Also referred to as the enterprise multiple, EV/EBITDA is the enterprise value (EV) of a stock divided by its earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA). EV is the sum of a company’s market capitalization, its …
At less than 10x EV/EBIT, the stock offers a very attractive risk/award opportunity with 45+% upside potential over the next 24-36 months. One of the key investing lessons I've learned over the years is that most so-called corporate …
Why should the number of EV charging stations be compared to this much larger stock of vehicles? Yes, a lot more charging stations are needed to drive adoption, but expecting the same refueling/recharging penetration for EVs as ICE …
GM’s (NYSE: GM) Chevy Bold EV is supposed to be the Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) Model 3 killer. However, GM only sold 1,177 Bolt models in January, up from 1,162 in the same month last year GM’s once-promising move into inexpensive …
Undoubtedly, P/E is the most popular multiple used by investors to assess the fair market value of a stock. However, even this widely used valuation metric is not without its pitfalls. Is EV/EBITDA a Better Alternative to P/E? While P/E enjoys …
Panasonic is partnering with Tesla to develop batteries for EV at the automaker’s “gigafactory ... Article printed from InvestorPlace Media, https://investorplace.com/2017/09/forget-tesla-stock/.
Tesla Inc (TSLA) stock is off and running out of the gate this morning after one perma-bull raised his price target for what he sees as the company’s biggest competitive advantage. He believes that the EV maker’s Supercharger infrastructure …
Eaton Vance Corp. EV reported first-quarter fiscal 2017 (ended Jan 31) adjusted earnings of 53 cents per share, which lagged the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 58 cents. Also, earnings were 6% above the prior-year quarter. Despite the …