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Electric Vehicle fueled by the Robin Hood phenomenon

Whenever the TSLA stock became full of heat, Tesla Inc, Chief Executive Officer, Elon Musk never delayed making a call. Or he might be buying the excitement of Tesla, who knows. 

Recently, after a Wall Street professional became part of stakeholders, all that Elon Musk did was to show his amazement. In the previous weeks, Tesla and the electric vehicle department have been in disagreement. However, a wave of investigating bets and the renowned Robinhood application intervened. NIO Inc., a leading electric vehicle manufacturing firm in China and Tesla, has become the most yearned stocks to Robinhood. According to figures registered on a trading application, the two companies have portrayed the most significant number of new owners of electric vehicles in the last one month. 

As we speak now, the names of 4 EVs are making appearances on Robintrack’s top 25 leaders list. Among the titles are Workhorse (NASDAQ: WKHE) and Nikola (NYSE: NKLA). Robintrack is a firm whose work is to collect information concerning the activities of Robinhood users. 

Speculative bets

From the look, the Electric Vehicle sector seems to have a flourishing future. There is a piece of growing evidence showing the activities of large numbers of retails and learning traders in the stock venture. What they fail to understand is the possible risks of fueling and the ever-growing bubble.  

The notable runup clearly shows that electric vehicles manufacturers are of more worth as compared to companies like BMW (OTCMKTS: BAMXF), Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), General Motors (NYSE: GM), Volkswagen (OTCMKTS: VLKAF) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US (NYSE: FCAU). The Big Three US’s General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, were able to sell over 1.29 million cars in the last four months as compared to Tesla, which managed to sell only 90,650 vehicles. 

The current price share of Tesla is quite expensive. As stated by Morgan Stanley, a share price of $1,000 million means that people in business expect the entity to sell at least 4 million by the end of the decade, or just eight times the current production pinch of 500k per year. Tesla seems to be joking around with $1,500. 

The fifth well-known stock on Robinhood is Workhorse, with a staggering percentage of 336.5 in the last thirty days. 

The work of Workhouse is to make electric vehicles by targeting delivery companies like FedEx, DHL, and UPS. Also, the entity makes delivery drones. Recently, the body steered its energies towards the manufacturing of electric pick-up truck, although the operation was canceled as it was costly.