EDITOR: | February 1st, 2014 | 2 Comments

Jack Lifton sets the media straight and discusses Chinese demand for rare earths

| February 01, 2014 | 2 Comments
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2014-IIR-Lifton-WesloskyFebruary 2, 2014 — The following is an excerpt from an interview between Tracy Weslosky and Jack Lifton on InvestorIntelReport. Tracy starts the conversation by asking Jack to provide his opinion on the recent WSJ article entitled “How the Great Rare-Earth Metals Crisis Vanished”. He immediately identifies the challenge at the basis of this debate, to be in part a misunderstanding on light and heavy rare earths by the media.

Further to this point, Tracy asks Jack to respond to Hongpo Shen’s piece written on InvestorInel that identifies an oversupply of rare earths in China. Jack quickly refutes Hongpo’s position, and provides a very quick witted and comprehensive update that anyone in the technology and critical material sector would appreciate hearing. Additional commentary on the recent North Korean announcement on identifying rare earth sources and his upcoming speaking engagement at the National Assembly in France. – To access the full interview, please go to www.InvestorIntelReport.com to log-in or become a member.


Tracy Weslosky

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Comments

  • Tracy Weslosky

    This is my favorite interview with Jack…straight from what appears to be an ‘underground’ location — his response when I ask him if perhaps the Chinese were giving him a message for the rest of us…is reason alone to listen.

    February 1, 2014 - 3:48 PM

  • Bill Keenes

    Jack, why don’t you write a letter to the editor.

    February 2, 2014 - 10:05 AM

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