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The 1 EV Stock You Need to Own

California has just issued an electric vehicle mandate – and 17 other states are planning to follow its lead. Here's the one stock you need to own in order to profit from this EV boom.

September 15, 2022 / By Enrique Abeyta

I’m sure you’ve already heard about this...

California recently passed legislation to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035.

It’s the first regulation in the country intended to ramp up sales of electric vehicles (EVs).

But while it’s the first of its kind, it certainly won’t be the last...

No less than 17 states are preparing to follow suit, with Washington, Massachusetts, New York, Oregon, and Vermont likely to pass similar laws.

While mandates won’t be enforced for years, the effects are already taking shape...

According to Bloomberg, the US just crossed "the electric-car tipping point for mass adoption."

But this is just the beginning.

The EV market is set to grow by an average of 133% every year - and create the next wave of millionaires in America.

Mainstream media will tell you that Tesla, Rivian, or some “breakthrough” battery maker will dominate this market.

But I predict one unexpected automaker will outsell all of them.

My team and I have compiled a presentation where I explain why this $13 stock is the ONE EV stock that everyone should own.

In this free analysis, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about this company, and I’ll even give you my best tips for how to play the ultra-lucrative EV market.

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