Hello and a joyous Sunday to you! My weekend was truly amazing, and I hope all of yours were at least half as good as mine was.
Movie review time. Wall Street 2. I saw it opening night…of course. It might as well have been Wall Street on ice considering what a mockery this thing was. I knew it would be bad compared to the first one, but jeez. It was truly excruciating. It starts off okay and then gets more and more ridiculous. I won’t give away any of the plot, but wow…painful.
It’s also one of those movies with about five endings, so just when you think it’s finally over…it isn’t.
Moving on… recently I put out an alert on FLPC and I want to bring them back to your attention.
Today’s alert is on FLPC – First Liberty Power Corp.
I’ve never alerted the same company twice in such a short time frame, but I believe FLPC is very strong and stands out above other power companies. To me FLPC is one of the best hot penny stock picks I’ve ever sent in the long term. I think it’s just a matter of time before FLPC moves to higher levels and puts other hot penny stocks to shame. I’ve received a Gordon Gekko style hot tip that FLPC could be making a nice move very soon.
After six consecutive days of declining, FLPC definitely looks prime for a strong rebound. FLPC needed an up day to begin the rebound and FLPC finally popped nicely for 5.26% on Friday.
FLPC has been as high as 44 cents many times this last week, and I think FLPC should easily break through those levels and hopefully breakout right into a new higher trading range. Penny stock alerts that are as cutting edge as FLPC are few and far between.
Here is what they do:
First Liberty Power Corp. is a Nevada based mineral exploration company with a primary focus on lithium and vanadium exploration and development in the United States. The Company is positioned to capitalize on the anticipated increase in demand for both lithium carbonate and vanadium that is projected to result from the adoption and use of clean renewable energy that will fuel demand for products that utilize lithium-ion batteries and vanadium redox batteries.
In case you forgot, FLPC is the company that has a unique focus on exploration for vanadium. I strongly believe that vanadium is going to be one of the most valuable energy commodities in the near future, and that the competition in the vanadium niche market will be far less than the competition in the already active lithium market.
That could leave FLPC in a position where they have a substantial supply of a material that is in extremely high demand, and the overall supply is quite low. Low supply plus high demand equals profits. Add to that having a large supply of a material that is scarce…and you can really see the potential revenues for FLPC start to skyrocket.
This is one of those rare occasions where it’s not just about the trade, I actually think this company has serious potential. Although, FLPC did make us nice day trading profits for those of you who played it that way after my last alert.
FLPC is already in the cutting edge and modern lithium business, but they are also focusing on the future by choosing to put much of their focus into vanadium as well. It’s sort of like hedging, at least that’s how I think about it. It looks to me like they’re hedging their risk in the future oriented vanadium market by also focusing on the currently active and more secure market for lithium.
However if you look at all the information on vanadium, you may not think it’s really a risky market at all. In fact I think it’s one of the most promising markets in the power industry for the coming decade.
Here is some info I found on vanadium:
Vanadium is a strategic metal that is already irreplaceable for engineering in aerospace, aviation, automotive, shipping and construction. This is because vanadium has a remarkable ability to make steel alloys both stronger and lighter. In fact, vanadium-titanium alloys have the best strength-to-weight ratio of any engineered material. These ultra high-strength and super-light steels are often called the plastics of the 21st century, and demand for them is strong and growing.
Vanadium-titanium alloys have the best strength-to-weight ratio of any engineered material! Do you realize the significance of that statement? That means rockets, spaceships, military and war machinery all may need vanadium. Virtually any vehicle or construction that is of high significance, such as a spaceship for NASA, is benefited by optimizing their strength-to-weight ratio. Something that is stronger and lighter is simply better in virtually any situation.
Since vanadium seems to be the only way to achieve the highest possible strength-to-wait ratio, I think it’s likely many private companies as well as government corporations will turn to vanadium-titanium alloys in order to have the strongest and lightest possible components.
Vanadium also has another extremely valuable function besides just forming a strong and lightweight alloy. It also may be a pretty shockingly powerful addition to the world of clean energy.
The Vanadium-Redox Flow Battery (VRFB) is structurally and chemically different from any other battery in ways that could help overcome current shortcomings in battery technologies. VRFBs are nontoxic, have a lifespan that can be measured in decades instead of years, and do not self-discharge while idle or generate high amounts of heat while charging…which completely optimizes their efficiency.
The VRFB has a humongous advantage over most other types of batteries. It can absorb and release huge amounts of electricity instantly and do so over and over again, making it the only battery technology today capable of connecting directly to power grids and smoothing out the unpredictable flow of energy from wind turbines and solar cells without any energy capacity limitations.
Reliability problems with wind and solar power could be tremendously improved by using a VRFB. Vanadium batteries have the ability to store energy, so if the wind isn’t blowing or sun isn’t shining power can still be distributed. This seems like a complete necessity if we are to increase our usage of those wind and solar power.
Vanadium has also proven to be an effective additive to existing batteries on a smaller scale. For instance, in the case of electric cars, vanadium, when combined with lithium, acts as a ‘supercharger’ that increases the battery’s energy density — and in the case of vehicles, this equates to the distance a car can travel.
You HAVE to watch this video at the bottom of the page about vanadium batteries. Vanadium could be the next gold mine. Just like gold, I think prices of vanadium are going to quickly skyrocket, which should greatly reward FLPC shareholders with big profits.
I think vanadium is going to be absoutely huge, and FLPC is positioned to take advantage of it.
Here is the link to the video, and you can also research FLPC at this website:
That video really shows the potential we could be looking at here.
Vanadium batteries have the lowest ecological footprint of ANY energy storage system.
Here is an example of the power of vanadium….
Subaru’s recently revealed G4e concept car uses a vanadium- lithium battery, which dramatically extends the travel distance from 40 kilometers to 200 km on a single charge.
That’s FIVE times the traveling distance, just by using a vanadium-lithium battery instead of a regular battery.
We are trying to move away from oil and gas but there are a lot of roadblocks along the way. Vanadium seems to be a possible key to overcoming any roadblocks we may be facing.
I don’t want you guys to think that FLPC is some pie in the sky daydreaming company purely focused on vanadium, which is an industry in its infancy. FLPC is also very focused on the currently very active lithium industry. In fact FLPC’s latest news releases have been about lithium exploration.
Just 10 days ago FLPC announced progress in their lithium exploration project.
FLPC is making the wise move of dividing their interests among an industry that is currently very active and cutting edge, lithium, as well as the industry of the future….vanadium.
Now that FLPC has fallen to its current trading level, I think shares are a bargain considering we could see extremely large gains from FLPC as the vanadium industry grows, and as their lithium projects continue to make progress.
I really expect to see great things from FLPC. I am a believer in lithium and vanadium and I think FLPC may be one of the best ways to capitalize on the potential of those industries. Be on the lookout for nice gains from FLPC, it’s a Gordon Gekko special
Don’t invest based on what I say, do your own research and consult with a licensed professional before investing, only invest what you are prepared to lose.
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