America’s love affair with metal
History of Metals & Mining in America That Made People RICH
Why Lithium Won’t Be Just Another Niche Metal
Lithium leading the way
Why Lithium is crucial to U.S. economic vitality
Winning Qualities of lithium companies poised to take hold of fortunes awaiting
American Lithium Corp and its textbook case for growth
A-Team of Mineral Producers and Management
The purpose of this ebook is simple: to open your eyes to America’s MASSIVE LITHIUM POTENTIAL -and how you should be investing wisely to benefit from it.
America is poised to make a massive impact in the expanding lithium market, and smart investors are getting in BEFORE applications grow and markets are covered.
Here’s what I’m going to do:
I will stick to FACTS only.
will break down America’s love affair with metals throughout the years, and the BILLIONS that its investors have made.
I will reveal to you a newly-applied technology that is CHANGING THE LITHIUM MINING GAME all together... and it’s FINALLY in America.
I will show you how lithium is getting MASSIVE U.S. Government backing in order to secure American successes.
This ebook is NOT for anyone looking to get rich quick...
Instead, this ebook is designed to illustrate the CLEAR benefit of having a lithium play in your portfolio...
Let me first take you back to early America...
Imagine for a moment it’s the end of the Civil War, during which you’ve worked as the Superintendent of Military Railways. Ironically, you’re taking a railcar home to Pennsylvania and trying to clear your mind. As steel lightly screeches below your seat, you realize the track on which you’re traveling didn’t exist before the war. With the railroad spreading like wildfire across the country, you knew this was at the heart of your nation’s future.
It’s 1866, and you’re Andrew Carnegie. You were once an impoverished immigrant brought to America with your parents at age 13. Your first job was “blue-collar”, working as a telegraph operator, and eventually you work your way up through the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. You had invested in oil fields and steel mills before the war, becoming a millionaire by age 30. Now, with the war over, you’re considering a new strategy, built around new mining technology discovered halfway across the world.
Successful men and women are highlighted throughout American history because of their ability to identify applications for products and growing markets before they happen. They typically have a love affair with these resources, often inventing new products or developing groundbreaking improvements to old.
Think about Elon Musk and his obsession with renewable energy, or Steve Jobs and new personal computing technology. Each could look into the future and identify not only what people wanted, but what they would eventually need to survive in an evolving world. Almost none of us today could make a living without a smartphone or assuredly, none of us will be able to survive in a country without its own energy resources.
Studying the histories and data of the past is vital to understanding today’s groundbreaking markets. This is much easier for investors who have data -and the right data. And that is one attribute that set Andrew Carnegie apart. He had all the data he needed to build a fortune, utilizing the information he studied while in the military. Today, 18% of energy consumed in the U.S. is renewable, stored in lithium-ion batteries, while ten years ago it was just 9%.1 The energy that is stored in lithium-ion batteries
is mined from lithium deposits sourced from only a few places around the world.
In the last 15 years, our dependence on lithium has increased 300% -and it is projected to increase 1,300% over the next decade. For those working in the lithium trade, we witness thousands of tons being freighted by cargo every year from places like South America, China and other regions around the world. The potential in lithium markets is greater than any natural resource since iron ore and oil in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. To meet our fourfold demand increase the next 10 years, we must start supplying more of our own. While demand increases throughout the world, America will need its own supply to maintain an advantage in the open market and leverage against price gouging. This is similar to what we’ve prevented by OPEC, by increasing oil production in the U.S.
1 Zissler, Roman (2018). Renewable energy in the US power sector. Retrieved from https://www.renewable-ei.org/en/activities/reports/img/pdf/20180704/REI_US_RE_Report_EN_180704.pd
The potential of lithium mining in America is greater than anything our country has ever experienced, and there is only one region capable of producing it in the U.S.2
The potential of lithium mining in America is greater than anything our country has ever experienced, and there is only one region capable of producing it in the U.S.2 America currently produces 3% of total lithium demand, this number is projected to skyrocket past 50%. That’s a 1,667% increase!
