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  • #81
    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
    Pienso que podría ser buen momento para los que quisieran entrar, la acción lleva tres dias corrigiendo. Veremos si ha finalizado
    Pues la mejor noticia del año. Acuerdo con China a buen precio por tonelada para litio en 2017 y buen tonelage estimado.
    La acción sube casi un 12%, pulverizará los máximos del año en breve


    http://www.galaxyresources.com.au/me...y354rjhp49.pdf

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    • #82
      En breve se pondrá en máximos del año
      Galaxy.jpg

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      • #83
        Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
        En breve se pondrá en máximos del año
        [ATTACH=CONFIG]7389[/ATTACH]
        Report de 16-12-2016


        http://www.galaxylithium.com/Investo...16Hartleys.pdf

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        • #84
          Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje


          Proyecto Minero “Sal de Vida” a partir de 2017

          La empresa minera Galaxy, concesionaria del proyecto de extracción de litio “Sal de Vida”, en el departamento Antofagasta de la Sierra, se encuentra en proceso de búsqueda de financiamiento para la extracción del mineral, que -se estima- comenzará en 2017.

          Así lo confirmó el vicepresidente de la compañía, Diego Mendilaharzu: “Con el paso del tiempo, y viendo que los avances de los ensayos arrojaron buenos resultados, se empezó a conseguir financiamiento internacional para seguir con la etapa exploratoria hasta el anteaño pasado, cuando se decidió presentar el informe de impacto ambiental para la etapa productiva”.

          En este sentido, ya estarían avanzadas las conversaciones con un consorcio coreano que adquirió un porcentaje del proyecto, aunque no trascendieron cifras al respecto.

          “Sal de Vida” es uno de los proyectos de litio más importantes del mundo y está ubicado en Antofagasta de la Sierra, más precisamente en la zona conocida como el Salar del Hombre Muerto. Por estas razones, el secretario de Minería de la provincia Rodolfo Micone ubicó a Catamarca como la tercera productora a nivel mundial en el sector.

          La importancia del litio para la región reside en que el 80% de este recurso se encuentra en el triángulo formado por Bolivia, Chile y Argentina.

          La búsqueda de capitales de inversión por parte de Galaxy se produce debido al reciente anuncio de la Declaración de Impacto Ambiental (DIA) de “Sal de Vida” -que está integrado por al menos 50 minas en la zona-, que se produjo a finales de 2014 durante el tercer seminario internacional “Litio en la Región de Sudamérica”.

          El proceso también incluyó una consulta popular que se llevó a cabo en Santa María, Belén y Antofagasta de la Sierra, y de la que participaron vecinos, autoridades gubernamentales y legislativas, docentes, representantes de organizaciones, de los organismos estatales involucrados y de la empresa. Básicamente, se informó a los actores sobre cuestiones como la necesidad de mano de obra que producirá, la relación con los proveedores locales y el impacto socio-ambiental y económico que tendrá.

          Producción

          Galaxy estimó que el proyecto producirá 25000 toneladas al año de carbonato de litio grado batería, y 95.000 toneladas anuales de cloruro de potasio durante 40 años

          Fuente: El Esquiú

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          • #85
            Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
            Proyecto Minero “Sal de Vida” a partir de 2017

            La empresa minera Galaxy, concesionaria del proyecto de extracción de litio “Sal de Vida”, en el departamento Antofagasta de la Sierra, se encuentra en proceso de búsqueda de financiamiento para la extracción del mineral, que -se estima- comenzará en 2017.

            Así lo confirmó el vicepresidente de la compañía, Diego Mendilaharzu: “Con el paso del tiempo, y viendo que los avances de los ensayos arrojaron buenos resultados, se empezó a conseguir financiamiento internacional para seguir con la etapa exploratoria hasta el anteaño pasado, cuando se decidió presentar el informe de impacto ambiental para la etapa productiva”.

            En este sentido, ya estarían avanzadas las conversaciones con un consorcio coreano que adquirió un porcentaje del proyecto, aunque no trascendieron cifras al respecto.

            “Sal de Vida” es uno de los proyectos de litio más importantes del mundo y está ubicado en Antofagasta de la Sierra, más precisamente en la zona conocida como el Salar del Hombre Muerto. Por estas razones, el secretario de Minería de la provincia Rodolfo Micone ubicó a Catamarca como la tercera productora a nivel mundial en el sector.

