Make Money With Auto Makers Now

Make Money with Auto Makers, like Tesla, Ford, Stellantis, Honda, General Motors, Nissan, Volkswagen, etc. have a legacy of finding it difficult to grow profits consistently. As a result, it is equally difficult for investors to make money investing in them over the long run, thus going for a ride in the auto industry. On the other hand, automobile manufacturers can generate very strong returns over the intermediate term. The trick is to be on the right side of the cycle. More importantly, it is also vital to know when to leave.

Moreover, the entire industry is in a transition as more and more manufacturers move from carbon-based engines to EV’s. Furthermore, Covid 19 hit the automotive manufacturers very hard, however, this has simultaneously created a strong recovery opportunity. Consequently, automobile manufacturers are forecast to generate strong earnings growth over the next couple years.

With this video I look at 10 of the largest and strongest automobile manufacturers. Nevertheless, my primary review will be on Stellantis NV which has become the world’s fourth largest automobile manufacturer by volume because of a merger between Peugeot S.A. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. With this video I will be reviewing Bayerische Motoren (BMWYY), Daimler (DDAIF), Ford (F), Subaru (FUJHY), General Motors (GM), Honda Motor (HMC), Nissan Motor (NSANY), Stellantis (STLA), Toyota (TM), Tesla (TSLA), Volkswagen (VWAGY)

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