Lithium Futures Could Be a Reality

Lithium Futures Could Be a Reality
Lithium Futures Could Be a Reality
Lithium Futures Could Be a Reality

I mean, you kinda knew this was coming. Look at all your tech devices. How many have lithium battery technology?

And, like all commodities that suddenly become vogue (think kale, quinoa, cadium, etc.) there is a current dearth of opportunities into buying and selling lithium, leading some investors to believe that a lithium futures contract might one day be a reality.

On today’s website, staff writer Ryan Browne explains in 'Speculative frenzy’ over electric cars and battery tech as investors mull lithium futures that:

The future of electric vehicles has led several investors to view lithium as the hot new commodity.

Governments and car manufacturers alike have taken steps to electrify fleets and further phase out the combustion engine. In turn, a number of traders now believe lithium to be a high-return investment as demand soars.

This is no surprise; lithium is a vital component to lithium-ion batteries. These rechargeable batteries are used in devices as common as smartphones and laptops. They have increasingly become popular with electric car manufacturers due to being able to produce more electricity per unit than conventional batteries.

Are you ready to invest in lithium futures products?

Read the source article at


The information contained above may have been prepared by independent third parties contracted by Nadex. In addition to the disclaimer below, the material on this page is for informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any financial instrument on Nadex or elsewhere. Please note, exchange fees may not be included in all examples provided. View the current Nadex fee schedule. Nadex accepts no responsibility for any use that may be made of these comments and for any consequences that result. No representations or warranties are given as to the accuracy or completeness of this information. Consequently any person acting on it does so entirely at their own risk and any trading decisions that you make are solely your responsibility Trading on Nadex involves financial risk and may not be appropriate for all investors. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. Nadex instruments include forex, stock indexes, commodity futures, and economic events.

Nadex binary options and spreads can be volatile and investors risk losing their investment on any given transaction. However, the limited-risk nature of Nadex contracts ensures investors cannot lose more than the cost to enter the transaction. Nadex is subject to U.S. regulatory oversight by the CFTC.