We employ a unique approach to investing and trading in financial markets. Our approach boosts share count daily, smooths out market volatility and allows us to enter into new strategic long positions with solid conviction – we call these kinetic rockets.
Kinetic Rockets is a unique and proprietary way to look at equity investments. At their basic level, Kinetic Rockets are individual equities traded on the major stock exchanges like the NYSE and the Nasdaq.
How does it work?
First, we start with a macro investment strategy.
Second, we identify individual equities that align with our strategy and are good candidates to be “Kinetic Rockets” based on our proprietary strategic criteria.
Ideally, these Kinetic Rockets grow with our macro investment strategy and become self-sustaining (in the same way that kinetic energy is self-sustaining).
Once a Kinetic Rocket becomes mature, we use proceeds from that rocket to fuel additional kinetic rockets either within the same sector or in a different sector that also aligns with our macro investment strategy.
Tankers are going nowhere fast right now and we like them. DHT Holdings, Inc. ($DHT) is our kinetic rocket for the sector. Here is a long-term chart depicting the ratio of the Nasdaq Composite to Frontline Ltd. ($FRO) another tanker company that has been around awhile: As you can see from this chart, the Nasdaq …
Denison Mines ($DNN) announced some new expansion drill results at Zone C of their Phoenix Project. Here is the Press Release. Denison Mines ($DNN) is one of our kinetic rockets.
Elon Musk sent crypto soaring today with his announcement that Tesla bought $1.5 billion in bitcoin. Also, uranium continues to catch a bid with stocks trending much higher today on the back of gains on Friday. Our crypto kinetic rocket Canaan ($CAN) was up big today, along with our uranium kinetic rockets Energy Fuels ($UUUU) …
We have conviction in Uranium because of supply and demand fundamentals and its current average price compared to the Nasdaq Composite.
Here is a chart showing the historic ratio of the Nasdaq Composite to the Uranium price per pound:
Based upon this longterm ratio and the current level of the Nasdaq Composite, Uranium should be valued at $138 / pound using the ratio’s moving average. Uranium is currently valued at around $30 / pound.
We have conviction in Silver because of its industrial usage and monetary fundamentals and its current average price compared to the Nasdaq Composite.
Here is a chart showing the historic ratio of the Nasdaq Composite to the Silver price per ounce:
Based upon this longterm ratio and the current level of the Nasdaq Composite, Silver should be valued at $67 / ounce using the ratio’s moving average. Silver is currently valued at around $26 / ounce.