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To: sense who wrote (697)3/28/2012 3:04:52 PM
From: sense
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Price isn't value...

Never has been. Never will be.

Where's the mystery ?

You've still failed to address that... in relation to your analysis of those other companies ? Were they improperly priced when they were trading for mere pennies... before those REE focused issues you're posing as "comparables" with SRSR... suddenly became participants in a "hot sector"... in the way it appears that niobium is moving toward becoming... only now ?

The logic inherent in your "would, coulda, shoulda" argument... just hasn't convinced me... and it doesn't appear relevant.

A SRSR share now is worth no more, now, and no less, now... than it was when you first postured that you thought that "the charts" clearly required that SRSR should immediately begin to trade much much lower... when "the charts" contained NO SUCH INDICATION ?

Posturing repeatedly that you expected "capitulation" would naturally occur at any moment ?

LOL!!!

I don't find it in the least bit odd... that we see the trade that is being talked down... being the trade that is walked down... in the charts.

Looks to me like it will likely prove to be a costly effort...

I also think the effort made in disparaging SRSR, its rocks, its management, its shareholders, etc., etc, has been an abysmal failure...

It hasn't convinced me... or other longs... who know and recognize value when we see it ?

It appears no one here is buying that crap... certainly volume says the market is buying less and less of that brand of crap, over time... other than those spouting it... who have to pay to back their talk with a proof in performance ?

I don't value your opinion... or that of any other purposefully persistent practitioner of pessimism... any more than I value the opinions of those in the opposite camp who irrationally promote, rather than disparage... who find it useful to think inflating the values that do exist... will be as useful a method of promotion... as those who are disparaging... who think being negative and talking the value down... should naturally alter others appreciation of the value ?

And, given SRSR's history, and the changes occurring in the markets, now... I don't see a reason anyone else would "value" the efforts of promoters or their opposite number... more than they would the VALUE that is apparent.

In my opinion, SRSR is grossly under-priced, currently... largely as a result of an active effort being made to have it be so.

I don't care what your opinion is... because you've proven to me that I shouldn't accord it any value.

Clear enough ?

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To: sense who wrote (698)3/28/2012 3:05:22 PM
From: sense
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Did I mention... "I don't support the fear mongering of purposeful pessimists trying to manufacture artificial time pressures while posturing bogus comparisons"... ???

You've postured here today... that you expect posting comparisons of SRSR with others you randomly select based on past price performance... rather than any other criteria... will do significant damage to SRSR... and then... have proceeded in making the effort ?

It's clear enough you've opted to undertake that effort... to talk SRSR down... for some reason ?

It's clear enough to me... that the effort made is silly and pointless... given the obvious lack of reason applied in failing to justify any element in the effort... save the element of reason inherent and apparent in the purpose.

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From: Harmonic3/28/2012 4:30:52 PM
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Web got some nice Props today on the Dark side board. It’s too bad that ISNUB changed their rules to easily allow its own demise. I think our recent efforts their have served as a catalyst to bring some reason back. Posters that have been quiet for awhile are pushing back on the riff raff.

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To: sense who wrote (698)3/28/2012 4:38:51 PM
From: Zilyunz
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Thanks for the laughs! I am back to not bothering to read it. Maybe on Fridays, but I may be too busy ...

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To: sense who wrote (699)3/28/2012 5:01:49 PM
From: sense
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What's apparent on the charts, currently, is that the bottom bollie on the weekly is at $0.021 with the top bollie around $0.035... the bollies defining the short term trading range. The second derivative bolly defines a range between $0.02 and $0.035...

There's not a reason to see trading occurring outside the bollies as indicating anything of longer term relevance... its still just "noise" in trading patterns postured on charts, and not anything more fundamental... Trading outside the bands, is trading occurring outside the normal trading range... that being "extraordinary" by definition... with trading outside the bollies, whether on the high or low side, often defining inflection points...

Tops almost always are accompanied by, if not defined by trading above the bollies... bottoms accompanied by if not defined by trading below them...

SRSR has recently been trading far outside the bollies on the low side... forming a classic chart bottom... in a trade paired not with "capitulation" by holders... but with a clear maximum in the effort in orchestrated pessimism, more given the now too obvious effort being postured to foster pessimism... in the usual way... as that is intended to enable manipulation in trading any stock...

I've pointed out, separately, that the actual dynamic, given the volume in the real trade, should place that range roughly between $0.04 and $0.065 now... based only on the shorter range charts. There is an accumulated impact in the dynamic that one might also note...

