Nio Inc Class A ADR (NIO)

32.15
-4.05(-11.19%)
After Hours
32.19
+0.04(+0.12%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    105,418,191
  • Bid/Ask:
    32.00/32.30
  • Day's Range:
    31.50 - 35.22

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  • People be panic selling while I am holding for the next 5 years😎
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    • many automatic stop loss order might as well have hit today. this can make reactions more extreme
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      • I warned you a few weeks ago that Nio will go to $ 35 and many of you disapproved of my comments now do you see that I was right? are you still mad at me?
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        • LMAO. Another Nostradamus that is no where to be found when his predictions are wrong. Which is most of the time.
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        • Jack Assa: I do not own Nio now and I do not care if it goes to the moon or to the underworld! I have followed Nio and bought and sold for more than 1 year and you may not even know Nio then! I bought and sold Nio tens of times and made good money NOOB! But I never trusted Nio for my future investments because there are many factors that can affect Nio and you figure it out yourself! Nio is a good stock for day / month trader and not for long-term investors! Of course if you want to invest for ten years! I do not think many of you are so patient!
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        • Abeer Sunna: If the vaccine shows that it is not effective against the new African Covid Mutation then Nio will soon go towards 30! If you want to invest in Nio, I recommend you wait a little longer.
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      • What's up with EVs today?They're like an annoying roller coaster...
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        • Bidens wrapping up now. lol. so bad.
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          • Will be $40 ish tomorrow.
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            • that would be great
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          • Next stop?
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            • Could be the mother of all buying opportunity
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              • yes, position @34,4
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            • Rogues buying cheap as i thought. Probably be up 5 or 10% tomorrow
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              • Looks like 50M shares were bought around $35.50 at 13:34:00 if I am reading it right, so someone likes the sale price. Me too.
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                • Why it falls?
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                  • sec regulatory news, old news actually
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                  • its over
                    1
                • Everything is down. Doesn't matter China us.
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                  • bought some call options for the eoy, lets see
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                    • holding
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                      • Jumped on 1k more at 35.12
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                        • Dirty game i am ignoring delisting fears. Rogues on Wall St want to get cheap. **** them i ain't selling.
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                          • yes guys,hold ***forever,no need profits 😅😅😅🖕
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                            • Guessing,and just guessing nervous Nellie's are leaving based on delisting fears. Or hedge funds are having a field day. I bought more earlier at 36.55 , oh well ....LT Investment opportunities at this level.....it is what it is...Sad when there is no explanation .....still optimistic LT
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                              • I am ignoring delisting fears, like i did last year. Club members know what is going on i think this is another *******retailer moment frighten us out of a good hand. What do you guys think?
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                                • Manipulation for sure. no adverse news out about NIO , 46mil shares trading is suspicious
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                              • O.o
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                                • im really tired from invest in china companies,nio down 10%,uxin 50 *** me
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                                  • Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.
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                                • Seems that delisting fears is driving sales and lower prices as a concern....HERE is part of an article...Companies currently listed in the U.S. and Hong Kong that use VIEs would need to make adjustments so their ownership structures are more transparent in regulatory reviews, especially in sectors off limits for foreign investment, the people said. It’s unclear if that would mean a revamp of shareholders or, more drastically, a delisting of the most sensitive firms—moves that could revive fears of a decoupling between China and the U.S. in areas like technology.
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                                  • Anthony, buy the dip!
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                                    • I think, I wait for it to drop below $28 to buy the dip.
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                                    • Done
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                                  • i think the market is overracting to delisting news chinese companies by sec. they just have the rulse now with audit etc. nio won't be delisted because of that, i think
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                                    • Exactly. Weak hands panicking when the wind blows. The stock market is not a good fit for those people.
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                                    • sorry for the bad writing, i was scalping at that time
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                                    • Hope you're making money. I have been doing some myself outside of my long position.
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                                  • Nothing tomdo with nio check tesla and xpeng same pattern
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