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The Perfect Market Storm: Critical Materials, Cleantech and COVID-19

There seems to be a misguided notion (with some) that isolation means we have more time to waste. Far from reality, I am certain that many of you, like me are looking at your inbox wondering where or how to wade into the depth of quality deals and opportunities upon us…

Would like to kick your morning coffee off with a special nod to our longstanding friends from Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (TSX: AVL | OTCQB: AVLNF) whose $AVL soared 50% yesterday. We have been supporters of #Avalon since Don Bubar first did an interview with me in 2009 (with Jack Lifton) and introduced me to rare earths. And indeed, there is news flow in the rare earths a-n-d throughout the critical materials sector that is literally ricocheting from source-to-source online…

How to follow?

Jack Lifton, Clint Adam Smyth and I just launched the site to manage the influx of critical materials’ news (and experts) we are communicating with regularly. Jack’s interview with Dr. David Dreisinger on Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY) last week was purely outstanding (in my opinion) as he describes David as “the leading authority on solvent extraction process”. This is a hot topic that we touch on in our weekly update that we just started…click here to access a preview

And associated technologies relating to cleantech? We saw Exro Technologies Inc. (CSE: XRO | OTCQB: EXROF) stock move up 30% yesterday! Interviewing CEO Sue Ozdemir on how Exro makes “electric motors faster, stronger and greener” for InvestorIntel on Wednesday: we will get this up live as fast as we can!

Uranium continues to maintain a much-deserved interest, let me point you in the right direction for a quick update – Matt Bohlsen’s piece from last week titled, The DoE’s plan to rebuild the uranium sector and ‘pull America’s nuclear industrial base back from the brink of collapse’… reinforces the sustainability themes we are touting on the Technology Metals Show. Arranging interviews as we speak with Mark Chalmers of Energy Fuels Inc. (NYSE: UUUU | TSX: EFR) and Jeff Klenda of Ur-Energy Inc. (NYSE: URG | TSX: URE) as they “stand to be the major beneficiaries, especially given they started the whole S232 petition back in January 2018” you should see those live on InvestorIntel next week.

And yes, we are following the biotech and life sciences market. If you subscribe to our AI driven market updates on – you can catch the 20 companies, we are following in the race for vaccinations…click here

Speaking of AI technology, we would like to ensure that you are aware of the news that was put out by Predictmedix Inc. (CSE: PMED | OTCQB: PMEDF) yesterday titled — Predictmedix Files Patent for Mass Screening for Infectious Diseases Such As #COVID19

1 YR stock Chart for Predictmedix Inc. (CSE: PMED) – Source: TD Waterhouse

And speaking on the war against the COVID-19, StageZero Life Sciences Ltd. (TSX: SZLS) put out the following news on April 20th StageZero Life Sciences Initiates Testing for COVID-19 In the USA

Remember, click here to subscribe to the InvestorChannel for daily market updates on the Canadian, US and Hong Kong markets – and to follow InvestorIntel’s stock watchlist for Gold, Uranium, Rare Earths and of course, COVID-19…

Father of “Technology Metals” Jack Lifton joins InvestorIntel Founder Tracy Weslosky to Launch the Technology Metals Show

CEOs, Scientists and Thought Leaders Discuss the Global Hunt for Critical Materials on an Exclusive Members Only Site

Toronto/Detroit, April 20 13, 2020 — Did you know that the U.S. Department of Defense is committing millions of dollars to bring rare earth manufacturing back to the United States, which makes this the most aggressive U.S. government intervention into the rare earths market in history?

And its not just rare earths, the uranium market has surged over 30% in just the last month — the race for critical materials is on. A global hunt is heating up to source a qualified hit list of 35 critical materials recognized by the U.S. Government that fuels international markets and global politics is the driver for the new Technology Metals Show.

Watch industry leaders in conversation with world-renowned rare earths expert Jack Lifton who coined the term “technology metals” go head-to-head through debate and discussion…or, catch a hard-hitting interview with critical materials’ consultant and investment banker Tracy Weslosky with questions no one else is asking! The site is your one-stop site for behind the scenes discussions, interviews and debates with industry leaders, investors, scientists and government officials.

In 2008 Jack Lifton and Tracy Weslosky went head to head on the issues relating to sustainability, rare earths and critical materials on CNBC’s Squawk box — only to discover, they were on the same side. Click here to find out Why Subscribe? or Subscribe Here

Aware of the increasing prioritization to secure the supply of 35 recognized critical materials by the U.S. Government, COVID-19 (the coronavirus) has kicked the sourcing mandate into overdrive. What was as one investor described as a “five minutes to midnight” scenario for savvy investors, has evolved into a reprioritization from the industry to the development and buildout of a critical materials supply chain, the clock is ticking…

The Technology Metals Show addresses 3-priorities that must now be set in the race for critical materials:

  1. The identification and prioritization of the individual critical materials necessary for our economic health;
  2. What steps are required to establish supply chains of enough of these critical materials to achieve a secure, readily accessible supply of critical materials for the consumer products’ industry as well as the defense industry; and,
  3. How we secure the skilled and experienced professionals (managers, engineers, and scientists) to implement and maintain total domestic supply chains for critical materials and the products they enable.

Led by Detroit-based critical materials expert and U.S. Government consultant Jack Lifton in regular conversations with critical materials’ leaders, along with investment banker Tracy Weslosky who follows our capital market drivers — the Technology Metals Show is committed to providing regular updates for industry and investors as we track these 35 qualified critical materials and the supply chains we need to achieve sustainability.

Click here to subscribe to the Technology Metals Show and get exclusive access to member only content through this exclusive site! Or Log-In Here for the latest conversations, debates, updates and interviews with the leaders, thought leaders and investors focused on issues relating to sustainability in the critical materials sector.


For more information on the Technology Metals Show email us at [email protected] or reach us direct at +1 (416) 546-9233

COVID-19 Countdown: Out of our hands – for now.

As of 8 PM EST there were 975,835 COVID-19 cases record, 49,479 deaths: flash to Canada, we have 11,131 cases, 161 deaths as rare earths expert Alastair Neill apprises me. A statistician, hard data geek by every angle – Alastair is sending me a daily excel worksheet of cases and deaths (source), with some unique graphs on what countries are performing better than others.

His point? The USA is moving too quickly, we all know it. 240,511 cases, 5,810 deaths – while the data is questionable from all sources, the data we are all being fed shows that the American cases are moving disproportionately to the rest of the world. The USA now has 23.8% of the global COVID-19 cases and 11% of the deaths, they are only 4.3% of the world’s population.

With conflicting data sources everywhere, I challenge any assumptions beyond the generalization we can all agree on that indeed we are experiencing a pandemic. Not enough tests, some experts claim that we should only be counting the infected not the asymptomatic cases. It doesn’t matter, it’s out of my hands — for now.

Arguably life is quite simple with this existing crisis presently in that it commands our attention. Working in the public markets we have extended all our advertisement contracts with our members by 60-days; we are going to wait it out with June 1st our target date to — deal with it then…

So, here are your charts c/o Alastair Neil – we will publish them weekly until we eventually see, like any stock story, a flattening, and then a downward curve. Have a good weekend, stay safe and be healthy!

InvestorIntel’s Gold Watchlist Update for Tuesday, March 31, 2020, 18:57 EST

Have you seen our new daily gold watchlist? Click here to subscribe to InvestorIntel’s Gold Watchlist Update video includes the Top 5 Performers of the Day, the Top 5 Performers for the Week and a review of 20 gold companies InvestorIntel is following in the market.