Why Graphene Commercialization Is A Huge Target For Investors

Why Graphene Commercialization Is A Huge Target For Investors


  • The hi-tech material of the 21st century is still a ground-floor opportunity for investors

A new market research report on the graphene industry forecasts a global market of $2.52 billion by 2028, with a CAGR of 19.5%. However, investors who focus on these numbers are missing out on the real story (and investment opportunity) with graphene.

Where should the focus of investors be?

  1. Graphene science
  2. Emerging commercial applications
  3. Leading multinationals who are already sniffing around graphene R&D

Graphene science and the graphene opportunity

Graphene is a new industrial material that is so revolutionary that its creation earned a Nobel Prize in physics for the inventors.

Graphene is 200 times stronger than steel. It’s both 10X more conductive than copper and has 1,000X copper’s current capacity. It has numerous other unique and/or superior chemical and metallurgical properties that provide enormous industrial advantages – and commercial opportunities.

Graphene can be engineered into sheets with a thickness of no more than a single atom. This automatically makes graphene an important material for virtually any and every form of nanotechnology.

Graphene’s advanced and superior properties also make it a key building block in other emerging 21st century technologies – like 3D printing and graphene anodes for electric car batteries.

As graphene technology matures and graphene is merged into the 21st century economy, the commercial potential of graphene will not be measured in the single-digit billions. More likely, this will be an investment opportunity with trillion-dollar commercial potential.

Emerging graphene applications

Given graphene’s amazing properties (and enormous advantages versus other materials), investors would expect graphene to be incorporated into a near-infinite list of commercial applications.

Just some of the commercial applications where graphene could disrupt markets include: cancer detection, night-vision lenses, bullet-resistant armor, solar panels, crop monitoring, quantum computing, drug delivery, water filtration, energy storage, sports equipment, and automobiles.

Graphene also has a multitude of additional applications in industrial products and materials, including lubricants, coatings, resins, conductive inks, and composite materials.

In short, when we look to the future economy, the list of commercial sectors that have not incorporated some form of graphene technology will almost certainly be much smaller than the list of sectors that do use/need graphene.

Leading multinationals embrace graphene R&D

Consider the incredible properties (and potential) of graphene. Look at the long-and-growing list of commercial and industrial applications for which graphene could generate revolutionary advances.

Now check out some of the leading multinational corporations that have already dipped their toe into graphene R&D.

  • The world’s largest chemical company (BASF)
  • The world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer (by revenue) (Intel)
  • The world’s second-largest technology company (Samsung Electronics)
  • One of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers (Toyota)
  • One of the world’s leading steel manufacturers (Tata Steel)

Along with that distinguished list are iconic names in computers, electronics and telecommunications.

The world’s largest companies from the world’s largest industries are looking to graphene for the future, when it comes to improving and advancing their own products.

Let’s flip around those numbers from the previous graphene market report. A hi-tech material (the hi-tech material?) that is about to be broadly incorporated into the 21st century economy is still only a global market valued in the single-digit billions.

That spells “ground-floor opportunity.”

The graphene stock opportunity

The Big Picture for graphene as the hi-tech material of the future could not be any more bullish. But how do investors make money on this ground-floor opportunity?

There is no futures market for graphene. Only a handful of companies (public and private) can currently be considered bona fide commercial producers of graphene. And among commerical producers of graphene, only four have been certified.

One publicly-listed graphene company has already-proven proprietary technology that:

  1. Can consistently produce graphene of 99.8% purity (certified by The Graphene Council);
  2. At commercial scale, and cost-efficiently.
  3. And with technology so advanced/efficient that it doesn’t even require graphite as an input in manufacturing its high-purity graphene.

Dynamic Wealth Research will be presenting this public company in an upcoming full-length feature article.

Did we mention that this modular technology is so compact and will be available at such an economical cap-ex that the CEO of this graphene company can envision operating a dozen or more of these graphene-producing cells right beside their clients operations?

Opportunity knocks.

FULL DISCLOSURE: This is a paid article of Dynamic Wealth Research.


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