NIA's Perfect Palladium Track Record

On January 14th at 3:35PMEST, NIA announced Canadian Palladium (CSE: BULL) at $0.105 per share as its new #1 palladium stock suggestion. At that time, palladium was trading for $2,188.28 per oz. Yesterday, palladium closed at $2,353 per oz for a gain of 7.53% vs. BULL closing at $0.195 per share for a gain of 85.71%. BULL has gained an amazing 11.38X more than palladium since NIA's suggestion on January 14th!

In fact, from January 14th at 3:35PMEST through yesterday's close of trading, BULL's gain of 85.71% has made it the #1 best performing palladium play in the entire market! Excluding BULL, the other 9 palladium plays have achieved a median gain of 24.72% during this same time period! BULL has gained 3.47X more than the median of the other 9 palladium stocks! See for yourself in the chart above!

Up until about one week ago, NIA was only aware of a total of 10 stocks listed on any exchange worldwide that it considered to be a "palladium play" due to it having either: A) a primary palladium producing mine, B) a NI 43-101 resource with palladium being the primary metal, or C) an early-stage exploration project that is located directly adjacent to either A or B.

BULL clearly met qualification B. NIA's previous #1 palladium stock suggestion from before BULL was Group Ten Metals (TSXV: PGE), which met qualification C. NIA only sent out a single alert profiling PGE as its #1 palladium stock suggestion back on October 20th at $0.145 per share. PGE gained 13.79% the following day to $0.165 per share and finished 2019 up to $0.22 per share for a ten-week gain of 51.72%. On January 20th, PGE peaked at $0.38 per share for a gain of 162% in three months!

After PGE hit $0.38 per share on January 20th, NIA sent out an urgent alert with PGE still trading at $0.36 per share warning its members that PGE had a massive amount of in-the-money warrants expiring this month. NIA predicted that PGE would see a large short-term dip from $0.36 per share. NIA was right! Over the following days, PGE declined by 37.5% to a low of $0.225 per share. Meanwhile, BULL continued rising over the following four days to reach a high of $0.23 per share where it was up by 119% from NIA's suggestion price! 

NIA has just discovered a brand new palladium play that we have never mentioned before. It appears to be the only palladium play that remains completely undiscovered by the investment community. It hasn't run at all yet and we plan to announce it as our new #1 palladium stock suggestion as soon as tomorrow!

Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. NIA is not an investment advisor and does not provide investment advice. Always do your own research and make your own investment decisions. This message is not a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold securities. NIA has received compensation from BULL of USD$30,000 cash for a six-month marketing contract. Never make investment decisions based on anything NIA says. This message is meant for informational and educational purposes only and does not provide investment advice.