“Rare Earth Minerals Stocks Could Skyrocket With Canada’s Deposits Becoming Available” is Covered Today in the Absolute Wealth Newsletter

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Today in the Absolute Wealth newsletter the “Rare Earth Minerals Stocks Could Skyrocket With Canada’s Deposits Becoming Available” article was published to discuss the future of Canadian rare earth minerals.

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In 1987 a company suggested a technique of using mother nature in the form of a local bacteria that would eat right through the ore.

The Absolute Wealth newsletter discusses rare earth minerals in the article “Rare Earth Minerals Stocks Could Skyrocket With Canada’s Deposits Becoming Available” that was published today. The Canadian rare earth mineral deposits could cause their rare earth minerals stocks to skyrocket in value, reveals the newsletter. When these deposits were discovered in 1995 their value was discarded, adds the newsletter, because the rare earth metals are trapped inside of black shale deposits that are millions of years old. The technology did not exist to extract the rare and precious metals in an affordable manner until now, explains the Absolute Wealth newsletter, which is causing the value of this discovery to be looked at in a different light.

The newsletter explains that the new technology uses water, air, and microbes to release the rare earth and precious metals from the black shale deposits, which are virtually laying on the ground. This newly discovered technology could easily revolutionize the entire mining industry, reveals the newsletter, causing previous mining methods to become obsolete. The Absolute Wealth newsletter reports that this new technology could change the value of the best rare earth stocks making investing in rare earths a viable means of financial wealth for many people.

Europe had a problem they were trying to solve, reveals the Absolute Wealth newsletter, which was the fact that they had found over 340 million tons of zinc, nickel, cobalt, and copper that was locked inside the largest deposit of black shale in the world, which was located deep inside the frozen Finland wilderness. The newsletter goes on to report that in 1987 a company suggested a technique of using mother nature in the form of a local bacteria that would eat right through the ore. Actually this technique was not new, stated the newsletter today, because it had been used since the 1970’s, but only on a small scale, and had never been used in such a massive undertaking before. The Absolute Wealth newsletter explains that the challenge was to find the right species of bacteria that could eat through enough ore to extract the 340 million tons of precious metals in the Finland deposit. The plan is to use this new mining technology for the black shale deposits in Canada, the newsletter explains, so now is the time to investigate rare earth minerals stocks.

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