“Rare Earth ETF is in the News Over Recent Years Because of Supply Concerns” is Today’s Topic in The Absolute Wealth Newsletter

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Today the Absolute Wealth newsletter published the “Rare Earth ETF Is In The News Over Recent Years Because Of Supply Concerns” article discussing the supply of rare earth elements.

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China has been increasingly cutting down exportation, and has recently announced that they are planning on stopping exportation altogether, to keep all the rare earth metals inside their country to use in production of product.

The supply of rare earth metals may soon be changing explains the “Rare Earth ETF Is In The News Over Recent Years Because Of Supply Concerns” article that was published today in the Absolute Wealth newsletter. With the supply of rare earth metals decreasing, and the demand continually increasing the newsletter reveals, rare earth ETF or as it is known as exchange traded fund has been making the news. There are technological developments that have been making a big difference in the rare earth metals sector the newsletter explains.

One of the main things that companies are doing, reports the Absolute Wealth newsletter, is they are developing technologies to remove their dependency upon rare earth metals in their production all together. If new technologies can be developed where rare earth metals are not needed for production adds the newsletter, it will directly affect rare earth ETF investment.

Another important factor is China, explains the Absolute Wealth newsletter, who has been supplying over 90% of the rare earth metals to the world. China has been increasingly cutting down exportation, reveals the newsletter today, and has recently announced that they are planning on stopping exportation altogether, to keep all the rare earth metals inside their country to use in production of products. This development could cause [rare earth stocks to soar, the Absolute Wealth newsletter explains.

Some countries are working on alternatives to cut their dependency on rare earth metals, the newsletter explains today. There are countries, adds the newsletter, like the U.S. that are re-opening mines to begin production again of rare earth metals, so they can be assured a supply of rare earth elements if China stops exportation. The Absolute Wealth newsletter reports that this will open up new rare earth element stocks along with additional investment opportunities.

The Absolute Wealth newsletter reveals that Canada has a huge supply of rare earth metals that are trapped in black shale, however, with new technologies these deposits may become available and supply the world with rare earth metals for at least a century. Read more about this discovery in the Absolute Wealth “Rare Earth Minerals Stocks Could Skyrocket With Canada’s Deposits Becoming Available” article posted on their website.

Currently trading and investing in rare earths is not easy, explains the newsletter today, because China holds the majority of the supply, though this may change in the near future with the new deposits becoming available, so rare earth ETF investing is worth investigation.

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