As of 11 a.m. EST, NIO‘s American depositary shares were down about 5% from Wednesday’s closing price.
NIO was just one of a long list of electric-vehicle makers whose stocks were in the red on Thursday morning. Shares of several others, including NIO‘s domestic rival Xpeng ((NYSE:XPEV)), were also down 5% or more as of late morning. There was no obvious news triggering the sell-off.Apple-converted-space”>
As longtime auto investors know, this sort of thing happens sometimes. News affecting one company, or a shift in economic sentiment, can bring a broader group of stocks down as institutional investors and traders adjust their holdings. That process can appear mysterious to those holding one of the stocks in the group, but it’s just part of investing.
That’s probably why NIO stock is down today.
I don’t think there’s anything that longer-term NIO investors need to do right now. January sales were good, the company has plenty of cash on hand, there are new sedan models on the way, and investors can look forward to the company’s fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 earnings report after the U.S. markets close on March 1.Apple-converted-space”>