Time to move. As a palladium investor you can be poised for enormous growth in 2021.
Palladium is crushing gold and silver price growth.
In just 12 months, from April 2020 through April 2021, palladium prices have almost doubled.
Never in recent times have any of the four precious metals (Gold, silver, palladium and platinum) seen such explosive growth.
What’s more, the experts never saw it coming.
Industry analysts blatantly failed in forecasting palladium when they projected it declining from $1,400 to $1,300 ounce by the end of 2020.
Boy did they blow that one!
Instead, palladium kept soaring and peaked at $2800…over $1,000 higher than gold’s current high.
While experts licked their wounds, palladium investors rushed to take these unforeseen profits. That triggered a recent correction and a huge opportunity for nimble investors who act quickly.
After a brief profit-taking correction off its $2,300 high, palladium found support just below $2,100 and is now launching on a new upward trend. This is an ideal time to consider palladium for its investment potential as it moves back to its recent growth trajectory.
“Palladium is now the most valuable of the four major precious metals, with an acute shortage driving prices to a record. A key component in pollution-control devices for cars and trucks, the metal’s price doubled in little more than a year, making it more expensive than gold.” – Bloomberg, October, 2019 2
Here’s what you can expect and more important, what you can act upon.
Over the short term, volatile palladium prices could move to steady growth over growing supply shortages and increasing industrial as well as collectible demand.
On the supply side, industry analysts are forecasting a substantial shortfall of palladium through year end. Investing News reported that:
“…palladium will remain the stronger performer in 2019 with a year-on-year price surge of 45 percent” and “…forecasts a palladium supply deficit of 574,000 ounces for the year.” 3
That trend continues today as demand for palladium continues to climb!
Earlier this year Kitco reported an even bigger supply crisis,
“The palladium market was in a supply/demand deficit of more than 1 million ounces in 2019, and the shortage is expected to be even worse in 2020…” 4
On the demand side, industrial giants should be clamoring to lock in future palladium stocks. Palladium is deemed essential for the evolution of green energy vehicles as it is the preferred element for gasoline light duty vehicles and hybrids. Today, about 90% of the global supply of Palladium goes into emission control systems. With green vehicle sales soaring over the coming decades, the pressure on global palladium supplies is unlikely to abate.
Thus, demand for secured palladium reserves both in the ground and above ground (which will be covered in a moment) is now forecast to soar nearly 50% over the coming decade. Keep in mind that this growth projection is for industrial demand. Collectible demand for bullion and rounds could grow concurrently putting further upside pressure on palladium prices.
How to play this for the stunning profit potential it holds.
Your first thought might be to lock in some physical metal, but the far greater opportunity lies in palladium exploration companies that are currently seeking the new resources necessary to meet soaring future demand.
Tesla insiders hint at next-generation technology with newly reported “Palladium” project
The Palladium project remains cloaked in some secrecy, but word has been released that, “new production lines are needed in order to build the “Palladium” Model S and Model X electric vehicles. The cars are expected to receive new battery modules and drive units, which may potentially facilitate the super-fast “Plaid” mode that Tesla has been testing recently.”
In addition, word is circulating that Musk and Tesla are preparing to announce a new power pack, dubbed the “million-mile battery”. This completely new battery design reportedly packs more power in a smaller package, incorporates significantly new chemistry that can revolutionize battery powered vehicles, and can remain in service for over a million vehicle miles. Does the project title telegraph palladium as a key component in the new design? That’s not yet been verified, but if true, it could put even more pressure on global palladium production that’s already falling short of demand.
One such company is Canadian Palladium Resources (OTCQB: DCNNFOTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULLCSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1), which as you will learn in this report, is one of the very few companies in the world today that is focused exclusively on developing palladium-only reserves.
Here’s why that could propel enormous price gains for Canadian Palladium shares.
Much of the palladium produced in the world today is actually a by-product of mining for the base metals nickel and copper. Very few companies are focused exclusively on palladium production, thus a modest increase in palladium production would require an enormous increase in nickel/copper production…which could overwhelm world markets.
Soaring industrial demand for palladium simply doesn’t match to its “by-product” status. With a recent world supply deficit of 574,000 palladium ounces, it seems clear that dedicated palladium reserves must be brought online to keep pace with future demand.
Start with the big numbers.
Based on Canadian Palladium’s exploration results to date, the East Bull prospect holds 523,000 ounces of 43-101 compliant inferred palladium resources
What is 43-101 Compliance?
