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The Battle Over Lithium Isn’t a Fair Fight with China Dominating the Supply Chain From End-to-End.

The Biden administration’s green energy fantasies could burst quickly if the Cold War with China heats up.

But you could reap stunning profits despite the falling market and the recession by investing in this under-the radar lithium company today.


Shrewd investors are in a position to profit from the Biden administration’s energy folly. That’s the message that’s coming through loud and clear from the government’s push for large-scale green energy mandates. This is true even in the face of a bear market and all the signals we’re seeing of recession.

That’s because recently passed Inflation Reduction Act earmarks $369 billion toward green energy subsidies, with much of the money directed at encouraging the purchase of EVs. But the bill does hardly anything to address the major issue with EVs, namely where will all the lithium come from to underpin this wholesale switch to electric vehicles?


;The obvious and unsettling answer to that question is China, which controls the lithium supply chain from one end to the other.

In a world where the Cold War with China continues to heat up, particularly over Taiwan, that’s a precarious position for the U.S. to be in. And it sets up non-Chinese-owned lithium projects as potentially huge winners should China decide to cut the U.S. off from its supply of lithium batteries.

This positions lithium to be a great potential investment despite the falling market and the recession.

And I’ve found one little-known lithium company called Grounded Lithium (OTC: GRDAF; TSXV:GRD) that is well-positioned for potential explosive gains, especially since it is situated in the West and not under Chinese control.

U.S. flails in battle for civilizational metals

Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Lee Bellinger, editor of Off-Grid Confidential newsletter. My monthly, investment-oriented publication delivers ideas to protect and grow your wealth in any market environment.

I also have a business that has sold thousands of state-of-the-art, solar-powered generators, which use lithium batteries. I’ve experienced first-hand how supply chain issues can impact the lithium market.

I rarely accept paid endorsements, but the need for Western-Controlled lithium mining operation is dire.

That’s why I’m bringing Grounded Lithium (OTC: GRDAF; TSXV:GRD) to your attention now because I believe the U.S., under this administration, has been asleep at the switch with regard to lithium sourcing.

Sure, Biden and his cronies have passed a big climate change bill larded up with green energy subsidies, but they haven’t thought through where the lithium to drive its plans is going to come from.

Essentially, in the battle for civilizational metals, the U.S. is losing to China.

That fact has consequences, one of which is that, should China stop supplying the U.S. with lithium batteries, there’ll be a mad scramble for lithium projects. It’s a scenario that sets Grounded Lithium and its Saskatchewan-based lithium project up for material share price growth, should U.S.-China relations go south.

Here then are my Top 4 reasons why Grounded Lithium (OTC: GRDAF; TSXV:GRD) deserves consideration in your portfolio as a potential standout performer in the midst of a bear market and recession.


4 reasons Why Grounded Lithium
OTC: GRDAF) Deserves Consideration in Your Portfolio

Reason #1: China is dominating in lithium.

 The chart below from Benchmark Mineral Intelligence underscores the power China has in the lithium market.

Not only does China control 23% of the mining required to make lithium batteries, but it controls 80% of the midstream chemical refining, 66% of the midstream cathode and anode business, and 73% of the downstream market for the batteries themselves.

And that 23% figure for mining doesn’t do justice to China’s dominance in that area, as the country has cut deals in all the major lithium mining jurisdictions (e.g., Australia and South America’s Lithium Triangle countries of Chile, Argentina and Bolivia).

Simply put, the Chinese have been running circles around the U.S. and the West when it comes to securing large, mined supplies of lithium.

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