Last week we got to know that three of the major carmakers - General Motors (NYSE: GM), Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (NYSE: FCAU) - are gradually starting the plants.
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Each company has a limited number of buyers who can purchase its goods. What if the company has reached the limit? Let's see on General Motors example.
The S&P500 index is renewing its historical maximums. All seems to go well but analysts keep mentioning yet another wave of crisis that should have come a year ago; however, falling of the stock indices is postponed all the time. In the end, those traders who accumulated short positions are made to close them, pushing the price up.
Popularity is a thing that sometimes comes up all of a sudden, when you are not expecting it at all. Workhorse (NASDAQ: WKHS) was not known by the general public a week ago, but no sooner had Donald Trump mentioned it in his Twitter, its trading volume rose from 200k to 49M shares over a single session (FB, for instance, has an average of 13M), while the stock price went up by over 200%. The Workhouse management was probably not quite ready for such an explosion in popularity, with the company website being completely down.