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NIO Stock Price | NIO Shares ChartCentral Index Key (CIK): 0001736541 | ISIN: US62914V1061 | Symbol: NIO | Type: Stock.
NIO was founded in 2014 with global headquarters in Shanghai and R&D centers in Hefei and Beijing (China), San Jose (California, USA), Oxford (UK) and Munich ( Germany). A special feature of NIO's work is offering its customers “battery as a service”, ie. buyers have the opportunity to purchase an electric vehicle at a lower price, but still pay a monthly fee for renting batteries. NIO, Inc. (NIO) stock price today, live price online, charts, professional analytics, technical and fundamental analysis, comments, reports, dividends and more about NIO stocks.


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About NIO Company

NIO was founded in 2014 with global headquarters in Shanghai and R&D centers in Hefei and Beijing (China), San Jose (California, USA), Oxford (UK) and Munich ( Germany).

Nio's business area covers:

  • development, production and sales of five, six and seven-seat electric off-road vehicles, as well as batteries for them;
  • home and public charging stations (Power Home and Public Charger) and battery replacement stations (Power Swap).

Nio's electric vehicle plant is located in Hefei, central China.

Nio's electric vehicle shipments are limited by the Chinese market (as of early 2021), but the company announced its plans for deliveries in Europe as early as the second half of 2021.

A special feature of Nio's work is offering its customers “battery as a service”, ie. buyers have the opportunity to purchase an electric vehicle at a lower price, but still pay a monthly fee for renting batteries.

Nio has dedicated stations in China that enable customers to quickly replace a dead battery with a full charge, saving time compared to recharging at a charging station.

Starting in the first quarter of 2022, Nio will begin generating revenue from a monthly payment for using an on-board computer-based fully automatic driving system.

Nio businesses also provide additional services such as insurance; repair and maintenance services.

Nio's IPO took place on September 12, 2018 on the NYSE with a price of $ 6.26 per share, as a result of which, the unprofitable manufacturer of electric vehicles at the time attracted $ 1 billion in investments and was originally valued at $ 6 billion.

Apart from the funds raised during the IPO, Nio had 10 funding rounds as of April 29, 2020, raising a total of $ 5.4 billion. Major Chinese companies, including Tencent Holding, were the leading investors.

What is Important for an Investor to Know?

NIO's shipments in the third quarter of 2021, which ended September 30, were higher than the forecast the company gave earlier this month.

Instead of the projected 22,500 - 23,500 units, Nio delivered 24,439 electric vehicles, up 100.2% year-on-year and over 21,896 vehicles delivered by Nio in the second quarter.

NIO delivered 10,628 vehicles this September, including the completion of the first shipment of its SUVs to Norway. That's almost double the 5880 shipped by Nio in August and 125.7% more than last year.

This is a very upbeat signal for Nio investors, who were disappointed with the company's lower forecast for shipments in early September. Nio then lowered its third-quarter auto-shipments forecast from 23,000 to 25,000 EVs to 22,500 to 23,500, citing a global chip shortage problem.

In early September, Nio announced a $ 2 billion additional share placement, promising to use the funds raised to "strengthen balance sheets and overall corporate goals."

On September 26, HSBC analyst Yuqian Ding gave Nio a buy rating but lowered its target price from $ 69 to $ 47 given the stock price at $ 35.63 at the close of trading on Thursday, a 31.9% growth forecast.

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Elliott Wave Analysis of NIO Stocks



NIO's stocks price is close to completing a downward correction.

The price is in the correctional 5th wave, locally also in the 5th wave inside the falling Wedge, the exit from which leads to short-term targets 40.85 and 46.19.

If the stock goes beyond the Big Flag, then the next targets are $ 53.57 per share and $ 65.78 (plus 100% of the current price).

A good point to set up stocks in the medium term.

China-based electric vehicles (EV) maker NIO Inc. (NIO) said that it achieved new record-high monthly and quarterly deliveries in September 2021. The company delivered 10,628 vehicles during the month, marking a year-over-year jump of 125.7%.

