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XPeng: Your Next 'Made In China' EV Stock

Apr. 11, 2021 11:30 AM ETXPeng Inc. (XPEV)27 Comments
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  • There’s every reason to believe that XPeng will continue to expand within China, which will lead to the further improvement of its top-line performance.
  • By offering electric vehicles at affordable prices in the biggest EV market in the world, XPeng is poised for growth.
  • We continue to hold our long position in XPeng.
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As one of the most popular EV startups in China, there's every reason to believe that XPeng (NYSE:XPEV) will continue to expand within the mainland and increase its sales in the

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Comments (27)

Small position in XPEV and holding. Would consider adding on weakness at below $30
"If it were made in China, it might explode!!!" - Jackie Chan, 18th April, 2009.
NoTimeToCry profile picture
@ChingChongMan The Pinto did... Oh, wait, that was an American made 😁
Hembree profile picture
Your opinion matters -
I’m down 20% with both NIO and XPEV -
Should I double down or just hold -

I do believe the future is bright for both companies, it’s just hard seeing my return’s -
CHOPi profile picture
Trade relations between the United States and China are deteriorating with each passing day, and it is unclear what response each country will have. At the very least, all Chinese companies can be written off by NASDAQ.
34.82 USD
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Apr 14, 9:39 AM EDT ·Disclaimer

dropping why?
CHOPi profile picture
@John_Baja Trade relations between the United States and China are deteriorating with each passing day, and it is unclear what response each country will have. At the very least, all Chinese companies can be written off by NASDAQ.

Xpeng to Debut Lidar-Equipped EV This Week
The company says its P5 will be the first lidar-equipped production vehicle.

roller coaster day!

33.93 USD
−0.56 (1.62%)
Apr 12, 1:38 PM EDT ·Disclaimer
Hmm I'm wondering why in the west so many ppl are bullish on china/chinese stocks.
I recommend everybody before investing in china to do DD and visit china, just go 20km from the turist hotspots (like shanghai center) and the place is fucked up. If you don't trust me check it out yourself.
In addition they have a socialist gvt. and all companys are under CCP control. So for me completely uninvestable. If you like to invest abroad: ok go to Canada, Europe, Latam, Japan, Taiwan or whatever.
@cashpoorcapitall Agree investing in Chinese companies carries high risk, yet China is the only place (besides US) there are huge market and great potential for growth, also high conviction (by the government) to go EV. Other places like EU, Canada, LAMA, Japan, productivity and growth are sluggish
@cashpoorcapitall How about providing some color on the F***ed up? How does it relate to XPEV? Honestly curious. I thought the article did their DD. Of course there are always risks.
@fiy Well in my view great potential you can find in other emerging markets: Vietnam, Indonesia etc. however consider less risky than china. India is even a democracy
Xpeng has had some unusual hurdles to deal with (covid-chip shortage) and has fared well......It will be interesting to see what they can do when life gets back to some kind of normalcy .
Xpeng to produce its own autonomous driving chips. Why is SA silent on that?finance.yahoo.com/...
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Thanks for highlighting important pros about XPEV. Back when I picked Chinese EV stocks for my basket I did a two day session of systematic research and my conclusions were clearly in favor of XPEV Vs NIO and Li. Looking forward to the growth that’s coming. XPeng is selling well in amongst others Norway which was Tesla’s biggest early mover market in Europe. Scandinavians are extremely quality oriented and wouldn’t choose XPeng unless it’s a great car to drive and offers great aftermarket services.
They already come in Europe and this is a very important move,keep going on the good work and delivery and in the long run will be fine
No made in china, thank you.
@HK guy so what can you buy?
@HK guy Chinese brands are in the top tier of EV market.
Hembree profile picture
@HK guy just wondering why you are on this board if NO made China -
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