Workhorse Grp (WKHS)
$26.65 0.53 (1.95%)
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Market Cap 1.18B
PE Ratio -26.39
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.77M
Day's Range 26.42 - 27.47
52-Week Range 1.32 - 30.99
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Today, Workhorse is a tenuous spot. It's got all the trappings to lure unknowing investors into a heartache type of situation. WKHS stock seduces with a 406% year-to-date gain and a staggering 1,070% rally off its lows. Unfortunately, this name was cut in half from its recent high. Alone, that's concerning.
WKHS stock investors don't need to fret about the USPS's delayed contract decision. Instead, they can focus on innovative drone technology.
Fuzzy Panda Research believes Workhorse Group is a short because it won’t win USPS contract. Here’s why you shouldn’t short WKHS stock.
Investors are anxiously awaiting news on the USPS award. But that aside, another key question faces WKHS stock after a recent pullback.
WKHS stock can deliver multi-fold returns as the commercial electric vehicle market is expected to grow at a strong pace. USPS order can be a game-changer in the near-term.
WKHS stock has been sliding since hitting an all-time high in September, offering an opportunity to scoop up Workhorse shares at a discount.
Rightfully antsy investors, a short-seller’s warning and the price chart continue to work against a recently amped up WKHS stock.
A USPS contract win could cement Workhorse as the Tesla of delivery vans, and send WKHS stock to the moon.
By Ian Cooper
Shares of WKHS stock are still a buy because postal service officials have only delayed the fleet-replacement decision.
Markets are impatiently waiting for the U.S. Postal Service deal to materialize before bidding WKHS stock higher
By Thomas Niel
WKHS stock could prevail, despite a vocal short-seller's recent report. But the shares are still not a buy.
Whether EVs will eventually overtake the ICE machines or not is unclear, but the battle will benefit WKHS stock for years.
The pandemic brought about a slew of hot stocks that could be huge long-term winners. Here are three that will continue winning.
The future is unclear for EV play Workhorse, but a potential contract from the USPS could send WKHS stock straight to the moon.
WKHS stock is trading too hot, with the market pricing in a potential $8.1 billion USPS contract without taking everything into account.
Due to the many red flags and uncertainties that Workhorse is facing, the risk-reward ratio of WKHS stock is unfavorable.
Projections for the next 12 months forecast no profits for shareholders. Yet WKHS stock could benefit from its burgeoning sector.
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