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An Ocean of Lithium Profits at Your Fingertips

Written by Keith Kohl
Posted October 30, 2018 at 8:00PM

For the last 100 years, no other commodity has seen its demand explode like lithium.

Think of it like tomorrow’s oil.

Demand will be driven by the battery sector, which is fueling the sudden explosion of electric vehicles.

I know you’ve seen the numbers.

GM, which will be the second company to sell more than 200,000 EVs in the U.S., will be selling up to 20 electric models in China in 2023.

By the early 2020s, Toyota will have 10 fully electric cars on its roster.

By 2025, Volkswagen will have 50!

Of course, Ford will have as many as 40 electric models on the market by that time.

The list goes on and on and on... you get the point.

And yet, it’s almost lost on the investment herd that each of these major automakers will be clawing hand over fist for one primary component to the success of its EV lines: lithium!

An Ocean of Lithium Profits at Your Fingertips

Buried beneath U.S. soil is a geological ocean of lithium at our fingertips.

But like any other commodity on the planet, it’s simply a matter of having the right technology to extract it.

Think of the U.S. shale boom.

For nearly a century, geologists have known there was an incredible wealth of tight oil resources, yet they lacked the technology to economically bring that oil to the surface.

So it sat virtually untouched until shale pioneer George Mitchell utilized the combination of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling to unlock the Barnett shale near Fort Worth, Texas.

Now, what if I told you lithium extraction is at a crossroads today?

On the one hand, we have hard rock mining, which as you know can only be used by the largest companies on the planet thanks to the immense capital costs those projects require.

On the other, we have traditional brine extraction, which comes with its own disadvantages.

Not only does it require massive evaporation ponds that can take upwards of 18 months before the first bit of lithium can be extracted, but also the process has only really worked so far in the salt flats of Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina, also known as the “Lithium Triangle.”

If you’re a company looking to extract lithium from the ground, then these are your main options.

Right now, that’s it... unless you happen to be a world-renown expert in lithium extraction and decide that the current status quo just isn’t good enough.

In this case, you simply create a new technology to harvest lithium from brines.

That’s precisely what’s happened, and when my path crossed with this gentleman, he laid it all out to me in razor-sharp detail.

It also quickly became apparent that his proprietary new technology wouldn’t stay quiet for long.

I walked out of the meeting that day in a daze.

I needed to tell someone, anyone.

But here’s one juicy little catch for you...

I’ve put all of my findings on this incredible breakthrough in lithium extraction technology into a single investment report.

And it’s going public in a matter of weeks.

Given the immensity of this technology and the impact it stands to make on the world’s lithium supply, it’s safe to say that an investment opportunity like this comes but once a generation.

Imagine being on board with the early frackers in the U.S. shale boom, like George Mitchell.

But I’ll tell you something else, too.

You’re going to have a leg up over the investment herd on this new technology.

I plan on giving Energy and Capital readers like you a “first-in” opportunity — tomorrow morning!

Consider it a sneak peek into a tiny company that is barely flying under Wall Street’s radar as we speak.

And once this company’s game-changing lithium extraction units are operational, they’ll disrupt the entire global supply chain as we know it today.

That’s the kind of opportunity we’re talking about.

Again, as a valued reader in our investment community, you deserve to have full access to this investment before investors reap this lithium windfall.

You’ll have the first crack at this, so expect my new report to hit your email inbox tomorrow morning.

As always, the next step will be up to you.

Until next time,

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Keith Kohl

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A true insider in the energy markets, Keith is one of few financial reporters to have visited the Alberta oil sands. His research has helped thousands of investors capitalize from the rapidly changing face of energy. Keith connects with hundreds of thousands of readers as the Managing Editor of Energy & Capital as well as Investment Director of Angel Publishing's Energy Investor. For years, Keith has been providing in-depth coverage of the Bakken, the Haynesville Shale, and the Marcellus natural gas formations — all ahead of the mainstream media. For more on Keith, go to his editor's page.

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