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Investors have become increasingly interested in lithium stocks for several years now, and there are a number of reasons why. Some are seasoned metals investors interested in looking beyond silver and gold. Others are new investors, drawn into the space by the hype surrounding Elon Musk and Tesla Motors’ (NASDAQ:TSLA) lithium-ion battery gigafactory. Whatever the reason, it’s important to get familiar with the lithium market before investing in lithium stocks.

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  • A Brief Overview of Lithium Stocks and the Lithium Market
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  • Lithium Reserves by Country
  • 5 Lithium Experts for Investors to Follow
  • Lithium Outlook 2017: Analysts Weigh In

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  • I doubt lithium will remain very long the only source of material to build car batteries: for sure researchers and hotshot scientists are already trying to find an alternative to this too rare metal for the needs of car industry. The day they find how to produce an alternative lithiumless battery, all of this business will collapse like a house of cards !

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    • While it is likely that new technology will replace lithium batteries, presently the billions of dollars being invested in lithium ion battery production would likely mean that these factories will want a return on this investment, and thus, I think lithium ion batteries will be hear to stay for at least the next 2 to 3 years, given it takes 2 to 3 years to recoup the capital expenditure incurred in building the factories.

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