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B2B stock market winners with a proprietary chokehold on the materials that drive multibillion dollar. B2C businesses. This is why getting in at the ground floor ...





Throw away your iPhone ...Page 12

DOD Super Soldiers ...Page 8 Profiting From History ...Page 11 The Endless Battery ...Page 10 Tomorrow’s iPhone Today ...Page 12 Solar Cells ...Page 13 Ditch Your Silicon ...Page 17 Bacteria Blaster ...Page 16

A New Cancer Treatment? MUST Read ...Page 14

Nobel Prize Winning Discovery That Could Lead Investors To Profits ...Page 22

“An impending turning point in high tech as important as silicon and integrated circuitry were half a century ago.” —The Wall Street Journal

Dear Savvy Investor: What you are about to read very well could be the hottest story in R&D this Decade! The ‘miracle material’ discovered in Britain just eight years ago, is harder than diamond, but stretches like elastic. It is 200 times stronger than steel yet practically imperceptible to the eye, conducts electricity and temperature far better than any copper wire and weighs next to nothing. Say it with us... Graphene— an astounding new material made from graphite (think lead pencils) that very well could transform virtually every facet of our lives. Our penchant for trolling through patent databases and regulatory filings (because that’s where you find the next big discoveries) has led us to American Graphite Technologies (AGIN).


AGIN’s interest in a patent could allow it to be the dominant supplier of graphene for nearly every major industry... from cutting edge cancer treatments to feather-weight HD televisions. Until recently, there was just one problem with graphene, it was made in small batches R&D using expensive techniques. Now, one new company could have the solution to the industrial fabrication problem.

Uncovering Secrets Is What We Do Best Hello, we’re Lynn and Andy Carpenter. We’ve sent you this free report on American Graphite Technologies (AGIN) as a way to introduce you to our financial publication called—The Wall Street Revelator.

To say that we were more than intrigued is an understatement.

Lynn is a world-renowned former editor of The Fleet Street Letter Editor and Oxford Club Wealth Advisory Panel member, as editor of The Rising Tide Value Letter and The Optionist trading service.

As you’ll see in this report,

Lynn also founded the


Contrarian Speculator and was the vice president of a Washington, DC, lobbying firm who helped pen sections of Ronald Reagan’s State of the Union addresses. Andrew is a Harvard educated former journalist and business writer for such notable newspapers as The Boston Globe and The Washington Times. A nominee for the 1996 Pulitzer Prize, Andy won the Associated Press Mark Twain Award in 1996 and 1997 (for business and healthcare coverage), as well as the Landmark Award in 1996 for business writing. Together they are Wall St.’s power couple and your immediate access to two decades of “In-The-Trenches” global investing experience... real-world insights aimed at guiding you to superior results. The Wall Street Revelator is dedicated to unearthing cutting edge discoveries in the investment world. We urge you to carefully read this report. When you are done, we think you’ll agree that AGIN and the Wall Street Revelator newsletter are worthy of your immediate attention! Sincerely,


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It is tougher than diamond, but stretches like rubber. It is virtually invisible, conducts electricity better than copper wire and weighs next to nothing. Meet graphene—an astonishing Nobel prize winning discovery that is expected to revolutionize every part of our lives. Researchers have already started calling it the most important substance to be created since the first synthetic plastic more than 100 years ago. It could lead to mobile phones that you roll up and put behind your ear, high definition televisions as thin as wallpaper, and bendy electronic newspapers that could fold into a tiny square. It is expected to transform medicine and also replace silicon as the raw material used to make computer chips. This ‘miracle material’ was discovered in Britain just eight years ago and the buzz around it is extraordinary.

