What differentiates GWG as an investment over all the other rare earth companies out there?

1.  16.5% average total rees (tree) per ton.  The next closest deposit is 9.7% at Lynas

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2.  Value per ton of tree's of $6551.  The next closest per ton value is $3891 at Lynas.

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3.  Steenkampskraal has the highest levels of lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, samarium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, and ytterbium. 

Yes, Great Western's Steenkampskraal mine is unparalled in the world.

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4.  Steenkampskraal mine is near ready for production.  Of the 45 advanced rare earth projects, only 3 are at or near production.

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5.  The beneficiation and chloride plant is scheduled to begin construction by next quarter. Only 2 other companies are so advanced.

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6.  Two metal producing facilities.  Great Western has LCM and GWTI.  Only 1 other rare earth company has metal producing capability.  No other company has advanced 'flake alloy' production ability.  Flake alloy is expected to increase revenues by several hundred per cent over previous ingot products.

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7.  Current paying customers.  LCM, with over 20 years experience, has high quality customers who are clamoring for high quality metals and alloys.  No other company is as strong in this area. An interesting fact is that over 80% of the profits in rare earths is derived from the purifying of metals and production of alloys.  Only 1 other company is trying to duplicate LCM's success in this area.

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These are some of the reasons why I think GWG is the best play in the rare earth sector.  There is no other company that comes close to comparing with them.