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By msleute, October 28, 2015

The latest tout is for mining companies mining lithium for batteries. They say demand will soar and Tesla may very well buy one the miners. That’s about as far as I got. Anyone else have any thoughts? George

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willhere
willhere
November 1, 2015 11:45 am

I followed the strong recommendation to buy Fission FCUUF and FIOSF in July ’15 because the uranium market was set to explode and the stock of these tiny companies was set to take off quickly. Should have checked on global uranium supplies first. Turns out that it may take several years for supply to balance demand and for all the reactors under construction in China and India and elsewhere to be completed and for a lot more of the reactors in Japan to restart. It appears that Fission continue to make high quality discoveries on its property though so I have hopes for the long term.

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Bassman
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Bassman
November 2, 2015 1:32 pm

I figure that #1 is EnerSys, #2 is Orocobre and #3 is Dajin Resources.

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Coolio Dave
Coolio Dave
November 3, 2015 2:58 pm
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Yup concur with Dajin.

Timothy Carr
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Timothy Carr
June 30, 2016 10:09 am

Lithium X is a company real close to the GiGa Factory in Nevada.
It is low debt and is producing Lithium in Argentina and has started mining in Nevada , but yet has produced any Lithium in Nevada. NIA = Inflation.us has a strong position in the company. Stock Symbol is LIXXF.
Has traded strong and hasn’t droped even through the Brexit Crash. Disclosure I own it because the Batery is more valuable than the Solar or the Tesla car company. The battery stores your Solar power and if something goes wrong with panels you’ll still have power in reserve due to the Batteries manufactured at the Giga Factory. They will be expensive but what would you pay for life support, or a guananteed supply of power no matter what. It’s almost as strong a case as never be without clean drinking water.

One of my Crisis stocks that is the largest Food & Water provider Worldwide is Nestle A dutch Company who’s business in the USA is only 23% of their total business

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