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Investment Objectives<br />3<br /><ul><li>Hold Physical Inventory of Heavy Rare Earth Elements</li></ul>without any mining risk<br /><ul><li>Diversified basket of metals eliminates single element exposure risk
Generate profits from trading individual elements to downstream customers
Inventory located LME approved warehouses located off-shore near end-users
Tax effective corporate structure to maximize inventory and trade gains</li></li></ul><li>Capital Structure<br />4<br />
Management<br />5<br />Scott Moore, MBA, President & Chief Executive Officer<br /><ul><li>Mr. Moore is an experienced capital markets executive with 20 years experience in the resource sector.
Former CEO of Franc-Or Resources Corp and VP Corporate Development for Aberdeen International. Former Director of Sulliden Gold and Avion Gold. He has raised in excess of $250 million in resource companies in the last 3 years.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management</li></ul>Alastair Neill, P.Eng., MBA, Executive Vice-President<br /><ul><li>Mr. Neill is the former GM, Rare Earth Division and VP Business Development for Neo-Material Technologies (TSX:NEM) and brings over 15 years of direct Rare Earth experience. Mr Neill lives full time in Beijing.
He holds a MBA from York University and a Bachelor of Engineering in Material Science from the University of Western Ontario</li></ul>Brad Boland, C.M.A., Chief Financial Officer<br /><ul><li>Mr. Boland was the CFO of Consolidated Thompson Iron Mines Limited until July 2009
From May 2005 to September 2007, he was at Kinross Gold Corp., most recently serving in the position of Vice President, Corporate Controller.
Prior to that, from August 1998 to February 2005, Mr. Boland was at Goldcorp Inc., as Corporate Controller and the Vice President, Finance.</li></ul>Jihong Gan, BA, MA, Manager Contracts and Administration<br /><ul><li>Ms. Gan is an accomplished administrator with a specialization in East Asian languages.
Ms. Gan has a Bachelor of Arts (Major: Japanese) from the Shanghai International Studies University in Shanghai and a Masters of Arts in East Asian Language studies from Osaka University of Foreign Studies. </li></li></ul><li>BUSINESS MODEL2010 Achievements<br />6<br /> 300,000 + kilograms of Heavy Rare Earth Oxides Acquired in F2011<br />202,000 kilograms of Heavy Rare Earth Oxides in Inventory at April 21<br />12 acquisition trades executed totaling $33.84 million<br />5 Sales contracts with 4 different customers executed in Q3 2011<br />$15.65 million in gross sales and $5.2 million in gross profit in Q3 2011<br />
Attractive Value Proposition<br />7<br />Participate in the expected price appreciation of <br />rare earths and strategic industrial metals<br />No Exploration or Mining Risk<br />
• Produces +95% of Global Supply• Export Tariffs of 25% imposed to drive manufacturing to China• Export Quotas reduced every year for last 5 years• China reduces Quotas for second half 2010 by 70%CHINA REDUCES QUOTAS FOR H1-2011 BY 35%<br />8<br />China - Guarding the Supply<br />“Chinese adamant on rare-earth metal cuts”- Aug 30-2010<br />
Rare Earths in the Limelight<br />“China Tightens Grip on Rare Minerals” <br />“China slashes first batch of rare earth export quotas by 35.17%”- Dec 30-2010<br />“China Cuts Rare Earth Exports” <br />Japan rare earths imports from China plunge in Nov <br />December 27, 2010 -- TOKYO (Source: Reuters) <br />“China Cracks Down on Illegal Mining of Rare Earth Metals” – Dec 2010<br />9<br />
A Paradigm Shift in the REE Industry<br />Security of supply no longer just a commercial Issue <br />It is now a Political Issue<br />Rare Earth Supply Technology and Resources Transformation Act [RESTART] introduced to both the U.S House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in 2010<br />Japanese Industry Minister asked Chinese Minister of Industry and Information for reductions to this year's export quota to be reversed. “We are concerned that rare-earth metals will not come to Japan in the future”.<br />“ China Defends Rare Earth Quotas as inline with WTO” Bloomberg Dec 30-2010<br />10<br />
“What Are Rare Earth Elements”<br />11<br /><ul><li>Rare Earth Element or REE are Lanthanide series elements and are found at the bottom of the Periodic Table
15 elements plus Yttrium are classified as REE and have specific magnetic, fluorescent and chemical properties
Some are classed as Light, Medium or Heavy REE and have varying applications in laptops, LCD’s , cellular phones and hybrid vehicles.
Heavy REE such as Europium, Terbium and Dysprosium command the highest value</li></li></ul><li>12<br />Lighter Weight<br />Product Miniaturization<br />Enhanced Performance and Functionality<br />Enhanced Control and Measurement<br />Energy Efficiency / Environmental Compliance<br />Rare Earth ElementsIndustry Primer<br /><ul><li>Essential inputs for virtually all electronic products
No substitutes exist that have the same characteristics and provide the same benefits</li></li></ul><li>Rare Earth Applications<br />13<br />Toyota Prius<br />Biggest User of Rare Earths of any Object in the World<br /><ul><li>1kg Neodymium
Most advanced Rare Earth mining projects are 2-5 years away from delivering product to market with substantial financial and technical hurdles to overcome</li></ul>Dacha has the inventory today and the ability to grow its stockpile quickly<br />