Jack Lifton on how the lithium-ion battery material supply chain will determine if America can go EV

In this episode of InvestorIntel’s Critical Materials Corner with Jack Lifton, Jack talks about the lack of discussion about matching the supply and demand of lithium-ion battery materials in order to make an electric vehicle revolution possible.

In this InvestorIntel video, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jack went on to say that lithium is the most essential component of any lithium-ion battery. He pointed out that the current world production of lithium is not sufficient to electrify all the vehicles of just the United States. “100% electric car is not possible without a very large increase in the production of lithium worldwide,” he added.

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Gold Newsletter’s Brien Lundin on the recent rally in the price of gold

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Tracy Weslosky spoke with Brien Lundin, Publisher and Editor of Gold Newsletter about the recent rally in the price of gold and the subsequent rise in interest in silver and junior mining stocks.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Mr. Lundin went on to say that with the market floated with central bank liquidity around the world and very little optimism in the market “the stage is set for a new gold rally and we may actually be seeing that at this moment.” Sharing his gold stock recommendations he also explained how a bull market in the precious metals sector affects junior mining stocks in other sectors like rare earths, uranium and base metals.

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Jack Lifton on Apple Cars Rare Earths Supply Chain Rumors

In this episode of InvestorIntel’s Critical Materials Corner with Jack Lifton, Jack talks about the rumored soon-to-be signed contract between Apple and LG Electronics and Magna International joint venture, e-Powertrain, to produce electric Apple Cars.

In this InvestorIntel video, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jack went on to say that the joint operation will need large quantities of lithium-ion batteries and rare earths. He further added that it is great news for the Canadian lithium, cobalt and rare earths miners as Magna International, being a Canadian company, “is going to focus on domestic sourcing.” He continued, “We are going to see a regional development of the supply chain.” Calling Magna “the Foxconn of the automobile industry”, Jack explained why Apple’s rumored decision to go with Magna makes very good sense and is just the “tip of an iceberg.”

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Jack Lifton on how President Biden’s American Jobs Plan Impacts the EV Market

In this episode of InvestorIntel’s Critical Materials Corner with Jack Lifton, Jack talks about President Biden’s American Jobs Plan which details how the United States government is going to spend nearly $2 trillion on infrastructure, alternate energy, and creating millions of good-paying jobs.

In this InvestorIntel video, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jack went on to say that the Plan aims to have the entire United States adopt electric vehicles (EV) starting with an electrified Federal Government fleet, including the United States Postal Service. The Plan proposes a $174 billion investment to win the EV market by enabling automakers to spur domestic supply chains from raw materials to parts, retool factories to compete globally, and support American workers to make batteries and EVs. He said that the Plan will also target climate change and out-competing China and has identified rare earths separation as a goal along with uranium mining.

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Chinese Dominance of Rare Earths Sets off Alarm Bells in Washington

In this episode of InvestorIntel’s Critical Materials Corner with Jack Lifton, Jack talks about geopolitical issues with China and how regionalism is going to affect not just the interest and demand for rare earths, but for all critical materials.

In this InvestorIntel video, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jack went on to say that the Chinese dominance of the rare earths space has set off alarm bells not just in the US but also in EU and Canada. “I see the security of the supply of critical materials becoming a regional issue in this world,” he added. Jack highlighted that Canada is going ahead faster than the US in the critical materials space by developing several rare earths deposits for production and building the first full-scale rare earths separation plant in Saskatchewan.

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Felix Lee on the critical role of #PDAC2021 in promoting miners interest around the world

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Peter Clausi spoke with Felix Lee, President of PDAC about the convention that just kicked off earlier this week and the role of PDAC in promoting miners interest around the world.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Mr. Lee starts with: “The show is off to a great start.”

Mr. Lee pointed out that most people think of PDAC as a convention but the organization exists as an advocacy body. He said that the organization works very hard to support and promote a vibrant, competitive, and responsible minerals exploration industry. They also work with the Canadian federal government to enact policies that benefit the industry. “We are poised to play a very critical role in the transition of Canada’s economy to a low carbon future,” Mr. Lee added.

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About PDAC

Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is the leading voice of Canada’s mineral exploration and development community since 1932. With over 7,200 members around the world, PDAC’s work centres on supporting a competitive, responsible mineral sector. The annual PDAC Convention is the world’s premier international event for the minerals and mining industry. It has attracted more than 25,000 people from 135 countries in recent years.

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The CSE on the Benefits of a Virtual #PDAC2021

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Peter Clausi speaks with Barrington Miller of the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) about the upcoming Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) Mining Conference to be held from March 8-11, 2021.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Barrington talks about the upcoming PDAC mining conference, its new digital format, and the CSE’s participation in PDAC 2021. Barrington discusses the challenges of running a mining conference digitally, but also the perks. Having a digital mining conference makes it more accessible to companies that are located internationally and also means that investors and media who may be occupied during the conference can access the conference later. While the pandemic has changed the format, Barrington thinks that may be a good thing and that PDAC 2021 may be the best year yet.

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About the Canadian Securities Exchange

The Canadian Securities Exchange, or CSE, is operated by CNSX Markets Inc. Recognized as a stock exchange in 2004, the CSE began operations in 2003 to provide a modern and efficient alternative for companies looking to access the Canadian public capital markets.

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