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[download_link link=”http://www.recoretrading.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Recore-April-Newsletter-2.pdf”]Download April 2011 Newsletter[/download_link] “I said in last month’s article, no one really knows what the markets will do. Who could have predicted the tragedy of the biggest earthquake to hit Japan ever, followed by a tsunami of catastrophic proportions. First of all, our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Japan as they mourn the loss of their loved ones and rebuild their country.”   [gravityform id=2 name=NewsletterSubscription]
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[download_link link=”http://www.recoretrading.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Recore-March-Newsletter.pdf”]Download March 2011 Newsletter[/download_link] “The platinum group metals (PGMS) that control the prices of our scrap catalytic converters has been steadily creeping up. This week we have seen Platinum (PT) peak at $1860 per oz, Palladium (PD) reach $835 per oz, and Rhodium (RH) has been steady in the $2400 per oz range. These are very strong numbers, if you remember back in 2008 when things went crazy the prices were $2350, $1000, and $10,000 respectfully.“ [gravityform id=2 name=NewsletterSubscription]
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Catalytic Converter How A Catalytic Converter Works By Don Belisle Simply put a catalytic converter converts harmful gasses to unharmful gasses. The by-product of burning carbon fuels in our internal combustion engines are hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide these gasses are harmful to our environment and our health. EPA standards in this and other countries have strict emission standards that all new cars and trucks must meet. These standards have become more and stricter over the years with the standards for diesel burning vehicles in Europe seeing the most significant increases. Simply put a catalytic converter is a stainless steel container
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