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5 years 6 months ago #305 by Gambler
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Sounds logical, I seen iron ore prices and looks like they hit bottom early in the year and have seen a good up move, do you think the bottom is in?

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5 years 6 months ago #304 by RonS
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Yes right on about steel. Depending whose numbers you see demand for graphite is still just over 40% from the steel industry and about 10% for batteries. We have seen the plunge in commodity prices including steel and iron ore with fears of the Global slow down, especially from China.

So we have seen graphite demand sliding from steel but robust from batteries, kind of a tug of war and graphite prices have been flat. At least they have not fallen like most of base metals and commodities

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5 years 6 months ago #303 by Gambler
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Ron, I noticed the move in Lithium too, but nothing with graphite yet, what are you thoughts about that? I am expecting it has to do with steel

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5 years 6 months ago #302 by RonS
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Welcome to all those who are stopping by tonite. I thought I would start this with a chart on Lithium. Many graphite stocks have firmed up and perhaps Lithium is sending a signal about Graphite

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5 years 7 months ago - 5 years 7 months ago #283 by lynnsa10
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March 18th Interview
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5 years 7 months ago #275 by RonS
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Interesting interview with Musk, the Model 3 soon available and it will eventually be made in China
money.cnn.com/video/technology/2016/01/2...ctric-cars.cnnmoney/

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5 years 7 months ago #260 by Gambler
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Ok, I am all in, was not sure I would get filled at .50, right at the 61.8 retracement, but thankyou - chart looks good

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5 years 7 months ago #233 by DearJohn
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Lets hope we see good results here like the graphene tests

Mr. Troy Grant reports

ELCORA ADVANCED MATERIALS RETAINS LEADING AUTHORITY IN LITHIUM ION APPLICATIONS

Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. has retained Coulometrics LLC of Chattanooga, Tenn., to conduct a series of tests of both spheronized and non-spheronized graphite material obtained from multiple sources. The purpose of testing and evaluation of the graphite material is to optimize Elcora's processing of lithium-ion-battery-grade graphite and to qualify the company's finished product for prospective lithium-ion-battery manufacturing companies.

In addition to the product evaluation, Coulometrics will complete purification and CVD (chemical vapour deposition) coating of Elcora's graphite material and use this finished product in the assembly of full-size 18650 lithium-ion batteries. The cells will be evaluated for standard electrochemical properties and full-cycle-life testing. The results from this evaluation will represent an important second step toward the full qualification of Elcora's lithium-ion-battery-grade graphite material for prospective lithium-ion-battery manufacturing companies.

Dr. Edward Buiel, president and chief executive officer of Coulometrics, will be leading the evaluation process. Dr. Buiel has a PhD in physics has spent over 20 years developing carbon-based materials for lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors. Coulometrics is a leading provider of energy storage consulting services and advanced battery component manufacturing. It possesses a unique combination of expertise in graphite processing, materials analysis, slurry development, electrode production and full lithium-ion-battery-cell assembly. Dr. Buiel stated: "Our fully equipped materials synthesis and battery assembly facilities provide rapid process development and third party validation of materials and technologies to optimize energy storage solutions for specific applications. This allows companies like Elcora to efficiently develop best-in-class products engineered specifically for their customer requirements. We look forward to further developing our relationship with the Elcora team."

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5 years 7 months ago #229 by Gambler
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If I was a betting man - dam it, I am. The 61.8% Fibonacci was bang on and I am all in if it ever comes back to low 50s again

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5 years 7 months ago #226 by DearJohn
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Elcora looks strong today, maybe this pull back or correction has ended. I did manage to add a few more shares to my stash!!

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5 years 7 months ago #214 by RonS
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Looks like chart did not go into last message?
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5 years 7 months ago #213 by RonS
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Here is my latest chart on the stock. I think we seen the classic case of buy on rumor sell on news. The stock also seen a straight up move from the break out at $0.35 to the high at $0.75 so a correction and consolidation is normal market action. So where might be a bottom and good buy be?

Going up there was a gap created between $0.45 and $0.50 and often stocks will come back and fill that gap. Not always and sometimes it can just be a one day drop and back up. To help out I added in the Fibonacci retracement levels which I show as 50%, 61.8% and 78.6%.

Fibonacci is basically a mathematical calculation of normal market behavior. Think of it as physiological levels that investors feel are adequate corrections. The up move from $0.35 to $0.75 was a 40 cent move so a 50% retracement was down $0.20 to $0.55. We have currently seen the pull back go to around 50 cents or a 61.8% retracement. This might be as low as we get and this is also confirmed by current low volume (lack of sellers)

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