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7 minutes ago, Guest rare earth said:

can't see it to trade but found REMX which is American etf and news stories on it https://www.etftrends.com/tactical-allocation-channel/remx-etf-betting-big-rare-earth-strategic-metals/

Lynas Corp LTD mentioned in the article are an Australian company and are on the spread betting platform at least;




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HumanProgress.org @HumanProgress

"The Chinese government is threatening to cease exports of "rare earths" to the United States. Should Americans be worried? Far from it. The last Chinese "rare earths" embargo was a total dud. Read about the increasing abundance of "rare earths" here:"


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