Martin Vydra: Cobalt is Seasonally Weak, but Fundamentally Strong
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Martin has a long engineering background from all over the world since he worked for Sherritt International Corporation. He has seen all aspects from the extraction and development including marketing and selling directly to end users.
He describes why the cobalt market is quite opaque primarily since it is produced as a by-product of nickel and copper mining. As a result, the price is typically not controlled by supply and demand. This lack of transparency means a retail investor can’t quickly determine the market price.