Northern Dynasty Minerals: when will needs must?

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Northern Dynasty Minerals: when will needs must?

16 February 2023

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The world's growing middle class and the electrification of the West will take up tremendous amounts of natural resources, but no one wants to mine for them anymore.

This will change, and it has started to change already.

Joe Biden has approved increased mining in the US for rare earths, and even the EU has asked banks to lend to mining projects again.

We will see more such developments, and for a broader range of natural resources.

Northern Dynasty Minerals owns one of the most valuable mineral resources in the world. Its stock is down 99%, because of the hostile attitude of the US towards such projects in the past.

Sometime between now and 2025, as resource nationalism and mineral sovereignty will become a major subject, the US is likely to change its stance.

Once this happens, the stock of Northern Dynasty Minerals is bound to surge. It could multiply during a speculative run-up (as it has on past occasions), or deliver a high return upon resource exploitation.

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Roger B.
February 2023

A brilliant note on Northern Dynasty and an interesting idea given the political angle.

Well done. It’s excellent!

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