What’s Matt Badiali’s “Magic Metal” Pitch About?

The ad for the new Real Wealth Strategist hints that we can "Make 3,000% Gains on the Commodity Trade of a Lifetime" -- what is it?

Matt Badiali didn’t disappear from the newsletter firmament for very long –for many years he was the name behind Stansberry’s Resource Report (which was also called the Oil Report for a while), but he disappeared from that masthead a little while back… only to reappear in essentially the same role at Banyan Hill Publishing (which, like Stansberry, is part of the Agora family of publishers), helming an entry-level natural resources investment advisory.

This time around it’s called Real Wealth Strategist, and they’ve launched quickly — Badiali’s hiring was announced in early March, and here they are already with a superheated hype-fest of an ad campaign to recruit his first wave of subscribers.

This “Magic Metal” pitch that readers are asking about today is my favorite kind of ad, because they keep the poker face throughout — they don’t give in and say that, “OK, the ‘magic metal’ is actually magnesium” (or whatever it is), they keep the “secret” all the way to the end, so you get to double up on your voyage of discovery: First we have to figure out what the “magic metal” is, then we’ll move on to naming the one company they hint at as being the best investment for the “magic.” In their words, “This one deposit is so big it could solve the shortage crisis.”

So… step one. What’s the “magic metal?” Ready?

“It’s not silver, platinum or any other precious metal.

“It’s not aluminum, nickel, iron ore or lithium, either.

“In short, it’s a ‘magical’ metal with unheard of superpowers that other metals simply don’t have.

“For example, it doesn’t rust … it’s not flammable … it’s 100% recyclable.”

And it apparently has lots of uses:

“It’s in everything from airplanes to automobiles … batteries to boats … cosmetics to computers … surgical tools to smartphones … tractors to turbines…
It even has miraculous medicinal powers.

“Scientists are using it to fight diabetes, depression, low blood pressure, hair loss and fatigue. It aids in weight loss, improves vision and it can even protect you against many kinds of cancer.

“Hence, this “magical” metal is worth billions, maybe even trillions, to pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer, Merck, Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb, to name a few.

“Recent World Health Organization statistics show that 800,000 innocent victims will get a second chance at life every year with access to this resource.”

And, of course, there’s a BIG SCARY SHORTAGE COMING!

“… there’s one giant, ugly problem.

“It’s disappearing.

“… demand is surging as America’s biggest companies scramble to secure more of this ‘magic’ metal.

“… no new major deposits of this metal have been discovered since 1990.
That’s why there is a massive supply and demand gap.”

We also get a few specifics on that gap, which should help to narrow it down a bit more:

“In 2016, demand exceeded the mined supply by 1.4 million metric tons.

“In 4 years, that shortage will surge to 4 million tons.

“The United States Geological Survey recently concluded that there’s only enough reserves of this metal left to last 15 more years. That’s especially frightening when you consider demand could outpace supply by as much as 900%.

“That’s why experts are warning that we are about to see the largest shortage in decades … and that the ‘world is running out.'”

And then, the patently ridiculous:

“Mark my words, this metal will become the most fought-over, and sought-after, commodity on the planet. More than land, more than water, more than gold and more than oil.

“Wars will be fought over it. Lives will be lost.”

Really? We can’t just stick with, “prices will go up?” We have to go to wars and bloodshed? OK, fine, I guess humans will fight over everything… but if I ever finish that time machine and get to jump forward to 2050, I’m guessing I won’t be seeing an entry in the history books about the Great Zinc Wars of the 2020s.

Yes, the “Magic Metal” is zinc. Good for that extra sunscreen you put on your nose, good for galvanizing steel to fight rust, and, yes, an important mineral in the body — though those 800,000 “innocent victims” in the teaser pitch are not folks who are cured of some disease by zinc… they’re people who have zinc deficiencies, almost exclusively because they don’t eat zinc-rich foods like meat, fish, dairy or whole grains. That’s not a problem that really impacts the mining of zinc, zinc supplements are not a major part of the tonnage demand for the mineral, though it is, of course, certainly serious — especially for those who live with food insecurity. Pharmaceutical demand is maybe a one or two percent slice of the pie when it comes to zinc demand, the primary uses are galvanizing, which accounts for about half the zinc demand, brass (and bronze, to a lesser degree) and die casting, which together make up about a third of demand, and then chemicals and paint and miscellaneous industrial demand make up perhaps 15% of the pie, spread among lots of small markets (there are some primary zinc products, too, so there’s even a small amount of demand for sheets and rods of zinc, etc.)

