Over the past week, the U.S. OTC traded company American Battery Metals (ABML) has gained by 528.57% to a record high closing price yesterday of $1.32 per share where it now has a market cap of US$614.32 million. We want to make it perfectly clear that we have done extensive research on ABML and it has no underlying battery recycling technology whatsoever. American Manganese (TSXV: AMY) is the only real publicly traded EV battery recycling play. AMY has patented EV battery recycling technology that it has been developing for years and it works. AMY has an honest and trustworthy CEO who has always kept his word and follows through with every promise made to shareholders.
Prior to this past Friday when NIA announced Draganfly (CSE: DFLY) at $0.63 per share as its #1 favorite technology stock, the last time that NIA announced a company as its #1 favorite technology stock was on November 25, 2019 when it announced AMY at $0.22 per share as its #1 favorite technology stock for 2020! Unbelievably, along with DFLY gaining by 48.33% on Tuesday on record volume, AMY gained by 83.33% on Tuesday on record volume!
DFLY was Tuesday's #2 largest percentage gainer on the CSE (market cap of CAD$15 million or higher) with DFLY rising by 48.33% to close at $0.89 per share on record volume of 3.211 million shares.
AMY was Tuesday's #2 largest percentage gainer on the TSXV (market cap of CAD$15 million or higher) with AMY rising by 83.33% to close at $0.55 per share on record volume of 5.053 million shares. At one point on Tuesday, AMY was up by 100% to a new all-time high of $0.60 per share for a gain of 172.73% since NIA's initial suggestion on November 25, 2019 at $0.22 per share.
On July 14, 2020, NIA sent out an AMY update at $0.18 per share about how the company was planning to spin-off its mineral properties into a new publicly traded company. AMY's U.S. OTC symbol AMYZF gained by 9.72% that day on strong volume of 708,398 shares or 3.34X above average.
On Sunday, August 9, 2020, NIA sent out an AMY update at $0.22 per share entitled, 'Answer to Elon Musk's Challenge' explaining that AMY's patented RecycLiCo™ technology extracts up to 100% of battery cathode metals from spent EV batteries. Between August 10th and August 13th, NIA sent out five AMY alerts in four days as the stock gained by 22.73% to $0.27 per share. For that full week, AMY's U.S. OTC symbol AMYZF traded volume of 2,018,000 shares, which was its highest weekly volume in over one full year!
NIA sent out its latest AMY update on Monday evening after the stock achieved a major breakout on Monday by gaining 20% to close at a new 3-year high of $0.30 per share.
Past performance is not an indicator of future returns. NIA is not an investment advisor and does not provide investment advice. Always do your own research and make your own investment decisions. This message is not a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or hold securities. NIA has received compensation from DFLY of USD$30,000 cash for a six-month marketing contract. NIA was compensated by AMY USD$30,000 cash for a six-month marketing contract which has since expired. This message is meant for informational and educational purposes only and does not provide investment advice.