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@backstroke_@PamplonaTrader Agree on the operating costs, but they are targeting different production rate and have a partner who should know more accurately plant costs etc. Market demand, forecast and prices all different.
Unsure on potash, $SQM might have a different stance based on their 2020 view of fertilizer market. $LAC#lithium
@DanOA quick reminder to $ion shareholders. #Lithium is nowadays touted as the new (or even better than) gold. Mark Twain used to say:"A mine is a hole in the ground. The discoverer of it is a natural liar. The hole in the ground and the liar combine and issue shares and trap fools." While investors are generally used to figure out hardrock deposits the brine deposits represent a new frontier and some unscrupulous individuals take advantage of that. Read the first part on $ion (attached) then wait for (and read) the second part that would be emailed & published later today or tomorrow morning. After reading that you might consider asking the bully CEO/Trump hater/gold 'bug'/'journalist'/promoter/hockey & horse racing fan to come back from his Mexican vacation. http://cdn.ceo.ca/1cabodp-Alset%201st.pdf
@ylr$MMS Why I said it's positive for MMS tomorrow ? Let's take a look at the 15m chart.
On the 15m chart:
1) MACD just crossed
2) STO BUY
3) MFI very positive divergence
4) 10/20 SMA rising
5) RSI is above 0.50
6) It's technically breaking out of a 100% Pennant (to be confirmed tomorrow)
@ylr$LAC Here is my analysis of the recent move on the hourly chart and why I think there is more juice in this.
1) Broke out of a 38% symmetrical triangle
2) Now in a solid uptrend building small steps
3) Today cycle indicated a bottom, leading me to think there is more upside.
4) MFI has a negative divergence however I don't see it has a problem (see my 15m chart analysis)
5) STO BUY
6) RSI is a bit overbought but nothing to be concerned about at the moment
7) Once we break the red trend line it hit will roll big.
Now let's look at the 15m chart:
1) MACD cross
2) MFI positive divergence and came out of oversold, look what happens when it does this.
Note that LAC has an history of being a big mover on Fridays.
@EpsteinResearch#lithium#Economist Here's a great article from the Economist Magazine. Recall last year they put out an article on Li pricing that became a go to piece that everyone read and linked to. This one captures a groundswell of support for the notion that global EV penetration estimates are being ratcheted up. Highlighting this movement is David Deak's January 25th presentation in Toronto that the world will need 100 giga-factories at 100 Gwh each to electrify the global fleet. I'm not posting this just because it's bullish for Li stocks, but because I 100% think its true....
Quote from the article,
"The change of gear is recent. One car in a hundred sold today is powered by electricity. The proportion of EVs on the world’s roads is still well below 1%. Most forecasters had reckoned that by 2025 that would rise to around 4%. Those estimates are undergoing a big overhaul as carmakers announce huge expansions in their production of EVs. Morgan Stanley, a bank, now says that by 2025 EV sales will hit 7m a year and make up 7% of vehicles on the road. Exane BNP Paribas, another bank, reckons that it could be more like 11% (see chart). But as carmakers plan for ever more battery power, even these figures could quickly seem too low."
"Ford’s boss is bolder still. In January Mark Fields announced that the “era of the electric vehicle is dawning”, and he reckons that the number of models of EVs will exceed pure ICE-powered cars within 15 years. Ford has promised 13 new electrified cars in the next five years. Others are making bigger commitments. Volkswagen, the world’s biggest carmaker, said last year that it would begin a product blitz in 2020 and launch 30 new battery-powered models by 2025, when EVs will account for up to a quarter of its sales. Daimler, a German rival, also recently set an ambitious target of up to a fifth of sales by the same date."
@Xriva#Lithium#EV@EpsteinResearch We've had our LEAF ( range 120 miles ) for a year and love it! It works well and has a very low cost of ownership. Now, for the same $ we paid for our LEAF, the Chevy Bolt can be bought - and it has a range of 238 miles! On top of that, for most people for whom a 120 mile range is fine - they can now buy a Hyundai Ioniq at a much lower price than we paid for our 2016 LEAF. My point ? Whether range or price was keeping people away from EVs, the 'answers' are here now. The EV tipping point is now apon us. By 2020 we will be able to look back on 2017 and see that it was the tipping point. ( Obviously, this will impact related investments. )
@EpsteinResearch@Xriva, I'm guessing that consumers switching to EVs will be like consumers switching to smart phones, very, very few will switch back.... and as more people know people who have EVs, two car families will make the switch on 1 car and not worry about range anxiety. #lithium#EV I think EV tipping point is this year or next and it will be disruptive. EV penetration will be higher in 2025 than most think
@Edp007Has anyone actually taken a moment to think seriously if this gets validated soon...what a game changer this is..."MGX's technology harvests #lithium in one day compared to the conventional 18 months."... think about it
@GoldfingerToday's volume in $ION definitely has me take notice, however, not excited until we clear $.13 on some real volume: http://cdn.ceo.ca/1caefpa-ION.V.png+
I'll admit to not knowing much about Alset, but I must say that questions regarding the integrity of the Mexican brines which Alset is banking on raised by @Dan0 are worrisome from a shareholder standpoint and I would imagine the company should be working quickly to address them. $lithium
@XrivaI keep prattling on about this stock bumping higher w/o any news. Up again today, 15% on the US OTC $HLKMF#Lithium If you're looking for a Lithium investment that hasn't already moved 80 million %, then this might be it.
@Goldfinger"While the Tesla Gigafactory is vitally important from an EV vertical integration perspective, the majority of new lithium-ion battery capacity is being built in China. Some of these plants are expected to be huge such as the CATL facility at 50GWh - there is little doubt that China's lithium-ion industry has come of age." $China$lithium
@Goldfinger$TSLA reminds me of $AMZN 10 years ago. You can't value it on current earnings, all about the pie in the sky 3, 4, 5, 10 years down the road. And on that road you can be sure that there will be disappointments which will lead to shake outs which will lead to buying opportunities. This is a growth story and it will be told over a very long time frame. $cobalt$graphite$lithium