New EV Set to Disrupt the Entire Auto Industry

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It’s the vehicle that could finally take EVs mainstream.

The Wall Street Journal calls it “an American manufacturing triumph.”

It’s shockingly cheap – as much as 50% cheaper than the competition.

It has 775 pound-feet of torque, and it can even power an entire home for up to 10 days.

Until now, this was just a pipe dream. But now it’s a reality…

And it won’t just be the auto industry that gets affected by this breakthrough.

One of the most famous investors in history – a man who spent over 25 years on Wall Street and managed several billion-dollar hedge funds – is convinced that the company behind this vehicle is poised to disrupt the entire $1.3 trillion EV boom.

The stage is now set for the automaker to make a MAJOR move, as soon as October 27th.

And it could send Wall Street into a buying frenzy…

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About Whitney Tilson 

Whitney Tilson is the founder and CEO of Empire Financial Research, as well as the editor of the Empire Investment Report and Empire Stock Investor.

He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College with a bachelor’s degree in government in 1989. After college, he helped Wendy Kopp launch Teach for America and then spent two years as a consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. He earned his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1994, where he graduated in the top 5% of his class and was named a Baker Scholar.

Tilson spent much of his childhood in Tanzania and Nicaragua (his parents, both educators, were former Peace Corps volunteers who have since retired to Kenya). As a young child, he was part of the famed Stanford “marshmallow test.” Prior to creating Empire Financial Research, Whitney Tilson founded and ran Kase Capital Management, which managed three value-oriented hedge funds and two mutual funds. Starting out of his bedroom with only $1 million, Tilson grew assets under management to more than $200 million.

An accomplished writer, Tilson recently published his fourth book, The Art of Playing Defense: How to Get Ahead by Not Falling Behind. He has also co-authored two books, The Art of Value Investing: How the World’s Best Investors Beat the Market (2013) and More Mortgage Meltdown: 6 Ways to Profit in These Bad Times (2009), and was a contributor to Poor Charlie’s Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger (2005), the definitive book on Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger.

He has also written for Forbes, the Financial TimesKiplinger’s, the Motley Fool, and He was featured in two 60 Minutes segments – one in December 2008 about the housing crisis, which won an Emmy, and another in March 2015 about Lumber Liquidators. Tilson has appeared dozens of times on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, and Fox Business Network and has been profiled by the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post.

In his spare time, Tilson is involved with a number of charities focused on education reform and Africa. For his philanthropic work, he received the 2008 John C. Whitehead Social Enterprise Award from the Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York. He is a member (and served as chairman) of the Manhattan chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization.

Tilson is an avid mountaineer, having climbed the Nose of El Capitan in June 2020 and summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt. Blanc, the Matterhorn, and the Eiger. He also regularly competes in obstacle course races and is the all-time record holder in the 50+ age group at the 24-hour World’s Toughest Mudder, having completed 75 miles and nearly 300 obstacles in 2016. Tilson currently lives in Manhattan with his wife of 27 years, with whom he has three young adult daughters.