Though a limited holder of one stock and I've written on it a few times. I don't think many knowledgeable readers here would consider that the headline is controversial , ramping, or deramping. Things haven't much changed since a slight commodity uptick since the summer, very simple chart at the end.
My question is simple. Are there any lithium production or exploration companies trading in the UK (not abroad) where the price remains OK or good and the majority of LSE posters are happy with progress and management please? Ability to do so in the current environment would be praiseworthy indeed. Since this will hopefully attract strong supporters please back up your assertions with facts or RNS and include one smaller downside that you'd rather was kept low key! Occasionally the best opportunities come at the peak of pessimism. Thanks in advance from the clifftop. https://tradingeconomics.com/commodity/lithium