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    Primo ordine di acquisto eseguito poco fa al pma = $15,75.
    Che hai combinato? Mi aspettavo una salita oggi.

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    Che hai combinato? Mi aspettavo una salita oggi.
    La volatilità sul titolo Nikola è praticamente una costante;... al minimo pretesto negativo o positivo le oscillazioni dei prezzi sono esagerate... ed il sottoscritto tenta di cavalcare il saliscendi continuo. Cmq, fino a quando le quotazioni si muovono vicino o attorno ai minimi storici è come saltare sulle onde vicino alla riva...

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    La volatilità sul titolo Nikola è praticamente una costante;... al minimo pretesto negativo o positivo le oscillazioni dei prezzi sono esagerate... ed il sottoscritto tenta di cavalcare il saliscendi continuo. Cmq, fino a quando le quotazioni si muovono vicino o attorno ai minimi storici è come saltare sulle onde vicino alla riva...
    Un pò tipo i bitcoin. Si compra e si vende finché qualcuno scopre che non valgono nulla. Chi rimarrà mai con il cerino in mano?

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    Bot + Buoni postali...? No, grazie.

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    Un pò tipo i bitcoin. Si compra e si vende finché qualcuno scopre che non valgono nulla. Chi rimarrà mai con il cerino in mano?
    Alcuni vedono il Bitcoin a $1 mln entro pochi anni... e tra questi vi sono quelli che lo hanno in ptf da quando valeva poche decine di $... come la mitica Cathie Wood.
    Quanto a Nikola è una startup che "farà molta strada"... stanne certo.

    Per quanto riguarda il Bitcoin non provo nemmeno a tenerlo nei preferiti... ho perso il treno e pace.
    Su Nikola continuo a fare trading con piccole somme ... se va bene guadagno qualcosa, se va male perdo poco. Finora è andata abbastanza bene.
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    These Stocks Will See Sales More Than Double in 2022, According to Wall Street

    11/07/2021 12:08 MTFL

    Since the end of the Great Recession, Wall Street and investors have been focused on growth stocks. Historically low lending rates and ongoing quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve have allowed fast-paced companies to borrow cheaply and accelerate their sales growth.
    As you can imagine, a lot of companies are delivering strong double-digit, or even triple-digit, sales growth in 2021 as the U.S. and global economy bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic. But according to consensus estimates from Wall Street, the following trio of popular stocks are set to more than double their sales in 2022.
    Novavax: Implied revenue growth of 142% in 2022One of the fastest-growing stocks on the planet right now is clinical-stage biotech stock Novavax (NVAX.O). The reason is simple: It's not expected to be a wholly clinical-stage drug developer for much longer.
    Novavax has found itself in the spotlight since the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic began. That's because it's a vaccine-focused company that's developed an intriguing candidate to treat COVID-19, NVX-CoV2373 (these vaccine names just roll off the tongue, don't they?). In March, the company announced that its vaccine candidate produced a vaccine effectiveness of 89.7% in a large-scale phase 3 trial in the United Kingdom. Then, in mid-June, the company released nearly identical efficacy of 90.4% from a large-scale trial in the United States. Based on trial efficacy and available safety information, it would appear to have a very good shot at obtaining emergency-use authorization (EUA) in the U.S., U.K., and Europe.
    The big question marks for Novavax are where and when its vaccine might hit the market. The company delayed its EUA filing to the third quarter from the second quarter, and it's suggested that it may not be able to ramp up to full production until sometime in the fourth quarter. This has some folks wondering if Novavax is going to miss out on the revenue free-for-all in developed countries in 2021.
    But if we've learned anything by COVID-19, it's that the global vaccination campaign in developed and emerging markets is a process that's going to take a long time. Even if Novavax isn't a major player in the U.S., there are developed and emerging markets where it can have a major impact. The company is also in the very early stages of developing a combination COVID-19/influenza vaccine that could further differentiate its product down the line.
    According to estimates from Wall Street, Novavax is expected to see its full-year sales skyrocket to $5.23 billion in 2022, which would be up from an estimated $2.16 billion this year, and the $475.6 million the company reported in 2020.
    Marathon Digital Holdings: Implied revenue growth of 122% in 2022Another fast-paced company expected to deliver back-to-back years of supercharged growth is cryptocurrency miner Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA.O).
    Cryptocurrency miners are people or businesses that use high-powered computers to validate groups of transactions, known as a block, on a digital currency's blockchain. In exchange for validating these transactions as true, mining companies are paid a block reward. Marathon is specifically focused on mining Bitcoin , the world's largest cryptocurrency by market cap. For verifying a block on Bitcoin's blockchain, it's paid a reward of 6.25 Bitcoin, which is worth about $203,000, as of late evening on July 8, 2021.
    The reason Marathon Digital Holdings is growing so rapidly is the ongoing expansion of its mining farm. As of the end of June, the company's active mining fleet totaled 19,395 miners. However, Marathon has nearly 84,000 additional miners on order or in transit from Bitmain. The company's latest update notes that it'll have in the neighborhood of 30,000 miners operational by sometime in September, with the remaining 73,000 miners (103,120 in total) being installed in a new 300-megawatt facility in Texas by no later than the end of the first quarter of 2022.
    On one hand, it's pretty easy to see why all eyes are on Marathon in the crypto mining space. Its mining fleet should be the largest in North America, which presumably gives it an edge in mining Bitcoin. This is why Wall Street is looking for Marathon's annual sales to jump from $248.4 million this year to nearly $551 million in 2022.
    On the other hand, Marathon is entirely dependent on the price of Bitcoin heading higher, rather than innovation. Bitcoin has lost half of its value over the past three months, and it has a history of protracted bear markets. Couple this with the fact that Bitcoin's block rewards halve every four years, and this business model looks like more of a fad than anything truly investable or sustainable.

