Things looked great for Nikola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA).
In six months, the electric truckmaker went from about $10 per share to about $79 — a gain of more than 650%!
The stock was absolutely soaring.
Fast-forward to today, and Nikola is back down to earth:
So, what happened in three months that caused the stock to fall from $79 to $27 per share?
Look no further than Nikola’s founder, Trevor Milton.
On September 10, Hindenburg Research put out a report claiming that Nikola was a “fraud built on dozens of lies” constructed by Milton.
Hindenburg then detailed the many falsehoods he allegedly put into motion.
According to the report, Milton:
- Misled partners into signing agreements by falsely claiming to have extensive proprietary technology.
- Staged a video called Nikola One in Motion.
- Had an artist stencil “H2” and “Zero Emission Hydrogen Electric” on the side of the Nikola One, despite it having no hydrogen capabilities whatsoever.
- Laid the groundwork to extract hundreds of millions from his company years before ever delivering on his promises.
Now, these claims sound incriminating … but they weren’t even the tip of the iceberg.
And this week, with the news of Milton’s resignation, Nikola has continued on its downward spiral, dropping 17%.
Situations like this, however unfortunate, underscore the importance of having an “Alpha Manager” at the helm of every company you invest in.
And Charles Mizrahi knows this better than anyone.
Who’s Steering the Ship?
With 37 years of experience in the market as a former investor, money manager and hedge fund manager, Charles knows the value that an Alpha Manager can bring to the table.
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If a company doesn’t have an Alpha Manager to call the shots, Charles knows that it’s not worth his time … or yours.
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This exchange-traded fund (ETF) provides exposure primarily to U.S. companies led by the CEOs who founded them, such as Tesla Inc. (Nasdaq: TSLA), Wayfair Inc. (NYSE: W) and Square Inc. (NYSE: SQ).
These are Alpha Managers with a vested interest in the companies they lead, and it shows in the ETF’s steady returns.
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