Markedly, the total number included 1,978 deliveries of NIO ES8s (the company’s flagship premium smart electric SUV), 5,260 deliveries of NIO ES6s (five-seater high-performance premium smart electric SUV) and 3,390 NIO EC6s (five-seater premium smart electric coupe SUV).

For the third quarter, the company delivered a total of 24,439 vehicles, up 100.2% year-over-year. At the end of September, the total number of vehicles delivered by the company stood at 142,036.

Notably, Nio disclosed to have opened its NIO House and completed its first batch of vehicle deliveries in Norway on September 30, 2021.

On September 26, HSBC analyst Yuqian Ding maintained a Buy rating on the stock and lowered the price target to $47 (31.9% upside potential) from $69.

Ding expects Nio’s product cycle to pick up momentum in 2022 with new models. The analyst reduced the price target after factoring lower 2021 and 2022 earnings estimates and heightened competition in the EV segment.

Last week, another analyst, Bank of America Securities’ Ming Hsun Lee maintained a Buy rating on the stock with a price target of $62 (74% upside potential).

Overall, the Street is bullish on the stock and has a Strong Buy consensus rating based on 6 unanimous Buys. The average Nio price target of $63.85 implies upside potential of about 79.2%.

NIO’s September Deliveries Skyrocket 125%; Street Says Buy

Three months of unmitigated selling pressure on Chinese stocks have left their mark on Chinese electric-vehicle maker NIO (NIO). Since July 1, 2021, shares of Nio have lost over 30% of their value, notes Goldman Sachs analyst Fei Fang — but all bad things must come to an end.

And in Fang’s opinion, it’s now time to buy some Nio stock.

Why buy Nio now? In addition to the broad-based market selloff, after all, Nio suffers from some problems of its own making, in particular an August fatal car accident involving a Nio car driving with its “Navigate on Pilot” (NOP) autonomous driving mode on, and an early-September sales update that reduced expectations for sales volume in the face of “supply chain constraints.” But in Fang’s view, the story surrounding Nio could be about to change.

The next six months, argues the analyst, will see “strong volume expansion” at Nio as the company:

  • Introduces its ET7 electric sedan in China (expected to go on sale in Q1 next year),
  • Enters the Norwegian electric car market internationally.
  • Advertises new wares in China at its upcoming “Nio Day 2021.” Among the unveilings expected there will be Nio’s second electric sedan, the anticipated ET5 (which Fang expects to be comparable to a Tesla Model 3).

Profits should grow nicely as well, especially thanks to the ET7, which Fang points out is expected to be “China’s priciest car model launched by a domestic brand.”

Indeed, Fang argues that this is a strategic move for Nio, introducing a luxury electric car “in the same class with peer full-size premium sedans including Mercedes S-class and BMW 7.” The ET7 will be Nio’s fourth electric passenger vehicle introduced in China, and its first electric sedan. Importantly, it will also go a long way towards reducing range anxiety among electric car buyers. Fang notes that even the car’s basic 75 KwH battery pack will be good for 500 kilometers (300 miles) of range, while an extended range battery pack is good for 700 km per charge (420 miles), and a new “semi-solid state battery” could achieve as much as 1,000 km — 600 miles between chargings.

And of course, there’s Nio’s secret weapon: Its ability to offer “battery as a service,” whereby customers can buy a car and lease a battery separately, such that there’s never a worry that a battery will get old and fail to live up to its promised range throughout its lifetime. If that ever happens, a customer can simply… get a new battery and pop it into the car.

While the new Nio will be expensive for China, it should compete well against foreign luxury brands, inasmuch as it’s being priced closer to the sticker prices of Mercedes’ E-class and BMW 5-series automobiles. The analyst also observes that Mercedes and BMW seem to have done some research for Nio, inasmuch as they’ve scaled production of their E-class and 5-series models to about 10,000 units per month for China — equivalent to the 10,000 units that Nio moved in September.

All of this, in Fang’s view, supports an upgraded rating of “buy” for Nio stock, and a $56 price target, offering 55% upside potential for new investors.

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