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Are There Any Good Graphene Stocks?

In this edition of The Motley Fool's "Ask a Fool" series, Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Brendan Mathews take a question from a reader who asks, " What are some ideas on taking advantage of the future of graphene?"

According to Brendan, there are no large, reputable publicly traded companies that will directly benefit from the potential of graphene. Of course, there is no shortage of penny stock promoters that have surfaced to capitalize on the hype (and take advantage of individual investors).

Unfortunately, a large number of penny stocks and micro-cap stocks tend to work out badly for investors. Many of them have limited business operations and their "potential" is just hype generated by unscrupulous promoters. Thus, Brendan and Jason suggest treading with caution -- or better yet, avoid investing in any graphene-related penny stocks. Investing in penny stocks, whether related to graphene or not, is the most sure-fire way to lose money in the market.

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  • Report this Comment On February 14, 2015, at 8:15 PM, apaulgill wrote:

    The key Graphene Stock is the one that releases the power of all the other. The biggest problem has been creating proto-types and commercializing graphene products because it is difficult to use.

    The best graphene stock is OTCQB: GPHBF, TSXV: GGG.

    Why? The two material scientists behind Graphene 3D Lab have been selling graphene at www.graphene-supermarket.com for 4 years. They know graphene. They have 7000 customers that include many Fortune 500 companies. The material they produce will allow patent-holders to 3D Print their graphene proto-types. The printer is great. But the money is made on the ink right? They will be selling a lot of it. Good profit. GLTA

  • Report this Comment On March 05, 2015, at 3:21 PM, debugnwa wrote:

    I read your comment on penny stocks but just had to mention one (CABN) Carbon Sciences. I have been following for over a year. Initially because they are building transportable refineries for natural gas and turning it into liquid fuel for cars. That is in the original reason but they have made moves to create a business to create graphene out of natural gas. They have a scientist from the university of San Diego. they have hired a business development executive. It is an OTC pink sheet stock. Just thought i would share. Fool on!

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