A hugely significant portion of stock pricing is nothing but "noise"... whether that is considered in the sense of "noise" apparent as a natural feature of trading seen in chart patterns... or "noise" apparent in the rubric of the conversation defining the market context in which trading occurs. We've seen clearly enough and often enough the nature of the "noise" generated re SRSR ? The noise that is purposefully generated... isn't a feature of reality... rather than an external layer applied intending to obstruct our view of reality. Scott, speaking softly and truthfully in PR... is drowned out by those shouting over him... telling lies... mis-stating what he said while restating it, lying about what it means, etc., while fabricating new features as distractions. Charts... presented as an unfaltering view of "fact" in documenting investor behavior... are really a stage on which that behavior is "predicted" and then mimicked... in a badly acted play... intended to distract us from noting that the "documentary" we're told we're watching... is being produced, acted out, on a stage, by muppets.

There is nothing on the charts that shows any reason to expect SRSR to ever trade below $0.02... and, looking at the efforts being made to talk the stock down... it's pretty apparent that the only reason the stock has traded in the patterns that it has recently... is the effort being made to talk the stock down... and the effort expended in the use of market power trying to facilitate that effort... the Kabuki dance that results still being postured as "documentary"...

The message is being flogged that the "charts" predicted SRSR would trade down to $0.017 or so... and that is a total fabrication. There was never anything in the charts suggesting that would or should occur. At the time the messaging began... the charts were showing that SRSR was already oversold while trading at $0.028.

Short sales, of course, don't have to result in large accumulated positions to have impact... when they're used as features at inflection points, intended to "direct" the direction in trading... by manipulating the charts, etc.

That effort apparent in "steering" through fictionalization of what "charts" say... is true as a feature in both the short term and the longer term charts... where the efforts in bashing and the timing in the short trade that is apparent... provide obvious bookends that prove the point. The shorting we've seen in SRSR shares has correlated perfectly with the "inflection points" apparent on the charts... showing the share price is being manipulated lower...

The effort in denial that shorts exist ? Fairly transparent...

The "trading range" on the three year chart is between $0.02 and $0.20... with the longer range charts showing no reason that SRSR would be expected to trade below $0.03... other than the efforts expended in shorting and in trying to talk the stock down, and "painting" the charts to create buying opportunities... while "someone" works on lowering their basis...

You might note that the run up over $0.06 last August... was paired with a peak in accumulation...

We're now, again, at that same point in accumulation on the charts...

It appears someone deliberately ran the price up to $0.06... sold their shares... shorted... and shifted the effort to bashing, fictionalizing chart talk, and shorting to steer the trade lower... hoping to re-enter positions at much lower prices. It appears they've failed in generating any really significant volume at the recent lows... but, still, have probably succeeded in completing "a cycle"... even if the range in the transit is less than they'd prefer... and even if the lack of cooperation in producing "capitulation" means it's taking a lot longer than they'd like ?

Both the daily and the weekly charts show a set of "pinches" in the charts, forming in the range between $0.025 and $0.03...

The current pinch has broken... with MACD turning higher again on both daily and weekly charts... suggesting the recent effort in forcing SRSR to a bottom have concluded... and, paired with that... you see a change in the structure of the effort being made in the "bashing" of SRSR on IHub... ? Go figure...

We're still seeing historically low volumes... the relative lack of trading volume in any issue always making the intrinsic value of charts much less than they would be were the trade not being manipulated as it is on lighter volumes...

The result is much larger potential for large upside volatility... given progress occurring over time in the actual conduct of the business... while the effort made in production of the distractions on the charts deviates more widely over time from the underlying reality...

If charts are "the stage" and volume is "attendance"... what the charts are showing you isn't the intrinsic value of the play, or what the reviews might be when the show hits on Broadway with an all star cast... but the quality of the lesser actors performance in community theater as they work hard on butchering the script. The charts are certainly not presenting you with a "documentary". Holders holding... is roundly dissing the manipulations of the efforts in direction and performance... of those community theater efforts apparent in the painting of the charts... not missing that those bad actors... are not the ones who are writing the script that matters...













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From: Zilyunz3/29/2012 10:03:16 AM
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Interesting article on the WTO dispute ...

techmetalsresearch.com

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From: Zilyunz3/29/2012 4:15:40 PM
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44,000 shares today ... wow!

