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EV Stocks are Among the Hottest in the Market, But Most are Missing the Really Big and Most Profitable Story—What’s Coming Next

By Michael Palmer, Empire Financial Research  April 4, 2022

In recent weeks, new electric vehicle (EV) companies like Lucid and Rivian have soared in value.

Lucid is up as much as 170% in the past 6 months. Rivian recently say gains of 53% in just a three week span.

Over the longer term, of course, the numbers are even more staggering: Tesla is up a whopping 1,600% over the past two years.

But here’s the thing…

Whitney Tilson, a former hedge fund manager who’s twice appeared on CBS’s 60 Minutes to break some of the biggest financial stories of the day, says…

“Most Americans, including most investors, are completely missing out on the really big story in the EV sector—which has to do with what is coming next. That’s where the biggest profits and society-changing developments will ultimately be.”

And this is why Tilson and his research team have recently put together a full analysis, which explains everything you need to know.

Even better, this analysis reveals Tilson’s #1 favorite stock pick to take advantage of this trend.

There’s no e-mail address, credit card, or subscription required to access Tilson’s analysis or to see his #1 stock pick.

To see his full analysis and get his team’s #1 stock pick to take advantage of this powerful trend, simply click here.

This link will take you to a page on Tilson’s Empire Financial Research website, where you can access everything described here, free of charge. Click here to continue.

 

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