Workhorse Grp (WKHS)
$23.34 1.27 (5.16%)
19:59 EST WKHS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 1.03B
PE Ratio -23.11
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.80M
Day's Range 23.04 - 24.51
52-Week Range 1.32 - 30.99
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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By Ian Cooper
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By Joel Baglole
Since November 24, Workhorse stock has fallen to just over $20 a share from $28.87. The decline makes the stock an attractive buying opportunity for investors who want exposure to the fast growing electric vehicle sector. Plans to ramp up production in 2021 and a friendly Biden administration about to take power in Washington, D.C. make WKHS stock especially attractive at current valuations.
Workhorse continues to project as the most likely winner of the USPS' $8.1 billion fleet upgrade contract, so stick with WKHS stock.
If the U.S. Postal Service awards a $6 billion contract to Workhorse Group to build electric vans, WKHS stock could soar.
WKHS stock tumbled as much 25% after the latest USPS delay highlighting the challenges for startups that have yet to post any profits.
Workhorse is in the running for a $6 billion USPS delivery fleet contract, but news on that front has WKHS stock up and down like a yo-yo.
By Thomas Niel
With little reason to go long (or short), the best move is to stay on the sidelines with electric vehicle play WKHS stock.
By GS Early
Workhorse is a favorite in a huge USPS contract. Even if it doesn't, WKHS stock is built for the long haul.
Workhorse will tread water until the winner of the USPS contract is clear. WKHS stock is worth maybe 10% more than today but not if it does not book the EV contract.
Not every emerging EV company will make it. For now, WKHS stock is bringing profits to those who can trade it regardless of long-term success.
WKHS stock has fizzled out after the USPS delayed its decision on a $6 billion dollar contract for its new mail trucks.
Despite delays in the USPS contract, many regard WKHS stock as the eventual beneficiary. But be careful with this assumption.
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