written by reader ian wyatt’s latest lithium pitch what could he be talking about

By mietelskimanshoe, June 2, 2021

Lithium stocks are taking off…

With shares soaring by 285%… 431%… and even 725% in the last 12 months!

It’s the biggest Lithium Boom in 5+ years. And these stocks are taking off.

Want to know the best way to get in on this “superpower element” that’s powering a $1.9 TRILLION industry?

Go here ASAP for my #1 lithium play.

One All-American lithium stock is operating just 196 miles from Tesla’s battery Gigafactory.

Early data suggests the company may be sitting on a mega-discovery. And it could play a major role in supplying Tesla, GM and Ford for years!

So, why am I so excited about this promising lithium stock?

#1. Shares Haven’t Surged (Yet)

This is actually GREAT news — because it means there’s even MORE profit potential than a company already riding the wave of this lithium boom.

#2. Not Many People Know About It

Think about this like Apple. Everyone knows about them… Many people love their products…

But to see truly massive gains, you’d have to go back and invest 20 years ago!

With this stock, I haven’t heard anyone in the mainstream media talking about it. But by the time word gets out, it will be too late.

That makes now the PERFECT time to get in on the ground floor before this stock potentially shoots to the moon.

#3. Shares are Super Cheap

Who doesn’t love a good deal?

Honestly, I still can’t believe I found this gem of a company for such a low price.

It’s trading for less than $1.00…

And my price targets suggest the stock could jump 985%!

Plus, early investors have a chance to claim “free bonus shares” with one simple step.

Go here right NOW before the news gets out.

Ian Wyatt

P.S. I’ve already put my own money into this American-based lithium company.

And I’m about to invest even MORE into it.

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