Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) just signed…
Its SECOND deal with a gas station operator to sell its Supercharger directly.
Could becoming a major distributor of chargers to third parties be part of Elon Musk’s new plan for Tesla?
Tesla shocked the world when it announced a new deal with BP to sell them $100 million worth of Supercharger hardware.
It was the first time that Tesla sold Superchargers at such a large scale.
Tesla’s head of charging infrastructure Rebecca Tinucci even said that this is a new business that Tesla is entering.
And today the EG Group announced that it signed a similar deal with Tesla.
EG Group is a British petrol giant with a charging network of more than 600 chargers across 189 sites – with plans to have more than 20,000.
That could be a MASSIVE business opportunity for Tesla.
As Tesla’s head of charging infrastructure said…
“The rapid installation of reliable, easy-to-use EV charging infrastructure is the right step towards a sustainable future and a key area of focus for us at Tesla. For this reason, we’re excited to make our fast-charging hardware available for purchase to EG Group, and other leaders in the space.”
This suggests that Tesla could sign more of these deals soon.
And if it does…
The automaker could end up becoming a major distributor to third parties.
Frankly, it wouldn’t surprise me if this is part of Elon Musk’s new Master Plan for global domination.
But what would surprise me even less is that investors could make +1,766% gains from it – just as it was possible with his two previous Master Plans.
And most importantly, no matter WHAT happens to Tesla stock.
See, Tesla wants to produce 20 million EVs per year…
And one thing it needs to reach that goal is batteries.
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?
Yours in Wealth,