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    Manuel
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    Something is going on in $PEMIF. Up 14%+ today
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    Rick
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    I still like $PEMIF. They don't have a lot of cash but the process they are working on is ground breaking if they can get it proved with the prototype plant that's being built for them.
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    Bob M
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    The Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE) is selling at $12,00 per ton to $14,000 per ton (Nov 30, 2016)
    The Clayton news claims that they can extract 816,000 ton of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE)
    The Value of this is $264 million to $308 million
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    Patrick Murphy
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    Does anyone have any idea when there testing phase will be over and can start drilling for real and make some money? Late 2017? if everything goes good or 2018?
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    Bob M
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    why does the stock keep on going down.
    despite of:
    1. Great news on Tenova Bateman Technologies pilot plant
    2. It's working with TESLA gigafactory.

    What gives !!!
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    John
    Pure Energy Minerals Limited
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/pure-energy-enters-agreements-lithium-113000755.html
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 11, 2017-- Pure Energy Minerals Limited is pleased to announce that it has entered into a series of agreements with Lithium X Energy Corp, GeoXplor Corp., and Clayton Valley ...
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    mike
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    It looks to me like Pure is setting up to be a player in this market and not a little junior. When you have 816,000
    metric tons of product and also looking at Argentina, something is up. They're getting the infrastructure in place
    to be a player IMHO.
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    svesciglio
    I don't have a big position, but a position nonetheless....
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    F. Alien
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    Very exciting news of the test results that Pure has announced. Collaboration with Tenova Bateman Technologies and the subsequent results have been fantastic. I copied this " In the lithium world, there are two primary natural sources from which lithium is extracted: spodumene and brine." With a much lower cost to harvest this lithium bicarbonate is a great boon for the profitability of Pure & Cypress. It's about location, location, location and both companies look very promising Sage men rule while the rest just drool.
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    F. Alien
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    Great news on Tenova Bateman Technologies pilot plant... (I copied this) "The mini-pilot campaign was successful on all counts and demonstrated efficient recovery of at least 85% of the lithium from the tested brine. The mini pilot trial also produced battery-grade lithium hydroxide monohydrate. The Company sees this milestone as an important proof-of-concept for modern, efficient and environmentally sustainable lithium brine processing techniques without the use of evaporation ponds. The newly developed flowsheet will be a foundation of Pure Energy’s forthcoming Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA)". Best you jump on now while you can because the rocket ship is going to be launched soon!,
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    Ben
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    FAlien, you mentioned a "signed contract" between Tesla and Pure. Where exactly is that to be found? Nothing on Pure website.
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    Equalizer
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    According to my graphs, at the current price of .518, PEMIF is a STRONG BUY & ACCUMULATE. I encourage you to view my posts regarding dozen's of other stocks... PEMIF is in the prime buying zone... Don't Hesitate to Accumulate as much as you can at this price! You'll thank me for this advice later.
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    John
    Pure Energy Minerals Limited
    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/pure-energy-closes-acquisition-clayton-140256133.html
    Pure Energy Closes Acquisition of Clayton Valley Properties and $2 Million Strategic Investment From Lithium X
    Pure Energy Closes Acquisition of Clayton Valley Properties and $2 Million Strategic Investment From Lithium X
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 31, 2017-- Pure Energy Minerals Limited is pleased to announce that it has closed its previously announced transactions with Lithium X Energy Corp, GeoXplor Corp., and ...
    finance.yahoo.com
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    Joshua
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    Tesla Motors says it has started producing lithium-ion battery cells at its $5 billion factory in Nevada.

    The company says it began making high-performance cells in December and production started Wednesday for cells used in Powerwall energy-storage products.

    Tesla plans to start making batteries for its Model 3 sedans later this year.

    The massive Gigafactory outside Sparks is coming online in phases, with a goal of full operation in 2018.

    Officials say it could almost double the world's production of lithium-ion batteries, making them more affordable as the company looks beyond the luxury niche market.

    The electric carmaker says it has more than 850 full-time employees, plus more than 1,700 construction workers.

    Nevada has promised Tesla $1.3 billion in state tax incentives based on projections that it'll employ 6,500 people at full production
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    Randy
    Seems like a very good move for both companies. Surrounding a much larger company could lead to several exciting things happening. I'm also interested in the new method of processing Li, it could also pay big dividends. One if the end product is more concentrated and the other is the possibility of licensing to other miners.
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    F. Alien
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    I'm curious if there is an ETF for lithium like there is for other commodities?
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    mike
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    This little company should really take off if the upcoming PEA is positive, which I think it will be.
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    bellbell63
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    Too bad Pure isn't producing any Li and IMO won't until at least 2020 and 50/50 maybe not ever. This a typical ex/dev very junior miner whose sole output is PR's and stock. Go with a company that is actually producing Li.
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    Joshua
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    Lithium Prices Set To Jump As Tesla Doubles Global Battery Production

    Oilprice.com
    Nick Cunningham
    Oilprice.comJanuary 8, 20178 Comments
    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.
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    DONALD
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    Ground Floor---Going Up