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Geovic Mining Corp NO:1 cobalt play!

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Neuigkeiten zur Geovic Mining Aktie

Begriffe und/oder Benutzer


Geovic ist an der TSX gelistet mit dem kürzel : GMC (nicht in deutschland handlbar!)

Da Geovic noch kein Thread auf W-O hatt starte ich mal so ein teil.

Gevoic Mining ist ein explorer mit fortgeschrittenem cobalt projekten in cameroon.
GMC ist erst seit dezember 2006 an der TSX gelistet.

Geovic hatt das wohl grösste cobalt projekt weltweit, baldproduzent, cobalt und nickel oberflächen nah, sehr günstige abbaukosten dank nickel als by produkt.

Cobalt ist noch wenig beachtet, doch wie der chart zeit das zu unrecht, der hype könnte bald beginnen!

grober fahrplan von GMC für das Nkamouna (60% GMC)projekt:

>Final Feasibility Study juni 2007
>minen bau anfang 2008 beginnend, und produktion geplant mitte 2009
>53 mio tonnen (proven and probable) (hier alle resourcen details:…
>produktion geplant: 4,000 tonnes per year (tpy) cobalt and 3,000 tpy nickel (21 jahre minen leben)
(man plant dabei die anlage grösser auzulegen um die kobalt produktion gegebenenfalls auf 6800 tonnen/jahr auszuweiten, dafür würden mehrkosten von 57mio$ anfallen)
>Cash Oper. Cost, $/lb Co 0.96$ (mit nickel credit)

Geovics hatt ne gute webseite:

48,14 mio shares @ mcap 166mio C$

am 5 märz 2007 wurde ein 54mio C$ PP abgeschlossen, es war stark überzeichnet und so wurden es total 21,6 mio sahres @ 2,5c$ (2,5c$ war fair, den da war damals auch der kurs!)

Hier pics und lagepläne aller projekte (lässt sich nicht einfügen hier, da flash pics) :

Geovic Cameroon (GeoCam) was formed in 1995 to explore a prospective area in Cameroon identified by a UN Development Program. GeoCam subsequently acquired exclusive rights and ownership to develop its cobalt-nickel deposits through a Mining Convention issued in 2002. A Mining Permit was decreed in favor of GeoCam in 2003 that covers the entire cobalt mineral province in southeastern Cameroon, perhaps the largest primary cobalt resource in the world. Geovic Mining Corp (GMC) owns 60.0% of GeoCam and controls operations. The National Investment Company of Cameroon,, controls 39.5%, owning 20%, and 0.5% is held by GMC President William A. Buckovic.

Based on a 2006 Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) and a Canadian National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report that includes proven and probable ore reserve estimates totaling 53 million tonnes, GeoCam plans to produce 4,000 tonnes per year (tpy) cobalt and 3,000 tpy nickel from 525,000 tpy of physically upgraded concentrates for 21 years from its Nkamouna deposit, the first of seven deposits to be developed. The Nkamouna mine reserve has been well defined by over 1,300 test pits and drill holes. Extensive physical upgrading, leach and solvent extraction tests, process flowsheets with equipment specifications and estimated capital and operating costs for the process plant were completed and incorporated into the 2006 study. High-grade cobalt and nickel oxides will be produced mainly to supply the fast-growing demand for hybrid electric vehicle batteries.

Mining will be relatively inexpensive as the deposits average less than 16 meters deep, and blasting is not required. The Nkamouna ore-body is large, predictable and open for further expansion. Since these specific ores are amenable to simple pre-concentration and leaching at atmospheric pressure with a low acid consumption, project capital costs may well be the lowest in the industry and operating costs will be highly competitive with global cobalt producers.

By mid-2006 GeoCam had submitted the environmental and social permitting documents to the government of Cameroon and had completed the required public hearing processes in Cameroon. Issuance of all permits necessary to construct and operate the Nkamouna project is expected by mid-2007.

GeoCam is completing a Final Feasibility Study (FFS) to advance the engineering and design of the project and to obtain debt financing. This study is scheduled for completion in June 2007 and will be based on a 30% increase to the PFS production rates.

Subject to receiving appropriate government approvals, it is planned in 2007 to install housing and office facilities and a small airstrip in the Nkamouna area to allow major construction to efficiently begin in early 2008, and thereby expedite commencement of production in mid-2009.

As capacities of many initial plant circuits are designed for twice the production rate while incurring slightly higher initial capital costs, only $57 million additional capital was estimated in the PFS to expand cobalt production to an average of 6,800 tonnes/year for 12 years. The Nkamouna project development and construction schedule is summarized below.

The Republic of Cameroon is politically and economically stable and continues to pro-actively institute economic reforms and governmental improvements through privatization and diversification. The Government strongly encourages foreign investment, including development of its natural resources, and has designated GeoCam as a Strategic Enterprise thereby qualifying the company to 50% reductions in taxes and business incentives.

Leider sind inzwischen schon die ersten kaufempfehlugen in übersee (baker,Lundin) draussen, da heisst es schnell sein mit sammeln :rolleyes: ich habe mich letzte woche eingedeckt, möchte noch mehr aber diese wirds kaum unter 3,5c$ > geben

hier einige stimmen / empfehlungen aus dem markt:

Dudley Baker: Geovic Mining Corporation - A Cobalt Opportunity with Warrants
Posted on December 12, 2006

Like Uranium, the price of Cobalt has dramatically increased and more than doubled – cobalt has gone from $15 to $30 per pound in just the last few months. Cobalt is primarily used for batteries (hybrid cars, cell phones etc.), super-alloys, and magnets. But there are few primary cobalt companies to choose from. In fact, we are only aware of one – the newly listed Geovic Mining Corp. (GMC-TSXV). Newsletter writer Dudley Baker focused on the leverage of Geovic Warrants (GMC.WT – TSXv) and detailed that Geovic has the largest primary cobalt deposits in the world. Thank you Dudley for allowing us to share with our audience.

Geovic Mining Corporation – A Cobalt Opportunity with Warrants

Geovic Mining Corp (GMC:TSX.V) is a new company which began trading on the TSX on December 4, 2006 and their warrants which we find particularly attractive (GMC.wt: TSX.V) began trading on Thursday, December 7th which we will analyze below. First let us provide a little background on GMC.

“Geovic, Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Geovic Mining Corp. has discovered and controls the world’s largest primary resource of cobalt located in Cameroon….The first of seven deposits to be developed will initially produce 4,000 tonnes of cobalt per year.”

GMC is based in Grand Junction, Colorado and owns and controls 60% directly and indirectly in Geovic Cameroon PLC (GeoCam). GeoCam is a private Cameroonian corporation which has exclusive rights and 100% ownership of a 1,250 square kilometer Mining Permit that covers the entire cobalt-nickel province.

Pre-feasibility numbers suggest that this deposit (the first of seven) will spin off enormous cash flows to the Company near $100M US after taxes and corporate overhead. This is based on three year average metal prices which are significantly lower than where Cobalt ($25/lb) and Nickel ($14/lb) are trading now. Assuming they issue another 25 – 30M shares sometime down the road for construction, net cash flow could equate to just shy of $1 per share.

On top of feasibility study is the potential to turn this deposit to a 100 year mine life, from the 5 other deposits Geovic has identified on their property. The ore is very shallow running 60 feet deep from surface, with virtually no pre-stripping, low Capex and very quick payback. IRR at 78% in my experience is virtually unheard of.

