Good morning to you all. As many resource stock investors know, the Cambridge Conference just wrapped up this past weekend in Toronto and it included several great keynote presentations from the likes of Peter Grandich and John Kaiser. Unfortunately, geography limits the ability of most investors to attend these conferences and consume some of the great information.
As a result, AGORACOM went out of its way this year to make some of that important information accessible to investors around Canada, the USA and the world. We have already posted some of those videos on the AGORACOM YouTube Channel and the AGORACOM blog. We will continue to post many more over the next 2 days, so make sure to bookmark both of them.
To this end, I’m really happy to provide you with my interview with renowned market commentator, John Kaiser, of Kaiser Bottom-Fish Online. John is fast becoming one of the leading authorities on Rare Earth Metals, a subject I am all too familiar with given AGORACOM’s investor relations work with Avalon Rare Metals between 2005-2008. For those of you unfamiliar with rare earth metals (and you should be) they are are now vital to a growing number of applications in electronics, automotive, aerospace, alternative energy and environmental protection. As Avalon says, they are the metals of the future.
In light of this, the following interview with John Kaiser is invaluable in helping you understand the importance of rare metals, their future and what to look for in a rare earth metals company in which you are considering making an investment. If you like what John has to say, take a closer look at his website and consider becoming a subscriber to his newsletter. It isn’t cheap but you get what you pay for.
The interview is a total of 10 minutes and 20 seconds long but due to YouTube’s 10-minute limit for uploaded videos, we had to splice the interview in 2 parts, which I’ve embedded below. For best sound quality, I suggest putting on your headset/earphones.
PART 1 – The State Of The Industry
PART 2 – Sample Companies And What To Look For