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In 2011 Peter Epstein, CFA, left a $3 billion hedge fund where he was a senior natural resources analyst to help increase awareness of a number of natural resource companies in which he's invested in. 


Dajin Resources Corp. Fall, 2015, Fact Sheet

Date: Monday, October 19, 2015 1:50 PM EDT

Dajin Resources Corp. (TSX-V: DJI) (OTC: DJIFF) (Frankfurt: A1XF20)compiled this ​fact sheet for investors looking into lithium market developments in central western Nevada. There’s a growing list of grass roots projects, both public and private, entering Nevada’s, “Lithium Hub.” Demand forecasts for lithium are increasing each month as are end uses in hundreds of applications, and thousands before long. Once a paradigm technology shift is made, it’s very difficult to unseat the incumbent. Dajin Resources is preparing to deliver lithium, a key ingredient in lithium-ion batteries.

Dajin and a number of emerging Nevada lithium companies are years from production, but also years ahead of grass roots companies. ​Dajin has nearly 7,000 acres split into two properties, Teels Marsh and Alkali Lake. Contained within the fact sheet one can find considerably more information on those properties as well as the overall Company, excellent Dajin sponsored infographics and a top notch lithium primer. Most important is the strong management, Board and Technical Advisory Board, for a company with a market cap well under C$ 20 million.

To read the fact sheet click here.

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