            La importancia del litio para la región reside en que el 80% de este recurso se encuentra en el triángulo formado por Bolivia, Chile y Argentina.

            La búsqueda de capitales de inversión por parte de Galaxy se produce debido al reciente anuncio de la Declaración de Impacto Ambiental (DIA) de “Sal de Vida” -que está integrado por al menos 50 minas en la zona-, que se produjo a finales de 2014 durante el tercer seminario internacional “Litio en la Región de Sudamérica”.

            El proceso también incluyó una consulta popular que se llevó a cabo en Santa María, Belén y Antofagasta de la Sierra, y de la que participaron vecinos, autoridades gubernamentales y legislativas, docentes, representantes de organizaciones, de los organismos estatales involucrados y de la empresa. Básicamente, se informó a los actores sobre cuestiones como la necesidad de mano de obra que producirá, la relación con los proveedores locales y el impacto socio-ambiental y económico que tendrá.

            Producción

            Galaxy estimó que el proyecto producirá 25000 toneladas al año de carbonato de litio grado batería, y 95.000 toneladas anuales de cloruro de potasio durante 40 años

            Fuente: El Esquiú
            Precios del litio desde 2015

            preciolitio.png

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            • #86
              Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
              Precios del litio desde 2015

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              Western Australia continues to stake its claim as the world's lithium mining capital, with Galaxy Resources waving off the first shipment from its recommissioned Mt Cattlin mine near Ravensthorpe.

              About 10,000 tonnes of lithium concentrate left Esperance Port on January 2 aboard NY Trader 1 bound for Lianyungang Port in China.

              The first shipment was valued at $US6 million, with Galaxy planning production of 160,000 tonnes this year.

              Mt Cattlin operated from 2009 to 2012 and the restart was the brainchild of Perth businessman Michael Fotios, whose company — ASX-listed General Mining Corporation — was acquired by Galaxy in a $217 million takeover last year.

              The restart included refurbishing the Mt Cattlin processing plant and doubling throughput to about 1.6 million tonnes per annum, while the cost of the works blew out from an initial estimate of $15 million to $22.4 million.

              Galaxy's managing director Anthony Tse said production at Mt Cattlin continued to ramp up with daily plant utilisation now averaging 72 per cent.

              "This is an exciting day for Galaxy and for our customers," he said.

              "It marks another major achievement and signals Galaxy's formal transition back to producer status, elevating it into the ranks of global lithium producing companies.

              "There has been a tremendous amount of hard work with some very long hours put in, under tight and challenging deadlines, to get the operations to the stage where they are at and to allow us to make our first shipment."

              Mt Cattlin one of three lithium mines in WA
              Lithium is a soft, silvery white metal which is highly reactive and a key component in new-generation batteries.

              The chemical does not occur in nature in its elemental form, but compounds within hard rock deposits and salt brines.

              Australian hard rock miners argue they are strategically placed compared to Chinese and South American competitors who typically source supplies from "poorer quality brines".

              Four people wearing high-visibility shirts and hard hats standing in front of a cargo ship.
              (L-R) Nick Rowley, Derek Bryne, Anthony Tse and Erin Ireland wave off Galaxy Resources' first shipment at Esperance Port. (Supplied: Galaxy Resources)
              Mt Cattlin is one of three operating lithium mines in WA, alongside Greenbushes in the South West and Mt Marion in the Goldfields, which both have high levels of Chinese investment.

              Greenbushes is operated by Talison Lithium, in which China's Tianqi Lithium controls a 51 per cent stake and US-based Albemarle Corporation holds the minority interest.

              The open pit operation has been running since the 1980s and is considered the world's highest-grade lithium mine with export via Bunbury Port.

              The Mt Marion mine near Kalgoorlie-Boulder — jointly owned by Chris Ellison's Mineral Resources, China's Ganfeng Lithium and ASX-listed Neometals — is on track to ship its first 10,000 tonnes of concentrate from Fremantle later this month.

              Neometals managing director Chris Reed said that as of December 21, about 6,000 tonnes of concentrate had been produced from Mt Marion.

              About 3,000 tonnes had been stockpiled at the Kwinana port with trucking continuing around the clock.

