The Critical Metals Report: With so many players entering the rare earth elements race, you’ve said it’s gone from the Kentucky Derby to something akin to the Gypsy Horse Fair. How can investors make sense of it?
Chris Ecclestone: Well, the next phase after the Gypsy Horse Fair is the glue factory. There are more than 300 rare earth companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Even 200 would be too many. This space should really have 30 public companies, with probably five in production in the next five or six years, while the rest fiddle around exploring. I think there will be … [visit site to read more]