    Nikola: Implied revenue growth of 950% in 2022.
    A third growth stock that's expected to drive home a serious sales increase in 2022 is electric vehicle (EV) and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle manufacturer Nikola
    (NKLA.O). Building from the ground up, Wall Street is looking for revenue to catapult 950% in 2022 to around $203 million from an estimated $19.3 million in the current year.

    The clear and obvious takeaway is that there's a massive multi-decade opportunity for automakers to take advantage of the consumer and enterprise shift from fossil fuel-powered vehicles to those powered by alternative energy. Even though we've already witnessed Tesla Motors capitalize on this transition, it still holds a very small percentage of global auto market share. In other words, there's room for plenty of innovative EV and hydrogen fuel-cell-powered manufacturers to step and further this worldwide transformation.
    But as we've witnessed over the past year, building an EV production company from the ground up isn't easy. Nikola has been under the microscope since exaggerating the technological capabilities of its Nikola One electric semi truck. The company's image has also been damaged by founder Trevor Milton, who announced his departure from the company in a middle-of-the-night tweet last year. Even the Securities and Exchange Commission opened an investigation into Nikola.
    On the plus side, Nikola and Total Transportation Services (TTS) entered into an agreement in May that included a letter-of-intent from TTS to order 100 Nikola Tre battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell electric semi trucks. It could mark the beginning of tangible orders and recurring revenue for the company.
    However, it's also crystal clear that Wall Street and investors don't particularly trust the company Milton built. Nikola looks to have ample cash for the time being, but ongoing losses from research and development, prototyping, and commercial-scale production could eventually challenge the company's solvency. Even with huge projected sales growth, it's a stock I'd suggest investors avoid.

    Sean Williams has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Bitcoin and Tesla. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
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    Nikola shareholders reject executive pay proposal

    07/07/2021 00:46 RSF

    BERKELEY, California, July 6 (Reuters) - Shareholders of Nikola Corp (NKLA.O) have voted against a proposal to approve compensation paid to its "named executive officers," including $159.2 million to founder and former executive chairman Trevor R. Milton, the electric truck maker said on Tuesday.

    The decision, although non-binding, illustrates shareholders' discontent about Nikola, once a high-flying company whose shares tanked over 80% from its peak partly due to ongoing probes by regulators and prosecutors.