ANALYST PROJECTIONS Company: Ticker: Current Price: 6–12 Month Target: 36 Month Target: Advertisement

American Graphite Technologies AGIN $0.80 $2.37 $50.75

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As you will see there may not be an industry in the world that is not tantalized by graphene’s miracle qualities. Graphene is made from graphite... the stuff that’s most often called pencil lead. Two British scientists discovered how to make it in tiny quantities eight years ago and were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for their discovery. The Wall Street Journal calls the development of graphene, “An impending turning point in high tech as important as silicon and integrated circuitry were half a century ago.” After all, even at its most basic usefulness graphene...

Columbia University engineers noted—“It would take an elephant, balanced on a pencil, to break through a sheet the thickness of Saran Wrap.” Continued from page 3

Sounds fantastic right? There is just one problem! Nobody has figured out how to produce it in mass quantities... or so we thought! What we found in the U.S. patent application convinced us that American Graphite Technologies’ potential could be so huge its shares could trade for $2.37 and eventually could run to $50.75... A newly public graphene focused company has beaten the market to the punch and partnered with the inventor of a patent-pending breakthrough production process


that could allow it to distribute graphene in batches large enough to meet industrial demand. Such a 196% gain could turn a $25,000 stake in AGIN into $74,000 or $50,000 into nearly $144,000! Long term, once the Graphene starts flowing investors could see shares sky-rocket to $50.75 for a 6,243% gain!

GRAPHENE Is In High Demand But Due To Manufacturing Limitations, Its Industrial Application Is Limited


Carries electricity faster than copper and 100 times faster than silicon (the building block of computer chips)...

Conducts heat better than any substance known to man (three times superior to copper, and greater than even diamonds)...

And is as transparent as glass, yet somehow, 200 times stronger than steel, and still elastic enough to stretch 20% without breaking.

Now that you have heard about Graphene, can you afford to ignore its potential?

AGIN Owns An Interest In A Patent-Pending Graphene Mass Production Process Our research indicates American

Graphite Technologies (AGIN), could be the first publicly traded pure-play that is dedicated to meeting the graphene boom’s voracious demand. The very same boom that is driving valuations of graphite mineral exploration stocks! While AGIN also owns the mineral rights to 13,500 acres around producing graphite mines, its core business is its interest in a revolutionary Graphene mass production process. While industrial engineers continue to swoon over graphene, remarkably, most Main Street investors haven’t yet figured out how to profit from the boom. Getting in early with American Graphite Technologies could be like being one of the first investors to know about Applied Materials (AMAT), Intel (INTC), NVIDIA (NVDA), Honeywell (HON), Cisco (CSCO) or Qualcomm (QCOM)... huge B2B stock market winners with a proprietary chokehold on the materials that drive multibillion dollar B2C businesses. This is why getting in at the ground floor could eventually turn every $2,000 on AGIN into $126,400.

Graphene Patent Rush An estimated 200 companies— including IBM, Intel, Samsung and Nokia—are lining up filing patents for Graphene based consumer goods.

What Will Solving The Graphene Supply Problem Mean To Investors? “Once scientists figure out how to make large batches of graphene economically, it could radically advance technologies ranging from transistors to touch screens to solar cells to bionic implants.” —from the March 2012 issue of Nature, the International Journal of Science.

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ANALYST PROJECTIONS Company: Ticker: Current Price: 6–12 Month Target: 36 Month Target:


American Graphite Technologies AGIN $0.80 $2.37 $50.75

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CYBORG WARRIORS: American Super Soldiers Unleashed!

Graphene could be at the heart of a $2 billion unclassified Pentagon research budget and who knows how many more billions of its classified, secret, budget. Talk about a super power! The U.S. military has funded researchers who’ve come up with a breakthrough that creates artificial muscles from graphene yarns that are infused with paraffin wax. According to researchers at the University of Texas, these super muscles that can lift more than 100,000 times their own weight and generate 85 times more mechanical power than the same size natural muscle. The muscles, which are 30 times stronger than natural muscles, are made of very thin sheets of graphene (1/10,000th of the diameter of a human hair) that on a weight basis are “strong as steel” in one direction and as elastic as rubber in two other directions.

