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Vision Marine Technologies: Revolutionizing The Electric Outboard Industry

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  • Vision Marine Technologies has developed a revolutionary outboard motor for recreational boats.
  • Their first fully electric outboard powertrain system, E-Motion, changes the boating experience, reduces recurring cost, and requires less engine maintenance than a traditional outboard engine.
  • The electric outboard motor market is enjoying secular tailwinds given the move towards greener alternatives, decreasing cost of Li-ion batteries, and double-digit growth in the recreational boat market.
  • Vision Marine Technologies partners with Linamar Corporation, Canada’s second-largest automobile parts manufacturer on E-Motion™ Fully Electric Outboard.
  • Vision Marine Technologies is poised to leverage the industry tailwinds and is expected to deliver high growth performance over the next five years. I believe that the company is currently undervalued with an expected fair value of US $25 per share.

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With its fully electric outboard motor for recreational boats, VMAR has the potential to deliver value by disrupting the boating industry. The double-digit growth in the recreational boat market means the timing is right for VMAR, which could

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Ari Zoldan is the CEO of Quantum Media Group, a marketing and media agency based in New York City. As an on-air TV personality, Ari can be seen regularly on FOX, CNN & CNBC covering technology, media and business trends. Ari serves as Chair of the Media & Development committee for The Zahn Center for Innovation at City College. In his journalistic capacity Ari and has been to dozens of war torn and conflicted zones such as South Sudan, Uganda, Nicaragua, Haiti, Burma, & Guinea. He holds press credentials on Capitol Hill and the United Nations and is a member of the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

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Hi Ari, took a look at your article today. Do you still follow this company? TIA
Thanks for a good article. My main concern would be the ability of VMAR to scale up production to meet that demand, given their stated current capacity of only 300 powertrains/ year - what are your thoughts on this? Especially confusing is the recent authorization for a share repurchase scheme - bullish with respect to management’s view on the current share price, but very odd for a company on the verge of a rapid expansion, which I would have thought would require all that cash?
@Ravey Davey Gravey good point, but with a share price this low they might be trying to tell the market/investors how confident they are about the future.
@Ravey Davey Gravey
"Meanwhile, management has recently signed a large-scale production and supply agreement with McLaren Engineering (yes, the same guys known for their luxury automobiles). That will effectively outsource large-scale manufacturing, which can be capital intensive."

The more I research this company the more I like it! This one is a real sleeper as of right now, this is one of those stocks/companies that we are all wishing we had gotten in on the ground floor of. Well, here is your chance...
@AODEIS No. AAPL, NVDA, AMZN, and MSFT are all stocks that "we are all wishing we had gotten in on the ground floor of." NOT THIS ONE. Not suggesting that there's no chance in hell this company makes it....let's not use hyperboles when it comes to investing.
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