Churchill Capital Corp. IV (CCIV)
|Net Income (ttm)||n/a|
|Trading Day||April 19|
|Day's Range||18.68 - 20.33|
|52-Week Range||9.60 - 64.86|
Long-term investors focusing on the next three to five years and confident in Lucid's ability to execute are looking at bargain prices.
These three growth stocks are hitting different markets and are all down from their recent highs.
Virgin Galactic, Churchill Capital, PepsiCo and Plug Power were our top stock trades for Friday. That said, let's look at the charts now.
As CCIV stock stumbles, social media speculation is once again turning to the potential of a short squeeze. Here's what you should know.
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The plunge in CCIV stock made sense. But there's still a long-term bull case if Lucid's execution matches the promise of its strategy.
Lucid Motors is a very promising name in the EV space, but right now an investment CCIV stock is better aligned with a bear put spread. The post Churchill Capital Makes a Bearish U-Turn appeared first o...
CCIV stock continues to trade at a lofty valuation, despite the steep challenges ahead for Lucid Motors in the electric vehicle sector. The post Make it or Brake It: Lucid Motors Hype Leaves Little Marg...
Investors must be patient as Lucid vehicles aren't available yet. Still, a sneak peek at the factory offers encouragement for CCIV stock.
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Due to the intensified competition for discretionary dollars, CCIV stock could be kept in check for some time. The post Pent-Up Post-Lockdown Demand, EV Fatigue May Keep Churchill Capital IV in Check ap...
CCIV stock represents the shell company taking Lucid Motors public. Shares may look cheap now and they should stay that way for a while.
Shares of the Lucid Motors owner pulled back on a broader rotation in the market.
CCIV stock has come down sharply from this year's peak price, which may represent a discount given its underlying strategy. The post Churchill Capital Corp IV's Lucid Motors Add Substance To EV Ambition...
The special purpose acquisition company Churchill Capital Corp IV (NYSE: CCIV) has caught the eye of Tim Quast, founder and CEO of Market Structure EDGE. The SPAC announced Feb. 22 that it's merging wi...
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Buy-and-hold investors could consider CCIV stock asa long-term investment around these price levels, and then prepare to be patient. The post Churchill Capital IV Stock Price Might Soon Stabilize appear...
Lucid Motors has given Twitter a look at its new AMP-1 manufacturing facility. The hype behind the video is boosting CCIV stock.
The Churchill Capital IV SPAC merger with Lucid Motors is good value now. CCIV stock is worth at least 19% more at $27.45 per share based on an adjusted comp valuation.
Investing in CCIV stock will only get you a 16% stake in Lucid, but the shares have short-term catalysts for retail traders to play . The post The Boom Cycle for Churchill Capital Corp IV Is Over, But S...
So what will the stock market do today? Investors are carefully scrutinizing a $2 trillion infrastructure spending bill from President Biden.
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Churchill Capital IV (CCIV) stock is heading higher on Tuesday as investors on social media hype up the stock despite a lack of news today. The post CCIV Stock: 5 Churchill Capital Tweets as Shares Pop ...
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Churchill Capital Corp. IV lost 20% in the past week. But, CCIV stock has doubled since its July 2020 IPO.
Continuing to sport a huge valuation, CCIV stock still isn't worth buying after EV stocks lost momentum. The post Amid Some Good News, The Outlook of Churchill Capital Corp IV Hasn't Changed appeared fi...
The EV start-up plans to make around 500 units of the Dream Edition Air.
Churchill Capital Corp IV has had a wild ride this year that shows no signs of stopping. New information regarding merger negotiations with Lucid Motors has investors uncertain.
Investors clearly misread CCIV stock ahead of its announced merger with Lucid. In that context, the recent sell-off simply makes sense.
The media report that set off a dramatic chain of events was inaccurate, but still contributed to a deal getting done.
It's tough to pick winners in the electric-vehicle wars at this point, but this one certainly looks interesting.
Lucid has set plans for recycling its batteries and getting to 500,000 cars in a year, competing head-to-head with Tesla and legacy car makers. CCIV cash will fuel that.
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Options investors can generate monthly income if Churchill Capital IV stock stays range-bound until Lucid starts Air deliveries.
CCIV stock is on the move to the downside today, however there appears to be room for optimism with this stock after recent reports. The post CCIV Stock: Can Lucid Motors Thrive as an Energy Storage Play?
Churchill Capital Corp IV does not have significant operations. It intends to effect a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization, or similar business combination with one or more businesses. The company was incorporated in 2020 and is based in New York, New York.
|IPO Date |
Jul 30, 2020
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