Analyst coverage has been swift with James Winston, (Winston’s Growth Stock Report) being the first and then Lawrence Roulston (Resource Opportunities) last week. Below we provide the links to their comments on Geovic Mining Corporation and encourage you to read their analysis and to visit the company’s website for additional information on this exciting new opportunity to invest in cobalt.

Winston’s Growth Stock Report – “New Pick: Geovic Mining Corporation”

Resource Opportunities – “Initiating Coverage: Geovic Mining Corporation”

Our specialty at Precious Metals Warrants is obviously warrants and we would like to provide you and our subscribers with our analysis on the Geovic Mining Corporation warrants:

Those of you reading this article and not familiar with warrants let me first define ‘what is a warrant’? A warrant is a security issued by the company giving you, the investor, the right but not the obligation to purchase the underlying common stock at a specific price and expiring on a specific date in the future. Warrants are frequently issued in connection with initial stock offerings, i.e. Geovic, and are usually added as what is referred to as an ‘equity kicker’, additional incentive for investors. In this case, the owners of one warrant of Geovic have the right, but not the obligation, to purchase one share of Geovic common shares as per the terms outlined below. The reason an investor should take a look at the warrants is due to the additional leverage they provide vs. the common stock.

We encourage readers not to get lost in the detail calculations but rather to look at the potential leverage the warrants offer of nearly 2:1 over the common stock and the long life of nearly 5 years remaining on the warrants.

Warrant Terms:

Symbol: common share GMC(TSX.V)
Symbol: warrant GMC.wt (TSX.V) (provides the bid/ask price)

Exercise Price: $2.75 Cdn
Expiry Date: 3-November-2011

Cusip number for the warrants: 373686112

Our leverage calculations are very conservative and we prefer to use what we call, “What If”. What if the common stock goes up 100%, 200%, 300%, etc, what will the warrants do or rather how will the warrants perform vs. the common stock.


In our opinion, the warrants are very attractive, as we said above, due to the long life remaining and the leverage potential versus the common stock. The overriding message is that Geovic gives investors the opportunity to invest in the base metals markets with their strong presence in cobalt and thus provides the investor the choice, depending on your level of risk, of investing in either the common shares or the long-term warrants.

Dudley Pierce Baker is the owner/editor of Precious Metals Warrants, a market data service which provides you with the details on all mining & energy companies with warrants trading on the U. S. and Canadian Exchanges. As new warrants are listed for trading we alert you via an e-mail blast. You are provided with links to the companies’ websites, links to quotes and charts, tips for placing orders and much, much more. We do not make any specific recommendations in our service. We do the work for you and provide you with the knowledge, trading tips and the confidence in placing your orders.

Disclaimer/Disclosure Statement: is not an investment advisor and any reference to specific securities does not constitute a recommendation thereof. The opinions expressed herein are the express personal opinions of Dudley Baker. Neither the information, nor the opinions expressed should be construed as a solicitation to buy any securities mentioned in this Service. Examples given are only intended to make investors aware of the potential rewards of investing in Warrants. Investors are recommended to obtain the advice of a qualified investment advisor before entering into any transactions involving stocks or Warrants.

Brien Lundin (goldnewsletter) hatt am 21.3.07 ebenfalls GMC empfohlen. hier der link dazu:

bei uns kennen GMC erst wenige, doch das dürfte sich bald ändern, für mich ein klares longinvest und endlich bekommen die uran und moly werte mal gute gesellschaft :D.
(mögen die deutschen zockerbriefe in weiter ferne bleiben!!!)
es gibt viele gute werte
die hier keinen thread haben

dafür gibts hier aber genug laufbänder :laugh:
und schrott threads :laugh:

es gibt noch weitere cobalt plays :)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.477.300 von Asynchronmaschine am 24.03.07 19:58:10jo bei W-0 in den top 10 sind oft werte die 0,0xxx das stück kosten, sowas ist nicht meine welt.

GMC = great money coming

oder GMC steht für : Gewinn Maschine Cobalplay, oder Geld Mony Cash :D

auf ne gute woche

James Winston: This is a great long term buy growth play that you could pass on to your Grandchildren

Winston's Growth Stock Report
Your Source for High Potential Stocks
Issue 54 Vol. 13December 13, 2006 Customer Service 1-800-528-0559
Geovic Mining A World Class Cobalt-Nickel Play
Cobalt and nickel are two commodities which are currently trading at record high prices.
Combine that fact with the world’s largest primary cobalt deposit which just happens to
be the most easily and economically mineable cobalt/nickel project on the planet - and
you’ve got yourself an easy double for investors with Geovic Mining as they gear up for
production in 2009.
In fact, Geovic is positioned to become the world’s largest producer of cobalt going
forward with their projects in Cameroon.
About Cameroon
Cameroon is one of those countries most people couldn’t identify on the map and that’s
because nothing bad ever happens there to warrant our attention. Located in West Africa,
the country is politically and economically stable. They are also receptive to foreign
investment. Aside from this cobalt deal, Exxon Mobil built a 3.5 billion-dollar pipeline in
Cameroon which is a testament to the confidence in the government and the stability of
the country.
The Properties
Geovic has a 60% interest in a 1,631 square km property that encompasses seven
The first one in development is called the Nkamouna. Its surface area is quite small,
encompassing about 10 square kms. However, its internal rate of return (IRR) is quite
A prefeasibility and 43-101 study were done on the Nkamouna project which showed the
property could produce with an IRR of 78%. That was based on a three year average
price for the metals. It has proven and probable reserves of 53 million tonnes at an ore
grade of .24% cobalt and .72% nickel. This deposit is 35 meters thick and is only 15
meters deep.
The payback on the Nkamouna mine alone is only 1.2 years and would be producing
4,000 tonnes per year of cobalt. The net present value using a 10% discount and after tax
would be US $317 million for Geovic’s 60% share. With the stock price at $2.90, the
fully diluted market cap is $250 million. The mine life of Nkamouna is estimated to be 21
The capital cost on this project is the lowest in the industry at $129 million. One of the
reasons for this is that all the deposits occur near surface so extraction is easy. Thus,
operating costs are only 42 cents per pound, pre-tax and including nickel credits. Using
three years of nickel prices in the model, nickel will be providing about 20% of the
Pre-Feasibility Numbers
• Internal Rate of Return - 78% - 3-year average metal prices
• Payback - 1.2 Years - produce 4,000 tonnes per year cobalt
• NPV 10% Discount - $317M US - this is Geovic’s after tax share)
• Capex - $129M - An Industry Low
• Operating Expenses - $0.42 Cobalt - pre-tax and net of nickel credits
• Current Mine Life -21 years - 1st of seven deposits
• Projected Cash Flow per Year - $US100M (100%)
The final feasibility and permits are expected to be completed by mid 2007.
Immediately north of the Nkamouna deposit is the Mada deposit which has a 43-101
inferred resource of 145 million tons with a grade of .21% cobalt and .48% nickel. This
area has not been fully drilled in strike length or to depth. Geovic’s management believe
they could triple the resource on this deposit.
In addition there are five other deposits, so this project will be around for a long time –
beyond anyone’s lifetime!
The unique characteristics of the cobalt make this project a world class deposit:
The cobalt mineralization in Cameroon is higher grade then any other laterite cobalt
deposit in the world. The cobalt itself has large grains which are unusual. Given the
unique structure of the cobalt and the ease of mining it, the ore is upgraded by a factor of
3 by using low cost concentration methods which triples the rate of return for the
company and the net present value.
This is what makes this project such a good investment and that’s why the economic
performance of these deposits will be so strong.
Because of the simplicity of this project and given the low capital costs, production can
be doubled on the first project at 8,000 tonnes of cobalt for less then $60 million.
The open pit will be less then 16 meters deep and is easily dug out with front end loaders
and bulldozers.
After processing the course concentrate on site, the end product would be pure enough to
send directly to a battery manufacturer or other industrial user.
The Supply and Demand of Cobalt
The supply side of cobalt is extremely tight right now. All the production now mined is
immediately bought up in the market which has left inventories empty. Not surprisingly,
the price of cobalt has recently doubled to $30.
Though market watchers don’t expect these heady prices to last, demand will stay strong
for years to come.
In my mind, the biggest reason for this revolves around our favorite mode of
transportation, the car.
Today the world produces 60 million cars and light trucks per year. In 25 years that will
number will grow to over 90 million.
Now with oil and gas prices at much higher levels and with air pollution creating health
concerns in major cities around the world, the auto industry and governments alike are
pushing toward hybrid vehicles.
With global warming becoming such a HUGE disaster in the making as well, I can see
this transition occurring very quickly over the coming years.
Cobalt is a key ingredient needed to make the batteries in hybrid cars.
When you consider today’s already tight cobalt market, there won’t be enough supply to
handle those projected demands except Geovic has deposits which could double, triple or
quadruple production very quickly going forward.
Cameroon and Geovic could very well become the world’s “swing producer” of cobalt in
the same way that Saudi Arabia turns on the oil taps when global supplies get tight.
Cobalt is also used in the construction of jet engines, batteries for cell phones, laptops
and other battery devices.
Last year the market for cobalt was 55,000 tonnes and this demand is expected to
increase to about 95,000 tonnes over the next decade according to the number crunchers
who are not projecting the rapid production rise of hybrid cars.
Jack Sherborne – Chairman and CEO – 36 years executive management experience in
energy and mineral industry with Unocal.
William Buckovic – President – 32 years of mineral exploration experienced. 20
international laterite nickel cobalt deposits for Unocal and others
David Beling – Executive VP and C00 – 42 years engineering, management and
executive experience having financed, developed, and operated international mines.
Gary Morris – Sr. Vice President – 32 years mineral exploration, land, resource and
environment management with Unocal and Western Nuclear
Greg Hill – CFO – 30 years experience in mineral, energy, and technology finance and
strategic planning
Given projected first year cash flow of $100 Million for the project, I would say those are
bonanza type figures. However we are just talking about the first project that has a mine
life of 21 years. There are six more deposits just waiting in the wings.
The rest of the district has potential of 1 billion resource tonnes, though not 43-101
compliant numbers, the upside is potentially very blue sky while the downside risk is
Currently the Net Present Value of Geovic’s share of production are $317 million using a
10% discount. With the price at $2.90, the market cap is $250 million on 86 million
shares – leaving 78 cents in valuation. The kicker is that the Nkamouna mine alone can
easily double production – and hence it’s NPV – for only US$60 million. Plus there’s
ample potential with the other six deposits. Going forward I would expect a big increase
in Geovic’s reserve numbers which will also increase the NPV.
Geovic is the type of stock you can buy now while it’s cheap and ride up in the years
ahead as the cash flow and production start to build.
This is a great long term buy growth play that you could pass on to your Grandchildren.


