3 EV Stocks That Could Be Set For A Downturn
The sellers are about to hit Tesla, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA).
The stock has staged an impressive rally over the past week as investors think it will benefit from the $2 trillion infrastructure bill, as well as a potential Green New Deal.
But the stock may have become overextended.
The red line on the following chart marks two standard deviations above its recent 20-day average price. Shares are trading above this threshold.
These overbought conditions will draw sellers into the market as they will expect a reversion to the average. This could put a top on the shares and it could even push them lower.
NIO Inc. (NYSE:NIO) has formed a classic descending triangle pattern, which has bearish implications.
Chart patterns are illustrations of the supply and demand dynamics occurring within a market. This pattern shows buyers of NIO have been complacent. At the same time, sellers are becoming more aggressive.
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Since early March buyers have held firm at the $35 level. At the same time, sellers have been knocking the shares lower.
In mid-March, the lowest price sellers would accept for their shares was around $45. By early April it had dropped to $40. Now there are sellers willing to accept $35.
The combination of aggressive sellers and complacent buyers could drive the price lower.
Shares of Fisker Inc. (NYSE:FSR) have broken support and could continue to trend lower.
Support forms when there are a large number of buyers that are looking to pay the same price for shares of stock. In this case, it was the $14.75 level. It was clear support through December and January.
Now that level been has broken, which means the buyers who were willing to pay $14.75 have either finished or canceled their orders.
With this demand of the market, the stage is set for a further decline in the share price.
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