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I mean if you’re not holding a heavily over valued stock with no revenues (PLTR, GOEV, LCID) or meme stocks that are obvious dead with bankruptcy looming (MVIS, ZOM, GNUS) than there’s no point in NOT buying dips and waiting imo. Maybe not 100% lump sums, but allocate in every other week. The positions I have rn I’m down 35% on but I’m not blinking. And I got others im setting aside cash for in case it continues to fall. I know most here are retarded but at least if you buy shares, you’re buying ownership of a company. If you expect them to grow relative to the price you paid them at, you’re golden. MM literally throwing you pitches rn.
Yeah I'm still going to buy into GOEV long term this week but saw that over the weekend. Too bad, but there's a huge market for commercial EV in the next few years and I still believe GOEV will get acquired or have their foot in the door somewhere of production goes well
Hmm aint sure Canoo (GOEV) is qualified as meme stock. Although it got heavily pumped here in wsb twice. And I profited heavy, thank you Apes and Degenerates. But Jeff Goldblum is riding a Canoo EV in that new HBO show. Stock is dirt cheap, the commercial aired 2 or 3 days ago and now premarket is looking juicy =)
NVNXF (or NVX) if it counts. Not a penny stock? Price $7 and $3+ billion market cap - soon to be listed nasdaq as NVX. if that doesn't count - then GOEV. and as far as larger cap companies - i think TSLA, but that has been mentioned here, so I will keep it fresh with GOEV.
Man I think the LV will have a cult following in gen z and the millennials. Van life is real and so is having children, both of which pair nicely with the LV. Further, the accessibility of the extendable pickup bed cannot be underestimated. If I didn't have to have an 8 foot bed, I may be able to park in the garage. The front window is for street level viewing and my $GOEV neon placard.
Honestly a great summary of the company. You have good points about runway and the lifestyle vehicle. One of my biggest bull theories is that GOEV sits at 1.7B market cap. LCID is at 62B, RIVN at 76B. Even NKLA is valued over 4B. The speculative value of this company is far below the other big players in the space. I mean, EV is a bubble, but relative to the bubble it's very undervalued.
I have May 20 7.5P. I think GOEV will have to raise cash sooner rather than later, and cash burn rate is going to be needed. I find GOEV vehicles to be super ugly and the only “interest” to be from speculative investors. Let’s be honest, not all EV start-ups will have Teslas success and many will simply not make it financially.
It doesn't look to be any more than a rumour. I can't find any hint that Walmart would be any more interested in $GOEV than they would be in any other company, That said, because they're interested in EVs, it does leave $GOEV as a possible option for them.
I personally sold the WKHS and GOEV I had bought on the rumors and threw it into GM and F instead. Wondering what everyone else thinks - will this be a catalyst for GM stock price to shoot up even more or has this kind of news already been priced in with recent run ups?
I feel like the argument against that is that information didn't travel as fast back then as it does now. Hence many companies have better ways to obtain funding and do marketing more efficiently to other companies or even smaller businesses. There will certainly be some companies that go bankrupt like RIDE WKHS HYLN, but I think start ups like ARVL GOEV and PRTA might have a better chance. It's a different time, whether people want to believe that or not.
Canoo Inc. - Class A Common Stock's (NASDAQ:GOEV) short interest has increased 12% since the last report. The company recently reported that it has 32 million shares sold short, which is 32.96% of its float, the amount of regular shares that are available to investors for trading. With its current trading volume, it would take traders 5.5 days to cover their short positions on average. Why it matters: Short interest is the number of shares that have been sold short but have not yet been covered or closed out. Traders make money from a short position if the price of the stock falls and they lose if it rises. For these reasons, short interest can be used as an indicator of market sentiment for a stock. If the number of shares sold short increases, this can mean that the market is developing a more bearish outlook on the stock and if they decrease this can mean the market is more bullish. Sometimes, a large amount of short interest can be bullish for a stock. If short interest rises too high and trading volume falls too low, this will make it hard for short sellers to buy back their shares on the open market. If the price of the stock starts to go up, this could cause short sellers to panic and rush to buy back the shares they sold short (close their positions). This buying pressure can make the price rise and create a vicious cycle of more short sellers buying back shares. This is called a short squeeze. This post by Benzinga Money shows how to make money on a short squeeze. Considering Canoo Inc. - Class A Common Stock's current short interest and days-to-cover, it's not likely to experience a short squeeze in the near-term. However, with this recent climb in short interest, it at least shows that more traders are short the stock and this could be bearish for the stock. Follow the most shorted stocks here. This article was generated by Benzinga's automated content engine and was reviewed by an editor.