              'Massive growth in demand' says PM
              As recently as November, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull identified lithium as Australia's next major mineral export to China as the super-charged sector continues to ride the wave of an investment boom.

              More than 70 ASX-listed companies moved into the lithium space last year.

              Mr Turnbull noted lithium's increasing role in battery storage when he addressed the Minerals Council of Australia's annual parliamentary dinner in Canberra.

              "Far from diminishing demand for our mineral exports, the digital revolution has enhanced the importance of cities and the infrastructure which enables them, not to speak of driving massive growth in demand for rare earth elements and lithium — of especial importance as battery storage expands from personal devices, to vehicles, to householders, to businesses, to national grids," Mr Turnbull said.

              Other players in lithium market
              Ken Brinsden's Pilbara Minerals is considered the next cab off the rank for WA lithium producers with its Pilgangoora mine.

              Mr Tse predicted current global demand would only support "one or two" other WA producers entering the market.

              Among the early stage explorers is Tawana Resources and Pioneer Resources, which have both been actively drilling near Norseman.

              Kidman Resources has also trumpeted a "globally significant" discovery called Earl Grey at its Mt Holland lithium project near Southern Cross.

              Just 120km down the road is Poseidon Nickel, in which mining magnate Andrew Forrest holds a 15.94 per cent stake.

              Kidman and Poseidon are in negotiations to restart the latter's moth-balled Lake Johnston nickel concentrator to process lithium from Mt Holland.

              Poseidon's chairman Chris Indermaur said it made sense as Mt Holland had existing mining approvals in place and Lake Johnston could be retrofitted "reasonably simply" for lithium.

              "Speed to market is the key while everyone else is trying to build processing facilities," Mr Indermaur said.

              Elon Musk's Tesla is example of lithium potential
              Mr Tse pointed to US technology company Tesla, headed by billionaire Elon Musk, as an example of the lithium industry's potential, predicting the next wave of investment would be driven by home power storage units, which take households off the electricity grid.

              Tesla's Powerwall — a 7 kilowatt per hour (kWh) lithium-ion-battery system that stores electricity generated from rooftop solar panels during the day so electricity can be used during peak-usage times at night — became available in Australia earlier in 2016.

              Many experts argue the emerging technology is not yet cost-efficient but Mr Tse said once they were, demand for lithium would rise.

              "There are a lot of companies out there [exploring for lithium] but we have to be realistic about how many will get into production," Mr Tse said.

              "I think the demand side of the equation is here for the long run, and I think potentially [there are] some future surprises for further growth, not only the electronics and automobile sector but the energy storage sector, which I think will be the next high growth sector.

              "Things like home storage and distributor storage will be another end-user segment that will continue to push demand up."

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              • #87
                Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                Western Australia continues to stake its claim as the world's lithium mining capital, with Galaxy Resources waving off the first shipment from its recommissioned Mt Cattlin mine near Ravensthorpe.

                About 10,000 tonnes of lithium concentrate left Esperance Port on January 2 aboard NY Trader 1 bound for Lianyungang Port in China.

                The first shipment was valued at $US6 million, with Galaxy planning production of 160,000 tonnes this year.

                Mt Cattlin operated from 2009 to 2012 and the restart was the brainchild of Perth businessman Michael Fotios, whose company — ASX-listed General Mining Corporation — was acquired by Galaxy in a $217 million takeover last year.

                The restart included refurbishing the Mt Cattlin processing plant and doubling throughput to about 1.6 million tonnes per annum, while the cost of the works blew out from an initial estimate of $15 million to $22.4 million.

                Galaxy's managing director Anthony Tse said production at Mt Cattlin continued to ramp up with daily plant utilisation now averaging 72 per cent.

                "This is an exciting day for Galaxy and for our customers," he said.

                "It marks another major achievement and signals Galaxy's formal transition back to producer status, elevating it into the ranks of global lithium producing companies.

                "There has been a tremendous amount of hard work with some very long hours put in, under tight and challenging deadlines, to get the operations to the stage where they are at and to allow us to make our first shipment."

                Mt Cattlin one of three lithium mines in WA
                Lithium is a soft, silvery white metal which is highly reactive and a key component in new-generation batteries.

                The chemical does not occur in nature in its elemental form, but compounds within hard rock deposits and salt brines.

