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Frontier Lithium (FL) - Capable Of Producing Hydroxide For EV Battery

Feb. 03, 2021 8:12 AM ETFrontier Lithium Inc. (LITOF)
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  • TSX-V: FL.
  • Shares Outstanding: 172.18M.
  • Share price: C$0.32 (3.11.20).
  • Market Cap: C$54M.

Lithium is a metal that is critical to sustainability through its essential use in electric vehicles, smartphones, aerospace and glass or ceramic products. Frontier Lithium is a Canadian-made company with high-grade, low impurity hard rock lithium deposit.

Frontier Lithium is actively exploring its 100% owned project which contains the Pakeagama Lake pegmatite and 7.4Mt of what they say is the highest grade lithium deposit in North America. It is an early stage spodumene development project in the Great Lakes region, Ontario.

They have been through a two-phase development where they believed that they would be focused on niche glass sector for 'gorilla glass', used in the manufacture of iPhone for example. The 2nd phase was the discovery of the larger deposit which they believe will allow them to make a lithium hydroxide.

They suffer from an under promotion of the story and have low liquidity. But the recent addition of Steve Letwin (ex CEO of IAMGOLD) could bring some colour to the table and wider reach in the capital markets. Some investors like to compare Frontier Lithium to Piedmont, so let's see if they can pick up the pace and deliver on that.

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