Monday, December 20, 2010

Lithium Drive: Who Killed The Electric Car? tnr.v, czx.v, rm.v, lmr.v,, sqm, fmc, roc, clq.v, wlc.v, tsla, li.v, lit, nsany,, bmw, f, gm,, ree, res.v, quc.v, dai, byddf

    We have already been there - you can see almost all movie here: Who Killed The Electric Car - now it is our choice  and this revolution can not be stopped, but we need to move it forward in order to happen it here as well. China and Asia in general are taking this challenge very seriously and moving fast into he post carbon society building electric cars, batteries and supplies of strategic commodities like Lithium and REE.

Maybe, one of the first time in the history, you personal choice of mobility can change the history and make your home a better place. We can start the move to post carbon society today, while still enjoying the freedom of personal mobility.
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Last week we had a groundbreaking admition from the U.S. Secretary of Energy Dr. Steven Chu about Peak Oil and his prediction that "Oil prices will go higher from here" - have you read about it in the headlines, hardly, but you can still listen to him here.
"This year we have a staggering number of reports and warning on the looming Peak Oil situation. It takes time for reality to settle in, particularly,when nobody knows what to do with it. We have put REE in the headline and only few months ago we would have to explain, what is it all about - now suddenly everybody is talking about REE and stocks involved in Rare Earths are all making new highs. It takes a crisis for us to realise that fundamentals are driving the real trends. Sudden realisation that China controls more than 90% of REE market and their reserves maybe will last only for another twenty years, created the catalyst in the market place. What will it take to realise that we are running out of cheap oil? Another crisis?
  We are talking here about the powerful mega trend Inflation multiplied by Peak Oil situation - we have to move and readjust our society. Our Energy diet is not sustainable any more. We are lucky in a sense that there is technology available to us to survive the Oil Shock if we will all move fast - Electric Cars. It is our Next Big Thing and at the heart of this disruptive technology lie strategic commodities: REE and Lithium."
  The sector is very small - now is the time to find and pick up value among the hype, backed by strong  shareholders and based on solid portfolio of Lithium and REE properties. Headlines from China, Jim Puplava and James Dines are moving REE into the mainstream in the investment space now and Lithium will get its recognition one day as well. Only few companies left without strategic investors in the sector, when even only this catalyst can bring the transformation to the junior from a holding company into actively pushing into production developer. It will bring multiples to the dormant valuation. We will provide some links for the further homework here:"

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