PDAC 2020: The Canary in the Resource Market?

InvestorIntel Powers Up with Moovly Media Technology for #PDAC2020 Market News and Interview Coverage.

PDAC may best be described as our canary in the market. Simply put, PDAC is the best event of the year for anyone who wants to truly understand what is happening in the resource sector. The evidence is everywhere. Just take a quick review of Forbes’ wealthiest billionaires, and while Hollywood stars have sizzle and fame, the evidence is that if you want to go where the real money is – then you must be in the resource game.

The resource sector affects every sector in our market. And having grown up moving from community to community as the offspring of a mining family, this training allowed me to not only see the world from this perspective but appreciate the role it plays.

Mining builds our communities and creates the rationale behind our logistics, and at the end of the day…. those little smartphones we are all addicted to – and the technology that drives them and connects them, cannot operate without our resources.

So, whether it’s the coronavirus, which has just literally begun to impact our critical materials’ supply chain — or the significant palladium bull market, we at InvestorIntel will be at “the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention” with our InvestorIntel t-shirts on! Hosted by the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada from March 1-4th at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Canada, we will be on Stage 1, Level 700 from 10 AM – 5 PM Sunday, Monday and Tuesday; and from 9 AM – noon on Wednesday.

But this year we have a surprise for you…

If you can’t make it to the show, subscribe to our YouTube channel or connect to us via LinkedIn and Twitter as we are aiming to break records for best show coverage to date!

How do we plan on doing this? Welcome our media technology partners Moovly Media Inc. (TSXV: MVY | OTCQB: MVVYF), whose CEO Brendon Grunewald will be flying all the way from Belgium to do their famous “moovlies”!

A publicly listed company, our Sr Editor Matt Bohlsen sent us a quick overview on Moovly for your review. He writes:

Moovly is already used by >300 of the Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, freelancers and top schools and universities. In recent times Moovly Media has become popular in the business and education sectors, with their new offerings “Business” and “Edu Max” subscriptions. New clients included Amadeus IT Group (15,000 employees), and clients in the education system including a global reseller partnership distribution agreement with Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL).

In fact, 3 million plus digital media users are already benefiting from Moovly technology. The Company has already become revenue positive and expects to become cashflow positive in 2020.

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Hope to see you at the PDAC convention!

Again, with #PDAC2020 only a week away (March 1-4) if you would like to learn more, drop us a line at +1 416 792 8228, or click here to register here

International Rare Earths Expert Alastair Neill Steps in as the 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit (#TMS2020) Conference Coordinator

Leading Rare Earths’ Companies and U.S. Government Relations Consultant Jeff Green Confirms Participation

Toronto, February 13, 2020 — The 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit (#TMS2020), an exclusive event for both the industry and investors on the critical materials supply chain, is pleased to announce the appointment of rare earths expert Alastair Neill as conference coordinator.

Founder of InvestorIntel and the Critical Materials Summit series Tracy Weslosky commented: “Alastair has over 25 years of professional experience in critical materials in Asia, North America and Europe. Often a speaker or panelist for a wide range of industry events, we are privileged to be utilizing such a knowledgeable player in the industry to ensure the most informative content possible at this year’s 8th Annual Critical Materials Summit being held on Thursday, May 14, 2020 in Toronto at the Omni King Edward Hotel.”

Having already confirmed critical material presenters such as Avalon Advanced Materials Inc., Search Minerals Inc., and Texas Mineral Resources Corp., Alastair added: “I am delighted to be stepping in to ensure that we offer investors an understanding of not only where the critical materials industry stands presently, but where it is heading. Increased speculation from government and industry on how to effectively create a much-needed supply chain in North America and Europe, makes #TMS2020 timely.”

Speaker Jeff Green of J.A. Green and Company commented further with “I look forward to speaking at #TMS2020 about the most aggressive U.S. government intervention into the rare earths market in history. The U.S. Department of Defense is in the process of committing millions of dollars to bring rare earth manufacturing back to the United States, which makes this an exciting time to be a participant in this critical materials market. I look forward to the conversations that Alastair Neill and InvestorIntel are sparking at #TMS2020.”

