Electrameccanica Vehs Corp (SOLO)
$2.78 0.21 (7.02%)
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Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.66M
Day's Range 2.69 - 2.89
52-Week Range 0.89 - 21.46
Dividend & Yield 0.28 (10.07%)
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While SOLO stock might make sense based on the underlying company addressing niche demand, its ties to Chinese manufacturing poses a geopolitical sentiment problem.
InvestorPlace contributor Joel Baglole named SOLO stock one of the seven best penny stocks to buy. Here are two ideas that might do better.
ElectraMeccanica is just two months away from turning its small EV vision into a reality, meaning SOLO stock is on the cusp of breaking out.
One of the golden rules of business is that you give customers exactly what they want. With SOLO stock, the investment narrative involves forcing consumers to buy what they don’t want.
Electrameccanica Vehicles is launching its Solo car, but without a real market there's not enough reason to buy SOLO stock.
Sure, there are more famous electric vehicle manufacturers out there, but SOLO stock could slake your thirst for something truly unique.
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Electric vehicle stocks are becoming a crowded field. However, don't overlook SOLO stock as a potential sleeper pick within the sector.
Electrameccanica Vehicles’ flagship vehicle, the SOLO, is interesting. Yet SOLO stock wouldn’t be my first choice for $170 million.
With electric vehicle investments representing one of the hottest sectors on Wall Street, you might be tempted to buy SOLO stock. But this is merely a pretender, not a contender.
ElectraMeccanica Vehicles currently has minimal revenue, which makes SOLO stock a risky proposition for investors to make.
Electrameccanica is beginning production of its new vehicle, but the business remains highly speculative. I'm avoiding SOLO stock as a result.
If you can see a future for unusual-looking electric vehicles with room for just the driver, you're an ideal candidate to own SOLO stock.
Investors should avoid gimmicky SOLO stock. The company lacks clear strategy and a sound business plan, both of which are necessary to attract electric automobile buyers.
After hearing about the Solo's safety features and reading reviews of the vehicle, I'm more upbeat on SOLO stock.
ElectraMeccanica will soon launch the $18,500 Solo electric micro car, and anticipation is driving up SOLO stock.
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