We're sure that you already saw the footage of Tesla's Cybertruck unveil from this past Thursday, which the U.S. mainstream media described as disastrous. The only people who actually believe that the windows weren't supposed to shatter are the 12% of Musk's followers who were against his idea to create a media credibility rating site saying the media is awesome! The truth is, Elon Musk has once again proved that he is an entrepreneurial genius and a master of marketing!
The only person close to his level of genius is President Trump! Both are experts at baiting the mainstream media and receiving billions of dollars worth of free media coverage!
NIA's President became a Tesla owner a few weeks ago when he purchased a Tesla Model X (with Ludicrous Mode), which he considers to be the best vehicle he has ever owned, considering that it's an SUV that goes from 0 to 60 in 2.7 seconds.
Early last week, Ford briefly made headlines when it unveiled its first all electric vehicle, a sad desperate attempt to copy the Model X. We say desperate because Ford stole the Model X's design while having the audacity to name an all electric SUV the Mustang Mach-E, thereby destroying the legacy of their legendary musclecar.
While Detroit's Big 3 Automakers GM, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler spent a combined $7.6 BILLION on U.S. advertising in 2018 (equal to approximately $1,000 per vehicle sold), Tesla spent ZERO dollars on advertising yet its U.S. vehicle sales increased by 280% year-over-year! Despite Ford spending many millions last week on a marketing blitz to back the launch of Mustang Mach-E preorders, if you search Google Trends for the word 'preorder' all of the related queries are for Tesla and its Cybertruck with no trace of the Mustang Mach-E!
As Tesla and other EV battery producers prepare to experience continued tremendous growth in 2020, the EV battery industry is becoming increasingly aware of challenges that will undoubtedly receive major media attention headed into next year's Presidential election. Ten days ago, NIA's President came across a must read article on Zerohedge entitled, 'Tesla Crash Victim Can't Find Anyone To Recycle His Wrecked Car'. Click here to read this article.
The article discusses how back on October 4, 2019, a German Tesla owner driving in Austria, lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a guardrail then hit a tree. After being rescued from the burning vehicle, the fire department needed 11,000 litres of water to extinguish the fire (the average firetruck only contains 2,000 litres).
Once the fire was out, the fire department needed to use a special container to transport the remains of the vehicle and its battery from the accident scene while keeping it cool.
Following the wreck, the vehicle owner contacted Tesla's official Austrian disposal partner ÖCAR Autoverwertungs. Unfortunately, the company wanted nothing to do with recycling the remains of the vehicle and its battery, saying they have no authorization to dispose of Teslas. After being rejected over a period of five weeks by every waste disposal company in the region, the vehicle owner finally contacted Roland Pomberger, who is regarded as the recycling pope of Austria. When asked how to deal with the deformed and possibly damaged 600 kg battery of a Tesla, he answered with a disarming, "I do not know." Every morning, the owner passes by the burnt wreckage of his old vehicle, which continues to sit in the same spot. He is constantly reminded of being pulled from his burning car as it charred to the ground.
In recent weeks, NIA's President has linked numerous business colleagues to read the same article. He quickly learned that the problems of the crash victim in Austria are small compared to a much larger issue that all EV battery producers will soon face. In the very near future, Tesla and other EV battery producers will begin to receive back millions of spent lithium ion battery cells. Up until now, EV battery producers have been focused on reducing production costs while increasing battery longevity and charge capacity, with much less focus on improving the recyclability of EV batteries.
NIA's President quickly realized that the recycling of dangerous EV batteries will likely become the #1 hottest investment space on Wall Street in 2020. NIA's President has spent dozens of hours doing research on the entire EV battery recycling space, which hasn't yet established an industry standard, even though it is about to become one of the most talked about issues in America!
After researching every company that is currently developing technology to cost effectively recycle the lithium ion batteries used in Teslas and other EVs, he concluded that one company currently stands out as having the most advanced technology with the best odds of setting the standard in the EV battery recycling space. After consistently making rapid progress throughout 2019 with extremely positive results, the company aims to begin commercializing its breakthrough technology in 2020!
NIA's President was pleasantly surprised to learn that the company is already publicly traded today. After typing in its symbol, he closed his eyes and guessed what the market cap would already be. After opening his eyes, he was absolutely ecstatic to learn that its market cap was only a small fraction of what he imagined it would probably be. We feel absolutely blessed knowing that we haven't yet missed out on this unbelievable opportunity, but we must announce it immediately or we will risk missing out!
Early this week, NIA will be announcing this company as its #1 favorite technology stock for 2020! Look for NIA's announcement to be made as soon as tomorrow! We will be giving this company our highest level of confidence!
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