IBC Advanced Alloys poised for tremendous growth!
It has been years if at all since I have noticed a microcap company, indeed, a penny stock, that has as much potential and upside as IBC Advanced Alloys does. I certainly cannot remember any, and that's saying something.
IBC's website states that: "IBC Advanced Alloys is a leading rare metals advanced alloys developer and manufacturer, for the global market, with a focus on specialty copper alloys and high performance beryllium aluminum castings. IBC's engineered solutions are essential for high technology products used in a broad range of market sectors including nuclear power, automotive, oil and gas, electronics and aerospace. Complementing our alloy manufacturing operations are R&D initiatives focused on enhancing and supporting IBC's growing US manufacturing base."
When searching for good prospects in the penny stock area, one normally encounters many frontier type miners with no production, no income and no cash, with big dreams for a single mining claim. IBC is a different animal completely.
Many things differentiate this microcap from it's peers, not the least of which is a patented process of producing a proprietary Beryllium Alloy called "Beralcast"(c). At this writing IBC is working with Lockheed Martin Corp, in the production of the most advanced fighter jet in history, the F-35 Lightening II
which was recently the subject of an attempted theft of technology by Iran.
Beralcast(c) is a casted alloy, which is not duplicated by any other company at present. It is proprietary property of IBC Advanced Alloys, and one of the reasons IBC recently (2013) gained the top engineering designation of AS9100 Certification for the Aerospace industry.
I believe that, if IBC signs with Lockheed Martin to provide Beralcast Alloys for the F35 stealth fighter, the share price will pop around 500% on the first day. Of course, that hinges on the signing of a contract.
That, my friends, is only one of the "irons in the fire" on the drawing board at IBC. Their alloys are also to be used in the nuclear industry to make nuclear fuel safer to use. Recently they presented at the American nuclear top fuels conference.
Another frontier for IBC Advanced Alloys Corp is in the Injection Moulding market where Beralcast Mouldings are "The ideal material for mold cores and cavities and one that has both excellent thermal conductivity and high hardness".
IBC also recently signed an MOU with Global Nuclear Fuels America and Ceramic Tubular Products to Advance Nuclear Fuel Initiatives. See: MOU
Although IBC is still currently a penny stock, listed on the TSX Venture exchange under the symbol IB and on the OTC market in the U.S. under the symbol IAALF, it won't be very long before growth forces this under the radar stock onto the Nasdaq exchange as IBC's four production facilities are all located in the USA.
If you don't already have IBC in your penny stock portfolio, then you are just not paying attention!
Wishing you great investing success.
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