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Let me put it like this. There was a group out there dumb enough to create teslaQ. In that group was another group that not only thought tesla was a fake, but actually thought NKLA was the true golden goose. With that level of denial, there is no way you can convince them to drop those bags. As for dark money, I blame the GM elite.
I know it’s not even worth saying on here because of course it’s the internet I could easily be lying but I genuinely don’t currently have a position up or down in NKLA for that exact reason. Do I KNOW it’s going under 3 dollars before EOY? of course not. Which is why I wanted to have a discussion on here. Seems pretty synonymous that people believe there’s some weird conspiracy money backing this company.
>Nkla will make a vehicle before Chinese companies will clean their books. Really? So Luckin hasn't cleaned their books? >If you think these two cases are similar your emotional biased They're not similar, NKLA is far worse than Luckin. Luckin inflated their books to add revenue. The entire NKLA company was fraudulent from the beginning.
>You're comparing a few companies. That's ridiculous. Then show me a statistical study that proves US listed Chinese companies are on average much more fraudulent than US ones. >You can't judge on a few companies dude. I absolutely can. Even blatant examples of completely fraudulent companies like NKLA are still listed, that just shows the double standard being applied here. > Get your head out your self righteous ass. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|6880) > And yes, I did talk about USA corruption which I know rather well. China is magnitudes worse. I didn't say the US is more corrupt, the topic is whether US listed Chinese companies are significantly more fraudulent than their US counterparts. Maybe learn to read?
>China is on a whole other level dude. China is on a whole other level from the company that created a fake truck that could only roll downhill and sold it to investors and potential buyers, and whose CEO is currently indicted on fraud charges? >You have no idea. Probably never even been to China. I have. It's not same same as the USA. Wow! Did you teach you about all the fraud in US listed companies while you were in China? Psst, you're not special, I've actually worked with Chinese businesses and clients. I'm well aware of the level of fraud that goes on in Chinese listed companies. But the likes of NKLA *which are somehow still listed*, as easily as bad if not worse. The whole theatre over auditing is just that, political theatre. Google Crazy Eddie if you want to know how easy it is to fool US auditors that's at the core of this argument. Compare Luckin Coffee with NKLA. The former got delisted over inflating its revenue, the latter literally faked its entire company and all their products and is still on the nasdaq.
Exactly, the performance of a stock is the same whether you know the business or not. So if you don’t know the business and it has awful fundamentals then the stocks performance will be awful. And if there’s a downturn you could lose all your money in that stock. The sp500 isn’t going down 100%. Apple won’t burn you and probably will even keep growing at a good pace above the market even at todays prices. But If you have riskier bets like NIO, BABA, NKLA, and PLTR. I would phase out of those immediately before anything bad happens. But If you’re in a great companies like appl, Msft, and googl. Take your time even if a downturn hits those companies will be just fine. So what I’m trying to say is phase out of your highly speculative stocks (if you have any) and put that money in your favorite etfs. Leave those winners (appl) for last as it is a fundamentally strong company. Or like I said before just transition out of all of it at one time to not risk losing to much money.
Lost 90%? WTF are you talking about?? The last trade I lost money on was NKLA like 2 years ago. I thought the concept was great until they rolled a truck down a hill. Took a $10k bath on that one. Have a great day sipping on the haterade! Lol I’m definitely NOT an expert. Only God is.
I own NKLA so naturally I’m going to favor this one over the other ones you put forward. I like how they have become focused on trucking and tossed away all the other random stuff that Milton was pumping. And they’re involved in both the manufacturing of the trucks plus the production and distribution of hydrogen, so various ways to generate revenue. And they recently announced plans to acquire Romeo Power to secure battery supply which I think was a great strategic move.
> Why NKLA is still listed baffles me. Basically a post IPO Theranos. They're too emotionally invested in finding faults with another EV company. Listen to the dd from these people and lol. https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2022/08/elon-musk-tesla-short-sellers.html
For retards just joining us. Years ago Nikola rolled an electric truck down a hill. They filmed it. Showed it to investors saying it was a working electric commercial truck. Why NKLA is still listed baffles me. Basically a post IPO Theranos.
Actually today was amazing with BBBY spiking. Was genuinely just asking a question. I’ve been watching NKLA for the last two years and am honestly shocked that after all the fraud they’ve committed - not only are they not delisted, but they’re still trading at almost $4 billion market cap…. Makes no sense for an EV company that hasn’t actually made anything. Sure it made sense back when they were new and EVs were JUST starting to boom. But the spark has fizzled out and most car manufacturers are producing EVs now so….why the $4 billion evaluation?
Didn't AMC holders defend Cramer because your CEO asked you to? Wasn't that what you monkeys said you are "fighting against"? AMC is still losing money and increasing debt ever quarter despite cinemas re-opening and movie sales hitting ath again. I've heard at least some sort of long term plans that are justified as bullish signs for rest of the meme stocks, CLOV, WISH and AMC are NKLA level trash with absolutely no future plans except you morons yelling squeeze and asking regarded questions. You rugtards are way beyond saving, only long term AMC has are long term bagholders.
Been with Schwab for the past decade, I was level 0 for the longest time, CC was what I was doing. Then one day, about 2 years ago, I want to buy a put on NKLA, I was declined. Call them up, after talking to a very nice rep, I got level 1 over the phone (is that still possible today?), I am now level 2, and the funny thing is, I can't remember why I applied for this level and it was accepted. The next level would be 3, which allows naked anything, but if I am going to do anything naked, it will be in the bath/bed room. Account balance: approx 52K
2 Monitor side by side with 1 Vertical. All 32". My system is set on a 3 monitor stand. Its solid but I had to customize a bit with brackets to achieve. I'd say grab all of the same brand at the same time. The vert is awesome to look at scrolling pages. I thought at first a few curved, but that got nixed after I built the desk. All built off the profits of NKLA in 20'
For me it's definitely NKLA. This was such an obvious scam of a company with the old CEO, and ever since he "left" it's just an empty shell with no products, no revenue and rapidly headed for bankruptcy. Yet it still has a market cap of 3.5 BILLION dollars. It's insane. It shouldn't even be worth their net cash ($160M) at the rate they're burning money with no hope for growth or profitability.
Go on this sub a year ago and say that NKLA would be making Semi Trucks on schedule instead of TSLA, Rivian is making massive layoffs despite doubling production in a single quarter, and Lucid is missing their production numbers by a lot. You would have absolutely been called the King of retards. I'm convinced God is real and he likes trolling autists. Everyone was right about Lordstown being trash though.
Unpopular ticker… don’t hate me… I don’t know how the hell to talk… so I’ll just ask… NKLA showing some life this month. Up 50+% from lows and positive news. I bought the top on Jan 23 $10 calls and I’m down 70% on those. My question is, if $NKLA rebounds do you think there is enough time for me to make that premium back?