The $193 Billion US-China War You Don't Know About
They're fighting for control of lithium – a key ingredient in EVs and clean energy technology. It's arguably the most important commodity of the 21st century. China owns 80% of global supply. But the US plans to grab a massive slice of the lithium market, which is forecasted to quadruple to $193 billion by 2028, according to Fortune Business Insights.
The US-China "Lithium War" Is Creating Opportunity

IOU Insider Trading (IOUpay)

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The US/China Lithium War and How it Affects Your Wealth
The U.S. is in a desperate race for lithium with China. Lithium is the key technology to transform America to clean energy. Demand for electric vehicles is driving the booming need for lithium and igniting a new energy war. China controls 80% of the global lithium supply. But new discoveries in Nevada could tip the balance to the U.S.
Lithium Wars are creating new opportunities

IOUpay Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
2/8/2022Paul RussellInsiderIssued300,000A$0.20A$60,000.00
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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for IOUpay (ASX:IOU)

IOUpay Limited provides fintech and digital commerce software solutions and services that enable its institutional customers to securely authenticate end-user customers and process banking, purchase, and payment transactions in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and internationally. The company offers mobile banking platform, which provides ready-to-use application services and digital banking basic architecture to facilitate the development of financial services applications; mobile wallet solution; secure transaction messaging; and mobile backend as a service, a platform that designed for building and enhancing multiplatform enterprise-grade apps. It also provides IOUpay platform, which enables to process bill payments; prepaid or postpaid payment processing; prepaid airtime, data, electricity, water, vehicle and health insurance, parking, student fees, household rates and taxes; transfers and remittances; consumer loan payments; and buy now pay later instalments, as well as mobile OTT (over-the-top) services. It serves banks, insurers, telecommunication companies, and other large corporates. The company was formerly known as iSentric Limited and changed its name to IOUpay Limited in October 2020. IOUpay Limited was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Sydney, Australia.
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Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of IOUpay?

IOUpay's top insider shareholders include:
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Lithium Triangle a "Treasure Trove" for the Popular Energy Metal
Lithium is the most precious commodity of the green revolution, and experts predict an exploding demand for the energy metal. Surrounded by multi-billion dollar assets, one little-known small-cap company in a renowned location in South America may become a strong link in the lithium supply chain due to a monster acquisition.
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