Lithium Is Cool But KULR Technology Could Be Cooler (A Discussion With CEO)

Jan. 24, 2023 1:29 PM ETKULR Technology Group, Inc. (KULR)4 Comments

Summary

  • KULR CEO Michael Mo says the company had spent the past few years investing in its employees and infrastructure to create long-term shareholder value.
  • A bearish trend since November 2021, but KULR underperformed the leading stock market indices in 2022. But note that KULR is a volatile small-cap stock.
  • Lithium fundamentals support higher prices in 2023, given tight supplies and increasing battery demand.
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My first exposure to lithium, the soft silvery-white metal that heads group 1 of the alkali metals group, was in my high school chemistry class lab. The teacher placed a chunk of Na-sodium in water, creating a violent and explosive chemical reaction because of

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