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American Elements is the world’s largest producer devoted exclusively to advanced materials in industrial bulk and laboratory/research quantities. For more than a quarter century, its materials science research and development programs have led to fundamental technological breakthroughs including LED lighting, smartphones and electric vehicles. Its ability to cost-effectively scale lab-top successes to industrial production has enabled it to provide essential ingredients for corporate, government and academic new product development.
The race is on to bulk up a rare-earth element (REE) production and refining supply chain outside China. REEs like cerium, neodymium and lanthanum are widely used in products from flat-screen TVs to mobile phones. The Department of Defense uses them in its F-35 fighter jets and missiles. And green technology is increasingly dependent on them for wind turbines and electric cars.
Fortunately for investors, there are a few companies working on both ends of the REE value chain. MP Materials (MP) is focused on the supply side, while Geomega Resources Corp. (GOMRF) and Mkango Resources (MKNGF) are working on the other end — building recycling plants to turn waste magnets into useful components for renewable energy and electric vehicles.
Investors interested in the REE space can also get exposure through the VanEck Vectors Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETF (REMX). The exchange-traded fund isn’t a pure play on rare earths, as it contains other metals like cobalt, lithium and titanium, but it does contain several REE producers and recyclers.