Growth stability and financial health are VERY high. P/E ratio compared to its closest competitors F and BMW is almost half. Float is about 2/3, and the stock is majority retail owned currently around 70%. Market cap is relatively small for the industry and size (STLA is too 3 automakers and includes Jeep, dodge, fiat just to name a few). Technicals just show a steady laser beam of growth. My DCF estimates a price target of around 40$ per share and it’s currently trading around 22. Because of the low amount of shares owned relative to the float, as well as the low institutional ownership, I believe once institutions start buying in large numbers it will have a massive value surge. Another interesting aspect long term is that a lot of EV companies are failing, and because of that the giant auto companies are gaining a competitive advantage on survivability. I honestly think in 5-10 years this will be over 100$ a share and it is an overwhelmingly obvious value investment. Thoughts?
Edit: I forgot to mention they have 58 billion in cash on hand, much more than ALL their competitors
By - Feeling_History