Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) has acquired Wiferion: A wireless charging startup.
The automaker is expected to launch its own wireless charging platform…
… which could be vital to self-driving and Musk’s Master Plan.
Wiferion is a Germany-based wireless charging startup.
They’re known for inductive charging tech for industrial robots and EVs.
Earlier this year, there were rumors that Tesla might buy the startup.
And according to several Germany publications…
The rumors came true this week.
There’s no official cost of the transaction yet…
But it’s expected to be between $50 and $100 million.
The acquisition could be extremely important to self-driving and driverless EVs.
And it’s the latest step toward securing Elon Musk’s Master Plan 3.0.
Most importantly for investors…
This new Master Plan is creating a brand-new opportunity to make +1,766% – no matter what happens to Tesla stock.
That’s because there’s a group of undiscovered stocks that could surge dramatically very soon BECAUSE of Musk’s new Master Plan.
See, Tesla wants to produce 20 million EVs per year…
And one thing that it needs is batteries to reach that goal.
That’s why the automaker is already sparking a massive battery metal “land grab”…
… and why every automaker including Tesla, Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen and Toyota are rushing to secure critical partnerships to produce millions of batteries.
They’re signing deals with undiscovered stocks.
And the size of these deals is massive:
- $186 million deal to acquire 80,000 pounds of cobalt per year
- $1.7 billion agreement to buy nickel from a midwestern mining stock
- $5.1 billion agreement to buy lithium from an Australian company
Dozens of new deals could be announced in the coming weeks.
And once they’re announced – shares can quickly jump 132%… 548%… 614%.
In fact, that’s how much some stocks have jumped after an announcement.
As always, investors who act BEFORE these deals hit the news are the ones who have the chance of the biggest gains. The question is…
What’s the NEXT stock inking a billion-dollar deal?