                Australian hard rock miners argue they are strategically placed compared to Chinese and South American competitors who typically source supplies from "poorer quality brines".

                Four people wearing high-visibility shirts and hard hats standing in front of a cargo ship.
                (L-R) Nick Rowley, Derek Bryne, Anthony Tse and Erin Ireland wave off Galaxy Resources' first shipment at Esperance Port. (Supplied: Galaxy Resources)
                Mt Cattlin is one of three operating lithium mines in WA, alongside Greenbushes in the South West and Mt Marion in the Goldfields, which both have high levels of Chinese investment.

                Greenbushes is operated by Talison Lithium, in which China's Tianqi Lithium controls a 51 per cent stake and US-based Albemarle Corporation holds the minority interest.

                The open pit operation has been running since the 1980s and is considered the world's highest-grade lithium mine with export via Bunbury Port.

                The Mt Marion mine near Kalgoorlie-Boulder — jointly owned by Chris Ellison's Mineral Resources, China's Ganfeng Lithium and ASX-listed Neometals — is on track to ship its first 10,000 tonnes of concentrate from Fremantle later this month.

                Neometals managing director Chris Reed said that as of December 21, about 6,000 tonnes of concentrate had been produced from Mt Marion.

                About 3,000 tonnes had been stockpiled at the Kwinana port with trucking continuing around the clock.

                'Massive growth in demand' says PM
                As recently as November, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull identified lithium as Australia's next major mineral export to China as the super-charged sector continues to ride the wave of an investment boom.

                More than 70 ASX-listed companies moved into the lithium space last year.

                Mr Turnbull noted lithium's increasing role in battery storage when he addressed the Minerals Council of Australia's annual parliamentary dinner in Canberra.

                "Far from diminishing demand for our mineral exports, the digital revolution has enhanced the importance of cities and the infrastructure which enables them, not to speak of driving massive growth in demand for rare earth elements and lithium — of especial importance as battery storage expands from personal devices, to vehicles, to householders, to businesses, to national grids," Mr Turnbull said.

                Other players in lithium market
                Ken Brinsden's Pilbara Minerals is considered the next cab off the rank for WA lithium producers with its Pilgangoora mine.

                Mr Tse predicted current global demand would only support "one or two" other WA producers entering the market.

                Among the early stage explorers is Tawana Resources and Pioneer Resources, which have both been actively drilling near Norseman.

                Kidman Resources has also trumpeted a "globally significant" discovery called Earl Grey at its Mt Holland lithium project near Southern Cross.

                Just 120km down the road is Poseidon Nickel, in which mining magnate Andrew Forrest holds a 15.94 per cent stake.

                Kidman and Poseidon are in negotiations to restart the latter's moth-balled Lake Johnston nickel concentrator to process lithium from Mt Holland.

                Poseidon's chairman Chris Indermaur said it made sense as Mt Holland had existing mining approvals in place and Lake Johnston could be retrofitted "reasonably simply" for lithium.

                "Speed to market is the key while everyone else is trying to build processing facilities," Mr Indermaur said.

                Elon Musk's Tesla is example of lithium potential
                Mr Tse pointed to US technology company Tesla, headed by billionaire Elon Musk, as an example of the lithium industry's potential, predicting the next wave of investment would be driven by home power storage units, which take households off the electricity grid.

                Tesla's Powerwall — a 7 kilowatt per hour (kWh) lithium-ion-battery system that stores electricity generated from rooftop solar panels during the day so electricity can be used during peak-usage times at night — became available in Australia earlier in 2016.

                Many experts argue the emerging technology is not yet cost-efficient but Mr Tse said once they were, demand for lithium would rise.

                "There are a lot of companies out there [exploring for lithium] but we have to be realistic about how many will get into production," Mr Tse said.

                "I think the demand side of the equation is here for the long run, and I think potentially [there are] some future surprises for further growth, not only the electronics and automobile sector but the energy storage sector, which I think will be the next high growth sector.

                "Things like home storage and distributor storage will be another end-user segment that will continue to push demand up."

