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5 top graphene stocks to invest in today

Graphene's revolutionary applications in various industries including electronics, energy storage and healthcare make it a noteworthy investment.

Graphene is a highly sought-after material that can be used in producing solar panels, batteries and many other electronic applications. While it’s possible to turn a profit investing in graphene stocks, keep in mind that — like any investment — graphene stocks are not immune to risk. These stocks are subject to fluctuating conditions, both in the market and in the graphene industry. So, carefully vet your picks before you invest.

5 top graphene stocks of 2024

We rounded up a selection of US-listed stocks of companies involved in the graphene industry directly and indirectly — whether that’s graphene manufacturing, graphene manufacturing equipment makers or companies investing in graphene research and technology. We sources information from Yahoo Finance, with returns accurate as of July 8, 2024.

LogoStock name and tickerStock descriptionYTD return
TeslaTesla (TSLA)Tesla (TSLA) is the largest electric vehicle maker. It signed a recent contract with Magnis Energy for graphite supply (used in lithium-ion battery cathodes).1.2%

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CVD equipment logoCVD Equipment (CVV)CVD Equipment (CVV) is a US company that provides process deposition equipment & solutions for different graphene applications.-18.7%

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IBM logoIBM (IBM)IBM (IBM) is a global technology and consulting company renowned for its innovation in computing, cloud services and artificial intelligence solutions. It has been investing in R&D to use graphene in its chips9%

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Cabot corporation logoCabot Corporation (CBT)Cabot Corporation (CBT) is a global specialty chemicals and performance materials company serving various industries worldwide.6.5%

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ZentekZentek (ZTEK)Zentek is a Canada-based graphene technology company founded in 2008. The company pursues opportunities in the nano-materials industry through its IP development and commercialization processes.-20.5%

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Investing in emerging industries requires understanding that both outsized gains and losses are possible. Hype can cause stock prices to soar, while losses can mount if you buy in at peak excitement and the industry soon falls out of favor. Before investing, do your research and consider the legitimate potential of the new industry, taking a long-term view as you do. Consider exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to mitigate risk through diversification and gain exposure to all key players in the space.

— Matt Miczulski, Editor, Investments.

More graphene companies to watch

Below is a list of graphene companies not listed on US stock exchanges but are worth looking at if you want to invest in graphene.

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Graphene stocks from the companies below are located on non-US exchanges, which means you’ll need a brokerage account that offers access to international stocks. Different brokerages offer access to different exchanges, so if you’re interested in a specific non-US stock, you’ll want to check if it’s available through your brokerage account.

Applied Graphene Materials (APGMF)

Applied Graphene Materials plc engages in the manufacture, dispersion and development of graphene, primarily in the United Kingdom. It offers reduced graphene oxide and graphene nanoplatelets dispersion for use in:

  • paints and coatings
  • car waxes and polishes
  • polymers and composite materials
  • thermal adhesive materials
  • lubricants and functional fluids
  • batteries and energy storage systems

Applied Graphene Materials plc was founded in 2010 and is based in Redcar, the United Kingdom. APGMC is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

Haydale Graphene Industries (HDGHF)

Haydale Graphene Industries plc, through its subsidiaries, produces, sells and functionalizes graphene and other nanomaterials in the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States, China, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and internationally. It offers:

  • inks and coatings
  • resins, fluids and masterbatches for use in composites and polymers
  • masterbatch and pre-preg composites
  • elastomers and other nanomaterials
  • installed SiC

In addition, it provides graphene face masks; CeramycGuard; composites; elastomers; silicon carbide whiskers; and advanced consulting and test services. Haydale Graphene Industries is listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

AIXTRON (AIXXF)

AIXTRON SE, together with its subsidiaries, provides deposition equipment to the semiconductor industry in Asia, Europe and the Americas. The company also engages in the development of deposition processes, such as equipment, consulting and training, customer support and service for equipment, as well as peripheral equipment and services. It supplies deposition equipment for volume production, research and development of equipment and pre-series productions.

AIXTRON is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (XETRA).

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