Emerging Opportunities in the Energy Storage Space (ALB, IGEX, TSLA, FCEL, PLUG, XPEV, BYDDY, LIT)

According to a recent market analysis report from Technavio, the EV battery market could reach $38 billion, with growth from 2021 to 2026 running at an accelerating CAGR of 14.87%. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to engaged market participants given the backdrop of rising fossil fuel prices and an increasingly aggressive energy transition movement […]

Three Institutional Investors Making Big New Bets on KULR (LCID, RIVN, ALB, TSLA, PLL, SQM, BYDDY, QS)

KULR Technology Group Inc. (NYSE American:KULR) has seemed like a good candidate for “the next big thing” in the electric vehicle and energy storage space for most of the past year, but the stock still hasn’t yet really broken through as a splashy retail investor favorite in the space. Instead, the company keeps making strong […]

EV Battery Boom Stocks Could Define 2022 (QS, RMO, XPEV, TSLA, ALB, PLUG, FCEL, BYDDY)

The energy storage boom stands to be one of the defining explosive trends of the next decade. And it is clearly still in its early innings. The scale of the change ahead is difficult to even comprehend – we had less than a gigawatt of large battery installations in 2020. According to S&P Global Market […]

LI Results Show EV Stocks are Undervalued (ALB, KULR, RIVN, TSLA, NIO, LCID, QS, FSR)

Chinese EV producer, Li Auto Inc (NASDAQ:LI), electrified the EV space on Tuesday after posting impressive growth that blew away analyst expectations. It was a report that impacts the narrative for the EV and lithium-ion battery stocks in important ways. Most central to this plot twist is the fact that the company beat expectations and […]

The Pullback Shopping List: EV Stocks for the Win (LIT, TSLA, ALB, FCEL, XPEV, KULR, NKLA)

According to a recent report from power-technology.com, the EV space has surged, with growth in all three top auto markets: China, the US, and Europe. Sales in the space jumped 160% to 2.6 million units in the first half of 2021 compared to year-ago data, representing 26% of new sales in the global automotive market. […]

EV Battery Market to Grow by $38 Billion Over Next 4 Years…Key Players Include ALB, KULR, RMO, QS, SQM, TSLA

Within the EV space, the companies that position themselves as integral to the supply chain for producing and catering to electric vehicles represent a powerful secular growth theme. One of the most important subgroups in that equation is companies involved in producing and improving batteries. According to recent research from Technavio, “The advances in EV […]

KULR Tech (KULR) Grabs Mojo with Another Big DoT Deal in EV Battery Race

Oddly enough, it will likely turn out that batteries are the next big thing. It shouldn’t be so surprising given that the big idea here is really about the storability and transportability of energy to power the world. The global market for lithium-ion batteries was valued at $108.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to […]

Capitalizing on the Long-Term EV Investment Opportunity (KULR, TSLA, TM, ALB, BLNK, PLUG, NIO)

The broad opportunity in the electric vehicle space represents one of the few investment themes almost guaranteed to drive enormous investment returns over the next two decades. For younger investors able to ride out cyclical volatility in high-beta investments, exposure to this space is a must. But the devil is in the details.  In other […]

KULR Ripe for Interest from Thematic ETF Managers Following Uplist? (LIT, TSLA, ALB, PLUG, FCEL)

In case you hadn’t noticed, the EV battery tech ETFs have been on fire lately. Take a look at the Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF (NYSEARCA:LIT) chart – it has gone parabolic over recent weeks. This is also evident in the Amplify Lithium & Battery Technology ETF (NYSEARCA:BATT). In the age of thematic […]

The Opportunity Ahead in EV Battery Stocks (ALB, BYDDY, KULR, QS)

The Electric Vehicle theme has been at the heart of the bull market we have seen in stocks over the past 10 months, and for good reason. Tesla’s remarkable success in scaling production with margins and credits to produce a formula for seeming long-term success has helped to massively raise the profile of the industry. […]