Kaixin Auto Holdings (KXIN)
$3.93 0.08 (2.00%)
19:59 EST KXIN Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.05M
Day's Range 3.83 - 4.09
52-Week Range 0.40 - 13.40
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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One of the hottest trends of 2020 – electric vehicles – look to continue its charge in the new year. However, these overvalued stocks may see more attractive prices in the future.
With an opaque corporate culture, shaky finances, and an uncertain future, it's hard to find a reason to buy KXIN stock.
By Ian Cooper
If you’re looking to invest in a solid EV company, you may want to look elsewhere.
KXIN stock was one of the many speculative bets in 2020, but a fundamental analysis provides several grounds for investors to avoid it.
There's a lot to question or not like about KXIN stock. Then again, there's also big-time profit opportunities for speculators appreciative of the risk in Kaixin Auto.
Kaixin Auto Holdings recently pivoted its business model toward electric vehicles. This could eventually work for KXIN stock, but details are still scarce.
The problem with KXIN stock is that before you can answer why you want to invest in it, you have to understand what business it's in.
Before majority control of KXIN stock was handed over to a mysterious (and confusing) company, Kaixin Auto was already a tough pill to swallow.
Kaixin appointed an auditor that may be banned by the U.S. PCOAB from auditing Chinese firms. KXIN stock is even more confusing using a potentially banned auditor – implying investors should stay away.
KXIN stock has moved from pennies to over $4 — on basically no news. With no real bull case, the rally will reverse at some point.
Admittedly, KXIN stock isn't for everyone. Traders will have to expect volatility, but the stock's cheaper now and could pop at any moment.
By Ian Cooper
Even after this run-up, you can find far better opportunities in the electric vehicle boom than can be had with KXIN stock right now.
Kaixin Auto Holdings (KXIN) stock is on the move Friday despite there being no new news concerning the electric vehicles (EV) company.
Investors should avoid KXIN stock as corporate instability dominates this Chinese auto dealer and volatility surrounds its shares.
Maybe happiness will come to Kaixin with its latest reverse merger. KXIN stock is now even more confusing to most investors as there is no indication of what the deal brings.
By Thomas Niel
Shares may be too risky to short, but this is hardly a "buy the dip" situation. Given its shaky fundamentals, ignore the hype, and avoid KXIN stock.
Kaixin Auto announced Nov. 5 that it’s merging with Haitoche, a China-based e-commerce platform. What does this mean for KXIN stock?
When it comes to KXIN stock, investors are "flying blind," as so much is not known about the company at this point.
Without this pandemic and the politics involved, KXIN stock would probably be a buy. But in reality, the narrative is incredibly tricky.
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