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Amazon Orders 100,000 Electric Trucks... Deepens Lithium Supply Crisis.

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A supply crunch for lithium batteries is looming. How will manufacturers find the billions of pounds

A supply crunch for lithium batteries is looming. How will manufacturers find the billions of pounds of lithium needed? [InsiderTrades.com Newsletter]( [Unsubscribe]( Amazon Orders 100,000 Electric Vehicles… And Adds To The Coming Lithium Supply Crisis As Ford, Amazon, Volvo and Porsche jump into the EV market… the world is facing a giant lithium problem. According to Morgan Stanley, by 2025, the current production of lithium will have to increase 10X. And we're a long way from making that happen. However, this lithium company has made a discovery in that might change that. [Click here to find out who this company is, and how they could explode.]( Thank you for subscribing to Insider Trades Daily, which covers the most recent insider buying and selling activity from Wall Street CEO's, CFO's, COO's and other insiders. This message is a paid advertisement sent on behalf of Promethean Marketing, a third-party advertiser of InsiderTrades.com and MarketBeat. This message is a paid advertisement for Alpha Lithium (ALLIF/APHLF) from Summit Publishing Group and Investing Trends. American Consumer News, LLC dba MarketBeat receives a fixed fee for each subscriber that clicks on a link in this email, totaling up to $15,000. Other than the compensation received for this advertisement sent to subscribers, MarketBeat and its principals are not affiliated with either Summit Publishing Group or Investing Trends. MarketBeat and its principals do not own any of the stocks mentioned in this email or in the article that this email links to. Neither MarketBeat nor its principals are FINRA-registered broker-dealers or investment advisers. The content of this email should not be taken as advice, an endorsement, or a recommendation from MarketBeat to buy or sell any security. MarketBeat has not evaluated the accuracy of any claims made in this advertisement. MarketBeat recommends that investors do their own independent research and consult with a qualified investment professional before buying or selling any security. Investing is inherently risky. Past-performance is not indicative of future results. Please see the disclaimer regarding Alpha Lithium (ALLIF/APHLF) on Investing Trends' website for additional information about the relationship between Investing Trends and Alpha Lithium (ALLIF/APHLF). If you have questions about your subscription, feel free to contact our U.S. based support team via email at contact@marketbeat.com or leave us a voicemail at (844) 978-6257. If you no longer wish to receive email from InsiderTrades.com, you can [unsubscribe](. © 2006-2021 American Consumer News, LLC dba MarketBeat. 326 E 8th St #105, Sioux Falls, SD 57103. United States.

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