EDITOR: | June 28th, 2017 | 1 Comment

Search Minerals CEO at #CTMS2017 on becoming the next North American Rare Earth Supplier

| June 28, 2017 | 1 Comment
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In a recent presentation at InvestorIntel’s 6th Annual Technology Metals Summit, Greg Andrews, President and CEO of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY) delivered a presentation titled “Search Minerals Reaches Another Milestone to Becoming the next North American Rare Earth Supplier”. Addressing industry and investors alike, Greg provides an overview of their milestone-based financing strategy, where money is raised on a step-by-step basis. Located in Southeast Labrador, Canada, Greg also discusses the community and government support that comes from working in the district… to access the complete presentation, click here


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  • asrms

    Is it just me or do we seem to have had a number of RE explorers over the last year coming out of the woodwork claiming that they are going to be the next great RE supplier to N. America and the ROW. As an investor in RE this is motivating in the sense that clearly there is now more optimism than pessimism re., RE demand and price over the next few years related to improving industry need for batteries/green energy etc., worldwide. However, I have serious doubts as to the ability of these new self-proclaimed companies to establish off takes and related financing. Few financiers I believe will have the stomach to pour millions into companies who have yet to face the years and problems re., development to production that startups will go through in this industry. As a long time suffering holder of Lynas I can attest to the many problems that arise in this industry, but I now feel more confident of this company’s ability to both survive and increase its dominance outside China within its own particular RE market. This growing market optimism by others only fuels my belief that this Australian (Japanese) company is now at the forefront of this new RE enthusiasm.

    June 29, 2017 - 9:52 AM

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