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.
Now, Frank Giustra, Paul Matysek, and Elon Musk are set to help pave the way to the rise of a new technological era for modern energy! We are talking about the oil of the 21st Century… something that will power the future and make investors a fortune![/vc_column_text][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text]
Lithium X (TSXV: LIX & US: LIXXF)
You’re About to Enter Into a Trend that Could be Life-Changing!
Chairman Paul Matysek is a major winner for us to get behind,
coming off of a recent lithium deal where he helped investors turn $10,000 into $155,000 in 2 ½ years!
In 1901, oil went mainstream. From there, fortunes were made and our world was changed forever. On October 1st, 1908, just 7 years later, the Ford Model T was introduced. It was simple to drive, and priced right. By the 1920s, the majority of American drivers had learned to drive on the Model T.
As with all of our great technologies, the value and utility of the Model T increased every year, but the price dropped consistently,going from $22,000 in today’s dollars in 1908 to $7,800 by 1916.
I have no doubt that Elon Musk, of Tesla, is the Henry Ford of our time. Last year, he announced Tesla Energy, a new wing of Tesla Motors that will focus on lithium batteries for homes and businesses. And honestly, he has the entire world behind him – every government on earth is pouring money into sustainable, clean energy.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]
I Believe Lithium X (LIX), like no other company,
is Positioned to Profit from this Massive Trend
- LIX has the largest land package in North America, located near Elon Musk’s Gigafactory in Nevada.
- They’ve also just acquired a South American project that could produce over 15,000 tonnes annually!
- Bloomberg Business recently announced that “Prices of lithium carbonate have jumped about 250% in China in the past year, hitting $24,500 a ton.”
Do the Math… and the Team is on the Hunt for more Assets…
Lithium is the lightest metal on earth, and is already used to power our cell phones, laptops, and iPads. And now, companies like Ford Motor, Toyota, Panasonic, and LG are moving into the lithium-ion battery sector in a way that will not just change how their company products are powered, but will essentially change history for all of humanity!
This is why we truly haven’t seen an investment opportunity like this in over a hundred years. Not since oil in the early 1900s has there been such a ripe moment for you to buy a natural resource that is about to change the world.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
“The era of the electric car promises a lithium-mining boom” — Fortune[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
One day, the majority of vehicles will be battery-powered, so you have to consider the type of demand this natural resource will see over the next decade – and then the next 4 or 5!
A single electric car requires about 3,000 times the lithium needed in your cell phone. This is serious business; China alone is spending $1.5 billion in order to build charging stations in anticipation of a world run on lithium-powered cars. And now, Tesla is planning on powering every home in America with a lithium-powered battery if they can, through their new division, Tesla Energy.
This boom for lithium demand and use is happening, and it’s just the beginning![/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Insiders currently own a whopping 20% of the company!
The Chairman of LIX is Paul Matysek, who, in the last 12 years, has delivered incredible value to investors who chose to partner with him in the early innings like where LIX is today.
Paul’s Recent Track Record…
- Lithium One saw gains of over 1,500%
- Potash One gained 4,000%
- Energy Metals delivered 1,900%
LIX Investors Today Are the Early Buyers of this New Paul Matysek Stock!
Matysek says that the lithium industry growth rate is now so steep, with physical shortages, that unlike his previous 3 deals, he feels that the major producers are the ones that will be knocking on his door this time around.
“I think if we can demonstrate a project with any value, the LGs, Panasonics, the Teslas of the world will come to my doorstep, rather than the other way around.
There are so few places to go. They’ll be sniffing around once you have something of value. It’s a race to get into production.”[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
LIX has Two Projects located in Lithium-Rich Areas
- One is the largest land position in Clayton Valley, Nevada, adjacent to and surrounding the only producing lithium project in North America!
- The second property is in the prolific “Lithium Triangle” in Argentina, covering 95% of a well-known area with positive historic economics, grade, and size.
“Lithium is the New Gasoline.” – According to Goldman Sachs
I want to position us early in this trend. With overwhelming forces behind us now, our top suggestion for this trend is Lithium X.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]
Consider shares of Lithium X (TSXV: LIX & US: LIXXF)
Behind everything the company will be doing is a trend that is now undeniable, not only from our transportation that will be powered by lithium, but renewable grid storage. Elon Musk, when they announced their new company, Tesla Energy, for homes and businesses, priced a home storage program at about $3,000.
That’s very affordable, considering it will lower your electric bill for the rest of your life!
And we all know that it won’t take long for government credits to enter into consumers buying these new home battery storage units. This will only put an added pressure on the market for these products and demand for lithium, which is already seeing a real world-wide shortage. Lithium X is the right trend, brings the perfect management team, has two ideal projects for this space, and its mission is to become the GO-TO NAME in the lithium space.
Lithium X Trades for $1.13 on the TSX-Venture Exchange (LIX) and for $0.86 on the U.S. exchange (LIXXF).[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Best Regards,
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