About the 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit: InvestorIntel, a trusted source of online market information for investors in the capital markets, is pleased to host the 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit (#TMS2020) on Thursday, May 14th, 2020. A 1-day event being held in the Sovereign Ballroom at the Omni King Hotel located at 37 King St East in Toronto, Canada — click here to register

About InvestorIntel.com: InvestorIntel.com is a leading online source of investor information that provides public market coverage for both investors and industry alike. Offering coverage of emerging markets and investment opportunities to discerning investors, InvestorIntel is considered an online influencer in analysis, videos and podcast reports and is hosts the monthly ii6 Summit Series for self-directed investors in Toronto, Canada.

For more information, contact InvestorIntel at tracy@investorintel.com or +1 416 792 8228.

InvestorIntel to Host the 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit on the NA Critical Materials Supply Chain

InvestorIntel, a trusted source of online market information for investors in the capital markets, is pleased to announce the 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit, an exclusive event for industry and investors focused on the North American Critical Materials Supply Chain. A 1-day event that will be held on Thursday, May 14th, 2020 from 8 AM to 6 PM, The Technology Metals Summit (#TMS2020) will be held in the Sovereign Ballroom at the Omni King Hotel located at 37 King St East in Toronto, Canada.

With the recent passing of the U.S. Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act on December 17, 2019 and the signing of a memorandum of understanding for critical materials between the U.S. and Canada to reduce dependence on Chinese rare earth sources on December 18th, expert Jack Lifton, one of the many guest participants anticipated at this year’s event states: This is the greatest opportunity to revive a non-Chinese rare earth industry, since the movement to China of that industry in the last years of the twentieth century.”

InvestorIntel Corp. CEO Tracy Weslosky commented: “It is with great pleasure that we announce hosting our 8th Annual Technology Metals Summit (#TMS2020) on Thursday, May 14th. Having enjoyed hosting one of the best critical materials’ events for investors over the years, we are looking forward to this being one of the best industry networking events of the year. As the Chair of the Canadian Rare Earth Elements Network (#CREEN) Ian London said it best to us, these critical materials ‘are essential for high-tech industries — producing everything from lithium batteries for electric vehicles, to smartphones and computers, wind turbines and defense assets’. Reliable North American primary, secondary and downstream processed material supply chains, secured in collaboration with global partners  are certain to further attract tremendous upstream and downstream economic benefits for all of us.”

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About InvestorIntel.com

InvestorIntel.com is a leading online source of investor information that provides public market coverage for both investors and industry alike. Offering coverage of emerging markets and investment opportunities to discerning investors, InvestorIntel is considered an online influencer in analysis, videos and podcast reports and is hosts the monthly ii6 Summit Series for self-directed investors in Toronto, Canada.

For more information, contact InvestorIntel at tracy@investorintel.com or +1 416 792 8228.

738 Billion Defense Bill plus U.S. and Canadian Critical Materials Memorandum Equals Pivotal Year for Rare Earths

On Friday, we received a call from the CBC requesting more data on how the recent Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that was passed on December 17th would impact the North American rare earths market. This combined with the recently signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) for critical materials signed on December 18th between the U.S. and Canada to reduce our dependence on Chinese rare earths and from all vantage points, Jack Lifton is correct in saying “2020 looks to be a pivotal year for rare earths”.

This timely passing of a “massive $738 billion defense authorization bill” by both the U.S. House and Senate, unquestionably holds ramifications for those of us following the North American public markets. In fact, it should mean that the leading players in this market should not only experience an increase in market valuations effective immediately, but this will inevitably result in much needed financings to achieve a successful rare earths supply chain in North America.

Jack Lifton commented that “The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, which authorizes funding for the U.S. military, has expanded its recognition of the critical importance of the rare earths from the FY 2019’s mandate that the U.S. military only buy non-Chinese rare earth permanent magnets to the requirement that the U.S. Defense Department develop a plan and implement a strategy to discover or develop and integrate each of the necessary industrial components into a total domestic American rare earth supply chain for any and all rare earth enabled products utilized by the U.S. Dept of Defense.” He adds: “This is the greatest opportunity to revive a non-Chinese rare earth industry, since the movement to China of that industry in the last years of the twentieth century.”

