Metals & Minerals Commodities Collapsing, Why Are Lithium Juniors Like Dajin Resources Moving Higher?

“Worse than both the Titanic and Hindenburg Disaster combined…” Exclusive quote from, Peter EpsteinCFA, MBA of EpsteinResearch, for this article, authored by Peter Epstein, CFA, MBA. What is he referring to? The natural resources meltdown. Most commodities are down substantially from 2011 highs. Unsurprisingly, companies in these sectors have been demolished. For instance, the TSX Venture Exchange Index is down 77% from its 2011 high.

Industrial / base metals down the most, please sell chart 

This infographicsponsored by Dajin Resources’ (DJIFF) grabbed my attention, (the way infographics are supposed to!). I’m a fairly prolific writer about lithium companies. I do CEO and lithium expert interviews. I follow industry news. This infographic is very well done, I’ve seen my share of bad ones. Rule of thumb, if data is 2-3 years, pass…This one has a metric tonne of information in it. Each graph, image and chart is on target. I feel as though the designer effectively summarized several of the articles I’ve written. With limited space in an infographic, herein I follow up with more detail on the actual base metals debacle.

Industrial / base metals such as copper, lead, zinc and nickel are down the most from 1/2/14, or ( ~ 650 days or ~ 450 trading days) ago. In the chart below, the performance of select base metals, and a few others is compiled. One can choose the biggest surprises, I think that copper and oil are most shocking. Who doesn’t love infographics? For another detailed, informative and entertaining look at, Canadian Venture Market Bottoms, (From 1981 to 2014)” please visit Dajin Resources’ website, more specifically Dajin’s sponsored infographics page. Once there, scroll down about 12 inches ( ~ 30.5 centimeters ) and click on the infographic on the right. The above mentioned infographic is there and 4 or 5 others.

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Disclosures: Dajin Resources has a small market cap. Small market  more

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