Jack Lifton, Byron King and Search Minerals’ Greg Andrews on the theory that endless cash will somehow make more battery materials appear

In this episode of Critical Minerals Corner, Tracy Weslosky and InvestorIntel Editor-in-Chief Jack Lifton are joined by Geologist and Newsletter Writer Byron King and Greg Andrews, President, CEO, and Director of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY | OTCQB: SHCMF) to discuss Modern Mineral Resource Theory (MMRT). Coined by Jack Lifton, MMRT evolved out of the Modern Monetary Theory (MRT) which he discussed in his recent InvestorIntel column titled – Squeezing the juice out of the idea that endless cash will somehow make more battery materials appear.

In the video, the panelists discussed the electric vehicle revolution, the supply chain challenges for rare earths and how Search Minerals is at the “sweet spot” of this electric vehicle revolution. Jack commented, “Search Minerals is expanding the global supply of critical metals through its new, innovative, process technology. This is the only way that critical metals supply can be reliably increased.”

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  1. Dariusz Avatar

    This interview clearly showed how much farther Search is advanced into their project than some of their main Canadian competitors. 2022 will be another big year and perhaps another 200% up.

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