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  • Lithium sector mastermind puts bullseye on yet another sweet target.
  • Soft market, low lithium stock prices, make today possibly the perfect time to pounce.
  • But don’t make a move until you discover top lithium investors’ sweet-spot destination.

James Hyerczyk is a Florida-based technical analyst, market researcher, educator and trader. James began his career in Chicago in 1982 as a futures market analyst for floor traders at the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and numerous brokerage firms. He has been providing quality analysis for professional traders for 40 years.

Hello, I am James Hyerczyk and I am proud to say that my 40-years’ experience in the markets is what allowed me to discover the man I call the Babe Ruth of lithium.

As you read on here, I hope you have confidence that my skills as a technical analyst, market researcher, educator and trader are the strong foundation for the stunning opportunity I’ll show you today.

I started my career back in 1982 as a futures market analyst for floor traders at the Chicago Board of Trade, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and numerous brokerage firms. Since then, I’ve been providing quality analysis for professional traders for 40 years.

Also, while I stand by my work, I hope you won’t take my word alone. What I am going to show you now may be one of the century’s rare opportunities, but I hope you’ll get a second opinion from your broker or investment advisor.

By James Hyerczyk

The Babe Ruth of lithium investing has found a new project. And where he goes fortunes, large and small, seem to follow.

And, while there are solid reasons why this is the best time ever to invest in junior lithium explorers…

Following Babe Ruth’s lead is the only compelling reason that matters today.

He Lights The Fuse On Explosive Returns

The Babe’s name is Andrew Bowering.

He’s just zeroed in on United Lithium (ULTHF). It’s a hard rock lithium outfit – the first of its kind in a prime European mining jurisdiction.

And that means in-the-know investors who follow Bowering closely may have already made their moves into United Lithium (ULTHF).

But don’t worry, a lull in the lithium market means there’s still a lot of meat left on this bone.

Do this quickly, however, before market pressures ease and lithium prices could begin to soar again.

When that happens, Bowering’s track record of mega successes could offer you a hint of what to expect next from United Lithium (ULTHF).

By Following Bowering's Lead, Fortune Building Is Not Hype*

Those who bought into Bowering’s Prime Mining around this time of year four years ago could have made 1,581% exactly three years later.[1]

Next, early investors had a chance to make more than 6,100% just before Bowering sold his Millennial Lithium to Lithium Americas in late January 2022 for $491 million.*[2]

Then there’s American Lithium. It’s Bowering’s Nevada claystone lithium project.

It made a splash when it announced initial resources for its Tonopah project.

Investors who followed Bowering and bought American Lithium for pennies in late 2020 could have made as much as 5,455% a year later.[3]

To be frank, back then was a wild time for lithium… crazy prices.

Yet, as it trades today on the Nasdaq, investors who stuck with Bowering’s company for the past three years could still be up by as much as 1,322%.[4]

In the end, investors who followed Bowering from Mexico, with Prime Mining; to Argentina, with Millennial Lithium; to Tonopah, NV, with American Lithium; have ridden his pioneering foresight to sweetheart gains… what could be some of the very best during the past five years.* 

This Pioneer Could Lead To A Fertile New Lithium Destination

Now, it’s time to follow this legendary trailblazer to a new destination – Bergby, Sweden.

There, Bowering is part of an all-star team United Lithium (ULTHF) that has gathered.

The team is exploring a potentially massive hard rock lithium project.

And they’re working at such an efficient pace, the laboratory grading the now 60 drill-hole samples can’t keep pace.

I’ll show you in a minute why the lag in results could significantly favor United Lithium’s early 2024 investors.

But right now, please focus on this one mind-blowing thought.

Make no mistake about it, Andy Bowering’s tremendous string of successes means he can sit on the sidelines until a superb opportunity opens up.

It looks as if a Bergby, Sweden lithium project could be as prime as it gets.

That’s why I’m looking at United Lithium (ULTHF).

And Swedish lithium could soon become highly prized…

Because the European Union has done something that many people think is crazy… it banned the internal combustion engine.[5]

United Lithium (ULTHF) Is In A Sweep Spot Because…
Europe Is All Demand But No Domestic Supply

That’s right. That’s no joke. That’s not a misprint… by 2035 it will be illegal to sell ICE-powered vehicles across Europe… Great Britain, too.[6][7]

The EU is going to be a lithium-ion battery powered fantasy land.