Winston's Growth Stock Report
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March 12, 2007 Customer Service 1-800-528-0559
You Thought Cobalt was Blue? It is now the “Green” Base Metal
At Winston’s Growth Stock Report we try to discover the undiscovered.
We work to find opportunities in the market where company fundamentals
make so much sense, yet the stock seems to be unrewarded by the market
These fundamentals exist in the Cobalt market so strongly right now
that we felt it was prudent to write this special report to alert
subscribers and investors of the coming opportunity.
What is Cobalt used for?
Cobalt has many uses, but the two main applications are 1) its use for
batteries in Hybrid Cars and 2) wireless devices such as cell phones,
laptops, and videogame consoles. So the two key drivers of cobalt are
also two of the key drivers of today’s global society – more convenient
personal communications, and the more environmentally conscious age we
live in – giving good old blue cobalt a new green tinge.
Four to five pounds of cobalt is used in every hybrid car that is
manufactured. Cobalt works better at high temperatures than many other
metals; it lasts longer in batteries, and is more conductive than many
other metals. Hybrid cars have a second engine that uses electricity
to fuel the car, producing almost no harmful carbon dioxide emissions –
making them appeal to environmentally conscious buyers. And they are
selling very well. Hybrids are a fast growing market - for life, not
for just this commodity cycle. All the major North American and
Japanese auto manufacturers are on record as saying they will produce
many more hybrid cars.
"The hybrids have been profitable since very early on," said Toyota
Motor Sales U.S.A spokesman Wade Hoyt. "We're not losing money on it.
It's not a charity operation. We see the market as expanding."
It is an accelerating trend to promote “green” amongst politicians and
entertainment stars. We witnessed this in Oscar nominated documentary
“The Inconvenient Truth” by Ex Vice President Al Gore mentioning Hybrid
cars is a simple way for citizens to do their part in reducing CO2
emissions. In Canada, British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell
announced to the media that he and his wife both drive Hybrids. In
addition here are just some of the celebrities that are promoting and
driving Hybrid vehicles; Cameron Diaz, Charlize Theron, Billy Joel, Tom
Hanks, Will Ferrell, Julia Roberts, to name a few. This exposure is
going to create critical mass, a tipping point, of grassroots support
for the world to slow down climate change. Hybrid cars will be a big
part of that. We suggest subscribers look at taking advantage of this
huge greening political and media trend.
Personal electronics equipment often only use an ounce of cobalt – or
less. But each of those batteries gets replaced every couple years,
and there are BILLIONS of them. Cell phones, laptops, computers,
personal music devices are moving around the globe into many new
cultures. The customer base for these items is rising fast, especially
in Asia. Battery sales for personal electronics double every 10 years,
with some sources saying every five years. The cobalt wave is just
Cobalt currently trades at just north of $25 per pound. It has almost
doubled over the last year but still continues to run under everybody’s
radar. (Click here for a chart). Cobalt inventories are low – one
source suggested only a few days’ supply with no major new mines coming
on line for at least 2-3 years. Result – higher cobalt prices. Even new
production is only guesstimated to meet rising demand.
The Coming Cobalt Wave
The issue at hand for investors is how to position themselves in
investments that will benefit from the recent rise in cobalt price –
and whatever increases may happen in the future. There are very few
publicly traded cobalt plays out there. I suggest you find them and get
invested and ride their coat tails. As we saw with Uranium, the
companies that had production or advanced deposits enjoyed the
healthiest gains because there were very few to choose from. Now,
imagine a world of capital trying to squeeze into the one or two pure
cobalt plays.
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Junior Gold and Natural Resource Sector Report
February 15, 2007
Targeting a Tight Cobalt Market
The Cobalt Market
It isn’t as hot as Uranium or as precious as Gold but cobalt’s profile will continue to grow the coming months and
years. The price has almost doubled from US$16 - $30 per pound these past few months due to supply issues and
steady buyers. The issue at hand for investors though, is that there are precious few public cobalt companies.
It is becoming apparent that there is huge potential for companies positioned to provide a stable supply of cobalt.
Demand is increasing into what is a very tight physical market, and there is real fear that current supply could be
This is from a recent story from “"It's just been non-stop," said one London trader.”This
January is the busiest in 30 years." He has paid $26.25 for Russian metal, predicting the shortage of stocks will
send prices higher still. Consumers are so desperate for metal they are calling him at 11 in the evening, he said.
He predicted cobalt prices will rise above $30 before the end of the month.”
The only cobalt-focused companies on my radar screen are Geovic Mining Corp (GMC-TSXv) developing its
open pit cobalt-nickel deposits in Cameroon, Africa, and Formation Capital (FCO-TSXv), developing a cobalt
deposit in Idaho.
Cobalt inventories are low – one source suggested only a few days’ supply. Cobalt is used extensively in batteries
for hybrid cars (both nickel and lithium ion) and many electronic devices – cell phones, laptops etc., all of which are
experiencing increasing sales. Inventories are low around the world, at a time when demand is picking up.
Since 1993 cobalt prices were held down largely by sales from the U.S. Government stockpile, and lower grade
cobalt material coming from the former Soviet Union. With these sources depleting, the market has little inventory
to draw from, now relying primarily on new production.
In late 2006 Russia-based Norilsk, already accounting for 20% of the world’s nickel and cobalt production,
announced the buyout of U.S.-based OM Group’s (OMG) substantial nickel interests. OMG was the world’s largest
producer and manufacturer of cobalt products as a by-product of their nickel production. Now, Norilsk controls a
much larger slice of the pie, and the market remembers their recent resolve to withhold supply in an effort to buoy
cobalt prices.
As part of their takeover agreement, Norilsk entered into a 5-year supply agreement with OMG to provide them with
6,500 mt/yr of cobalt in various grades, but there is uncertainty about how OMG will distribute these diminished
supplies. The cobalt market is increasingly nervous that spot supplies will stall; when the Norilsk-OMA agreement
was announced, market-savvy cobalt consumers immediately tried to increase stockpiles.
Then BHP Billiton stopped selling cobalt. Though it only controls two per cent of the market, that move quickly
strengthened an already tight physical market. The market’s reaction to these events, coupled with already
substantial and further expected increases in demand, drove the cobalt price from US$16 to nearly US$30 per
pound during the last four months of 2006.
Although there is no tertiary market for cobalt like the LME or COMEX, price transparency is provided by quotations
through sources like Platt’s Metal Week, Metal Bulletin and BHP Billiton’s Cobalt Open Sales Systems at Additional cobalt information is also available from the US Geological Survey
( and The Cobalt Development Institute
Users obtain cobalt from traders, producers, government stockpiles and private inventories through negotiated
agreements, bids and open market purchases.
Cobalt Use
Cobalt is an element that has many diverse applications:
2005 Global Cobalt Use % of Market
Batteries - Cell phones, computers, hybrid vehicles, portable tools, etc. 22
Super alloys - Turbine blades, mainly for jet engines 22
Chemicals - Includes pigments and dyes 19
Wear Resistant Alloys - Hard facing and cobalt carbide 19
Catalysts - Includes Gas-to-Liquid conversions 11
Magnets - High performance applications 7
During the last three years, cobalt use in rechargeable batteries grew by 284%. Nickel metal hydride and lithium
ion batteries all contain cobalt and are used in hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), electric vehicles, laptop computers,
cell phones, portable tools and electronic devices. The fastest growing segment of battery applications is for
HEVs since they reduce air pollution and fuel consumption by at least 50% compared to conventional vehicles.
The HEV “plug-in” option, which includes an extra battery that may be charged from electrical outlets, would
further decrease fuel consumption and be even more environmentally friendly while increasing cobalt demand.
The Toyota Prius HEV was named 2004 Motor Trend Car of the Year and 2005 European Car of the Year. Toyota
estimates sales of one million hybrid vehicles per year by 2012, and will offer all Toyota and Lexus models as
hybrids. General Motors, Ford, Daimler-Chrysler, Mercedes and others are attempting to catch up with Toyota’s
hybrid success. China anticipates that a high percentage of its domestic car market will be HEVs and electric
vehicles by 2030.
Nearly all current HEVs use nickel-metal hydride batteries that contain about 22 pounds of nickel and 3 to 5 pounds
of cobalt. Lithium-ion batteries containing 5 to 7 pounds of cobalt are expected to dominate future HEV markets
because they charge in minutes rather than hours and offer many other economic and technical advantages.
Cobalt Supply and Demand
Cobalt consumption in 1995 was only 24,000 tonnes, but during the past 10 years has grown at an average rate of
12.9% per year, and continues to grow.
Approximately 41 percent of the world’s cobalt produced in 2005 was a by-product of nickel from sulfide and
laterite deposits. An additional 53 percent was produced as a by-product of copper, mainly in the Democratic
Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Zambia. The remaining 6% of cobalt production comes from small primary
producers in Morocco and Uganda. Cobalt prices fluctuate significantly, partly in response to labor and political
unrest as experienced recently in New Caledonia and historically in the DRC.
Demand profile:
Annual Cobalt Use
Year Increase % Tonnes
2006 actual 9.1 60,000
2007 8.9 65,000
2008 8.7 71,000
2009 8.5 77,000
2010 8.3 83,000
2011 8.2 90,000
2012 7.9 97,000
2013 7.7 105,000
2014 7.5 113,000
2015 7.3 121,000
Source: Actual supply and demand by USGS, The Cobalt Development Institute and Geovic Mining Corp.
Potential New Production Coming On-line
One newly-listed primary cobalt producer, Geovic Mining Corp., is developing a major Cobalt/Nickel deposit in
Cameroon, Africa. The project is expected to reach an annual production rate of 4,000 tonnes (8.8 million pounds)
of cobalt, and 3,000 tonnes (6.6 million pounds) of nickel over a 22-year life from the first of seven deposits
located within their mine permit. The Company is poised to expand its cobalt and nickel production as market
demand for these metals increases over the coming decades, as the hybrid vehicle market and other cobalt
markets expand. Cobalt’s growth rate is expected to not only continue, but even accelerate with the expanding
use of cobalt world wide.
The chart below suggests that the market will easily absorb increased cobalt production. The indicated supply
deficits in 2007 and 2008 are a result of increasing demand and expected lag in production from projects proposed
by other companies.