So the shorthand way of saying that is, “zinc demand is overwhelmingly an industrial story.” If we have big infrastructure investments and lots of construction and economic activity, there’s more zinc demand… mostly because of galvanizing.

And yes, those shortfalls in the warehouses of the London Metals Exchange are real — as are the pricing increases seen recently. Zinc is still well short of where it was in the 2005-2007 peak, when China was exploding with steel demand and getting everyone excited, but it has certainly been rising… this chart is from Infomine:

And Badiali says that the shortage is going to get worse:

“And I can tell you with absolute certainty that this shortage is getting worse; there’s no way to turn the supply spigot on. It’s gone from 1.2 million tons to less than 480,000 tons. That’s a 50% drop in the last 4 years.

“The price of this “magic” metal is up over 60% in the last year. But with its supply gap surging to over 4 million tons in the next 4 years as demand continues to increase … this ‘magic’ metal’s bull market has a long way to go.”

I have no idea whether the LME warehouses accurately reflect global stockpiles of zinc, but those warehouses are getting to have a bit of an echo in them at this point — here’s the five year chart from Kitco of the warehouse stocks:

And, in Badiali’s words (in case you want some more confirmation that this is zinc):

“50% of ALL the ‘magic’ metal mined each year is used in galvanizing … the process used to coat iron and steel to prevent it from rusting.

“So, this ‘magic’ metal is in every bolt, nail, hammer, bridge, pipe, train and piece of industrial machinery needed for this $1 trillion infrastructure plan to move forward.”

So… part one down, what is the actual investment being hinted at? Let’s move on to those clues…

“… a small group of exploration geologists have struck the mother lode. It’s the first major deposit of this scarce metal discovered in the decades, and perhaps the last. This one deposit is so big it could solve the shortage crisis.

“This discovery could be worth hundreds of billions…

“Right now, there is a limited time to invest in the company that discovered this deposit for as little as $50 … and give your money the chance to grow as much as 30-fold.”

OK… what other clues do we get about this company?

Well, we’re told that it’s a “$2 billion North American company.” So that should ring a few alarm bells… if you’re going to grow your money 30-fold from this one, that means you think this company — presumably because of some zinc mine — is going to grow to be worth $60 billion. That’s not impossible, but it would make this one of the largest miners in the world (only BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto are larger than that among the corps of publicly traded miners). So we should probably cool our jets a little bit at this point and downgrade our expectations — it’s a lot easier for a little $20 million junior explorer with a surprisingly fantastic discovery to grow in value by 30X (which would bring the market cap just up to $600 million, which isn’t so huge), than it is for a real operating miner that already has a $2 billion valuation to show that kind of explosive growth.

What else do we learn about this company?

“… at the forefront of the battle to secure supplies is this innovative $2 billion mining firm that’s about to leapfrog its way onto the scene in a big way.

“This firm has aggressive plans to increase excavation of this “magic” metal at its mine located next to the lake beyond these trees … and it’s already begun ramping up production.”

OK, so if they’re “ramping up production” this is not a brand new discovery — that means someone probably identified the zinc (or whatever other metal they’re also finding in the mine) at least several years ago… building a mine isn’t quick or easy.

Other clues? We get some hints about the major owners:

“In the last few months alone, the Vanguard Group, TD Asset Management, Templeton and GMT Capital have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in this company.”

And…

“… this company may be the ONLY company in the world with access to a deposit of this magnitude.”

And, finally, one last little burst of clues for us:

“While most of the world’s largest deposits of this ‘magic’ metal are in Australia, India, Mexico, Peru and Sweden … this mining outfit is in an unlikely place … just north of the U.S. border.

“This Canadian-based mining firm was formed over 90 years ago. Its new CEO is a 30-year mining pioneer, and he’s using his industry contacts to bring in the world’s best geologists and the best mechanical, metallurgical, and mining engineers in the world … and I am confident this firm will give investors the opportunity to turn every $1,000 into $31,130 … likely more.”

