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The electric vehicle boom is accelerating – and fast...........................................

The electric vehicle boom is accelerating – and fast...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... [Unsubscribe]( Top 5 EV Tech Stocks to Buy for 2023 The electric vehicle boom is accelerating – and fast. Governments all over the world are pushing for a greener future. Even better, global spending on electric vehicles is surging. According a new report published by BloombergNEF on investment in the energy transition, annual spending on passenger EVs hit $388 billion in 2022, up 53% from the year before. Plus, according to a new study by Ernst & Young, electric vehicles could outpace combustion engines in the next 12 years in the U.S., Europe, and China, according to The Street. "By 2045, non-EV sales were seen plummeting to less than 1% of the global car market." Like we said, the boom is accelerating – and the time to buy EV-related tech stocks is now. Get our free report, "Top 5 EV Tech Stocks to Buy for 2023". Along with the report you get a free subscription to our daily newsletter, where we are committed to providing daily trading & investing ideas on all the hottest trends! After signing up for your free report "Top 5 EV Stocks to Buy for 2023", along with preferred offer: Elon Musk just Triggered a BOOM in These Stocks Something strange is happening in the stock market…. This select group of stocks are going absolutely bananas. And it's all because of Elon Musk. [Click here to sign up for our FREE Report & get directed to the Special Offer "Elon Musk just Tiggered a BOOM in These Stocks"]( --------------------------------------------------------------- This is a PAID ADVERTISEMENT provided to the subscribers of StockEarnings Free Newsletter. Although we have sent you this email, StockEarnings does not specifically endorse this product nor is it responsible for the content of this advertisement. Furthermore, we make no guarantee or warranty about what is advertised above. Your privacy is very important to us, if you wish to be excluded from future notices, do not reply to this message. Instead, please click [Unsubscribe]( . StockEarnings, Inc 33 SE 4th St, Suite 100, Boca Raton, FL 33432 USA W: 877.6.STOCKS StockEarnings.com

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