KAufn & liegen lassen, auch wen der cobalt preis stärker zurück kommen sollte, was ja sehr unwahrscheindlich ist bei der nachfrage, GMC ist so oder so bald hochprofitabel!
geovic ein top play, weniger risiko für ne 300% chance gibts nicht oft!
canacord hatt die letzten tage abverkauft und einiges geshortet, die werden den kurs nicht lange beim anstieg stören.

komisch schreit ein deutscher BB kaufen XYX= billig, zahlt jeder 50%+ aufpreis noch am selben tag.
fundamental eine so saubere aktie mit solchem chancen/risk verhältniss wie geovic interessiert kein schwein hier...
Da geovic nicht in deutschland handelbar ist bleiben die zocker anscheinend aussen vor, mir solls recht sein. :D
ich halte hier die stellung, ok ist bei dem verlauf auch kein müssen.

nebenbei: für geovic gibts auch 2 warrants mit langer laufzeit, die sind nicht so liquide und nur in can handelbar, aber es lässt sich noch ein schöner hebel zusätzlich ansetzen.

4.24C$ + 0.65 (18.11%)

mist ganz so schnell sollte es nicht gehn, wollte nochmal @ 3,5c$ nachlegen.

ende jahr bei 8-10$ wäre ok!
Der eine BB lobt den weltgrössten künftigen cobalt produzenten in höchsten tönen, kursziel 27c$ bis september 07.
Es ist zwar reisserisch gschrieben aber eine paar punkte treffen es recht gut darum kopiere ich den text mal rein hier:

obwohl er den namen nicht nennt, es ist logischerweise 100% sicher gmc ;)

I've just isolated the next "prospector" stock.
As you'll see in a moment, this tiny $2 mineral exploration company is hands down the single most lucrative investment I've seen in the last five years.

