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Joe Lowry (aka Mr. Lithium) Still Living The, “Lithium Life”

Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 7:35 PM EDT

Joe Lowry (aka Mr. Lithium) Still Living the, “Lithium Life”

 by  Peter Epstein, CFA, MBA |  posted in: InterviewsJoe LowryLithium  |  0 

This week I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Joe Lowry, aka “Mr. Lithium.” Our maiden interview in June of last year received a tremendous amount of interest, so we followed it with a very well received Part 2. Now, back by popular demand, we proudly present Part 3, in which the interviewer wonders…. Is this Lithium Love or Lithium Lust? Continue reading to find out. 

As a reminder, I, Peter Epstein, have no prior or existing business relationship with Joe Lowry or any of his business interests. Nor do I have any prior or existing relationship with any company named.

Joe Lowry on Twitter: @globallithium   

Joe, I understand you’ve been traveling the world. Can you share comments on the lithium market to start us off?

Peter, nice speaking with you again. Yes, recently I spent a week in Australia, a week in Japan and a week in China. Please note though, I do this sort of trip several times a year. I have run a U.S. based, independent Screen Shot 2016-03-16 at 8.58.16 AMlithium advisory business for more than three years and have visited Asia more than two dozen times since then. I began traveling to China on a monthly basis in 2000 – the year I moved to Japan. I made trips to such disparate places as Xinjiang, Tibet & Sichuan to meet lithium producers. I moved to China in 2005 and lived there for over five years, making trips to Japan every three weeks. My daughters considered Japan and China home, both graduated from high school in Shanghai.

Oh, and the short story on the market is; 

The lithium shortage is real, the US$20,000+/Mt pricing for carbonate & hydroxide in China is real, and robust growth in lithium demand is real

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