Rear Earth Strategic Metals ETF
More and more technological applications are in need of specific characteristics of materials which can be find in rare earth metals. At this moment there are 49 elements that are indicated as “rare”.
But the term “rare’ is a bit relative as some metals are not rare in the way that they are extremely difficult to find. The problem is that these metals are not to be found in a concentrated form.
Rare earth metals are often a by-product of mining other basic materials. As we said before there are more and more applications for these rare earth elements so the demand is on the rise.
The same goes for the supply however as we are more and more capable of exploring these rare earth metals and separating them from other sources.
VanEck Vectors Rare Earth Strategic Metals ETF
In total you will find some 20 companies in this ETF from VanEck Vectors. China is the largest supplier with a share of 22%, then Australia is following with 16% and Japan with 14%.
Investing in this Rare Earth Metals ETF is very speculative indeed, 500% movements up and down are entirely possible in a few years. This ETF is a physical one which implies that VanEck Vectors is buying the underlying stocks.
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VanEck Vectors Rare Earth Strategic Metals ETF info:
ETF provider: VanEck Vectors (Van Eck Global)
Exchange: NYSE Arca