Inside a Jeff Clark Market Minute is an ad ”This Patent will change the World Forever”
and shows the title of the filing ”Lithium Metal Oxide Electrodes for Lithium Cells and Batteries”
with a patent date of 1/13/2004 (yes 2004)… immediately making the claim ”this is bigger
than the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, Bitcoin and the blockchain…combined.”
The presentation is by David Forest (whose title is revealed at the end to be ”Senior Analyst International Speculator”)
The presentation itself is headed ”Is Elon Musk’s worst Nightmare coming true – 3.1 Million Electric Vehicles now obsolete?
One tiny company may be responsible”)
The idea is that the 1-1-8 tech-powered battery (1 part Cobalt, 1 part Manganese, 8 parts Nickel Sulfate) improves the energy storage capacity of the cathode, that makes current Tesla storage methods obsolete; 1-1-8 technology to replace predecessors NiCad and then Lithium batteries used to charge phones. He references an investor by
initials RF who owns a lot of mining startups and has 21% interest in the mystery company not actually revealed in the 42+ minute presentation.
December 1, 2019, is when a major announcement is expected about this ”tiny $2 company”
Details to be found in ”The 1-1-8 Tech Playbook – Two Tiny stocks that will make Early Investors a fortune” which will list two stocks that will benefit, the other one mines cobalt. Further discussion about rare earth metals no longer exported out of China and the location in the Congo is in political turmoil so we need to find other sources. The cobalt stock is a $1 stock and is US-based.
He also drops the names Bill Bonner, Tika Tiwari, and Jeff Brown, as people with interest in these stocks, all of whom
I’ve been hearing about in recent months.
But wait, when you subscribe to International Speculator for $3000 – marked down to $1995 (no refunds) you’ll also get
”The Golden Ticket: How to Double Your Money 27 times from one stock” and ”the Private Big Idea Presentation”
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