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  • THE METALS COMPANY GOES UNDERWATER TO MEET INCREASING DEMANDS CAUSED BY THE TRANSITION TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES
    Business
    Benzinga

    THE METALS COMPANY GOES UNDERWATER TO MEET INCREASING DEMANDS CAUSED BY THE TRANSITION TO ELECTRIC VEHICLES

    Is the future of mining going underwater? The Metals Company, a developer of lower-impact battery metals from available seafloor polymetallic nodules no more prominent than 2 to 10cm, is betting on it. Referring to the target of underwater mining exploration to find what The Metals Company refers to as a "battery in a rock," the goal is determining the best path toward clean energy production. Polymetallic nodules found on the seafloor contain large amounts of base metals needed to make batterie

  • Business
    U.S.News & World Report

    8 Short Squeeze Stocks That Could Take Off

    These stocks are primed for a short squeeze.In recent months, groups of social media stock traders have orchestrated targeted buying campaigns in some of the market's most heavily shorted stocks in an attempt to trigger short squeezes.

  • 2 Dividend Stocks Under $10 With 9% Dividend Yield
    Business
    TipRanks

    2 Dividend Stocks Under $10 With 9% Dividend Yield

    Sometimes, finding the right stock can be a chore, and sometimes, a pleasure. But whether it’s a breeze or a slog, some things remain constant. The right stock will always bring a benefit to your portfolio – and high-yield dividend stocks, when carefully chosen, will do just that. Wall Street analysts have been doing the research for you, picking out stocks that are meeting those requirements. And the results are interesting – the analysts have tagged two stocks under $10 with strong dividends,

  • Don’t be fooled — inflation is a big risk for stock market investors. Here’s how to prepare
    Business
    MarketWatch

    Don’t be fooled — inflation is a big risk for stock market investors. Here’s how to prepare

    Michael Brush advises on how you can avoid making mistakes as bond yields rise and the central bank reduces its stimulus.