSX-V

MAINSTREAM MINERALS CORP - MJO:TSX-V

MOLY MINES LTD - MOL:TSX

AVALON RARE METALS INC - AVL:TSX

QUEST URANIUM CORP - QUC:TSX-V

- Rare Element Resources - RES.V

Rare earth elements became known to the world with the discovery of the black mineral ytterbite (also known as gadolinite) by Lieutenant Carl Axel Arrhenius in the year 1787, in a quarry in the village of Ytterby, Sweden.[2] Many of the rare earths are named for the scientists who discovered or elucidated the elemental properties, or for their geographical discovery, or for Latin or Greek references, or for mythical references:

The following abbreviations are often used:

  • RE = rare earth
  • REM = rare earth metals
  • REE = rare earth elements
  • REO = rare earth oxides
  • LREE = light rare earth elements (La-Sm)
  • HREE = heavy rare earth elements (Eu-Lu)

Until 1948, most of the world's rare earths were sourced from placer sand deposits in India and Brazil.[6] Through the 1950s, South Africa took the status as the world's rare earth source, after large rare earth bearing veins were discovered in Monazite.[6] Today, those Indian and South African deposits still produce some rare earth concentrates, but they are dwarfed by the scale of Chinese production. China now produces over 95% of the world's rare earth supply.[5]

The use of rare earth elements in modern technology has increased dramatically over the past years. For example, dysprosium has gained significant importance for its use in the construction of hybrid car motors.[7] Unfortunately, this new demand has strained supply, and there is growing concern that the world may soon face a shortage of the materials.[8] All of the world's heavy rare earths (such as dysprosium) are sourced from Chinese rare earth sources such as the polymetallic Bayan Obo deposit.[9] Illegal rare earth mines are common in rural China and are often known to release toxic wastes into the general water supply. [10]

The rare-earth elements are defined as a group of chemical elements composed of scandium, yttrium, and the lanthanides. The lanthanides are a group of 15 chemically similar elements with atomic numbers 57 through 71, inclusive. Although not a lanthanide, yttrium, atomic number 39, is included in the rare earths because it often occurs with them in nature, having similar chemical properties. Scandium, atomic number 21, is also included in the group, although it typically occurs in rare- earths ores only in minor amounts because of its smaller atomic and ionic size.

Rare-earths production is derived from the rare-earths ores bastnasite, monazite, xenontime, and ion-adsorption clay. Bastnasite is the world's principal source of rare earths and is produced in China and the United States. Significant quantities of rare earths are also recovered from the mineral monazite. Xenotime and ion-adsorption clays account for a much smaller part of the total production but are important sources of yttrium and other heavy-group rare earths.  MORE: http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=40030198



Lanthanum
Cerium
Praseodymium
Neodymium
Samarium
Europium
Gadolinium
Terbium
Dysprosium
Holmium
Erbium
Thulium
Ytterbium
Lutetium
Scandium
Yttrium


http://www.baotou-rareearth.com/index.html
http://www.australianrareearths.com/


CERIUM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYNA3OZhiJ8

Cerium/ Lanthanum
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPpqet4Xzm8

LANTHANUM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q21clW0s0B8

NEODYMIUM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EqLreywjTY

YTTRIUM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbYF5V-_Y5k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7jVtQv4m0U

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THE REE STOCKS:

