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Mickey Fulp updates on Avalon Rare Metals (AVL.to)

Way back when rare metals weren’t the hottest dish of the day, Mercenary Geologist Mickey Fulp was singing the praises of this Avalon (AVL.to) stock. Since then we all know what has happened to the REE sector, but we now get to read an update on AVL from the first-footing Fulp. We also get to see just how much money you would have made by following his original advice… and it’s a very lot.
So click here to download your PDF report of his updated analysis and thoughts on what might happen to the high-flying AVL.to going forward, dated September 27th and sent out to his FREE reading list on that day. This report is well worth your time, metalheads. By way of a taster, here’s how the eight page report starts:

Avalon Rare Metals Inc (AVL.T) is a company that I have covered since June 2007 with a commissioned report on behalf of a private equity fund by my friend and colleague, Rich Radez, well-known for his semi-annual Chicago Resource Expo.
I was invited by Rich to evaluate AVL on a field tour of one of its three “flagship projects”, a hard rock lithium play in northern Ontario. That project did little to garner my interest but another one that CEO Don Bubar discussed in his power point presentation that morning over breakfast certainly grabbed my attention: Thor Lake, an advanced rare earth element play located 100 km southeast of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories.

Since that sunny day on Rainy Lake near Kenora, Ontario, I have followed and written about Avalon both privately and publicly (Mercenary Musings: September 1, 2008; November 3, 2009). This is the fourth in a series of yearly comprehensive reviews on the company. CONTINUES

Here’s the link to read it all again, just in case.

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