Market Matters Live Q&A: Is it too late to buy battery metal stocks

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James Gerrish

Market Matters

By 2030, it’s expected that 145 million electric vehicles globally will be on the road, up from just seven million in 2021. Power grids are transitioning to more sustainable means and governments are being rolled as a consequence of their climate policies. The global energy transition is clearly underway. 

Join me and Shaw & Partners' Peter O'Connor & Michael Clark and hear how we are investing for this tectonic shift. 

In the webinar we will cover  the outlook for battery metals, whether investors have priced in too much optimism and where the best opportunities in Australia are at the moment.

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James Gerrish
Portfolio Manager
Market Matters

James is Portfolio Manager & Primary Author at Market Matters, a daily investment report with over 2500 subscribers that offers real market insight. He is also Senior Portfolio Manager within Shaw and Partners heading up a team that manages...

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