Lordstown Motors Corp (RIDE)
$24.53 1.97 (7.45%)
12:59 EST RIDE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.20M
Day's Range 23.13 - 25.90
52-Week Range 12.80 - 30.75
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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RIDE stock is depending on external catalysts to make gains on the exchanges. It has to have its own growth story in the long run, though.
Some stocks look like portfolio winners. Others strive to make a difference for an environment at the crossroads. And still others come with the promise of economic transformation for a downcast local economy. When you purchase RIDE stock, you get the rare chance to own all three.
RIDE stock has a very high valuation, and Lordstown is making a vehicle that may be risky.
The company’s creative wording is a giant red warning flag and investors should avoid buying shares of RIDE stock.
By Alex Sirois
RIDE stock hasn't backtracked but it also isn't marching forward as quickly as it may portray, Click for more.
A slew of IPOs have hit markets this year and we have some ideas on four that are growing fast with positive industry tailwinds.
RIDE stock has taken investors on a wild adventure. Shares will eventually settle at zero as investors wise up to Lordstown Motors' tricks.
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Lordstown Motors (NASDAQ:RIDE) has motored higher since completing its merger Oct. 23. This is a pattern for electric vehicle manufacturers.
RIDE stock is surging Monday after Lordstown Motors shared two big news items. Here's what you need to know about the EV company.
RIDE stock is an interesting play in the EV space but with production and commercial release still way-off its tough to get excited about it.
With a Joe Biden win, RIDE stock seems destined to climb. However, shares have an uncomfortable correlation with a controversial EV firm.
By Thomas Niel
Sure, post-surge, today's prices are not the most ideal entry point. But, Lordstown remains a cautious buy at today's price levels.
By Joel Baglole
Investors are betting that electric vehicles will benefit from president elect Joe Biden’s proposed $1.7 billion green energy infrastructure plan. In this article we look at seven stocks that could benefit under the new president.
Lordstown Motors looks like a winner after its recent SPAC merger. RIDE stock is worth at least 47% more than today, based on its EV-to-EBITDA ratios.
RIDE stock watchers should know that 70% of truck owners are open to switching labels if their current brand raises prices. That suggests opportunity for Lordstown stock with its starting price for the Endurance at $45,000.
Lordstown Motors (RIDE) is moving forward with plans to launch an electric vehicle (EV) pick up truck next year called Endurance.
Now that Lordstown has millions in proceeds and a nearly production-ready plant, it's time to consider a stake in RIDE stock.
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Investors in Lordstown Motors Corp (RIDE) saw new options begin trading today, for the January 2021 expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the RIDE options chain for the new January 2021 contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.
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