I’ve been writing for the metals and mining industry for several years now. It started with some work I did for an oil and gas magazine back in 2002 or 2003. That morphed into an interest in the mining industry (especially junior resource companies) and I’ve done a ton of writing for the industry.
I have watched different resources rise and fall. Rare earths, for example, was one of those bubbles where I got access to early research and wrote about companies through their meteoric rise. The rare earths bubble burst but not before I watched a lot of people make a lot of money and I thought: “Damn. I knew it was happening but didn’t get my own portfolio in gear to do something about it.”
Although I am no expert in the resource industry, I do enjoy access to a lot of experts that most investors don’t have the time or connections to hear. This gives me an advantage and I promised myself that I would watch for the next resource opportunity and jump in when it arrives.
That opportunity (in my opinion) is here and it’s…
When most people hear about graphite they think of the stuff in their pencil. But graphite is a resource that nearly EVERYONE relies on nearly every single day. And without getting into too many details, the supply/demand imbalance is acute. There is a HUGE and growing demand for graphite but the supply is not nearly sufficient to keep up with today’s demand (let alone the massive growth that is expected).
For this reason, I’m doing 2 things.
First, I’m investing in graphite. Yeah, the market is down and every publicly traded company’s stock price is seriously depressed but I think there is value and room for growth in some well-chosen graphite companies.
Second, I’ve started a website (GraphiteInvesting.com) to share with others the exciting story about graphite. It’s one of those minerals that few people realize just how essential it is. The website offers a free graphite investing e-course that describes the supply/demand imbalance and shows investors exactly why they should be paying attention to graphite.
If you have an interest in resources or in supply/demand imbalance opportunities, take the free course to learn more about graphite minerals.
(Note: I am not a licensed financial advisor and my bullishness on graphite is not a recommendation to buy. Everyone should always do their own due diligence first before making any portfolio decisions. See my disclaimer for more information).