Portfolio of Canadian Lithium Stocks Traded on the OTC
Increased demand for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and consumer electronic products (laptop computers, cameras, cellular phones, PDAs and iPods) that use lithium components should cause lithium miners, processors and battery manufacturers to make money.
The following table includes 23 Canadian-based lithium stocks traded on the OTC.
These stocks are volatile.
|23 Canadian Lithium Stocks|
|American Lithium Corp.||LIACF|
|Critical Elements Lithium||CRECF|
|Cypress Development Corp.||CYDVF|
|E3 Metals Corp.||EEMMF|
|Electric Royalties Ltd.||ELECF|
|Global Battery Metals Ltd.||REZZF|
|International Lithium Corp.||ILHMF|
|Ion Energy Ltd.||IONGF|
|Liberty One Lithium Corp.||LRTTF|
|Lithium Energi Exploration||LXENF|
|Millennial Lithium Corp.||MLNLF|
|Power Metals Corp.||PWRMF|
|Pure Energy Minerals Limited||PEMIF|
|QMC Quantum Minerals||QMCQF|
|Rock Tech Lithium||RCKTF|
|Spey Resources Corp.||SPEYF|
|United Lithium Corp.||ULTHF|
|Price charts from Alpha Vantage as of most recent close.|
Portfolio ValuesTo inspect the performance of the Canadian Lithium Stocks portfolio, see the chart below. Portfolio values are computed using monthly closes for stocks from Alpha Vantage.The 5 stocks included in the portfolio computations are: AMYZF, CYDVF, ILHMF, NTTHF and PWRMF. The current value of the portfolio assumes that $2,000.00 was invested in each stock at its closing monthly price for the first date shown on the portfolio value chart below. All prices are adjusted for splits and dividends. The 18 stocks excluded from the portfolio computations because of insufficient price data are: APHLF, LIACF, CRECF, EEMMF, ELECF, REZZF, IONGF, LRTTF, LXENF, MGXMF, MLNLF, PEMIF, QMCQF, RCKTF, SNNAF, SGML, SPEYF and ULTHF.
The current value of the $10,000 investment is $56,339. The percent return is 463.39%. The annualized return is 41.31%.
Portfolio Value Chart for Last 100 Daily Closes
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