Hear the grass grow
You don't necessarily have to hear the grass grow to see which raw materials and topics are on everyone's lips right now.
The phrase "hearing the grass grow" comes from the Scandinavian heroic saga "Edda" from the 13th century. One raw material that is causing a sensation is cannabis. From consumer goods to pharmaceuticals, the global cannabis market still has enormous growth potential. Experts assume that only a fraction of the possible turnover exists. But regularisations, such as 2018 in Canada, are on the advance. Politicians realize that they are popular with voters and not to forget - the potential tax revenues.
In Canada, for example, RavenQuest BioMed - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2U79ePJ2nc&t=63s - is state-licensed and is well on its way to successfully selling its production with the help of Health Canada's sales license. Two major supply agreements have already been concluded.
In the USA, ten states have legalized recreational cannabis, with more to follow. Medical cannabis has been declared legal in 33 American states. This happened in Italy in 2013 and in Germany in 2017.
Another raw material, perhaps not yet known to everyone, is vanadium. Storage batteries, as required for solar energy and wind power, benefit from vanadium. Bonding vanadium to steel products increases tensile strength and stability. In the form of vanadium redox batteries, the raw material becomes an integral part of the clean tech economy. Well-known names such as Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson have also invested in this.
The great advantage of vanadium redox batteries is that they can charge and discharge simultaneously. Anyone who wants to invest in the key raw material for the green revolution should have a look at Delrey Metals.
Delrey Metals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nrdpLAW1gw&t=65s - has four vanadium projects in British Columbia (Star, Porcher, Peneece and Blackie) and an 80% interest in an advanced vanadium project in Newfoundland. Delrey Metals is still looking for projects with raw materials in the field of energy storage.
Current company information and press releases from RavenQuest BioMed (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/ravenquest-biomed-inc/) and Delrey Metals (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/delrey-metals-corp/).
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