|Day Low/High||51.95 / 55.60|
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I'm looking at using these vehicles as potential upside with limited downside when the market could get rocky.
The company designs and manufactures purpose-built, automotive-grade, all-electric vehicles, targeting the low-speed electric vehicle market.
We will anticipate, that's how the market works. No matter how we spin it those are anticipatory moves.
While valuations still aren't as high as they got in 2000, a lot of recent investor behavior feels very familiar.
Don't mistake a fear of missing out for a fundamental change in the industry.
An investor's job -- long or short -- is to take the opposite side of a position, and here's why we should take a critical look at this electric vehicle company.
Let me tell you about a time in the '80s when I was trying to get clients some Berkshire shares -- and how it relates to now, when you can buy fractional shares of terrific companies like Amazon.
The potential for a short squeeze remains in play as well.
To navigate this market effectively right now you have to understand that there are two major groups at work.
The EV market is nowhere near saturation yet. I believe we'll have some additional expansion before we begin to see takeovers.
This one is a tough chase, so I would have to consider put sales for an entry right now.
Prices have soared like a cannabis play or a solar play as everyone believes they need to buy the next new thing.
FAANG stocks -- and particularly Apple -- lead the day higher, showing the market continues to defy the headlines.
Beware of 'confirmation bias,' especially when it comes to this company's stock and warrants.
Right now there's still too many pockets of good momentum to worry much about overall market conditions.
Marty Zweig's dictums: 'Don't fight the Fed and don't fight the tape.'
In this example, a headline about Nikola mislead investors while also creating a quick trade opportunity.
The higher you work your way up the strike ladder, the higher the yield, but my goal here is to find an attractive return with low risk.
The 'don't fight the Fed' Bulls are going head-to-head with the 'sell the news' bears.
Trading stocks that one knows are worthless -- and that even have declared bankruptcy -- because they are rising is a 'fool's errand.'
* In nearly every market cycle, speculation in low-quality, virtually valueless and literally bankrupt stocks, marks a market top * Statewide "shelter at home" orders coupled with the Fed's liquidity injections and commission-free trading (on most p...
There has been a healthy amount of good news for tech companies since mid-March. But some major negatives still exist as well.
It has been two decades since there was 'bubbly' action like we are seeing now.
Let's look at what's responsible for the incredible rally in the Nasdaq, because it's much more indicative of what's really going on in this market than the endless run in hospitality and travel.
I expect investors to use NIO as the completion of the EV trifecta for trading and investing.
We have reached peak 'Greater Fool Theory' -- and here's how to move forward.
The new options are trading on the stock, so using a put spread might be a better way to target a lower entry.