National Instrument 43-101 is legal, binding protocol that codifies the Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects within Canada. It sets ironclad rules and guidelines that companies must use for reporting their mineral resources and reserves to the Canadian and American stock exchanges and shareholders. The per share valuation of a mineral asset can only be grounded in 43-101 compliant reporting.
To put that in perspective, 523,000 ounces equates to over 90% of the above referenced palladium supply deficit!
At today’s palladium price of $2,800/oz, that projects to over 1.4 billion dollars in produced palladium.
What’s more…there could be much more than that in the ground.
Exploration at East Bull is nowhere near complete. The company reports in its latest investor documentation that it has identified
resource expansion potential four-times greater than its current 43-101 compliant estimate.
As exploration advances, Canadian Palladium (OTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1) projects that it could ultimately document a palladium resource of two million ounces, making it one of the largest, palladium-focused mines in the world today.
Existing exploration has mapped substantial presence of palladium throughout the East Bull prospect. Additional exploration now underway is expected to add up to four-times the current palladium inferred resource.
Canadian Palladium acquired the 2,451-acre East Bull prospect in early 2019. (That was the time that the ‘experts’ were forecasting ho-hum numbers for future palladium prices.)
Meet the mine finders.
The men behind that acquisition, Wayne Tisdale and Garry Clarke, had a totally opposite view on where palladium was headed. They got it right…and it wasn’t the first time.
Tisdale and Clarke have a proven track record for sniffing out hidden assets that accrue enormous shareholder gains.
Read on to see how much money they made for prior investors! These are staggering gains on two separate companies!
#1: An astonishing 15,700% gainer!
In 2005, the team launched the company, Rainy River, a gold exploration company that initially traded around 25¢ a share with a market cap of around $7 million. The company’s exploration program went on to prove a substantial 43-101 compliant gold resource that propelled shareholder value to a market cap of $1.1. billion. Early investors at 25¢ walked away with an astonishing 157-fold leap in shareholder value.
The company that bought out Rainy River is now producing 200,000 ounces of gold and 280,000 ounces of silver annually.
#2: A leap from $8 million to $400 million!
The soaring electric car market drove another exceptional opportunity for Tisdale, Clarke and the shareholders. Early investors got in to the second company, U.S. Cobalt, at 20¢/share in February 2017, setting the benchmark capitalization at $8 million. Within one year U.S. Cobalt had achieved a peak market cap of $149 million. Over 1,850% growth!
And it didn’t stop there.
Thirteen months later, U.S. Cobalt was acquired for an enterprise value of over $400 million!
Could Tisdale and Clarke repeat these kind of gains for Canadian Palladium shareholders at the East Bull palladium prospect?
These are guys you might want to be on board with right now!
What’s next? Canadian Palladium at the East Bull prospect. As of this writing, Canadian Palladium (OTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1) fits perfectly for a start with the “early investor” models cited above. Its stock trades around 10¢ US a share with a market cap of around $10 million.
World producers are paying big for stable palladium resources.
Last October 2019, South Africa’s Impala Platinum Holdings, (Implats) ponied up C$1 billion for North American Palladium’s Lac des Iles mine in northwest Ontario.
Canadian Palladium is entering advanced exploration on its East Bull prospect, comprising nearly four square miles in the mining rich Sudbury Basin region. The Sudbury Basin is the third largest impact crater on the planet. It was impacted 1.85 billion years ago by a 6 to 9 mile diameter meteor that filled the region with magma rich in nickel, platinum, copper gold, and palladium.
The property held reserves of just over 399,000 ounces of palladium plus much less significant grades in gold, platinum, nickel, and copper that are common in palladium mineralization.
So, why would a South African company pay such an enormous sum? Because future palladium markets will be dependent on stable palladium sources and bluntly stated, that’s not happening in South Africa.
South Africa is the world’s number two palladium supplier. Recently, the entire country has been plagued by rolling electrical blackouts, generating plant shutdowns, and production setbacks due to coronavirus. Palladium production has been crippled and Implats no doubt has felt the impact.8
Citigroup Inc. forecasts palladium prices jumping to $3,500 by mid-2021 because of a persistent supply deficit. There are no signs of substitution with cheaper platinum or significant amounts of scrap metal coming to market, the bank said.” 9
To make matters worse, Russia is the world’s number one source for palladium and storm clouds have formed there as well. Bloomberg reports that Norilsk Nickel, Russia’s biggest mining company has “tightened its grip on the palladium market” intending to capitalize on South African producers’ production woes.
The message is clear, Putin wants to dominate world palladium supplies, which makes new, reliable sources of palladium all the more essential for future needs. Opening new North American production will be critical to the long-term stability of this essential metal, which explains why Implats moved so aggressively to acquire the Lac des Iles mine in northwest Ontario.
