Hey, I'm not making excuses. I'm talking about how we go forward and change the shitty situation we are now in, taking into account our current political state and H.S. tendency for laziness.That's really no excuse at all.
I've actually seen a loaded semi ferrying new Rivians every day for weeks at a time with new production. Apparently the R1S SUV is outselling the truck at a 4:1 ratio since it's also one of the few 7-seater SUVs.Rivian was overvalued as a stock from the beginning, and kinda questionable as to having a solid business case.
A product of, and subsequent victim of the zero interest rate phenomenon.
I have seen a grand total of one Rivian vehicle in Utah, which is much like Texas in that it likes oversized vehicles.
I totally forgot about them and when i saw that truck i thought 'wow, they actually produced something..'
In my recent France travel, I observed that trams, fast trains, subways, separated bike rights of way, and walkable mixed use neighborhoods are all better methods than what we employ back in Texas to accomplish the same ends. The transportation is more efficient, cleaner, quieter, and safer, and the resulting quality of life is better.And those “better methods” would be what exactly ?
Their stock is cheap and they're going LFP for main battery packs too... why not take that chance? Better gamble than slots
Sure, there are things you can change in city/towns to reduce the need for cars and improve the situation for inhabitants,.…..but that is only viable for a limited radius before the costs and scale makes further expansion impractical …then you need “Park and Ride” stations with capacity or the suburban residents to access the public transport.In my recent France travel, I observed that trams, fast trains, subways, separated bike rights of way, and walkable mixed use neighborhoods are all better methods than what we employ back in Texas to accomplish the same ends. The transportation is more efficient, cleaner, quieter, and safer, and the resulting quality of life is better.
We're in recession-like conditions and i think a company selling $74k and up vehicles, that also isn't very established in the market is a risky bet and better be a long game investment.
I couldn't see myself ever investing in a SUV or Truck company
Oh I know to wear the gear, very well. Since teh CB500 I sent into the woods, through the trees, my first real streetbike I learned quick. Under the gear you dont get chewed up. You can still get the laceration.. but.. its kinda different under the gear. You aint gonna bleed out. Not like puddles. It clots right away under the gear.What about you? How do you survive those 40 MPH crashes?
The result is the convienience of those public transport facilities makes city living so much more attractive that it pushes up the price of city property and rentals and (...)
Yep, Shoulda bought into Rivian.
Rivian sells nearly 14,000 vehicles last quarter, stock goes up 13%.
? Is this what they call a “buy” oportunity ??Rivian Automotive Inc RIVN shares are trading lower by 12.7% to $16.82 over the trailing five sessions, though marginally higher Monday morning. The stock has experienced a recent decline amid weakness in the EV industry, influenced by Tesla Inc's disappointing third-quarter financial results.
Additionally, the rise in Treasury yields has negatively affected growth stocks, contributing to Rivian's 20% drop in October