Expert Investor Reveals His Top 5 Mining Shares for 2019

By: Adam Surplice

Every investor in Australia is asking the same question: What's the sheer best way to play 2019's mining boom?

It's no secret that the price of iron ore is climbing as we speak…

Why? Because in January of this year, the world's largest iron ore miner, Vale SA, experienced a catastrophic dam collapse at one of its Brazilian mines. As the Sydney Morning Herald reported on April 1, 2019…

"The incident is expected to curtail the iron ore production of Brazilian miner Vale by tens of millions of tonnes."

Vale SA faces legal jeopardy and workers are still slowly picking up the pieces. All of which means that Australian producers like BHP and Rio Tinto are once again rising to the forefront of global production.

These companies' share prices are rising, too. BHP, Fortescue and Rio Tinto have all hit multi-year highs just in the last few weeks.

Could this be the beginning of another long, fortune-making run for the Australian mining industry? Many investors think so. Looking back, the mining industry has produced vast fortunes for ASX investors.

And like the headlines suggest, the great big boom may be far from over. Despite some cyclical ups and downs, BHP is up 119% since January 2016 alone, while Rio Tinto is up 142% over the same period.

That's to say almost nothing about moonshots like Tungsten Mining, up 460% also over this same period, and Winmar Resources, up a stunning 1,100%.

So don't be fooled. The big gains are NOT behind us. Australian mining shares still have the power to help you build your long-term wealth.

In fact, that's exactly one expert investor has just revealed his top 5 "high upside" mining plays for 2019.


And for the next few weeks only, he's giving the research away for FREE.

You may know Scott Phillips from his frequent appearances on Sky News Business and numerous radio programmes.

He's also well known for identifying some of Australia's most promising growth shares, from Corporate Travel Management (up 1,177.6% since Scott first recommended it in 2012)…

To NIB and Premier Investments, up 194.5% and 198.9% since Scott Phillips first tipped them in 2013.

Or ResMed, up 205.9%… Or Cochlear, up 221.3%, since 2013 alone.

Of course, not every one of Scott's picks has performed as well, but we think you can see the potential for each of his picks.

In fact, Scott's average recommendation is outperforming the market by 15 percentage points!

Now you've got the chance to lock down access to Scott Phillips' BRAND-NEW FREE REPORT, revealing what his team believes are the 5 absolute best and most promising mining plays for the coming 12 months.

• Including what we believe is the best way to play the global zinc shortage…
• Our top large-cap miner (hint: it's not BHP!)…
• One early-stage gold miner we think could hit the motherlode…

Plus two more surprising companies (that you probably haven't even heard of yet).

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But please be aware: We can't guarantee this report will be available for free forever. So if you think you'd like to have a look, I'd urge you to scoop up your copy today.

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