Wall Street Braces for a Multi Trillion Dollar Catalyst (TSLA, KULR, NIO, BYDDY, BLNK, WKHS, QS, BATT)

The 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, also known as COP26, is the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference. And it’s increasingly being seen as a potential game-changer for major asset classes as the research foundation grows pointing to the need for more aggressive action from wealthy nations to curb emissions and transition to a […]

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 […]

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. […]