There's a lot of weirdness around Kandi Technologies (NASDAQ:KNDI). These shares have risen more than 50% in the past year and about 340% over the past two years on the sizzle of the company's opportunity and potential in all-electric vehicles (or EVs) within China, even though it has never been particularly successful at selling electric ATVs, go-karts, or other products, let alone passenger autos. Like many Chinese companies, it employs a Byzantine holding company structure, employs a largely unknown auditor, and used a reverse merger to list its shares in the U.S..
On the other hand, this company boasts a joint venture with Geely (OTCPK:GELYY), one of the largest domestic auto manufacturers in China. Together, these...
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