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Tesla Could Be In Trouble? Here's Why.

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Fellow Investor, Louis Navellier, here. I’ve been keeping an eye on the electric vehicle market

Fellow Investor, Louis Navellier, here. I’ve been keeping an eye on the electric vehicle market for over 10 years. In that time, I’ve seen the birth of some incredible EV companies. But I’ve always held back on some of the most popular EV stocks. Why? Well, today’s EV industry… it has a huge problem. A problem that, truthfully, could make it impossible for electric vehicles to surpass gasoline-powered cars. No one in the EV space wants to talk about this issue… because they know it could stop EV market growth in its tracks. But now, that’s all about to change. A new technology is about to go mainstream. And I anticipate that it will fix the biggest problem the EV market is facing today… kick-starting a $1.3 trillion investing opportunity. I just released the name and ticker symbol of the company pioneering this new technology in a free presentation… A company that has already been backed by Bill Gates… And Volkswagen. You can also find out which EV stock I don’t recommend buying... You can watch the full event by [clicking here](. I’m urging you – don’t invest in another EV stock without watching this presentation. Regards, [Signed:] Louis Navellier This ad is sent on behalf of InvestorPlace at 1125 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201. If you’re not interested in this opportunity, please [click here](#link) and remove yourself from these offers. 45 South Park Place #203 Morristown New Jersey 07960 USA [Unsubscribe]( | [Change Subscriber Options](

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