Could this $2 stock deliver a 6,100% gain like Western Prospector? Well, that might be a bit optimistic.

But I'm absolutely confident this stock could hit $27 in the next 12 months. In the long run, it could soar to $55 per share.

Not only is this target price likely... I believe it's a near certainty. You'll see why in just a moment.

And here's the best part: While this stock is too small for me to recommend to my 27,000 readers... I've figured out a way to share it with you today!

This is a very exciting time for me. As you can imagine, I've been going near crazy the last couple years... watching these "prospector" stocks skyrocket... and not being able to tell anyone about them!

I'm not about to let this next stock get away.

Like I said, this next "prospector" could be the biggest winner of all.

Most people don't know about this company yet. It's too small. But in the coming months, I bet we'll see big institutions and mutual funds begging to buy this stock for $12... $14... even $17 per share.

You can get in today for $2!

I'll tell you how to buy shares of this company in just a moment. But first, let me give you the fascinating background story on this tiny mineral mining company.

Devil in a Blue Dress
If you follow the financial news, you know that commodities and natural resources have been in a major bull market for the last few years. In fact, the CRB Index -- which is a measure of commodity prices -- recently hit its highest level since 1980.

What's behind this staggering rise in commodity prices? Well, in most cases, it's a simple matter of supply and demand.

The world is gobbling up natural resources at an incredible clip. At the same time, our supply of natural resources is diminishing. We are simply running low on everything from oil to gas to iron to aluminum to copper to uranium.

Of course, investors who have gotten in on commodities before they make their price run have made a fortune. And while most commodities have had their big run... a virtually unknown natural resource is just starting to make its move.

This resource is cobalt, a transition metal closely related to nickel.

The word cobalt is derived from the German kobalt, meaning "goblin" or "devil," a term that gold miners used because they thought that the bluish metal was worthless.

But cobalt is far from worthless...

For centuries, cobalt has been used to create beautiful blue glass, ceramics, pottery, and tile.

In fact, traces of cobalt were found in Egyptian artifacts dating back to 2,600 B.C.

Of course, today, cobalt is used for much more than color.

Essential to Modern Society!
Chemical & Engineering News reports that cobalt has recently undergone a significant transformation from an "ugly duckling" of no interest to miners... into a "swan" of strategic industrial importance.

It might surprise you to learn the countless ways cobalt is essential to our daily lives. From cobalt's applications in health, communications, and national defense... modern society could not function without cobalt.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reports that for many commercial, industrial and military applications, there is
NO SUBSTITUTE for cobalt.

Cobalt is used in cell phones, rechargeable batteries, hard-disk drives, memory chips, radial tires, drill bits, paints and inks, satellites, turbine blades, and even solar panels.

And get this: Because cobalt has an unusually high melting point (2,723 Fahrenheit), it's able to withstand extreme temperatures that would destroy conventional metals like steel and aluminum. This makes cobalt absolutely essential in the production of jet engines and guided missiles.

And listen: New applications for cobalt are being discovered constantly, and some of them are starting to radically transform whole industries.

Take hybrid cars for example...

According to Booz Allen Hamilton, hybrids are spreading like wildfire, and could account for more than 20% of new cars by 2010. That's 4 million new hybrids coming out every year.

And guess what?

Cobalt is a key ingredient in hybrid vehicles. In fact, hybrids use five pounds of cobalt... in nearly every car!

But perhaps the most important use of cobalt is by the United States military.

A Matter of National Security
Not only is cobalt important to the U.S. military... it's a matter of national security.

You see, cobalt is critical to the production of military aircraft, defense satellites, guided missiles, tanks, and even submarines. Without cobalt, it would be virtually impossible to produce many defense products such as jet engines, missile components, or electronic components.

In fact, cobalt is so vital to our national defense that the United States government has classified it as a "strategic material."

Cobalt received its "strategic" classification under the Strategic and Critical Stockpiling Act (50 U.S.C. 98-h-2).

According to this law, a "strategic material" is a commodity whose lack of availability would seriously affect the economic, industrial, and defense capability of the United States.

Further, this law requires that cobalt be stockpiled at 20 locations throughout the country so that the United States is not dependent on foreign sources of cobalt.

Bottom line: Cobalt is vital to our national defense.

Problem is, despite the Stockpiling Act, the United States is almost completely dependent on foreign sources of cobalt.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the United States DID NOT mine or refine cobalt in 2006.

Our domestic production was ZERO. That means the United States must rely on foreign sources for nearly all its cobalt needs.

And here's the worst part: As the demand for cobalt is soaring, the world is facing a severe supply shortage that could be devastating to the United States.

That's because Russia is moving to dominate the cobalt market for its own political gain.

What's worse, the Kremlin is not shy about using violence and intimidation to get its way.

Evil Kremlin Rising
As you may know, the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991.

At that time, then-President Boris Yeltsin launched a massive privatization of Russia's state-owned enterprises.

This resulted in one of the greatest transfers of wealth ever seen, as a small group of business tycoons -- known as "oligarchs" -- claimed some of the world's most valuable natural resources including oil, gas, nickel, and... cobalt.

At the end of 1999, Boris Yeltsin resigned as Russia's President, and appointed his successor, a former KGB agent named Vladimir Putin. Yeltsin believed Putin would nurture Russia's burgeoning democracy.

But the opposite has happened...

In fact, during his reign, Putin has taken strides to roll back democracy, and transfer wealth and power away from the Russian people... and back into the hands of the Kremlin.

"Putin is imposing dictatorship the old-fashion way" reports The Washington Post.

And Britain's Financial Times agrees, saying that Putin "took a chainsaw to the fragile roots of Russian democracy."

According to Time magazine, Putin has already seized control of Russia's major television networks, and driven media tycoon Boris Berezovsky into exile.

In addition, Putin has stocked the Russian government with his KGB cronies.

"It's the beginning of a constitutional coup d'etat," said Sergei Mitrokhin, a former parliamentary leader from the liberal Yabloko party. "It's a step toward dictatorship."

And the Moscow Times concurs: "Russia is full of fear. Businessmen and politicians are afraid of Vladimir Putin. [Putin] relishes the fear. The greater the fear, the stronger his power."

According to The Moscow News, Russian businessmen are forced to pay millions of dollars annually to the Kremlin and render financial support to pro-Putin political forces.

And here's the thing you need to understand: As a former KGB thug, Putin will do whatever it takes to get what he wants.

Enemy of the State
In fact, reports that in July 2006, the Russian legislature passed a law making it LEGAL for the Kremlin to kill "enemies of the state."

And make no mistake: People who don't follow the Kremlin's orders quickly end up in jail... or worse.

"The kinds of deaths and murders in Moscow today are wholly different from those of the 1990s," explains Vanity Fair investigative reporter Brian Burrough. "Then the killings were products of the struggle to control Russia's newly privatized businesses. Today, the people who are dying are mostly 'enemies of the state' -- journalists, whistle-blowers, regulators, and dissidents."

Do you doubt it? Well, consider this:

On Oct. 7, 2006, a Russian journalist, Anna Politkovskaya, who had criticized Putin, was shot in the head and killed in the elevator of her Moscow building.

And in November 2006, Alexander Litvinenko, a former KGB agent who had publicly denounced Putin, died in a London hospital.

