5 Things You Need to Know about Class 1 & 2 and Intermediate Nickel

Matthew Gordon,
Ptolemy Capital

24:19
8 Months ago

Interview with Industry Commentator Mark Selby, CEO of Canada Nickel Company We catch up again with Mark Selby to get his take on investing in the Nickel market. Fans of investing in Electric Vehicle revolution thesis will find this interesting. Some battery metals are on the up and others are not. Why? We discuss the Class 1 and Class 2 nickel debate. We discuss intermediate Nickel, and also the amount of Nickel units required in the market. And investors new to Nickel may find the discussion around how to identify good investment v less good investment fascinating. Do you know the difference between laterite nickel and sulphide nickel and why some investor won't touch laterite nickel? No, then you need to watch this interview.

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