First Lithium Minerals Corp. will begin trading on the Canadian Stock Exchange tomorrow, August 9, 2022, under the symbol FLM, following the completion of a reverse takeover of both First Lithium Minerals Inc. and QL Minerals Inc. by First Lithium Minerals Corp. (formerly PetroCorp Group Inc.)
The Critical Investor takes a look at one junior lithium play in Argentina that just had some success with the drill bit and is building its prospective land package — real estate that should only increase in value as lithium carbonate prices hover around US$75,000 per tonne.
Lithium carbonate prices are up 340% year-over-year and one lithium junior explorer operating in Argentina just drilled some healthy lithium grades in a salar that extends beyond its property boundary and onto the junior's concessions.
Fundamental Research Corp. mentioned in a research note that this company is on a clear path to a potential new discovery in Argentina. The firm stated that it expects that a maiden resource estimate for its properties will be completed next year and is initiating coverage with a "Buy" rating.
As money dries up for a lot of mineral exploration, it seems that investors will still write checks for lithium plays. One junior with two lithium projects in Chile recently raised over $3 million — and the investors approached the company.
Shares of Nano One Materials Corp. traded 46% higher after the company reported it has agreed to acquire 100% of the shares of Québec lithium iron phosphate cathode material manufacturer Johnson Matthey Battery Materials Ltd. for CA$10.25 million.
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Shares of Livent Corp. traded 23% higher after the company reported a 56% YoY increase in Q1/22 revenue driven by strong demand and higher prices and significantly increased its FY/22 adjusted EBITDA forecast.