The cause of death? Litvinenko was poisoned with a radioactive element called polonium 210.

A Scotland Yard investigation revealed that Litvinenko had visited with two KGB men on the day he was poisoned. Further, telltale traces of polonium 210 were found everywhere the two KGB agents had been.

Many international experts believe that Litvinenko was a victim of a Kremlin orchestrated assassination... retribution for his "unpatriotic" words about Putin.

Bottom line: Across the board, people in Russia fear for their safety. And there is one sector in particular in which Russian President Putin has a seemingly insatiable appetite.

Putin Devours Natural Resources
In today's Russia, owning a natural resource company is a flat-out dangerous occupation. In fact, some of Russia's wealthiest resource barons have gone from the boardroom... to a jail cell... practically overnight.

For example, in October 2003, Kremlin soldiers stormed the private jet of Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

Khodorkovsky, a billionaire oligarch and chairman of Russia's largest oil company, was beaten, thrown into a Moscow jail, and charged with tax evasion.

Khodorkovsky was then banished to a Siberia prison camp while the Kremlin took control of his $12 billion company,
Yukos Oil.

Of course, Mr. Khodorkovsky is not alone in his suffering.

According to The New York Times, Russia has taken several steps to tighten its state control over energy resources. In fact, nearly every natural resource company in Russia has been ripped from private hands and put under the Kremlin's control.

Why would Putin go to such extreme measures to take natural resource companies under Kremlin control?

Simple. Control of Russia's natural resources allows Putin to exercise tremendous political power on the world stage.

Russia's crude use of natural resources for political gain is an old story. For years Moscow has been using its control over natural gas to reward neighbors who submit to its political will, such as Belarus, and punish those who seek greater independence, such as Georgia and Moldova.

According to The Washington Post, Putin shut off gas supplies to the Ukraine in order to undermine its democratic and pro-Western government.

On July 29, 2006, the Kremlin halted oil shipments to Lithuania. And in January 2007, Russia shut off crude oil supplies to Germany, Poland and other parts of Eastern Europe, all in an effort to exercise political muscle.

Vice President Dick Cheney has accused Putin of using natural resources as tools of intimidation and blackmail.

And now, Putin is making his move on the lucrative cobalt market... and he is willing to crush anyone who gets in his way.

Do you doubt it? Well, just ask Mikhail Prokhorov...

A Billionaire Bordello
in the French Alps

Mikhail Prokhorov is the CEO of Norilsk Nickel, the world's largest producer of nickel and cobalt.

The company is massive. In fact, its volume of output accounts for nearly 2% of Russia's Gross Domestic Product.

Bottom line: The company is highly valuable to the Kremlin. In fact, according to Forbes magazine, Norilsk is one of Russia's last natural resource assets controlled by the private sector.

And word is that Putin has been pushing for some time to gain control of Norilsk.

Thing is, Mr. Prokhorov is a flamboyant billionaire who loves his status and power. And although the pressure has been growing, Prokhorov has been slow to relinquish control of his company.

That all changed in January 2007...

While Mr. Prokhorov was on a ski vacation at the exclusive Courchevel resort in the French Alps... he was arrested and charged with running a high-end prostitution ring.

Despite his vehement denial of all charges, Prokhorov was held in jail for four days.

Many international experts believe that Prokhorov's incarceration was a warning shot from Putin: "Give up Norilsk, or join the other oligarchs in Siberia."

As you can imagine, Prokhorov got Putin's message... loud and clear. With his fellow oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky rotting in a Siberian prison camp, Prokhorov decided it was in his best interest to get out of Putin's way.

So, within days of being released from jail, Prokhorov signed control of Norilsk Nickel over to his Kremlin-friendly associate, Vladimir Potanin.

Bottom line: Putin is in prime position to gain control of Russia's lucrative cobalt empire.

Commodity Blackmail!
This is very bad news for the United States.

According to industry expert Richard Reinhard of Web site Resource Investor, Russia has a history of restricting cobalt supplies to increase its profits.

Cobalt inventories are already low. And now that the Kremlin has moved to secure its position, cobalt prices are soaring.

In fact, prices have nearly doubled...

According to the Web site Metal-Pages, one London commodity trader says that cobalt market is the busiest it's been in 30 years.

"It's just been non-stop," says the trader, reporting that organizations are so desperate for cobalt, they are paging him in the middle of the night.

And it gets worse...

On Feb. 7, 2007, the EU approved the sale of giant cobalt company, OM Group (OMG) to Norilsk. OMG is the largest producer of cobalt by-products on the planet.

Consequently, the Kremlin has gained even greater leverage over the global cobalt market.

And make no mistake: Russia has no intention of playing nice with the United States.

According to the International Herald Tribune, the relationship between Russia and the United States has reached its lowest point since the Soviet Union collapsed a decade and a half ago.

And now, because of its complete cobalt dominance, Russia is positioned to influence America's most vital industries... including national defense.

Obviously, this poses a serious problem for several U.S. industries, not to mention the United States military.

Says international economic expert and best-selling financial author, J. Christoph Amberger: "The Kremlin is positioned to exert its political will on the United States via 'commodity blackmail,' just like it did with the Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova."

"It's got what we desperately need," explains Amberger. "It's as simple as that."

Fortunately, a $2 tiny mining consortium has discovered a massive supply of cobalt that will put an end to Russia's ruthless extortion.

Tiny U.S. Mining Consortium Stuns Kremlin --
Secures Cobalt Fortune!
As it turns out, the most lucrative source of cobalt is not in Russia. It's in the tiny country of Cameroon... on Africa's rugged West Coast.

And although Russia would love to get its hands on Cameroon's cobalt riches... a tiny $2 U.S. company has already beaten it to the punch.

Good news for U.S. industry and military operations. And even better news for early investors who could ride this $2 stock all the way to $27 per share by September 2007.

Let me give you the details on this remarkable opportunity:

Back in 1981, the United Nations launched a development program in Cameroon. The idea was to use local mineral resources to help fight poverty in the African country.

And the project initially proved promising. In fact, the U.N. found a large nickel mine. But because nickel prices were so low at the time, the discovery didn't draw much attention.

But in 1994, a veteran geologist named Bill Stevanovich (not his real name) became aware of the Cameroon nickel discovery. After reviewing samples, Stevanovich realized that the mine had an unusually high level of cobalt.

Further investigation revealed that the Cameroon site held the single-largest cobalt supply on the planet!

Stevanovich quickly formed a company, CobalCam, Inc. (not its real name) and began feasibility studies on the Cameroon cobalt mine.

It quickly became clear that the mine was an absolute fortune just waiting to happen. Not only was there a massive supply of cobalt at the location, but the cobalt was very close to the earth's surface. This meant that mining costs would be minimal... and profits would be mind-shattering.

Of course, news of Cameroon's lucrative cobalt mine spread, and every mining outfit on the planet was watering at the mouth for a piece of the action.

Stevanovich worked to position himself with the Cameroon government, but it was a toss-up as to who would get the mine.

Finally, the U.S. government decided that the Cameroon cobalt reserved needed to be in U.S. hands.

So... Cameroon's President Biya was invited to a private meeting at the White House with President Bush in March 2003.

It was the first time the presidents of the two countries had ever met.

What did Bush promise President Biya? No one knows for sure... but days after the meeting, CobalCam was granted an exclusive contract to develop the Cameroon cobalt mine.

Think about that...

A $10 Billion Fortune!
With cobalt prices soaring... and Russia holding back supply... this tiny $2 company owns the largest cobalt mine on the planet.

