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Gold Series Part 1: Why do People Buy Gold?

By Edwin Tucker Sandwiched between mercury and platinum on the periodic table, gold is just another element occurring naturally in the earth’s crust.   This shiny yellow metal differs from its peers in that it has a powerful effect on human beings.  The search for gold has consumed untold resources and countless lives.  Often dubbed the […]

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What Are Rare Earth Elements?

By Edwin Tucker If you are using a computer screen to access this article, rare earth elements are involved. Europium, Terbium and Cerium all play key parts in the production of flat panel screens. These essential elements have made possible most of the devices that we associate with modern life. While the mainstream press has […]

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Uranium Market Fundamentals

By Edwin Tucker While a majority of Americans have opinions on the subject of nuclear power, only a small percentage have any idea that 20% of their power needs are met by an element that is in short supply.  Nuclear power plants rely on uranium for fuel.  Uranium is the densest usable fuel available on […]

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