Volume 98 Number 4 Mar 12 - 18, 2012

A conveyor moves material at Malaga's Pasto Bueno tungsten mine in Peru. Photo by Grard Tournebize

Malaga sitting pretty as tungsten prices soar

Three years ago when Pierre Monet went out on the road to talk to the investment community about tungsten, he would spend more than half of his time explaining what the metal was all about. 


Drillers at Rare Element Resources' Bear Lodge rare earth element project. Photo by Rare Element Resources

Rare Element bullish on Bear Lodge

Rare Element Resources (RES-T, REE-X) says its prefeasibility study on the Bear Lodge project in Wyoming indicates that the rare earths project is technologically feasible and offers robust returns on invested capital. 



A drill rig at Woulfe Mining's Sangdong tungsten-molybdenum project in South Korea. Photo by Woulfe Mining

Buffet buys into tungsten mine

While tungsten promoters may want to spin a tungsten mine investment that connects back to Warren Buffet as a rousing endorsement for the metal, the main factor in the move may be far more pragmatic. 


Mongolian geologists preparing soil samples for geochemistry analysis at Kincora Copper's Bronze Fox copper-gold project in Mongolia. Photo by Kincora Copper

Kincora rides Mongolian copper wave

Kincora Copper (KCC-V) believes that with a bit of patience and a lot of drill work, its Bronze Fox property can become the next big name in Mongolian copper and gold. 









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