Mineweb reported an interview with Chris Berry and The Critical Metals Report. He says graphite is the rare earth to watch with its super cycle.
Chris Berry said:
We need to remember that graphite is an industrial mineral. As such, it is subject to the vagaries of global growth. We’ve seen a softening of GDP growth in many countries throughout the world, notably in China. This, more than anything, has pushed graphite prices down. While graphite prices are high by some historical measures, the recent decrease is a welcome sign and adds validity to our long-term super cycle thesis supporting higher commodity prices-though not indefinitely higher and not in a linear fashion.