Is there huge stock price gains when buying automotive manufacturer(s) stocks before they land big fleet contracts or under review?
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One method of betting on MAJOR AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURER stock is betting correctly before AGENCIES, EMERGENCY, GOVERNMENT, MINISTRIES, POLICE, and etc. awards manufacturer(s) contract(s) or under review on supplying vehicle fleet and long term spare parts (with purchase of long term manufacture service and labor is bonus). With over 193+ countries and territories on earth there's plenty of oppurtunities as FLEETS WILL REACH ITS COST EFFICIENCY/PERFORMANCE/RELIABILITY CYCLE AND WILL BE RETIRED OR BETTER YET IF MANUFACTURER RE-DESIGNS OR DISCONTINUES A MODEL AND PARTS ARE NO LONGER PRODUCED.
I got this idea with reverse psychology thinking from watching ROBOCOP 1 when DICK JONES said, "I had a guarantee military sale with ED 209. Renovation program. Spare parts for 25 years. Who cares if it worked or not?".
BELOW IS A ROUGH LIST OF AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURERS WHO'S GOT A CHANCE IN LANDING BIG FLEET CONTRACT(S) WITH AGENCIES, EMERGENCY, GOVERNMENT, MINISTRIES, POLICE, and etc. AROUND THE WORLD:
• Acura (division of Honda (NYSE: HMC and Tokyo:7267.JP))
• Audi (subsidiary of Volkswagen (Frankfurt: VOW.F))
• BMW (Frankfurt: BMW.F)
• Buick (division of GM (NYSE: GM))
• Cadillac (division of GM (NYSE: GM))
• Chevrolet (division of GM (NYSE: GM))
• Chrysler (limited liability)
• Dodge (division of Chrysler (limited liability))
• Ford (NYSE: F)
• GM (NYSE: GM)
• GMC (division of GM (NYSE: GM))
• Honda (NYSE: HMC or Tokyo:7267.JP)
• Hyundai (Korea: 005380.KS)
• Infiniti (division of Nissan (Japan: 7201.JP))
• Jeep (Division of Chrysler (limited liability))
• KIA (Korea: 000270.KS)
• Lexus (division of Toyota (NYSE: TM and Japan: 7203.JP))
• Lincoln (division of Ford (NYSE: F))
• Mazda (Japan: 7261.JP)
• Mercedes-Benz (division of Daimler AG (Franfurt: DAI.F))
• Mercury (division of Ford (NYSE: F))
• Mini (owned by BMW (Frankfurt: BMW.F))
• Mitsubishi (Japan: 7211.JP)
• Nissan (Japan: 7201.JP)
• RAM (division of Chrysler (limited liability))
• Saab (Stockholm: SAAB B)
• Scion (division of Toyota (NYSE: TM and Japan: 7203.JP))
• Smart (division of Daimler AG (Franfurt: DAI.F))
• Subaru (division of Fuji Heavy Industries (Japan: 7270.JP)
• Suzuki (Japan: 7269.JP)
• Toyota (NYSE: TM and Japan: 7203.JP)
• Volkswagen (Frankfurt: VOW.F)
• Volvo (Stockholm: VOLV B)
**** I've written some company stock tickers in foreign stock exchanges in respect with their place of origin.
**** not responsible for accuracy of tickers and stock exchanges.