A Handful Of Metals May Determine The Electric Vehicle Industry's Future (Here's An Exploration Company To Know)
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As the world begins to shift away from carbon-based energy and toward renewable energy, new opportunities are emerging alongside advancements in battery technology.
The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is a key part of this energy transition, and many market watchers are interested in the battery metals that are making it possible.
With EV sales expected to surge, global battery demand could increase over fivefold between 2020 and 2025, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence data.
EVs require roughly six times more minerals than cars with internal combustion engines.
That means EV-makers will eat up an increasing share of the world's lithium, copper, nickel and other metals needed to make batteries.
For these reasons and more, I've been tracking exploration companies far and wide.
After uncovering one hidden gem that is currently flying beneath Wall Street's radar, I'm suggesting you take your time to clear your schedule for my full report.
It arrives today at 4:00PM EST with full company name/details and symbols. Be on the lookout.
With at least half a dozen battery metal exploration targets across multiple, favorable jurisdictions, this company could be on the cusp of a major discovery that transforms exploration forefront for years to come.
Interest piqued yet? No. Let me get you there. Take a look at the 5-year chart for both copper and nickel, and the 3-year chart for lithium, three of this company's bigger targets: