Back on November 11, 2014, NIA announced Arizona Mining (TSX: AZ) then known as Wildcat Silver (TSX: WS) at $0.37 per share as its #1 stock suggestion to buy headed into 2015. On this past Wednesday, AZ finished at a new all-time closing high of $3.48 per share for a gain of 770%! Between November 11, 2014 when NIA announced AZ as its #1 pick for 2015 and December 7, 2016, AZ was the #1 largest gaining Canadian traded mining stock with a market cap exceeding $200 million! There are a total of 92 Canadian traded mining stocks with a market cap exceeding $200 million and during this time period they made a median gain of 73.21%. NIA’s #1 pick for 2015 AZ made a 10.52X larger gain than the industry median!
Back on August 10, 2015, NIA announced Great Panther Silver (GPL) at $0.35 per share as its #1 stock suggestion to buy headed into 2016. On April 29, 2016, GPL reached a new multi-year high of $2.25 per share for a gain of 542.9% in only eight months! Between August 10, 2015 when NIA announced GPL as its #1 pick for 2016 and April 29, 2016, GPL was the #1 largest gaining U.S. traded gold/silver producer! There are a total of 38 U.S. traded gold/silver producers and during this time period they made a median gain of 103.57%. NIA’s #1 pick for 2016 GPL made a 5.24X larger gain than the industry median!
On Monday morning, NIA will be announcing its #1 stock suggestion for 2017! NIA is very confident that it will make gains very similar to its previous two top picks for the new year AZ +770% and GPL +542.9%!
NIA’s #1 stock suggestion for 2017 will be a Potash company. Out of 2,544 companies that trade on the NYSE, the #1 largest gainer this past week was Intrepid Potash (IPI), which gained 65.97%! NIA’s #1 pick for 2017 has the potential to make much larger gains between now and year-end!
Potash stocks are beginning to explode! The three largest Potash producers Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (POT), Agrium Inc. (AGU), and Mosaic Co. (MOS) – each finished this week at new 52-week highs!
Potash prices bottomed in 2016 at a nine-year low and are set to explode in 2017!
Over the last three months, North American Potash Inventories have declined by a stunning 49%! North American Potash Inventories have gone from being 47.2% above the 5-year average at the end of June to 13.8% below the 5-year average at the end of September!