Dear Foolish Investors,
We interrupt normal service to bring you what I can only describe as one of the hottest stocks we've ever come across at The Motley Fool.
Before we reveal the details, and how you can buy shares in this millionaire maker, I ask you for just one favour…
Please, please, please, do NOT pass this email onto anyone else. Not your mates, not you brother or sister, not even you partner.
As you'll see, this is a very cheap stock, and if word spread around the internet of its really true potential, the share price may just shoot to the moon before this merry band of Australian Fools are able to jump on board.
Nothing would disappoint me more.
The Motley Fool exists to educate, amuse and enrich investors. Sure, after reading this we might be educated about one of the hottest stocks going, and we might even bring a smile to your face as you read this, but if we can't ultimately enrich you, we'll have failed.
So, again, I can't stress the importance of keeping the name of this stock totally to yourself for at least the next 6 hours.
Then, at some stage after lunch on Friday, we'll give you the all clear to forward this email onto every single person in your email address book.
More on that a little later…
Now, onto some details about this hot stock of the day.
A Very Rare Earth
You may have heard about the rare earths phenomenon.
Global warming due to green house gas emissions is a concern for us all. Rare Earths already play a vital role in the reduction of green house gas emissions.
Rare Earths are playing a pivotal role in greenhouse gas reduction through their unique application in flexible steel, next generation 5G photovoltaic Bluetooth smartphone chips, solar-powered hybrid bicycles, and wind-powered energy efficient fluorescent light bulbs.
New demand for rare earths has recently strained supply, and there is growing concern that the world may soon face a severe shortage of the rare earths, the likes of which we've never ever seen before.
As a result of the increased demand and tightening restrictions on exports of the metals from Liechtenstein, the race is on to find searches for alternative sources in Tanzania, Estonia, Norway, Honduras and of course here in Australia.
Now this is where the story starts to get really interesting, exciting and potentially exhilarating for those few people lucky enough to get in on the ground floor of this shooting star.
Remember, please keep this quiet for the next 6 hours…
One hot rare earth
We've been exclusively tipped off by legendary mining prospector Wiley Dunlop about how a tiny Australian company has discovered a unique and incredibly rare earth in the outback of the Northern Territory.
Called Kolymoloptusium, it is used in, self-cleaning vacuum cleaners, 5G microwave communication towers, green wind tunnels, CAT scan detectors and smartphone antennas. In short, it is one hot rare earth.
Mr Dunlop tells us this company is sitting on a base case estimate of 25 million tonnes of Kolymoloptusium, and with the potential to increase that resource base to an incredible 400 million tonnes within the next few years.
You don't need me to do the maths to work out just how massive this tiny company could become.
Before I reveal the name of the company, and how you can buy shares in this one hot stock, I need to again remind you not to pass this along to anyone…
An absolute bargain
The company I'm talking about is called Kollymagnus.
Its share price is currently trading at just 1.5 cents, an absolute bargain in anyone's language.
Only one analyst, Avril Folou of Capsicum Securities is following the company, and she has a short-term target share price of 25 cents.
To put that into some perspective, if you invested just $10,000 into Kollymagnus today at 1.5 cents, if the shares did soar to 25 cents, you'd be sitting on $166,6667.
And that may only be the start of the action. Once the big stockbrokers latch onto the Kollymagnus story, we actually think the extra demand for the shares could push the price up to over $1.67 per share. And that's before any share split…
I don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves, but at $1.67, that initial $10,000 would turn into $1,113,333. Kollymagnus is simply a millionaire making stock.
Now, here is the tricky bit…
Kollymagnus is traded on the Darwin Stock Exchange, and as such you can't buy shares through your normal broker.
Our exclusive offer
But never fear. The Motley Fool has secured a parcel of shares which we can exclusively offer to readers of this email, and this email only.
All you have to do is email us at [email protected] letting us know…
- Yes, you are interested in buying Kollymagnus shares, and;
- The number of Kollymagnus shares you'd be interested in purchasing, remembering each share is worth 1.5 cents.
Once we have an indication of the level of interest, we can go to the Darwin Stock Exchange and place one order, therefore cutting down on transaction costs.
Our biggest worry is that, either because too many people jump in ahead of us, or for some other reason, we won't be able to buy the Kollymagnus shares.
So, we need to act fast. The only risk here is on missing out on this millionaire making stock. So as not to be disappointed, please email us urgently at [email protected].
Rare earths and Kollymagnus…combined they can truly can be your one in a million money making opportunity.
Yours Foolishly Rich,
General Manager, Motley Fool Australia
P.S. After midday Friday, don't forget to send this email onto everyone in your email address book. The more people buying Kollymagnus, the higher your share price will go.
P.P.S. Remember, your purchase price will be locked in at just 1.5 cents. If we can get another 500 people placing orders with the Darwin Stock Exchange after we've bought, I can see Kollymagnus shares soaring to 6 cents as soon as early next week.
P.P.P.S. This could be the fastest 300% gain you'll ever make.
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P.P.P.P.P.S. If you've read this far, you might want to check out the breaking news on Kollymagnus.