$2.10 Price Target for this $1 Stock!
Using its proprietary technology, they could become the lowest-cost producer for their entire industry!
The scientists behind this technology are so confident, they can only sell a single share for every dollar of profit the company takes in…Otherwise, they don’t get paid!
Mag One Products Inc. (CSE: MDD & US: MGPRF)
A processing, technology and production company with the objective of becoming the world’s lowest-cost producer of magnesium (“Mg”) metal.
It’s the lightest and perhaps the most commercially useful metal on earth.
Mag One aims to be a revolutionary company for the entire metals market, by lowering the cost of producing magnesium closer to that of aluminum thus increasing both demand and availability for a variety of users.
The need and uses for magnesium are abundant.
Mg and its alloys are used in the automotive industry, sports sector (motorcycles and mountain bikes), aerospace, battery technology, electronics, cameras, mobile phones, beer cans and in furnace linings . The demand could soon be explosive with Mg ions to replace lithium ion batteries in smartphones.
It’s known as the metal of the future, with demand projected to increase by 5% each year for the next 5 years.
Currently, there is only one active magnesium producer in North America that produces only 6% of the world supply, so Mag One aims to satisfy the huge U.S. demand.
China produces 87% of the world’s supply, however, due to the high cost and its environmentally-unfriendly process, much of their magnesium has been restricted in the United States and more importantly, subjected to huge countervailing duties.
Magnesium is crucial for the automotive industry. It’s 33% lighter than aluminum, 75% lighter than steel, yet has a very high strength-to-weight ratio.
Mag One Products is focused on becoming the best company to deliver big gains for investors in this sector over the next 1 to 3 years.
With its processing and production business, along with cutting-edge research and technology, it aims to be the lowest-cost Mg producer in the world and 35% cheaper than its competitors.
Mag One has already secured 50 million tonnes of basically ‘free’ already mined tailings, stockpiled in terraces in Quebec. These tailings contain approximately 22% magnesium and the Company paid only $1.00/tonne (tied to the CPI index).
Imagine this is enough ore to last for 100 years of production at the current capacity of 100,000 tonnes per year of Mg.
The 50 million tonnes of tailings, at 22% Mg contain some 11 million tonnes of Mg metal!
All of this activity is taking place in the friendly jurisdiction of Quebec, Canada, with local skilled labour, lowest electrical costs in North America, on both rail and road and with government incentives and assistance.
However, there is an immediate opportunity, with enormous upside developing here in 2016.
With the new EPA fuel economy minimum standards the trend for automobiles is lightweight, environmentally-friendly vehicles. In order to make these and increase the miles per gallon, car companies NEED magnesium.
Mag One’s competitive advantage is its technologies and process and its proximity to its largest customer, help make it a crucial player in the US market and supreme to all other producers!
Their new plant coming online means that a perfect storm has arrived:
- Already acquired 50 million tonnes of ore adjoining its refinery
- PLUS a devalued Canadian dollar that benefits from sales in U.S. dollars
- PLUS the cheapest power costs in North America
- PLUS easy access to rails, roads, utilities, and a skilled labor force
- PLUS new low-tax and pro-manufacturing laws
- PLUS proprietary technology developed at a world-leading think tank
- PLUS a highly skilled labor force in the local community
- PLUS scalable production capacity to meet market demand
Magnesium itself has also been in a bear market along with the rest of the resource sector. However, according to Rick Rule, of Sprott Asset Management, the resource sector is shifting into a bull market, with gold and silver leading the way.
It may only be a matter of time before magnesium rises from $0.90 per pound ($1.99/kg) to its previous 2008 high of $2.75 per pound ($6/kg)!
Mag One provides investors with an excellent opportunity to diversify into this sector.
eResearch initiated coverage on the company and gave it a $2.10-per-share price target. Currently, shares can be scooped up for around the $1 level.
Mag One has a patented technology, novel process and modular plant operation that has been shown to produce
The people behind this company are exactly who you want to partner with.
A team of very serious and successful engineers, entrepreneurs, and scientists, lead by Dr. James Blencoe and Ms. Gillian Holcroft (CVs attached)
Mag One is the real deal!
Our Recommendation: Consider Buying Shares of Mag One Products Inc. (CSE: MDD & US: MGPRF) Immediately
Their technology is enough of a reason to invest by itself. A 25% cost savings on magnesium would cause massive investing success.
The company’s CTO and several other employees are only being paid once MGPRF makes money. The interests of MGPRF’s team are 100% aligned with the interests of shareholders!
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