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Written by Monica Savaglia
Posted February 1, 2022

This morning I woke up with help from my phone’s alarm app. After pressing snooze a couple of times, I knew it was time to unblur my eyes. I like to do this by scrolling through and reading some news headlines or checking the weather. 

With coffee in one hand and my iPad in the other, I was ready to watch/listen to the news as I got ready for work. One of the last things that I do in my morning routine is brush my teeth with my electric toothbrush. 

Now, you’re probably wondering why I’m talking about my boring morning routine. Well, it’s because there’s something that all of these the items I mentioned have in common — they all use lithium as a power source.

Of course, these are just some of the devices that use lithium. Your laptop, clocks, vaping devices, tools, and solar-powered backup energy source all rely on lithium for power. It’s something that you probably don’t think too much about during your daily routine, but maybe you’ll start to today, because lithium could end up impacting your daily life even more. 

EVs Boom Will Ramp up Lithium Demand

If you’re following news about electric vehicles or even considering buying one soon, you’re going to want to know that the demand for lithium will be even more intense in the upcoming decade — and you'll want to know how to bend that demand to your advantage.

The push for electric vehicles has become an incredible force in the past year. And that force is only set to get stronger. Almost every major automaker in the U.S. has been hyper-focused on manufacturing EVs. 

Not only do these automakers want to bring EVs to everyday Americans, but they also want to produce an EV that’s safe and easy on the wallet. Any automaker that’s able to be successful at offering a reliable and cost-efficient EV has the chance to make a lot of money. That’s why automakers are scrambling to be a part of this growing sector.

According to a new Kelley Blue Book report, EV sales hit a new record in the fourth quarter of 2021. EV sales rose 72% from the previous year, to 147,799 vehicles, in the fourth quarter of 2021. And I believe that those sales will grow substantially in the next decade. 

Electric vehicles and the technology that we use today and in the future will depend on lithium as a power source. It’s been a reliable source of power, and there’s no reason that it wouldn't be in our future.

Powering Our Lives Into the Future…

Lithium is going to be a crucial component to serving our future. There’s no way around it. 

The biggest downfall with lithium is that mining it can get very pricey. 

What if there were a way to produce lithium without the expensive mining costs or harm to the environment? That could fulfill two needs: meeting the high demand for lithium and managing the current environmental crisis.

Well, that “what if” has become reality. 

I’m about to tell you something that my colleague Keith Kohl has shared with me. He also recently wrote an article about the investment he shared with me that you can read here.

He was telling me about this revolutionary scientific process that’s producing lithium in a lab — using a combination of safe and nontoxic liquid chemicals.

The process is 100% emission-free and allows the water that’s used to be conserved. I was stunned by the details he was telling me about this process. I was even more stunned to learn that this process is almost unknown to the majority of the public.

The part of the public that knows about it happens to include some of the largest automakers and battery manufacturers on the planet. These automakers and battery manufacturers have already struck up $985 million worth of deals with the company that’s behind this lithium production process.

Automakers and battery manufacturers depend on lithium to stay in business. And we know that the global demand for lithium is about to explode in the future, which puts the company behind the process in a unique position to reap the rewards of this demand surge.

If that wasn’t convincing enough, a report from UBS indicates that as soon as 2025, the demand for lithium will most likely surpass the supply of all known lithium mining projects. That means the U.S. and the rest of the world will need an alternative way to produce lithium so that we can charge the cars and tech devices that we’ve grown to depend on.

However, those fears of not having enough lithium could be squashed with the discovery of this one company’s proprietary technology, which makes it possible to produce lithium without mining, toxic chemicals, emissions, wastewater, or risks of fire or explosion. 

It will also put America in the position to not depend on other countries' lithium supplies — a win-win for the U.S.

The company behind this tech has already built a large factory in North America and has other facilities in construction across the country. 

To me, it’s a no-brainer. This company is making a name for itself and is on the verge of something massive.

Get the full details here.

Until next time,

Monica Savaglia Signature Park Avenue Digest

Monica Savaglia

Monica Savaglia is Wealth Daily’s IPO specialist. With passion and knowledge, she wants to open up the world of IPOs and their long-term potential to everyday investors. She does this through her newsletter IPO Authority, a one-stop resource for everything IPO. She also contributes regularly to the Wealth Daily e-letter. To learn more about Monica, click here.

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