Palisade Research - Thu, Oct 20, 2016

The Cobalt Supply Crunch Is Coming

picture of batteries

Cobalt is already in a deficit. Looking at the state of current cobalt production, there is not enough supply to satiate the coming green revolution. There are no large scales copper or nickel projects with cobalt by-products poised to break ground in the near future, it will be up to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to shoulder the burden of the supply load moving forward. There is nowhere for cobalt to go but up.

2010 to 2025 line chart showing projected cobalt supply and demand

Palisade Research will be releasing a 20-page primer on cobalt next week, which will include 2 of the best companies in the cobalt sector. publishes interesting contributor articles in addition to its own content. We have not verified any of the above details.

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