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Maximize Your Profits: The TOP Investing Picks of 2018

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Am 14.06.2018 veröffentlicht
Jim Collins, micro-cap investment writer and founder of 'The Portfolio Guru,' tells Proactive Investors he's looking at two very different stocks right now that could play a big part in the growing Chinese middle class.

Collins says Navios Maritime Holdings (NYSE:NM) is a 'potential home run' as its a shipping company that carries dry bulk commodities from places like Brazil, Australia, to China. As China's economy continues to accelerate, Collins believes there will be a shortage of ships, adding to Navios' bottom line.

Another stock he's looking at is Brooklyn-based Applied Minerals Inc (OTCMKTS:AMNL), as the company has an asset in Utah that contains the largest deposit of halloysite clay, which is used as a delivery method for lithium batteries used in electric cars. Collins says as the market for electric vehicles grows, especially in China, Applied Minerals has the the potential to be a 'huge beneficiary.' -



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Scientists develop technique to reduce cost, environmental impact of mining precious metal; Researchers at the University of Notre Dame invented a new class of molecules, whose shape and size enable them to capture and contain precious metal ions


"In a study published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, the scientists explain that the method they have developed converts gold-containing ore into chloroauric acid and extracts it using an industrial solvent. The container molecules are able to selectively separate the gold from the solvent without the use of water stripping.

“Our newly developed molecules have the ability to eliminate this need for water stripping and facilitates solvent recycling in this alternative mining process,” said the paper’s senior author and Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Notre Dame, Bradley D. Smith in a media brief. “Currently, most of the world’s gold mining relies on a 125-year-old method that treats gold-containing ore with large quantities of poisonous sodium cyanide, which is extremely dangerous for mine workers and can cause environmental issues.”

Smith also said this new process has a milder environmental impact and that, besides gold, it can be used for capturing other metals such as platinum and palladium.

The researcher added that the technique could be implemented in ‘urban mining’ processes, such as those that imply removing precious metals from wastewater streams. "
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.916.272 von Popeye82 am 05.06.18 22:41:03TOP Stock Picks of 2018

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.916.968 von Popeye82 am 06.06.18 04:20:29B. Cook, quote: "Yeaaaaah, JUST don't touch Copper"

Ich habe nie was anderes hier geschrieben. Klar wird das wohl abgehen, aber wohl erst in 4 Jahren, meine Schätzung. Expandable ist jetzt.

In 3 bis 4 Jahren kann man sich für Werte wie Syrah, Black Rock oder BAT interessieren. Jetzt ist GPX und WKT angesagt.

Habe nie was anderes hier geschrieben.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.913.797 von Reiners am 05.06.18 18:02:30Battery demand wird kommen in ein paar Jahren und den gesamten Sektor boosten, bis dahin ist expandable grafite Market angesagt.

Das hörte sich aber schon Einmal negativer bei Ihnen an.;):D:D

So Eine Ähnliche Einschätzung hatte ich ja schon länger zuvor, wiederholt, geäussert.
Also da bin ich im Grunde TOTAL DABEI.
1mal durchgelesen, ein 2. und 3. folgt noch.

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Ich würde Dieses Schreiben vielleicht TROTZdem noch Einmal im "Afrika Graphite" Thread wiederholen.
Der einzig mir bekannte Nordamerikaner, der in Sachen grossen Falke sizes was zu bieten hat, mit dieser Meldung, die das unterstreicht was ich die ganze Zeit predige. Damit sehr gute Aussichten für GPX und WKT.

Battery demand wird kommen in ein paar Jahren und den gesamten Sektor boosten, bis dahin ist expandable grafite Market angesagt.

Die fett markierten Passagen unbedingt gründlich lesen.

June 4, 2018 (Source) — Northern Graphite Corporation (TSXV: NGC) (OTCQX: NGPHF) (“Northern” or the “Company”) announces that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) with a European commodity trading company to sell 100 per cent of the projected output from the Bissett Creek graphite project in China. The parties intend to enter into a binding agreement when a number of conditions have been met, including the arrangement of project financing. Northern’s partner will be identified at that time as per their request.

Customers of the trading company have tested graphite from a number of different sources outside China and have found that Northern’s graphite is of the highest quality and fits best with market requirements.  Chinese production of XL (+50 mesh) and XXL (+32 mesh) flake graphite is declining while demand is growing, particularly in the expandable graphite market. There is an immediate opportunity for new production and Northern is uniquely positioned to meet that need with an advanced stage project that will produce almost entirely large/XL/XXL flake and which has a reasonable capital cost. The project is also located close to infrastructure in a politically stable jurisdiction.

The Bissett Creek project will produce almost no small flake or fines, both of which are in oversupply. Chinese companies continue to add small flake production capacity to meet demand from the rapidly growing lithium ion battery (“LiB”) market which has kept small flake prices from rising. This will continue to be the case until the very positive growth forecasts for electric vehicles are realized. China Minmetals Corporation, China’s largest metals and minerals group, recently estimated that the demand for spherical graphite, the anode material in LiBs, will be one million tonnes by 2020 and most will be consumed in China. This will require annual flake graphite production to more than double from current levels. While Northern is not specifically targeting the LiB market, a rise in small flake prices is expected to drive up prices for all flake sizes.

Gregory Bowes, CEO commented that: “The fact that we can sell up to 100 per cent of production in China alone is very strong confirmation of current market conditions and provides a base level of sales which will enable the Company to pursue project financing. Demand for XL/XXL flake is also strong outside of China and Northern has the flexibility to pursue other opportunities to diversify sales.”

Expandable Graphite

Expandable graphite is manufactured by treating large and particularly XL flake graphite concentrates with an intercalation agent that penetrates between the many layers of each individual flake. It can be sold as is or heated which causes the intercalation agent to expand, splitting the flakes apart and increasing the volume by hundreds of times. The expanded graphite is then pressed into self binding sheets or foils. These products are used for thermal management in consumer electronics as every smart phone, tablet and flat panel TV, as well as solar panels, require a sheet of graphite foil to keep them cool and dust free; for gasket products in the automotive, petroleum, chemical and nuclear industries as graphite does not rust, corrode or react with acids; in conductive plates for fuel cells and flow batteries; and in fire retardants. The latter market is expected to grow rapidly as the use of brominated flame retardants is phased out or banned. Expandable graphite is principally made from +50 mesh XL flake which sells for approximately US$1,750/tonne while expandable graphite can sell for up to US$3,000/tonne.

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