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  • tblakeslee tblakeslee Aug 26, 2013 11:35 AM Flag

    CVV vs graphite mining stocks

    At first when I learned about graphene I bought smme Focus Graphite. But then I realized that graphene is only one molecule thick: You don't need to mine tons of it to make any of the exciting applications. Vapor deposition from cheap methane (natural gas) will provide all of the single-layer carbon you need. AIXG is doing graphene too but it is so big that the graphene part is a drop in the bucket. CVV is really sitting in the cat bird seat.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Problem with mining is that its expensive and time consuming. One bad management decision can set them back and cost shareholders their savings.

      CVV is already making millions on individual deals and ready to make a lot more as this sector grows. This can grow fast now that they have a new location to handle the workload. The CEO cant spell it out any clearer and he seems trustworthy considering how stingy they have been with issuing shares.

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      • From the WSJ Article -----

        -- Rice University's Dr. Tour demonstrated in 2011 that graphene can be synthesized using carbon from sources as diverse as grass, Girl Scout cookies and cockroach legs. --

        Carbon is everywhere. The key is having the necessary tools (CVV) to convert your raw material into graphene.

        Remember, during every gold rush the guys who CONSISTENTLY get rich are the ones who make the picks & shovels (I guess now it would be dozers and trommels.)

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