Because graphene aerogel sheets have remarkable rubber elasticity, are translucent, conduct electricity and are lighter than air (that’s right, on the periodic table carbon is lighter than oxygen), developers will be able to push boundaries (controllability, flight efficiency & a new class of stealth technology).

The graphene artificial muscles are being viewed as a means for endowing soldiers with bulletproof super-human strength through the use of exoskeletons. Due to its unique properties, Carbon Graphene may also be used as “smart skins,” on military aircrafts providing the ability to change appearance in situations of danger.



MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Exoskeleton/Body Armor MARKET APPLICATION: Department of Defense (DOD), Police Forces, Disabled Americans POTENTIAL AGIN SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIES: Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, SAIC, Honeywell, GE, L-3 SPENDING ESTIMATES US FEDERAL FY12 BUDGET: DOD Military Expenditures $707 Billion, Hospital and medical care for veterans $52 Billion, General retirement and disability insurance $7 Billion, R&D Health $36 Billion ANNUAL MARKET POTENTIAL: $802 Billion Defense & Development Industry That’s why the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) funds the University of Texas research. But, making graphene in industrial quantities so it can be layered and formed into protective body armor exoskeletons has been a problem of cost and supply... until now! If AGIN figures out the graphene supply problem, shares at around $1 could be one of the alltime great nobrainers!


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Graphene Set To Shake Up, Then Dominate The $120 Billion Lithium Battery Market... On a dark lonely road... a deer jumps out and crashes into your car destroying the front end and crushing the windshield. You’re miles from nowhere and need help... you reach for your cell phone but its dead. You would pray for just the slightest charge in order to call 911. Thanks to graphene circuitry miniaturization, low-voltage requirements, highly conductive surface area and light-weights, your phone could hold a charge for week.

MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Integrated Circuits & Battery Technology

Recently Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) engineers found a special way to manipulate graphene paper to greatly increase a lithium battery’s overall power density. The RPI team’s breakthrough experimental battery charged 10 times faster and lasts 10 times longer than conventional lithium ion batteries.


Working on a similar theory, Northwestern researchers published findings that graphene allowed them to make a new electrode for lithiumion batteries that allows the battery to hold “a 10x greater charge. At the same time, the battery is also able to recharge ten times faster than current designs.”

MARKET APPLICATION: Lithium Ion Battery & Silicon Integrated Circuit Replacement


$120 Billion lithium

battery industry

Just another catalyst that could drive AGIN shares from around $1 to $2.37. How will faster charging more efficient batteries affect energy independence?

They are all filing patents today based on the assumption that the supply problem will be solved by an innovative company! That’s because carbon graphene— the building blocks AGIN is beginning to supply to the market in R&D quantities—will be the core material used to produce technological advancements including mobile phones that roll up, foldable smart tablets and hi-def TVs as thin as paper... super-efficient integrated circuits, computers, solar panels and batteries... that are a fraction of their current weight, stronger than steel and also require less power to operate. And then there are the mindboggling medical and military applications, such as tougher-thansteel artificial limbs and “invisible man” camouflage. Needless to say graphene is projected to trigger a global industrial boom that groundfloor investors could capitalize on in a life changing way. And as this breakthrough transforms hundreds of industries over the next decade, AGIN is positioned to supply the raw and processed materials. Bottom line?

billions replacing wheelchairs Graphene suppliers could reap ayers billions taxp ing and prosthetics while sav es. sidi sub in disability

Once the manufacturing dilemma is solved, the $120 billion lithium battery market is poised to get shaken to its core.


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The Patent That Created The Billionares

The Second Industrial Revolution, also known as the Technological Revolution, is considered to have begun with a single patent in the 1860s and resulted in a US railroad boom that replaced canals as the primary form of transportation.

