Dajin Resources (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) was featured in Peter Epstein’s article entitled, “Lithium Hype, Yes, True? Probably – Don’t Miss This One”. He mentions that Dajin is poised for success because of its strategically located exploration targets, small market cap and blue-sky potential. Mr. Epstein continues to say that another reason to follow Dajin is that it has projects in both Nevada and South America, with “one of the smallest market caps of a pure play lithium company and could therefore be one of the greatest percentage gainers.”
As quoted in the article:
Dajin has staked claims near Rockwood Lithium’s Silver Peak mine, the only producing brine-based lithium operation in North America. Dajin’s Teels Marsh property is located 50 miles northwest of the Clayton Valley deposit at Silver Peak, while its recently staked Alkali Lake claims are just 7 miles northeast of the mine.
Dajin Resources is especially interesting in that it has property in BOTH highly prospective Nevada & South America. While early stage, it has one of the smallest market caps of a pure play lithium company and could therefore be one of the greatest percentage gainers. Neither Dajin nor Pure Energy will double or triple over night, but within 6-18 months, gains could be spectacular for patient investors.
Staking ground in highly perspective areas is the name of the game in depressed markets. We see it in junior uranium and gold plays all the time. The key difference with lithium is that it’s not engulfed in a fundamentally depressed pricing / demand / supply environment. Lithium is one of the very few sectors that looks promising. When the market for juniors rebounds or if lithium prices talk off, Dajin Resources’ stock and select junior lithium plays will benefit immensely.