Money for lithium mining is drying up. Perversely, this could mean bigger profits for Livent.
News & Analysis: Livent Corp.
Lithium demand is evaporating -- and that's not good news for Livent.
These stocks struggled on a mixed day on Wall Street.
LTHM earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2019.
Current demand for lithium isn't as strong as the company had hoped.
Lithium stocks have been volatile in recent years, though the electric vehicle revolution means that demand for the metal should be strong for many years.
Interested in lithium stocks? This face-off should help you make investment decisions in this space, whose growth is being driven by the increasing popularity of EVs.
Two down-on-their-luck growth stocks are worth a closer look after a poor start to 2019.
With a rock-solid balance sheet and a much cheaper price, shares could outperform.
Livent's earnings miss was compounded by extremely weak guidance.