THE DILEMMA: Stronger, Lighter, Cheaper

Iron has been around for a long time. The Romans used it and so did the British centuries later. But it wasn’t until the transition from iron to steel that the United States became the dominant economy in the world. In the middle 19th century, weaponsmaker Henry Bessemer, in an effort to develop better artillery projectiles for guns and cannons, was faced with the dilemma of needing materials stronger, lighter and cheaper than iron. Relying on a solution that was discovered thousands of years earlier, steel solved the problems of stronger and lighter by combining iron with carbon. However, this process was too expensive in its contemporary production process to be economically feasible, costing as much as $6,500 per ton in today’s dollars.

converted into steel. Termed the Bessemer process it was patented in 1855 and shortly thereafter licensed to aspiring steel manufacturers, including Andrew Carnegie founder of Carnegie Steel and Charles Schwab founder of Bethlehem Steel. Within the next decade steel prices fell almost 90% to around the same price of wrought iron. Even today, modern steel is made from the same process Bessemer used. His patented process lead to the development of skyscrapers, railroads... the Golden Gate Bridge.

THE OPPORTUNITY: The Next Trillion Dollar Industry

Today we are again presented with the same dilemma of needing materials stronger, lighter and cheaper. Ironically we identified the evolution of the solution with the advent of steel... from:

1) iron -> 2) iron combined with carbon -> 3) carbon graphene Just like the steel dilemma, carbon graphene solves the problem of stronger and lighter.

THE SOLUTION: A New Trillion Dollar Industry

Bessemer discovered a counter-intuitive process that by forcing air through molten iron, he could in fact make the molten iron hotter which in turn could be more easily


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Tomorrow’s iPhone Today

Propelled By Its Interest In A Patent-Pending Graphene Mass Production Process, American Graphite Technologies (AGIN) Could Spearhead The Coming Revolution In The $321 Billion Cell Phone Market.

MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Mobile Computing Devices MARKET APPLICATION: Cell Phones & Tablet PCs POTENTIAL AGIN SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIES: Apple, Dell, Samsung, Acer, Kyocera ANNUAL MARKET POTENTIAL: $321 Billion Cell Phone Industry (2015 projection) AS WE NOTED earlier, graphene is the rock star in the world of materials. Single atom thick sheets of graphene are prized for their off-the-charts ability to conduct electrons and for being all but transparent. Those qualities make graphene a tantalizing alternative for use as a transparent conductor, the sort now found in everything from computer displays and flat panel TVs to ATM touch screens and solar cells. Until recently the material has been tough to manufacture in anything larger than flakes a few centimeters across. Today, American Graphite Technologies (AGIN) has an interest in a patent for producing large quantities... potentially big enough to


be used for light-weight touch-screen displays. This is why when you hear about the miracle that is graphene the talk invariably turns to the excitement of foldable cell phones... the kind you can roll up and wear behind your ear.

inexpensive flexible device as thin as a piece of paper. And because graphene will power small, powerful batteries, the smartphone market is poised to undergo its biggest revolution since the iPhone.

Today’s touch screen cell phone technology requires indium tin oxide to be layered on glass. The result being thick, brittle and inflexible displays when dropped produce shatters that look like spiderwebs.

This commercial application will likely be the first graphene product to appear in the marketplace... But that won’t happen without a company like American Graphite Technologies (AGIN) that is able to provide the graphene building blocks in industrial quantities.

Touch screens made with graphene as their conductive element could be printed on thin plastic instead of glass. They would be light, flexible and nearly indestructible, yielding an

It is why you should consider AGIN while its shares still trade around $1. With such a gigantic market opportunity can you afford not to consider AGIN? n


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n o i l l i B 0 7 $ r e Anoth e r e H s b a r G Up For MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Renewable energy MARKET APPLICATION: Solar panels and windows POTENTIAL AGIN SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIES: First Solar, SolarCity, Kyocera ANNUAL MARKET POTENTIAL: $70 Billion Solar Panel Industry


he company with the ability to supply inexpensive graphene in mass quantities could make its early investors very rich. With so many potential commercial applications this little miracle building block is likely to be in huge demand as it continues to revolutionize almost every industry. Just recently MIT researchers produced a new transparent solar panel that could be used to cover the outside surface of buildings including windows. Unlike traditional solar panels that are sometimes Continued on page 14