                Nuevo máximo,está imparable

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                • #88
                  Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                  Nuevo máximo,está imparable
                  Está impresionante, va alcanzar el dólar antes de lo que pensaba.Cierra con 5 % arriba

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                  • #89
                    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                    Está impresionante, va alcanzar el dólar antes de lo que pensaba.Cierra con 5 % arriba

                    Otro cierre en verde. 5,6%

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                    • #90
                      Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                      Otro cierre en verde. 5,6%
                      Está en buen rally de nuevo, veremos donde llega esta noche. Estan pendiente de noticias del proyecto suyo Sal de Vida, en el triángulo del litio en Argentina, valorado en más de 1,4 billones de dólares, puede que vendan un 30% del proyecto, es una pasta para que la empresa siga ganando pasta. Ya producen las 24 horas en Mt Cattion, despues vendrá Argentina.
                      En los foros australianos la ponen directa al dólar. La verdad, pienso que la veremos superando el dólar en poco tiempo.
                      A beneficios actuales y precio de cotización, per 11 y con futuros proyectos mayores, le veo mucho potencial aún.

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                      • #91
                        [QUOTE=jerez1;174789]Está en buen rally de nuevo, veremos donde llega esta noche. Estan pendiente de noticias del proyecto suyo Sal de Vida, en el triángulo del litio en Argentina, valorado en más de 1,4 billones de dólares, puede que vendan un 30% del proyecto, es una pasta para que la empresa siga ganando pasta. Ya producen las 24 horas en Mt Cattion, despues vendrá Argentina.
                        En los foros australianos la ponen directa al dólar. La verdad, pienso que la veremos superando el dólar en poco tiempo.
                        A beneficios actuales y precio de cotización, per 11 y con futuros proyectos mayores, le veo mucho potencial aún.[/QU

                        Tocó 70c en intradía, nuevo máximo anual y al final cierra plano.

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                        • #92
                          [QUOTE=jerez1;174825]
                          Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje
                          Está en buen rally de nuevo, veremos donde llega esta noche. Estan pendiente de noticias del proyecto suyo Sal de Vida, en el triángulo del litio en Argentina, valorado en más de 1,4 billones de dólares, puede que vendan un 30% del proyecto, es una pasta para que la empresa siga ganando pasta. Ya producen las 24 horas en Mt Cattion, despues vendrá Argentina.
                          En los foros australianos la ponen directa al dólar. La verdad, pienso que la veremos superando el dólar en poco tiempo.
                          A beneficios actuales y precio de cotización, per 11 y con futuros proyectos mayores, le veo mucho potencial aún.[/QU

                          Tocó 70c en intradía, nuevo máximo anual y al final cierra plano.
                          2017 debe ser buen año para el litio.
                          Tesla pone en marcha su Gigafábrica de baterías
                          Esta planta es crucial para lograr sus objetivos de producción masiva de coches eléctricos

                          REDACCIÓN Y AGENCIAS
                          05/01/2017 15:39 | Actualizado a 05/01/2017 15:43
                          Tesla ha comenzado hoy la producción en masa de sus baterías de iones de litio en la denominada Gigafábrica, una enorme planta construida en el desierto de Nevada conjuntamente con la multinacional de electrónica de consumo Panasonic como socia e inversora. Así lo ha anunciado el fabricante de vehículos eléctricos en su perfil de Twiter y Facebook.


                          Las células cilíndricas 2170, que fueron diseñadas por ambas compañías y miden apenas 70 milímetros por 21 mm, prometen no sólo el máximo rendimiento para varios productos que utilizan baterías eléctricas, incluidos los automovilísticos, sino también aseguran un bajo coste de fabricación
                          De todos modos, las baterías fabricadas en Nevada no solo irán destinadas al sector de la automoción, la compañía de Elon Musk también las empleará para dar energía a los hogares.

                          http://www.lavanguardia.com/motor/ac...la-nevada.html

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                          • #93
                            [QUOTE=jerez1;174909]
                            Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje

                            2017 debe ser buen año para el litio.
                            Tesla pone en marcha su Gigafábrica de baterías
                            Esta planta es crucial para lograr sus objetivos de producción masiva de coches eléctricos

                            REDACCIÓN Y AGENCIAS
                            05/01/2017 15:39 | Actualizado a 05/01/2017 15:43
                            Tesla ha comenzado hoy la producción en masa de sus baterías de iones de litio en la denominada Gigafábrica, una enorme planta construida en el desierto de Nevada conjuntamente con la multinacional de electrónica de consumo Panasonic como socia e inversora. Así lo ha anunciado el fabricante de vehículos eléctricos en su perfil de Twiter y Facebook.


