What Is Matt McCall’s V2G Technology Stock Pick? (Revealed)

Today I’m looking into a presentation by Matt McCall centered around V2G technology, a new tech innovation that he believes could determine the success of electric vehicles.

“The success of EVs… could hinge on one brand-new tech innovation… called ‘V2G.'”

And he states that one V2G company he’s bullish on “could soar 1,000% or higher.”

What is V2G technology? And what stock is Matt McCall teasing?

Matt McCall shares all the details in a report called “The 10X Hidden EV Play,” which comes with a subscription to The McCall Report for $49.

However, I did my homework, and I believe I know what stock he is teasing. So, let’s start by breaking down what V2G technology is. Then, I’ll show you what stock matches McCall’s clues. And finally, I’ll give you an overview of the service he’s pitching.

What Is V2G Technology?

In the presentation, Matt McCall states that V2G is a technology that’s turning electric vehicles (EVs) into “mini power plants,” and that it “could solve the imminent energy crisis.”

“It’s an incredible new tech that meets the needs of drivers… and could solve the imminent energy crisis.”

What’s he talking about?

The technology Matt McCall is referring to is vehicle-to-grid technology.

Vehicle-to-grid (or V2G for short) is a smart charging technology that enables EV batteries to feed unused energy back into the power grid, which can then be used to power anything connected to the grid, including homes and businesses.

So, instead of being limited to charging your EV when the battery’s running low, this tech allows you to sell your EV battery’s excess power when it’s not needed.

And this is made possible using bidirectional charging stations, which allow you to charge and discharge energy from your EV battery as desired.

What’s the big deal?

One main benefit of V2G is that you can potentially earn money by sending unused power to the grid. But one question I had was, “why would you want to send power to the grid when you’ve only got to charge your EV again anyway?”

Well, I believe the answer to that is two-fold.

First, you could charge your EV during off-peak times when electricity rates are lower and send unused energy back to the grid during peak demand, when rates are higher. One study estimates this could help EV owners potentially save 13.6% on charging costs.

And second, this could be a big win for anyone with solar panels at home because if you’re able to charge your EV with solar and sell any excess power to the grid, it could help offset the cost of owning an EV and having solar installed in your home.

Not to mention, if and when solar develops to a point where EVs are fitted with solar panels, this tech could be even more promising.

There are numerous other potential benefits, too.

For instance, V2G tech could help stabilize the power grid, given how intermittent solar and wind power generation can be. And it could help incentivize renewable energy development, thus reducing fossil fuel dependence and making energy more affordable.

So, long story short… V2G is pretty cool tech.

But does that mean you’ll get rich following Matt McCall’s V2G stock pick?

Not necessarily, no. McCall says he’s found a V2G company that “could soar 1,000% or higher,” and that might be possible, but nobody knows which stocks will benefit most from V2G technology. So there’s no guarantee his pick will make you money.

Still, I was curious to know what stock he was teasing in the presentation, and in the next section, I’ll show you what I discovered after looking into his clues.

What V2G Stock Is Matt McCall Teasing?

Matt McCall didn’t reveal the name of the V2G company he’s bullish on in the presentation. Instead, he shares his pick in a report titled “The 10X Hidden EV Play,” which is a research report that comes with a subscription to The McCall Report.

But I think I’ve figured out what company he’s teasing.

So, let’s start by looking at a summary of the clues he shared in the presentation. Then, I’ll show you which company matches those clues.

“V2G just landed in the United States this past year… in a quiet little town in Illinois of all places.”

[…]

“After 25 years of research and development… four U.S. patents… eight foreign patents…

After literally writing the book on V2G technology… and getting cited almost 5,000 times…

This one company now holds the exclusive blueprints to the most advanced energy-share platform on the planet.”

[…]

“They’ve secured a partnership with Toyota, and recently signed a contract with the fourth largest battery maker in the world to produce 5,000 batteries with V2G tech built in.”

Based on the above clues, I believe Matt McCall’s pick is Nuvve Holding Corp (NVVE).

The clue that gave it away was the one about the patents. All it took to uncover this stock was to look for companies with V2G patents using Google. And the first one that came up was Nuvve, which holds multiple U.S. patents related to V2G technology.

Of course, that wasn’t enough to confirm McCall’s pick. So I kept on searching to see how it matched up with the other clues McCall shared, and it appears to match those, too.

