The secret to graphite's potential explosion as a hot commodity is the supply/demand fundamentals, and that's what GraphiteInvesting.com focuses on in the free ecourse
Winnipeg, Manitoba (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Some experts are calling graphite "the next big thing" in junior resource investing. But for investors who are not familiar with this mineral, there are many unknowns that can make graphite mining stocks seem risky. GraphiteInvesting.com is a new site that helps investors understand the graphite opportunity so they can develop a smart portfolio of graphite mineral stocks.
Aaron Hoos is the founder of GraphiteInvesting.com. "A few years ago, there were only a couple of graphite stocks. Now there are a couple dozen. Factor in the shaky economy and falling stock market prices, and investors are surrounded by confusion; they're not sure how to proceed. GraphiteInvesting.com was recently started to educate investors so they know how to invest in a way that is right for them."
The new site, GraphiteInvesting.com, provides a free e-course to investors so they can understand what graphite is, how and why it's used, and what the investment opportunities are right now. With an emphasis on the constrained supply and exploding demand, the e-course lays out a case to show why some experts are calling graphite "the next big thing" in resource investing.
GraphiteInvesting.com students will receive a series of free lessons delivered directly to their inbox that examine the supply/demand differential in the graphite market and the companies operating in the graphite sector. Students can progress at their own pace and there is no homework.
"The secret to the potential explosion of the graphite mineral a hot commodity is the supply/demand fundamentals," said Aaron Hoos, "and that's what we focus on in the free ecourse."
On the demand side, the need for graphite is growing: Graphite is a mineral that most people think is widely used in pencils and tennis racquets. However, it has many uses – in industrial and military applications, in automobiles, and in electronics. Most notably, graphite demand is growing dramatically because of its use in electronic vehicles and, perhaps even more importantly, in consumer devices like smartphones and tablets.
However, supply is restricted: Most graphite is mined in China. Although there are many graphite projects springing up outside of China, quite a few of those won't be able to address the growing need for graphite for another 2 to 5 years.
GraphiteInvesting.com was started recently and has an active and growing list of students who range from novice investors to avid speculators to professional advisors, and even a few graphite companies themselves.
Along with the lessons, students receive free downloads, in-depth reports, occasional updates of graphite companies, and lists of further reading. "The goal is to educate investors so they can understand the opportunity and act accordingly."
GraphiteInvesting.com is now accepting new students into the free ecourse.
Aaron Hoos is a financial writer with years of experience researching and writing about junior resource companies. Aaron Hoos is a former stockbroker with an MBA in Strategic Management and he writes for investor newsletters and financial organizations.
For more information about the free graphite minerals ecourse, visit GraphiteInvesting.com.