In Wednesday's "Call to the Floor," Avalon Rare Metals CEO Don Bubar appeared on "Fast Money."
The executive spoke with CNBC's Melissa Lee about the future of rare earth metals, the prospect of an U.S. reserve and more. Watch the video to see the full interview.
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Trader disclosure: On Feb. 2, 2011, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC’s "Fast Money" were owned by the "Fast Money" traders; Karen Finerman owns (MSFT), (JPM), (HPQ), (GOOG), (C), (BP), (AAPL) and (BAC). Joe Terranova owns (VRTS), (C), (UPL), (GM), (PEP), (MS), (LTD), (CVI), (CVE), (SU), (CPX), (CNQ) and (POT). Steve Cortes owns (SVU), (MO), (EXC) and U.S. Treasuries. Steve Cortes is short (BAC). Steve Cortes is short (LVS). Stephen Weiss owns (TBT), (AMSC), (QCOM), (MSFT), (HPQ), (SMCI), (PZN), (IPI), (AGU), (BTU), (MEE), (DVN), (COP), (HK), (EMC), (FWLT), (VZ), (FAS) and (JPM).
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