Lithium Americas: Don’t Get Lost On Distorted Reports


  • Lithium Americas faces risks from volatile lithium prices and dilutive financing, but these risks are overblown by a recent short report.
  • LAC’s Thacker Pass project has already produced lithium carbonate samples and utilizes proven technology and equipment.
  • The U.S. government’s aggressive plan to support the domestic supply chain includes a focus on lithium production, which bodes well for Lithium Americas’ DoE loan.
  • The stock is cheap based on even conservative feasibility studies for the Thacker Pass.

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Lithium Americas Corp. (NYSE:LAC) slumped to a new low on a new short report. The lithium miner faces normal risks from volatile lithium prices and dilutive financing in the future, but the risks are overblown by the report. My

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