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Amur Minerals Corporation LSE:AMC London Ordinary Share VGG042401007 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.02 1.27% 1.60 1.60 1.796 1.67 1.58 1.61 2,594,554 13:59:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -1.8 -0.2 - 22

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13/4/2021
10:55
Gizzard are you a decorator dude?
roaring_kitty
13/4/2021
10:53
He should put his pencil case away and get onto Reddit man
roaring_kitty
13/4/2021
10:53
Yo Patio that dude sounds like a total loser who the hell is he
roaring_kitty
13/4/2021
08:53
hxxps://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/bhp-to-ride-ev-green-power-revolution-as-copper-nickel-demand-set-to-soar-20210412-p57iij.html
gizmohican
13/4/2021
08:42
hxxps://www.mining.com/nickel-price-falls-as-china-warns-on-raw-material-prices/
gizmohican
13/4/2021
08:34
Patio58 Thanks for posting. I've never been much of a fan of technical analysis partly/largely because I've never taken the time to study it. I will, however, be a huge fan if Zak Mir's current prediction for Amur over the next 3 months or so turns out to be accurate. TDT
trickydickytwo
12/4/2021
08:10
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patio58
09/4/2021
20:00
Nickel price forecast for 2021 Dan Atkinson 6 hours ago For traders News and features Analysis Nickel price forecast for 2021 Share Article In the metallurgical family, you’re only really someone if you have a nickname. Silver is “the grey metal”, platinum “the white metal”, copper “the red metal” and gold, of course, is “the yellow metal” (also known by detractors as “the barbarous yellow relic”, in a remark attributed, wrongly, to the economist Lord Keynes). Nickel, alas, has no such widely-used title, which is perhaps appropriate given it is everywhere in our daily life but rarely noticed. Trade Nickel Spot CFD Sell 16572.33 Buy 16615.59 1M 5M 15M 30M 1H 4H 1D 1W Moment in the spotlight This is, perhaps, because of its role as part of alloy metals, mixed with other materials. And partly, to be honest, it probably arises because of the mainly unglamorous uses to which nickel is put. Batteries and plumbing are unlikely to set the pulse racing, although strings for electric guitars provide a link to the world of showbusiness. Then there is nickel’s role in coinage, memorialised in American slang for a 5-cent coin (“a nickel”) and a cause of outrage in Britain after the war when the then Labour Government replaced the silver content of higher value coins with a mixture of copper and nickel. Nickel did have a moment in the spotlight in the mid-2000s when rocketing prices meant that the open-market value was higher than the face value of coins. One British newspaper proved this by taking some coins to France, having them smelted down and sold on the open market. Why France? Well, because deliberately destroying the national currency in the UK itself would have been a criminal offence. Not as simple as it seems From the above, you will gather that nickel trading is pretty much a pure play on two things – the state of the economy and supply and demand. There is little if any use in jewellery (unlike silver) and absolutely no investment or monetary role, unlike gold. So, how to go about making a nickel price forecast? Perhaps the best place to start is with the recent past performance of this most durable of metals. At the time of writing, nickel is trading at $16,743.72 a tonne. A year earlier, on 9 April 2020, it changed hands at $11,565.33 a tonne. That latter figure was also the 12-monthly low for nickel, suggesting upward momentum and a positive nickel price outlook. Unfortunately, it is not as simple as that. Nickel’s 12-monthly peak occurred on 25 February, at $19, 344.22 a tonne, since when it has slumped back below $17,000. This may seem odd at a time when the prospects for the world economy are being talked up, with the lifting of many coronavirus-related restrictions and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) raising its forecasts for global growth. But the website Trading Economics suggested expectations of higher supply volumes may have depressed the price, although its medium-term view was more upbeat. It wrote: “In March, nickel plunged 14%, as concerns about supply shortages had eased. Still, the commodity growing usage in lithium-ion batteries and the accelerated roll-out of electric vehicles should drive prices higher in the long-run.” Nickel price forecast 2021 Open a trading account in less than 3 min Create account Certainly, the nickel price prediction 2021 looked good at the start of the year. On 14 January, Forbes magazine reported: “Demand up. Supply down. Price heading for a 10-year high. It doesn’t get much better for nickel—except for the potential to get a lot better for a metal which has a well-earned reputation for extreme highs (and lows).” It added: “Get ready for a rise to the great nickel rush of 