US Futures Higher, as the Critical Minerals Summit Trending #1 on the InvestorIntel Week-in-Review for August 29 – September 9, 2022

The series is fully booked on Tuesday, and on Thursday we are hosting our monthly event from 9:30-11:00 AM at the National Club in Toronto. If you would like to attend on Thursday, please email or call me immediately as we confirm attendance on first come first serve, RSVP only basis. Additional space available for Wednesday, September 14th for our pre-market Q&A sessions. This week we feature with André Larente from DIAGNOS Inc. (TSX: ADK | OTCQB: DGNOF). To register, click here and/or for more information on the series, click here.

Speaking of attendance, we have only 120 spots at the Critical Minerals Summit on Wednesday, November 9th. For more information, read the latest news release The Critical Minerals Institute to host the Critical Minerals Summit 2022 – “Delivering A Mission Critical Supply Chain” Event in Toronto, Canada.

Now let’s talk market —- starting with an update from Morning Chatter’s Kevin Thomsen: “US Futures are higher as we start the week as investors see a follow through of momentum from last week’s gains. Until the holiday-shortened frame last week, all three major indices had been mired in a three-week losing streak as markets grappled with the reality of yet another big rate hike coming from the Federal Reserve. The central bank’s policy-setting committee is expected to raise its benchmark rate by three-quarters of a point next week, even as inflation has shown signs of cooling off. Investors will get the latest read on inflation Tuesday, when the government reports August’s consumer price index.

The Biden administration is set to unveil next month a new set of restrictions on U.S. semiconductor shipments to China, (Reuters), citing multiple people familiar with the matter. The limits will focus on chips used for artificial intelligence, as well as tools for making semiconductors. Chips Co’s were notified of the coming changes in letters earlier this year, and the companies acknowledged the communication. Reuters also reported that some of its sources for the article said the administration could also unveil additional actions against China, as Biden pushes to make the United States more competitive with its rival.”

My inbox is wall to wall with interest on anything having to do with battery materials, and the associated EV technology. When you review our top 10 Trending section you will see more confirmation of escalating market interest in the critical minerals sector.

Now for some highlights from the Week-in-Review for the week of August 29 – September 9, 2022 —

The Top 10 Trending Columns on for the last 30-days include:

  1. Announcing the Launch of the Critical Minerals Institute for Companies and Experts Focused on Electric Vehicles, Green Energy and Secure Supply Chains
  2. Zentek sets its sights on treating skin conditions as it expands potential uses for its ZenGUARD graphene coating
  3. Molybdenum – securing a domestic supply of the vital but underappreciated mineral
  4. A titan of titanium – with a big HAMR
  5. Jim Payne of dynaCERT talks about creating fuel efficiency and generating carbon credits
  6. Neo Performance and Hastings – Will Wonders Never Cease?
  7. Peter Clausi talks about CBLT receiving the option payment on its Chilton Cobalt property
  8. To M&A or not M&A – that is the question
  9. Is Putin’s war in Ukraine destroying Russia’s economic future?
  10. The Dean’s List – Part 5: Which manganese companies could benefit from Canada’s commitment to critical minerals?

InvestorIntel Interviews to WATCH:

InvestorIntel Columns to REVIEW:

ii8 System News Releases for the Week in Review for August 29 – September 9, 2022:

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