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Elon Musk's Biggest Fear

 
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Elon Musk's Biggest Fear:
This $7-a-Share "Tesla Clone"
This small innovator is beating Tesla at its own game.
Here are three BIG reasons why shares are expected to jump 60%.

 
WARNING: The first leg up for this stock has already started. Shares are up 7% since the latest earnings report on August 29, 2016.

This may be your last chance to get into these shares at this price.
 
 

Fellow Investor,

When it comes to the electric vehicle (EVs) revolution in the United States... the first name that comes to mind is usually Tesla Motors, Inc. (TSLA).

Tesla has been the darling of market analysts and the financial news for six years now...

Yet, one little-known company is soundly beating Tesla at its own game.

I’ll give you the complete details behind this remarkable little company – including three BIG reasons why this $7 stock could gain 60% over the next 12 months...

But first, I’m Roger Michalski, publisher of Eagle Financial Publications, an independent research organization based in Washington, D.C.

A short while ago, one of the world’s most respected experts in international equities approached me about an unusual opportunity.

He said he’d uncovered a small company flying under the radar of most investors.

He called it the “Tesla Clone”...

Because it’s doing everything Tesla does – except it’s doing it faster, sooner and bigger than Tesla itself. 

He cited three BIG reasons why this company is Elon Musk’s biggest fear... and potentially one of the most rewarding investments he’d seen in some time.

Reason #1: Shares of this innovative little outfit are eating TSLA for lunch – gaining five times more than Tesla over the past 12 months.

TSLA is a great “story stock”, with a dynamic CEO taking on the world, to prove he can create, build, and sell a luxury electric vehicle... and that customers would be willing to pay top dollar for the opportunity to drive one.

And, thanks to the power of that story, Tesla’s investors have done great:

Shares of TSLA are up over 1,000% since its IPO.

Unfortunately, most of those gains came in just two years... 2013 and 2014. If you got in after that two-year run-up... you’re probably pretty disappointed right now...

Because TSLA has traded pretty much flat since 2014.

Although this “Tesla Clone” is about half the size of TSLA, with a $17.3 billion market cap compared to Tesla’s $33.2 billion...

Shares of this little-known manufacturer have gained five times more than Tesla over the past 12 months.


These shares have the potential to crank out profits for you for years.

However, if you’re thinking of moving into this stock, you need to do it quickly...

Because you could be paying a lot more for these shares very soon.

Here’s why:

Shares of the “Tesla Clone” are up over 25% year-to-date... and more than 50% over the past 12 months.

Over the past five years, shares have more than doubled – up 127%.

Most recently, the company released another solid earnings report on August 29, 2016... and in just two days, shares climbed 7%.

And now, according to the Wall Street Journal, some analysts see shares hitting $10.70... a potential profit of 60%.

Reason #2: This “Tesla Clone” is beating Musk’s Tesla in sales AND profits.

Our “Tesla Clone” brought its first, all-electric car to market a full year before Musk did... and it’s been outpacing Tesla ever since.

In 2015, sales jumped over three times – from just 20,000 cars to more than 60,000 electric vehicles. This year, it’s on pace to more than double that figure again, with Bloomberg reporting that the company is expecting to sell more than 150,000 plug-in cars.

By 2020, sales are expected to top 1 million electric cars.

Musk is still struggling to transform TSLA from an elite luxury line into a mainstream, high-volume manufacturer.

Tesla Motors missed its vehicle delivery target for the second consecutive quarter... and is on track to fall short of its annual target.

These production difficulties at Tesla have forced Musk to reduce sales projections – from 90,000 to just 79,000 cars this year – or around half of what the “Tesla Clone” will sell this year. But that’s only if Musk and his team can get over the production problems hindering deliveries.

While Elon Musk and Tesla are having trouble making cars, they’re having even more trouble making money.

On August 3, 2016, Tesla announced another quarterly loss – this time of $1.06 per share – much steeper than the $0.52 per share analysts expected. This increased Tesla’s net loss in the second quarter to a whopping $293.0 million... worse than last year’s $184.0 million loss for the quarter.

In fact, TSLA has not made money since it first went public... yet investors are still willing to fork over $225 a share.

Our “Tesla Clone” has been racking up record profits for years.

For 2016’s first quarter, the “Tesla Clone” reported more than $130 million in profit – a seven-fold increase year on year.

On August 29, the company reported a net profit in excess of $340 million for the first half of this year...

A jump of more than 380% over the same period 12 months ago.

And, as you can see in this chart, sales and profits are expected to keep riding higher for at least the next two years.


Historically, as this “Tesla Clone’s” earnings go up, higher stock prices follow.

I showed you earlier how shares of this small outfit have beaten TSLA, rising five times higher...

Here’s why:

In 2013, earnings per share (EPS) jumped in excess of 680%... sending share prices up 44%.

In 2015, EPS rose again, this time 520%... and share prices followed – up 27% since the beginning of 2016.

On August 29, first half profits jumped more than 380%...

And shares rose 7% in just two days... the first leg up in what could prove to be a 60% gain.

So this very well may be your last chance to get in on these shares for around $7.

Here’s the third reason why...

Reason #3: The “Tesla Clone” has the inside track to dominate the largest, most motivated market in the world for electric vehicles.

Overall sales of “Green Machines” in this market surged to 188,700 units – A 223% jump in 2015.


And while Elon Musk’s TSLA is struggling to take advantage of this explosion in demand...

This “Tesla Clone” has already grabbed a commanding lead in this electric vehicle market... and could totally dominate this market in the years to come.  

That’s why I feel this is more than a short-term profit opportunity... this company is perfectly positioned for long-term profits as well.

Thanks to its ability to crank out cars – and profits – better than Tesla ever could... and its solid position in the largest market for EV cars and trucks in the world... our little-known “Tesla Clone” is perfectly positioned to accelerate its incredible growth rate over the coming years.

Shares could reach $10.70 over the next year – a potential 60% gain over the next 12 months – but only if you can get in on these shares while they’re still trading at $7. 

The bottom line here is this: The next big move for this “Tesla Clone” has already begun, thanks to a jump in profits of more than 380% in the first half of 2016.

Shares moved up 7% in just 2 days, so this truly may be your only chance to get into these shares at this low price.

To find out the name of this company, and its ticker symbol, so you can load up on these $7 shares (while you still can), simply click the link below.

 
Send me the name, trading symbol, and complete details of this “Tesla Clone” now...

While it’s still trading around $7 a share!
 
 


 

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