We will have one ounce ingots of antimony later this year, we hope by October. Antimony is relatively rare, estimated at 0.2 to 0.5 parts per million in the earth's crust. It sits high atop the British Geological Survey's 2012 risk list in the #3 slot given the myriad of its industrial uses and the vast majority of its worldwide annual production coming from China. Tungsten, one of our other metals is #2 on that list and Bismuth which is also coming soon is #4. Please see the risk list link in the below. Antimony has been likened to a diamond in the rough in the second attached article posted earlier this year on kitco. Don't forget to own what's rare!