It’s the strongest substance on Earth.
200 times stronger than steel.
You could support an elephant on a material no thicker than cling film and it still wouldn’t break.
How crazy is that?
I call this near-indestructible material ‘nano metal’.
But Time magazine has another name for it.
It calls it: ‘…the “miracle material” that will change everything.’
We think they’re right. Just look at the potential applications for ‘nano metal’ (and prepare to have your mind blown).
Dams that never fail…
Roads that never crack…
Bridges that never crumble.
And that’s just the beginning…
ExtremeTech reports that IBM has produced a ‘nano-metal’ based chip that is ‘10,000 times faster’ than anything we’ve seen before.
And billionaire business magnate Richard Branson wants to start building planes out of it.
What IS this stuff?
Well, if you’ve not clicked yet, ‘nano metal’ is graphene.
And if Money Morning editor, Harje Ronngard is right, graphene is destined to flip entire billion-dollar industries upside down. And potentially hand you substantial stock gains from the listed companies mining it.
Harje has found THREE.
And he’s stuffed all the essential, need-to-know details on each company into a brand new report.
It’s called: Three Stocks to Profit from a Versatile Material: Graphene
Download Harje’s new report now and you’ll discover:
- Crazy! Ingenious Aussie digger develops method to extract graphene from iron ore: Graphene is essentially atom-thin layers of compressed carbon. The same stuff diamonds are made of. Yet, the applications for graphene are endless (not to mention potentially lucrative!). Usually, you need graphite to produce graphene. But one ingenious little Aussie mineral company has found a way to make graphene from iron ore. This method could revolutionise the graphene industry. But the only way to find out more on this company is to download Harje’s report now.
- Tiny, graphene first-mover set to become a big, BIG player: This company is small (just $68 million at the time of writing), but it makes some massive moves in the multibillion-dollar graphene industry. They’ve already locked in R&D deals with three prominent Aussie universities to develop breakthrough products like superior flame retardants and longer-lasting lithium batteries. It could be just a matter of time before this firm is front page news.
- Is this West Australian graphite explorer about to uncover ‘the big one’: This little mineral explorer isn’t making any money from its graphite assets…yet. But that could all be about to change. They’ve hit upon a West Australian graphite mine that could hide a mammoth deposit. Exploration is still ongoing, but if this company DOES hit a graphite vein it could be a massive win for you.
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