In reviewing the 2020 NDAA, we have cut out the relevant excerpt from clause (c) listed under Section 850 titled “Acquisition and Disposal of certain Rare Earth Materials” for our readership.

NDAA Excerpt:

(c) REPORT ON SUPPLY CHAIN ISSUES FOR RARE EARTH MATERIALS.—Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Administrator of the Defense Logistics Agency, in coordination with the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Policy, shall submit a report to Congress assessing issues relating to the supply chain for rare earth materials. Such report shall include the following:

(1) An assessment of the rare earth materials in the reserves held by the United States.

(2) An estimate of the needs of the United States for rare earth materials—

(A) in general; and

(B) to support a major near-peer conflict as described in war game scenarios in the 2018 National Defense Strategy.

(3) An assessment of the extent to which substitutes for rare earth materials are available.

(4) A strategy or plan to encourage the use of rare earth materials mined, refined, processed, melted, or sintered in the United States, or from trusted allies, including an assessment of the best acquisition practices (which shall include an analysis of best value contracting methods) to ensure the viability of trusted suppliers of rare earth materials to meet national security needs.

While the above will inevitably be the catalyst for finally addressing the supply chain and inevitable sustainability issues in North America around these technology metals, I agree with Alkane Resources Ltd.’s (ASX: ALK | OTCQX: ANLKY) Managing Director Nic Earner who wrote “It is good to see continued moves by the US Government to establish independent supply. We look forward to seeing this lead into purchasing and commercial arrangements with US Defence suppliers in time.”

I have reached out to my favorite and most knowledgeable players in the industry with a request for them to provide practical feedback on what this means for our sector and how it will impact us in 2020. Their comments are below, and I have added everyone to the commentary section so you may respond directly to them.


“In a complementary initiative, on December 18th, Canada and the U.S. signed a Memorandum of Understanding confirming Canada’s participation in the U.S.-led Energy Resource Governance Initiative (ERGI), part of a multi-pronged strategy by Washington to break free of China’s near-monopoly on so-called critical energy minerals essential for high-tech industries — producing everything from lithium batteries for electric cars, to smartphones and computers, wind turbines and defense assets. There are great economic benefits for Canada if our natural resource wealth and industrial capabilities can be adapted toward creating both new primary mineral supply sources and the value-added derivative products needed for electric vehicles as well as other clean technology and defense applications. I look forward to learning more about the Governments’ plans and I know that industry leaders and technical experts across the full supply chain can contribute toward creating collaborative and innovative solutions.” — Ian London, Chair, Chair, Canadian Rare Earth Elements Network (CREEN)


This year should be the culmination of nearly 10 years of effort to move the U.S. government from endless studies and research projects to actually investing in the production of rare earth materials needed to support the Department of Defense, which should serve as a catalyst to long-term commercial viability for the industry. The DOD currently has three active Requests for Proposal to invest in establishing the capability to separate light and heavy rare earths through two new facilities, and the establishment of an inventory of NdFeB magnets. With the continued support of Congress and the Pentagon, 2020 should be the year that separates the wheat from the chaff in the prospective rare earth market, as only the most viable prospective producers of rare earths will be selected for government funding – the time for hype and pipe dreams is over as we move to an era of actual investment in production.” — Jeff Green, President, J.A. Green & Company


These two initiatives are essential to attract and renew investment interest in the rare earth sector. Search has participated in the requests from both the US and Canadian governments, which identifies Search Minerals as a key participant in the North American rare earth supply chain. It is also helpful that Canada rare earth resources are considered ‘domestic source’ for these additional funding opportunities.” – Greg Andrews, CEO, Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY)

Dr. David Dreisinger, Vice-President, Metallurgy of Search Minerals adds: “Since our inception, we have met our objectives to have a proven processing technology which has low capital and operating costs, environmentally friendly and scalable. The new initiatives could help fund separation facilities or technologies in North America which could process our concentrate into individual oxides. Our resources contain both light and heavy rare earths required for many applications deemed critical under NDAA. The initiative allows the ability for new government funding opportunities required to advance the supply chain initiative, ie offtake agreement or direct investing.”


