The next decade is poised to become the decade of electric vehicles. Companies like Tesla and Nio have led the charge for EVs, and many stalwarts in the automotive industry -- like Ford and Volkswagen -- have stepped up. But it's still early in the EV race, with companies like GreenPower Motor just getting started. Where will they be in 10 years? And how should you think about allocating EV stocks to your portfolio as they grow in number and size? Find out in this section.
How to Invest in Electric Vehicles
If Tesla is losing share in the global EV market, other companies are gaining it. Forget Tesla stock, and invest in its soon-to-be successors.
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Strong secular drivers, coupled with accelerating manufacture of consumer EVs, should allow EV charging stocks to sustain double digit-percentage growth over the next decade.
With interest in more affordable electric vehicles rising exponentially, the market for EV batteries, now worth over $27 billion annually, is expected to sustain double digit-percentage growth over the next decade.
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The electric vehicle market remains strong with and is forecast to reach $917 billion globally in 2028. While there continues to be new entrants into the EV space all the time, a handful of manufacturers have set themselves apart as best of breed in the sector -- Lucid, Nio and Tesla.
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ElectraMeccanica still needs capital. Until it can raise $150 million and start making retail sales, , SOLO stock looks overvalued.
EV maker Canoo is still worth significantly more now that its merger has closed. GOEV stock is worth 58% more at $26.93, now that its SPAC merger closed.