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Commented by Armin Schulz on January 21st, 2022 | 12:43 CET

Standard Lithium, Noram Lithium, American Lithium - Mega Demand, Mega Opportunity

  • Lithium

The US added lithium to its list of critical minerals back in 2017. Due to the ever-increasing emergence of electric vehicles, which is tantamount to a revolution in the automotive industry, the price of lithium increased massively in 2021. Current production capacities are not sufficient to satisfy the growing lithium hunger. In addition, China dominates the global supply chain. If independence is desired, the rest of the world will have to build capacity itself. According to experts, North America could become a competitor. So today, we look at three lithium companies from the region.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on December 6th, 2021 | 12:36 CET

Standard Lithium, Triumph Gold, American Lithium, Alpha Lithium - Is lithium the new gold?

  • Gold

The last quarter of 2021 is clearly dominated by the star "lithium". In the fall of 2020, all battery metals exploded after Tesla's Battery Day; this year, the political shifts towards red-green ignited the rocket for the "climate protection hype", at least in Central Europe. Gold took a back seat in this techno-hype because no one needed to hedge in this environment. However, this is surprising since the ECB announced a record inflation rate of plus 5.2%. We take a look at a selection of gold-modified stocks.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 29th, 2021 | 12:40 CET

Standard Lithium, Noram Lithium, American Lithium, Orocobre - Lithium at USD 25,000?

  • Lithium

A shift toward electric drive is taking place faster than expected in the mobility of the future. "The climate crisis is the greatest challenge of our time," says Herbert Diess, CEO of the Volkswagen Group. Volkswagen was the first automaker to commit to the Paris climate agreement back in 2018. By 2050, the Company aims to be CO2-neutral on its balance sheet. Despite many technical drawbacks, political pressure, public opinion, and various tax incentives are driving some car buyers to the counter for alternative powertrains. For many important raw materials, this is creating increased demand that is currently difficult to meet. We take a look at three interesting investment opportunities in Lithium.


Commented by André Will-Laudien on November 18th, 2021 | 13:52 CET

Standard Lithium, Prospect Ridge Resources, American Lithium - Up, up and away!

  • Lithium

The battery metal lithium is again on everyone's lips. The starting point in 2021 was once again the political closing of ranks after the German elections. The proponents of quick action in favor of the climate predominantly focus on electromobility, increasing the pressure, especially in the battery industry. The perfect battery has not yet been developed. The market is betting on a continuation of lithium-ion technology in the absence of alternatives. Another trend has just emerged in recent days. The precious metal shares are set to jump! No wonder because the inflation figures are taking on a momentum of their own, which the FED, in particular, has probably vastly underestimated.


Commented by Nico Popp on November 11th, 2021 | 11:36 CET

Nordex, Defense Metals, American Lithium: USA pushes lithium market - will rare earths follow?

  • RareEarths

The run on lithium has caused a furor on the stock market in recent weeks. Almost all companies with "lithium" in their names have made significant gains. The background to this is the governments' e-car offensive and a lot of government funding and subsidies for battery technology. The lithium required is held mainly in the ground by smaller companies. Investors who missed out on this wave may be wondering where the music will play next. To find out, one only has to spin the e-car story further: As Tesla, BYD or even VW's green runabouts are preferred to be charged with green electricity, rare earths could soon experience a similar hype. We present shares around the hype topics of e-mobility and the energy transition.