October 11, 2012 4 Comments

Nickel: Where Form Meets Function

Nickel: Where Form Meets Function

While best known for its use in the five cent coin, nickel has far more strategic uses. Nickel can be alloyed with other metals to create truly extraordinary materials.  In fact, more than half of all nickel consumed is used in stainless steel.

China’s stainless steel consumption has increased 1625% in the last 10 years, and is now 40% of global totals. Chinese stainless steel is now the largest demand driver for nickel worldwide, and there’s still a lot more room for growth in the industry.

Nickel’s diversified supply is expected to keep prices stable, so the savvy investor will look for low cost nickel projects in safe jurisdictions.

4 Responses to “Nickel: Where Form Meets Function”

  1. Jose M Ramirez says:

    Very good information, Congratulations

  2. CoinWhy says:

    Another great info graphic. to be featured in a future update to http://www.coinwhy.com

  3. Sorry,much of the printing on : “nickel: where form meets function”, is not bright enough to read. Maybe I do not understand my equipment well enough to fix this problem. Other sections of this site are clear and easy to read.
    Thank You, lom

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