Nano One: Forget Rivian, This Lithium Stock Is Undervalued

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Summary

  • Mr. Market is both irrational and uninformed: This presents opportunity.
  • Multiple automotive companies are now in partnership with Nano One. This represents tremendous opportunity.
  • Nano One pulled out of China and then a Black Swan event occurred in the U.K.  It is our opinion this is a nothing burger.
  • The company is hinting where some future efforts might be for Nano One concerning the North American market.
  • Investors need to step back and take a long term view of the EV market. Ask: Does long term outlook compel investment in Nano One given its partnerships?
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Mr. Market Is Both Uninformed & Irrational

Mr. Market is a peculiar man. He is short sighted and often lacks information. He tends to trade on emotion and/or misinformation. He mostly looks to the short term and does not have the ability to peer

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"Never let formal education get in the way of your learning". - Mark Twain,,,You are here for one reason. You want "actionable Intelligence". If you wanted a history lesson on a company then Google is your friend. My aim is to provide intelligence that you can read, ponder, and then execute upon to make a profit or avoid a loss. A price of a stock is almost irrelevant. It is the last thing to consider when buying a stock. If you don't pay attention to management, financials (go back 3 years), the sector, global macros, your portfolio mix, along with risk/reward for capital used and the company news, you are ignoring all of the things that come before price. Price is mostly real-time sentiment. It is hardly ever a good indicator of value.People who only look at price will fail as investors, because price is a result of fundamentals, news, and sentiment. You have to learn to "take" from the market, if at all possible, make it give you what you want.Use targets, set limits, protect your capital with stops and if something changes fundamentally, review, review, review.You can't read too much. If it was easy everyone would be doing it. Now you have no reason to not get Alpha.

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