Turning $1 Into $28,000
It’s Been 115 Years Since
Investors Had an Opportunity Like This!
The Rockefellers, the Vanderbilts, and Henry Ford made a fortune from the last energy-powered vehicle revolution.
Let’s Seize the Moment in the Hottest Sector in the World Right Now!
New Stock Suggestion:
Advantage Lithium (TSXV: AAL & US: AVLIF)
We’ve desperately tried to present 3 to 5 of these types of companies to you this year, and so far we’ve only found one.
Until now… today, I will introduce you to one of the most important stock suggestions of 2016 and 2017.
Our sole pick for this sector is up 98% since March, and I think we are looking at similar results, with a bit more upside since we are so early for this one.
I want us to be fully invested into the lithium sector, because I see the writing on the wall. It’s going to be the best investment any of us make over the next 5 to 10 years.
The entire world — governments, millennials, and tech giants — are all moving towards battery-powered lithium for future energy use. The problem with this sector is it is flooded with dogs, fakers, and trash companies. With that said, the opportunity for lithium investors could not be greater here in 2016.
Lithium demand now outstrips supply by 15%, and this number is about to explode higher! Elon Musk, of Tesla, is about to roll out the Tesla 3, a much more affordable electric vehicle. He recently stated that he will need the world’s entire lithium supply annually in order to meet demand!
His biggest competitor, Warren Buffet’s BYD, has also stated the same thing – they also are going to require the entire world’s lithium supply. Volkswagen just invested $9 billion into the development of a battery factory. Ford, Toyota, GM, and Nissan aren’t far behind…
Goldman Sachs expects lithium demand to surge to over 1,000% in the coming years!
It’s also a great diversification for many investors who have become attracted to resource shares due to the fundamentals for gold. I intend to personally profit from this sector with a single position, potentially turning every $5,000 into $50,000.
I want to start off with a full disclosure: I have allocated capital to purchase 1 million shares of this company over the next week and I will be holding them as a long-term position.
I want to both partner and profit with you.
This is why FutureMoneyTrends.com is initiating coverage and suggesting our members consider taking a large position of Advantage Lithium (TSXV: AAL & US: AVLIF).
Before we go over their 5 projects in Nevada, 3 in Mexico, and 1 in Argentina, I want you to know exactly who we are partnering with if you decide to buy shares.
“On either of David’s or Dev’s previous deals, investors could have made gains of 1,273% to 28,025%!
Now, They are Joining Forces to Build Advantage Lithium.”
Advantage Lithium has a project that borders the only producing lithium mine in North America. And in the Clayton Valley, where every lithium company desires to have their projects, Advantage Lithium is the ONLY one with water rights.
This happens to be a key factor in delivering production, since all mines need a significant amount of water. Phenomenal and extraordinary returns are the reputations of David Sidoo and Dev Randhawa. Including their geology team, this group has won every award in business and mining you can think of. In fact, this year, Dev is up for the “CEO of the year” award at one of mining’s largest events.
David’s last company saw over a 12x gain for every $1 invested. In the mid 2000s, Dev helped investors turn every $1 they invested with him into over $28,000!
With 5 projects in Nevada, 4 in Mexico, and 1 in Argentina, this is the ideal lithium portfolio for investors to have exposure to. It’s close to Tesla’s Gigafactory and neighbors with the only producing lithium company in all of North America, Albemarle Corporation. When I say neighbors, I’m not exaggerating…
Here are their Clayton Valley drill targets set for exploration this month!
These targets, identified by a geologist who is responsible for two major discoveries and winner of PDAC’s top award for his profession, is running a program that runs along the border of Albemarle’s Silver Peak lithium mine! Seriously, we could not be in a better situation with this early-stage investment backed by the best and brightest in the business.
This is 1 of 5 projects they have in Nevada.
Where this team truly showed off their talent was with their most recent press release, acquiring a high-caliber project in Argentina. Argentina’s Lithium Triangle is a prized area for mining companies, and Advantage Lithium was able to announce the acquisition of one that was held by a private family – a family that had turned away dozens before them.
The project is immediately adjacent to a large, shallow depth, lithium resources, and infrastructure. I’ve been aware of this project for over a year, and I’m honestly shocked that they scooped it up, as a lot of other well-known names in the space have been trying to acquire this property with no success.
Prior to this news, they also announced the acquisition of 4 early-stage assets in Mexico. In an area known as the Clayton Valley of Mexico! This is an exceptional opportunity for all of us, and we are the first major publisher to profile them.
Below is my Interview with CEO David Sidoo
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