J. Daryl Thompson
Potential history was made by President Trump in December 2017…
While expanding on his “America First” campaign he quietly made this metal a “critical mineral.” It’s an area that the U.S. wants to dominate for prosperity and security reasons… and this order means that could happen sooner than anyone expects.
In fact, there’s one US company who’s POISED to benefit the most from this order due to their unique extraction technology and MASSIVE acreage of prime mineral land…
The demand for this metal continues to rise, and technology continues to advance both on the production and USAGE side. Existing American companies (and their shareholders) are poised to thank Trump personally for the financial windfall that could be heading their way!
This powerful order added LITHIUM to the ‘critical’ minerals list!
And the company poised to take best advantage is American Lithium Corp (LIACF).
It’s a GAME CHANGER as almost NO ONE in the trading/investing world is noticing… UNTIL NOW!
What does the ‘critical’ metal policy really mean?
Do you know one of the world’s biggest BUYERS of lithium? It’s THE U.S. GOVERNMENT!
Tim Petty, assistant secretary of the Interior Department, said this about lithium’s new-found favor:
“The United States is heavily reliant on imports of certain mineral commodities [like lithium] that are vital to the Nation’s security and economic prosperity. This dependency of the United States on foreign sources creates a strategic vulnerability for both its economy and military to adverse foreign government action, natural disaster, and other events that can disrupt supply of these key minerals.”
I’m writing to you today because this underreported action taken by our current administration is CRUCIAL for investors to be aware of. It has huge ramifications for lithium production in the United States. Companies like American Lithium Corp (LIAFC), who owns tens of thousands of acres on the largest lithium reserves in North America—located in southwest Nevada—may see a huge opportunity in expanding infrastructure and increasing production.
Production will HAVE to be increased, because Executive Order (No. 13817) is a directive to American producers to catch up with the Chinese imports, with the goal of producing at least 50% of its own lithium resources.
This is just ONE major point that I want investors and traders to be aware of, as no matter what side of the political aisle you reside on, the truth is clear: making money doesn’t have political ties!
In addition to the insights on the company American Lithium Corp, I’d like to make sure you receive EARLY access to my latest BRIEF:
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