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→ Continued from page 13 an eyesore, a graphene solar panel could be invisible to the eye. That’s because graphene is nearly completely transparent. Combine this with graphene’s ability to conduct electricity, and you have very efficient, electrical conductors that are transparent, thin, flexible, and cheap. Just imagine what graphene solar panels could do for energy independence in the U.S. alone... where spiraling consumption is driving demand for alternative energy sources. This is just one reason why analysts predict that the solar panel market will hit $71 billion within the next three years. It’s yet another reason why missing out on the company potentially capable of supplying graphene in large cheap quantities could lead to regret. Right now, to the best of our knowledge, there is only one publicly traded company dedicated solely to the production of graphene. That company is American Graphite Technologies (AGIN)—and it trades for around $1 today. n


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New Hope

Graphene As A Tum Revolutionize $226 Treatment Industry


he biomedical application of graphene is a relatively new area with exciting potential. In 2008, researchers at Stanford University, found graphene oxide (GO) to be perhaps the most efficient nanocarrier ever for drug delivery. The researchers also found that combing two drugs with graphene oxide had a much higher cytotoxicity (cancer blasting power) to human breast cancer cells. In fact, the nano graphene oxide was more efficient that Irinotecan, the FDA-approved water soluble drug used for the treatment of colon cancer. The Stanford research team concluded that, “Our results showed that graphene is a novel class of material promising for biological applications including future in vivo cancer treatment with various aromatic, low-solubility drugs.” Their work with graphene oxide and gene therapy also yielded promising approaches to treating genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis and Parkinson’s disease. Graphene oxide has moved to center stage as the most promising candidate for efficient gene therapy delivery. Should AGIN’s interest in a patent-pending graphene production process be approved... it could become the leading supplier of Graphene to the biomedical community... and grab a huge slice of the $226 billion cancer treatment industry in the U.S. alone.


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mor Blaster Could Billion U.S. Cancer

MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Graphene Oxide Gene Therapy MARKET APPLICATION: Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis and Parkinson Treatment POTENTIAL AGIN SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIES: Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Bayer, Eli-Lilly, Wyeth, Roche, Novartis ANNUAL MARKET POTENTIAL:

$226 Billion

U.S. Cancer Treatment Industry

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Super Bug, MRSA, Costs U.S. Hospitals $34 Billion A Year Graphene could slice these losses to the bone because it kills Bacteria.


he KILLER SUPER BUG, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) costs the U.S. healthcare system up to $34 billion a year and accounts for over 8 million additional hospital days. MRSA alone kills more people in the US every year than homicide, HIV/AIDS, Parkinson’s disease, and emphysema combined. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has published numerous general and treatment-specific guidelines on prevention and control measures to reduce the introduction and spread of MRSA. Now, a huge discovery about graphene may be the solution. That’s because a research scientist as the Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics has found that graphene derivatives, like graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide, inhibit, even kill, bacterial growth.

destroyed. According to the researchers, this occurs because graphene enters the endosome of the cell’s cytoplasm, pushing it out of the cell. Almost 99% of the cells were destroyed after just two hours in contact with the graphene oxide at 98.6 degrees. In contrast, the nanosheets were not toxic to mammalian cells under the same conditions. The team is now studying why and how graphene oxide is antibacterial.

American Graphite Technologies, with shares that today trade for less than $1 could be a huge player on the global graphenemanufacturing scene.

