written by reader Quantum glass battery pitch by Matt Mccall

By leokingss, December 30, 2020

Does anyone have a good guess at what company is he talking about?
Panasonic, Albermale or…?


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Paul Mikoll
Paul Mikoll
February 17, 2021 2:32 am

There are several companies in this realm. The short answer, Panasonic (PCRFY:OTCMKTS). SQM and ALB are mining stocks but that isn’t the best answer either. Romeo Power (RMO) went public recently through a SPAC and they are supposed to have the “Highest Density” battery. Samsung has its finger’s in everything. If you don’t mind buying now and holding these are all good companies and they will all go up. By 2030 EV’s will still not have full penetration. The EV market is being forced on the World by the Global Elite$ so it IS coming. GM is making 13 EV’s this year. BMW, Mercedes, Volvo and many have been headed this way for some time. The BEST play for Battery Power. SILA Nanotechnologies which is still a Private company but they make the “Magic Dust”, what they call “NANOPOWDER”. Their “NP” is supposed to extend the life and power of ANY battery the powder is added to. ANY battery means cell phones…it means ANY battery. Think on that one and the potential. It will be a Trillion $ company. People are paying $2-5K just for SILA’s name. EVERYONE is watching and waiting to see what they do but they are NOT desperate for cash as the Founder is Ex-Tesla Employee #9, Gene Birdichevsky. Rich and brilliant like his old boss Elon. Keep your eyes and ears open for SILA. Remember, it’s technoloGIES, how many more? I’m switching most of my money to the coming Blockchain explosion of wealth. That is where all the Elite$ are moving their cash. Something to really watch. Blessings.