Moving On Up


When it comes to driving and you hear the word “class” – which brand comes to mind?


There’s so many luxury car companies out there – it may be hard to settle on just one.


Mercedes, Lexus, Cadillac, Audi, BMW…


These vehicles and brands have always seemed to be synonymous with “class” – and of them, BMW (BAMXF) has always seemed to shine a little bit brighter than the rest.


The reasons why would be hard to put your finger on…


Is it the sleek style? The precision engineering? The quality interior? Is it all of these combined?


Regardless, there’s a reason they’re the 4th biggest car company in the world behind Toyota (TM), Daimler (DDAIF) and Volkswagen (VLKAY).




Scratch that, they were the 4th biggest car company in the world.


I say WERE because they’ve just been surpassed in value by $400 million by one of the world’s FASTEST growing companies the automobile industry has ever seen…


Tesla (TSLA).


Yes, I know I talk about Telsa, and their wunderkind founder Elon Musk, a lot – but there’s a good reason for that: it’s because it seems almost everything this man touches turns to gold.


If there’s one thing I’m always sure to do – it’s to pay special attention to those people who have a knack for making themselves and their investors a lot of money.


The most amazing part of Tesla leapfrogging BMW is how lopsidedly low Tesla’s production and delivery is compared to the German auto giant’s.



In 2016, BMW delivered over 2 million vehicles – yes, 2,000,000 – while electric upstart Tesla delivered fewer than 80,000 cars – that’s a difference of 25 to 1!


However, even at that deficit, Tesla’s value comes in at $61.6 billion, while investors value BMW at $61.2 billion – I don’t know about you, but $400 million isn’t chump change to me.


Again, only Toyota, Daimler, and Volkswagen are ahead of Tesla in valuation – and it may not be long until Musk’s company catches up to them.


If you’re wondering how something like this happened, it’s simple…


Tesla has been saying for a while now that they’d love to produce 1 million cars a year by 2020 – and the closer we get to that date – the higher we could watch Tesla’s stock go.
Not only that…
Tesla isn’t just a car company anymore – they’re trying to own the entire process for electric cars. Meaning that they don’t want to use outside sources for the batteries they put in their cars – they want to be the ones to provide them.
It’d be like Ford (F) or Chevy (GM) ALSO owning its own oil company that provided gas to it’s customers.
It’s a win/win for both Tesla and shareholders.
This is especially smart when you understand that combustion engines could soon become a thing of the past – as the entire industry is moving more and more towards electric cars.


If Tesla can get a jump on being the battery behind it all – the company would be making money hand over fist.


That would be a beautiful thing…


But Elon Musk isn’t the only genius out there – there are other up and coming companies that could have the same potential as Tesla when all is said and done – and I’m actively following many of those as we speak.


I’d love to have you on board when I email this recommendation out to my subscribers – as I believe it could put you on the fast track to some nice profits.


I may have one ready to go soon – so I hope you consider becoming a subsciber of GorillaTrades today.


But even if you don’t – do yourself a favor and do what I’ve done…


Scour the internet for those companies that are innovating the future as Tesla has been able to do – once you find one, you never know – you may be holding on to the next Tesla!


Let the future tell the truth, and evaluate each one according to his work and accomplishments. The present is theirs; the future, for which I have really worked, is mine.” – Nikola Tesla