But the breakthrough suggests that hospital and clinic walls and floor could be coated with a thin film of indestructible graphene, which could ward off super bugs such as MRSA. MARKET OPPORTUNITY: Medical graphene could Anti-Bacterial make an excellent gauze

Looking through an electron microscopy the researchers saw that the cell membranes of E. Coli bacteria placed on the graphene sheets were


for treating wounds and keeping serious burns from becoming infected. We can’t stress this enough... coating hospital wall and floors, even showers at health clubs, with staph bacteria killing graphene would take massive amounts of the miracle substance.


MARKET APPLICATION: Hospital & Clinic Walls, Gauze For Burn Victims POTENTIAL AGIN SUPPLY OPPORTUNITIES: 3M, Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly Clark, Covidien ANNUAL MARKET POTENTIAL: $34 Billion MRSA Prevention

Ditch Your Silicon! A Trillion Dollars Up For Grabs As Graphene Looks Set To Turn A $260-Billion-A-Year Industry On Its Head... And Make Today’s Super-Fast Computer Chips Totally Obsolete


f you have heard about graphene, it’s likely because it looks destined to be used to make the world’s fastest computers... so fast that only science fiction buffs can imagine their speed. Graphene’s most exciting application focuses on using it to replace silicon-based computer chips, which form the backbone of a $260-billion-ayear semiconductor industry. A recent headline from Samsung tells this story better than we ever could. Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, the core R&D incubator for Samsung Electronics, has developed a new transistor structure utilizing graphene, touted as the “miracle material.” Samsung published its findings in the journal Science on Thursday, May 17, 2012. The break-through is regarded to have brought the

world one step closer to the development of transistors that can overcome the limits of conventional silicon.

Since graphene possesses conductivity properties almost 200 times greater than that of silicon, it has being viewed as the semiconductor of tomorrow.

Currently, semiconductor devices consist of billions of silicon transistors. To increase the performance of semiconductors (the speed of devices), the options have to been to either reduce the size of individual transistors to shorten the traveling distance of electrons, or to use a material with higher electron conductivity, which allows for faster electron velocity and lower energy consumption, decreasing resistance. For the past 40 years, the industry has been increasing performance by reducing size. However, experts believe we are now nearing the potential limits of miniaturization.

Samsung already owns nine major patents related to this expected technological shift. However, Samsung does not manufacture graphene and it would likely need tons of pure graphene in order to monetize its patents. This why you must consider American Graphite Technologies (AGIN) now, while its shares are still around $1. This is why AGIN’s shares could rapidly jump to $2.37... then let unabated demand propel them to $50.75 or higher during the next 36 months. n


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Graphite’s new era of demand Natural graphite is entering a new era of demand. Faced by a perfect storm of factors the world’s graphite supply is in uncertain times.


raphite’s diversity has secured a strong suite of traditional end use markets over the last 100 years. Refractories, metallurgy, lubricants, and carbon products such as car brake pads and pencils have carved out a substantial business for many producers around the world. But it is the emergence of the Li-ion battery era and the potential of graphene has the potential to turn the graphite mining industry on its head.

China The world is at the mercy of Chinese supply which accounted for 79% of the world’s natural graphite in 2011. China’s graphite production power was on display when huge volumes of new supply came onto the world market rendering smaller mines in Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Australia uneconomic. But this was 20 years ago.

Now China has turned. Its focus is on serving its own domestic needs as well as a push to manufacturer higher value goods. China’s desire to build a value-chain means it no longer wants to be the source of raw materials, but the source of processed and finished products.

Prices up 140% This supply/demand situation has been simmering for the last five years. Since 2010, the price of high quality flake grades of natural graphite have increased by 140% as a result of Chinese policy and weak worldwide production. The talk in and outside of the industry is on what the future will hold for natural graphite. The rate of exploration in the second half of 2011 has levels not seen in a generation and Canada is leading the way on new projects.



GRAPHITE GLOBAL PRODUCTION Graphite is not a homogenous commodity; it occurs naturally in 3 forms: Global Production




Highest Price, Lowest Supply High Purity: 85%–98% carbon

Least graphic of the three Lower Purity: 60%–90% carbon

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