Valuating non-physical assets

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Dacha Strategic Metals (DCHAF)

DCHAF is a rare earth holding company and is either very misunderstood by the market or the market just does not believe the business model will work.

To bring you up to speed, the majority of Rare Earth Elements (REE) is controlled by China.

When I talk about majority, I mean monopoly.

China accounts for 97% of the world’s REE supply and because there is a lot of political power and games involved, REE prices skyrocketed last year but has come down since.

REE’s are required in basically every new technological gadget nowadays. From your TV to iPhones, hybrid cars and fluorescent light bulbs, it is a necessary part of the product and it is not replaceable by some other metal.

Other countries are trying to find alternative supplies outside of China but no one has been successful to date.

That’s why Dacha is interesting.

The company acquired a small company in China which holds a license to purchase and import REE legally into their own warehouses. This means that Dacha is not a miner. There is no mining risk involved. A reader has mentioned in previous comments and in the forum that it sounds more like an ETF which I agree to a certain extent. You can read the forum thread in the link at the bottom of this article.

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Technical Analysis is a good place to start. It

Lot of companies & narrows your focus. It should be followed by a clean fundamental analysis & then you whould establish entry & exit points based on valuation & time for each trade.
If the stock hits your low mark you bail. If it is profitable & hits your high mark, you sell half & continue to ride the wave.
Finally, make sure you are hedged. Use options to protect yourself against more than a certain amount of loss. You can always be wrong, just don't own it.

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But a participatory economy enjoys advantages in managing this trade off compared to capitalism. Most importantly, direct recognition of 'social serviceability' is a more powerful incentive to innovation in a participatory economy, which reduces the magnitude of the trade off since more innovation will occur in a participatory economy than in capitalism for the same speed of adjustments. Secondl... Economy. Forthcoming.
Levy, David. 1991. Book Review: Seeking a Third Way. Dollars and Sense 171 November 1991: 18-20.
Pramas, Jason. 1991. A Roundtable on Participatory Economics. Z Magazine July/August 1991: 73-74.
Weisskopf, Thomas. 1992. Toward a Socialism for the Future in the Wake of the Demise of the Socialism of the Past. Review of Radical Political Economics 24 (3&4).

PatentBridge to Sell Patent Extending Retirement Account Duration  — MarketWatch
MENLO PARK, Calif., Jun 26, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- PatentBridge LLC, the preeminent Silicon Valley patent broker since 2003, is pleased to announce that it will be selling Patent 8055566, covering a unique solution to one of the greatest problems …

InterDigital's CEO Hosts Investor Conference (Transcript)  — Seeking Alpha
The way I think about it is we are selling patent assets and those would be subject to any existing encumbrances and those encumbrances are associated with license agreements revenue from which we would retain. Charlie Anderson - Dougherty …

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