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Lion Electric: Could Common Shares See Upside As Electrification Accelerates?

May 04, 2022 12:26 AM ETThe Lion Electric Company (LEV), LEV:CA8 Comments
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  • Lion Electric has seen its stock price cut by nearly 74% from its 52-week high.
  • The manufacturer of zero-emission medium and heavy-duty vehicles stands to gain from the decarbonisation of transport.
  • The common shares hold high upside potential if strong EV sentiment returns.
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Lion Electric (NYSE:LEV) was a strong graduate of 2021's class of EV companies that went public on the back of rabid investor enthusiasm for what still remains the future of transportation. The electric trucks and school bus manufacturer was growing

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Comments (8)

OverTheHorizon profile picture
Sure. This oughta help biz:

MikeFromNZ profile picture
In like a lion, out like a lamb.
Toto56 profile picture
Laughable to think that this company with no real technology other than packing batteries in a vehicle platform can compete against established entities.
@Toto56 while established entities continue wasting time fine tuning their diesel motors.

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” Henry Ford
@Toto56 just not actually a true statement. Its OK if you don't like the company, but why make derogatory comments with no basis in fact?
@EEGroup Exactly. Regardless of whether LEV will be the market leader, reality is no-one is going to be ordering diesel school buses in North America in 2 years time. Apart from environmental issues, the economics of EV buses are becoming undeniable in the TCO vs diesel.
Orders are more important than ephemeral EV sentiment. Long and expecting a nice recovery.
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