    The compensation, which includes salary, bonus and stock awards, was proposed to a total of six people, including chief executive officer and president Mark Russell with $159.2 million and Britton Worthen, chief legal officer with $79.6 million. The shareholders' meeting took place on June 30.

    Nikola and some of executives are facing a series of class action lawsuits, which allege they made false and/or misleading statements regarding Nikola's business plan and prospects.
    Fatto bene.

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    These Stocks Will See Sales More Than Double in 2022, According to Wall Street

    11/07/2021 12:08 MTFL

    Since the end of the Great Recession, Wall Street and investors have been focused on growth stocks. Historically low lending rates and ongoing quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve have allowed fast-paced companies to borrow cheaply and accelerate their sales growth.
    As you can imagine, a lot of companies are delivering strong double-digit, or even triple-digit, sales growth in 2021 as the U.S. and global economy bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic. But according to consensus estimates from Wall Street, the following trio of popular stocks are set to more than double their sales in 2022.
    Novavax: Implied revenue growth of 142% in 2022One of the fastest-growing stocks on the planet right now is clinical-stage biotech stock Novavax (NVAX.O). The reason is simple: It's not expected to be a wholly clinical-stage drug developer for much longer.
    Novavax has found itself in the spotlight since the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic began. That's because it's a vaccine-focused company that's developed an intriguing candidate to treat COVID-19, NVX-CoV2373 (these vaccine names just roll off the tongue, don't they?). In March, the company announced that its vaccine candidate produced a vaccine effectiveness of 89.7% in a large-scale phase 3 trial in the United Kingdom. Then, in mid-June, the company released nearly identical efficacy of 90.4% from a large-scale trial in the United States. Based on trial efficacy and available safety information, it would appear to have a very good shot at obtaining emergency-use authorization (EUA) in the U.S., U.K., and Europe.
    The big question marks for Novavax are where and when its vaccine might hit the market. The company delayed its EUA filing to the third quarter from the second quarter, and it's suggested that it may not be able to ramp up to full production until sometime in the fourth quarter. This has some folks wondering if Novavax is going to miss out on the revenue free-for-all in developed countries in 2021.
    But if we've learned anything by COVID-19, it's that the global vaccination campaign in developed and emerging markets is a process that's going to take a long time. Even if Novavax isn't a major player in the U.S., there are developed and emerging markets where it can have a major impact. The company is also in the very early stages of developing a combination COVID-19/influenza vaccine that could further differentiate its product down the line.
    According to estimates from Wall Street, Novavax is expected to see its full-year sales skyrocket to $5.23 billion in 2022, which would be up from an estimated $2.16 billion this year, and the $475.6 million the company reported in 2020.
    Marathon Digital Holdings: Implied revenue growth of 122% in 2022Another fast-paced company expected to deliver back-to-back years of supercharged growth is cryptocurrency miner Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA.O).
    Cryptocurrency miners are people or businesses that use high-powered computers to validate groups of transactions, known as a block, on a digital currency's blockchain. In exchange for validating these transactions as true, mining companies are paid a block reward. Marathon is specifically focused on mining Bitcoin , the world's largest cryptocurrency by market cap. For verifying a block on Bitcoin's blockchain, it's paid a reward of 6.25 Bitcoin, which is worth about $203,000, as of late evening on July 8, 2021.
    The reason Marathon Digital Holdings is growing so rapidly is the ongoing expansion of its mining farm. As of the end of June, the company's active mining fleet totaled 19,395 miners. However, Marathon has nearly 84,000 additional miners on order or in transit from Bitmain. The company's latest update notes that it'll have in the neighborhood of 30,000 miners operational by sometime in September, with the remaining 73,000 miners (103,120 in total) being installed in a new 300-megawatt facility in Texas by no later than the end of the first quarter of 2022.
    On one hand, it's pretty easy to see why all eyes are on Marathon in the crypto mining space. Its mining fleet should be the largest in North America, which presumably gives it an edge in mining Bitcoin. This is why Wall Street is looking for Marathon's annual sales to jump from $248.4 million this year to nearly $551 million in 2022.
    On the other hand, Marathon is entirely dependent on the price of Bitcoin heading higher, rather than innovation. Bitcoin has lost half of its value over the past three months, and it has a history of protracted bear markets. Couple this with the fact that Bitcoin's block rewards halve every four years, and this business model looks like more of a fad than anything truly investable or sustainable.

