I recently came across a presentation on the Banyan Hill Publishing website featuring investment guru Charles Mizrahi. He was talking about a “secret startup” that makes a “forever battery” that could fuel “a 1,500% surge in EV sales” over the next four years.
And, of course, make investors lots of money in the process.
What stock is he teasing? And is it a legit opportunity?
Well, I did my homework on this, and I’m 99.99% sure I know what company he’s talking about. So in this article, I’ll walk you through his battery prediction and reveal the stock I think he’s teasing.
I’ll also give you the heads up about the service he’s pitching (Alpha Investor Report) to help you decide if it’s worth joining.
Breaking Down Charles Mizrahi’s “Forever Battery” Prediction
The presentation we’ll be discussing in this post is titled “Secret Startup Cracks the Battery Code — Wall Street Legend Predicts a 1,500% Surge in Electric Car Sales Over the Next 4 Years…”
It’s hosted by John Daly and features Charles Mizrahi, an investment guru from Banyan Hill Publishing that I’ve come across a few times before.
For example, I recently wrote about his latest 3D printing stock pick and his “L5 Revolution” presentation, which was all about the potential within the autonomous vehicles sector.
This time, he’s talking about a “new technology” that he says could “soon power your EV for 1,000 miles — on a single charge.” He calls it The Forever Battery.
The Forever Battery isn’t the name of an actual battery; this is a term Charles Mizrahi came up with to describe a particular type of battery he thinks will replace traditional lithium-ion batteries and become a central part of EV growth moving forward.
What type of battery is he talking about?
When Charles Mizrahi says “Forever Battery,” he’s talking about solid-state batteries.
But by now you might be wondering exactly what the Forever Battery is … and how it works.
It’s what scientists call a “solid-state battery.”
These batteries are completely different to lithium-ion batteries, which have a liquid core.Source: https://pro.banyanhill.com/p/WMC-CMZBATTERY-001/ECMZXA26/Full
This is the same type of battery I’ve seen several high-profile finance gurus talking about lately. For instance, Luke Lango of InvestorPlace has released a presentation hyping up the potential benefits of this tech.
In short, solid-state batteries don’t contain a liquid electrolyte like traditional lithium-ion batteries. Instead, they have a solid electrolyte that can be composed of materials like ceramics and glass.
And this can make solid-state batteries more energy-dense, meaning the same size battery can potentially hold more energy and make EVs go further on a single charge compared to those using traditional lithium-ion batteries.
Solid-state batteries also have other benefits too.
For example, they are lighter, can charge in less time, and are potentially safer. On the last point, if you’ve ever heard stories of electric vehicles bursting into flames, well, that’s not an issue with solid-state batteries.
If that’s the case, why aren’t they already in mass production?
From what I understand, it comes down to the cost of manufacturing these batteries. Solid-state battery tech has been around for years in things like wearables, but making a larger solid-state battery for EVs in a cost-effective way is a challenge still being ironed out.
What about the company Charles Mizrahi’s teasing?
They may have “cracked the battery code,” as the presentation suggests, but before we get into that, let me show you the company I think he’s teasing first.
Charles Mizrahi’s “Forevery Battery” Stock Revealed
I believe the company Charles Mizrahi’s teasing is QuantumScape Corporation (QS).
Well, there are numerous reasons for this, so it’s probably best to go through the main reasons I believe Quantumscape is the company he’s pitching, then you can decide if you think I’m right.
Firstly, and this was a dead giveaway, he shares the following image in the presentation:
I ran that image through a Google image search, and it brought up a whole bunch of articles. Like this Financial Times article where the same image is used, and the source of the image is credited to QuantumScape, which makes solid-state batteries.
And according to the article, it’s QuantumScape’s ceramic solid-state separator. In other words, the “solid” part of a solid-state battery we discussed earlier.
That’s pretty much all I needed to know, but I checked out some of the other clues he provides to see if they match up because you never know.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the other clues he provides in the presentation:
One of its biggest corporate shareholders is a car manufacturer that aims to produce 22 million battery-powered EVs by 2029.
Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Michael Bloomberg, Richard Branson and Jack Ma have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in it.
George Soros recently invested a staggering $4.6 billion in the company.
Now … after 10 years of secretive research and development … their iteration of the Forever Battery — with their proprietary technology and over 200 patents — is almost ready for prime time.
On the first point, that’s Volkswagen, one of Quantumscape’s biggest investors. And based on my research, all of the billionaires mentioned have invested in this company.
And concerning the patents, yep, Quantumscape has over 200 patents.
So I believe this is the solid-state batter stock Charles Mizrahi is teasing. Whether or not it’s a great investment is another story. My aim with this site isn’t to provide stock recommendations, so this is something you’ll need to decide for yourself.
However, I will say that despite the potential for solid-state battery technology, it’s far from certain. So there are risks involved as with any investment.
What does Charles Mizrahi say about Quantumscape?
He doesn’t reveal the name of his solid-state stock pick in the presentation because he wants you to join his service, Alpha Investor Report. If you do, you receive a special report he created titled “The Forever Battery: How to Profit as EV Sales Grow 1,500% Over the Next 4 Years.”
In this report, Charles details his stock pick (which I believe is Quantumscape) and why he’s so bullish on it. He also provides the details on how much he thinks it can appreciate and so on.
So that’s the best way to get all the details.
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What Is Alpha Investor Report?
I’ve published a full review of Alpha Investor on this site, I would recommend checking that out if you want all the details (including a peek at how his stock picks have worked out).
However, in short, Alpha Investor Report is a monthly investment newsletter dedicated to helping subscribers profit from emerging trends, particularly technology trends.
Each month, Charles Mizrahi releases a new issue of Alpha Investor Report, which details his latest recommendation, the reasons behind his pick, and his latest market insights.
You also get access to the model portfolio, which shows you all the current positions he’s recommending, and the details of each. For example, stock ticker, buy price, date it was recommended, and so forth. So it’s basically a list of stocks he recommends.
And according to Charles Mizrahi, there are currently “more than 12 stocks that are up by double digits” within the model portfolio as of writing.
While impressive, it’s worth keeping in mind two things:
- First, this doesn’t take into account the average performance of each stock he’s recommended. In other words, the performce of his stock picks, taking into account both winning and losing trades.
- Second, there’s no guarantee the service will help you make any money at all, let along double-digit gains. It might, but there are no guarantees.
The reason I bring these points up isn’t to throw shade on the service. It’s simply to help you understand that this isn’t a way to get rich quickly.
Anyway, aside from the newsletter and model portfolio, you also receive two bonus reports if you join Alpha Investor Report through the presentation:
- The Forever Battery: How to Profit as EV Sales Grow 1,500% Over the Next 4 Years
- A New Era of Energy Storage: The Hottest Breakthrough of the 21st Century
As mentioned earlier, the first one details Charles Mizrahi’s solid-state battery pick. However, the second report details a battery storage company he’s bullish on.
He doesn’t reveal many clues on that one, so I’m not sure what it is. Although it does remind me of a stock Ray Blanco has been teasing in his “Secret Tesla Project” presentation, which is all about a battery storage technology he calls BESS.
Anyway, to find out for sure, you’d need to join Alpha Investor Report.
Cost and Refund Policy
Alpha Investor Report costs $47 per year to join and comes with a money-back guarantee that gives you 364 days (virtually an entire year) to try the service, and if you’re not satisfied, you can request a full refund.
Is Alpha Investor Report Legit?
Alpha Investor Report is a legitimate service, yes. I wouldn’t join it expecting to get rich overnight or without understanding the potential risks involved, but it’s not a scam.
Charles Mizrahi has been an expert investor for decades and Banyan Hill Publishing, the company he works for, is a reputable financial publishing company.
You can also get a refund if you’re not satisfied, almost 12 months after joining.
So in my mind, the most significant risk factor is following the stock recommendations he makes. Some might make you money, and others could lose you money. That doesn’t make the service a scam, but it does mean that, as with any investment, there are risks involved.
Who’s Charles Mizrahi?