In fact, it is estimated that the mine has $10 billion worth of cobalt!

It has exclusive rights to the entire region.

In effect, CobalCam has joined forces with the Cameroon government to form a cartel over the most lucrative cobalt source on the planet.

And it gets better...

The Cameroon mine is so rich with cobalt that you can practically scoop it out of the ground with a toy shovel.

That means mining costs are very low. In fact, they are lower than anywhere else in the world... only 96 cents per pound.

Remember: Cobalt is selling for $30 per pound. With the Kremlin restricting supply, cobalt prices could easily soar to over $50 per pound.

And CobalCam Inc. can pull it out of the ground and process it for a mere 96 cents per pound.

Its profit margins are enormous. And with exclusive rights to $10 billion in cobalt, this $100 million company is set to skyrocket.

And here's the best part for you: Until now, this tiny company has been unavailable for public investment. But on Dec. 6, 2006, it began trading on a major exchange.

Although most people don't know this stock exists, it will soon be on the BUY LIST of every major brokerage house and institutional buyer in the country.

When Wall Street catches wind of this opportunity, the stock is likely to soar tenfold just like nearly every other mining company over the last couple years.

Remember: Western Prospector jumped 6,100% in just three years. CobalCam could be headed for the same results.

The only question: How high will it go?

This $2 stock is worth
$60 per share. Here's why:
In addition to the initial site, CobalCam also has the rights to SIX ADDITIONAL MINES that could be even BIGGER.

Realistically, it could be sitting on over $60 billion in cobalt. If that's the case, this tiny $100 million company could be worth up to $120 per share.

Now, CobalCam's main competitor, Norilsk Nickel, trades at $160 per share on the OTC market. So that price is a very real possibility.

But let's be conservative, and put those additional mines aside. Let's just focus on the initial mine... worth $10 billion.

Now, the Cameroon government gets 40% of the take... so let's cut that $10 billion number to $6 billion for CobalCam.

And although the production costs are very low, let's go ahead and knock the $6 billion down to $3 billion.

So let's say CobalCam's cobalt assets alone are worth an easy $3 billion.

At $2 per share, CobalCam has a market cap of just $100 million.

(By the way, the "market cap" is just a measure of a company's market value. It's the value of all outstanding shares of stock, and basically determines how much the company would sell for on the open market. In this case, the company could be purchased for $100 million.)

That means the company is trading for one-thirtieth of its real value!

That means, CobalCam could realistically trade up to $60, and still be fairly valued.

Could it go that high?

Absolutely! Remember Western Prospector? It soared 6,100% in just three years. And as I mentioned, CobalCam's competitor, Norilsk Nickel, trades for $166 per share on the OTC market in New York.

So a target price of $60 would certainly be realistic.

But let's get even more conservative...

Ultra-Conservative Target Price:
$27 by September 22, 2007
Listen: I've racked up winners for my BreakAway Investor readers by being realistic. By being cautious.

And I'd rather err on the conservative side.

So, let's look at the worst-case scenario. In fact, let's cut CobalCam's $3 billion value in half... to $1.5 billion.

Bottom line: At $1.5 billion, CobalCam's stock is worth 15 times its current price of $2.

That's $30 per share. And I believe that's exactly where it's headed. Listen to this:

It's Happening Right Now!
On March 8, 2007, CobalCam traded over 1.4 million shares. That's 25 times its average daily volume. And on March 14, 2007, the stock traded a staggering 5.4 million shares.

That's over 70 times its average daily volume!

This is a volume spike of astronomical proportions, and I believe this surge can only mean one thing:

Big institutional traders and mutual funds have discovered CobalCam... and are loading up for a big payday.

This is the kind of massive trading volume that sent Western Prospector skyrocketing 6,100%. It's the kind of volume that sent Paladin Resources soaring 2,000%. And it's the kind of trading volume that sent Strathmore Minerals bolting 2,850%!

Make no mistake: This $2 stock is on the move... things are heating up fast... and I believe the stock could easily hit $27 by September 22, 2007.

Sound crazy?

It's happened before. Many times. I've already told you about the numerous "prospector" stocks that have jumped tenfold in the last couple years.

I told you how Skye went from $1.75 to $17.50.

And how U.S. Gold went from $1 to $10.30.

And how Western Prospector jumped 6,100%... turning early investors into flat-out millionaires.

Listen to me now: I am absolutely confident that this tiny $2 cobalt miner could deliver similar returns.

In the coming weeks, I believe we'll see big mutual funds and institutional buyers begging to buy shares of CobalCam for $8, $10, even $12 per share.

You can get in today for a mere $2...

Of course, a micro-cap stock like this is too small for me to recommend to my 27,000 readers...

But it is something I could recommend to a much smaller group...

Small Private Group = Big Advantage
As the editor of BreakAway Investor, my goal is to help people make quick conservative gains.

And I've done just that. In fact, in the last few years alone, BreakAway Investor readers have pulled in gains of:

383% on Generex...
270% on Williams Companies...
142% on Alliance Fiber...
146% on Mikohn Gaming...
96% on DG FastChannel...
88% on ICN Pharmaceuticals...
123% on E*TRADE...
86% on Mesa...
110% on KVH Industries...
164% on Orbital...
100% on Crown, Cork, & Seal.
Pretty good. Thing is, I realized that my readers are missing out on some of the best resource stocks available.

Companies like:

Cheniere Energy, the oil company that soared from $1.25 to $70... a 5,500% gain in two years...
Or ECU Silver, the mineral miner that jumped from 35 cents to $3.65... a nearly 1,000% gain in nine months...
Or Blue Pearl Mining, 64 cents to $6.97... a nearly 1,000% gain in under 10 months...
Or U.S. Gold Corp, $1 to $10.30... a 900% gain in eight months.
I hate seeing stocks that I discover shoot up in price without you being able to benefit from the information.

That's why I've decided to launch a new private group called Small-Cap Commodity Prospector (SCCP).

Membership in SCCP puts you in elite company -- a truly small group of savvy investors looking to profit from sizzling hot resource micro caps.

With Small-Cap Commodity Prospector, you'll receive at least one of the very best "prospector" stocks I uncover each and every month.

These stocks will be small companies most people have never heard of. And while not all of them will work out, many of these stocks could go on to deliver tenfold gains.

Just like the $2 cobalt mining stock I've been telling you about.

If you sign up for SCCP, I'll rush you a Special Report that will give you all the details on this $2 stock, including the name of the company and ticker symbol.

I truly believe this stock is a surefire ten-bagger. In fact, if you get in now at $2, I believe you could sell your shares for $27... maybe higher.

Of course, as a Member of SCCP, it will only be the first in an ongoing flow of micro-cap winners.

As I mentioned, I come across a new "prospector" stock at least once a month. And when I do, you'll be the first to know.

Not all of these companies will deliver 1,000% gains. But as you can see above, the chances of pocketing big gains... over and over again... are very realistic.

Unfortunately, most people are going to miss out on this opportunity.

Only 500 Membership Spots Available
Because these micro-cap stocks are small companies, it would be difficult for me to send this information to thousands and thousands of people.

The surge of trading volume would drive the price through the roof before most people have a chance to get in early.

So, I've come up with a way that allows you to take full advantage of these little-known, ultra-profitable companies.

You can join SCCP as one of 500 Members. These special Membership spots will be first come, first served. Period. No exceptions.

With this letter going to my 27,000 readers, as well as over 327,000 investors worldwide, less than 1% of the people who receive this letter will be allowed to participate at this time in this exceptional opportunity.

