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Forget Tesla — Buy This for Real EV Profits

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted July 7, 2021

We’re moving closer to the goal line every day with the Biden administration’s infrastructure bill. 

I’ve told you before that if there’s one thing both sides of the aisle can come together for it’s rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure. 

Two weeks ago, the two sides came together and worked out a framework for the bill that included $579 billion in new spending, giving the bill a whopping $1.2 trillion. 

Yesterday, a 58-member House “Problem Solvers Caucus” officially endorsed the proposed legislation, inching us even closer to the finish line.

Yet this bill goes way beyond what most would consider traditional road and bridge infrastructure — it also includes hundreds of billions of dollars into power, broadband, and water projects, as well as establishing critical electric vehicle infrastructure.

Of course, you and I both know that this is the final hurdle for the EV revolution.

That’s the path we’re on right now. 

Let me show you what I mean.

The signs are all around us.

You just have to take a moment and read them. 

Now, it’s no secret that the largest car companies on the planet are making ambitious plans for turning their fleets electric.

GM fired the latest shot after announcing recently that it now plans on spending $35 billion investing in electric and autonomous vehicles. That should help the company reach its target of a million EV sales per year by 2025.

Anyone that has been following this global EV race should’ve seen GM’s decision coming from a mile away.

After all, it was only two months ago that Ford said it would invest $30 billion in its fleet of electric vehicles by 2025.

Again, don’t be shocked by these moves; this momentum has been building for years.

Mercedes intends to put 10 new EV models on the market by the end of next year. Stellantis (think Fiat, Peugeot, Dodge, and Chrysler) plans on putting out 10 hybrid or electric models by the end of 2021.

By 2025, BMW expects that one-quarter of its sales will be from hybrid and EV models. 

Of course, things will only accelerate from there.

In a decade, companies like Volkswagen plan to halt all sales of ICE engine vehicles in Europe. 

Everyone is going electric, and it’s impossible to dismiss this as a fad. 

The real question I have for you is: Are you positioned for this electric transition?

I know that most investors are still on the fence, waiting for the best time to jump in with both feet. 

Well, now it’s your turn to get rich off of Congress.

Here’s how...

Look, you know as well as I do that there have been several profitable aspects to the EV revolution.

We were among the first to recognize the lithium boom that would occur as the buzz over electric vehicles grew. 

And to be sure, my readers and I scored winner after winner as major EV players like Tesla emerged onto the scene.

For us, it was like shooting fish in a barrel, and the global market for lithium-ion batteries is expected to top more than $130 billion over the next few years.

Personally, I think that’s understating the real growth that will take place.

Yet there are more opportunities out there that are far more lucrative, and President Biden’s infrastructure bill will be a huge catalyst for one in particular. 

Sure, you can overpay right now for your Tesla shares, or you could even pick another horse in the EV race — there is certainly no shortage of thoroughbreds in the auto industry. 

Here’s the catch...

Why choose one, when you can cash in on all of them at once?

You see, the real winners in the global EV race won’t be the companies churning out the vehicles themselves. 

This stock will be taking full advantage of all of them, and its shareholders will be laughing all the way to the bank. 

You have to see the full details on this one for yourself.

Until next time,

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Keith Kohl

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A true insider in the technology and energy markets, Keith’s research has helped everyday investors capitalize from the rapid adoption of new technology trends and energy transitions. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital, as well as the investment director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor and Technology and Opportunity.

For nearly two decades, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the hottest investment trends before they go mainstream — from the shale oil and gas boom in the United States to the red-hot EV revolution currently underway. Keith and his readers have banked hundreds of winning trades on the 5G rollout and on key advancements in robotics and AI technology.

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