But wait! There’s also a little throwaway clue on the actual order form:

“The surest way to ‘magic’ metal riches is to invest in the mining pioneer sitting on 22 million tons of recoverable reserves of gold, silver, and, of course, this “magic” metal in its mine.

“As this shortage continues to spiral out of control like experts forecast it will, the profits for early investors will be through the roof.”

And we get some photos of the mine operations that will help to confirm the Thinkolator’s answers… so I can tell you, dearest readers, that this “Magic” Metal miner is… Hudbay Minerals (HBM in both Toronto and NY).

Hudbay has operations in both Peru and Canada, but the mine being teased here is their operation in Manitoba — the zinc “discovery” is presumably a reference to what is now the Lalor mine, a zinc deposit found in 2007, though their long-producing 777 mine is also a big zinc producer (777 is closing in on the end of its mine life in 2020, though they might find more reserves to extend that… Lalor, which is a couple hundred kilometers away, just got to commercial production a couple years ago and is expanding zinc production). The photos that Badiali borrows for his presentation are, at least in one case I can confirm, of the 777 mine.

You can see Hudbay’s “key facts” on the Lalor mine here — they treat it as a primary zinc mine, with the copper and gold “byproduct credits” meaning that the cash cost per pound of zinc is negative seven cents. If they produce 59,000 tonnes of zinc per year, as planned, then that means it’s essentially all profit on a cash basis (meaning they’re not accounting for the capital expenses, probably). Zinc is at about $1.20/pound now, and a metric tonne is about 2,200 pounds, so that means the cash flow potential from Lalor might be a bit over $155 million. Assuming I did my math properly.

What will that mean for Hudbay? Well, maybe not all that much — their revenue is coming in at about $1.5 billion/year on an annualized basis right now. $150 million is still a lot, since margins are generally not so great for mining — operating cash flow for the past three months for the whole copmany, including Lalor and 777 but also their Peruvian mines, was only about $80 million. That’s with 26,000 tonnes of zinc sold in the quarter, which is close to their plan for 777 and Lalor (together those would be, according to the basic facts on the website, producing about 114,000 tonnes/year), so there’s not some magical exponential increase in zinc production coming — they are trying to ramp up zinc production by a meaningful amount.

Hudbay does have some analyst coverage, and they predict about 90 cents in earnings this year, followed by $1.05 in 2018 and $1.54 in 2019. Presumably that’s based on zinc to some degree, though I don’t know what prices the analysts use. It’s a solid company, with the primary weight on their shoulders being the aging of the 777 mine… if that mine really shuts down in 2020 and they don’t find more local reserves, their revenues will take a big hit in the early part of the next decade.

And yes, Hudbay has been around and producing for a very long time. If you’re checking on those other clues, they did just get a new CEO, internally promoted, in 2016, and he is a 30-year mining veteran — that’s Alan Hair… and Lalor (in Snow Lake) and 777 (in Flin Flon) are both “just north of the U.S. border,” as long as you use the term “just north” like the folks who are used to rural Western living and might drive for a couple hours to get groceries… they’re roughly in the middle of Manitoba if you’re going from South to North, about 500 miles from the North Dakota border.

Will Hudbay soar on a rise in zinc prices? Well, it would probably help a lot. Copper and gold and silver are all important as well, with copper probably providing at least as much leverage as zinc when it comes to Hudbay’s revenues… so really, it’s a pretty solid exposure to basic metals, and that means it’s pretty solid exposure to global infrastructure spending, particularly in China. If that picks up, zinc and copper prices will rise and Hudbay’s earnings should rise quickly, which should boost the share price. If China sinks into recession and copper falls a dollar and zinc stays steady, things will be much less pretty.

And no, I don’t see any meaningful way for them to grow by 3,000% — unless you’re talking about a 20-year period that includes them making a bunch more discoveries along the way. Mining is not scalable, you’ve got to have the deposits and you’ve got to produce them, which means moving tonnes and tonnes of rock, and it takes a long time to develop and improve mines. If copper rises nicely and zinc goes to $3 a pound, though, their earnings could easily double or triple, and as long as people don’t start to panic about 777 closing down that ought to boost the share price considerably.

