Yikes. We're not even at $14 yet so I don't know you're rationale to "get shares under $15." This thing can go to $12-ish, high $11s in a downmarket day in a heartbeat. I would say load up the train at $12.75 or under. The stock is in a bit of no man's land right now until it establishes definitively where it wants to be for the time being.
Comparing Kandi's current market cap, future growth and near-term catalysts with those of other public companies, kandi is an outstanding investment. By those measures, I describe KNDI as deep value high growth. Get shares under $15 while they last