Mostly employed palladium in catalytic converters might lose aggressive demand from automakers very soon since electric cars are getting the highest number of pre-orders from eco-oriented drivers. For example, Tesla Cybertruck recently got more than 250,000 orders just in five days after official debut. There is a clear prediction that even hybrid vehicles may disappear soon with their “green tech” backed exhaustion system. The growing shortage of palladium obviously would end if electric cars conquered the mass auto market.
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Therefore smart investors partially could enjoy the situation with palladium’s rising price. Only Russia and South Africa have it while Europe and China enforce strict regulations on carbon dioxide emissions thus making car manufacturers use the palladium most often.
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