Time to Buy Lithium Stocks? | Stock Market Investing

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15 thoughts on “Time to Buy Lithium Stocks? | Stock Market Investing”

  1. better ETF is REMX. Its broader and not specific. been good to me all year. I'm just looking to re-enter with size again. give it a little time. dividends are yearly though. Keep it up Doctor

  2. How do you like the pc version of Robinhood? I logged on today, it seems pretty simple basically exactly like the phone version. I personally like the feature that allows you to see what average others on robinhood bought each stock at.

  3. I agree with your reasoning. Lithium miners are interesting at these price levels.

    Pros: High demand for lithium in batteries for electric vehicles.

    Cons: High supply of lithium. Burned by small oil and gas stocks the last few years and don't want to be burned by lithium miners as well.

    Alb has the largest volume of lithium and financially healthier than any other stock. I would not buy LIT because of the high expense ratio of 0.75%.

    After this research, I concluded to stay away from lithium miners at this time. Too many more valuable stocks in this bull market !!!!

  4. Can you please make a video on the weed stock CRON, on the NASDAQ. Do you see potential in it. With Canada legalizing recreational marijuana use this summer

  5. Those high P/E ratios give me pause. In late February, the market sent lithium stocks tumbling once again. The culprit was a particularly bearish forecast by Morgan Stanley that the price of lithium carbonate would decline 45% from current levels to $7,332 per metric ton in 2020 because of a projected surplus in the lithium market of 190,000 metric tons by that date. New lithium projects and planned expansions by the big producers in Chile — which are SQM and Albemarle — will add about 500,000 metric tons of lithium carbonate to the market by 2025. Morgan Stanley predicts there will be "significant surpluses" in the lithium market beginning in 2019, and said that electric cars would have to comprise at least 31% of total global auto sales in 2025, from the current 2%, to avoid a lithium glut at that time, the Times also reported. Moreover, the firm also downgraded its ratings on the stocks of Albemarle and SQM to underweight from equal weight.

  6. Hey buddy will you be doing any video on steel and aluminum by any chance. I would like to know what you think about it and if it will be good to invest right now with the Trump tariff.

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