By maxine, January 14, 2013

Look like this is being pumped again. Any updates?

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I just read Byron Kings “Technology Gone Wild.” Im suprised I don’t see any recent articles about it here. Here is the big question- if Samsung is going to be selling all of these graphene products, who are they buying their graphene from? That is the company to buy!

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe

We haven’t written anything new recently because he’s been running essential the same ad for months. Check out the top three Artie’s in this list for the three “miracle material” stocks:

John M. Chenosky, PE
Graphene Update: Just finished reading a well researched, and written, article in April 2013 Issue of CEP, Chemical Engineering Progress by Michelle Bryner. Article’s title tells it all: “Graphene Marches Down a Long Road to Commercialization” the operative word being LONG. Without getting into a Gumshoe dialogue, or chemical engineering unit ops description, we are looking at a 5year (optimal) but realistic 10+year commercial product development. Just in case you don’t appreciate it, the material is one-atom thick layer of carbon atoms arranged in hexagons. It is considered a 2D crystal with extraordinary properties. Instead of our gobmint spending $78… Read more »

If you are wondering where graphene might come from in the near term you should investigate CTDT.

Right on Bill – I have been watching CTDT for nearly a year. They hold two groundbreaking patents – designed by Mr. Alvin Snaper. The company uses a new process to make diamonds in an 80th of a second vs. the 3 day to 6 week process currently used. In the process graphene is produced as a byproduct. So much in fact that it can be seen with the naked eye. The process uses the force created by collapsing a magnet. The company can produce diamonds up to 10CTs now and larger if they use larger vessels. A May 9… Read more »