The 2020 NDAA is an excellent additional step in a process that will ultimately lead to the establishment of a rare earth supply chain in the United States. Various agencies in the Department of Defense are now also beginning to put serious funding into the establishment of a domestic supply chain. Texas Mineral Resources and its funding and development partner USA Rare Earth Inc. is not waiting to take action. Rather, it has proactively established a Colorado based rare earth pilot facility that will ultimately be transported to Texas and ultimately envisions Texas as the center of a domestic rate earth and critical mineral supply chain.” — Anthony Marchese, Chairman, Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (OTCQB: TMRC)


“The NDAA will bring focus on the rare earths sector and some much-needed funding to implement a North American strategy for rare earths. Six months is a very short time to summarize the state of the industry unless they have multiple inputs from those with knowledge of the space. Hopefully they will look at investing in the magnet supply chain, which needs rebuilding for the production of neodymium magnets (NdFeB). This initiative should build more confidence in the investment side and raise the profile for projects that can go into production in a short period of time.” – Alastair Neill, Trinity Management Ltd.


“Trillions of dollars of all-important products are dependent on one dominant group which, in the past, has used rare earths for economic, political, social and technical gains. The United States’ most recent vocalized concern over threatened or possible disruption of rare earth supply is once again drawing attention to the potentially tenuous situation and the importance of the companies addressing this situation. Prudent business practice dictates the use of multiple suppliers particularly for key inputs. That said, the sourcing of rare earth raw materials in the United States and its allies can be arranged in the not too distant future, however, the paramount issue is establishing and implementing the technical know-how to process the raw materials into refined rare earths and then into useful applications and products. Processing capability is of paramount importance and is fundamental to unlocking supply dependency and will take considerably longer to implement due to the unique characteristics and the technical aspects of the rare earths.” — Tracy A. Moore, CEO of Canada Rare Earth Corp.


“Lynas welcomes the U.S. Defense Department’s plan to encourage the development of a rare earth supply chain in the United States, or with trusted allies. As the world’s second largest Rare Earths producer, Lynas is well positioned to help the establishment of a sustainable and resilient rare earth supply chain from mine to magnet and to energy efficient electric motors.” – Lynas Corporation
“Bringing together the NDAA, the Australian Government’s AUD4.4bn Defence Export Facility being made available to rare earth development projects, and joint U.S.-Australia critical minerals initiatives, it’s clear that not since the Government of Japan helped fund Lynas in 2011 to build their Malaysian process plant, have we seen Western governments, including those of the EU member states, focus, co-operate and now act on the issues that have allowed China to effectively take control of the rare earth market over the past 20 years. These efforts could result in further diversification (beyond Lynas) of NdPr and heavy rare earth supply, including by Arafura Resources, into ex-China NdPr metal-NdFeB magnet alloy/magnet manufacturing and the downstream clean energy supply chain.” — Richard Brescianini, Arafura Resources Limited
“Medallion Resources has been focused on the development of rapid ‘go to production’ rare earth business model and proprietary extraction process using by-product monazite feedstocks. These are available throughout the Americas, Australia and Southern Africa. We recently announced the start of US site selection process for an initial REE extraction plant with capital requirements that are a fraction of traditional REE mining and processing operations.” — Donald Lay, President & CEO Medallion Resources

The U.S. Military faces the Rare Earths Supply Chain Gallows

“The industry is not mining, but its being directed by the mining industry — and its just not the same” explains an anonymous source that I pistol-whipped with questions on rare earths earlier this morning. Undoubtedly never to answer my calls again in the future, I start with: “I have been in the industry for 10 years and if I don’t understand, how can we expect anyone else too?”

10 years in the business and the reason I cannot quit the rare earths industry is that its like a high level business sudoku puzzle aching for a remedy. And no one can solve it because the rules change depending on what piece of propaganda you want to quote. With media sources texting me daily, the result is a regular agitation mobilizer, a spin cycle of the wrong data rotating around regularly without any resolution thanks to the internet and social media plagued by misinformation. And respectfully, these journalists, who are on a fact-finding mission to sort their message have yet to find a holy grail of information, just endless disjointed content of disinformation to which they cannot sort because even the experts can’t agree.

Determined to be a part of the supply chain remedy, having invested the hours, and well – I do believe that if we do not sort this out, our history books are going to have a lot of chapters that will start with: “we should have done…we could have done…but we didn’t.”

Taking an industry leader to lunch last month, he explained to an esteemed colleague that the real supply chain issue in North America is simple: we cannot produce with the same cost efficiency of the Chinese. Talk to him and one would conclude that the game is over, in fact, it never started. That same week I spoke with an expert in Korea who was explaining how Chinese dealing with significant water issues. Hyper focus for a moment, and the theme of that conversation was that the real reason for the influx in the rare earths media attention is that the Chinese want the North Americans to get an opportunity to pollute their waters and air in the same way they have in taking over the global rare earths industry?

Make no err of understanding that this business is a dirty one, but the rumors of collusion and conspiracy make spy novels pale in comparison. Could this industry be that smart?

I would argue not, but it is indeed complex. And this debate does require a white board, a global map and toss in some basic history — and you too may radiate a false sense of intellectual superiority.

For the sake of this rare earths’ discussion, we are dealing with 4 of the 17 rare earth elements known as the magnetic materials. The 4 magnetic materials heavily in debate in the news are usually about Neodymium (Nd), Praseodymium (Pr), Dysprosium (Dy) and Terbium (Tb). And the question we are discussing is how the U.S. military will secure an independent source of rare earths and what will we need to do to create a supply chain to achieve this goal.

Sounds easy, right?

Industry expert Alastair Neill agreed to go on record, he starts, “The challenge is that the military wants to get independence from Chinese sourcing. The problem is that the military does not buy oxides, they buy components with the rare earths in them. What we need is the ability to convert oxides into metals and the metals into alloys and then turn these alloys into magnets.”

Let me add, Alastair also invested 20-minutes reminding me of the 4-stage process for securing rare earths: (1) Mining – Source must be mined, result is ore; (2) Extraction – the ore must be turned into concentrate; (3) Separation – the concentrate is turned into oxides; and finally, (4) Metallization – the oxides through chemical processing are then turned into metals. Now if you re-read Alastair’s quote, he starts at how the U.S. supply chain cannot handle the oxides (reference #3), without the oxides being turned into metal (reference #4), and then the metals being turned into alloys (welcome #5) and then the alloys, then being turned into magnets (final stage? Level #6). How many steps? I count 6 – clearly, this is not the same as mining gold.

To be clear, in the next couple of pieces on InvestorIntel I will examine trying to find the sources to mine, or stage 1 in the supply chain as presently we have only one producing, and the ownership includes Chinese investment. Get ready Hoidas Lake….am going down this road next!

Taking the Small Cap Secret to the Street.

Whispers on Bay St, C-level managers maintain strong composure, but behind closed doors the consensus is the same: the small cap industry is in trouble. Furthermore, we will need to collaborate towards addressing the real issues with creative solutions on how to build a stronger market where true entrepreneurs flourish.

With Canada’s main stock index hitting a new high on Thursday and the S&P/TSX composite index hitting an all-time high of 17,120.90 in earlier trading last week, why are the breadcrumbs from this financial feast not making it down the food chain to the hard working small cap teams?

A particularly astute market consultant from Montreal, Jerome Cliché replies to my requests for feedback on this issue matter of fact, with “This is the worst I have seen the small cap market in 25 years.”

He then goes on to add, “Warning signs that the TSX Venture was ready to capitulate have been all around us for some time as the volume and value of shares traded continue to crater.” Leaning in closer to home, we published a story last week titled, Are small cap stocks on the TSX-V set for a holiday rally? as we monitor stocks flatlining despite achieving relevant milestones.

Attempting to posture optimism I enjoyed MI3’s Mario Drolet’s take in Matt Bohlsen’s story with “…remember the junior market is a catch up market.….I am expecting a Christmas rally and we should start seeing some inflows of money into the market soon..” Unfortunately, he also goes on to confirm market indicators for concern when he adds: “we are all seeing the TSX-V and CSE Index near their all-time lows.”