I’m no expert on Hudbay, that’s just what I can garner from an hour or two with their presentations this afternoon. If you’ve got some perspective on Hudbay, or on zinc, or on whatever else, feel free to unleash it upon us with a comment below. Thanks!


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cris1991
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cris1991

HI, Like the perspective and scope you bring to these ads. keep it up>

daveb673
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daveb673

I second that. Some of these drawn out video presentations get really boring. Stock Gumshoe cuts through the rubbish and hype to give a fresh view.

willempc
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willempc

HBM used to be a zinc producer, now it mainly focuses on copper. Their Manitoba operations could become a mid-tier zinc producer. A true spectacular zinc development company is Arizona Mining (AZ.TO) who recently got a $110 million investment from South32.

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hwlerch

Interesting discussion, like most of your posts. Some zinc appears to be related to meteorite strikes. A pair of twin zinc mines in the Shenandoah Valley seem to have been created by such strikes. More can be discovered at any time.

John
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John

Actually, these deposits appear to be MVT (Mississippi Valley Type) stratabound Pb-Zn deposits – not related to meteorites.

Dave S.
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Dave S.

Maybe a $2B mkt cap when it was at nine bucks a few months ago, but not here at $5.40. The chart is not exactly reassuring at the moment, as it has just dropped 40%. Who knows where, or if, it’ll turn around.

david
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david

Ggg asx
Gdnlf usa over the counter
Huge ree zinc uranium deposit in greenland
Ten cents a share
I own some and am buying more

Zxone
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Zxone

David; I could not find Gdnlf, is that the correct symbol?

david
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david

Greenland minerals and energy is the company name
It might be gndlf
Sorry about bad memory

harddazeknight
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harddazeknight

Close, but no cigar… GDLNF — $.0658 USD; today’s close.

carl foster
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carl foster

It’s gdlnf

rusty
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rusty

VEDL, anyone follow this?(a long way away in INDIA)

frank_n_steyn
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frank_n_steyn

I figured Zinc as soon as he mentioned medicinal. Took a little time to come up with HudBay, but I also thought Altius Minerals (ALS.TO) might be a mention as well…and I thought he was way over the top on future predictions for that one as well.

Andrew
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excellent info, and agree zinc is a commodity always required, note the Chinese are mining heaps, also Niobium which is used in aerospace. HK 3993 purchased the biggest mine in the world last year from Anglo American located in Brazil http://eqibeat.com/top-20-chinese-mining-stocks-market-cap-no-2/

gernot ritzau
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gernot ritzau

thanks for the input…Google has once again done it…

gernot ritzau
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gernot ritzau

I just looked up hbm on td ameritrade and in his post he sais the mining company trades at 50 a share…any suggestions on that?

TomN
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TomN

“the Great Zinc Wars of 2020s”. . Trav, you’re a scream. No Position in Agora, or anything the pitch…

carl foster
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carl foster

An absolutely great piece on Badiali. He has been a pump and dumper for many years and his track record is spotty at best.

stonewalker
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stonewalker

I really like to read your analyses. Thanks.

lysander72
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Vendetta Mining VTT.V (VDTAF) is a recommended pick of Eric Coffin and John Kaiser follows it too. Vendetta just closed a placement so they are financed up. Also, a new resource estimate is expected by the end of the month. Disclosure: I bought in at 10 cents (Canadian) and have sold half so I am riding it “free”. Here’s a youtube from January. I believe they are presenting at the Metals Forum this weekend also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqtr0yVUfBM

tromans
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I am up 129% on Tinka Resources (TK on CVE). Received a few shares from a spin-off, I think from Mawson Resources (MWSNF-OTC) quite a few years ago and bought more last year when I saw it rising strongly. http://www.proactiveinvestors.com/companies/news/175870/tinka-resources-lauds-ayawilca-finds-amid-zinc-price-rally-175870.html. Held on to Mawson bought at 1.31CAD probably 6 years ago. Now down to 0.27 but always expected it to be a ten-bagger as some of the very highest gold grades in the world. Have since learned to check out environmental obstacles rather than the optimistic forecasts in online reports. It went down over 90% but is crawling back to… Read more »
Tom
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To be a good investor you must learn position sizing (no more than 4-5% of portfolio in one position and only 1 to 2% if it’s speculative stocks) and trailing stop of 10, 15, 20, and 25% but with speculative stocks like mining 50% is a good rule because of volatility. Don’t let greed lead you to zero! Take emotion out of investing and speculating. “Planned the trade and trade the plan”. Most retail investor lost their money because they don’t have understanding of the above.

