Important Alert: Commodity Supply Shortage
This Stock Could Catapult Your Portfolio!

Electric Vehicles, the World’s Hottest Growth Market,
is Solely Dependent on This Metal!

There’s only one metal that is now surging in demand
and is extremely low in supply: cobalt.

Cobalt investment alert 2017: US Cobalt
(TSXV: USCO and US: SCTFF)

A skyrocketing cobalt price means HIGHLY leveraged returns for strategically positioned investors in the cobalt space – it’s all about timing. Cobalt is coming under great supply pressure, as 60% of its production occurs as a result of blood mining.

We are talking about children as young as 7 years old mining the cobalt that we use in smartphones. This is a huge problem. We are on the front lines of an energy trend revolution with the world turning towards batteries, and cobalt is a crucial component.

Nearly 50% of the world’s cobalt is used in rechargeable batteries!

Cobalt Applications and Demand

The car industry is being turned upside down, resorting to lithium-ion batteries, and cobalt is a paramount component to this undeniable trend.

Donald Trump Executive OrderDear Reader,

My name is Kenneth Ameduri, and my team at CrushTheStreet.com has gone through the corporate presentations of many resource companies. There is no doubt that US Cobalt (TSX-V: USCO & US: SCTFF) is the absolute best play for the coming cobalt mania.

President Donald Trump has drafted an executive order targeting a rule requiring U.S. companies to disclose whether or not their products contain “conflict minerals” from a war-torn part of Africa and to report on their supply chains. The world is demanding alternatives, and companies that are on the front lines, positioning themselves as a solution to unfavorable mining, will be major beneficiaries.

What I have discovered here in US Cobalt could be our next big commodity winner.

Business magnate Wayne Tisdale has identified this trend and is now actively pushing ahead his biggest endeavor yet: US Cobalt He has built his career by attracting billions of dollars and is on the front lines with US Cobalt as a director of what he sees as the West’s greatest solution for the cobalt crisis.

Wayne Tisdale – Creator of $2.7 billion in shareholder dollars by building and selling his last 5 companies, including:

Rainy River – $1.2 billion at its peak

Xemplar – $1 billion at its peak

Ryland Oil – $114 million sale

Webtech Wireless – $300 million at its peak

Pure Energy – $65 million at its peak

Currently, cobalt is at $24/lb. Mr. Tisdale forecasts cobalt spiking to $50/lb in 2017 alone. That’s a 100% move in the price of cobalt, which could be 5 to 10 times higher for the miners.

After getting to know Wayne and the rest of his team’s aggressive strategy to be one of North America’s ONLY cobalt-producing companies, my ears were wide open for USCO and I wanted to make sure you become aware of this early on – this is truly under the radar at this point.

After three decades of zero cobalt production in the U.S., the country is essentially a frontier, specifically in one state that hosts the highest-grade cobalt in the U.S.A.: Idaho. USCO’s flagship cobalt project could be destined for cobalt riches in Idaho. If USCO is successful in Idaho at their Iron Creek cobalt property, we could be witnessing the early stages of a speculator’s dream.

Iron Creek Property

The historic resource for Iron Creek is an astounding 1.3 billion tons of cobalt, and the company is sitting on a market cap of merely $25 million – that’s unheard of. Just to put this into perspective, eCobalt’s project is only 15 miles away. They have just a little over double the resources, but a market value of $165 million, which is 600% higher than USCO.

Adjusted for the resource size, USCO would need to gain 300% to be fairly valued versus its peers! This is really just scratching the surface, considering Iron Creek has blue sky potential from historic reports that suggest up to 10 million tons of cobalt exists, which would make it the largest PURE cobalt project in North America.

At current prices, we are talking about a valuation worth well over $1 billion!

The company is fully financed through 2017, with its current exploration program expected to increase estimates from 1.3 million tons to up to 3 million tons of cobalt! The opportunity here is remarkable! In fact, out of 54 companies I’ve looked at, nothing even comes close. Due to recent events with cobalt production in the Congo, companies that are providing solutions in ethical and productive jurisdictions are going to thrive as the demand for cobalt rises and supply takes a nosedive.

Cobalt has gone straight to the top of my list of commodities I am watching, and I am currently in the middle of doing key research on prospects that will profit from this converging trend that is so heavily needed by companies like Tesla, Ford, Microsoft, Apple, and more. An astoundingly small amount of cobalt comes from primary sources – 2%, to be exact.

Cobalt Sources

USCO would fall into this category as a major player, and if they prove up their resource to 10 million tons, we, as early investors, would own a stake in the largest pure cobalt play in North America.

Top 3 Reasons to Invest in US Cobalt:

Team: Wayne Tisdale and his team have created $2.7 billion in value by building and selling 5 companies in totally different industries over the past 15 years. They have a recipe for success.

Timing: Demand for cobalt for rechargeable batteries is set to explode over the next 5 years as our world evolves from fossil fuels to green energy to power our electronics, transportation, and homes.

Assets: Perfectly positioned in the Idaho cobalt belt, the Iron Creek cobalt project has a historic resource of 1.3m tons of cobalt, with blue sky potential of up to 10m tons. Additional cobalt properties are to be acquired.

My suggestion is to immediately consider shares of
US Cobalt (TSXV: USCO & US: SCTFF)

With Donald Trump’s “America First” approach on economics, cobalt companies in the U.S. could see a massive injection of demand as a result of converging trends, including ethical mining, infrastructure spending, pro-American projects, and an unstoppable clean energy trend.

By the year 2020, the use for cobalt in battery applications could be greater than the entire world market for refined cobalt in 2015. We are on the verge of a trend that could birth millionaires from one specific sector. I look forward to booking historic returns and celebrating with all of my readers as we partner with Wayne Tisdale on what is unfolding to be his next huge success story. 

Prosperous Regards,
Kenneth Ameduri
Chief Editor, CrushTheStreet.com

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