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These Minerals Are Critical to U.S. Economic & National Security (+2K Views)

What do cobalt, uranium, helium, titanium, and fluorspar have in common? According to the U.S. government, these are all minerals that are deemed critical to both the economic and national security of the country. The list of 35 minerals (listed below) includes those that are important for defense, economic, and industrial purposes – and it keys in especially on minerals that are not produced in substantial quantities domestically.

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What You Need to Know About Aluminium

Aluminum (or aluminium) is the world’s most common metal by crustal abundance and, behind iron, is now the second most used metal in the world found in everything - planes, cars, buildings, machinery, consumer durables, packaging, and electrical uses. This infographic illustrates all you need to know about aluminium - its source, uses, consumption, average price, highest producing countries, top producing companies, and more.

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Why Gold Could Go To $5,000 – and How To Capitalize On It! (+6K Views)

I believe the precious and base metals sectors are critically important to your portfolio and that the single best defense you can take for your portfolio is to go on the offense and to use precious and base metals investments - especially gold -to protect your wealth from the ravages of a falling dollar and to capitalize on a myriad of wealth-building opportunities. Words: 2010

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"The Great Dollar Devaluation Disaster" is Beginning – Position Your Investments for MAJOR Inflation! (+4K Views)

The great dollar devaluation disaster has begun and will continue — with minor short-term pauses and corrections in the decline — for at least the next two to three years and at the very least, the dollar will sink so low and inflation will soar so high that you will eventually need at least TWICE the income you have now just to survive. A lifestyle that costs you $100,000 per year today will be $200,000 or more. Words: 2313

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