Here’s a quick breakdown of why I think Nuvve is a match:

  • Nuvve Holding Corp is a San Diego-based company that specializes in vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. The company has a network of bidirectional charging stations throughout the U.S. (and abroad) that work with its GIVe™ (Grid Integrated Vehicle) platform. The company also has an EV fleet solutions service.
  • At first, McCall’s clue about how V2G “landed” in Illinois threw me off since Nuvve is based in San Diego. However, upon taking a closer look, he was (almost certainly) referring to how an eclectic bus company called Blue Bird delivered the first V2G-capable electric school bus in North America to a school in Illinois in partnership with Nuvve. So, the Illinois clue is a match.
  • According to the company website, Nuvve holds numerous U.S. and foreign patents related to its various products. And the latest investor presentation shows that the company has over 25 years of V2G research and development under its belt.
  • Toyota Tsusho and Chubu Electric Power started a project in Japan in 2018 to see how bidirectional EV charging would work with Japan’s grid, using Nuvve’s V2G platform.
  • Nuvve collaborated with BYD to integrate V2G technology into 5,000 battery electric vehicles. And my research suggests that BYD was the fourth largest EV battery producer in 2021.

So, I believe Nuvve is Matt McCall’s pick because it matches his clues like a glove.

The only clue that didn’t quite line up was the hint about how the company is “1/7,000th the size of Tesla.” Because Nuvve’s market cap is not that far behind Tesla. However, it depends on what metric McCall is using to compare the “size” of these two companies.

Either way, given how closely everything else matches, I highly doubt it would be any other company. So I’m locking in Nuvve as my guess for McCall’s V2G pick.

What Is Matt McCall’s V2G Prediction for 2022?

During the presentation, Matt McCall said that the biggest market moves all follow the same “S-curve” pattern of adoption and suggests that we are still potentially early on V2G.

“And that’s because, with every big breakthrough trend like this, the pattern is the same.

Adoption starts out slow as the technology develops…

Stories start to crop up in major publications…

Prices drop as the tech becomes cheaper…

More people start to buy…

Interest builds…

Then, boom! Lightning strikes.

Mainstream adoption takes off at a whiplash pace.

And the best companies – and their investors – can ride that surge for years.

Technologists call it an ‘S-curve.'”

In short, the S-curve is a model that shows how an innovation can start off slowly in the early stages, accelerate for a period of time as it matures, and stabilize towards the end.

And according to Matt McCall, V2G is at the “perfect inflection point in the S curve.” To illustrate this, he showed a chart of how we are likely at the bottom of the “acceleration” phase, where prices fall and adoption increases as the tech goes mainstream.

Why?

McCall cites numerous reasons for being bullish on V2G tech, such as falling battery prices, government incentives, and how EV adoption is picking up. However, according to Matt McCall, the “true catalyst” is a “major shift in policy.”

“The true catalyst driving the steep slope on this S-curve, and the real reason I’m reaching out to you about this big tech trend today… is a major shift in policy that will affect every American.”

The “shift in policy” he’s referring to relates to Law 110-140 and how a new EPA rule mandates that the average fleet-wide fuel efficiency of passenger cars and light trucks must be 55 miles per gallon by 2026.

In other words, it mandates that new vehicles must soon be more efficient.

“Law 110-140 mandates car manufacturers must keep their fleet of vehicles within a certain mile-per-gallon standard.

In an effort to improve carbon emissions, Biden has now changed the standards. Every car manufacturer must now produce vehicles that average 55 miles per gallon by December 2026.

If they miss that average by just a tenth of a percent, then they have to pay a fine for every single vehicle they manufacture that year.”

Long story short, McCall argues that to achieve this new standard, car manufacturers will have to start selling more electric vehicles than ever before.

“That means… the only way car manufacturers like Toyota, Ford, and Chevy will be able to achieve this… is by selling WAY more electric vehicles than they ever have before.”

[…]

“Some of the biggest and most powerful companies in the world now have a huge economic incentive to ramp up their EV sales, like never before in history.

It’s not just the “cool eco-friendly options” anymore… it’s life or death for these companies.”

So, based on what he states in the Stansberry Research presentation, Matt McCall is predicting that 2022 could be a stellar year for V2G technology. And he suggests that those who get in early could make a “ton of money.”

