Could Surge Battery Metals Inc (NILIF) meet insatiable demand for EVs and clean power

As the world gradually transitions to Electric Vehicles (EVs), demand for so-called “Green Metals” used in the production of batteries is soaring even faster. Minerals like Copper, Nickel, and Lithium are integral to the process of battery construction, so demand is skyrocketing as more major automakers such as (NASDAQ:TSLA), XPeng (NYSE:XPEV), Fisker (NYSE:FSR), Ford Motor […]

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 […]

One Stock Positioned to Win as EV Battery Recycling Becomes the Next Big Thing (RIVN,KULR)

The electric vehicle narrative is about using new technology to strike at the heart of one of the most profound drivers of global climate change: gas-powered automobiles. If that story doesn’t hold up – ie, if it turns out that massive investment and adoption of electric vehicles does not really help the environment all that […]

The EV Stock Space is Reshuffling New Leaders Emerge (TSLA, NIO, KULR, LCID, FSR, RIDE, SOLO)

This is a big week for investors, with the FOMC Taper announcement, over 200 earnings announcements, an OPEC meeting, and the monthly employment report to round it out on Friday.  However, among all of these stories, the most important for investors may well be “COP26” – the United Nations Climate Change ‘Conference of the Parties’ […]

Are EV Battery Stocks Primed to Explode on Growth Rotation (FCEL, BYDDY, KULR, PLUG)?

One of the most important inputs in the jigsaw puzzle of top-down financial analysis so far this year has been interest rates at the long end of the US yield curve. As rates go higher (generally on inflation expectations), money tends to rotate out of so-called “Growth Stocks” into so-called “Value Stocks”. And vice versa. […]