It appears that graphite is next in line for a commodity boom. The market is driven by increasing demand from traditional applications, new technology uses, and China’s 75% control of supply, its depleting reserves, and efforts to consolidate operations.
As the next decade unfolds, investors have a great opportunity on their hands. The more natural gas we discover across the planet, the freer the markets will become. And a free market always equals a profitable market.
This crisis presents a singular opportunity for alert readers to make large profits in a rapidly growing sector catalyzed by volatile world developments. Under our very noses we are witnessing the possible loss of our oil supplies.
Analysts say the processing scale may be tipping towards refineries on the Gulf Coast as Enbridge and ExxonMobil discussion plans to build a pipeline to ship Canadian oilsands crude from Illinois to Texas.
News of significantly better than expected test results indicating 3.2 million tonnes of copper, as well as ore-grade deposits of molybdenum, gold and silver at its Ann Mason property in western Nevada sent shares of PacMag Metals soaring late last week.