Thom Calandra of the Calandra Report shares some of the lithium, graphite and uranium companies he’s interested in right now.
In this interview with Peter Epstein, lithium expert Joe Lowry talks about stocks and current supply and demand dynamics.
By Shelly Kumar
Spearmint Resources Inc. (TSXV:SRJ) (OTCBB: SPMTF) (FSE: A2AHL5) (“SRJ” or the “Company”) wishes to announce Spearmint has renewed the company’s 40 lithium claims in Nevada. These two claim blocks both border Pure Energy Minerals Limited’s Clayton Valley lithium deposit. One block lies directly inside of Pure’s Claim block and the other is
Lithium processors are positioning themselves to meet growing demand for battery-grade lithium compounds in the wake of the electric car revolution.
The company now plans to move on to the feasibility stage, and will construct and operate a pilot plant for the project.
Introduced by President Mauricio Macri, the new mining deal is expected to help attract foreign investment.
Last week’s other top-gaining TSX stocks were Katanga Mining, Sherritt International, eCobalt Solutions and Alamos Gold.
Last week’s other top-gaining TSX stocks were Mega Uranium, Avesoro Resources, Largo Resources and Corvus Gold.
Last week’s other top-gaining mining stocks on the TSX were Nautilus Minerals, Arizona Mining, Largo Resources and Coro Mining.
Cruz Cobalt (TSXV:CUZ) is making an application for an exploration permit on its 5500 acre Hector Cobalt Prospect. This prospect is one of four cobalt projects Cruz has in Ontario all located in the vicinity of the city of Cobalt, home to one of the largest cobalt/silver districts in North
Last week’s other top-gaining mining stocks on the TSX were Lithium Americas, Pilot Gold, INV Metals and Laramide Resources.
By Jocelyn Aspa
Here is a (very) brief overview of some lithium basics and what’s been happening in the market lately.