The Jason Williams “Exxon Slayer” Stock Revealed

Angel Publishing’s Jason Williams is back with another stock teaser presentation, and this time, it’s about a so-called “Exxon Slayer” stock that he claims could “unleash a tidal wave of new wealth” for those who take advantage of it.

“Like a coiled spring getting tighter and tighter, the ‘Exxon Slayer’ is about to unleash a tidal wave of new wealth that smart investors can ride to their own personal fortune.”


What is the Exxon Slayer? Why is Jason Williams pitching it? And is it hype or real?

That’s what I wanted to know. So I picked apart the presentation to find out what company he was teasing (and why), and in this post, I’ll show you exactly what I found.

Including the name and ticker of his Exxon Slayer stock pick.

So, with that said, let’s get right into it!

Breaking Down Jason Williams’ “Exxon Slayer” Teaser

Jason Williams’ Exxon Slayer pitch is all about lithium.

According to Williams, large oil companies are preparing for an “inevitable shift” toward a future where fossil fuels are less dominant and are turning to lithium since it’s the “key ingredient” in the batteries powering EVs, smartphones, laptops, and renewables.

More specifically, he claims that Exxon Mobil, one of the largest oil companies in the world, wants to become the “global leader” in lithium production. And that it has acquired the rights to 120,000 acres of the Smackover formation in southern Arkansas.

This land, according to Williams, could contain four million tons of lithium, or enough to power 50 million electric vehicles (EVs).

So, long story short, he claims that oil giant Exxon is going all in on lithium because the world is turning away from fossil fuels, and lithium is the future (etc).

Cool story…

But how does the “Exxon Slayer” fit into all of this?

Well, according to Williams, the Exxon Slayer is a “much smaller” company that is “significantly outpacing Exxon.”

“… there’s another company much smaller than Exxon that’s already operating in this basin…

“Which I’m calling the ‘Exxon Slayer.’

“This firm is significantly outpacing Exxon, already advancing lithium production to commercial levels.”

How is it “outpacing” Exxon?

In short, Williams claims the company is building “America’s first large-scale lithium production facility” in the same area as Exxon (Smackover basin in southern Arkansas) and that it can produce lithium faster and cleaner than traditional methods.

“This nimble company has developed an innovative method capable of producing battery-grade lithium in just six hours.

“That’s 1,440 TIMES faster than traditional methods, which usually take 12 months or more…

“All while bypassing environmentally damaging practices like strip mining and the use of chemical-laden evaporative ponds.”


“It’s building America’s first large-scale lithium production facility…

“On a site that contains an estimated 1.8 million tons of lithium.

“That’s roughly $37.4 BILLION worth of lithium at today’s prices.

“The firm will soon begin producing 30,000 tons of lithium per year for the next two decades.”

So, he claims the company can produce battery-grade lithium in six hours and that it is sitting on billions worth of lithium right now.

He also claims that the company’s technology is “far from theoretical” because it’s been “rigorously tested” over three years at a pilot plant in southern Arkansas.

That sounds exciting…

I mean, if demand for EVs grows and Jason Williams’ Exxon Slayer company can produce lithium so much faster and cleaner… then maybe his prediction about a “tidal wave of new wealth” could be right.

But then again, if there’s one thing I’ve learned by analyzing 100s of stock teasers, it’s that there’s no such thing as a sure thing in the world of investing.

So, I would recommend taking what Williams says with a grain of salt.

Especially since we have already seen a slowdown in demand for EVs in 2024, and especially since some of his past presentations have been way overhyped.

Nevertheless, I was curious to know what stock Jason Williams was teasing. So I looked into the clues he shared in the teaser, and I think I’ve figured it out.

What Is the Exxon Slayer Stock?

So far, we know the following about the so-called “Exxon Slayer” stock:

  • The company is building a large-scale lithium production facility in the Smackover basin in southern Arkansas.
  • It has developed a method of producing battery-grade lithium in a matter of hours that is supposedly better for the environment than traditional methods.
  • It could soon produce 30,000 tons of lithium a year.

What else did Williams say about it?

Aside from what I just mentioned, he said that the multi-billionaire Koch brothers have invested $100 million in the company.

And that “shares are still around $1.”

What could it be?

It looks like Jason Williams “Exxon Slayer” stock pick is Standard Lithium Ltd, a lithium mining company based in Canada (NYSEMKT: SLI).

A chart of Standard Lithium stock as of June 24, 2024 taken from the Google search results.

Here’s why I say that:

  • The company has multiple lithium mining projects in the southern Arkansas Smackover Formation (source).
  • The company issued a press release in 2023 stating that the results of a Preliminary Feasibility Study indicated that it can produce 30,000 tons of lithium a year.
  • The same press release appears to confirm Jason Williams’ clue about how the company’s site has an estimated 1.8 million tons of lithium.
  • According to the above press release, the company has come up with an “environmentally friendly” method of producing lithium that reduces processing time “from months to hours.”
  • And according to Barrons, KSP (Koch Strategic Platforms) invested $100 million into Standard Lithium (though that was back when it was around $7 a share).
  • Standard Lithium is currently trading at USD $1.20 as of writing, matching Jason Williams’ final clue.

So, it looks like Standard Lithium is a match.

I’m not a lithium mining expert, so I don’t know how unique the company’s mining process is, nor do I know if it’s a good investment idea or not.

But this does appear to be the stock Jason Williams is teasing.

How can you find out more?

Jason Williams has put together a report that breaks down his research called “The Exxon Slayer: The Small Firm Pioneering the Future of American Lithium.”

The catch, however, is that to access that report, you need to join his $1,999 service called Future Giants.

I didn’t do that, so I don’t know if it’s a good service or not, but that is how you can access Jason Williams’ report on the company.

You could also do your own research online if you want to know more, but there’s not a lot of information about the company online as of writing.

Bottom Line

It’s easy to get excited when you come across a presentation like the one we’ve discussed here because they always sound so amazing.

Like as if you’ve just stumbled across the best kept secret in the history of investing.

But I would strongly encourage you to do your own due diligence.

Because no one can predict which stocks will go up or down.

And remember, the folks who release these presentations have every incentive to make it sound as amazing as possible to sell more newsletter subscriptions.

In any case, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and that, at the very least, it has saved you a bunch of money joining Jason Williams’ service just to find out what he’s pitching.

Thanks for reading, and all the best!

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