Kind of interesting comparison at the NAIAS 2012. Could that $7,500 taxpayer subsidy have a part to play?
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Automaker want to tap into the potential of demand that is simmering with an aging fleet of cars in garages these days, but, simply put, cars cost too much and are failing with every cost increase
If the technical pattern on the weekly chart of Toyota Motors (ADR: TM) stock looks familiar, you are correct.
Tesla Motors, Inc. (Nasdaq:TSLA) reported about one year ago that strong sequential revenue growth, gross margin improvement, and, more important, the Model S Alpha Drives were on schedule.
Beginning with the press review days and throughout the show, the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) 2012 will host a number of national and state elected government officials, includin
Think about it. Press days at major auto shows like the 2012 NAIAS in Detroit are already less relelevant due to automakers' use of social media to tease unveliings.
You can also bet your bottom dollar that TorqueNews will be watching this trend indicator, especially as we cover the NAIAS 2012 in Detroit.
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What does this have to do with autos? Plenty. Proving scalability and extended usability, its future applications to the base technology include automotive mild hybrids.
It does not come up all the time or on every stock, but when a converging wedge pattern appears on a stock chart, astute traders take notice; and such was the case today with the stock for Ford Mot
From MarketWatch to Auto News and others, the reports also indicate the 2012 North American International Auto Show will be rife with claims of increased gas mileage, more use of
Yes, the market by every definition is uncertain by its very nature. That’s the most basic message here. That is the risk.
Yes, there are good subsidies and poorly chosen subsidies.