While headlines like these are pretty shocking, Americans have always loved a good comeback story, and there’s no better time than now.
The good news is, The U.S. ranks first in arguably two essential categories:
Military power and, most importantly for investors like you and me, innovation.
This means the United States is at the forefront of our rapidly evolving tech-focused world and in order to stay a superpower, it makes the most sense to keep funding that innovation as a country and as an investor.
One of the biggest innovations in the last decade is easy to spot on the highway or maybe even in your garage. I’m talking about electric vehicles (EVs). After all, an American company revolutionized the EV and is far and away the leader among the most prominent electric car companies by market capitalization.
In order to keep fueling this massive industry, the metals and minerals that make up the majority of the tech will be in high demand but there’s one problem…The “miracle mineral” that’s used significantly more than any other mineral in EV batteries is severely undermined. (644.9% more than lithium!) In fact, the US doesn’t have ANY producing domestic mines or this mineral. I’m talking about graphite.
That’s not just stupid. It’s dangerous and it gets worse. Guess who supplies the majority of the world’s natural graphite supply? China.
China controls about 30 of the 45 graphite mines in operation around the world – and supplies 64% of the world’s natural graphite.. So, the future of this key ingredient to the EV trillion-dollar industry rests solely in the hands of China.
Does that sound like smart policy to you?
That’s why I’m excited about REFLEX Advanced Materials Corp. (RFLXF) – and its “Made in America for America” graphite project.
A domestic natural graphite supply is what could power the future and continue keeping the US on top. Even the White House is investing in an American supply chain.
The US Government announced a $700 Million Dollar investment into the American EV industry and also labeled graphite as one of the critical mineral commodities in the US proving that demand is not only high, but essential.
Mining can be highly speculative. Finding a company with a mine that has previous production or a proven resource is a good way to mitigate risk.
That’s why I like Reflex Advanced Materials Corp (RFLXF)’s Ruby Graphite Project.
Graphite was produced there from about 1902 to 1948. and that’s where REFLEX (RFLXF) aims to reactivate domestic mining operations. This gives REFLEX (RFLXF) a decided advantage. Because this mine was a past producer, there is a very strong indication that there are un-mined minerals still in the ground waiting to be extracted.
That means that instead of wondering IF there is graphite within the project, initial capital raised for the company gets to go to finding out where the easiest to access mineralization is and what the best plan for mine re-activation is. Not just poking random holes in the ground hoping to discover if the Ruby Project does have graphite or not.
Supply is only good if you have opposing demands. Look at what happened to the craze of lithium over the past few years. Millions of dollars are being invested into lithium miners.
Elon Musk becoming the richest man in the world and Tesla’s growth is proof positive that demand for EV’s is here to stay.
But what’s even crazier is that lithium is only a tiny fraction of the minerals and metals used in lithium-ion batteries. In fact, Graphite is used a whopping 644.9% more than lithium in EV’s.  Even Elon Musk, who has arguably benefited the most from the lithium craze said:
The demand for graphite could skyrocket based on confirmations from both the private and public sector. It’s simple. Graphite is the new lithium. But more importantly, American graphite is what could be the future.
That’s why you should do your research on REFLEX Advanced Materials Corp. (RFLXF) – and its “Made in America for America” graphite project.
Company CEO and Director Paul Gorman has been instrumental in revitalizing the junior graphite space in North America. He understands the product and the market, and has assisted multiple graphite companies in an advisory role.
Of course, even with all these positive factors, mineral exploration remains a speculative and risky venture, and there is no assurance of success.
Of course, despite all these positive factors, mineral exploration remains a speculative and risky venture, and there is no assurance of success.
Young companies with great stories can still carry significant risks, ranging from being underfunded to having a small number of shares available to the public.
All that said, I think you and your financial advisor will agree on one thing. REFLEX (RFLXF) could be a headline-making domestic “mine to market solution” stock that deserves your attention.
I wish you success in your investments,
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