Plateau Energy Metals - Patchy Patchwork, Uranium & Lithium is in for 2020?
Matthew Gordon, Ptolemy Capital
Plateau Energy Metals is a Canadian based company with assets in South East Peru: the Falchani lithium project and the Macusani uranium project. Holmes touches on the qualities of Plateau Energy Metals' management team, but with uranium and lithium markets performing as poorly as they are, the company's share price performance is far from surprising.
Plateau Energy Metals started the year with a share price of CAD$0.72, but has travelled along an almost constant, worrying slope to the current price of CAD$0.18. This is even more concerning when you consider the company was at CAD$1.50 less than 18-months ago. The company is at its lowest share price since it was founded in 2006. What hope is there of recovery?
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