The world's largest companies are racing to secure supplies of one vital mineral resource called “Black Gold.”
Alex Reid thinks it could be the biggest investment opportunity of the next five years and at the center of it is one tiny graphite stock, currently trading for less than $1 per share.
The reason graphite is called “Black Gold” is because of three unique chemical properties that make it irreplaceable to our energy future.
Alex Reid is what our grandparents would call “green” to the investment newsletter space, having only launched Wealthpin last year. But he's been busy since then, making a number of recommendations, including a “Future Fuel” teaser that we reviewed here. I also just covered a closely related teaser dubbed “iFuel” Hydrogen Stocks for 100x Gains by Eric Fry.
Back to the teaser, the three things graphite does really well are:
- Conduct heat
- Conduct electricity
- Be extremely energy dense
Just think about this, if there weren’t multiple layers of graphite surrounding your cell phone’s battery, it would burn your hand every time you held it.
Now scale this up about 20x because the battery pack on a Tesla Model S is packed with 7,104 individual lithium-ion batteries. Those 1,200 pounds worth of batteries generate a tremendous amount of heat that would scorch your…behind if you sat down in a Tesla without graphite blanketing the battery.
Graphite Powers the Future
Given the molecular structure of graphite, which is a honeycomb-like energy sponge that soaks up electrons by the truckload.
The carbon element is absolutely essential to the functioning of rechargeable batteries, which are found in just about everything nowadays.
Thus, it isn't far-fetched to say that phones, tablets, electric vehicles, and the rapidly growing renewable energy market wouldn't be possible without graphite.
To show us exactly what he means, Alex has put together a special report called Tap into the “Black Gold” Rush for Massive Profits. Not very original, I know.
The Factors Behind the Graphite Perfect Storm
Aside from graphite's chemical qualities that are essential, there are several other catalysts making it indispensable.
According to the World Bank, 4.5 million metric tons of graphite will be required every year for the “green energy transition.” That’s more than triple the amount being produced today
Real Opportunity to Make 25,917%?
Graphite One is an exciting play for a few reasons.
First, the company is past the initial feasibility and permitting stage, meaning much of the long wait times associated with mining projects is now behind it. A great sign.
Second, in its most recent financial statement from Q4 2022. Graphite One lists its exploration property at a valuation of $48.8 million, with practically no liabilities on the other side of the balance sheet, apart from current accounts payable.
This property valuation should go up as soon as the company ships its first concentrate, something which could come as soon as 2024 if drilling commences this summer. Against this backdrop, the ability to buy a small stake at a valuation of just over $120 million isn't a bad risk/reward proposition.
Quick Recap & Conclusion
- Alex Reid is teasing a vital mineral resource called “Black Gold” and one small company is at the center of it.
- “Black Gold” is Graphite and the mineral is critical to the production of everything from electronics to electric vehicles…basically anything that requires a rechargeable battery.
- Alex has put together a special report called Tap into the “Black Gold” Rush for Massive Profits, which reveals the name and ticker symbol of his top graphite pick. It is only available to subscribers of the Wealthpin Pro investment research newsletter, which costs only $49.
- Fortunately, if you made it this far, you don't have to go through the hassle of subscribing, as we were able to reveal Alex's pick for free as Graphite One Inc. (OTC: GPHOF).
- Graphite One is currently selling at just over double the value of its Graphite Creek mining property alone, with no debt on the books. The risk/reward is in our favor on this one.
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