2007, when the metal hit an all-time high of $50,000 a tonne – before plunging to $9,200 a tonne just two years later.” Since January, as we have seen, supply constraints have eased, which is perhaps unsurprising, as on 20 January Argus Metals counselled: “Nickel prices are drawing closer to the $20,000 a tonne threshold required to spur investment in new supply.” Obviously, such investment has the effect of increasing supply, with the effects one would expect in terms of dampening the price. Are February’s levels, close to $20,000 a tonne, the best we can expect from nickel this year, or will the nickel price go up? The World Bank’s commodity-price forecast of October 2020 doesn’t hold out much hope for anyone looking for $20,000 a tonne any time soon. Indeed, it is fairly downbeat about nickel’s prospects. Biden to the rescue? For 2020, it forecast $13,500, well below the actual price, and for this year it is looking for $13,800, again well below the current price. Into 2022, the World Bank is predicting a price of $14,213, and for 2023 one of $14,639. Matters are a little brighter come 2024, with a price of $15,078, rising to $15,530 a tonne in 2025. By 2030, nine years from now, the price is expected to have hit $18,000, still below the $20,000 a tonne that brings forth new investment. Even so, these figures may suggest nickel is a fair long-term bet, given the 2030 price is significantly higher than nickel’s price per tonne today. But the World Bank makes clear that all its commodity price forecasts are in “nominal US dollars”. In other words, these figures take no account of inflation and, if you listen to critics of President Joe Biden and his team, there is going to be plenty of inflation as a result of loose monetary policies and his $1.9 trillion stimulus package. Of course, this very same package could give a huge lift to demand for nickel, more than cancelling out the downward impact of greater supply. On top of the stimulus measures, he is also proposing greatly increased infrastructure spending, and this least glamorous of metals is a key component of stainless steel along with, as we have seen, plumbing installations. President Biden can be expected also to promote the use of electric cars, with nickel an important element in their rechargeable batteries. Looked at in this light it may seem that the answer to the question: “Is nickel a good investment?” is, quite simply, yes. But everything hinges on the performance of the US and world economies. As mentioned before, nickel trading and investment is a fairly straight bet on economic growth. Unlike other metals, there is nothing to cloud the issue, no angle to do with jewellery, no use as a reserve asset in central banks and no devoted band of followers with a quasi-mystical belief in its role as a store of value and demands that it be made once again the basis of the world’s monetary system. In light of all this, the World Bank’s forecasts look pessimistic and we can probably add $1,000 a tonne to its predictions for each year up to and including 2030
gizmohican
09/4/2021
16:35
I like those 2ook trades comming since last three days. Because since last 20 Years i have noticed these 200k trades appears before the price rokets!!!!!
thunders
09/4/2021
16:04
Also RK dude! Thanks for your head-up dude!
gurunostradamus
09/4/2021
16:02
Nice volume buildup over the last few days and more importantly high than usual number of AT trades! Something is going on up in those Russian mountains!
gurunostradamus
09/4/2021
14:54
Good volume. Something is going on ???
thunders
09/4/2021
13:18
Quite so buddy! The comms having dried up a sure sign that the company does not need our support on anything. That should be a good sign. It is also frustrating at the same time, reflecting RY disdain for his shareholders. FAQ nearly 2 years since updated, and not a squeak on the TEO or situation with Adam. But as all LTH know only too well, any comms has centred around them needing support
madengland_
09/4/2021
10:53
Should be 10p already on current fundamentals Mad, feels like I've been in this stock forever, value has to win though in the end.
patio58
09/4/2021
10:49
One thing we do know is that on good news share price moves this can multiply exponentially in a matter of days. With the right news 10p will look cheap
madengland_
09/4/2021
10:47
I would expect this is people building stakes in the hope/or the wink that the TEO will be lodged and some news on the back of it. Personally I'd prefer that than a pump at this point. Let's see some news so we see the true value
madengland_
09/4/2021
10:40
Hej dude we have not released this on Reddit yet as the team are stake building as you can see. RK
roaring_kitten
09/4/2021
10:38
Do we know what is moving the Price? Is it Reddit or WalstreetBets ?
thunders
09/4/2021
10:38
Do we know what is moving the Price? Is it Reddit or WalstreetBets ?
thunders
09/4/2021
10:37
Do we know what is moving the Price? Is it Reddit or WalstreetBets ?