In fact, I expect the initial 500 Member spaces to sell out very quickly, probably within the next few hours.

Once these 500 spots fill up, I'll be forced to close out enrollment and watch volume levels carefully. Only after I'm satisfied that our Members aren't affecting these small caps will I consider reopening Membership rolls.

How much does all this cost? That's the best part!

As you know, many trading research services charge up to $5,000 per year. And my publisher suggested we charge at least $4,500 for SCCP.

But I'm so excited about the potential this tiny $2 company offers, I didn't want price to be an issue.

So here's the situation...

If you're among the first 500 SCCP Members, you can enroll today for only $995 for one year or $1,750 for two years

Another option available to you is enrolling in Small-Cap Commodity Prospector using our special auto-bill price of $250.

Under this arrangement, we will bill your credit card $250 every 90 days until you tell us to stop. This way, you can test-drive Small-Cap Commodity Prospector before deciding to join for one full year..

That's a ridiculously low price.

But please understand: This offer is only for the first 500 who respond.

And don't forget, you'll get ongoing access to remarkable micro-cap sensations like Western Prospector, which soared 6,100%... and Paladin Resources which bolted from 45 cents to $10.75... and Katanga Mining, which launched from 80 cents to $8.45... and Skye Resources which jumped from $1.75 to $17.50.

And best of all, the moment I hear from you, I'll send you the Special Report with all the details on the $2 stock that will likely hit $27 in the next six months.

There is one catch, however. In order to become a Small-Cap Commodity Prospector Member, you must be able to meet the three qualifications outlined below.

Do you have what it takes to join us? Let's find out:

Do You Have What It Takes?
Qualification No. 1: You must be comfortable with micro caps. The "prospector" stocks we recommend are small. In some cases, they may be very volatile.

And while the stocks have the potential to soar tenfold, they can also experience rapid price declines. SCCP is only for people who are comfortable putting a small amount of money into a potentially huge winner.

Qualification No. 2: You must be able to keep a secret. No blabbermouths. Sharing SCCP stock picks with people who are not within our private group is strictly prohibited.


Because it puts our Members' profit opportunities at risk! One of the reasons we are only allowing 500 Members at this time is so everyone can get in BEFORE the stock takes off.

If we have hoards of extra people riding our coattails... it could prevent some of our SCCP Members from grabbing maximum profits.

Bottom line: Keep the recommendations confidential for 48 hours. You can share war stories with your friends and family AFTER you take gains. Fair enough?

Qualification No. 3: You must act now. With over 27,000 readers (as well as 327,000 investors worldwide) receiving this exclusive invitation, the 500 Member spots are going to go fast.

Act now. I'd hate to see someone less deserving steal your spot. .

People who are even one minute late could end up locked out.

I think you'll agree: Not only is this opportunity a bargain... it could also make you very rich. And here's my personal promise to you:

I Give You My Word
Go ahead now and give SCCP a try. Reserve your SCCP Membership before someone else takes your spot.

The moment I hear from you, I'll give you immediate online access to the Special Report. Please read it at once. And then grab a few shares of this $2 stock that will likely hit $27.

And listen: If you don't have at least a DOUBLE in your pocket by year-end, just say the word. I'll refund every penny of your subscription.

And you know what? If for any reason you aren't happy, just let me know in the next 90 days. I'll refund your entire subscription fee. Why wouldn't I? The waiting list is going to be a mile long...

The important thing is for you to get in now, reserve your space, and seize what could be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Just click the "Subscribe" button below or call us Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., at 1-877-465-1416.

Do it now...


Andrew Mickey
Editor, Small-Cap Commodity Prospector

P.S. Things are heating up faster than expected. On March 6, 2007, I had a private meeting with the COO of CobalCam, Inc. in Toronto. He indicated that full-scale operations could commence in Cameroon any day now. This $2 company could hit $27 a lot sooner than I thought, so please act now to avoid missing out.

P.P.S. It appears Wall Street is catching on to CobalCam, Inc. On March 14, 2007, the stock traded over 5.4 million shares. That's a staggering 70 times its average daily volume! That's the kind of massive volume spike that sent Western Prospector soaring 6,100%. Something is clearly happening and the big institutional traders are loading up for a big payday. I suggest you join them today and enjoy the full profit potential of this remarkable situation. Please hurry!

Information as of: March 19, 2007
das klingt ja ganz schön astronomisch hoch das kurziel von ca 60$, aber soo abwegig ist es gar nicht, GMC hatt 6 weitere potentielle minen da unten, wen die alle oder zum teil auch an den start gehen wird auch das ziel 60$ denkbar.

Klar gewisse risiken sind auch nicht zu leugnen, zb kameroon ist nicht ganz risk los, oder auch die mining lizens steht noch aus, dürfte aber sehr bald ausgestellt werden.
Aber dem risiko stehen meiner meinung nach wesentlich grössere chancen gegenüber, mir gefällt zb das man sehr eng mit der regierung cameroons zusammen arbeitet und eine "einheimische investemntfirma" mit 40% an gmc projekt beteiligt ist. Wen ausländische investoren die resourcen schätze raussaugen und den einheimischen wenig bleibt kan das oft ins auge gehn, das macht gmc sehr clever.

Das ganze rund um gmc gefällt, hohe resourcen cobalt & nickel, klarer zeitplan, openpit mining = nierdrigste capex kosten, das management arbeitet hochprofessionell, schon die geovic webseite ist optisch schonmal klasse und weit besser als bei üblichen explorern,das minenleben zeigt jetzt schon 21jahre an und die resourcen dürften noch dramatisch ansteigen und das geht hier gerade mal um das Nkamouna projekt, es sind aber noch 6 weitere gmc projekte vorort!
Final Feasi studie juni 2007 usw
und cobalt ist das blaue gold der zukunft, :D
GMC eine sehrgute story die nicht mancher explorer toppen kan.
stay long and strong !
(und das kein einziger deutscher bb auf gmc aufmerksam wurde ist mir ganz recht, von dem her ein vorteil das gmc nicht in deutschland gelistet ist, es vergeht kaum ein tag an dem nicht ein neues angelsächsisches research haus oder BB auf gmc aufmerksam wird)…
bin heut mal rein und hoffe long. sorry, bislang keinen kontakt mit kobal:rolleyes:d gehabt.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 28.575.468 von pauljohann am 29.03.07 23:29:41bei uns spricht alles von moly, cobalt ist nicht weniger interessant!

moly 2 jahres chart:

und 1 jahr:

leider finde ich als vergleich nur den 1 jahres cobalt chart: charts kaum zu finden im netz, hier sieht man aktuellen cobalt preis …
die vola im moly preis scheint grösser als bei cobalt.

am 9-10 mai 2007 ist die internationale cobalt conference:
da wird auch alles mit rang und namen aus dem invest business dabei sein, will ja keiner den run verpassen. Kobalt dürfte die nächsten jahre weiter rar sein, dazu passt das der cobalt verbrauch stark ansteigen wird. (in evt max. 5jahren sieht die sache bei vielen rohstoffen anderst aus! aber bis dahin ist noch lange partytime)
Hier sind schöne pdfs für was cobalt alles verwendet wird:


nur gedult wird sich hier richtig dick auszahlen, auch wens mal nicht jeden tag steigt :cool: bleiben.

katanga mining ist zb ein cu und cobalt play aus dem kongo, da sind 150000t cu und 5000t cobalt abbau geplant, start zaghaft ende 2007 aber volle produktion dürfte einiges länger dauern. Deren mcap ist aber auch schon genau bei 1milliarde c$!

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