Getting exposure to Nickel

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  1. Mud Gecko

    Mud Gecko Active Member Silver Stacker

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    Howdy fellow stackers, I was just reading an artical about expected increase in nickel demand due to increased battery production. If one was interested, what would be the best way to get exposure? I havn't seen physical for sale so maybe stocks in the big miners or take a few risks wth smaller miners/explorers? Any other thoughts you'd like to share with the group? :D

    Cheers, Gecko

    ps- apologies if this isn't the right section.

    edit- I have the spelling capabilities of 4 year old....
     
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    I don’t know much about them but they might be worth looking into - you have also spelt it wrong (I had to check myself haha)
     
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    Thanks mate, good place to start. Cheers for the spelling correction too. :D
     
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    You don't want too get to exposed to Nickel, it's highly toxic :)

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    I've been saving all my nickels for years now. With melt value close to face I figured it wouldnt hurt and I can always use them if I need. Not that I want to count a bunch of nickels.
     
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    Me too. They are 75% copper and 25% nickel. I figure that if nothing else I can annoy some bank clerk after I retire.
     
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