Special Report: Charging Your Wealth: 3 Promising EV Charging Stocks Under $10

The EV charging revolution is just getting started. By claiming this report, you’ve taken the first step necessary to capitalize on what’s ahead. 

Before we get into the three EV charging stocks and the report, “Charging Your Wealth: 3 Promising EV Charging Stocks Under $10,” I wanted to talk to you about our ‘backdoor’ EV charging play. I know I mentioned Jason Williams’ strategy for the EV charging revolution the last time we spoke. 

I also believe I showed you some of his previous winners using this strategy. In case you missed that part, Jason has been racking up gains in the EV charging space for a while now.

Gains like: 

  • 535.5% on CoreSite (COR)
  • 449% on Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR)
  • 314.49% on Reality Income Corp (O)
  • And 565.9% on Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. (OHI)

Yes, the EV charging stocks that Jason has in his sites could be the next big winners for not only himself but YOU too!

At the start of 2023, there were about 1.7 million EVs on the road. By 2030, that number will have exploded to 26.4 million. The EV charging revolution is happening whether you’re on board or not. 

You see, Jason is gearing up for this revolution in a slightly different way. 

He is a huge fan of real estate investment trusts (REITs) and it’s how he’s been able to take trends like the cannabis boom or healthcare industry during the pandemic and capitalize exponentially. 

Here’s how Jason and his readers at The Wealth Advisory are capitalizing on the growth of EV charging stations. 

If REITs sound a little intimidating to you, don’t worry. Our EV charging station recommendations are probably more of what you’re looking for. So let’s get to it… 

Free Report: Charging Your Wealth: 3 Promising EV Charging Stocks Under $10

In cities across the world, there’s a hum of energy that can’t be ignored. Charging stations, once a novelty, are becoming increasingly commonplace, their chrome structures dotting parking lots like gleaming beacons of the future.


And those quiet, sleek Teslas? You can find them whizzing past you on highways and parked outside local supermarkets. The world of transportation has undeniably taken a turn toward EVs, and it’s a journey that’s just begun.

BloombergNEF predicts that by 2040, 57% of all passenger vehicle sales will be electric. That’s a staggering number. And yet the infrastructure required to support this EV revolution lags far behind.

Do you remember the map I showed you last time we spoke? Let me refresh your memory:

TWA EV Payouts before map

This is the map of the current EV charging infrastructure in place in the United States. Now I want you to take a look at the second map below:

TWA EV Payouts after map

This is what that map will look like in just a few short years once the charging infrastructure is built up to meet the EV demand.

Forward-thinking investors like you are looking for the top companies to take advantage of this shift in the industry. And we’re here to help!

3 Promising EV Charging Stocks Under $10 

When it comes to investing in EV charging station stocks, there are a few key players that are worth considering. EVgo and ChargePoint are two of the largest and most well-established players in the industry.

#1. ChargePoint Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CHPT)

ChargePoint was founded in 2007 and has since grown to become one of the leading providers of EV charging stations in the world. Drivers can access more than 465,000 charging points through ChargePoint and its roaming agreements with other networks. This makes it one of the most widely recognized brands in the industry.

ChargePoint has also been expanding its range of charging solutions. The company offers a range of charging options, from basic Level 2 chargers to ultra-fast DC fast-charging stations. ChargePoint continues to expand its partnerships with other industry players to further solidify its position in the market.

CHPT was trading as high as $49 in 2021 but has since come back down and is trading below $2. Some investors might be weary of the downward trend, and that’s understandable. That being said, we don’t believe this will continue for the long-term. 

#2. EVgo Inc. (NASDAQ: EVGO)

EVgo has quickly established itself as a top EV charging station stock in the United States. The company operates a network of over 900 fast-charging stations across the country, with plans to expand to 2,500 stations by 2025.

EVgo has secured partnerships with several major automakers, including General Motors and Nissan, which bodes well for the company’s future growth potential. In addition, the company has been actively working to develop new technologies to improve the charging experience for EV owners and those managing EV fleets. 

#3. Blink Charging Co. (NASDAQ: BLNK)

In addition to established players, there are also a number of up-and-coming companies that are worth keeping an eye on. One such company is Blink Charging. Blink is a leading provider of EV charging solutions for both commercial and residential use.

The company offers a range of charging solutions, from basic Level 2 chargers to ultra-fast DC fast-charging stations. Blink Charging has also been expanding its network of charging stations, with over 30,000 charging ports across 30 countries.

So there you have it. Between ChargePoint, EVgo, and Blink Charging Co., you should have a firm place to start your journey on taking on the EV charging trend. However, as mentioned before, there are some other ways you can capitalize on this trend. 

Plug-in Payouts: The Power Behind the EV Throne

Plug-in Payouts is a unique program that allows investors to profit every time an EV is plugged in to charge.

And if this is the first time you’re hearing about it, I’m not surprised, because it’s a secret the mainstream financial press isn’t talking about.

Either they’re unaware, or they’re keeping it under wraps to hoard the profits for the financial elite.

The investor in me says it’s the former and the cynic says it’s the latter, but in all honesty, it’s probably a combination of column A and column B.

But unlike the mainstream media, Jason Williams has been digging into this market, this opportunity, and this program…

And he’s ready to share what he’s found in a special report. This one, though, is NOT free. 

The report will reveal how you can tap into this unique program and start profiting from the EV boom.

It’s like having a golden ticket to the future of transportation.

Once you’ve absorbed the information in Jason’s report, you’ll be ready to start collecting Plug-in Payouts just like him and the members of his investing community.

You’ll be part of an exclusive group of investors who are not only capitalizing on the EV boom but also shaping the future of transportation.

This is a unique opportunity to profit from a major technological shift, and it’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss.

Get your golden ticket to the future of transportation with “Plug-In Payouts” right here.

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