Charles Mizrahi is the man behind the “Forever Battery” presentation and Alpha Investor Report service, as well as two other services he runs for Banyan Hill Publishing – American Investor Alliance and Lifetime Profits.
Mr. Mizrahi has over four decades of experience as an investor and trader. So he’s not just a newsletter writer; he has genuine expertise.
According to his profile on the Banyan Hill website, he started as a trader at the New York Futures Exchange when he was 20 and became one of the top “market timers” in the US.
He also founded a money management firm and worked for some of the most well-known investment banks globally, like Goldman Sachs, Citi, and Credit Suisse.
He seems to have made some impressive predictions over the years, too, mainly related to technology. For example, he recommended Apple and Microsoft in the early days, even when this wasn’t the popular bet. And he’s warned of market crashes, like those in 1987 and 1999.
Charles Mizrahi’s Forevery Battery presentation is all about the potential opportunity within solid-state battery technology. And I believe the company he’s teasing is QuantumScape.
However, to find out for sure what company he’s bullish on, you’d need to read The Forever Battery research report he’s put together, which you can only access by joining Alpha Investor Report for $47.
Is Alpha Investor worth it?
Overall, I thought Charles Mizrahi made some interesting points in the presentation. And I’m no expert on battery technology, but based on my research, solid-state battery technology looks like it could have a bright future if they’re able to bring this tech to the masses.
At the same time, it’s highly speculative. Nobody knows for sure what technology will win out in the end and what impact this will have on the future of electric vehicles. It’s all speculation at this point. So even though it could be a great opportunity, there are no guarantees it’ll fuel a “1,500% surge in EV sales” or make investors “massive gains” in the process.
Either way, Alpha Investor Report could still be worth checking out. Because for $47, you’re getting direct access to some of Charles Mizrahi’s latest recommendations and insights. And if you don’t like it, you can always unsubscribe and get your money back.
Whatever you decide, I hope you found this helpful.
14 thoughts on “What’s Charles Mizrahi’s “Forever Battery” Stock? (Exposed)”
Sila nano technologies – look up Gene Berdichevsky
Qscape ceo has sold a lot of shares recently for some reason only he knows.
Tim, you should have your own stock advisory service because you are very sharp. What do you recommend with the ILIKF shares I purchased for my Granddaughters. I don’t want to give them something that is worthless.
Appreciate your words, James, but I’m not a stock picker, nor do I provide any type of individual advice, so that’s not something I can comment on.
That said, there are some great articles out there about this company on different sites (like Motley Fool for example) and you can see my top-rated stock advisory if you want to know more about the service I recommend.
Hope this helps and all the best.
Another clue to support the guess it is Quantumscape…in the video you can see the address number 1730 on the building. Quantumscape is located at 1730 Technology Drive. Not 100% proof, but a good possibility. Another interesting company doing solid state batteries is ticker ILIKF (Illika plc in Great Britain).
Good catch. Yeah, that’s a stock Luke Lango from Investorplace has teased in a couple of presentations. Most recently, in his “$3 wonder stock” presentation (AKA “forever battery stock) that I wrote about.
It’s not Quantumscape (QS). They came up with dendrites to cure the cracking problem.
The reason I know it’s not QS, is because I watched Luke’s presentation and he mentions QS and the immediately says, “By the way, it’s not Quantumscape.”
That was a good guess though. 🙂
Oh right, must have missed that part of the presentation. Will take another look at this and see what I can find. Thanks for the comment.
I will continue to read
Joe is QS a part of your portfolio?
Before you give advice on nuclear waist I would recommend you first learn how to spell it. It’s waste…not waist.
Is Insider weekly a US company?
Do they only recommend US stocks.
Capitalist Exploits is the company behind Insider Weekly and it’s based in Singapore.
Insider Weekly is a global macro newsletter, so the stock picks include opportunities from all over the world. However, most (if not all) of the recommended stocks are accessible with a regular brokerage account with a company like InteractiveBrokers, for example.
Hi what do you think about the new battery being made from nuclear waist sounds really interesting and has many of the same names at the qs battery