plockett
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plockett

Really surprised there is no mention of Trevali (TV on TSX). Best pure zinc play and just did major deal with Glencore

imworriedlou
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imworriedlou

One of the uses for zinc is to make US pennies. Exactly how significant this is, I have no idea, but I do know that the zinc lobby is fighting very hard to preserve the penny. What happens when the US joins other countries (like Canada and Australia) in eliminating pennies from cash transactions?

John
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John

Thank you for the details on this company. Much appreciated.

alv000rd
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alv000rd

Really enjoy StockGumshoe. Thank you much Travis! These long drawn out teaser shows use wasting your time as the investment needed for you to take action on some of this crap. They would probably like to track you down and slash your tires or something (joke).

James M Brown
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James M Brown

I predict Graphene will replace Zinc as a steel coating.

Paul
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leesal
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Travis, Thanks for your insights. Matt also recommended PE. Fortunately I bot some PE @$30 and it closed @ $31 Friday. HBM is also up slightly.
A couple weeks ago I requested your thoughts on a brief analysis of FN As I recall it is selling @ 9.5 PE 2018 projected earnings…. significantly low for a growing company with slight hiccup.
Best, Lee

ron
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From all the stories, including Goldman, does sound like Zinc will soar. Specs, hype, low supplies…who cares. It has momentum. So am buying basket of micro’s and Jr. and see what pops. e.g. Puma PUM, Callinex Mines CNX, Tinka TK, Darnley Bay DBL, Arizona Mining Inc., AZ, and Kootenay Zinc Corp ZNK and today learned of new one from your reader’s comment. Vendetta Mining VTT.V So 2 big winners (3X5X), 2 more up 10-25%, 2 down ~30% and the basket has profits. Hope so, worked in early 2007. Are we back yet to good times in commodities? Real Estate shows… Read more »
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SageNot

Hmmmmmm, I take 50mgs. of supplemental zinc every day for many years. It’s for my enlarged prostate & only costs $6.00+ per btl. & lasts for 90 days. Does this sound like a rare supplement or even a rare mining additive?

Where is Doc Gumshoe when we need him? 🙂

A Friend
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A Friend

Has it helped?

Rusty Brown in Cda
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A write-up in The Northern Miner in 2011 makes an interesting point: “HudBay will be hoisting up to 1,200 tonnes of ore through the ventilation raise initially, rather than using a 3,200-metre access ramp being built from its Chisel North mine, 2.4 km away. The ramp has been advanced 2,300 metres so far. “There are federal tax benefits associated with constructing a new mine,” said CEO David Garofalo on a conference call to discuss the Lalor plan, “And if you bring production ore up through the Chisel North mine, then you run the risk of jeopardizing that new mine status,… Read more »
red carl
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red carl

Want a real magic metal ?
Scandium
SCY

Al Campbell
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Al Campbell

If I went after every “deal” that was presented to me via E-mail and they were all truthful and not misleading I would be worth what Apple Computer is worth. However, as the old sages say it “There are no free lunches.

Russell Howell
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Russell Howell

I just invested my entire life savings in the “magic metal.” I am hoping to get rich fast.

