October 29, 2021

Top Stocks for 2022 | Midas Letter RAW ft $GMG $WNDR

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Top Stocks for 2022 | Midas Letter RAW ft $GMG $WNDR
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Are you an investor that is looking for the trends that might jet higher in 2022? Well, in this week’s show, we look at what is happening in markets right now and highlight some of the top stocks we will be invested in for the new year.

Rental car company Hertz Global Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:HTZZ) bought a fleet of Teslas (NASDAQ:TSLA), inspiring the electric vehicle company to shoot to all-time highs. As Elon Musk tweeted, it’s “Wild $T1mes” we live in. This news sparks the discussion of where copper stocks might go and also highlights our favourite battery company.

We all know copper is a main ingredient in electric vehicle production. But even with the shift to electrification worldwide, the commodity hasn’t quite reached the highs we might expect it to. This is a clear disconnect that might provide an opportunity for investors.

Graphene Manufacturing Group Ltd. (CVE:GMG, OTCMKTS:GMGMF), one of the interviews on the show, produces a new type of low-cost, high-performing, recyclable battery that is environmentally friendly as it does not contain cobalt, nickel or lithium. The company announced this week the production of its new pouch batteries. In layman’s terms, batteries that can be used in mobile phones, laptops, houses, and of course, electric vehicles. GMG’s batteries require no cooling without sacrifice to its power, unlike Tesla’s current batteries. Wink, wink Mr. Musk. Is this a technology that can be used to drive forward the electric car revolution? We want to find out with this stock.

Crypto is obviously always in the news these days. If it’s not Bitcoin (BTC) hitting all-time highs, it’s the latest rare ape NFT being sold for a record price. So could WonderFi Technologies Inc (NEO:WNDR, OTCMKTS:WONDF), the other interview on the show, be the next crypto move to consider? Its home within the space is decentralized finance (DeFi). DeFi is an umbrella term for financial applications that cut the middleman out of traditional finance. So is DeFi the answer to the traditional banking system? We try to find out when talking to WNDR CEO.

Another technology that makes the cut is the life-changing tech of NuRAN Wireless Inc (CNSX:NUR, OTCMKTS:NRRWF). NuRAN’s network solutions are connecting the previously unconnected. Allowing the people living in the most disconnected areas on earth, like Sub-Saharan Africa, to finally access banking, education, healthcare platforms. A company with a very noble cause and a great business model leading into 2021.

How could you forget about Voxtur Analytics Corp (OTCMKTS:VXTRF, CVE:VXTR) when looking to the future as well? The real estate technology company revolutionizing every step in the property transaction ecosystem. The company’s financials have been on the up and up, generating revenue records quarter on quarter. With the quality and amount of accretive acquisitions Voxtur has made this year, we expect next year’s run rates to look very promising indeed.

Watch the full show where we discuss more companies like Trump’s SPAC, Digital World Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:DWAC) and, as always, answer your questions.

Transcript

01:20 – Show Rundown
07:16 – Audience Questions
07:20 – Thorium mining public companies?
08:29 – GMG patent rights?
09:01 – Difference between WonderFi and Coinbase?
09:54 – Trump SPAC (NADAQ:DWAC)?
10:17 – Weed stocks and safe banking act?
11:31 – James’ investments?
13:05 – Graphene Manufacturing Group interview
28:29 – CVE:GMG chart
30:55 – Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) record high
33:03 – Hyperinflation
34:12 – Copper
37:04 – US Copper (CVE:USCU)
40:06 – WonderFi Technologies interview
57:49 – NEO:WNDR chart
59:04 – Bitcoin (BTC)
01:00:33 – NuRAN Wireless (CNSX:NUR) bank debt financing
01:02:00 – Voxtur Analytics (CVE:VXTR) 2021 runrate

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