GM (NYSE: GM) is in a MAJOR crisis.
Labor costs, EV delays, self-driving issues…
And now the CEO of GM’s Cruise autonomous driving division just QUIT.
Meanwhile, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) continues to widen their lead with this new plan.
It’s been a rocky year for GM to say the least.
After the contract negotiations with the United Auto Workers (UAW)…
The automaker lost a TON of money due to lost vehicle production.
In fact, according to GM CFO Paul Jacobson…
It lost roughly $800 million in pre-tax earnings – including $200 million during the third quarter.
But that’s not the only problem GM has had this year.
In mid-October, the company said it was delaying a planned electric pickup truck expansion at one of its plants…
… pushing production to late 2025 to “better manage capital investment while aligning with evolving EV demand.”
In other words: Their EVs are NOT selling as much as they expected.
That’s why GM withdrew its prior goal of building 400,000 EVs in North America by 2024.
And then you have the new Cruise robotaxi scandal.
Cruise is GM’s self-driving unit.
Last month, Cruise paused ALL autonomous activities across the country after one of its robotaxis RAN over a woman, stopped on TOP of her, and then DRAGGED her for about 20 feet before pulling over.
She suffered severe injuries from the accident.
That’s why Cruise issued a recall of all of its robotaxis…
That’s why the California DMV suspended Cruise’s testing permits for robotaxis…
And that’s why both the founder and the CEO of Cruise just QUIT.
So GM’s big bet on EVs is really not paying off.
Meanwhile, Tesla continues to win by leaps and bounds.
And it’s all thanks to Elon Musk’s new plan to keep Tesla as the undisputed king in the EV race.
The world of cars is moving in a NEW direction.
This direction started when Elon Musk published his first Master Plan in 2006, where he managed to do almost everything he said he would do.
Ditto with Master Plan 2.
Just $2,500 invested when Master Plan 2 was released would be worth $46,650.
And $2,500 invested when Master Plan 1 was released would’ve multiplied to a whopping $602,941.
That’s why Elon Musk’s Master Plan 3.0 is offering investors an INCREDIBLE profit opportunity again – but the profit play is totally different this time.
See, as opposed to Master Plan 1 & 2 where the profit play was to invest in Tesla stock and that’s it…
This time, there’s a small group of undiscovered stocks that could surge dramatically BECAUSE of Musk’s new Master Plan.
And the reason is simple.
Elon Musk revealed that he’s leading a $10 TRILLION effort to eliminate fossil fuels and convert the world to sustainable energy.
To do so…
One of the things he aims to do is produce 20 million EVs per year.
This requires a lot of batteries.
Which is why Tesla is rushing to lock-up critical supplies of batteries – and inking raw-material deals with several little-known stocks.
As always, investors who act BEFORE these deals hit the news are the ones who have the chance of the biggest gains.
I’m talking about the opportunity to make 1,766% – which is enough to turn $5k into $88,300.
The question is…
What’s the NEXT stock inking a billion-dollar deal?
Yours in Wealth,