Buying This Stock Now Could Be Like Buying Tesla 5 Years Ago

When it comes to looking for the best stocks to buy for the next 10 years, AI-powered energy storage solution provider Stem — who is going public through a merger with Star Peak Energy Transition Corp. (NYSE:STPK) — should be at the top of your list. Why? Because buying STPK stock could be like buying Tesla (NASDQ:TSLA) stock five years ago.

It’s hard to make the argument that Tesla has not been among the best investments over the past five years.

In early 2016, Tesla’s stock price hovered around $30. Since then, it has soared more than 2,500% to nearly $900 at its most recent high point.

Tesla’s stock has risen so much that it has turned a group of early investors into millionaires. These “lucky” investors have their own moniker — “Teslanaires.”

Over the next five years, those “lucky” enough to buy into Stem’s stock early could follow in the footsteps of TSLA stock. By 2025, we could be talking about “Stemanaires.”

Today, Stem is in the early stages of flipping the global multi-trillion-dollar energy industry on its head. As the company does exactly that throughout the 2020s, STPK stock will roar higher, much as Elon Musk & Co. did five years ago.

The Key to Tesla’s Success

To understand the bull thesis on STPK stock, we need to first answer a very important question: Why is Tesla – a car company – worth more than $800 billion?

To answer, we turn to Chamath Palihapitiya, who put it best:

“The reality is that Tesla is a distributed energy business. They are figuring out how to harness energy, how to store it, and then how to use in a way to allow humans to be productive. Cars are a manifestation. But solar panels are as well. Power walls are as well… the big disruption that’s coming is to power utilities. There are trillions of dollars of bonds, of capex, of value sitting inside the energy generation infrastructure of the world that is going to go upside down.”

Chamath should know, as he was an early Facebook executive who became a super successful venture capitalist. And he’s 100% correct in joining the bullish chorus. Tesla is not just a car company. It’s an energy company.

The energy infrastructure as we know it — the one controlled by utility companies — will be dismantled and reassembled in the 2020s.

What takes its place will be a more democratized, decentralized version. An electric grid integrated with solar, wind, hydrogen, power walls and much more, all plugged into the existing grid. This will transform homes and offices into their own “energy generation hubs,” capable of producing always-on and yet cost-effective clean energy.

At the center of it all, is Tesla.

Tesla’s attractive positioning within this multi-trillion-dollar Distributed Energy Revolution is largely why TSLA has taken off like a rocket. But Elon Musk won’t be alone … Stem will also share the spotlight within this energy revolution. And at this very moment, Stem’s potential at the epicenter of the Distributed Energy Revolution is severely undervalued.

Stem Is the Early Leader in Energy Storage

Energy storage is key to the the Distributed Energy Revolution.

Currently, the world’s major sources of clean energy are intermittent. But if you could store the power from solar panels or wind energy in batteries, it would completely change the energy paradigm.

Tesla has exposure to this paradigm-shifting revolution with its Powerwall, but it’s not the leader. The leader is Stem.

Stem’s primary business is in the creation, selling and installation of an energy storage solution powered by artificial intelligence (AI). It’s solutions are paired with solar-power generation systems, and is powered by Athena.

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