We’re very happy to bring you a special edition of the Five On Friday where we take a look back on the biggest stories of 2020.
Electric vehicle sales are growing at a rapid pace and these two competitors to Tesla have vastly different approaches, but which is a better investment?
After months of turmoil, Nikola stock fell 25% on Monday following a revised General Motors deal, which eliminated any equity stake claim.
Though many would argue that Nikola shouldn’t be considered by investors, is there any reason to give them another chance?
Barely a month since fraud allegations leveled the Tesla competitor, Nikola Motors is looking to get its engines running once again
Nikola stock has been busy. A multi-billion dollar deal with GM, accusations of fraud, an SEC investigation, and now Trevor Milton has left the company.
Nikola shares jumped almost twice as much as Tesla’s fell yesterday, but let’s not kid ourselves, these companies are still miles apart.
Nikola Corp’s [NKLA] share price has benefitted massively from a surge in the electric vehicle sector, following rivals Nio [Nio] and Tesla [TSLA] to gain 21.6% on Monday (3 August).
Unreasonable hype, bankruptcy, and social irresponsibility! Avoid these three toxic stocks at all costs and invest your money in these other equities instead.
The stock market, while irrational in the short term, will eventually correct itself when it becomes unsustainable. How are you going to react when it does?