Jim mckee
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Jim mckee

I am interested in the magic metal , what is the company? The stock nyse letters to invest in? Or how do I purchase it?

carbon bigfoot
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carbon bigfoot
In 2009 I got sucked in on Porter Stanberry’s Apocalyptic Doom & Gloom, which according to Porter was “imminent”—and while bailing from the market lost my arse. And Porter if you’re still listening— the collapse never happened–seven years later. While under Porter’s spell I always appreciated Matt B.’s postings, although not agreeing with all opinions. He seemed to be a decent analyst. I’m not sure this new association with an offshoot of Agora is going to be any better. How can you sell Apocalyptic Collapse of the financial system and Speculative Mining Stocks in the same breath—I can’t process that.
Jim Dandy
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Jim Dandy

What Stansberry recommended trades made you lose your arse? While his predictions of doom have yet to materialize (thank goodness), in my experience he’s pretty clear on the importance of stop losses and position sizing.

ksesp06
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ksesp06

Any one think it was chromium and a company called KWG Resources. Just took over Ring of Fire mine in Ontario …..largest chromite site in North America.

backoffice
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Zinc went up and fell like a lead balloon

wmikemarshall
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And this is exactly why I feel great about sending Travis a few bucks each year for this kind of GREAT analysis and from saving me from buying yet another Newsletter and a stock that is way over promised! Think I’ll stick to gold/silver as planned. Don’t see zinc demand expanding greatly if we are in front of another major economic collapse of which in my opinion we are. Thanks Travis!

J Rambotyaga
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Just curious who you pay to subscribe to Stansberry Research so you can rip off their investment ideas and profit on your little blog by spilling their recos and discrediting their research, which is magnitudes better than yours? No comment?

summerpd
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You are kidding right? How long have you been following Travis? He writes on ALL newsletters that promise the moon is green cheese and they know the right company to get rich on green cheese.

BTW, cheezy comment.

michelle
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michelle

THANK U!!! 🙂 and an easy read for me.

John
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I was reading the sales pitch for this “magic” meta (a sponsored link from a bullion company that I buy physical bullion from)… I also happen to be a disabled mechanical engineer who worked in the sheet metal union… with 94% of that metal I worked with being (wait for it)… galvanized iron! I wasn’t reading the lengthy “magic” metal sales pitch with any interest other than “When is he going to get around to this ‘magic’ metal?”… as SOON as he said “It is used in… galvanizing…” well, having to know the risks involved with welding on “galvy”, as… Read more »
Ask4Essay.com
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Matt gives us his perspective on US dependency of foreign oil and sheds light on the controversy over hydraulic fracturing.

karen jones
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This is a great article. I subscribe on youtube to a guy who has an affiliate link to the Magic Metal pitch. I watched a few minutes of the pitch and then did a google search and found you. LOVE THIS INFO, great writing and info. Thank you a bunch 🙂

duncan
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duncan

HBM shares fell from $18 to $2 between 2011 and 2015 as industrial metal prices fell
Then rose (along with RIO and BHP) as metal prices rose in 2016.
There are paint based alternatives to galvanising (the main use of zinc)
Talk of x30 is just pure hyperbole for novices.

murkle46
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murkle46

I was wondering what the scam was with this Kirby pitch.
Never marry someone who refuses to tell you their name.

Sherry Shugart
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Sherry Shugart
Over the past decade; I have listened to hundreds if not thousands of pitches from the guys in the know about investing for optimum gains–Most of the time; less than half way through–I determine the pitches are half-baked and do not continue the monotone presentation. Matt Badiali has that extra something that makes you want to continue through the end of the presentation—That extra something is believability–He does not keep sputtering about I will show you in just a minute–If you only listen to one presentation–Make it this one and invest or not–At least you will have a go to… Read more »
ayush15
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ayush15

what is this new message from Louis Navellier

One Company Producing the “Magic Metal” Tesla Needs

spruce
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spruce

I believe they may actually be referring to Callinex Mines (CLLXF in US markets). I am up substantially since buying just a couple month ago. I bought mid July at .23, and now fluctuating between .33 and .37

Geo
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Geo

Great info Ty

joe
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joe

Nice job, gumshoe!

Anthony Stovall
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Anthony Stovall

Well this just confirms my own research & that I can’t trust ANY Pundits or Ad visors They ALL have their own Subscription bases to increase. They, even you, want to play on the Fears & unconnected average retail investors like me. Hell just look up above! Do I need to increase my subscription with Banyan Hill just to learn what Mamphilly’s no.1 investment is? YEP! You are all the same.

MEL
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MEL

Now this same guy is selling “Freedom Checks.” What is that all about? Just another con?

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