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The lithium market recovers its poise, as demand soars and prices rise

Lithium prices hit a cyclical low in 2020, driven by low capital intensity hard rock projects in Australia springing up and overwhelming the market. However, in recent months, lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide prices have been surging higher. Battery grade and technical grade lithium carbonate prices began to rally strongly as Chinese buyers paid up, […]

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What Investment Strategies Are Being Used By People With Trillions of Dollar Are Buying During Covid-19

Hotels, pipelines, convenience stores and automaker bonds – are among the assets being bought by some of the world’s biggest asset managers as they look for value investment strategies in a world thrown into turmoil by the coronavirus pandemic. These folk need to (and can afford to take a long-term view) on the their decisions. […]

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Revolutionary Battery Technology Mooted Very Soon

Teslar Car at motor show

You’re probably already interested in the potential of electric cars. But maybe you also have the usual concerns about actually buying one: the price, the range, and worries about where you are going to charge the thing and how long you’ll be stuck there. Yet the market certainly seems to reckon they are the future. […]

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This is the pension problem and it should be headline news!

A recent article published by the BBC and written by Paul Johnson, the director of the Institute of Fiscal Studies says it all. The issue is not being given enough exposure. I believe because those in power e.g. in governments and controlling the media (and this is as close as I come to a rant!) don’t […]

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Brexit Aftermath

UK Cuts European ties in historic Brexit vote

What Lies Ahead in the Medium Term Future for UK   The recent Brexit vote does not herald the end of the world, and in all probability the sell-off in risk assets and sterling  will soon be partially reversed as the U.K government and euro zone leaders make calming statements about the need to work […]