Biden recently proposed a new $2 trillion “master plan” to revive the economy, and it could have unintended consequences.
While some expect it would disrupt the $700 billion oil and gas industry…
Many believe it will trigger a “green boom,” sending EV companies soaring for gains that could match those seen by Tesla and others in 2020.
This $2 trillion plan is one of the few things that both Democrats and Republicans have agreed on in recent years…
And with the EU already spending billions on grants to fund development in this industry overseas, the green president is not to be outdone back in the United States.
That’s why USA Today says, “Electric vehicles are the future.”
The New York Times says, “Electric cars are coming, and fast.”
And ABC News says this is why “2021 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for EVs.”
We’ve already seen major gains throughout 2020 across the EV industry.
The electric van and bus company, Workhorse, saw shares jump for extraordinary 551% gains in 2020.
Tesla soared 740% on its way to becoming one of the most valuable stocks on the market.
And electric charging company, Blink Charging, saw eye-popping gains of 1,740% last year.
The surge in interest for EVs is unprecedented, and it’s paid off big for the companies making bold, innovative moves in the industry.
But now, as Biden takes office and gets prepared to unleash a $2 trillion boom…
Investors are looking to companies in industries related to electric vehicles.
Here are two EV related companies we believe could win in 2021:
Late last year, they acquired the EV subscription company, Steer, buying it from the largest clean energy producer in the United States.
Steer’s subscription model has the potential to…
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