The Market is TIGHT Right Now!


Many commodity experts are extremely bullish on aluminum, iron, and copper, citing that these metals are important for Trump’s tax plan for the U.S., but the supply available for these metals is enormously abundant.


Gold will be a vital metal for monetary reasons, as well as asset protection in the coming years because inflation is rising globally. But for fat gains, the resources that China craves will be those that become tight in supply. These are critical minerals: cobalt, uranium, and zinc.


Zinc is now in what I call the “Aggressive Takeover” stage.


This is the reason why we are strategically positioning ourselves with what could possibly be the world’s most undervalued zinc play.


Immediately consider accumulating or adding shares of Zinc One (TSX-V: Z & US: ZZZOF).


China’s car market is already the biggest in the world, and Warren Buffett’s major investment in U.S. car dealerships is only the 1st inning to what is now forming in the tight zinc market. This is in the top 5 most in-demand metals on the planet. Without zinc, coating iron and steel against corrosion is impossible, and this anti-corrosion metal is Goldman Sachs’ most bullish commodity position.


Huge mines have depleted in Ireland, Australia, and leading zinc-producing nations. We’re now 3 years away from peak production, and China just laid out a $26 trillion infrastructure plan that includes bridges, roads, mega-cities, tunnels, and railways.


China is now urbanizing, and its middle class is exploding.


Here’s what you fundamentally need to know about the zinc market and Zinc One right now:

  1. We’ve got skin in the game: We are going long. We’re very disciplined investors, and we’re considering shares while they are cheap (under CAD$1.00). We will be adding to our position aggressively.
  2. Timing: The goal of Zinc One is to advance their flagship project, Bongara, into a producing mine within 2-3 years! The timing is ideal, as late-stage development stocks get plenty of attention.
  3. People, projects, and grades: The CEO of this company is a hardcore mine builder, and that’s by design. Zinc One (TSX-V: Z & US: ZZZOF) launched with the idea of buying a high-grade, “close to complete” asset and turning it into a commercial producer lightning fast.


Jim Walchuck fits like a glove. He managed mining for Barrick Gold at the Bulyanhulu mine in Tanzania and later oversaw the construction of a multimillion-ounce underground mine in the highest quality possible. The point is that this guy is a mine specialist.


The project we’re excited about and zoning in on is Bongara.

Those types of high grades are frequently found in 3rd-world countries where it would take 8-15 years to become a producer, rather than the 3-year timeline CEO Walchuck is outlining.




The Bongara Zinc Mine was mined in 2007 and 2008 by a previous owner, with material mined by open-pit methods, dried at the site, and then shipped 540km westward to the coast, where it was processed through a Waelz kiln, a processing technology typically applied to flue dust from steel mills to recover zinc. Anabove-60% Zn calcine was made and sold to smelters/refineries in Peru and the United States. A sinking zinc price was the principal reason for shutting down the mine in August 2008.


Zinc One has access to all of the data and technical work that dates back to the 1990s. A compilation of this information is included in the NI43-101-compliant technical report.


Zinc supply and demand: Unlike many commodities the world has plenty of, like iron ore, oil, copper, and lithium, when it comes to zinc, the world’s 3rdmost in-demand metal, we’re witnessing a supply shortage.


The opportunity is for immediate exposure to the zinc space through the Bongara Zinc Mine, as well as the Charlotte Bongara Project and Azulcocha West, which provide Zinc One with an excellent development project and a pipeline of exploration projects, all of which are located in a safe jurisdiction with a mining heritage.



This is one of the surest investments we will make over the next 5 years…

The zinc market is going to be dealing with a massive shortage for a long time, and right now, it’s getting to a major pinch point.

We are also seeing reports of smelters not being able to get a hold of enough material… This is huge. It will take the zinc shortage to an entirely new level and could cause a dramatic repricing, with a violent surge higher.

Beyond a few restarts of past-producing mines, this market has very few meaningful projects in the pipeline. For zinc investors who position themselves this year, this could deliver big gains as the shortage continues to widen.


The company currently has a sub-CAD$50M market cap, but as development progresses and the exploration potential of the company’s additional projects come to light, investors will put a valuation of above CAD$120M on Zinc One (TSX-V: Z & US: ZZZOF), and we’ll be able to capitalize on this growth in a massive way!

I just released an exclusive interview with the president and CEO of Zinc One, where we discuss the roadmap for 2018:

Prosperous Regards,

Kenneth Ameduri

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