Jim Cramer and I are on the same page.
PLL traded sideways to lower until early September when traders may have gotten a hint the company was going to strike a deal with Tesla.
Jim Farley must walk a fine line of adapting to new realities, maintaining Ford's fortress balance sheet, and keeping the family happy. Here's my take on the name.
The charts and indicators of the auto parts retailer are in pretty good shape, but market weakness could drag down its stock.
Shares of the industrial and technology giant have been listless for quite a while but finally appear poised for a rally.
An analyst pointed out that a spinoff of GM's electric vehicle unit could be in the works, but that doesn't mean you should hit the gas on buying shares.
Perceptron has tools for both electric and combustion engines; here's how to trade it.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
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.
Beware of 'confirmation bias,' especially when it comes to this company's stock and warrants.