I’ve been able to identify one company, boot strapped by mining entrepreneurs and executives who’ve built a small cap mining enterprise with groundbreaking technology that will change the industry for 50 years. This company, like Andrew Carnegie, has witnessed firsthand the potential of the international lithium market, working within this industry for over 20 years. Over ten years ago, before the rush on lithium, American Lithium Corp (LIACF) bought 20,000 acres, near the largest lithium mining
resource in America. They are strategically building their mining assets and infrastructure around the most advanced mining technologies, increasing efficiencies in production from the epicenter of America’s most abundant lithium resource.
2 Walker, Patrick (2017). North America’s only working lithium mine is in Nevada. Las Vegas Now . Retrieved from https://www.lasvegasnow.com/news/north-americas-only-working-lithium-mine-is-in-nevada/662089846
America has had a long-standing love affair with metals and oil for generations. These industries have created more millionaires and billionaires in our country than any other, dating back over 150 years. Our citizens have cheered on these industries, shaping them as homegrown companies that grew into empires, like Chevron, ExxonMobil, British Petroleum, Marathon, and U.S. Steel. Carnegie, Mellon, & Rockefeller are barons in American history for laying the track to create these companies, known for exploiting and then cornering our domestic markets for global production and dominance.
Mining is once again the fastest growing sector of the economy and companies like American Lithium Corp (LIACF), which recently rose an eye-popping 344% over a 12-month period, is one of many lithium stocks moving the metal to new heights on stock markets across the globe.
So, what’s not to love about lithium? It has much the same opportunity the steel industry had when those titans made their fortunes. America has one of the largest lithium reserves in the world. If a company positions itself correctly, we just may be on our way to another American mining revolution with lithium.
If a company positions itself correctly, we just may be on our way to another American mining revolution with lithium.
The question is, what companies will come out on top and who are the players going to be?
Many investors, miners and business men entered the steel industry at the turn of the 20th century, but most went under. There was opportunity with an expanding economy and a developing railroad utilized not just for passenger commutes, but for commerce and industry. However, while many entered this growing sector of the economy, only a few were able to become the moguls of steel and oil we’re still talking about today.
Andrew Carnegie (1913)
Founder of Carnegie Steel Co.
Andrew Mellon (1921)
Alcoa, Gulf Oil Corp.
John Rockefeller (1885)
What Carnegie, Mellon, and Rockefeller were all able to find on their way to becoming the most powerful men in the country (and arguably the world), is the same testimony of every investor behind their most profitable trades. These men were able to see an immediate opportunity in the marketplace and understood where that market was going. This is what investors are always asking: What is the next market boom? What is the next blockbuster stock?
Andrew Carnegie was a young Scotland lad when he came to America and his story is one of from rags to riches. Working for the Pennsylvania railroad, Carnegie saw the growth opportunity in the steel industry and began studying how he could best capitalize on it. Carnegie’s blue collar upbringing had influenced him greatly: he was not only a businessman, but also
an innovator. Carnegie’s genius was not necessarily that he was the first to see the opportunity in steel, but he was the first in America to see the central shortfall failing companies were having in steel production.
Upon traveling to London, Carnegie discovered how the United Kingdom had been able to corner steel production for the last decade. What he discovered was the Bessemer Process, which made the refinement of iron ore more efficient. It was so much more efficient in fact, that even though America had plenty of iron ore, it was still often cheaper to import steel from the U.K., and this was 1880!!
However, Carnegie was able to duplicate the innovation that he observed in the U.S., and he immediately returned to America to capitalize on the opportunity. If you were wondering where this kind of opportunity lies today, you don’t have to look far, because the way the market is heading, the next big American blockbuster is going to be produced right at home, just like steel at the turn of the 20th century.
Several market indicators are strongly suggesting that lithium will make the next generation of American millionaires.
Several market indicators are strongly suggesting that lithium will make the next generation of American millionaires. All one needs to do is look at the biggest mining producers in the world, like SQM (up 287%), Albemarle (up 250%), and FMC (up more than 251% since 2016), to realize lithium is not just relevant, but the fastest growing energy source on the planet.
If you’re still asking yourself, what is lithium? And how do I profit from our transitioning energy economy, you need to continue reading.