                            Las células cilíndricas 2170, que fueron diseñadas por ambas compañías y miden apenas 70 milímetros por 21 mm, prometen no sólo el máximo rendimiento para varios productos que utilizan baterías eléctricas, incluidos los automovilísticos, sino también aseguran un bajo coste de fabricación
                            De todos modos, las baterías fabricadas en Nevada no solo irán destinadas al sector de la automoción, la compañía de Elon Musk también las empleará para dar energía a los hogares.

                            http://www.lavanguardia.com/motor/ac...la-nevada.html


                            Veremos si sigue el impulso de los últimos meses, las noticias son positivas y la acción va como un cohete
                            galaxyresources.png

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                            • #94
                              [QUOTE=jerez1;174990]
                              Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje



                              Veremos si sigue el impulso de los últimos meses, las noticias son positivas y la acción va como un cohete
                              [ATTACH=CONFIG]7738[/ATTACH]


                              1 centavo arriba, cierra en 67c

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                              • #95
                                [QUOTE=jerez1;175022]
                                Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje



                                1 centavo arriba, cierra en 67c


                                Ha corregido estos dias despues del rally, podría ser buen momento para los que quisieran entrar.

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                                • #96
                                  [QUOTE=jerez1;175362]
                                  Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje



                                  Ha corregido estos dias despues del rally, podría ser buen momento para los que quisieran entrar.
                                  Lithium Prices Set To Jump As Tesla Doubles Global Battery Production

                                  By Nick Cunningham - Jan 06, 2017, 6:05 PM CST
                                  Tesla Factory
                                  Tesla fired up the gigafactory in the first week of 2017, which could mark a turning point for the energy storage industry.

                                  The gigafactory in Nevada will begin mass production of lithium-ion batteries for the use in both Tesla’s Model 3 electric vehicle as well as its energy storage systems. Tesla, and its partner in the gigafactory, Panasonic, plan on hiring 4,000 people to work at the factory in 2017. By 2018, Tesla predicts that it will be churning out 35 gigawatts of lithium-ion batteries per ear, equivalent to what the rest of the world produces combined. In other words, this single factory will lead to a doubling of global battery production capacity next year.

                                  Up until now, battery production has been dominated by companies outside the United States. An estimated 88 percent of battery production in 2015 was located in China, South Korea and Japan, dominated by companies like LG Chem and Samsung. That market share distribution is set to abruptly change with the inauguration of the gigafactory.

                                  Ramping up battery production to such a monumental degree will certainly lead to cost reductions for batteries. Increased automation, standardization, economies of scale, learning-by-doing, and a lower capital investment per watt-hour of production will likely lead to industry-wide cost reductions.
                                  Related: Oil Edges Higher As Core OPEC Members Initiate Cuts

                                  Still, the obstacles for Tesla are formidable. Tesla has promised to begin shipping the Powerwall home energy storage system within the next few weeks; it has promised to sell 500,000 Model 3 cars by 2018, which will only be possible with the blistering pace of battery production at the gigafactory; it forked over a lot of money to purchase SolarCity; and it has a small margin of error with Wall Street on the financial side of the house after repeatedly disappointing shareholders.


                                  Tesla has been notorious for missing deadlines, but has impressed the market in recent months. It delivered a 20 megawatt energy storage system for a California utility in just a few months, a project that would have normally taken years. It has also accelerated plans for the gigafactory, hiring people well ahead of schedule and promising to ramp up output years earlier than originally planned. “We believe Tesla battery sales are accelerating," Baird analyst Ben Kallo, told Bloomberg. “The ramp of Tesla Energy and Model 3 production could exceed expectations.” Baird has rated Tesla as one of the best stocks of 2017.

                                  The end result could be cheaper EVs in the years ahead. Battery prices plunged 22 percent last year and are expected to decline by an additional 15 to 20 percent this year, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
                                  Related: The Bad News Continues For Offshore Oil And Gas

                                  The doubling of global battery production capacity could not only lead to an acceleration in the EV market, but it is also leading to a massive bull run for another sector: lithium. According to the Financial Times, an electric vehicle uses 4,800 times the volume of lithium as a smartphone, so the acceleration of EV adoption is leading to very tight supply conditions for lithium. Lithium demand could rise by 16 percent annually through 2025, which, according to Morningstar, would be the fastest growth rate out of any other commodity in the past century.