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To: Zilyunz who wrote (704)3/29/2012 4:16:18 PM
From: Zilyunz
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I guess holders are still holding!

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To: Zilyunz who wrote (705)3/29/2012 7:41:11 PM
From: rubyslippers
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Yup. "Grip and grin" has a whole new meaning now. :-)

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From: norel3/30/2012 4:01:49 PM
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Great Article on the shortage of Niobium in the US and around the World!!!!!!!!!!!!

B: Quantum CEO Renews Calls for U.S. Rare Earths Stockpile; Trade Actions Unders

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 13, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
While applauding President Obama's announcement that the U.S. is
launching a trade action against China on access to rare earth
materials, Quantum Rare Earth Developments Corp. (TSX VENTURE:
QRE)(OTCQX: QREDF)(FRANKFURT: BR3) ( www.QuantumRareEarth.com) CEO
Peter Dickie said a long-term, strategic plan must be developed to
ensure supplies of all vital strategic materials.

"The U.S. action and similar moves by the European Union and Japan
are only first steps in a lengthy World Trade Organization process,"
Dickie said. "Rather than wait for an international bureaucracy,
strategic action is needed now by the U.S. to develop domestic
stockpiles of rare earths and other vital materials, just as China is
reportedly doing to ensure its own economic stability."

While China has been curtailing exports of rare earth elements, they
have recently discussed creating large stockpiles of niobium, and
Chinese companies have made investments in the largest niobium
producer company in Brazil.

Among the top six items on the Materials Risk List 2011 by the
British Geological Survey, equally ranked are rare earth elements,
and the strategic metal niobium. Quantum's Elk Creek, Nebraska
project is host to what the U.S. Geological Survey has repeatedly
referred to as "potentially one the largest sources of rare earth
elements and niobium", and is the only known primary niobium deposit
under development in the U.S.

Currently, worldwide production of niobium is limited to three
producers requiring the U.S. to import 100% of its needed supply.
Niobium is primarily used to produce high strength, low alloy steel,
but also has irreplaceable uses, including high-strength alloys in
fighter planes, to create the steel needed for natural gas pipelines,
and in the magnets needed for MRI machines.

Quantum's Elk Creek site includes an inferred resource of 80 million
tons of 0.62% niobium which equates to approximately 500 million
kilograms of niobium. Recent pricing for ferro-niobium is in the
range of US$43 per kilogram, slightly below the 2011 peak of US$46 a
kilogram. Overall, the world market has been growing in excess of 10%
per year for the past decade.

Cautionary note: This news release contains forward looking
statements. These statements include, but are not limited to,
statements with respect to the completion of an updated resource
estimate, the commencement of a preliminary economic assessment study
and management's expectation that the results of these studies will
confirm the potential of the Elk Creek Project. Specifically, any
statements regarding the potential increase of the Company's inferred
resource at the Elk Creek Project and the goals and objectives of the
Company are by their nature forward looking information. Resource
estimates, unless specifically noted, are considered speculative. The
Company has filed a National Instrument 43-101 report on the Elk
Creek Project. Any and all other resource or reserve estimates are
historical in nature, and should not be relied upon. By their nature,
forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks and
uncertainties because they relate to events and depend on factors
that will or may occur in the future. Actual results may vary
depending upon exploration activities, industry production, commodity
demand and pricing, currency exchange rates, and, but not limited to,
general economic factors. Other factors may cause the Company's
actual results, performance or achievements to be materially
different from any future results, performance or achievements
expressed or implied by the statements.

Specific risk factors include risks associated with the ability
obtain any necessary approvals, waivers, consents and other
requirements necessary or desirable to permit or facilitate the
development of the Company's properties, risks associated with
project development; the need for additional financing; operational
risks associated with exploration activities and results, mining and
mineral processing; environmental liability claims and insurance;
reliance on key personnel; tax consequences; and other risks and
uncertainties.

The business of exploring for minerals involves a high degree of
risk.

Cautionary Note to US investors: The U.S. Securities and Exchange
Commission specifically prohibits the use of certain terms, such as
"reserves" unless such figures are based upon actual production or
formation tests and can be shown to be economically and legally
producible under existing economic and operating conditions.

"Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider
(as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange)
accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release."
Contacts:
Quantum Rare Earth Developments Corp.
(604) 568-7365
(604) 688-4215 (FAX)
www.QuantumRareEarth.com

SOURCE: Quantum Rare Earth Developments Corp.
quantumrareearth.com
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