Today I’m looking into a new presentation by Keith Kohl of Angel Publishing about “Infinite Lithium,” an investment he says “could turn every $500 into $39,915 for early movers.”
According to Kohl, the company behind “Infinite Lithium” has “developed a technology for creating an infinite supply of super-rich lithium” without mining it.
Considering how vital lithium is for electric vehicles and the current supply/demand dynamic of this resource, I wanted to learn more.
So I did my homework on Kohl’s prediction. And in this post, I’ll show you everything I found, including the name of the “tiny $10 company” he’s teasing.
Overview of the “Infinite Lithium” Teaser
Keith Kohl’s “Infinite Lithium” presentation intrigued me from the beginning.
Why? Because firstly, lithium is a common raw material used for making electric vehicle batteries. It’s also used in laptop and smartphone batteries and energy storage systems for solar and wind. So it’s an essential resource for the transition away from fossil fuels.
And second, as Kohl points out, if demand for lithium continues, which it most likely will, there could be a shortage of lithium in the future.
So, I was intrigued because the impression I initially got was that Keith Kohl had found a company that could supply an infinite amount of lithium. And if that’s the case, that could be an incredible opportunity for investors.
Especially since, according to Keith Kohl, the company produces lithium without mining it, and it does so “cheaper than the cost of traditional lithium mining.”
Keith Kohl also talks about how the so-called “Infinite Lithium” production process could be potentially less damaging to the environment since traditional lithium mining is an energy-intensive process that “uses a slew of toxic chemicals.”
“There are NO toxic chemicals used in its entire lithium production process.”
“It doesn’t produce any emissions or wastewater.”
“And there is NO risk of fire or explosion.”
Long story short, the company Keith Kohl is teasing sounds like a win-win because it could be a great investment (he claims it could help investors turn $500 into $39,915, which is a 7,883% gain) while also being a better option for the environment.
So it sounds good… but is this a legit opportunity or overhyped BS?
That’s what I wanted to find out. So I looked into the clues Keith Kohl shared in the presentation, and in the next section, I’ll show you what company he’s teasing.
What Is Keith Kohl’s “Infinite Lithium” Stock Pick?
As expected, Keith Kohl didn’t share his pick in the presentation. Instead, he reveals it in a report called” ‘Infinite Lithium’: How to Get in on the Ground Floor of the Energy Breakthrough of the Century,” which comes with an Energy Investor subscription.
However, I looked into his clues and believe that the “Infinite Lithium” company Keith Kohl is teasing is Li-Cycle Holdings (ticker: LICY).
Li-Cycle is a Canadian lithium-ion battery recycling company based in Toronto. And according to the company website, it’s creating “a secondary supply of critical battery metals” while also “ensuring a sustainable future for our planet.”
The company says it recycles lithium-ion batteries using “proprietary Spoke & Hub Technologies.” The “Spoke” transforms lithium-ion batteries into an inert product, and the “Hub” processes the material further so it can be used to make lithium-ion battery products.
That’s my understanding of how it works, anyway.
And to explain why I think Li-Cycle is Keith Kohl’s pick, let’s look at the clues he shares in the Angel Publishing presentation. Then, I’ll explain why these clues match Li-Cycle.
Here’s an overview of Keith Kohl’s clues:
“This company’s stock currently trades for around $10 a share.”
“Because this firm has just built the largest ‘Infinite Lithium’ factory in North America.”
“It’s a $175 million state-of-the-art facility, and it’s right here in the good ol’ USA…”
“An investment subsidiary of the Kochs plunked down $100 million to help the firm rapidly expand its operations across North America.”
“Major billion-dollar automakers have already signed huge deals with this little-known firm…”
“Currently, this firm can create enough material to power a whopping 20,000 electric cars a year.”
As always, I start my research with the most obvious clues and run a quick Google search to see what comes up. Then, I look further into the other clues.
In this case, I Googled the following CNET quote that Keith Kohl shared during the presentation: “Biden Wants to Go Big on [‘Infinite Lithium’].” That led me to this cnet.com article, which is all about battery recycling.
From there, I Googled “$175 million lithium recycling facility US” because that was a pretty specific clue. And right away, an article on electrek.co came up, stating that “Li-Cycle will construct a $175 million Li-ion battery recycling plant in New York.”
Then, I went through each of the clues above, and Li-Cycle fits like a glove.
- First, Li-Cycle (LICY) is trading at about $7 per share as of writing.
- Second, Koch Investments Group invested $100 million into Li-Cycle in 2021.
- Third, according to TechCrunch, a joint venture between General Motors and LG Chem called Ultium Cells LLC have an agreement with Li-Cycle to “recycle critical materials from the scrap produced from Ultium’s manufacturing processes.”