But get this: there is not a pound of lithium being mined in Europe for EV batteries. Not a pound.[8]

You can imagine lithium investors licking their chops over this reality… and in the heart of the action sits United Lithium (ULTHF).

But there’s more.

Because, while it was banning the internal combustion engine, the EU Parliament enacted a Critical Raw Materials law.

And that law demands that 10% of Europe’s lithium supply come from domestic sources by 2030.[9]

Again, Europe produces virtually zero domestic lithium, today.

So, it will be companies like United Lithium (ULTHF) that could be key to Europe’s future.

For, as Fastmarkets forecasts, European mine supply could reach 135 metric tons of lithium by 2030.*

But it expects European lithium demand to reach 380 metric tons at the same time… a shortfall of approximately 245 metric tons.*[10]

Enter United Lithium (ULTHF).

Its active exploration in Sweden makes this the ideal time to consider a strong move into it.

Here’s the rest of the United Lithium (ULTHF) story.

BUFFETT’S LAW: Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy…
Be Greedy Only When Others Are Fearful

Let’s start with the most important part of the story first.

A multi-month surplus of lithium caused the price of a metric ton to collapse in the past year.

That lower spot prices spooked lithium investors and explorers alike.

The shock punished stock prices, too.
So quality lithium explorers and miners are cheap today and idling until the surplus dwindles.

That’s a huge advantage for investors who focus on junior explorers such as United Lithium (ULTHF).

EU’s New Law Could Create Huge Demand

Ironically, stalled and canceled projects could tighten supply, which in turn could delay consumer acceptance of EVs and thwart attempts to limit climate change… unless, of course, you live in Europe.

There, the EU has a strict law on track and barreling toward 2035.

But the EV market is set to explode even before then.

The fuse is lit right now.

That’s because Europe’s EV market is forecast to nearly double from 2023 sales levels to nearly $300 billion by 2028 – just four years from now.*[11]

The explosive new trend will be driven by sales that are forecasted to jump by 2 million to nearly 5 million EVs sold that year.*[12]

In short, off to the races… and that means tons of lithium.

Aggressive Survivors Could Be The Biggest Winners

And that’s why United Lithium (ULTHF) is an important company.

United is set to have continuous exploration on the Bergby hard-rock project even as the lithium market swoon has forced many other lithium projects to stall.

That means two things:

  • United Lithium’s Bergby project could be leaps and bounds ahead of other explorers when demand for lithium picks up again, most likely in 2025.

  • More importantly, it means United Lithium (ULTHF) could be a junior explorer worth investing in. Why? Because it will continue to move forward while so many other explorers are on hold.

This is the outcome when the company you invest in, such as United Lithium, is led by industry pioneers and not trend-riding quick-buck artists.

And make no mistake about it, United Lithium’s Bergby project is prime.

Berbgy, Sweden – Hard Rock Heaven

Swedish geology students first discovered lithium-rich granite pegmatite rock on the Bergby property back in 2006.

United Lithium gained control of the property in 2020. Excitement for its initial exploration results saw its stock price flirt with $3 in late 2021.[13]

By 2023 the lithium market had gone south.

As Bloomberg reported, the meltdown caused havoc by stalling projects, scuttling deals, and triggering a scramble for cash.[14]

But the crisis created an opening that allowed a sharp new team to gain control of United Lithium (ULTHF) in the winter 2023. 

Among that team are, of course, Bowering along with his co-founder of American Lithium, Michael Kolber.

He founded Osum Oil Sands Corp in Alberta in 2005. During his tenure Kolber grew the company from start-up to a valuation nearing $500 million.

The team also includes a big-time industry name from the massive global miner Rio Tinto. He’s Iain Scarr, Rio’s former VP of Exploration. That’s about as big time as it gets.

They are led by an up-and-coming industry star, Scott Eldridge as CEO.

Along with running Canagold Resources, and serving as a director at Nevada Lithium Resources, Eldridge raised upwards of $350 million to finance mine construction.

Huge Property… Good to High Grades Of Lithium

These are men that will know how to aggressively explore the Bergby’s 30-square-mile, huge hard-rock lithium property.

So far, United Lithium (ULTHF) has reported the exploration results to be “highly encouraging.”[17]

New drilling assay results demonstrated a combined strike of lithium bearing pegmatite granite that’s now more than 2.5 miles (4km) long.[18]

That’s 45 football fields. So, we’re talking about the potential for a huge open pit mine.

