Publicly Traded Rare Earth Element Companies

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List of Publicly Traded Rare Earth Element Companies Listed on Major U.S. Exchanges

Rare earth elements are seventeen different chemical elements. On the periodic table they are elements 21, 39 and 57 through 71. Another term you will hear in the rare earth industry is critical rare earths (CREE). These are five different rare earths, Neodymium (Nd), Europium (Eu), Terbium (Tb), Dysprosium (Dy) and Yttrium (Y) that are labeled as such due to balance between their scarcity and demand. Many have speculated that these critical elements will be in high demand in future years.

Rare earths have multiple uses and are used in many products in the technology, telecommunication, transportation, health care and defense industries. Devices that millions of consumers use (the iPhone for example) are made up of multiple rare earth elements. Despite their widespread use and importance, there are few listed rare earth companies on U.S. exchanges as China dominates the rare earth market. They are the largest producer and consumer of rare earth elements (used in the electronics they produce) and have a significant impact on the price of the elements.

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Rare Earth Companies

Currently all of the companies that we once had classified as rare earth companies have been delisted and are now traded on the OTC market.

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