New Online Course About Graphite Mining Stocks from

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When people hear about graphite, they think of pencils and golf clubs. But a new course offered by shows investors that graphite mining stocks are used in automotive and technology products that people use every single day. The free online course at shows investors why graphite is being called "the next big thing".

Investors are attracted to the junior resource sector because of its low stock prices, volatility, and speculative trading opportunities. One sector within the junior resource sector – graphite mining – is gaining attention and being called "the next big thing". To educate investors on graphite mining and graphite stocks, is now offering new online course.

The free course, delivered through email, explains why graphite mining stocks might be an interesting investment for some investors to take a closer look at: When people hear about graphite, they think of pencils and golf clubs. But graphite is widely used in industrial and commercial and military applications and this usage is growing dramatically. Experts believe that there isn't enough graphite in global production to meet demand, yet demand is growing at a rapid pace. This growing gap between supply and demand provides an opportunity for investors.

Aaron Hoos is a finance writer who has worked closely with the mining and metals industry. He founded to educate investors: "I believe graphite is a huge opportunity but so little is known about this mineral," he said. "I want to help educate investors and share what I've learned with them."

The new free course at focuses on what makes up the supply and demand fundamentals so investors can understand how graphite is being used today and what graphite stocks might do in the near future. delivers the 10-part course through email so that readers can take the course at their own pace. The free course examines the supply and demand equation, building a case for a bullish position on graphite mining stocks. The course explores the various uses of graphite and why some governments are paying attention to graphite for military purposes, and the course reveals a few different ways that investors unknowingly use graphite every single day. And, the course looks at new innovations in graphite that might even expand the use of graphite beyond conventional uses. At the end of the course, investors get an additional bonus – a collection of graphite-specific resources to help them invest more effectively.

Aaron Hoos said: "There is always a risk to investing, and there is especially a risk to investing in the speculative junior resource market. But investors who perform their own due diligence prior to making any buying or selling decision can help to reduce the risks because they are making their trading decisions on a foundation of knowledge. offers this free course to help investors discover a new type of investment that they might not have been aware of before, and to help investors perform their own due diligence to make wiser investment decisions."

For more information about graphite and graphite stocks, or to sign up for the free online course, visit All other media enquiries can be directed to Aaron Hoos at aaron(at)aaronhoos(dot)com.

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