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 The Information and Reliability Void
By Robert Kraft, MBA
 The Key Raw Materials Needed for the Rise of the Lithium Ion Battery Megafactories
By Robert Colbourn
 Q&A with Brent Cook, Exploration Insights
By Shelly Kraft
The Critical Materials Age
By Jon Hykawy, PhD, MBA
The Quiet but Dramatic Revolution in Mining…..
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 Inaccurate Negative Blog Articles Creating Opportunity for Long-term Investors
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A Nuclear Winter for Value Investors 
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 How Medical Industry is Applying Advances in Artificial Intelligence and Data Generation
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 How to Spot the Best of the Undiscovered
By Brandon Mackie
 Three Principles for Thriving Public Markets
By Cromwell Coulson
 Mining Industry 2019-Q&A
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 Awesome Aussies
By Richard Revelins
 Coloring Apps and Match-3 Games; Taking Mobile Apps to New Levels
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When To Sell
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elcome to the Fall/Winter 2019 issue of the MicroCap Review and thank you for your support, readership and loyal fol-lowing. It is our pleasure to continue to provide you with new investment ideas, opportunities, expert insights, market news, information, and industry leaders’ opinions in the Small, Micro, and NanoCap (SMN Cap) markets. This issue contains profiled companies that are unique, disruptive, and/or undiscovered respectively - many of which the SNN team have met personally at financial conferences along the way. Most emerging growth com-panies, Small-, Micro- and Nano-Cap, are not normally covered by investment banks’ research analysts or buy-side analysts. In fact, many for-eign listed or US dual listed F shares have also sparse coverage, requiring investors to take extra time and effort to uncover more information. The wide variety of sectors covered in this issue includes: precious metals, base metals, com-munications, compliance, electric vehicles and batteries, healthcare, biotech, life sciences, digital marketing, technology, media, industrial equip-ment, green technology, gaming, and cannabis. As investors, whether you are value, growth, GARP, we are all increasingly scour-ing the globe to discover the next multi bag-ger opportunity. So when you read through each profiled company, use your own com-mon sense and intuitive judgment, reach out to each CEO directly, build your own personal checklist, and pick up insights from our expert writers - many of whom are professional investors! You will be surprised how company executives will be glad to speak with you and answer your questions. Our expert writers cover many interest-ing topics such as: the benefits of dual-listing, why Aussies are really awesome, and reasons why base metals shouldn’t be so misunderstood - after all, you want to drive electric cars, don’t you? For instance, in the article discussing the benefits of dual listing, the author notes that additional liquidity, increased access to capital, and the capabil-ity for shares to trade for longer periods of time due to exchanges operating in different time zones as potential advantages. Whether this is your first or tenth time reading an issue of the MicroCap Review Magazine, this magazine offers worthwhile reading material meant for all levels and styles of investing.Many of you have subscribed and read the MicroCap Review web issue rather than sub-scribe to our printed hard copy, and we thank you as we try and do our part for the environ-ment. We thank our growing subscribership to the Planet MicroCap Podcast which Robert Kraft, SNN CEO, began over four years ago. Our covenant with investors is to continue to provide information from an educational per-spective and with the help of our cadre of expert contributors, we deliver on that promise. Please visit our website stocknewsnow.com, and watch the SNNLive interviews since these too, like each company profiled in the maga-zine, are intended to help you discover new ideas and learn about each company’s story and their C-level management teams. As you follow these emerging growth stories you can continue to ask several inquiring questions such as: Has a company reached its mile-stones? Is the growth curve just beginning or is it non-existent? Are there new develop-ments or updates? By getting immersed and being resolved to do your due diligence you can form your own thesis that can ultimately help shape your investment strategy. Thank you for reading, subscribing, listening,  viewing, meeting and following us throughout the year and we look forward to seeing you at this year’s Planet MicroCap Showcase 2020, April 21 – April 23, at Bally’s Las Vegas.Shelly KraftPublisher
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First Vanadium Corp.
scale battery is superior to the well-known lithium ion counterpart. Clean, not degrad-ing over time with countless recharging, the Redox battery doesn’t have the risk of exploding, which has happened with the lithium ion battery. In Dalian, China, the world’s largest battery, a vanadium Redox battery is about 10 times the size of Elon Musk’s lithium battery. The current multi-billion dollar booming solar plus battery projects world-wide are also expected to up-take vanadium batteries. These solar projects span residential, corporate, municipal, state and country levels. As residential example, California has regulated that solar panels must be on all new house construction.
Please visit the company’s website for more informa-tion: www.firstvanadium.com
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irst Vanadium Corp. is a Canadian junior min-ing company with an advanced stage exploration proj-ect in mining friendly Nevada, during a mining sector expan-sion period and a political administration that understands the critical nature of vanadium. The 2,609-acre project is 6 miles from Carlin, Nevada meaning near to roads, railhead and power. It is a large resource which is fully funded to Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) in Q1 2020. Not only is this resource near surface but at 300,000,000 pounds in the Indicated category so far, and 75 million pounds in Inferred resource, this makes it the largest and highest-grade primary vana-dium deposit in North America. A technical team with over 400 years of senior industry experience has been assembled to maximize the evaluation and potential viability of this high-grade project. They represent the new shift in Western control over key minerals.
The trade war with China has many consid-erations. The flurry of interest about Rare
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Earth Elements over the winter that drove MSM to consider the 21 Critical Elements to the suc-cess of the US, woke some people up to the lack of control over our own destiny. The demand, the need and the critical nature of these elements has not diminished at all. In fact, the necessity of a world power to control its destiny has never been as neces-sary as now. We cannot rely on Russia and China for our infrastructure, our energy and power, or our shift towards a clean and green future. First Vanadium is a high-grade opportu-nity on track to provide North America a potential supply of critical vanadium for our future.Vanadium is on that critical elements list. The importance of Vanadium cannot be overstated for safe strong infrastructure and reliable sustainable energy storage, incred-ibly important to a modern growing and mobile nation and currently vanadium is not being produced in quantity in North America. China and Russia supply just over 70% of the world’s Vanadium, although deposits exist in North America. “it is time to discover, recover and reserve a hold on this metal for the future”, stated Paul Cowley, CEO of First Vanadium.Eighty-five percent of vanadium is used in infrastructure making the steel stron-ger and lighter, revolutionizing construction from rebar in buildings, bridges, pipelines, even jet turbines and bodies. Globally, $3.7 trillion is required in infrastructure per year, according to McKenzie Global Growth Initiative.
Far more exciting is the energy storage opportunity: the vanadium Redox utility
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