"Lithium is the fuel of the future and Great
American Energy could be positioned to become the new
Exxon of the energy world"
- Don McShane - The
Great American Energy, Inc.
(OTCBB: SRBL) is a U.S. based company that is
estimated to be sitting on $14.325 billion worth of
recoverable Rare Earth Elements. The very future
of General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Boeing,
Intel, GE, Motorola, Honeywell, Microsoft and a host of
other U.S. defense and electronics companies could
depend on the success of this still-undiscovered U.S.
Rare Earth Elements are absolutely essential for the
manufacture of missile guidance systems... satellites...
smart bombs... drones... surveillance equipment and a
host of other defense weapons. Without access to Rare
Earth Elements, America’s defense and electronics
industries would wither and die.
Without rare earths there would
- No iPhones, no Droids, no
iPads, iPods nor Kindles...
- No wind turbines...
- No computers, no high-speed
internet, no GPS...
- No HD nor 3D televisions and
no electronic displays...
- No solar panels and no
- No lasers for surgical procedures and no life-saving MRI
machines for early diagnosis.
They are also an irreplaceable component
needed for the new generation of green technologies – like solar
power, electric powered vehicles, and wind turbines.
"Western Graphite Inc. could supply the graphite
U.S. industry will need to replace Chinese exports"
- Andy Carpenter -
Graphite Inc. (OTCBB: WSGP) has acquired two
strategic properties which will allow the Company to
produce high quality graphite after its aggressive
exploration program has been successfully deployed.
The two flagship properties - 6,088 acres located in the
Omineca mining division of British Columbia and a
1,000-plus acre claim in southern Turkey. Both
have the potential to supply the high-tech world with a
high-carbon, natural "snow flake" graphite with a purity
of up to 99%.
Western Graphite Inc.'s 100% owned Pure Flake Graphite
property is located in Canada and is comprised of over
2400 hectares of land. The Company is planning a
summer mapping and sampling program followed by a drill
target selection program for this field season.
Western Graphite was smart to jump on an emerging
graphite camp with current production in close proximity
to its project area. Its neighbor, Eagle Graphite, is
one of only two natural flake graphite mines operating
in North America.
The second Western Graphite Inc. project, named the
“Amorf Graphite Property” in South Turkey, comprises
over 496 hectares. Within the area of license are what
geologists refer to as the Lower Cambrian Kurtbeleni
Formation, the Middle Cambrian Karagedik Formation and
the Upper Cambrian-Ordovician Paval formation.
Western Graphite Inc. aims to rapidly advance its
projects into production to capture favorable graphite
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"Polar Petroleum Corp. may become the target of a
‘three-way bidding war' which could erupt any day"
- Ken Williams -
Petroleum Corp. (OTCBB: POLR) has positioned
themselves with a 45,000 acre prime oil project in the
fairway of Alaska's prolific North Slope --- a region
which has already produced more than 16 billion barrels
of oil --- and is known to host billions more.
Geologists now estimate that the Company may have 550
million barrels of recoverable oil.
Polar Petroleum Corp. has the key features for in a
winning junior oil stock:
It has an advanced oil project in the heart of Alaska's
'mega-production zone' --- the prolific 16 billion
barrel North Slope...
It is surrounded by three of the world's supermajors who
have locked-up the neighboring multi-billion barrel
supergiant Prudhoe Bay oil deposit and are desperate for
There is a "political kicker" which could ignite a "new
Alaskan oil rush..."
It is in the midst of an emerging oil play which could
contain up to an additional 2 billion barrels of oil...
The entire region is now confirmed to have massive shale
oil potential which could soon send Alaskan oil
- And geologists now confirm that Polar Petroleum
could have 550 million recoverable barrels...
Polar Petroleum Corp. is now completely surrounded by
the world's biggest oil companies including three
supermajors --- ConocoPhillips, Exxon and BP. A
three-way 'bidding-war' could soon be brewing.
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Have you heard of the movie "The Boiler Room", or possibly seen it? While it may not be the greatest
piece of cinema, it does serve one valuable purpose. It is a realistic look
at the tactics of a fraudulent operation, which may occur in the realm of
How realistic is it? The
writer/director actually interviewed at a "boiler room" firm and
the movie has been praised by SEC regulators. The warning to be found in
this movie is be sure of where you get your investment information from,
particularly when dealing with unregulated MicroCap and SmallCap companies.
Many small companies are exempt
from filing reports with the SEC. This lack of reliable, readily available
information can open the door to fraud. Allowing for the manipulation of
stock prices to the detriment of investors.
Here are some methods of
disseminating false information:
- Questionable Press Releases -
Releasing "news" containing lies about a company's sales,
acquisitions, revenue projections, or new products and services.
- Internet Fraud - Distribution
of junk e-mail or "spam" over the Internet, or the use of
bulletin boards and chat rooms, to tout a company and/or provide
"inside" information. A common method is to have the recipient
believe they were not intended to receive the information and therefore
are in possession of some "exclusive tip".
- Boiler Rooms and Cold Calling -
Dishonest brokers set up "boiler rooms" where they use a small
army of high-pressure salespeople to make cold calls to as many
potential investors as possible. They are sometime selling stock in
"shell" or non-existent companies or performing a "Pump
& Dump" (see below).
- Paid Promoters - Many MicroCap
and SmallCap companies pay stock promoters to assist in their companies
promotion via investment newsletters, research reports, or radio and
television shows. This is an acceptable practice and when properly done,
the investors get the benefit of the research done by the promoter.
Reputable promoters only place their recommendation on companies they
believe in, as their value to the investor is only as good as the
companies they promote.
The federal securities laws
require promoters to disclose who paid them, the amount, and the type of
payment. But, many fraudsters fail to do so and mislead investors into
believing they are receiving independent and unbiased advice. Usually this
advice is fraudulent, meaning to deceive the investor, and only benefit
the promoter and the promoted company.
The people behind this
misinformation are running fraud schemes. Two of the most popular are: