2019's Top 3 Lithium Stocks
For most of human history, precious metals like silver and gold dominated the resource realm.
But that’s changing. Metals with technological applications are becoming the resources of the future.
And there is one particular precious metal that is seeing a dramatic surge in price and demand.
It’s a metal that will shape the future of energy, transportation and communication. In fact, it already is. Goldman Sachs calls it “the new gasoline.” And those who control, produce and leverage this metal will build great fortunes and power.
It’s already in your phone, it’s in your car, and it’s creating the world of tomorrow as you read this.
Right now, demand for this particular metal is rapidly outpacing supply. The companies building the future have created massive factories that turn this miracle metal into the power source for tools you use daily. As a result, prices are surging higher.
This resource just saw its spot price jump from $6,000 per tonne… to nearly $14,000 per tonne. A more than 125% increase.
Yet hardly anyone batted an eye. Instead, fearful investors poured into gold and silver. They lost 5% on the former and 28% on the latter.
If you’re among them, you should do just fine over the coming months. Those metals will recover, they always do. But will you get rich?
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