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Today, I have a new “Bright Idea 💡” that demands your attention right now.

The stock you need to pull up on your screen right now is:

Adamas One (Nasdaq: JEWL)

I’m really excited about JEWL, because, as you’ll see, I believe this stock is in “breakout mode” right now.

I have been watching JEWL for a while, and hoping there would be a meaningful dip, so I could bring this to your attention at a lower price.

But, after what I’m seeing now, I don’t know if that is going to happen anytime soon.

Just yesterday, the stock was up another 15%+ on the day.

JEWL has quietly been a monster over the last couple of months. 

As you can see, in just the last 50 days, JEWL has gained over 108% and has traded higher on the critical 5 and 20-day periods as well… 

What I really like is the action we saw yesterday.  

I think this was a crucial move for the stock because it took out another resistance level, as you can see in this chart below:

JEWL had its IPO (initial public offering) in December @ $4.50, where it raised over $11 million.

I am not sure why, but in the months following the IPO, the stock dropped to under $1, losing over 80% of its value.

At that point, I wrote this off as another great-sounding business, but failed IPO stock.  There have been a lot of those in the last year, and I usually think it is best to avoid them.

Surprisingly, JEWL managed to find a trading base for nearly three months around the $1 level.  And like they say, “The longer the base, the higher the space!” 

That has certainly been the case for JEWL so far.  As you can see in the chart above, after JEWL finally managed to have closing prices above the $1 resistance level, it quickly shot up 25%, then retested the $1 level once again.

After that last retest of $1, JEWL has been on a rampage, and the stock has rocketed over 50% higher since then.  

As you can also see in the chart above, I pointed out the second resistance level at around $1.40.

In my opinion, yesterday was extremely important because the stock took out that resistance level with a vengeance and with strong volume, which suggests to me there was investor conviction behind the move.

I think all of this clearly points in the direction of a “breakout move” for JEWL right now.  

I have no idea where the stock will go from here, but assuming the trend stays intact, I would guess that it will continue to climb and find a new level of resistance at some point.

It’s also important to note that the stock has some very strong momentum grades on various sites I follow. 

TipRanks shows near perfection on the daily technical indicators and moving averages and “BUY” ratings across the board…

Yahoo! Finance shows virtually the same thing with their proprietary indicators, too  – “Bullish” for the short and medium term, which is all I typically care about as a trader. 

One of the strongest fundamental drivers I could find out there is an announcement from a few months ago where JEWL announced a $7.5 million share buyback program.

Again, Yahoo! Finance reports JEWL to be a minuscule $35 million market cap company. 

While a buyback of this size may not matter much to a big stock like AAPL, which buys back billions worth of shares a year, $7.5M is a very sizable amount for a company the size of JEWL, assuming they were to implement the entire authorized amount.

Plus…ask yourself, “When was the last time you saw a small stock like JEWL announce a buyback?”

That shows a strong vote of confidence from the management, and investors should keep this in mind. 

Ok, by this point, you probably get the picture of what I am seeing with the price charts.  I think this is a no-brainer right now on that front.

Now, what does JEWL actually do?

It’s actually quite fascinating.  I don’t know of another publicly-traded company like it – they create lab-grown diamonds! 💎

From a recent press release issued by Talk Markets, I found the following bullet points to help give you the overview on JEWL:

The key investment highlights they focus on include:

  1. Rapidly Growing Market: Lab-grown diamonds currently represent over 42% of diamond sales in the US market and growing.
  2. Scalable Production: JEWL’s production capacity is set to reach a $12 million sales run rate this year, with plans for further expansion.
  3. Favorable Economics: The expansion is expected to yield gross margins of 70%+ and EBITDA margins of 50%+ when completed.
  4. Overcoming Hurdles: JEWL acknowledges the challenges it must overcome, including improving the turnaround time for cutting and polishing, arranging financing for capacity expansion, expanding marketing efforts, and facing competition in the grown-diamond market.
  5. Technology: JEWL’s lab-grown diamonds are indistinguishable from mined diamonds in terms of optical, physical, and chemical properties. The company’s CVD (Chemical Vapor Deposition) process produces high-quality diamonds with low levels of impurities, making them suitable for both industrial and jewelry applications.

(source: https://www.adamasone.com/)

  1. Market Trends: Lab-grown diamonds are experiencing substantial growth in the jewelry market, with unit sales up 57.6% and value sales up 37.2% year-over-year. While lab-grown diamonds have yet to catch up with natural diamonds in terms of value, their lower retail prices and environmental benefits contribute to their increasing popularity.
  2. Competitive Advantage: JEWL competes favorably against HPHT (high pressure, high temperature) produced diamonds, offering advantages in batch size cost, color quality, and clarity. The company’s focus on large single-crystal diamonds sets it apart from competitors.
  3. Scalability and Finances: The company’s proprietary production technology is highly scalable, and plans for expansion have been strategically laid out. Adamas One aims to finance future growth primarily through cash flow generated by its existing facility.

Another important consideration are the terrible conditions and human rights issues with mining diamonds right now.

We are all aware of the horrendous process of traditional diamond mining, as illustrated by the media’s coverage and labeling this as “blood diamonds.”

Kanye West perfectly sums up the tension with diamond mining in his “Diamonds from Sierra Leone” song (one of my favs!)

Spend your whole life tryna get that ice

On a Polo rugby, it look so nice

How can somethin’ so wrong make me feel so right?

JEWL addresses this with a totally humane (and beautiful!) solution. 

Consider the value proposition of lab-created vs mined diamonds as well.

Overall, I think you’ll agree with me that JEWL is an exceptional opportunity right now.

I really feel that time is of the essence when looking at this idea, so make sure you do your research immediately on this.

Just because I like a stock doesn’t mean it is going to work out like I think it could – it might do better, or worse. If you decide to trade it, make sure you understand all the risks involved and have your own game plan in place. A good place to start is by visiting the company’s website and getting to know more about the story. I am simply showing you something that I think is an outstanding opportunity to look at right now.

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