We have covered SQM off and on for maybe a couple of years now and small Lithium play LAC for the last year or so.
Oh if it were always that easy. You take your highly profitable stock (LACDF/LAC.TO), look it square in the eye and say “you sir, are
Look, this very space plotted a ‘best’ target for LIT of 42 back in January in an NFTRH+ update. But much like the hysteria that
LACDF is sold as I found myself being a bit of a hog here, thinking I was smart. You don’t just not take an 80%
The title is just my attempt to come up with a cute jingle for the symbol LACDF, which is the US symbol for Lithium explorer
On January 12 we did an NFTRH+ (daily, weekly & monthly) chart highlight on LIT, with an initial target of 33. Upon researching the fund
Three commodities that have gotten big hype bids over the years include what I call the “outliers”, Uranium, Rate Earth Elements and Lithium. Way back
Lithium is getting pumped pretty good. It was an NFTRH+ highlight in January and my vehicle of choice has been SQM, which was noted yesterday
A simple update using daily, weekly and monthly charts of the Lithium fund, for those who’ve done their research on Lithium and its end markets.
A piece at 321gold.com by the man who “was way ahead of my time in forecasting the rebound in Lithium and Graphite” prompted me to