    Nikola: Implied revenue growth of 950% in 2022.
    A third growth stock that's expected to drive home a serious sales increase in 2022 is electric vehicle (EV) and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle manufacturer Nikola
    (NKLA.O). Building from the ground up, Wall Street is looking for revenue to catapult 950% in 2022 to around $203 million from an estimated $19.3 million in the current year.

    The clear and obvious takeaway is that there's a massive multi-decade opportunity for automakers to take advantage of the consumer and enterprise shift from fossil fuel-powered vehicles to those powered by alternative energy. Even though we've already witnessed Tesla Motors capitalize on this transition, it still holds a very small percentage of global auto market share. In other words, there's room for plenty of innovative EV and hydrogen fuel-cell-powered manufacturers to step and further this worldwide transformation.
    But as we've witnessed over the past year, building an EV production company from the ground up isn't easy. Nikola has been under the microscope since exaggerating the technological capabilities of its Nikola One electric semi truck. The company's image has also been damaged by founder Trevor Milton, who announced his departure from the company in a middle-of-the-night tweet last year. Even the Securities and Exchange Commission opened an investigation into Nikola.
    On the plus side, Nikola and Total Transportation Services (TTS) entered into an agreement in May that included a letter-of-intent from TTS to order 100 Nikola Tre battery-electric and hydrogen fuel-cell electric semi trucks. It could mark the beginning of tangible orders and recurring revenue for the company.
    However, it's also crystal clear that Wall Street and investors don't particularly trust the company Milton built. Nikola looks to have ample cash for the time being, but ongoing losses from research and development, prototyping, and commercial-scale production could eventually challenge the company's solvency. Even with huge projected sales growth, it's a stock I'd suggest investors avoid.

    Sean Williams has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Bitcoin and Tesla. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.
    Quindi bisogna vendere tutte le azioni Nikola,o che Nikola nel 2022 venderà molti camion? Comunque bel crollo grazie a Milton,per non aver incassato cash,anche se da quello che vedo su tradingview che quando ci si avvicina al giorno dei dati finanziari c'è un bel sell per poi ripartire.Comunque ancora dentro con 61 azioni.

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    Quindi bisogna vendere tutte le azioni Nikola,o che Nikola nel 2022 venderà molti camion? Comunque bel crollo grazie a Milton,per non aver incassato cash,anche se da quello che vedo su tradingview che quando ci si avvicina al giorno dei dati finanziari c'è un bel sell per poi ripartire.Comunque ancora dentro con 61 azioni.
    WS si aspetta che nel breve periodo Nikola farà crescere il suo fatturato in modo straordinario... dai $19,3 mln del 2021 ai $203 mln del 2022... ossia +950%..!!
    Pertanto, le attuali quotazioni del titolo Nikola nei prox mesi potrebbero correre al rialzo... magari ripetendo le performances di altri titoli del settore automotive EV. Vedremo.

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    WS si aspetta che nel breve periodo Nikola farà crescere il suo fatturato in modo straordinario... dai $19,3 mln del 2021 ai $203 mln del 2022... ossia +950%..!!
    Pertanto, le attuali quotazioni del titolo Nikola nei prox mesi potrebbero correre al rialzo... magari ripetendo le performances di altri titoli del settore automotive EV. Vedremo.
    ok,grazie.

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    Nikola ad ora è una pura e semplice scommessa da casinò
    Sciorino un po' di dati nel bilancio:
    EPS: -1.3
    P/E: 214
    ROI: -31%
    REVENUE: 0 in 2018 e 19. Nel 2020 appena 95k
    MARGINE OPERATIVO: ampiamente NEGATIVO
    NET INCOME 2020: -400 mln, mai positivo dal 2018
    Unico PRO: stato patrimoniale positivo,liabilities ampiamente coperte dagli assets
    Onestamente se dovessi darle un fair value,farei fatica a vederla quotata sopra 5 $.....

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