thunders
09/4/2021
09:25
Surging Electric Vehicles Sales Resulting in High Demand for Lithium and Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes April 9, 2021 Press Offfice Press Release 0 Battery Electrolytes Battery Electrolytes High energy density and lightweight lithium-ion or Li-ion batteries are used in different fields from small machinery and IT devices to electric tools. They belong to a group of batteries that generate electrical energy by converting chemical energy via redox reactions on the active materials. They also have the greatest electrochemical potential and have well-defined energy per weight. Lithium and lithium ion battery electrolytes are considered to a step taken towards resolving challenges posed by gasoline-dependent fuel sources. This is one of the key factors leading to their increasing application in electric vehicles. The rising demand for vehicles with lesser weight and greater fuel-efficiency will pave way for increasing installation of lithium ion battery electrolytes in the near future. Types of lithium-ion batteries Lithium Cobalt Oxide, LCO: Batteries consisting of lithium cobalt oxide are made of cobalt and lithium carbonate. The energy level is very high in combination with a high level of defence. The anode limits battery life by changing the solid interface and by thickening the anode. The characteristics of these batteries make them popular among mobile phones and other portable electronic devices. One of the disadvantages of the LCO battery is its current charging and discharge ability. Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery, LFP: These batteries use phosphate as a cathode. They also provide low internal resistance and high current capability. They have a long lifecycle and durability. This kind of li-ion battery uses a nanoscale phosphate cathode material to provide its high current capacity. Motorcycles and other electric vehicles use these batteries as well. Lithium Manganese Oxide, LMO: Lithium Manganese Oxide, LiMn2O4, is used as cathode material for this kind of battery. They have a nickel, manganese, and cobalt hybrid cathode. They are structured to permit high currents to pass, and also provide very high current levels to be fast-charged as well. They improve the thermal stability and improves the safety of the cell. This form of battery is mostly used in automotive control tools and powertrains. Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminium Oxide, NCA: These batteries are important for powertrains and storage in the grid. It has a good service life, high power, and high-density figures. They are mostly used in the automotive industry. Even though they provide a high-energy option, they aren’t safe and are quite costly. Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide, NMC: These batteries use a cathode comprising of a combination of nickel, manganese, and cobalt. They can be high-specific energy densities or high specified capacity, as other lithium-ion battery types. This form of battery is most used in automotive control tools and powertrains. They have high specific energy but weak stability, Nickel is known for its low internal resistance, but at the expense of low specific power. Components of Lithium-Ion Battery Li-ion batteries consist of mainly four components: Cathode Anode Electrolyte Separator. Lithium batteries cannot function without the components that are mentioned above. Advantages of Lithium-Ion Batteries Lithium-ion batteries have one of the highest energy densities of any battery technology as of today. They can deliver up to 3.6 Volts, 3 times higher than other technologies. They also don’t require high maintenance and are not required to schedule cycling to maintain their battery life. They are used to power electrical systems for some aerospace applications, where weight is an important cost factor. They last for five years or longer, which is longer than the lead battery that lasts only two years. Lithium can load and discharge highly for all kinds of applications, providing maximum diversity. Fast charge reduces downtime and the high lithium discharge rate is perfect for an explosion of power. Lithium provides less than half the weight and size of the same or greater energy compared to other battery chemicals which makes them more flexible and easier to install. Lithium-ion Battery Electrolytes Application Projected to Surge The demand for lithium and lithium-ion electrolyte batteries is projected to grow significantly considering the launch of new lithium-ion electrolytes and the increasing use of these batteries in various electronic equipment. The demand will be considerably high in the U.K., as the country makes headways in electronic vehicle production. Within Asia Pacific, China in particular will continue exhibiting high demand. Some of the key elements of the lithium-ion battery are electrolytes, aluminium foil, copper foil, anode, and cathode. DISADVANTAGES OF LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Lithium ion batteries suffer from ageing. They age even when they are not in use. Despite the usage, there is a time limit element to the reduction in capacity. It is dependent on the number of charge discharge cycles that the battery has undergone. A key disadvantage is also their cost. Typically they are around 40% more costly to manufacture than Nickel Cadmium cells. They have low self-discharge. Although partially discharged the overall integrity of this battery continues. Lithium batteries may explode when overheated. This is because gases formed by electrolyte decomposition increases the internal pressure of the cell. To remain ‘ahead’ of your competitors, request for a sample>>> hxxps://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/sample/rep-gb-5474 CONCLUSION Technology is constantly evolving and new lithium-ion technologies are replacing the existing ones. The demand for lithium ion battery electrolyte is expected to surge amid the increasing sales of electric vehicles. With countries around the world focusing on ways of reducing carbon footprint, they are expected to look for technologies that will allow them to save energy. This will in turn create an environment conducive for increase in lithium ion batteries sales
gizmohican
09/4/2021
09:14
The U.S. is facing a lithium-ion battery shortage as electric vehicle production ramps up PUBLISHED THU, APR 8 202112:51 PM EDTUPDATED THU, APR 8 20218:20 PM EDT Katie Brigham @KATIE_BRIGHAM SHARE Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via Email WATCH NOW VIDEO14:36 Why the U.S. is facing a battery shortage In this article .FKRX300 -7.56 (-0.56%) FORD -0.02 (-0.66%) As automakers continue to grapple with a semiconductor shortage, some experts say the next supply chain crisis for the U.S. could involve lithium-ion batteries. As companies like GM, Ford and a slew of start-ups ramp up their electric vehicle ambitions, current battery production in the U.S. won’t be able to keep up with demand. Though the U.S. has a handful of large-scale battery manufacturing facilities, including Tesla’s Gigafactory that operates in partnership with Panasonic, a trade dispute between two Korean battery makers, LG Chem and SK Innovation, threatens the future of a new battery factory in Georgia.
gizmohican
09/4/2021
09:13
hxxps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-04-08/first-india-ev-battery-plant-takes-shape-to-cut-china-dependence
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