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Member Trade Alert: $ALB Momentum-Steady as the World's Largest Lithium Supplier

BotTrigger Trade Alert: $ALB bought @ $113.88 a 5% allocation. We have continued accumulation uptick occurring steadily week after week on this name, and with each consecutive price breakout to new highs, we see that breakout occur in the accumulator readings as well. ALB is clearly in a very strong uptrend that is trickling steady to the upside. We've been waiting for a market correction to scoop this up lower but it's pullbacks have been to shallow relative to market under performance. This trend has plenty of merit to run for a while and can easily be above $140 by end of year. ALB has come out of a 5 year long consolidation lull from 2011 to 2016. That breakout from the consolidation box is shift in sentiment. Why? Because this is the worlds most dominant source for lithium. As the world starts to shift gears and feed the creation of a new infrastructure, most notably with hybrid & electric cars for example, it's procuring massive amounts of lithium to feed the beast. Albemarle is a global specialty company chemical company that has a very focused segment of it's production into lithium. ALB is the biggest of the top 3 lithium plays out there. The company owns lithium brine operations in Chile and the United States, and also has a stake in a mine in Australia. So the trend is very much commensurate to global demand. So we're getting long to ride this trend until we see signs of a stall. As always, we'll update Members when that time comes. For now, this is trend worth having a stake in.

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