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.
You need to be selective and manage positions carefully.
I'm not looking to hold a trade until TSLA earnings in late October, I'm only looking out a week.
The popularity of special purpose acquisition companies has gotten the attention of the SEC, and now we have questions over FMCI's merger.
VW's ID.4 introduction and the strong sales performance of the ID.3 in Norway show 'other automakers' are starting to figure out the BEV game themselves.
We've entered no man's land as we head toward the downhill slope of the week.
What would I do with the stocks? NKE is a terrific story, and TSLA's run into Battery Day has to be burned off, and it will.
Just as Hindenburg raised key questions about Nikola, short sellers can help you think about your own stocks -- and whether you're getting taken for a ride.
The charts and indicators of NKLA look bearish.