Hello and welcome to my review of Extreme Disruptions Trader.
I first learned about this service through a presentation on The Oxford Club website, where David Fessler was talking about his number one profit opportunity of 2021.
Which, as it turns out, has to do with electric vehicles, and he’s particularly bullish on two stocks which have to do with EV battery production and charging. But to get the details on these stocks, you need to join his service, Extreme Disruptions Trader.
So let’s take a closer look at what stocks he’s recommending, how his service works, and whether or not David Fessler is really worth listening to.
What Is David Fessler Predicting for 2021?
I first stumbled across Extreme Disruptions Trader through a presentation titled:
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In it, David begins by stating that he recommended Tesla back in 2013 when it was trading for just $8 per share, at a time when there was a lot of bearish sentiment.
He points out that “if you had staked $5,000 in Tesla back then, your shares would be worth $471,875 today.” Which is a considerable gain in under 10 years.
Anyway, David says this was a career highlight for him, and that now he has a new recommendation that he is calling “The No. 1 Profit Opportunity of 2021.”
And it all revolves around the electric vehicle (EV) market.
He sets the scene by stating that he believes there’s lots of room for growth in the EV market to come. And one of the reasons he gives for this is because of a $44.5 billion infrastructure plan that he says calls for the building of 500,000 EV charging stations across America.
What he appears to be referring to is the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework.
And, while I’m not sure how he arrived at the $44.5 billion figure he cites, the plan does include the goal of building 500,000 EV chargers, and will spend a total of $1.2 trillion over eight years, as this article on Forbes points out.
Anyway, from here, David begins talking about two stocks he’s bullish on right now. One is a company in the electric vehicle charging space, and the other makes EV batteries.
In order to find out which companies he’s recommending though, you need to join his paid service, Extreme Disruptions Trader. But he did leave some clues, and after doing some digging, I think I know what they are. So let’s take a closer look at what he’s predicting.
Stock Recommendation 1
Here are the clues David provided in the presentation:
This company – which I call The Charging King – boasts the largest network of EV charging stations IN THE WORLD.
In the U.S., it has 39% market share with 6,895 stations. That’s more market share than Tesla.
Check in at any Marriott, Sheraton, Ritz-Carlton, Hyatt or Best Western and you’ll likely see one of its chargers in the parking lot.
Go shopping at Kohl’s, Target, Whole Foods or Safeway and you’re almost bound to see one of its chargers on site.
On Amazon’s list of bestselling home chargers, this company is No. 1!
And it’s CHEAP. About 95% cheaper than Tesla, to be exact.
Based on these clues, I think this one might be ChargePoint Holdings Inc (CHPT).
This one was almost too easy to solve, he provided a clue where he literally showed an image of the product being sold on Amazon. That alone was enough (lol).
But I kept researching to be sure, and was further able to verify many of the claims he made, like how he said it has 39% of the 6,895 charging station market share among others.
This (assuming I’m correct) is David’s number one EV stock for 2021. And he provides his full analysis of the company and why he likes it in a report titled “The EV IPO of the Decade.”
Stock Recommendation 2
The second stock pick has to do with a company that makes EV batteries.
Here are the clues he provides:
It can charge an EV to 80% of full capacity in just fifteen minutes.
And talk about a moat – this battery is protected by more than 200 patents!
Bill Gates sees the opportunity on the horizon. He’s invested upward of $20 million in The Battery Disrupter.
And its board of directors includes Tesla co-founder J.B. Straubel.
My guess is QuantumScape Corp (NYSE: QS).
- According to an article on CNBC, QuantumScape says testing shows that their EV battery can be charged to 80% capacity in around 15 minutes.
- An article on Motley Fool points out that they have over 200 patents.
- QuantumScape is backed by Bill Gates according to fortune.com
- J.B. Straubel is on the board according to an article on electrek.co
And, like the last pick, to get the full details (and verify his picks) you need to read his report, which in this case is titled “Battery Disrupter.”
And as I mentioned earlier, to access these reports, you need to join his paid service, Extreme Disruptions Trader. So let’s take a look at what it’s about and how it works.
Extreme Disruptions Trader Review
Extreme Disruptions Trader is an investment advisory service headed up by David Fessler of The Oxford Club, that’s focussed on small companies and using options to maximize profit.
