"Supply and demand are the two big drivers in resource investing," explains Aaron Hoos, "and graphite supply is way down while graphite demand is growing at an incredible rate.
Winnipeg, MB (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
The metals and mining industry is always changing, with new metals gaining prominence all the time. Graphite is being called the next big thing but few investors have ever heard of it. To help investors get educated in graphite, registration is now open at GraphiteInvesting.com for a free online course about graphite mineral investing.
Aaron Hoos, a financial and investment writer, is the founder of GraphiteInvesting.com. He explains why a graphite course might be of interest to investors: "Exciting things are happening in the graphite space but few people have heard of graphite and many dismiss graphite because they think it's just the stuff in their pencil. I want to help investors understand how important graphite is and why the increasing demand of graphite is revealing a new opportunity in the stock market."
The graphite mineral is an essential mineral used by consumers, industry, energy utilities, and the military in a surprisingly wide variety of applications. Most people rely on graphite every single day without realizing it. However, there isn't enough graphite production in the world to keep up with the growing demand.
"Supply and demand are the two big drivers in resource investing," explains Aaron Hoos, "and graphite supply is way down while graphite demand is growing at an incredible rate. Smart investors know that there are potential gains to be made with careful investing in this imbalance."
In the GraphiteInvesting.com free e-course, investors will learn about the key factors influencing the rising demand of graphite as well as the key factors influencing the declining supply. The course is delivered through email and can be completed at a reader's own pace. Registration for the course just opened in late June and will tentatively run through the summer.
Investors do not need to have experience in junior resource investing or a background in geology in order to take the course. "There is a lot of information out there but at GraphiteInvesting.com, we've distilled it down to the essentials that the average investor will need to know to help them learn about graphite and to frame their due diligence," says Aaron Hoos.
Aaron Hoos is also quick to point out that this free service is only a starting point to introduce investors to the graphite opportunity and to inform them. It doesn't replace the necessary due diligence that all investors should always perform before making any investment decisions.
"The graphite space is a fascinating opportunity right now," says Aaron Hoos, "and I'm very excited by it. I think other investors could become just as excited if they knew about the shocking supply/demand imbalance."
Registration for the course is now open and is completely free. Interested students can sign up at GraphiteInvesting.com.
Aaron Hoos runs the resource education site GraphiteInvesting.com and he also blogs about business and the markets at AaronHoos.com. For more information about graphite investing, visit GraphiteInvesting.com. For all other enquiries, contact Aaron Hoos at aaron (at) aaronhoos (dot) com.