The Implats buy suggests that the world is looking to Ontario for future palladium resources and Canadian Palladium (OTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1) could soon attract some serious attention…and serious investment!
Canadian Palladium’s current inferred palladium resources of 523,000 ounces coupled with development potential that could exceed two million ounces suggests that Canadian Palladium holds breathtaking upside potential.
Now is the time to be looking into this. With its aggressive exploration program already underway…and as global shortages propel palladium prices past gold…Canadian Palladium seems poised for an explosive breakout.
As an early 10¢/share investor, you could make a fortune.
Of course, none of this is guaranteed. Early investing in resource exploration companies comes with very high risk. Inferred resources must be advanced to proven reserves to get the top prices. You could lose a substantial sum if not all of your investment if results don’t come through, so never invest anything more than what you are willing to lose. But keep in mind that high risk can lead to very high reward, just like it did for early investors with Tisdale’s and Clarke’s earlier resource companies.
This is now investors stand to profit:
Canadian Palladium’s (OTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1) exit strategy is buyout. Now is the time to consider a shareholder position.
Tisdale and Clarke have made it clear that their intentions are to document the full palladium resource at East Bull in as short a time frame as possible, then sell the property rather than go into production.
If you get on board now while shares trade for pennies, you could make a fortune.
Exploration is already underway and new information is flowing now.
As news of exploration results are announced, you can expect share prices to move quickly and accordingly.
Based on known resource estimates already announced, Canadian Palladium shares may be selling for as little as one-tenth the in situ valuation if those resources are upped to reserves.
This cannot be construed as a share-price projection, think of it as a starting point for doing your own due diligence and drawing your own conclusions. Canadian Palladium (OTCQB: DCNNF, CSE: BULL, FRANKFURT:DCR1) shares may go up or down; it all hinges on the exploration work that is ongoing now and the results that should soon be made public.
What to do now…
Start your own due diligence by going straight to the company website and signing up for any news that is released in the future. You’ll want to be in front of the news, not behind it.
Over the coming months you can expect Canadian Palladium to rise out of shadows to become “company of interest” to professional investors that follow resource companies.
Today, with palladium prices projected to soar above gold, Wall Street attention should quickly shift to the profit opportunities that palladium is just now making possible.
You might want to be there first.
After visiting the company online, contact your broker next. Talk about palladium and the potential profits that can come from an early investment in Canadian Palladium. The company and its stock is still off radar, but not likely for long.
One thing seems clear, demand for palladium should remain in a strong upward trajectory for the balance of this decade, which can put strong upside pressure on the commodity price as well as strong upside pressure on the shares in companies that bring new resources to the market.
With Canadian Palladium already reporting resources equivalent to 90% of the global shortfall in palladium stores, shareholder value in this company could launch at any moment.
Don’t be caught on the sidelines.
Get started by visiting the company website, looking into the details of their assets and sign on for future news updates.
Also, consider getting some skin in the game right now. While talking with your broker, remember that today, $1,000 lands around 10,000 shares of Canadian Palladium. That looks like a lot more upside potential than down.
- Canadian Palladium has already published a 43-101 compliant palladium inferred resource totaling 523,000 ounces at East Bull. Indications are that when it’s all said and done, that resource could swell past two million ounces of palladium, setting the stage for a buyout in the hundreds of millions, perhaps even a billion dollars or more. Will that happen? It can’t be guaranteed, but you’ll want to be on board if it does!
- Global demand for palladium is projected to soar over 50% this decade. Supply shortages already plague the market with a 574,000-ounce deficit in above-ground stocks. And because palladium is a by-product of nickel and copper mining, ramping up existing production is not that simple. Canadian Palladium’s East Bull prospect may be one of the precious places on the planet where palladium can be specifically mined to meet the incremental demand that now overwhelms existing production rates.
- Resource exploration companies like Canadian Palladium are well known for returning enormous profits to early investors. Starting out at pennies per share, as the company proves its resource potential to proven reserves, shareholder value can skyrocket. Canadian Palladium cofounders, Wayne Tisdale and Garry Clarke, proved that in two prior resource startups that went on to make huge profits for early investors. Their first company, Rainy River, kicked off with a $7 million market cap and subsequently sold for $1.1 billion! Company two, U.S. Cobalt, started at $8 million capitalization. Within one year the company hit a peak market cap of $149 million and thirteen months later was acquired for an enterprise value of over $400 million!
It’s not often that you get a shot at a company with this kind of growth potential.
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