Home U.S. Lithium, Corp. (OTCMKTS:LITH) is a Potential Monster on the OTC Right Now

U.S. Lithium, Corp. (OTCMKTS:LITH) is a Potential Monster on the OTC Right Now

New Trade Alert:  U.S. Lithium, Corp. (OTCMKTS:LITH)

Ask any trader, especially those familiar with the hottest plays on the OTC in recent months, and you find all are in agreement: the best action is in Cannabis and Lithium.

The OTC is all about “themes”. Themes are more important than sectors by a long shot. Macro inputs are about technology drivers or legislative changes.

That’s just how the game works. And right now, because of changes in laws in a number of states as well as in Canada, and because of the huge demand for lithium-ion batteries, Cannabis and Lithium are probably the two hottest themes in the market.

That’s part of why today’s pick is so special: LITH is a player in both of those spaces. But there’s more to the story than just the thematic interplay.

Symbol:  LITH

U.S. Lithium, Corp. (OTCMKTS: LITH) focuses on the operation of a technology platform for businesses and consumers in the local marijuana industry. It operates iWeedz.com, a technology platform to connect consumers with cannabis vendors and promote local marijuana commerce.

But it’s also an exploration and development company focused in North America on lithium and related resources for the rapidly growing energy storage industry. The company looks to capitalize on opportunities within the lithium sector including providing lithium to the ever expanding next generation battery market.

Lithium demand is projected to triple by the year 2025 according to a recent report by Goldman Sachs, and for many analysts is considered the new gasoline of the future.As the demand for lithium expands, U.S. Lithium Corp intends to be an integral part of this next booming industry.

The company’s current focus is in the Basin and Range province of Nevada where the only producing lithium brine mine in North America, Albemarle’s Silver Peak Project, is located.

As if that weren’t enough, the company just announced that it is revitalizing its iWeedz platform.


The iWeedz.com search engine is:

  • a cannabis information resource that connects consumers with vendors or likeminded individuals. iWeedz streamlines the process of finding the right strains and products for your ailments comfortably, fast and simple.
  • Whether you’re new to cannabis, a medical marijuana patient, or simply a recreational consumer, iWeedz is the perfect destination.
  • com for vendors will be a cloud based solution to manage inventory, post daily deals, attract new customer with proximity marketing via mobile phones, engage with customers via email and text messaging and offer payment processing

CEO Greg Rotelli commented “We spent several years developing the iWeedz platform. We are exploring ways of streamlining the marijuana industry for both consumers and vendors by providing cutting edge scalable solutions that remain easy to use. In researching various opportunities, it was important for us to look at opportunities that were scalable and trendy. With the Green Rush trend, we felt that we could not ignore the interest by the investment community; we felt iWeedz was the right move as it is scalable and can solve a lot of problems consumers and vendors in marijuana commerce are experiencing. As a Company, we feel there is tremendous opportunity for our investors with this diversified approach especially with various upcoming state legislations looking to legalize marijuana.”

So, in short, YES, this really is a combination Cannabis and Lithium play, and probably the only one of its kind.

We know cannabis is being driven by rapid legalization, creating an expanding footprint for legal sales. Cowen & Co. put that market at something like $22 billion by 2020. Other estimates have it higher. Either way, it’s at least a tripling in the next 3-4 years. If you do the math, you have a CAGR at a minimum of 50%, and likely much higher. If the Canadian full recreational bill goes through in 2017 – which is expected – that number moves even higher.

As for Lithium, Tesla’s new battery gigafactory will need 15,000 tons of lithium carbonate a year just to get started. Grid storage and the powerwall will be additive from there. The powerwall sector alone could quadruple to $6 billion just by 2020.

Overall, lithium demand is expected to more than double from 2012 to 2017, and triple by 2025.

The LITH chart shows a recent breakout, a major jump in average transaction volume, and a MACD now in full “Bull” mode. We see no real resistance for at least another 100% above if this is now moving in earnest.


About LITH

LITH (U.S. Lithium, Corp.) a company that U.S. Lithium, Corp. focuses on the operation of a technology platform for businesses and consumers in the local marijuana industry.

LITH operates iWeedz.com, a technology platform to connect consumers with cannabis vendors and promote local marijuana commerce.

LITH was formerly known as Rostock Ventures Corp. and changed its name to U.S. Lithium, Corp. in June 2016.

LITH was founded in 2006 and is based in Henderson, Nevada.

What You Need To Know:

  • LITH is an unlikely but potent pairing of real operational exposure to both Cannabis and Lithium: the two highest growth themes in the OTC market at present.
  • LITH is showing a clear surge in interest, with volume over the last couple weeks tracking 362% above its recent average levels.
  • LITH is coming off an RSI trough under 35, pointing to a massively oversold stock now heading back the other way.
  • LITH just recorded a MACD Bullish reversal, suggesting a technical change in trend to Bullish mode.



There’s no reason to store up new regrets right in front of the holidays. Make sure you give this one a real look tomorrow morning before the open.

With exposure to two different market segments/themes with realistic and well-documented CAGRs up near triple digits, LITH has all the makings to go viral and put up some jaw-dropping action on the chart.

See you at the open !


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