Currently RIVN, PXLW, LAC, GOEV, LAC, LCID and holding HD, TSLA and LOW in long term. I only started 3 months ago and in getting itchy to drop some of the losses a regroup. I started with an amount I was okay with losing completely just like going to the casino. I'm down 23.35% since inception. Looking for advice please.
Expecting extended curls on BFRI, ALLK, SEV, WEJO not sure if I will exit those this week or be a 2022 move. Eyeing GOEV and ENOB for entry and hold for a while. ISIG still in with partial position. Continuation on GRTX so holding that probably into next week.
Been looking into it lately, as they have a unique enough idea to be potentially worth something. Main concern for me is cash, they should be running low within a year or so, about the time when they start production. It seems likely they’ll need to dilute shareholders to raise more capital. Also, seen some guy doing a DCF based on sales forecasts provided by GOEV management, and that really doesn’t look pretty. Will have a look more in detail though, especially if it keeps pulling back.
ceo buying shares doesn't mean automatic stock rally. look at the amount of shares ASAN ceo bought in the past month. nearly 350m worth of shares. you still need a catalyst beyond just the ceo buying. that being said, GOEV chart does look interesting and volatility is definitely low so it could be worthwhile to pursue options.
GOEV is cheaply valued only when compared to other pre-revenue EV stocks. And that's basically because of far less hype. Otherwise, it's not. Compare valuation to something like BLBD instead. But again, not apples to apples, because one actually makes vehicles
I think it's just a boring company in within the most exciting overvalued sub sector. I had been a holder of GOEV since before it was announced by HCAC but recently had my shares called away. There are better plays but I feel like it's susceptible to a plunge in value if all EV companies wind down
Ahh ok, that's what I kind of figured after GOEV got sued then Ginko got sued. I was thinking either I have the worst taste in companies I follow, or this stuff just happens. The firm seems to be involved in cases reported at Scorpion Capital who publishes reports on companies that read something like a cable news report. This is a whole side of investing I didn't know existed, but good to be aware of, thank you for sharing!
Buy $LCID (Lucid Motors), Tesla and any other electric vehicle company you believe is solid. I’ve already made bank from $TSLA/$LCID, plus I’m still holding the rest that I didn’t sell for the long term, and I’m also investing in Canoo ($GOEV) another EV company that will be delivering vehicles late 2022. When you’re investing in the stock market, buy the future. EVs are the future. Governments are already planning to be replacing their vehicles with EVs and also writing bills to mandate all cars produced past X year must be EVs in an effort to combat climate change, pollution etc and phase out combustion engines. $LCID is backed by Saudi Arabia and you never bet against the Saudi’s, mfers are rich as fuck off oil and they’re smart bastards that realize oil won’t be around forever since it’s a finite resource and will most likely become obsolete because of EVs long before they/the world even runs out of oil, so they’re investing billions into $LCID EVs. $LCID makes luxury EVs right now (attracts the Saudi market heavily since they’re all rich and love gold everything lmao) but will get down to a 25k EV for the masses in about 10 years or even sooner if a legacy automaker pays to license Lucid’s tech. Buy $LCID, $TSLA, $GOEV and then just hold for 10+ years as the EV revolution explodes. Disclaimer: Not financial advice, just saying what I would be buying if I was 15 again and already had 100k to YOLO.
I like the company. It's a long term hold. We'll see what happens this summer with EV sales. Personally, everyone should be buying GGPI who is going to merge with Polestar: 30k units sold this year manufacturing facilities ready to go massive expansion in 2022 and current revenue just under #$2billon If you buy Monday, you can purchase the stock for only 10% above NAV (11.10 ATM). If you don't know, this means that before merger, you can reclaim 10.00 per share so you can only lose 10% (as of this writing). The upside is that you can double or maybe even triple your money before merger in the spring (sometime March or April is expected). Check it out and the r/GGPI sub is good for information. GOEV is still cool, but I am investing in Polestar for some (hopefully) medium-term tendies.
It was the strangest thing ever to see RIVN / GOEV etc. run-up AFTER TSLA had started to show signs of a pullback. No way those peaks were going to hold. RIVN 160B mkt cap is fantasy land for a company that what sold half its inventory of cars for like a total of 300 units???
Most of these stocks are correlated; not just PTRA but others small caps as well: QS, ARVL, CHPT, GOEV, you name it. I’m sure there are funds just shorting these small caps indiscriminately, and there are also pair-trading algorithms picking up that signal and joining in.
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