“In short, what’s coming in 2022 for this new technology is a rare kind of inflection point I am confident could make you a ton of money, if you act immediately.”

I don’t have a crystal ball, so I have no idea if Matt McCall’s prediction will play out as he suggests. But I do know that investing is risky and that even a so-called “sure thing” can end up losing you money. So there’s no guarantee you’ll profit by investing in V2G.

Still, McCall has made notable predictions in the past, and while that doesn’t mean this one will work out, it will be interesting to see how it all unfolds. And at the very least, I think the technology itself is cool and potentially game-changing long-term.

Who Is Matt McCall?

Matt McCall is a former stockbroker turned stockpicker who works for a financial publishing company called Stansberry Research, where he shares investment research and ideas.

According to his Stansberry Research profile, McCall started his career at Charles Schwab before becoming an analyst on Wall Street Radio and founding three companies.

One company was a Registered Investment Advisory called Penn Financial Group. Another was CrowdVest, an equity crowdfunding platform. And the third company was a broker-dealer called CrowdVest Securities.

Prior to joining Stansberry, McCall worked over at a different publishing company called InvestorPlace. But for whatever reason, he made the transition to Stansberry Research in 2021 and started his flagship advisory, The McCall Report.

He also runs a higher-end service called MegaTrend Investor.

Concerning his track record, McCall says that he’s recommended “more than 120 triple-figure winners… 40 ten-baggers… and one 100x’er” over the past 20 years.

Not all of his picks have worked out that well. And I’m not sure what his average track record has been when you factor in the winning and losing trades. But overall, he seems like a genuine expert, and he does appear to have made some decent calls in his time.

What Is The McCall Report?

The McCall Report is Matt McCall’s flagship advisory service, where he shares his latest research and stock picks with subscribers each month.

The newsletter service focuses on helping subscribers benefit from what Matt McCall refers to as the “Roaring 2020s,” and the companies he believes are “embracing the monumental changes set to occur over the next 10 years.”

The industries the service focuses on vary but are mostly related to technology or biotechnology—for instance, artificial intelligence, 5G, electric vehicles, and healthcare-related tech. Basically, any emerging industry he believes could soar in the years ahead.

And each month, he shares his market analysis, stock picks, and research into the companies he recommends in the newsletter.

Aside from that, subscribers get access to the McCall Report model portfolio, a list of Matt McCall’s top stock picks, updates on his picks, and some bonus reports.

The first bonus report is the one I mentioned earlier that details his V2G stock pick (“The 10X Hidden EV Play”), but there are two others.

One is called “The Four Must-Own Companies Powering the Battery Revolution,” and the other is called “America First: One Little-Known Stock to Buy Right Away and Revive the American Economy.”

He doesn’t provide many clues on those picks in the presentation, so the only way to find out what those are is to sign up for the service.

How much does it cost?

The McCall Report retails at $199, but Stansberry is running a special that allows you to join for $49 through the “V2G presentation” we’ve discussed in this post. However, the service automatically renews at $199 after the first 12 months.

Can you get a refund? According to the Stansberry Research website, the company has a 30-day refund policy in place with this service.

Is it legit and worthwhile?

The McCall Report is a legitimate service. I say this because McCall is a real investment expert, and Stansberry Research is a legitimate company. So, while there is never a guarantee you’ll make following the stock picks, the service is not a scam.

Whether or not it’s worthwhile, however, is something only you can decide. In the end, this will come down to factors like your preference, risk tolerance, and goals as an investor.

If you want to know more about the service before signing up, I recommend checking out my full McCall Report review because, in it, I go into more detail on what to expect.

Bottom Line

Matt McCall’s V2G prediction centers around vehicle-to-grid technology, a tech that allows EV owners to effectively sell energy to the grid through bidirectional charging stations, and how McCall thinks this technology is at an “inflection point” that could benefit investors.

My research suggests that the company he’s teasing is Nuvve Holding Corp (ticker: NVVE) because it matches the clues he shared in the Stansberry Research presentation.

But to find out for sure and access McCall’s research on the company, the best thing to do would be to check out his newsletter service, The McCall Report.

Whatever you decide, I hope you found this helpful. And I’m always keen to hear your thoughts, so feel free to drop a comment below if you want to add your two cents.

3 thoughts on “What Is Matt McCall’s V2G Technology Stock Pick? (Revealed)”

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