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#164   SHZ - bottom play? Pwinks427 10/01/12 12:11:09 PM
#163   LBSR found REE's at Hay Mountain.... :-) Belgianshareholder 05/15/12 04:21:41 PM
#162   Free report rare on earth metals: http://www.investingdaily.com/glp/36411/ree_stock_investing_rare_e jkerby 01/23/12 01:38:17 PM
#161   MAT.v moving on Toyota news eom7 12/13/11 11:52:43 AM
#160   Time to reload? Here’s Why Rare Earth eom7 06/20/11 12:53:30 PM
#159   SNEY has already started its upwards momentum again. chris8sirhc 06/18/11 10:34:57 PM
#158   SNEY going to POP! Gold E Locks 06/16/11 02:41:16 PM
#157   Rare earth shortages and the glass industry, wzebra33 06/13/11 08:57:24 AM
#156   Because buying PUC.V can be a very rewarding EnergyGuy62 06/07/11 07:37:24 PM
#155   SRSR really moving...they have significant quantities of REE's.... Max Power 06/07/11 02:43:56 PM
#154   (OT) A interesting video of some rare wzebra33 06/07/11 02:41:20 PM
#151   And why would I want to hold that Hockmir 06/05/11 03:33:24 AM
#150   Hello everybody. I'm a new member of this EnergyGuy62 06/05/11 12:03:48 AM
#149   Good Morning All, MMTE just announced another land DeDe3 06/03/11 10:05:07 AM
#148   Mammoth Energy Group Inc MMTE up 450% ytd.. DeDe3 06/02/11 03:14:11 PM
#147   RES:TSX.V Rare Element Resources has one of the JimLahey 05/25/11 04:08:17 PM
#146   China could become net rare earth importer by eom7 03/10/11 09:08:08 AM
#145   Brand new LoFlote Rare Earth play: CJC:CA/CJCFF.ob $1.25 xxxxtrader 03/08/11 01:32:50 PM
#144   American maganese sure has a nice deposit at wzebra33 02/21/11 05:28:25 PM
#143   Thanks for the ETF,I feel safer with a wzebra33 02/17/11 09:28:37 AM
#142   REMX: http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=REMX&reco=1 eom7 02/17/11 09:22:11 AM
#141   Has anyone found a ETF that tracks only wzebra33 02/17/11 09:05:22 AM
#140   GEM/ PMNHF .54 - HREE... if you think eom7 02/17/11 09:00:27 AM
#139   China Rare Earth Stocks Advance on Development Plan eom7 02/17/11 08:55:35 AM
#138   4 Rare Earth Elements That Will Only Get eom7 02/16/11 09:11:32 AM
#137   QSURD - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. looks ready 12thman 02/11/11 10:38:54 AM
#136   Sumitomo, Mitsui Hold Rare-Earth Talks With Russia as eom7 02/11/11 09:10:07 AM
#135   FYI -see date: Stans Energy Corp. Announces Initiation eom7 02/09/11 10:17:54 AM
#134   GEM.v/PMNH .55 - still lots of room to eom7 02/07/11 11:32:53 AM
#133   How is this board so dead! There eom7 02/07/11 11:32:09 AM
#131   CLGL .10 - Good piece on REE's, also eom7 01/05/11 08:51:26 AM
#130   Don't forget CDNMF (CIN.V) antman 12/29/10 01:52:47 PM
#129   Q1 2011 should be interesting... here is what eom7 12/29/10 12:42:59 PM
#128   Go REEs!! Max Power 12/29/10 12:31:47 PM
#127   REEs on fire and this board is dead? eom7 12/29/10 11:15:59 AM
#126   CLGL .08 x .14 - New REE + eom7 12/28/10 12:47:41 PM
#125   Thanks- CIN.V Supposed to be releasing results in antman 12/01/10 11:00:20 AM
#124   Australian rare earth miners look to Europe eom7 12/01/10 09:07:57 AM
#123   Big REE discussion this week here... TraderRich 11/13/10 07:57:44 PM
#122   KSM.V MOLYBDENUM!!!! gapper tomorrow....huge news hinchback 11/02/10 03:55:09 PM
#121   RUU- I think investing in RUU is a antman 11/02/10 04:44:45 AM
#120   U.S. Defense Department Sees No Rare-Earths Crisis; May Hockmir 10/31/10 08:14:18 AM
#119   Molycorp Says Surge in Rare-Earth Prices Is `Sustainable' eom7 10/28/10 11:33:38 AM
#118   http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=19127 TraderRich 10/28/10 11:30:53 AM
#117   new one. Market Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals :REMX mgland 10/28/10 11:27:39 AM
#116   ree buyouts on the horizon. ree miners ttmvegas 10/20/10 04:16:25 PM
#115   AREM is today's huge % winner in the steeledge 10/20/10 03:38:45 PM
#114   take a look my friend...my new pick SRD.V hinchback 10/20/10 03:30:17 PM
#113   Bought 3 REE's on open: GEM.v/PMNHF, MAT.v/MTCEF, and eom7 10/20/10 10:42:44 AM
#112   Funny this board is so dead... may mean eom7 10/20/10 08:40:47 AM
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