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Author Topic: Arcimoto's on the Nasdaq  (Read 303 times)

togo

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Arcimoto's on the Nasdaq
« on: September 22, 2017, 02:01:33 AM »

Only the second "pure play" EV company to be listed.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/rodnturner/2017/09/12/how-to-launch-a-nasdaq-public-offering-for-a-new-electric-car-insights-into-arcimotos-strategy/

It's relevant to EMF because three-wheeled vehicles are technically motorcycles in many (most?) jurisdictions.

But, yeah, it'll drive like a car, and not require a motorcycle license.  (In California, at least, this is true.  You know, like Arnold Schwarzenegger with the sidecar.)
« Last Edit: September 22, 2017, 02:09:49 AM by togo »
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Arcimoto's first investor call.
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2017, 05:49:12 AM »

First investor call since they raised $19 million in their IPO was at the end
of September.

https://www.arcimoto.com/investor/

That link has the opening remarks in audio, and a transcript of the
remarks plus the Q&A, which they did not record.

They say they moved into to their new factory on October 1, and that zero
of the pre-ipo investors have sold shares, and that the $19 million dollars
raised gives them a 24 month runway.

Full disclosure: I put down a $100 deposit in June, and bought some stock
since the IPO.

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It's like flying, but with more traction.  And none of that Z-axis complexity.

Lost my faith in Zero with my 2011 S, but regained it with my 2014 SR.  Diginow SCv2 changed my SR from a fun ride to primary transport.

2014 Zero SR, accessorized. 2008 Vectrix VX-1 NiMH. 2001 Honda Helix.
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