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  • Justin Ziebart has over 10 years of public and private sector experience in Western Canada's energy industry. He primarily writes educational pieces on mining and energy markets for INN and other publications. Justin currently resides on Vancouver Island's west coast.
  • Hamza finished his masters in media production in the fall of 2017. Soon after then, he went to Pakistan to help launch a digital content platform aimed at amplifying progressive South Asian voices. In just three months, the website has tripled its audience, and got featured in the New York Times! Previously, Hamza co-founded one of Pakistan's biggest entertainment media start-ups, Mangobaaz, which now has over a million viewers per month. Hamza also worked on a pretty cool augmented reality exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario. In his free time, Hamza likes to write, develop his palette for sushi, and explore the lesser known parts of Toronto.
  • Gabrielle grew up in the Lower Mainland of B.C. and has lived in Vancouver since 2011. She holds an Associate of Arts Degree from Langara College, and a Bachelors of Arts Major in Journalism from Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Now, she writes for INN focusing on Life Science Investing. Aside from work, Gabrielle enjoys travelling, and enjoying the outdoors—especially when hiking and cycling.
  • Alison is from all over the place having been born in the UK, grown up in Argentina, and done most of her education and early work experiences in Toronto and Vancouver. A relatively new Vancouverite, she has happily settled into the city’s relaxed environment, nourishing her love for quaint reading spots, ocean air, and good food. Alison has always been an avid writer and has recently pursued her long-standing dream of putting a novel down on paper. As an ex-management consultant, she combines her passion for writing with her business knowledge in her role as Client Content Editor at INN.
  • Peter Epstein, CFA, MBA left a $3 billion hedge fund in mid-2011 to pursue a consulting career advising high growth natural resources companies how to distill and communicate their story to investors. In addition, he reaches out to retail and high net worth investors, mostly by writing compelling articles and interviews on select junior companies. Unlike many investment bloggers, Peter has a background in company analysis, including being designated a Chartered Financial Analyst, (CFA) and an MBA in accounting at NYU Stern School of Business.
  • Geologist with extensive knowledge of the global mining industry gained through 30 years of diversified experience in mineral exploration and new business development in Canada, as well as 10 years living in Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Previously was Senior Research Officer at BHP Billiton, an executive with an exploration company working in Argentina and a mining analyst at three Vancouver based financial groups where he developed the Drill Tracker database in 2006. He holds a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of British Columbia and is registered as a Professional Geoscientist (P.Geo) with APEGBC.

Top 9 Battery Metals Stocks on the TSX and TSXV in 2022

Click here to read the previous top battery metals stocks article.

2022 has been a breakout year for many battery metals due to the ever-strengthening electric vehicle market, a topic covered in our electric vehicle market update for the second quarter.

For those who want to get more specific, our Q3 updates on lithium, cobalt and nickel and our H1 update on graphite outline how these commodities have performed so far this year.

Companies focused on these resources are in the limelight, and many are seeing strong year-to-date gains, and below the Investing News Network has gathered the top battery metals stocks on the TSX and TSXV with year-to-date gains, including lithium, cobalt and graphite, with a special mention to nickel.

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What are the top battery metals stocks? Here’s a look at the battery metals companies with the biggest year-to-date gains so far in 2022.

How to Invest in Uranium

Top Uranium Mines in the World

In 2021, world uranium mine production came to 56,995 metric tons (MT) of U3O8. Kazakhstan was the top-producing country by far at 21,819 MT, followed by Namibia and Canada.

Together, those three nations accounted for over half of global uranium production, with Kazakhstan taking a 38 percent share. Additionally, a wide variety of uranium-mining companies contribute to the world's production.

But where in the world are the top uranium mines? While many of them are located in Kazakhstan, Namibia, Canada and Australia, that's not the case for all of the largest uranium mines.

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Cigar Lake was the largest producer of uranium in 2021. But what are the other top uranium mines? Find out here.

Top 5 Nickel Stocks on the TSX and TSXV in 2022

Click here to read the previous top nickel stocks article.

Nickel prices had cooled off in Q3 after seeing huge gains earlier in the year, but it has begun climbing back up.

Back in Q1, nickel rocketed to US$100,000 per metric ton (MT) — an all-time high and a rise of 250 percent over the course of two days, prompting the London Metal Exchange (LME) to suspend trading of the metal.

“We are now broadly back where we started pre-LME trading halt,” Sean Mulshaw of Wood Mackenzie told the Investing News Network (INN) in Q2. “We expect a downward trend in nickel prices over the rest of this year and, given where we are now, we could be heading below US$22,000 in Q3.”

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Which nickel companies have made gains so far in 2022? The Investing News Network looks at the top nickel stocks of the year.

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