Nio's Stock Is Passive, but the Growth Is Coming
Throughout this week, the shares of the Chinese electric vehicle company, Nio, have been rather passive, fluctuating between $27 and $28 per share.
This comes against the backdrop of last week's frenzied rally, which saw shares of the Chinese company rally more than 30%, which came to a standstill as suddenly as it began.
Nevertheless, the trader @ShardiB2 believes that there is no reason to worry, the bullish trend will continue. The current stagnation is only a consolidation before further growth.
$NIO Still bullish, consolidating gains nicely @ShardiB2 via Twitter
The trader's technical analysis does show long-term support lines at the indicated levels. Besides, you can see that the previous consolidations looked the same and ended with the resumption of growth.
Jim Kramer, a renowned analyst and the founder of TheStreet, also believes that NIO's stock will rise soon.
Nio's Long-Term Prospects Are Bullish Too
The analysts' long-term forecasts also demonstrate that the stock will continue to rise, J.P. Morgan raised their target price to $40 per share, indicating the pace of Nio's business growth as well as many innovative solutions such as Battery-as-a-Service.
The CEO of the company, William Li, is already preparing for the growing demand for Nio's electric vehicles: he announced a doubling of the production capacity of the Nio's factory in China, and by the end of 2021 the company is going to reach a capacity of 300 thousand electric vehicles per year.