- Fourth, according to Barron’s, the company’s facilities are capable of processing 10,000 tons of material a year, which is enough to power an estimated 20,000 EVs.
So, Li-Cycle is a match because it aligns with Keith Kohl’s clues.
Should you invest in this company?
I don’t provide investment advice, so I’ll leave that for you to decide. However, according to Keith Kohl, the company he’s teasing “is set to experience up to an incredible 7,883% surge in revenue.” And he claims his pick could help investors turn $500 into $39,915.
I’m not sure where he got those figures from, but that’s a bold prediction. And there’s no guarantee any investment will make you money, let alone a four-figure percent gain.
Either way, Keith Kohl reveals his pick (and why he’s interested in the company) in the report I mentioned earlier, which you can only get by joining Energy Investor. So let’s take a look at what this service is and how it works to help you decide if it’s worth it.
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How Does Energy Investor Work?
Energy Investor is an Angel Publishing investment advisory service run by Keith Kohl focused on moneymaking opportunities in the energy sector.
As a subscriber of Energy Investor, you get access to the “Infinite Lithium” research report, and other investment recommendations from Keith Kohl centered around the oil, natural gas, and alternative energy sectors.
According to Keith Kohl, “No other market right now offers the kind of long-term profit potential as energy.” And the Angel Publishing website says that the service was designed to help investors find “the world’s most exciting and innovative energy companies” that could be vital to meeting the world’s future energy demand.
How much does it cost?
A subscription to the Energy Investor service costs $99 per year, or $179 if you choose a two-year subscription. And according to the Angel Publishing website, the service comes with a six-month refund policy.
What do you get if you join?
The core benefit of joining Energy Investor is getting access to the monthly issues of Energy Investor, which detail Kohl’s latest investment recommendation.
However, you also get access to the model portfolio, updates on Kohl’s recommended investments, and some bonus research reports.
One is called “The Apex Charger: Hidden Life-Changing Gains From the EV Revolution,” and details an EV charging company Keith Kohl is interested in.
Here are the clues he provides about this company:
“This firm already boasts a considerable 34% share of the entire EV charging market, with more than 14,000 EV charging locations across the U.S at the moment.”
What could it be? From what I can see, Keith Kohl doesn’t share any other clues about this company but based on the above hints; it could be ChargePoint (CHPT). This company has more than 14,000 EV charging stations and a 65%+ market share.
The second report you get with an Energy Investor subscription is titled “The Undiscovered Tech Company Behind the Coming ‘TriFuel-238’ Revolution.” The clues on this one are very vague, but according to a StockGumshoe article, it could be Lightbridge Corp (LTBR).
Of course, if you want to find out what companies Kohl is interested in first-hand, it’d be best to join the service and read the reports, but that’s what my research uncovered.
Is Keith Kohl the Real Deal?
Keith Kohl is the editor of three Angel Publishing advisories: Energy Investor, Technology and Opportunity, and Topline Trader.
We’ve already discussed Energy Investor, but if you want to learn more about the other two, you can check out my Technology and Opportunity review, and I discussed Topline Trader in my article on Keith Kohl’s Project Greenlight system.
You can also see my research on other Keith Kohl stock picks here.
In short, Kohl’s specialty is in energy- and technology-related investments. There’s not much information about his background on the Angel Publishing website, but he is the company’s “director of energy research,” and he shares numerous examples of triple-digit energy stocks he’s recommended to subscribers over the years.
I don’t know Keith Kohl personally, nor am I privy to all of his picks. However, he seems to be a genuine expert based on my research. And Angel Publishing is a legitimate financial publishing company based in Baltimore.
The idea of a company being able to make an infinite supply of lithium without digging holes in the ground caught my attention, and that’s what Keith Kohl’s “Infinite Lithium” presentation suggested. Specifically, this part of the presentation:
“Scientists have developed a technology for creating an infinite supply of super-rich lithium right here in America WITHOUT having to mine a single ounce.”
If you’ve read this far, you’ll know that my guess on Kohl’s stock pick is Li-Cycle. Of course, I never claim to be 100% correct on my analysis, but I’m confident this is his lithium pick.
And, assuming my guess is correct, this company doesn’t produce an unlimited supply of lithium. So, I suggest taking some of Kohl’s marketing with a pinch of salt.
However, Li-Cycle does recycle lithium-ion batteries, and from what I understand, lithium-ion batteries can be continually recycled. So I guess that could help explain Kohl’s clever “Infinite Lithium” marketing angle.
Either way, I found the presentation interesting, and I learned about a process I’d never even thought of until now. And, while there’s no guarantee you’ll make money following Keith Kohl’s investment recommendations, his service could be worth checking out if you’re interested in betting on the energy sector.
What about you? Do you think lithium recycling is the solution to an increasingly battery-dependent world? And have you tried Energy Investor? Let us know in the comments.