Moreover, while drill results reveal zones of high-grade lithium, exploration has found that overall, the Bergby property’s pegmatite, at a minimum 1% lithium oxide, is twice the hard-rock industry’s 0.5% cut off grade.[19]

Finally, so far, the drill results have also revealed what could be a tremendous advantage for United Lithium (ULTHF).

The drills are finding solid lithium oxide grades of 1% and above from close to the surface and down to about 100 feet.[20]

That, at this moment, suggests a shallow mine, which usually means way less capital expense.

And that could translate into greater profits.*

But the news gets even better from an early investor’s standpoint.

Move Now Before A River Of News Begins To Flow

That’s because, as noted above, the United Lithium (ULTHF) exploration team is so efficient the laboratory grading the now 60 drill-hole samples can’t keep pace

That lag means that the company has only published about half of its results out of the 60.

That’s less than half. So, what could be lots of good United Lithium (ULTHF) news could soon begin to pile up.

I like to think of a mass of good news as if it were gathering on a scale, the weight of each item lifting the other side of the scale higher and higher.

Advantage United Lithium

I can’t stress enough that while other junior lithium explorers could be slowing down, shutting down, or putting exploration on hold, United Lithium’s team of industry pioneers gains an advantage every day they move forward.

And the EU is helping them.

That’s because the new Critical Metals law has dramatically shortened the permitting process to build mines to 27 months.[21]

That’s a whopping advantage when you consider it usually takes seven to 10 years to get a mine up and running.[22]

And let’s be frank, not everyone wants a lithium mine with its massive equipment and dust in their backyards, town, or region.

That’s where Sweden and Bergby are a perfect fit for United Lithium (ULTHF).

Because while Sweden is known for corporations such as Volvo and Ikea, but it is truly famous for its mines.

But don’t take my word for it, here’s how the Geological Survey of Sweden puts it.

Sweden mining history stretches more than a thousand years.

“Today, Sweden is one of the EU’s leading ore and metal producers… by far the largest iron ore producer in the EU and is also among the foremost producers of base and precious metals.”[23]

Best of all, the area around United Lithium’s Bergby property is lightly populated.

It has a major federal highway running through it as well as unity scale power lines and it’s a mere 25 miles from a deep-water port.[24]

Has Mining Royalty Already Picked A Winner?

And that represents the singular point of why investors may want to focus on United Lithium (ULTHF) now.

It is a viable working company in a year when the lithium industry is suffering.

MINING.com put it best… juniors explorers are getting hit the hardest in “a dramatic reversal from the ebullience of recent years.”[25]

But United Lithium is thriving.

In February it named Henrik Lundin to its board.[26]

If you know anything about mining, you know that the Lundin family is royalty with a mining dynasty that stretches across the globe.

A Swedish national with a degree from the prestigious Colorado School of Mines, Lundin previously served as Chairman of Gold Line Resources, was COO of TAG Oil, responsible for the global operations.

To add impressive quality to the board of directors when the industry is in chaos perfectly distills the point I am making today.

United Lithium (ULTHF) is a farsighted company for farsighted investors.

These Guys Know Hard Rock

And that foresight extends beyond Sweden.

For the while the company’s is zeroed in on Bergby, it has four other high-potential hard rock properties, including one in Finland[27]… perhaps even more lithium for a hungry EU market.

Known as the  Kietyönmäki Lithium property. Like Bergby, the Finnish project capitalizes on three key elements: cost effective surface and near surface extraction; well established mining and transportation infrastructure and rapid fulfilment of tariff free sales to potential EU lithium customers.

Expect new exploration to pick up there throughout 2024.

United Lithium (ULTHF) also has three U.S. properties.[28]

They are:

  • The Patriot Lithium Project in Gunnison County, CO. It encompasses an area that the USGS surveyed and mapped with more than 1,800 individual pegmatite bodies and numerous pegmatite dykes.
  • The Liberty Lithium Project is located in an historically significant Li Be producing area and covers nearly 25 square miles near Custer, South Dakota.
  • The Freedom Lithium Project is in an easily accessible area located in mining-friendly Wyoming’s historic Copper Mountain Mining District. It has extensive pegmatite outcrops.

Ultra-Low Share Price Could Level Out Risk

Ultimately, getting into United Lithium (ULTHF) now could be a get it and forget it deal.*

The market meltdown has pushed lithium stock prices back to pre-frenzy 2021 levels.

