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Three Ways to Play the Great EV Battery Race

The red-hot EV battery market is facing a major supply
crisis...leaving governments and manufacturers in a mad
scramble to solve it. Here are three ways to play the frenzy
to your advantage…

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  • Profit opportunities in the cornerstone of the EV battery market. A massive supply crunch in this sector has caused some established stocks to rally as high as 1,300%. Adding these to your portfolio can deliver potential long-term gains as the EV battery race intensifies.
  • How Australia is breaking China’s ‘near-monopoly’. Our government has set aside $2 billion to help Aussie firms build up domestic supply of critical resources outside of China. If successful, they can help meet global demand — and reward early investors in this one key mineral...
  • An overlooked EV player in danger of disruption. Global shortages and the Russia-Ukraine conflict is threatening this battery sector. By 2024, it could fail to meet demand of a critical resource. But it’s also an opportunity for established stocks in the space to rally.

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Dear Reader,

The EV market is ramping up.

In 2021, electric car sales reached 6.6 million — more than double the previous year.

They’re expected to hit 26.8 million units by 2030.

Governments are also starting to take the EV transition seriously.

The EU, for example, is aiming to eliminate petrol, diesel, and hybrid car sales by 2035. And the US plans to make 50% of all new car sales electric by 2030.

Car manufacturer Volvo’s view — that ‘there is no long-term future for cars with an internal combustion engine’ — is getting truer by the day.

As a result, almost every carmaker in the world is making the shift towards electric vehicles.

Some, like Ford, even have ambitions to unseat Tesla as the biggest EV maker in the world. And they’re on track to deliver 600,000 vehicles by the end of 2023.

It’s no surprise that money is flowing into EVs and the energy transition — 2021 alone saw a 27% increase in investments from the previous year.

But a looming crisis threatens
to stop this momentum

See, EVs require tons of raw materials to manufacture their most critical component — the battery.

And right now, those materials are facing a supply crunch.

One insider says there’s a ‘tsunami of demand coming...I don’t think the battery industry is ready for it’.  

Carmakers are starting to sense that maybe the battery makers aren’t going to be able to deliver’, another expert adds.

One part of the problem is that China has a near-monopoly on the battery supply chain — a necessary move to feed its massive EV market.

The other issue is that the West currently doesn’t have a reliable supply chain in place. And they’re scrambling to build it.

As a result, EV automakers and battery producers are in a fierce competition to secure as much supply as they can.

While the circumstances are worrying…

Expert energy analyst Selva Freigedo believes it’s a potential windfall opportunity for astute investors.

She explains all the details in her FREE report, ‘Three Ways to Play the Great EV Battery Race’.

Inside, you’ll discover three metals at the forefront of the EV battery frenzy.

And how the global shortage could cause their prices to skyrocket.

For example, one of them surged 900% in the last 18 months at the time of writing.

When prices soar, investors who have exposure in these metals could also realise gains.

You can learn how to get that exposure in the FREE report ‘Three Ways to Play the Great EV Battery Race’.

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The EV boom is going to ramp up even faster in the coming years — but so will the supply crunch.

Analysts predict that battery prices will surge 22% by 2026 — driven mostly by raw material shortages.

With the right EV battery plays, you can stand to profit from this upward momentum.

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