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Why Nio Stock Is a Buy Right Now

EV stocks have joined the market-wide dip in the last month.

The S&P 500 lost 4.1% from February to March.

Stocks that once seemed like they were set to fly through the roof have taken pretty steep cuts.

Nio stock is down 31% since January, from an all-time peak of $61.

A combination of broad market struggles and company fundamentals drove the slump.

But Nio is about to go on a rally again.


Oshkosh Stock Is an Even Stronger Buy After Its $6 Billion USPS Contract

The USPS finally announced the winner of its coveted contract to build an all electric fleet of delivery vehicles.

The $6 billion deal went to a company you may not know much about: Oshkosh Corp.


Different EV companies, Workhorse Group Inc.

(NASDAQ: WKHS), was hyped as a likelier candidate.

Instead, Oshkosh found out they had been awarded the ten-year contract to modernize the U.S.

Post Offices fleet of vehicles.

This will be one of the most extensive overhauls of the Post Office's fleet of delivery vehicles in decades.

Shares of OSK popped 13%, while WKHS sank nearly 50%.

The surprise news has investors scrambling to do due diligence on the company.

That's what we're here for.

Let's take a deep look into Oshkosh's financials and management, then see if this contract makes the stock a buy now or a wait and see...


Best Copper ETF to Buy as EV Production Jumps 200%

Electric vehicle sales are expected to more than triple by 2030.

But you could profit from it even sooner with our "pick-and-shovel" play.

You see, when you buy stock in the tools or services that support an industry, you're digging deeper than most people in that market.

The price is less volatile, and if the industry is going to stick around awhile, consistent growth will follow.

That's exactly what's happening with copper and electric vehicles.

Copper is used for more than pennies.

In fact, there's a copper ETF that could earn you bigger upside, faster than any EV stock in 2021.



Is Microvast Stock a Buy After Its SPAC Deal?

Whenever a new EV stock makes its debut, you have to ask – is there any bite behind this bark? We're asking that question today as Microvast approaches a SPAC merger with Tuscan Holdings (NYSE: THCB).

The global electric vehicle market is expected to be worth $802 billion by 2027, according to Allied Market Research.

From 2019's $162 billion, that's 395%.

If Microvast stock is a part of that, then it's worth considering.

But here is something you want to keep in mind when looking at EV stocks to buy.



Is Lion Electric Stock a Buy After Its SPAC Merger?

Lion Electric stock was initially supposed to trade on exchanges after an IPO.

Instead, the company has decided to go the SPAC route.

That means the stock will have some help getting to the public markets, and it will do so more quickly.

On Nov.

30, Lion announced a merger with Northern Genesis Acquisition Corp.


The company is currently valued at $1.9 billion and will trade on the NYSE.

The Lion Electric stock ticker will show up on the NYSE as "LEV." .

But is Lion Electric a buy?

Penny Stocks

The 3 Best Penny Stocks to Buy Now for 400% Upside

Penny stocks aren't for everyone.

But if you understand that all stocks are volatile and you're willing to take on some smart risks to hit a big score, then you'll find few better options than penny stocks.

If you can be right about half the time when picking penny stocks, you can make life-changing profits when the shares soar by two, three, four, and even higher multiples of your initial investment.

But here's the thing: There is a right way and a wrong way to trade penny stocks.

We'll show you how to find the best penny stocks to buy now with 450% upside.