That means United Lithium (ULTHF) is at a super low price.

Remember what Andy Bowering has delivered in the sector.

Also remember a huge, huge reality. 

Lithium prices are down because there’s a surplus, not because a lithium powered clean energy future is delayed.

Strategic investments prove that. They’re aimed at securing future lithium supplies. The deals are on the rise.

The future is cast. That’s why investors should find United Lithium (ULTHF) so appealing.

After all, major automakers and lithium producers committed more than $1 billion in 2023 alone… a billion dollars in a soft market.[29]

For instance, GM invested $650 million in Lithium Americas, while Albemarle allocated $110 million to get a piece of lithium developer Patriot Battery Metals.[30]

Global Lithium Supply Forecast

The Dinosaurs Lead The Way

As the lithium-ion battery powered megatrend continues…

A junior explorer like United Lithium (ULTHF), could help lead the way into the future.

And it’s a future with some surprising new players.

CNBC reported “Exxon views lithium as a decades’ long investment with high growth potential.”[31]

Its President of Low Carbon Solutions, Dan Ammann, said, “We want to get in early. We want to lead the way on domestic production of lithium, do it with a very favorable environmental footprint and set that as the standard.”[32]

Exxon’s  European oil rivals BP and Shell are investing in EV charging stations as part of their energy transition strategy.

BP invested $20 million in an ultra-fast-charging battery start-up company StoreDot. Then, it made a $1 billion investment  in the United Kingdom’s EV charging infrastructure.[33][34]

Shell’s public charging network, Shell Recharge, has an ambitious goal. Install 500,000 charging point stations across the globe by 2025.

It plans to locate them at supermarkets, street-charging points, and EV hubs.[35]

In short, last-century’s dinosaurs are rushing headlong into the lithium-ion battery future.

Hard Rock Is Lithium’s Proven Mining Method

And, as much as United Lithium (ULTHF) looks to be part of the future, its methods are pure to the traditional hard-rock lithium business.

It’s a proven mining method, which is very unlike Nevada where the excitement is centered on lithium claystone… which has yet to find a proven, economical processing method.

The best thing about hard rock lithium is it’s there for the taking.

With hard rock there’s no need to wait years for the sun to evaporate lithium brine… no need to pray science experiments finally come up with methods of mining lithium clays.

Hard rock is what made fortunes for famous companies such as Livent, Albemarle, and Pilbara Minerals.

Lithium Has The Look Of A Tremendous Long-Term Play*

Despite the lithium market’s downturn, the lithium-ion-battery powered clean energy revolution has the making of a long-term bull market.

United Lithium (ULTHF) is positioned to be part of the stampede.

In fact, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence stated the opportunity clearly for you.

Its analysts said, “at least 384 new mines for graphite, lithium, nickel, and cobalt are required by 2035 to meet the demand for electric vehicle and energy storage batteries…

“And the demand for lithium-ion batteries is set to grow six-fold by 2032.”*

Lithium-Ion Batteries Are The Key To Modern-Day Life

Lithium-ion batteries for EVs that will be the biggest driver of that global lithium demand.

That demand could soon start to accelerate again.

Automakers expect EV sales to increase from 3 million new cars in 2020 to 40 million new EVs by 2030.*

To enable this growth, the lithium industry needs to produce 10 times more lithium in less than 10 years.

Globally, the battery industry needs to invest at least $514 billion across the whole supply chain to meet expected demand in 2030, and $920 billion by 2035, according to Benchmark analysts.

Reuters agreed when it reported that, “global automakers are planning to spend more than half a trillion dollars on electric vehicles and batteries through 2030.

In all, demand for lithium-ion batteries is forecast to grow to 3.7 terawatt-hours by 2030, up from around 1 TWh this year.*

Again, the majority of that will be driven by an ever-increasing demand for electric vehicles.

That demand could grow annually by 25% to 26% and create a need for 3.3 million to 3.8 million metric tons of lithium carbonate.

Think of it, the average electric car uses more than 5,000 times the lithium of a smartphone.

An EV that can travel farther because of a denser battery that can use as much lithium as is in 10,000 smartphones.

Or, in the words of analysts at the GlobalX Lithium & Battery Tech ETF…

“Therefore, growth of the electric car market will have a profound impact on total lithium demand.”

The Future Is Big, Utility Grade Lithium-Ion Batteries

But that half a trillion dollars for batteries is just a fraction of the estimated $35 trillion needed to fund a global energy transition by 2030, according to the International Renewable Energy Agency.

