Tuesday , 17 October 2017


Institutional Investors Showing Increased Interest In These 5 Lithium Stocks

Lithium demand continues to grow at a robust pace driven by energy grid storage andlithium-ion electric vehicle battery usage. Consequently, several lithium stocks are attracting renewed institutional interest and today we have identified the 5 with the greatest increase in institutional investor ownership over the past year.

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1. Neo Lithium Corp (TSXV: NLC)

Neo Lithium Corp. owns and operates mineral reserves and offers lithium surface holding rights, feasibility study, and reserves development services in Canada.

  • Market Cap: $120.5 million
  • Institutional ownership (Current): 23.7%
  • Institutional ownership (Year ago): 9.3%

2. Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSX: NMX)

Nemaska Lithium, Inc. explores for metals and minerals at its main projects: Whabouchi (lithium) and Lac Levac deposit (nickel, copper, elements of platinum group).

  • Market Cap: $527.9 million
  • Institutional ownership (Current): 16.5%
  • Institutional ownership (Year ago): 10.4%

3. Lithium Americas Corp. (TSX: LAC)

Lithium Americas Corp. mines, produces, and supplies lithium in Argentina and Canada.

  • Market Cap: $704.0 million
  • Institutional ownership (Current): 11.3%
  • Institutional ownership (Year ago): 17.7%

4. Critical Elements Corporation (TSXV: CRE)

Critical Elements Corp. searches for rare metals and rare earths, particularly tantalum, lithium, and niobium.

  • Market Cap: $236.9 million
  • Institutional ownership (Current): 9.6%
  • Institutional ownership (Year ago): 7.5%

5. Advantage Lithium Corp. (TSXV: AAL)

Advantage Lithium Corp. specializes in the strategic acquisition, exploration, and development of lithium properties in Canada.

  • Market Cap: $66.2 million
  • Institutional ownership (Current): 7.5%
  • Institutional ownership (Year ago): 1.5%

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