10 Best-Performing Lithium Stocks for March 2023

Looking for lithium stocks? Check out our list of the top performers.
Alana Benson
By Alana Benson 
Edited by Pamela de la Fuente

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Lithium is a critical material for manufacturing batteries used in laptops, cell phones and electric vehicles, or EVs. With demand for all of these products surging, so is the demand for lithium.

Best lithium stocks

The following stocks are involved in the mining, manufacturing or distribution of lithium. We included stocks that can be traded on American stock exchanges such as the Nasdaq and NYSE.

In order to buy lithium stocks, you’ll need a brokerage account. Check out our roundup of the best online brokers for stock trading.

Lithium stock ETFs

Picking individual lithium stocks can be fairly risky. But investing in a lithium stock-heavy exchange-traded fund, or ETF, can give your portfolio exposure to lithium with less risk. Lithium ETFs include a basket of stocks related to the lithium industry. One of these ETFs is the Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF (LIT). LIT invests in companies that span the lithium production cycle, such as mining, refining and battery production.

If you want complete control over which companies you’re investing in, individual stocks, while riskier, may be more attractive to you.

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Neither the author nor editor held positions in the aforementioned investments at the time of publication.
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