This includes spending on renewables such as wind and solar for the grid.

The importance of solar and wind is amplified when the energy they create can be stored in giant lithium-ion utility size batteries that can release energy into the grid as needed.

As of July 2023, the U.S. had 10.6 gigawatts of battery storage nationwide. It plans to add another 20 gigawatts by 2025.

That represents another 170 metric tons of lithium demand.

What does all this new demand rest upon if not for companies like United Lithium (ULTHF), which are aggressively exploring for lithium. 

“The energy transition is still in its early stages and massive capital deployment is going to be needed in order to meet the goals of industry and policy makers,” said Andrew Miller, Benchmark’s chief operating officer.

“Batteries are the platform technology for clean energy goals.”

Benchmark’s view is that lithium, more than any other part of the supply chain, will be the bottleneck for the growth of the big storage battery industry.

United Lithium (ULTHF) Is A Classic Junior Explorer Play

United Lithium (ULTHF) is a straightforward easy-to-understand opportunity.

That’s because it’s aggressively exploring its 30-square mile Bergby, Sweden, hard rock lithium property.

It’s also because, led by an all-star management team, United Lithium is standing tall while other junior explorers are collapsing.

Still, United Lithium has yet to mine a single pound of lithium.

It’s an explorer and as such United Lithium is a pure speculation – a gamble that Andrew Bowering is right.

For those who can tolerate such risk…

Then now could be the right time to call your broker, or talk to an investment adviser, and have them dig into why United Lithium (ULTHF) could be one of the decade’s most lucrative lithium plays.*

8 Intriguing Reasons United Lithium (ULTHF) Deserves Your Full Attention Now

Investing Imperative… Move Into Lithium Today

  • Lithium sector mastermind puts bullseye on yet another sweet target.
  • Soft market, low lithium stock prices, make today possibly the perfect time to pounce.
  • But don’t make a move until you discover top lithium investors’ strategy.

An unprecedented opportunity in lithium is unfolding right before our eyes.

It could have all the markings of a history-making investment event.

That’s because the bottom fell out of the lithium market.

Judging by the big swoon in lithium stock prices, the collapse chased speculators and the fearful out of the sector.

The big reset has repriced lithium stocks to pre-craze prices.

But, as you’ll see, the lithium-ion battery revolution – at the heart of the global clean initiative – is a hot as ever.

It all adds up to a second-chance opportunity like the stock market rarely offers you.

And second chance mean aggressive investors could be the biggest winners.*

So you can bet that Scott Eldridge, Michael Kolber, and Andrew Bowering didn’t gain control of United Lithium (ULTHF) in order to stand on the sidelines.

Like the savviest of lithium investors, they’re betting on the idea that demand will spike sharply in late 2025 and lithium’s price will begin to soar again.

And for retail investors that means but one mind-bending notion…
it’s time to party like it was 2019… back to the days when even the best junior lithium explorers traded for pennies.

Back to the days when Andy Bowering first made his name as the fastest gun in lithium.

By Following Bowering's Lead Fortune Building May Not Be Hype

Those who bought into Bowering’s Prime Mining around this time of year four years ago could have made 1,581% exactly three years later.[37]

Next, early investors had a chance to make more than 6,100% just before Bowering sold his Millennial Lithium to Lithium Americas in late January 2022 for $491 million.[38]

Then there is American Lithium. It’s Bowering’s Nevada claystone lithium project.

It made a splash when it announced initial resources for its Tonopah project.

Investors who were prescient enough to follow Bowering and buy American Lithium for pennies in late 2020 could have made as much as 5,455% a year later.[39]

To be frank, back then was a wild time for lithium… crazy prices.

Yet, as it trades today on the Nasdaq, investors who stuck with Bowering’s company for the past three years could still be up by as much as 1,322%.[40]

In the end, investors who followed Bowering from Mexico, with Prime Mining; to Argentina, with Millennial Lithium; to Tonopah, NV, with American Lithium; have ridden his pioneering foresight to sweetheart gains… what could be some of the very best during past five years. 

– James Hyerczyk | EdgeOnTheStreet.com

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[32] https://www.cnbc.com/2023/11/13/exxon-to-produce-lithium-for-electric-vehicles-in-arkansas.html

[33] https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/news-and-insights/reimagining-energy/bp-invests-in-ultra-fast-charging-battery-company-storedot.html

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