How to Invest in Lithium: The Fuel of the Future15 min read

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  1. Richard Silversides says:

    There are many more applications than just batteries for cars. e.g.: “Tesla Motors Inc. will supply 20 megawatts (80 megawatt-hours) of energy storage to Southern California Edison as part of a wider effort to prevent blackouts by replacing fossil-fuel electricity generation with lithium-ion batteries.” Energy storage systems for wind and solar could be huge.

  2. Robert Chittenden says:

    Robert Chittenden says, I’m all in on New Legacy Gold, symbol NUG on the TSX and Astorius Resources, Symbol ASQ on the TSX, both gold stocks. NUG will fly but ASQ is going to soar.

  3. Steve Winser says:

    I contacted my broker to get his input on ML. He has been in the business for a long time, so he has seen his share of fancy promotional propaganda. He got back to me with a write up from Thomson ONE that mentions Graham Harris and Andrew Bowering being involved with a company ATW Gold. Basically calling them scamsters and crooks. Wondering if you have any background knowledge of these two or ATW. Is there any grounds for these allegations?
    Thanks. Steve

  4. Luc Rolland says:

    But as we can see with our laptops, the lithium-ion are not lasting long and performance is quickly decaying, thus we will be soon sitting on a huge stock-pile of scap filling more junkyards. I need those batteries to last more then 5 years, for their application on green ships, they need to reach 30 years plus. Where is the independant funded research ? If I find a long lasting battery, I know how to make a green cargo ship without petrol. Were are the good long lasting batteries ? Perhaps I could use pure lithium as a way to power a Stirling engine with slowed down burning.

  5. Tracy Hartford says:

    Nice article, thank you. I have personally found that when focusing on a market where macroeconomics of supply and demand suggest that there may be a pending deficit in the commodity in the near future; (Lithium in this case), many questions arise such as: What is lithium? What do I look at, for lithium mining? Is lithium a good investment? Attached is an article I found that’s short, but answers these questions

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