Rare Earth Metals – A Unique Alternative Investing Opportunity

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These are rare times and there are some incredible opportunities emerging in the rare earth metals market that every savvy investor needs to be aware of. In this article, I am going to discuss precious metals, particularly rare earth metals as an alternative investing strategy.

Rare Times Call For Rare Earth Metals And the Rare Opportunity Within.

Rare earth metals are really not as unusual as their name may indicate. They are vital to high-performance optics and lasers, and important to the most effective magnets and superconductors on the planet.
Rare earths are merely more pricey to mine than many metals when not mined with ecologically hazardous chemicals. These metals are likewise typically not as successful in the markets. This has actually made them less preferable in the past– up until the world understood that China managed much of the marketplace.

According to ThoughtCo.com :

According to the United States Geological Survey, as of 2018, China produced around 80% of world demand for rare earth metals (down from 95% in 2010). Their ores are rich in yttrium, lanthanum, and neodymium.

Since August of 2010, fears over Chinese dominance of crucial rare earth supplies have lingered as China restricted export quotas of the metals with no official explanation, immediately sparking debate over decentralization of world rare earth production.

Rare earths are traded on the NYSE in the form of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that represent a basket of supplier and mining stocks, as opposed to trading in the metals themselves. This is due to their rarity and price, as well as their almost strictly industrial consumption.

Rare earth metals are not considered a good physical investment like precious metals, which hold low-tech intrinsic value.

Now this is the important part. The fact that there are ETFs listed on the NYSE that focus on these rare-earth metals, means that as the market begins to get decentralized, multiple trading opportunities will begin to emerge in the sector.

Earlier on in the piece, I mentioned that rare earth metals are vital for production of magnets and superconductors.

This is important to note because of the major advances currently taking place in the scientific world – especially with things like zero-point energy, sonic levitation and quantum computing – all of which are heavily dependent on electromagnetic aspects that come directly from these rare-earth metals.

The topic of rare-earth metals is going to be covered in more details in our upcoming Precious Metals Specialist course. Pop in your name and email to get notified once the course is up and running to be among the first to get in the “know”.

As for knowing how to invest in ETFs and the market in general, our REIT Masters course, already provides valuable insights and practical steps for anyone to use and get cracking with making money from the market.

Many of you would be wondering, why, all of a sudden, I’m talking so much about alternative investments? That’s a fair question and here’s a straight answer.

Given what came out from the ABC news a few weeks ago, I do not trust any housing market data that’s being published out there. Especially not in Australia and New Zealand.

Property is still the number one driver [for Property Magnets] in terms of an investment strategy. However, until such time that we can confidently assess market data matching the reality on the ground, much of what’s being talked about in terms of property investing is nothing but speculation. This is sad, but 100% true.

While that’s happening, we’re also not going to sit around, waiting for the crooks to get straight, because who knows, how long that will take. In the mean time, we are going to equip our students with practical knowledge and skills to find and exploit opportunities in the alternative market.

Property Magnets has always been, and will always be, all about action. We don’t sit around. We were among the first in the world to respond to the covid-19 situation, with a program designed specifically to handle the economic ramifications a pandemic was about to leave behind.

Everything we have been saying, is proving to be true in more ways than one.

Going by the same train of thought that we employed back in March/April when Covid took over the narrative, we see alternative investments into cryptocurrencies, precious metals, rare earth metals, the peer to peer market and private property trusts, as solid ways of maneuvering around the current landscape of uncertainty.

So that’s why we are talking about alternative investment strategies so strongly now and we will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

In fact, as stated in my last article, we are working diligently in producing 5 specialist courses aimed at helping students understand the full scope within the alternative investments market and securing their future as we continue the journey forward into deeper and darker times.

So with that said, like always, I ask you this simple question.

What are you going to do about all this?

Sit and wait? Or Take Action.

Remember, there’s tremendous energy in chaos. If you know how to harness that energy, monumental shift could be achieved in your personal finances.

Sic mundus creatus est et novum

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