Today's Alert is
Dragon Polymers, Inc. - DRAG

Hello Traders,

DRAG is my new pick currently priced at $.0033 and a market cap of $353,828 according to

This play has all the potential to become a triple digit winner and readers should be genuinely excited for today’s trading session!

The market is just about to open as you read this so let’s jump right into the details of today's new low float alert. One of the most important parts of any trade opportunity is the share structure. I made it a point to find a thinly traded low float play that looked like it could move easily with a pinch of activity - and I think I did just that.

About Dragon Polymers, Inc.

(Current PPS. $.0033)


Dragon Polymers Inc. is reseller industrial polymers, they have been able to identify a worldwide shortage in certain types of polymers, and specifically petroleum based polymers. As a result of this the company is focusing its efforts in the reclamation of polymers, specifically Polyethylene Terephthalate and commercial grade Nylon 66 waste.




DRAG's business model focuses on landfill mining of post-industrial polymers, specifically Nylon 6,6 and Polyethylene Terephthalate. With growing landfill sites becoming a worldwide problem, landfill reclamation projects provide Dragon Polymers a unique opportunity to assist in rehabilitating our environment, while earning revenue for the company and enhancing shareholder value.


DRAG will continue to expand its business model to include other reclamation projects of post-industrial polymer fiber throughout North America.


The world is undergoing drastic changes: over population, over pollution, over consumption and climate changes. One of the visible effects of all the change is the massive accumulation of waste, both post-industrial and post consumption.


The amount of trash making it into landfills is expected to nearly double in the next two decades, from 1.6B tons per year in 2005 to 3B tons in 2030.


Nylon 66 & its associated resin materials are expected to have a U.S. demand of about 1.1 billion pounds during 2013valued at about $2.4 BLN. The auto industry demand in 2013 is expected to be about 440 million pounds. In the electrical & electronics markets, the 2013 demand is expected to be about 205M pounds.


Virgin Nylon is an engineered resin that is very highly priced - in fact, the manufacturers of Virgin Nylon try to keep the price of their product as high as possible. It is now between $1.25 & $1.60 per pound. Nylon users actively seek recycled material with similar properties as Virgin Nylon, in order to take advantage of its substantially lower cost.


The market for Nylon 66 recycled material that DRAG now sells is $0.40 to $0.60 per pound. When that material is cleaned, transformed, & pelletized, it sells for $1.00 to $1.40 per pound.



Dragon Polymers business model focuses on landfill mining of post-industrial polymers, specifically Nylon 6,6 and Polyethylene terephthalate, that have been buried in landfill sites across North America by large chemical company's between 1975 and 1990.


Polymers such as Nylon and Polyethylene terephthalate are petroleum based and therefore have seen a dramatic increase in price over the past 5 years. This increase has led to a boom in the use of recycled polymers, as a replacement for the virgin product. Once these recycled polymers are cleaned and pelletized they are reused in many diverse manufacturing sectors such as the automotive industry, consumer goods and the food and beverages industry.


Nylon-6,6 (PA66) is a semi-crystalline polyamide commonly used in fiber applications such as carpeting, clothing, and tire cord. It is also used as an engineering material in bearings and gears due to its good abrasion resistance and self-lubricating properties.


Polyethylene terephthalate (sometimes written poly(ethylene terephthalate), commonly abbreviated PET, PETE, or the obsolete PETP or PET-P, is a thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family and is used in synthetic fibers; beverage, food and other liquid containers; thermoforming applications; and engineering resins often in combination with glass fiber.


Depending on its processing and thermal history, polyethylene terephthalate may exist both as an amorphous (transparent) and as a semi-crystalline polymer. The semicrystalline material might appear transparent (particle size < 500 nm) or opaque and white (particle size up to a few microns) depending on its crystal structure and particle size. Its monomer (bis-ß-hydroxyterephthalate) can be synthesized by the esterification reaction between terephthalic acid and ethylene glycol with water as a by-product, or by Transesterification reaction between ethylene glycol and dimethyl terephthalate with methanol as a by-product. Polymerization is through a polycondensation reaction of the monomers (done immediately after esterification/ transesterification) with water as the by-product.


DRAGON POLYMERS, wholly owned subsidiary TY Recycling is a reseller of recycled polymers, the company has identified the worldwide shortage in certain types of plastics, specifically petroleum based polymers. As a result of this the company is focusing its efforts in the reclamation of polymers, specifically nylon, that have strategically been buried in landfill sites around the world.



  • Pure Green stock play: Recycling and waste management sector is in fast growth

  • Petroleums polymers products are in worldwide shortage, which is increasing the price of recycled polymers.

  • Many new applications for products have been found from recycled polymers. They are reused in many diverse manufacturing sectors such as the automotive industry, consumer goods and the food and beverages industry.

  • DRAG has a good network of compounders actively purchasing these types of products, mainly for Asian markets.

  • Vast opportunities to get new landfills: the amount of trash making it into landfills is expected to nearly double in the next two decades.

  • DRAG is doing a partnership with a Montreal university to improve its extraction techniques of nylon deposits in landfills..

  • For the McAdoo landfill site: the estimated value of the commercial grade polymers once cleaned; reground and pelletized is US$120M. For the South Carolina landfill, the actual value of the estimated 20,000 metric tons of Nylon 6,6 is around US$12M. The Nylon 6,6 is not cleaned nor pelletized and is loaded directly from the landfill into the shipping containers.

  • Potential stock return for DRAG is over 100% based on the 52-week high

DRAG presents an exciting opportunity for traders today the one that does not come along that often.  Make sure you start your research and trade smart!



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