Avalon Rare Metals Inc.

AVL-T

TSE:AVL

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Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. is a Canadian mineral development company with a primary focus on the rare metals and minerals, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 30, 2013

He shorted the name a couple of years ago, but has almost no position now. It is highly speculative. There is a lot of resource and it will take a lot of money to take it into production.

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He shorted the name a couple of years ago, but has almost no position now. It is highly speculative. There is a lot of resource and it will take a lot of money to take it into production.

SELL
SELL
November 19, 2012

It is just breaking down. There is no spike in volume to indicate the bottom. It is way too risky at this point.

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It is just breaking down. There is no spike in volume to indicate the bottom. It is way too risky at this point.

BUY
BUY
May 17, 2012
Likes it. Rare earth space is for real. Countries are going to require rare metals to create electronics. Is a made in Canada story. Will ultimately get this property up and into production. This will bounce back with the market.
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Likes it. Rare earth space is for real. Countries are going to require rare metals to create electronics. Is a made in Canada story. Will ultimately get this property up and into production. This will bounce back with the market.
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COMMENT
November 14, 2011
Good rare earth project up north. Huge, heavy rare earth resources that everyone is interested in. Because of the location and the logistics, it will cost a lot of money to build a mine and process. The project makes sense, but there are other names that you could own as well.
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Good rare earth project up north. Huge, heavy rare earth resources that everyone is interested in. Because of the location and the logistics, it will cost a lot of money to build a mine and process. The project makes sense, but there are other names that you could own as well.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 27, 2011
Rare earths in Northwest territories. A bit Expensive. Cap X is very high. There are always a lot of questions about the metallurgy of a lot of rare earth companies.
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Rare earths in Northwest territories. A bit Expensive. Cap X is very high. There are always a lot of questions about the metallurgy of a lot of rare earth companies.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
August 5, 2011
Has a development project in Alaska. Because it is going to require such a large amount of CapX to bring the project into development, he would stay away. It is at least 3 years out from ever being able to come into production. Has a small short position on this one.
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Has a development project in Alaska. Because it is going to require such a large amount of CapX to bring the project into development, he would stay away. It is at least 3 years out from ever being able to come into production. Has a small short position on this one.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 27, 2011

(Top Pick Oct 7/10. Down 100%.) (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this one.) It will be at least 3 more years before they bring their project into production. Still short on this one.

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(Top Pick Oct 7/10. Down 100%.) (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this one.) It will be at least 3 more years before they bring their project into production. Still short on this one.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 31, 2010
Trouble with the rare earth space is that China produces 90%+ and they’ve been playing political trade games. Cut Japan off and now cut back because they say they need it for domestic productions. This has spurred a huge race. 20-30 companies are looking to convert early explorations into deposits. Would be inclined to use a basket approach.
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Trouble with the rare earth space is that China produces 90%+ and they’ve been playing political trade games. Cut Japan off and now cut back because they say they need it for domestic productions. This has spurred a huge race. 20-30 companies are looking to convert early explorations into deposits. Would be inclined to use a basket approach.
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PAST TOP PICK
November 15, 2010

(Top Short Oct 7/10. Up 4.6%.) (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this.) Rare metals. Rare metals are in a bubble, likely 2 years at the outside but this company won’t be in production for at least 3 years and will need a lot of CapX.

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(Top Short Oct 7/10. Up 4.6%.) (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this.) Rare metals. Rare metals are in a bubble, likely 2 years at the outside but this company won’t be in production for at least 3 years and will need a lot of CapX.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 7, 2010
Top Short (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this one.) Thinks rare earth sector is in a bubble and will be trading much lower in 2 to 3 years. This company won’t be in production for 4-5 years while Molycorp should be in full production next year.
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Top Short (Pairs Trade – Long Molycorp (MCP-N) and Short this one.) Thinks rare earth sector is in a bubble and will be trading much lower in 2 to 3 years. This company won’t be in production for 4-5 years while Molycorp should be in full production next year.
COMMENT
COMMENT
October 5, 2009
Have grades that are sufficient to actually be able to develop a mine. It will cost a lot to develop a mine. They are still in the development stage.
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Have grades that are sufficient to actually be able to develop a mine. It will cost a lot to develop a mine. They are still in the development stage.
BUY
BUY
October 2, 2009
Rare earth sector has become noticed because of its use in making LCD flat screen TVs and hybrid cars. 90% comes from China who tend to keep it for themselves when their own economy needs it. Rejuvenation in western resources is sorely needed and this company is making very good progress. 3 or 4 years away from production so be aware of the risk.
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Rare earth sector has become noticed because of its use in making LCD flat screen TVs and hybrid cars. 90% comes from China who tend to keep it for themselves when their own economy needs it. Rejuvenation in western resources is sorely needed and this company is making very good progress. 3 or 4 years away from production so be aware of the risk.
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COMMENT
May 26, 2009
50% jump because 1) market seems to be more interested in rare earth metals and 2) was written up in a well-followed newsletter. This was a bit of an anomaly because of the newsletter promotion. Where earth metals is a growing sector.
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50% jump because 1) market seems to be more interested in rare earth metals and 2) was written up in a well-followed newsletter. This was a bit of an anomaly because of the newsletter promotion. Where earth metals is a growing sector.
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Avalon Rare Metals Inc.(AVL-T) Rating

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