18-years in the small cap industry myself, I am sorry to say that this is indeed the worst year I have seen, 2019 is starting to make 2008 look like a joy ride. In my opinion, our portfolio managers are now directing their clients into only top performance stocks in the market with the angle being to minimize any risk for Baby Boomers to lose money.

Okay that makes cents, but what about the illustrious and rarely covered Generation X’s to which I am a part of? Where are we hiding? Bruised from blockchain, fintech and cannabis market highs and lows, how do we rectify these parallel realities without an inevitable market crash, as these small caps cannot sustain their dream on air.

I reach out to Peter Clausi, a public market consultant that we often call for questions on compliance, and when we need to refer a company seeking either to list or would do an RTO, he responds quickly with: “Some of the blame can be directed at the portfolio robo managers. Their goal is not to outperform, but rather not to underperform. As long as the return is not below its index, the robo manager has done its job, even though this may be a real loss when measured against inflation. Mediocrity is being rewarded. it’s like the old saying, nobody ever got fired for buying IBM.”

Speaking to dozens of small cap CEOs weekly, one tech principal tells me — “I haven’t paid myself in over a year”, another junior gold CEO explains how he no longer even watches his trades as he finds it too demoralizing. One of my favorite IR firms in Vancouver sends me a note on Friday that reads, “Hope all is well there, its s**t town here – and by that, I mean the markets…”

I respond with it’s too everyone’s benefit to see performance rewarded through effective market valuation. But are we optimists living in a false reality?

Jerome Cliché hits back hard with some year-over-year data (June 30th data) starting with the volume trading for small caps down -27%, value traded down -40% and number of trades down -31% for the year.

What do I think? Obviously moving forward believing that this is an M&A smorgasbord for a practical investor ripe to make a deal, a banker from Zurich confirms my perspective. What’s the ole rule of forecasting — make as many forecasts as possible and publicize the ones you get right? Not making a forecast here but reminding our readers of our trending section that monitors what are readers are reviewing most over the last 30-days. And based on this list, which Sharron Clayton tweets out weekly, we seem to have an increasing interest in electric vehicles and everything in them (lithium, graphite, cobalt); we continue to wait for the President’s Nuclear Fuel Working Group on how we plan on responding to our uranium market as that is a market over ripe for rewards.

And holy heavens, if you’re not into rare earths, I agree with Greg Andrews of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY) that I spoke with earlier today — if you’re a market timed investor, and if you don’t have a rare earths company in your portfolio, your going to wake up one morning, see a Trump tweet – blink, and you will have missed another hockey stick this niche sector is known for.

We have industry expert Jack Lifton, the Godfather of Rare Earths, the man who coined the term “technology metals” doing interviews, backed by industry expert Alastair Neil — we are leading the market for coverage here on InvestorIntel for critical materials, expect some surprises this week.

On Monday and Tuesday of this week, Matt Bohlsen is going to do a part I and II on some gold companies we are watching. All presently trading at market valuation discounts, I continue to love this sector and agree with Mario Drolet who writes “lookout for a rebound on precious (gold) and base metals (copper, nickel) and strategic metals like rare earths.” He is not the only one anticipating a rally, so enjoy this time to do your due diligence and see what producers are eyeing what.

And then of course there are esports, and Ben Feferman’s columns continue to drive into the top 10 as we all seek millennial generation guidance on what to watch…and play. Speaking of learning more about this sector or catching up! The Business of Esports Investor Conference is on Monday, December 2nd from 1230-530 and while we know its last minute — if you can make it, click here to register, Ben and AMUKA Esports will be hosting this informative business and technology seminar and the 1st 3 people who email me at info@investorintel.com, will receive a complimentary pass!

Then there’s AI and technology (see our Top 10 below, or click here to access our Trending section) and we are working with Chris Thompson of eResearch who is sharing his valuable insight with our audience. Obviously, we welcome your comments, your tweets and ideas. After all, we all thrive in a market where entrepreneurs are rewarded for taking a vision for the future forward and making our lives better! Stay tuned, we are following the small cap market challenges closely —.

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