                                  Lithium prices exploded by 60 percent last year, and have tripled over the past three. While there are four main lithium miners in the world – SQM, Albermarle, FMC and Tianqi Lithium – smaller miners are starting to multiply. More than a few have popped up in Nevada, which is home to rich lithium deposits (it is not a coincidence that the Tesla gigafactory is located there). The FT argues that there is no shortage of global lithium reserves, but that mining lithium is technically difficult, which means miners could struggle to keep up with demand. “Supply is tight, you’re going to need more supply,” Richard Seville, CEO of Argentina-based lithium miner Orocobre, told the FT. “But the challenge is, things take time and often the supply response to demand is over optimistic.”

                                  Lithium supply will be a pivotal factor in how quickly battery production can accelerate, which in turn, will go a long way in determining the rollout of new EV models. Last month, the U.S. saw its highest month ever for EV sales. At 25,000, EVs still accounted for less than 1 percent of the total auto market for the month, but sales are growing quickly, up 37 percent in 2016 from a year earlier. Tesla’s gigafactory could provide a jolt to those sales numbers in the years ahead.

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                                  • #97
                                    [QUOTE=jerez1;175745]
                                    Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje

                                    Lithium Prices Set To Jump As Tesla Doubles Global Battery Production

                                    By Nick Cunningham - Jan 06, 2017, 6:05 PM CST
                                    Tesla Factory
                                    Tesla fired up the gigafactory in the first week of 2017, which could mark a turning point for the energy storage industry.

                                    The gigafactory in Nevada will begin mass production of lithium-ion batteries for the use in both Tesla’s Model 3 electric vehicle as well as its energy storage systems. Tesla, and its partner in the gigafactory, Panasonic, plan on hiring 4,000 people to work at the factory in 2017. By 2018, Tesla predicts that it will be churning out 35 gigawatts of lithium-ion batteries per ear, equivalent to what the rest of the world produces combined. In other words, this single factory will lead to a doubling of global battery production capacity next year.

                                    Up until now, battery production has been dominated by companies outside the United States. An estimated 88 percent of battery production in 2015 was located in China, South Korea and Japan, dominated by companies like LG Chem and Samsung. That market share distribution is set to abruptly change with the inauguration of the gigafactory.

                                    Ramping up battery production to such a monumental degree will certainly lead to cost reductions for batteries. Increased automation, standardization, economies of scale, learning-by-doing, and a lower capital investment per watt-hour of production will likely lead to industry-wide cost reductions.
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                                    Still, the obstacles for Tesla are formidable. Tesla has promised to begin shipping the Powerwall home energy storage system within the next few weeks; it has promised to sell 500,000 Model 3 cars by 2018, which will only be possible with the blistering pace of battery production at the gigafactory; it forked over a lot of money to purchase SolarCity; and it has a small margin of error with Wall Street on the financial side of the house after repeatedly disappointing shareholders.


                                    Tesla has been notorious for missing deadlines, but has impressed the market in recent months. It delivered a 20 megawatt energy storage system for a California utility in just a few months, a project that would have normally taken years. It has also accelerated plans for the gigafactory, hiring people well ahead of schedule and promising to ramp up output years earlier than originally planned. “We believe Tesla battery sales are accelerating," Baird analyst Ben Kallo, told Bloomberg. “The ramp of Tesla Energy and Model 3 production could exceed expectations.” Baird has rated Tesla as one of the best stocks of 2017.

                                    The end result could be cheaper EVs in the years ahead. Battery prices plunged 22 percent last year and are expected to decline by an additional 15 to 20 percent this year, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
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                                    The doubling of global battery production capacity could not only lead to an acceleration in the EV market, but it is also leading to a massive bull run for another sector: lithium. According to the Financial Times, an electric vehicle uses 4,800 times the volume of lithium as a smartphone, so the acceleration of EV adoption is leading to very tight supply conditions for lithium. Lithium demand could rise by 16 percent annually through 2025, which, according to Morningstar, would be the fastest growth rate out of any other commodity in the past century.

