“New Silicon”: The Next Junior Mining Sector Poised For Lift-Off
It’s no secret that adding small-cap junior minors to your portfolio can lead to outstanding profits.
Junior miners are, of course, the tiny companies hard at work finding… exploring… and hopefully mining some type of valuable mineral.
Yes, some of these companies will go bust as they burn through cash…
But find the right junior mining company and your life could change forever. In fact, I know of no other plays that have produced such amazing life-changing profits time and time again. Just look at some of recent gains I found through our friends at Casey Research…
Northern Freegold went up 117% in just one month.
Osisko Mining soared 284% in the matter of 6 months.
Or, International Hill climbed 200% in 7 months.
When it comes to junior miners, most investors search only for companies in the precious metal and oil sectors. But today I’d like to introduce you to another “secret” set of miners that are poised for takeoff.
They’re busy at work mining a breakthrough new mineral.
It’s a material that China already has on lock down. And, no, I’m not talking about rare earths… oil… or anything like that. Let me show you what I mean…
Recently, two scientists won the Nobel Prize for their pioneering discovery of this breakthrough new material.
They call it the “New Silicon.”
It’s billed as the wonder material of the 21st century…
With the power to revolutionize micro-electronics… just like the introduction of the silicon chip nearly 50 years ago.
According to the National Science Foundation, it’s called this material is the “New Silicon” because it’s a leading candidate to replace silicon in applications ranging from high-speed computer chips to biochemical sensors.
This new wonder material could have a major impact on the way we live, work, and play.
Just like the “old silicon” made our lives easier, richer and safer when it was introduced into thousands of products in the 1960s…
According to PC World, the “New Silicon” has transistor speeds up to 10,000 times faster than the “old silicon.” And it’s cheaper to produce.
Incredibly, it’s only one-atom-thick… 100,000 times smaller than a human hair… yet has the strength, flexibility and electrical conductivity to open up new horizons for high-tech applications, military uses, construction — almost anything you can imagine.
In other words, its potential isn’t even fully known or even imagined yet. That’s how new and amazing this is…
So what, exactly, is this “New Silicon?”
It’s simply graphite – and specifically a new substance called “graphene.”
Graphite burns at a very high temperature (3,000 degrees or so), and is therefore useful in numerous electrical and thermo-chemical applications, from arc-lamp electrodes to thin-film heat sinks — such as are contained within your Apple I-Pad.
Quite a bit of natural graphite is consumed in refractory processes, electric arc steelmaking, brake linings, foundry facings and lubricants.
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