Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp. Class A (SPAQ)

8.96
0.19 2.08
NYSE
Prev Close 9.15
Open 9.21
Day Low/High 8.94 / 9.49
52 Wk Low/High 8.70 / 21.60
Volume 4.32M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 69.00B
Market Cap 631.35M
P/E Ratio 89.60
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

The simple fact is you'll rarely call tops or bottoms but recognizing trends and changes in trends is a key to survival.

To see the immediate selling in the stock on the off chance Hindenburg's report could possibly be on SPAQ is downright scary.

Without knowing your mindset or opinion around a stock or the market, you can become paralyzed by analysis.

By waiting, watching and acting quickly, I took advantage of an almost surreal trade on this electric vehicle name.

Bring your boots and umbrella to the market, but don't be too concerned about the action.

These 3 SPACs are very active in today's trading. This is where the action is.

Market players aren't dumping stocks, they are just looking for better opportunities.

If you are focusing on the indices, you are missing some good trading opportunities.

Their upside may mean more limits to the upside of other players in the market.

Both Net Element and Spartan Energy are related to the EV market.

I'm a buyer of Spartan Energy Acquisition, but with a patience level beyond Veruca Salt.

It's probably time to start paying more attention to Nikola. And watch Tortoise Acquisition and Spartan Energy.

PRCP is the swing component of the Fisker plus Volkswagen deal.

Let's review some names like TSLA, WIMI and NEXCF, and then eye a play for special purpose acquisition company Churchill Capital Corp III.

We will anticipate, that's how the market works. No matter how we spin it those are anticipatory moves.