Little-Known Company Has Found A Potential $150 Million Treasure That Could Send Its Stock Price Soaring
Blue Water Ventures International Inc. (OTC: BWVI)
Deep beneath the ocean’s waves, resting on the cold and dark seafloor, lay treasures worth billions of dollars just waiting to be discovered.
Did you know that the world’s ocean floors are literally covered with gold and silver?
From sunken Spanish galleons carrying tons of Aztec and Incan treasures to shipwrecked English merchant ships loaded with diamond jewels, many $100 million dollar fortunes have been made literally overnight by recovering the precious cargoes of sunken ships.
Take a look at these incredible discoveries:
- In July 1985, the Spanish galleon Señora de Atocha was found in Florida with a cargo worth almost $500 million – including 40 TONS of gold and silver, 114,000 silver coins, countless Colombian emeralds and over 1,000 silver ingots. And this is only HALF of the total that is still out there.
- In 2009 the British ship Port Nicholson was found off the coast of Maine with 71 tons of platinum ingots worth $3 billion.
- In December 2015, the wreckage of the San José was found 307 years after its sinking. Its gold and silver are estimated to be worth between $4 and $17 billion!And this is just the tip of the iceberg…A Popular Mechanics article estimates that there are more than $60 billion of treasures waiting to be found on the world’s seabeds. But this is a very conservative figure because there are more than 1 million still undiscovered shipwrecks. Other sources put this figure at a massive 3 million undiscovered shipwrecks.There are thousands of other salvageable ships holding hundreds of tons of precious metals and jewels which have not been found… yet.
Blue Water Ventures International – A Small-Cap Stock That Could Gain Big
A Florida-based small-cap company could be the one to earn hundreds of millions of dollars from underwater treasure hunting. Blue Water Ventures International (OTC Ticker:BWVI) has been working in the field for more than 12 years with a string of successes under the guidance of CEO Keith Webb.
Webb is a savvy entrepreneur and adventurer who has again and again shown a knack for finding and recovering valuable treasures. He founded the company in 2005 after a successful 20-year career in finance.
From 2006 to 2011, using its own technologies, BWVI recovered more than $16 million in rare treasures from the Santa Margarita, a Spanish galleon sunk in 1622. This included an incredible 16,184 precious pearls worth $12 million. The company’s success led to the decision to go public in 2012, opening the way to raise more capital to finance more underwater expeditions.
BWVI struck gold again in 2014.
The salvage vessel M/V Endeavor, working off the coast of Ft. Pierce, Florida, recovered gold and silver coins from the wreckage of a Spanish ship sunk in 1715. The potential for more recoveries, as BWVI’s exploration continues, is absolutely enormous.
The company estimates, based on reputable historical evidence, that the ship’s remains hold 166,574 silver “pieces of eight” coins, 550 ingots of silver weighing 10,000 pounds and over 9,000 ounces of gold in the form of bars, discs, and bits. The total value of this treasure could be worth from $20 million up to an astounding $150 million.
The chances of recovering most, if not all, of this treasure, are excellent. Unlike any of its competitors, BWVI boasts a team of the best experts in shipping history and archaeology.
Dr. Eugene Lyon, BWVI’s project historian, is a world-renowned authority in Spanish colonial Florida and the Spanish maritime system. Thanks to his astounding archival work he was the key figure in the discovery of the Señora de Atocha ’s $500 million treasure.
James Sinclair, BWVI’s Chief Archaeologist, is an internationally-recognized marine archaeologist and also was instrumental in the Atocha discovery.
Not only is BWVI leading the way in maritime exploration, it is pursuing exciting business opportunities to grow revenues and earn profits.
On May 2nd, 2017 the company announced the commissioning of the Santa Margarita Pearl Collection. This partnership with design group Bradford James will design luxury jewelry items from the thousands of pearls of the Santa Margarita find. This partnership will help BWVI generate more revenues to supplement its exploration projects. In the words of CEO Keith Webb:
“We are excited to embark on the monetization of our extensive artifact collection, bringing in additional revenue streams”
The market for underwater treasures is a proven money-maker. In 2015 the auction of only three signature pieces from the Santa Margarita generated an incredible $400,000 in revenues for BWVI! This was part of a larger $2 million sale of precious artifacts from the ship.
BWVI’s Santa Margarita find could hold another $150 MLN in precious metals.
BWVI has up to now focused on shallow water search and recovery projects up to a depth of 150 feet. However, with technological progression in recent years, the company is now planning to start exploring deep-water wrecks. And history shows us that this is where the multi-billion dollar discoveries are made. BWVI is now open to exploring a whole new range of promising shipwrecks in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic.
Massive treasures are out there just waiting to be found. Among them:
- The RMS Republic, a luxury ocean liner sunk in 1909 near Massachusetts, estimated to have up to $5 billion in precious metals, jewels, and antiques.
- The Spanish galleon San Miguel, located somewhere off the coast of Florida, estimated to hold a treasure worth up to $2 Billion.
BWVI boasts a successful team of sea treasure hunters.
Underwater exploration stocks can move up by multiples in the space of a few months when a major wreckage is found. If you’re wondering what could happen to BWVI, look at Odyssey Marine Exploration (NASDAQ Ticker: OMEX), one of the major listed marine salvage companies.
In 2007, the stock skyrocketed to more than $100 per share when the company discovered the Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes ship. In late 2000, the stock traded for only $0.78 per share. That is a staggering 10,000+% return. On the back of this find, Odyssey reached an astonishing market value of $750 million. To put it in perspective, that is over 100 times the market value of BWVI!
Likewise, BWVI stands to cash in millions from underwater treasures. Even a find much smaller than Odyssey’s could easily push the price of BWVI shares significantly higher.
At this point, events are lining up to make BWVI a conceivable next big winner in the underwater treasure hunting sector:
- A team with an excellent track record and world-level expertise in the field.
- The existing Santa Margarita find that could yield another $10 to $20 million in gold and silver with the ongoing exploration plans, up to a massive motherlode of $150 MLN.
- A new revenue stream from the high-margin, luxury jewelry segment which is just about to be tapped.
- The open-sky potential of BWVI’s deep-water exploration plans in the future.
This list makes the company a very interesting investment opportunity. However, as with any investment opportunity, there are always some risks to consider: Will BWVI be able to monetize its existing discoveries? Will the company be able to follow through on its historical and archeological work and pull more treasure from the ocean floor? As you know, markets and stocks are driven by EXPECTATIONS. And the expectations for BWVI appear to be improving.
If you are looking to make an investment that rides the wave of the treasure hunting market, you should take a closer look at BWVI. The window of opportunity to buy shares of BWVI at a low price is still open for now. If you compare the investment risks with what the company has recently announced and disclosed in its quarterly filings about what the future could hold, it appears justifiable to get into BWVI somewhere near its current trading range.
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