Not everything recommended to members of Extreme Disruptions Trader has to do with EVs, he also recommends companies in the 5G, blockchain and artificial intelligence space, as well as companies in other emerging technology sectors.
Basically, David focusses on recommending smaller companies that are at the forefront of some type of emerging tech trend. Otherwise known as “disruptive” tech companies. Because these stock can have large upside potential if the company continues performing.
He also shows you how to leverage his picks using stock options.
Options are different to buying regular shares in that, with options, you don’t own the underlying shares. You are more or less speculating on the future price.
On the plus side, this can increase your returns. On the flip side, it’s more complicated and can significantly increase the downside risks. So, like anything there are pros and cons to it.
How does it work?
The basic idea is to signup for the service on The Oxford Club website, start learning from David and follow his recommendations with your own brokerage account.
How much could you make?
The site says the goal is to achieve 1,000% (10X) gains in the next 12 months. But at the end of the day, there are no guarantees. You could make 10X, 20X, zero, or you could even lose money.
What Do You Get If You Join?
Extreme Disruptions Trader is quite a comprehensive service.
As a member, you get access to training videos, special reports, updates, a model portfolio in the members website, and weekly trade recommendations.
Here’s a breakdown of what you get if you join:
- 12 months access to Extreme Disruptions Trader.
- Weekly Disruption Alerts (52 trade recommendations each year).
- Two bonus reports (The EV IPO of the Decade and Battery Disrupter) which detail the two EV stocks David is recommending for 2021.
- Five-part video series called “Options 101: Become a Pro Trader in Five Easy Steps” that walks you through how to leverage options to potentially increase gains.
- A training guide called The Options Bible that gives you even more training on how to trade using options including the best charts to use, key terms and concepts.
- Access to the model portfolio which shows you all of the stocks David is currently recommending, along with details like when he recommended each stock.
- Updates via email and text message, to keep you informed about what’s happening with the model portfolio.
Also, depending on which page you join through, you may get different bonus reports. In this case, the reports had to do with EVs, but services like this often run different promotions that focus on different market sectors, so it can vary depending on when/where you sign up.
How Much Does It Cost?
According to the company website, the cost of joining Extreme Disruptions Trader is normally $5,000. However, as part of the “No. 1 Profit Opportunity of 2021” presentation, the cost is $2,095 for two years.
Are There Any Guarantees?
There’s no guarantee you’ll make money with the service, nobody can promise you that because investing is risky and nobody can predict the future.
And it doesn’t come with a cash refund policy either.
However, it does come with a “Double Guarantee.”
The first part of this basically states that if you’re not happy with the service during your first 90 days, you can get a credit to use on another service run by The Oxford Club.
And the second part more or less says that if you don’t “see the chance” to make at least one 1,000% gain in 12 months, you get an additional year of access for free.
Who Is David Fessler?
According to The Oxford Club website, David Fessler has been actively trading stocks for almost five decades and has a background in electrical engineering.
Which no doubt helps him spot disruptive companies in the tech space, like the one he is probably best known for – Tesla. David says people often refer to him as Mr. Tesla because he was so early on this trade and was bullish on it when other “experts” weren’t.
Aside from being the lead editor of Extreme Disruptions Trader, and the Engineering Strategist of The Oxford Club, David also contributes to a popular service called Strategic Trends Investor with Matthew Carr.
And he has authored a best-selling book titled “The Energy Disruption Triangle: Three Sectors That Will Change How We Generate, Use, and Store Energy” which is available on Amazon.
Extreme Disruptions Trader is an investment advisory service run by David Fessler, that’s aimed at helping subscribers profit from disruptive tech companies through weekly trade alerts and insights, as well as education about becoming a successful trader.
Is it worth it?
Overall, I think this could be worth checking out if you’re interested in investing in smaller companies in the emerging tech space. Because this is David’s specialty, and the service is geared towards helping you take advantage of these types of opportunities.
On the other hand, it’s not exactly cheap, and it’s one of the riskier strategies out there. Betting on small companies in the emerging tech space is one thing, but trading these types of companies using options takes it to a whole other level. So it’s not for the conservative.
Either way, I hope you found this helpful. And if you’d like to share your thoughts on David’s service, feel free to leave a comment below.