Well, I may have found a good one. GrafTech international is a company with some interest and patents surrounding graphene. It seems, though I have not done any research yet at all, to be well positioned in their primary market, trading at multi-year lows, and seeing heavy insider buying at these levels. [more]
A film about how graphene will be the new battery in the future: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtM6XJlynkk&feature=player_embedded.
Under the base case (Case A: $1,200/oz gold price and $2.90/lb copper price), the Project's pre-tax discounted net present value (NPV7%) is US$675 million with a pre-tax internal rate of return ("IRR") of 26% on an unleveraged 100% equity basis, and a pay-back period of only 2.1 years. The after-tax NPV7% is $474 million, with a 20% IRR and a 2.7 year payback. (See table below). [more]
Caza's President and CEO Dr. Greg Myers stated, "We are very encouraged by the wide zones of heavily altered and sulfide bearing rock intersected in the first four holes drilled at Pedregal. Even though we have not hit economic gold values yet, these initial drill results confirm the presence of an extensive high sulfidation epithermal mineralized system at Los Andes. It appears we are on the outer edge of a mineralized hydrothermal cell at Pedregal, based on metal concentrations. Now it is a matter of stepping out from current drill holes to find the feeder structures and higher concentrations of precious metals and copper. In addition to Pedregal, Caza has multiple other targets at Los Andes yet to test along the more than 17 kilometer structure which hosts similar alteration." [more]
OK, I may not be that mature yet, but I do feel like I have achieved something. I have finally been investing long enough to witness a big pump and dump where I was not even remotely interested or fooled into thinking it was a great deal. Thanks Facebook, I can laugh at the others this time.