A Motley Fool Australia urgent investor alert
The borderline unknown Australian tech company Elon Musk quietly can’t live without
Hello fellow investor,
Hardly anybody inside or outside the country has heard of this Melbourne-based company, even though they’ve more than DOUBLED their share price since initially floating shares just two and half years ago…
But after painstaking research, the Motley Fool Australia investing team has discovered they may just be Tesla’s one key to making the seemingly impossible possible time and time again.
And you can bet they’ve also made a sizeable contribution to Tesla’s miraculous 1,618% run-up over the past half-decade, not to mention a healthy portion of Elon Musk’s current US$15.6 billion fortune.
Yet you’ll find no mention of them in Elon Musk’s frequent press conferences. Nor will you see them listed in Tesla’s earnings calls or investor presentations.
In fact, even the faintest whiff of a connection to Tesla was hardly apparent at all until 9 March earlier this year, when Elon Musk made a jaw-dropping $63,000,000 boast that at last connected the dots for us here at Motley Fool Australia.
… And in the process, pulled back the curtain on a surprising, potentially highly lucrative investing opportunity that even everyday investors like you can quickly and easily set yourself up to take advantage of.
Give me a few minutes, and I’ll fill you in on the full story of this Melbourne-based Tesla “shadow company”. Including the eyebrow-raising reason profits could very well be primed to soar.
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