Who said, "Its not the rare earth material they get out of the ground thats of value, its the land the material comes from." If I was the bank, i'd want to force everyone to give me their rights to the land they operate on, then, I wouldn't care who mines it, as long as i get my cut on every square inch of soil that is dug up. Its not the gold nugget that everyone should be seeking, its the land the nugget comes from. Also, even if I had an economic advantage running this company, why would that info get published or be disclosed before I took a nice stake in the company. Keep the prices low, let me get more shares before it goes to 100 as the world's population increases and energy harvesting will be in demand. The goal would be to keep the price as low as possible, for as long as possible. This is what everyone should think about. Use your Goldman Sachs nuggets, figure out who will control the land, then make proper investments to take advantage of the shorts. Just thinking Siemens, Vestas, Areva, Alstom, and Mitsubishi are some of the major players installing offshore wind turbines that can use MCP's resources in their supply. Other players will as well, and this is just one sector, a piece in MCP's business. Siemens deal is already in the bag, and there will be others that will want a diversified reliable, stable, high quality, source for their projects.