Natural Resource Alert: This Undiscovered Lithium Stock Could See Substantial Upside In 2019
Global automakers are scrambling to improve on the tech for battery-powered electric vehicles. There has been a surge of electric-car introductions, and almost all of them are using current battery technology. This means Lithium. It’s too late for the average investor to profit off pricy behemoths such as Tesla. So the question you might be asking yourself is, what is the best lithium stock to buy?
Goldman Sachs calls it the “new gasoline.”
The Economist calls it “the world’s hottest commodity” and “an increasingly precious metal.”
Investors call it the road to riches. There’s no doubt about it…
Lithium is red hot right now. It’s a hot topic and a hot investment.
An indisputable fact is that lithium is a necessity for new battery technology, and demand for it stretches from electric vehicle manufacturers to renewable energy sources like wind power turbines and solar powered cells. Lithium already powers the cell phone in your pocket, the tablet on your nightstand, and the laptop on your desk… It may already be powering the car in your garage.
The global lithium market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 12.93% during the period 2018-2022. According to the report, one driver in the market is an increased need from diversified applications. The surge in demand for lithium from applications such as glass and ceramics, lubricants, and power grid storage is expected to drive the market growth.
Demand is growing even as prices have dropped. Lithium producers that can find, mine and refine this element efficiently will emerge as the winners of this budding industry. One small-cap company could be on the verge of skyrocketing….
American Lithium Corp. (OTC QB: LIACF) (TSXV: LI) (FSE: 5LA) is actively engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of lithium deposits within mining-friendly jurisdictions throughout the Americas. The Company is currently exploring and developing two projects in the highly prospective Esmeralda Lithium District in Nevada.
LIACF projects are just 3 ½ hours south of the Tesla Gigafactory, and in the same basinal environment as Albemarle’s Silver Peak Lithium Mine, and the advancing deposits and resources including Ioneer Inc.’s Rhyolite Ridge and Cypress Development Corp’s Clayton Valley Project. In other words, these locations are Lithium goldmines.
Trading right around $0.30, this could be a steal as they are one of the very few companies operating in the mining-friendly jurisdictions throughout the Americas.
LIACF holds over 1,500 acres at their TLC project near Tonopah, NV, one of the most promising and underdeveloped lithium claystone basins in North America today. Ther Fish Lake Valley Project consists of over 25,000 acres within the highly prospective Esmeralda Lithium District.
President Trump is pushing an America first philosophy when it comes to critical minerals such as lithium. In fact, in December 2017, Trump signed an executive order to reduce dependency on imported critical minerals.
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The evolution of battery chemistry means minerals that were once predictable sources of marginal revenue have almost overnight become some of the most sought-after commodities on the planet.
The explosive and exciting transformation of industrialized western nations from massive carbon abusers to environmental champions is driving extraordinary new avenues of growth in the resource sector.
Lithium has been leading the way and lithium demand is expected to double in the next five years (20% year on year) and continue on the same growth trajectory for many years to come. Now is the time that junior mining operators with foresight and vision can begin to see their early-stage efforts pay off.
LIACF is ideally situated to leverage the convergence of supply & demand in the historically oldest and largest lithium prospective region in North America.
As the demand for lithium batteries grows, driven by the demand for electric vehicles and ever-larger power storage capacity, American Lithium Corp may be the answer to growing lithium demand.
An Exponential Growth Market
Lithium carbonate spot price has increased markedly from around US$5,000 per tonne in 2014 to around US$16,500 per tonne today – with prices in the Chinese markets reaching even higher levels.
Two factors determine the price of lithium: There’s only a limited supply of this element, as it only makes up 0.0007 percent of the Earth’s crust. Chile produces most of the element for the world market, with Australia coming in second. In the US you can only find a single solitary mine in the whole country.
And that’s exactly where American Lithium Corp. is situated.
There may be a new player in the Lithium space. Can LIACF deliver?
American Lithium Corp. (OTC QB: LIACF) (TSXV: LI) (FSE: 5LA) is a growing player in this industry and needs to be added to your watch list today!
Thanks to its valuable assets, location, and strong leadership team, LIACF seems uniquely positioned to excel in the red-hot lithium marketplace.
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