Westwater Resources’ Stock Might Jump Amid ULTRA-PMG Test Shows Outstanding Resistivity Values

Yesterday, Westwater Resources’ stock (NASDAQ: WWR) had a negative change of 10.31% from $2.23 to $2.00 destroyed investor’s hope in the near future increase. Today the market might close with positive change as its graphite based product may be involved in creation of long-lasting batteries of any scale. That would replace lithium mining as it gets hard to get from the naturally rich sites.

Throughout several years the company has zero revenue but properties consisting of uranium (a scarce resource), lithium, graphite, and vanadium could back up covering the expenses. Westwater Resources is putting huge efforts to keep the earth green. Buying its shares may save the polluted environment from carbon dioxide.

Asan Abdiev

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