QualityStocks would like to highlight Nova Mining Corporation (OTCBB: NVMN), engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties in Canada. The company primarily focuses on exploring for diamonds. It holds interest in the Bittern Lake project, which consists of 1 claim covering an area of 256 hectares located in the east-central part of the province of Saskatchewan. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in San Antonio, Texas. As of May 21, 2012, Nova Mining Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Clarent Services Corp.
In the company’s news yesterday,
Nova Mining reported on its strategic positioning ahead of the upcoming iPhone5 and iPad Mini launches (slated for early September) by Apple, pointing out to investors and shareholders that the company stands to benefit mightily off their strong supply capability, as well as the quality rail infrastructure from Mongolia straight into China’s major electronics manufacturing hubs.
The upcoming Apple product roll out, in conjunction with the stronger market position won via the recent $1B patent case victory over Samsung, is expected to generate a massive demand surge in lithium. With some $12B in lithium currently under contract via its interests in Mongolia, this places NVMN in a prime position to capitalize off the spike in demand for lithium (the key ingredient in long-life batteries in all smartphones).
Given the attribution to Apple’s last iPad release of the massive bottleneck in lithium, the upcoming release should not only give Apple an even larger corner on the smartphone market, but also grant NVMN a swelling consumption matrix just south of their choicest lithium interests. This is precisely the kind of high-demand strategic mineral play the company was formed to take advantage of. With additional end markets that reach out across other smartphone products, like Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet, as well as into the rapidly developing electric vehicle space through products like Tesla Motor’s upcoming performance/sport vehicles, NVMN is set up to deliver the goods needed to keep Li-ion battery-hungry manufacturers rolling.
In fact, NVMN has already negotiated three, key lithium supply deals to deliver the critical metal to battery manufacturers in Shenzhen. As China continues to dominate global production of smartphones and the requisite components, NVMN’s Mongolian lithium interests will develop into a real cash cow, with no slowdown in demand on the foreseeable horizon.
President of NVMN, James Dilger, spoke confidently about the company’s strategic move to become a major supplier to Shenzhen and China’s other top manufacturing hubs, emphasizing the significant benefit the high-quality rail will be in capturing large portions of the overall market. Dilger assured shareholders that the company was making every move possible to get situated logistically for becoming a key lithium supplier, well in advance of peak demand and peak prices.
It is indeed a seller’s market, as the need for long-life batteries that go in all portable electronics like laptops, smartphones, and tablet computers steadily grows. In a market for lithium that is projected as quadrupling by 2020 to some $43B (recent MarketResearch.com report), NVMN is one company that is geographically well-positioned in the rapidly emerging Mongolian mineral sector, just north of the largest consumer on earth. The company’s licenses are all in southern Mongolia as well (Bayankhongor, Dornogobi, and Dundgobi) and with licensing obtained for plenty of time to develop the interests, investors are taking a good long look at NVMN as a way to play the Apple deal long-term.
It’s a perfect storm of underlying influences that should translate into some serious returns for NVMN shareholders, as the company takes full advantage of the burgeoning seller’s market while pursuing its other interests in underdeveloped Guyana, as well as the company’s Bittern Lake Project up in Saskatchewan, Canada.
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