Neometals (ASX: NMT) - Shoot Me Down, But I Won't Fall

Matthew Gordon,
Ptolemy Capital


A conversation about Titanium with Paul Wallwork, General Manager of Project Developer, Neometals (ASX: NMT), who helps us to understand the Titanium market and how it works. So if you are thinking of investing in the a Titanium company, you need to understand supply / demand in that market. We suggest you listen to this explanation of Ti02. We're fans of the Neometals story so far. Its patented battery recycling process looks like an intriguing way for investors to make money, and it appears to have the corporate infrastructure in place to facilitate big deals and give investors returns. The management team's track record of success extends to the Mt. Marion Lithium Project, where they timed their exit to a tee, selling their 13.8% stake for AU$103.8m. The story so far seems indicative of an encouraging idea: Neometals doesn't get involved with projects unless they are going to work.

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