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Vandita Jadeja is a CPA and a freelance financial copywriter who loves to read and write about stocks. She believes in buying and holding for long term gains. Her knowledge of words and numbers helps her write clear stock analysis.

Lucid Must Hit Production Goals to Be a Long-Term Buy

Lucid has a strong financial backing from Saudi Arabia, and this will ensure consistent growth in the short-term. Buy LCID stock below $20.

3 EV Charging Stocks to Buy for Huge Gains in the 2020s

Without charge, EVs are no good, and that's why EV charging stocks are a great way to play the EV Revolution

This One-Time King Is in Danger of Becoming Just Another Electric Vehicle Company

With competition and supply chain issues, is electric vehicle company Tesla losing its luster?

Sell Overvalued Tesla Stock as Elon Musk Hints at Long-term Trouble

TSLA stock is still trading at high valuations when compared to its peers and other growth stocks. The company is facing a series of challenges such that Elon Musk raised the possibility of bankruptcy.

3 Electric Vehicle Stocks to Buy Before They Get Famous Like Tesla

In the world of electric vehicle investing, Tesla is still king. However, these three electric vehicle stocks could take real market share.

5 Electric Vehicle Stocks to Buy for 100% Returns

These five high-growth electric vehicle stocks have corrected in the recent past and look attractive. These stocks have the potential for 100% returns in 12 to 24 months.

The 5 Best Electric Vehicle Stocks to Buy Now

The number of EVs on global roads are increasing, making these shares five of the best electric vehicle stocks to buy.

Did Rivian Just Spark a Huge Comeback for Electric Vehicle Stocks?

The reestablishment of confidence in two electric vehicle manufacturing startups was enough to light a fire under the entire industry.

Mullen Automotive Can’t Meet its Promises

Mullen Automotive is big on promises and short on performance.

Best EV Stocks: Which Is the Better Pick?

With such a saturated EV market, it can be hard to choose which stock to invest in. Let's look at Nio, Rivian, and XPeng today.

Lucid Group May Have All the Time in the World

Although LCID stock is experiencing near-term pricing woes, it may be a discounted opportunity since EV integration will take time.

7 of the Top EV Stocks from the DRIV ETF

The DRIV ETF offers broad exposure to electric vehicles for investors looking to the future of cars. Here are some of its top EV stocks.

This Tiny, Little-Known Company Could Explode Along With Electric Car Stocks

When gas prices go up, consumers start thinking about all the money they could save with an electric car. The more they think that the more they research EVs, which bodes well for electric car stocks.

Ranking the Top 10 Electric Vehicle Stocks Heading Into Q2 2022

Electric vehicle stocks have taken a battering in 2022. But as the market moves into the second quarter, there are some bright stars you need to look into.

NIO Stock’s Potential Delisting Raises Interesting Questions

NIO stock is facing a tough period as Chinese stock woes reach new lows. Nio's secondary listing issues aren't helping the matter.

Ignore the Bearish Calls and Invest in NIO Stock

The stock market's concerns surrounding NIO stock and its relatively weak delivery update are massively overblown.

QuantumScape May Be Fully Recharged After Having the Plug Pulled

QS stock still has a bright future even after the recent rout. Time to position for upside with a bull call spread.

After Its Fresh Correction, Lucid Group Is a Buy

The recent correction of LCID stock represents an opportunity for investors looking to acquire a growth stock with a technological lead on its peers.

Lucid Isn’t Worth $7 Billion More Than Nio

Lucid has got a great looking first vehicle but LCID stock should not be worth more than Nio at this point in its development.

LCID Still Has More Downside Left

LCID stock is still fully valued here (and more) but the fact is, it's well set up for the long term, if it can survive intermediate term.