Is This The Next Gold Rush?

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Could Blue Eagle lithium (Ticker: BEAG +7.7% – website) be the growth stock coming out of the lithium space that everyone has been waiting for?

The Lithium Play

By now, we’ve all been hearing about the seismic shift occurring in terms of how we ‘power’ things. The rapid global adoption of smartphones over the past decade, all powered by lithium batteries, has sparked inspiration for what will be the next major use of this coveted mineral, that will make the Smart Phone boom seem like a ripple. I’m talking, of course, about electric car batteries and grid storage. Battery powered vehicle purchases are projected to grow at head-spinning rates into the next decade as the world weans itself off of all things gas powered. This much publicized transition in consumer habits with the most widely used mode of transportation will change absolutely everything about the supply chain that we’ve known and lived with for decades!

Soon, almost everything we do from municipal grid storage, smart phone use, to road trips with our families, and who knows what else! – will be powered by Lithium. This change is inevitable and will be a huge leap forward in the world of innovation while bringing the demand for Lithium to unimaginable levels!

All that, of course is great – BUT here’s the best part! Whenever a change of this magnitude gets underway, it means opportunity for those smart and bold enough to get in the game and reap the rewards! That’s where Blue Eagle Lithium (ticker: BEAG) has gained some serious traction in the hard to impress world of growth investors. They recognize what’s coming and who stands to benefit most, and that – my friends, is why Blue Eagle Lithium keeps popping up in the conversation of who will be THE NEXT growth play for the ages.

Laying the Groundwork

The scramble for Lithium-Rich land is on, and with the Tsunami of demand on the near horizon, key players everywhere are laying claim to potentially lithium rich earth in order to mine and extract volumes that will meet volcanic global demand! This could turn into a modern day Gold Rush! The most intriguing story to come out of this race for real estate, has been the deafening buzz about lesser known (but likely soon to be a household name) Blue Eagle Lithium (ticker: BEAG), who recently entered a deal to acquire 4000 Acres in Railroad Valley, Nevada. Why should you care?

Railroad Valley is just north Clayton Valley, which has been the source of historical Lithium production levels for the past 50 years!
Oh, and Clayton Valley also happens to be the source of world leading Lithium production for current Industry heavyweight Albermarle Corporation (Ticker: ALB). Known officially as the world’s largest lithium producer, Albermarle has doubled shareholders money over the past 3 years!

Could Blue Eagle Lithium be next?

I imagine Blue Eagle (ticker: BEAG) feels this is not such a bad outfit to be rubbing geographical shoulders with, and has set their sights to take a shot at the title to become the undisputed Lithium purveyor of choice for the Globe’s largest companies. Not surprisingly, analysts’ watching this sector closely, are pegging Blue Eagle to be the next major growth story in the space for 2019 and beyond.

Here’s What You Need to Know!

The land in Railroad Valley that Blue Eagle Lithium (ticker: BEAG) intends to source for production has had samples extracted that are considered to be ‘ore grade’, according to the United States Geological Survey Department. That’s mining jargon for positive indicators for minerals that can be mined for profit!

Here’s the kicker – In these particular samples, reports have been published that there were lithium values higher than even those found in the resident cash cow to the south; Clayton Valley! Interesting to note that by comparison, – Blue Eagle’s plot in Railroad Valley literally dwarfs that held by the aforementioned Lithium behemoth Albermarle Corp. If Blue Eagle can tap into what samples are suggesting could be a bonafide gusher, we may just be looking at the next Titan of the industry for decades to come!

There’s More!

As if that’s not compelling enough on the surface, consider the fact that both Tesla Motors’ well publicized Gigafactory as well as the HUGE Factory of the headline grabbing (and Chinese Billionaire backed!) electric car start-up – Faraday Future will be operating close by and no doubt looking for those vital upstream suppliers to meet their massive lithium needs!

With Blue Eagle’s experienced management team coupled with tremendous property location, the collective optimism for what’s to come is palpable. And with the largest Electric Car Companies pumping out slick new rides in the very same state, this could be the marriage of the future that will have Lithium Investors pulling in the dough hand over fist while beaming to their friends that they got in early!

Bottom line is this; you don’t need to be a geologist or mining expert to see that there is monster opportunity afoot, and those who identify and back the winners’ early, stand to make a King’s Ransom in the process. The Infamous California Gold Rush of the mid 1800’s made a lot of people wealthy beyond their dreams, and as things take shape in the wild world of Lithium, it seems like it’s only a matter of when – history will repeat itself.

 

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