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Molybdenum & Green Economics Print E-mail
Written by Ken Reser   
Tuesday, 31 January 2006
Molybdenum (Mo) may be silver in luster and color, plus leave graphite like grey residue on your fingers when rubbed, but it certainly puts the green in many company bank accounts and is one of, if not ‘the’ most important components in helping keep our environment green when it comes to de-sulfurizing carbon based fossil fuels.
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Golden Phoenix Minerals: The Shoot-Out at Mineral Ridge (OTCBB: GPXM) Print E-mail
Written by D. Stewart Armstrong   
Wednesday, 18 January 2006
Currently the focus of GPXM is their Ashdown Property and what many consider to be the richest deposit of Molybdenum in the world. Remember, I said the richest, not the biggest.  The Ashdown mine is comprised of 101 unpatented lode mining claims covering four square miles in Humbolt Country near the town of Denio, in the northwestern corner of Nevada. The mine is owned by Win-Eldrich Mines, Ltd. (WEX), a publicly traded Canadian company based in Toronto. Golden Phoenix serves as Ashdown’s manager/operator under a Joint Venture Letter Agreement with Win-Eldrich.“ The Joint Venture split is along the lines of 60/40 with WEX receiving 40% and GPXM receiving 60%.  Read Report on GoldSeek.com 

 

 
Molybdenum …The Big Secret Print E-mail
Written by Ken Reser   
Friday, 30 September 2005
I have done further extensive  research for information on current and future uses of Molybdenum. This has been an undertaking of continual frustration & magnitude due to lack of mainstream information on this Noble Metal. Outside of the continual references to Molybdenum being used in stainless steel and other specialty metal alloys, fertilizers, lubricants and all the other uses I previously outlined in the MolySeek.com report (some of which are not reported in mainstream media) I have found what I consider the ‘Big Secret’ in regard to Molybdenum. 
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Molybdenum - the '21st Century & Beyond' Metal Print E-mail
Written by Ken Reser   
Monday, 21 March 2005
Molybdenum... Molymania... Exciting times for some of our super alloy base metals these days it seems. Moly@$35.50 p/lb as I write. Rhenium - the by-product of some Molybdenum deposits (derived from roasting process) - @$1250.00 p/oz. It seems prudent then that we should all have a better understanding of what Moly is and what it can be used for.
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