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Lordstown Motors Corp. (RIDE)

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    meifud
    $RIDE conversation
    cannot say you were not told...
    "meifud 21 days ago
    $RIDE conversation
    all hope is not gone, just most of it. the likelihood that lordstown can stop in the 4's after the earnings report is dwindling now that they have no plan, no plant, and no permanent president or corporate suite..."
  • E
    E4
    $Ride & $WKHS a Huge target for shorts.
  • g
    glen
    #NKLA, #RIDE, #FSR, #HYLN, #WKHS. Reminds me of the 3D printer run up. These companies were all too late to the party. Say bye bye to your investment.
  • F
    Fark
    $VLDR conversation
    I’m glad I sold this in Dec along with $Ride lordstown . Best decision ever. I already knew those spac stocks are pump and dump
  • g
    glen
    #FSR and #RIDE continue to trade together after the partnership. Foxconn’s plan to buy up the pieces for pennies on the dollar is in working perfectly. Be glad you sold out already.
  • S
    SG
    $RIDE conversation
    Slowly $RIDE-ing this down to $0, longs? I guess you love seppukku!
  • I
    I own puts
    $RIDE conversation
    I miss gems like this from @Crusher4 U:

    Crusher 4 U 7 days ago
    $RIDE conversation
    Reached 7.34 at the highest..so a lot to run, so don't sell...let's burn shorts and who own puts.
  • M
    Minsok Chang
    $50,000,000.00 will get you 7.2m $RIDE shares @ $6.90
  • I
    I own puts
    $RIDE conversation
    Jim 2 days ago Replied to a reaction
    $RIDE conversation
    @I own puts I will driving
  • R
    RIDEorDie$150
    $RIDE conversation
    I see that Elon Musk maybe selling 10% of TESLA stock and he will get 21.5 billion dollars. Could he pay cash for $RIDE ? 3 to 5 Billion is possible buy out
  • M
    Minsok Chang
    Asset Purchase Agreement.

    “The “Excluded Assets” will be defined as LEVC’s personal property listed on a schedule to the Asset Purchase Agreement and will include, without limitation, the hub motor assembly lines, the battery module assembly lines, the battery pack assembly lines, all LEVC assets not on the grounds of the Facility and intellectual technology assets related to LEVC’s continuing business operations such as the intellectual property rights to the hub motor improvements developed by LEVC.”

    Speculating so, I apologize….

    LMC excluding things from the Asset Purchase Agreement is a plus. Although we need help, we got a lot of help already. As long as we’re headed in the right direction.

    The battery packs. We could be selling battery packs to Foxconn! OR Foxconn could be buying them from next door?? I don’t know how all that will workout but I think it’s a good thing that we’re excluding the battery module assembly lines, the battery pack assembly lines from the Asset Purchase Agreement. If we’re that distressed, why not sell those too? What’s so special or unique about our battery module, pack assembly lines that we’re excluding it? That would be great news if we were to supply Foxconn all things battery.

    Hub motor is our IP. Apple’s core competency is in the IP, right? Apple not only has Foxconn manufacturing their iPhones, they even had the Intel chips until just recently - M1. Amazon has no stores. Facebook has no content. Bitcoin has no coins. Uber has no cars. Air BnB has no property. So, I’m guessing there’s a lot to be said about IP. I noticed we’re excluding IP from the AP (agreement). Saw what I did there? Foxconn definitely could have bought the hub motor technology too but, didn’t. Didn’t or more like couldn’t??

    gm gave us a 130 football stadiums size plant for cheap. Not to mention the expensive robots that came with it. Then, we got to sell it for a massive profit margin to Foxconn. I think Ohio is doing all they can, allowing us to sell direct and even more EV tax credits (house bill 292). Now, we got Foxconn to mitigate some of the ‘on going concerns’ by paying for practically everything.

    We got help, and a lot of it. That could be a problem or a positive.

    I am beginning to see, more and more, the importance of starting production sooner rather than later. But only because it’s us.

    I know it’s all about funding, capex, production, scaling, revenues, earnings, numbers, etc when it comes to businesses or $RIDE. BUT, ‘Excluded Assets’ is another positive. The hub motor technology is a game changer.
  • M
    Minsok Chang
    Fund managers looking for eco-friendly investing it’s me skeletor $RIDE
  • K
    Kirtz
    $TSLA conversation
    $Ride is about to blow
  • K
    Kirtz
    $TSLA conversation
    Elon Musk acknowledged lordstown motor the $RIDE as one of good Ev trucks
  • B
    Ben
    Preparing for big gains. $RIDE
  • M
    Minsok Chang
    $100m November 18, 2020. Already $50m equity investment in October. Operational cost cut in half about. $RIDE should have gone to $8 AH
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    HARINDER
    Just remember $RIDE is the next $TSLA 😂😂😂
  • I
    I own puts
    $RIDE conversation
    Lol.
    Crusher 4 U19 hours ago
    $RIDE conversation
    We are saving most of the fun for tomorrow!!...
    All the best longs
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    InvestorAlex
    $PTRA conversation
    Let's line up all the EV companies with ZERO revenue: $NKLA $FSR $ARVL $LEV $FSR $RIDE $WKHS $GOEV

    6 of these companies have one more thing in common; their market cap is larger than $PTRA.

    $PTRA had $214M in revenue with a $2B market cap. Their revenue grew by %39 YoY, during global pandemic.

    Do the math.
  • M
    Minsok Chang
    If you think $RIDE will be 20-50 next year, is LOADUP a compound word? Even if you think this is $10….that’s 100% ROI