This “Super Metal” Could Supercharge Your Stock Market Gains
Today I want to introduce you to “The Fourth Element”.
Until now, its importance to national defense has not been well understood, except to military professionals across the world that follow these kind of developments. Well that’s about to change…
Because one little-known company has discovered a revolutionary new proprietary technology that makes important use of “The Fourth Element”… A “super metal” that could help save countless soldiers lives with its unique properties…
The Department of Defense calls this rare metal “essential for important defense systems” and says that it “… possesses unique properties that make it indispensable in many of today’s critical U.S. defense systems, including sensors, missiles and satellites, avionics, and nuclear weapons.”
In fact, this “super metal” technology can be used in an incredible array of different areas… including nuclear, aerospace, defense, telecom, computing, electronics, medical, automotive, oil & gas, and many more…
Already, this tiny company holds several high-end patents and trade secrets for manufacturing this revolutionary product. Not to mention this savvy company has also acquired the rights to mineralized properties in two Western U.S. states and Brazil… so they can provide their own “fourth element” metal to their production line.
This is an under-the-radar company like no other — and today’s your chance to cash in.
Simply put, once the news leaks out about this tiny company’s revolutionary “super metal” breakthrough, you could see this company’s stock price soar 10-fold or more…
The “Super Metal”…a Miracle Metal
The angle is beryllium, the magic metal. I’ve been following beryllium since February 2008.
Beryllium is a silvery white metal, No. 4 on the periodic table of elements — hence all the “fourth element” talk. Beryllium is one of the lowest-density metals there is. It is very lightweight. Yet beryllium has six times the specific stiffness of steel.
In short, beryllium is a miracle metal.
So what does all this mean?
It means that beryllium has an incredible combination of properties that occur in no other metal. And it means that super-smart people have figured out how to use beryllium in all sorts of applications.
I’m serious. Rocket scientists use beryllium — in rockets. Beryllium goes into satellites and space structures, aircraft, optical systems, semiconductors, medical imaging and nuclear systems. And as the story up above demonstrates, there’s beryllium in gun sights, rocket launch rails, camera gimbal systems and more.
Why use beryllium? Because it provides unmatched capabilities for medical, aerospace, defense, information technology, scientific, nuclear and other applications. When designers have to come up with products that work at the extreme edges of performance — from the dirt of a mountainside sniper position to the depths of outer space — they specify beryllium.
Back in 2008 I introduced Energy & Scarcity readers to a beryllium company. The share price took a hit in the market crash of 2008 and 2009, but has since recovered and is up nicely. Business is good, and shares are holding their own. Today, this company has a strong position within the beryllium market.
But… there is a much smaller company those shares hold much more potential upside…
This play is also more of a beryllium pure play. In fact, this company is more like a high-tech play, in that Silicon Valley sort of business model.
Why do I like them? They are coming up with new ways to manufacture and get beryllium products into the marketplace. They are not just trying to sell the same sorts of things.
It’s a different business model, rooted in efficient use of the basic resource with serious upgrades via high-technology…
The business model is an aggressive form of development, prototyping and large-scale production, with sales at high margins.
Later this year, they will begin a drilling assaying program on its Utah mineral property. The idea is to produce their own beryllium, it’s that whole vertical integration idea.
On the manufacturing side, they have facilities that it rolled up in Indiana, Missouri and Pennsylvania. These facilities focus on beryllium-copper alloys, which are super hard and useful in all sorts of industrial applications. The contracts are coming in, and production is ramping up…
And now is the time to buy into this “super metal” while prices are still cheap…
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