                                    Lithium prices exploded by 60 percent last year, and have tripled over the past three. While there are four main lithium miners in the world – SQM, Albermarle, FMC and Tianqi Lithium – smaller miners are starting to multiply. More than a few have popped up in Nevada, which is home to rich lithium deposits (it is not a coincidence that the Tesla gigafactory is located there). The FT argues that there is no shortage of global lithium reserves, but that mining lithium is technically difficult, which means miners could struggle to keep up with demand. “Supply is tight, you’re going to need more supply,” Richard Seville, CEO of Argentina-based lithium miner Orocobre, told the FT. “But the challenge is, things take time and often the supply response to demand is over optimistic.”

                                    Lithium supply will be a pivotal factor in how quickly battery production can accelerate, which in turn, will go a long way in determining the rollout of new EV models. Last month, the U.S. saw its highest month ever for EV sales. At 25,000, EVs still accounted for less than 1 percent of the total auto market for the month, but sales are growing quickly, up 37 percent in 2016 from a year earlier. Tesla’s gigafactory could provide a jolt to those sales numbers in the years ahead.


                                    Nuevo rally, subidón y nuevo precio estimado en 81 c

                                    http://www.galaxylithium.com/Investo...llieuHolst.pdf

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                                    • #98
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                                      Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje



                                      Nuevo rally, subidón y nuevo precio estimado en 81 c

                                      http://www.galaxylithium.com/Investo...llieuHolst.pdf
                                      Galaxy Resources outlines next lithium shipping date
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                                      09:00 10 Feb 2017
                                      Earlier in the week Galaxy raised A$61 million in a placement.
                                      Galaxy Resources outlines next lithium shipping date
                                      Galaxy has a lithium shipment planned
                                      Galaxy Resources (ASX:GXY) has reached 90% of nameplate throughput with peak feed rate at 95% of design.

                                      The company said that it will continue to increase its throughput and is expected to reach the nameplate design of 210tph within the next week.

                                      Galaxy has scheduled its second lithium concentrate shipment for late February.

                                      The shipment will contain an anticipated 15,000 WMT (plus or minus 10%) with product grade averaging 5.5% Li2O and a low 2% mica concentration.

                                      Recent feed grades of 1.1-1.3% are in line with reserve modelled grades.

                                      http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au...te-172949.html

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                                      • #99
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                                        Originalmente publicado por jerez1 Ver Mensaje

                                        Galaxy Resources outlines next lithium shipping date
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                                        09:00 10 Feb 2017
                                        Earlier in the week Galaxy raised A$61 million in a placement.
                                        Galaxy Resources outlines next lithium shipping date
                                        Galaxy has a lithium shipment planned
                                        Galaxy Resources (ASX:GXY) has reached 90% of nameplate throughput with peak feed rate at 95% of design.

                                        The company said that it will continue to increase its throughput and is expected to reach the nameplate design of 210tph within the next week.

                                        Galaxy has scheduled its second lithium concentrate shipment for late February.

                                        The shipment will contain an anticipated 15,000 WMT (plus or minus 10%) with product grade averaging 5.5% Li2O and a low 2% mica concentration.

                                        Recent feed grades of 1.1-1.3% are in line with reserve modelled grades.

                                        http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au...te-172949.html


                                        Está para comprar más despues de la corrección. Ya ha rebotado varias veces sobre los 45 c y el litio empieza nuevo rally al alza en precios

                                        http://www.asianmetal.com/LithiumPrice/Lithium.html

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                                        • Libros de Gregorio Hernández Jiménez (invertirenbolsa.info)
                                          Hola jerez.

                                          Este es el semanal:

                                          GR semanal.jpg


                                          Mientras no rompa esa directriz bajista hacia arriba, yo esperaría para comprar, porque es probable que caiga más.

                                          Te pongo también el diario, porque se ve algún detalle importante:

                                          GR diario.jpg


                                          La directriz bajista es la misma. Lo que se ve es que ya ha roto la media de 200 diaria a la baja, y que la última subida de momento es sólo un pullback a esa media de 200 diaria rota, y a la directriz bajista. Esto son señales de que puede caer más, así que creo que lo mejor es esperar.

                                          Los 0,22, si llega, son un soporte muy importante, esa podría ser una buena zona de compra. Aunque esta empresa es para poca gente, recordadlo, tiene mucho riesgo.


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