written by reader Ian Cooper’s Trading Tips site has teased a new (Miracle Metal) $7.00 SUPERSTOCK ready to gain 4,500% soon.

By Julie, September 9, 2018

What Company owns 46 patents and the Miracle Metal that is strong and firm yet able to shape shift, liquify, and be fused solid again. It is a new Metal unlike anything else on earth. MIT has been researching this Metal. Cooper says this metal will replace silicon wafers for semi conductors and make silicon obsolete. It will drastically advance military, space, medical science, and technology rapidly. Cooper calls this a Superstock. Does anyone know what company this is? Is it a good investment?

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The compound in the photo is Gallium or Gallium arsenide. Here’s a quote from http://www.britannica.com “Though widely distributed at Earth’s surface, gallium does not occur free or concentrated in independent minerals, except for gallite, CuGaS2, rare and economically insignificant. It is extracted as a by-product from zinc blende, iron pyrites, bauxite, and germanite. https://www.britannica.com/science/gallium So, it’s widespread on earth and a by-product of other widely used, and plentiful minerals … sounds like this is one to pass on; however, if you can identify the company, they may be worth looking at if they have a process to convert this to… Read More »

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Sounds very similar to an ad that Michael Robinson was running last Spring, he turned out to be teasing AXTI and you can see that piece here if you’re interested. I haven’t looked at Cooper’s ad yet.

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Wrong it’s Vandium

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One more comment. While the photo suggests the metal is Gallium, the article references the New Intel chip. If it is talking about the The Skylake Xeon chip introducted at the end of 2017, then according to ARS Technica: “The new chips also bring with them a new set of precious metal-based branding, with four metals—Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum—used to denote processor capabilities.” Right now, we are talking about chips that cost $10,000-$13,000 each. A February 2018 article in WikiChip indicates Intel’s 10nm chip is using Cobalt (here is the website: https://fuse.wikichip.org/news/525/iedm-2017-isscc-2018-intels-10nm-switching-to-cobalt-interconnects/). Ian’s article talks about the 7nm; however,… Read More »

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The company is AXTI. Please see this Gumshoe post: https://www.stockgumshoe.com/reviews/radical-technology-profits/solved-robinsons-shape-shifting-smart-metal-tease-for-4000-gains/ This is an old article, but there is something to Gallium. You may want to read: http://www.eenewspower.com/news/top-four-companies-dominate-gan-market-booms. The market for gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductors basically has four major players: Efficient Power Conversion (EPC); NXP Semiconductors; GaN Systems; and Cree. These three account for a 65% market share. Moreover, it is expected that the market will grow from today’s $1.2B to about $4.5B by 2025. Solid growth, but nothing approaching the number thrown about by some that this will be a $20B+ market. It may be, but not anytime soon. The… Read More »

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I’m curious about this also. I just read about it in a teaser email.