Aggressive Growth-Stock Suggestion

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This 25-Cent-a-Share Company Has a $1 Price Target from Scarsdale Equities!

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I-Minerals Inc. is a North American Game-Changer!

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It’s led by a former billion-dollar company’s go-to-man for overseeing the development and operation of some of their most profitable mines. Now, Thomas Conway is turning I-Minerals into a cash cow for some of the wealthiest investors in America.

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Approaching 40% of I-Minerals (TSXV: IMA & US: IMAHF) is owned by Allen Ball and his inner circle of friends and family.

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Now is the time to look at I-Minerals, before this story goes mainstream!

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Aggressive Growth-Stock Suggestion

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Dear Reader,

In 2002, Allen Ball founded Ball Ventures LLC, a real estate acquisition company, and yielded himself and early investors a fortune! Establishing the company with him was Cortney Liddiard, who is still the CEO today.[/su_note][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][ultimate_spacer height=”20″][vc_single_image image=”109858″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1449076546288{padding-bottom: 0px !important;}”][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]A recent interview with Cortney revealed his favorite real estate investment today wasn’t a commercial or residential property, but a mining company with mineral deposits in Idaho.The company he was referring to is I-Minerals,of which Allen Ball sits on the board of directors.

Insider ownership is extremely high for this story – much higher than other companies in this space. And we think it’s the biggest secret in the entire junior resource sector today! It’s one that has none of the underlying commodity riskslike the more popular plays like gold, silver, and oil.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Stock Suggestion: I-Minerals Inc.
Share Price: TSXV: IMA $0.25 Canadian & IMAHF $0.18


This diversified mineral company is developing the resources that keep our world working, aiming to bring North American production to the western United States with unique deposits in Idaho.

ALL Fortune 500 companies, no matter what sector they are in or what they do, are buyers of very specific industrial metals. Right now, these blue chips are forced to receive delivery from faraway places like Turkey, New Zealand, China, and Italy.

This is why I-Minerals is going to be a complete game-changer, especially in the Western U.S., where there is no other mining company like them![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

The Minerals IMA will be Mining have end uses that are Helping You Right Now as you Read This

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High-purity quartz is used for smart phones, TV and computer screens, tablets, LED lights, and even solar glass.

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Drive a car, ever been to the doctor, or slept on a bed? Halloysite is a mineral that occurs as a nanotube and is used for cosmetics, life science pharmaceuticals, automotive applications, rubber, and plastics and polymers such as a truck bed liner.

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Metakaolin, another mineral product IMA will be producing, is used for concrete, countertops, and stucco. Essentially, it’s the most important component in man-made structures.

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They will also be mining K-spar, highly valued and limited in the U.S.,but its use is enormous, used for paint, high-clarity glass, ceramics, and sanitary ware


It doesn’t matter if the world is in a boom or bust; as long as people want to keep using technology and living in a modern world, IMA minerals will need to be mined!

It’s no wonder why a former top man at billion-dollar Newmont Mining would decide to head up this tiny mineral company,with additional support and an active role from one of the wealthiest men in all of America, Allen Ball!

The company was vetted last year by Euro Pacific Capital, and received a USD $0.70 price target. Today, it trades for less than a quarter! With a recent, more updated review by Scarsdale Equities who just initiated coverage with a $1 price target.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Our Recommendation: Consider Shares of IMA Immediately

The company has a very small market cap, which offers great upside potential,and should have some major developments in 2016, including their feasibility study, which is due out any day!

IMA is managed by the very best people in the business, looking to operate a real cash-flowing enterprise. Mr. Conway has stated he expects to pay a dividend, which should turn this tiny stock into a cash cow, with major upside potential over the next 12 to 24 months as they enter into becoming a producing company.

I believe Mr. Conway and his team will be enormously successful.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Best Regards,
Daniel Ameduri

Editor’s Note: IMA faces a near-zero geological risk; the permitting for these mines are very straight-forward compared to other metals. There is no environmental impact study – these are state-level permits only. And the state is actually a partner with IMA, set to make a 5% royalty from company’s deposits. IMA is also set to help create jobs in an old logging town.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text]

10 Reasons to Consider Shares of I-Minerals

  1. Current price target from Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Capital is 70 cents. Shares trade for 32 cents today![su_spacer size=”10″]
  2. Pre-feasibility study indicates IMA will be a low-cost producer.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  3. Free cash flow expected to be $24 million, with a very high percentage going towards a dividend to shareholders.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  4. One of the wealthiest men in America is a 35% shareholder, along with his family.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  5. Mine life of 75 years![su_spacer size=”10″]
  6. IMA is set to be a cash-flow machine.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  7. Independent of “spot price,” other mineral companies are slaves, too. IMA will negotiate directly with end-user customers.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  8. It’s led by Thomas Conway, one of the most experienced executives in the industry, formerly a general manager for billion-dollar giant, Newmont – mining’s most profitable mine.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  9. End uses for IMA’s minerals are tied to practically everything you use and see… from your iPhone to the tile on your kitchen floor, these are must-have products.[su_spacer size=”10″]
  10. Advanced-stage deposit, with production set to begin in 2017!

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