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Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian discusses key insights from Canoo's (NASDAQ: GOEV) management team that have investors buzzing about Canoo stock. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of June 2, 2023.
Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian evaluates Canoo's (NASDAQ: GOEV) business prospects in the short and long term to provide insights into what's going on with Canoo stock. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of June 1, 2023.
Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian has found out that Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) is about to do something it's never done before, and the news will have major implications for Canoo stock investors.
Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) has traveled a hard road since going public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company late in 2020. The electric vehicle (EV) company still exists in a pre-revenue state, and its share price is down roughly 97% from its high as of this writing. With the stock having already suffered brutal sell-offs, it might not take much good news to send the company's share price significantly above current levels.
Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) stock is seeing significant sell-offs in Wednesday's trading. The electric vehicle (EV) company's share price was down roughly 6.3% in the daily session as of 11:30 a.m. ET, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. While there wasn't any fresh news directly related to Canoo's business, recent earnings results from another player in the EV space suggest that demand may be weakening in the market.
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Fool.com contributor and finance professor Parkev Tatevosian picks his favorite between Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) and QuantumScape (NYSE: QS) stocks. *Stock prices used were the afternoon prices of May 19, 2023.
Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) is facing a serious liquidity crunch. The electric vehicle start-up recently raised capital with the sale of debt that could trigger a massive monthly cash expense for the company, based on something completely out of management's control.
Specialty electric-vehicle (EV) maker Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) hasn't yet begun to produce and sell its lifestyle and multipurpose EVs, but it says it has strong demand for its products. Late yesterday, however, the company posted a tweet that suggested it has a new customer for its multipurpose delivery vehicle (MPDV). As of 12:05 p.m. ET on Friday, Canoo shares were still higher by 3.3%.
The most recent signs -- not to mention insider sentiment -- point to good times ahead for next-generation vehicle manufacturers.
Shares of Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) took off Tuesday morning, rising as much as 21.8% by 9:42 a.m. ET before giving up some of those gains. Canoo, which went public in 2020 via a merger with a special purpose acquisition company, is building electric vehicles with a mission to "bring EVs to everyone." As of the end of the fourth quarter, Canoo claimed to have bagged total orders worth $2.8 billion.
Canoo Inc. (Nasdaq: GOEV), a high-tech advanced mobility company, today announced its financial results for the first quarter of 2023.
Canoo is an electric vehicle company that came public via a SPAC merger, and it's been a rough ride for investors since that point.
Canoo (Nasdaq: GOEV), a high-tech advanced mobility company, today announced that it will report its financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2023 after market close on Monday, May 15, 2023. The Company will host a conference call and live webcast at 5:00 pm ET to discuss the results, followed by a question-and-answer period.
The small electric vehicle (EV) start-up Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) went public in the final days of 2020 when the market was booming and investors generally assumed EVs couldn't lose. While the S&P 500 has gained 12% since then, Canoo's stock has plummeted 95%. All start-ups need tons of cash before they can stand on their own two feet, but Canoo's financial picture seems precarious even by these standards.
Shares of niche electric vehicle (EV) companies Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) and Fisker (NYSE: FSR) zoomed ahead on Tuesday. Canoo's share price motored ahead by 6.5% for the day and Fisker's gained nearly 9%, while the S&P 500 index sputtered to a 1.6% decline. The big carmaker reporting results was ever-influential General Motors (NYSE: GM), which notched a massive beat on the bottom line in the first quarter and raised its full-year guidance.
Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV), which is working on multiple EV models, has some grand plans for the EV market, but there are three reasons why this electric vehicle maker could miss out on the industry's growth over the next few years. One of the biggest problems facing Canoo right now is the company's lack of production. While Canoo went public back in 2020, it wasn't until just a few months ago that the company delivered its first-ever vehicle to a customer.
According to data compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence, Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) stock was a winner this week, surging more than 28% higher over the period. Canoo certainly got the week off to a roaring start, announcing on Monday that it had signed a long-term lease with affiliated entity AFV Partners for a factory located in Oklahoma City. Canoo said it can support a wide range of vehicle-making functions including robotic assembly, and paint and body shops.
The share price of the electric vehicle (EV) company Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) rose quickly this morning on no company-specific news. Instead, investors may be digesting the latest details from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) push to boost electric vehicle sales. The Biden administration released more information today about its plan to reduce emissions and increase EV adoption in the U.S. over the next several years.
Tuesday is looking great for car stocks, as news of a surprise earnings beat from CarMax lifted investor hopes for brighter days ahead for EV stocks Lucid Group (NASDAQ: LCID), Nio (NYSE: NIO), and Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) -- which were up 4.6%, 5.1%, and 6.2% respectively, as of 11:55 a.m. ET. This morning, the used-car superstore announced an astonishing earnings beat, with earnings coming in at a strong $0.44 per share instead of the $0.24 that investors expected. CarMax earned more than expected despite sales being only $5.7 billion (instead of the $6 billion that was expected, according to forecasts from The Fly).
Start-up electric vehicle (EV) maker Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) provided two bits of news to start the week, and investors initially pushed the stock higher as a result. The good news from the company was that it now has a long-term lease agreement for a manufacturing facility in Oklahoma. The company had previously said it was looking to locate its factory in the state, and now has a 10-year lease agreement for the plant.
Canoo Inc. (NASDAQ: GOEV), a high-tech advanced mobility company has entered into a long-term lease agreement with an affiliate of AFV Partners, a related party, for its recently announced Vehicle Manufacturing Facility in Oklahoma City. Canoo will initially occupy close to 500,000 square feet, with the ability to expand. In phase 1, Canoo expects to employ more than 500 people, ramping teams over the coming months.
Several electric vehicle (EV) start-up stocks dropped enough in March to approach or hit all-time lows. For the full month, Rivian, Lucid, and Canoo stocks were down 19.8%, 11.9%, and 12.8%, respectively, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Taking out the moves on that first day shows that most of Rivian's monthly loss actually occurred on March 1.
Between some concerning economic data and a poorly received performance update from Tesla, it was a bad week for EV and energy tech stocks.
Shares of electric automaker Canoo (NASDAQ: GOEV) were sliding today, likely on several pieces of news. First, an analyst cut the company's price target yesterday. Additionally, investors may be getting nervous about the state of the auto industry, as GM announced today that 5,000 of its salaried workers accepted buyouts.