Last year, a high-level Tesla representative rushed to the Nation’s Capital.
There, behind closed doors, she delivered an urgent message to a roomful of D.C. insiders.
Tesla was facing an impending shortage of a crucial metal…
And they were desperate to find a reliable supply.
He even suggested Tesla might get in the mining business, just to guarantee a steady supply of lithium.
“We’ll do whatever we have to,” Musk said.
But, according to angel investor and mining expert Dave Forest, Tesla won’t have to do its own mining.
It’s just 214 miles away from Tesla’s giant Gigafactory.
And at full production, it could supply Tesla with 46 years’ worth of lithium.
One tiny $4 company owns the mine.
And shares could soar if they sign a deal with Tesla.