The list of things that are gearing up because of the EV boom is a long and lucrative one. It’s not just about EVs anymore. EVs are simply one delivery mechanism in a massive worldwide energy transition.
Sure, September saw record EV sales up 91% year-on-year, with UBS forecasting that EV market share will reach 40% by 2030, and Tesla planning to rapidly accelerate production with 3 new factories in 3 countries and 20 million EVs coming off the line by 2030, for a 40x increase over this year.
But there are major money-making opportunities in the tie-ins to this sector.
If you want to ride the biggest tailwinds, it’s about battery metals … and stocks like Lithium Americas and Galaxy Resources – both pure plays.
It’s about charging stations … and powerhouse speculative plays like Blink Charging.
It’s even about hydrogen fuel cells … and stocks like Plug Power and Fuel Cell.
It’s about the energy transition and high-tech software fueling this boom.
Chipmakers like Nvidia are setting the foundation of the future…
And the timing has never been more perfect…
Tesla has paved the way…but investors are only beginning to see the bigger picture.
And the opportunity to cash in on the “electrification of all things” is practically limitless.
Especially for an ambitious young company like Facedrive which is rethinking entire industries, from ridesharing and food delivery to the very concept of car ownership as we know it.
Because the industry is still in its infancy, there are countless ways to profit…from battery metals to full-scale tech platforms, early investors will be the biggest winners.
Lithium: The One Thing Standing Between Tesla and Global EV Domination
For pure-play lithium producers who have been waiting a while to reap the rewards from the EV boom … that time has arrived.
That supply crunch we’ve all been anticipating for years is now upon us.
On September 22nd, on Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) battery day, Elon Musk–who also just leapfrogged past Bill Gates in his massive, fast-track accumulation of wealth–revealed his plans to build enough battery capacity to make 30 million EVs by the end of this decade. That’s from 500,000 to 30 million …. That’s a lot of lithium.
It’s been a long, painful road. But the bottom of lithium prices appears to have been reached, and the timing to get in on pure plays seems ideal, with analysts forecasting an increase in lithium demand this decade of over 6x.
That’s coupled with a reduction in supply for various reasons, from bankruptcies that have taken some players out of the game to scale backs and delays in expansion plans when everyone jumped the gun on this earlier.
Hotter-Than-Hot: EV Charging and Hydrogen
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