MCHI - iShares MSCI China ETF

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Previous Close58.01
Open58.11
Bid57.79 x 1000
Ask57.80 x 3100
Day's Range57.79 - 58.18
52 Week Range50.45 - 65.25
Volume1,214,354
Avg. Volume3,590,106
Net Assets3.69B
NAV57.75
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.56%
YTD Daily Total Return9.74%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.46
Expense Ratio (net)0.59%
Inception Date2011-03-29
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So in the longer run, the Nio stock price might not be in as much trouble as some might think.An Out-of-the-Money, Long-Dated Option On a Hot MarketAt a rock bottom price below $3, NIO stock will be so undervalued as it will be akin to buying an out-of-the-money, long-dated call option. Such an option has zero intrinsic value, but potentially a huge upside if the underlying asset significantly appreciates. The EV market in China is just beginning to take off. EV sales will skyrocket in the next five years, mainly because it is much cheaper to operate an EV than a traditional gasoline-powered vehicle and there's a drive by the Chinese government to cut pollution.NIO commands the size, capacity, market share and evolving product line to make it ideally positioned to leverage the incredible growth of the Chinese EV market. Already, despite its ups and downs, as well as a recently disappointing earnings call, top-line revenues for NIO have increased over 400% from one year ago. * 7 S&P 500 Dividend Stocks to Buy With Yields of at Least 3% The NIO brand was recently ranked highest-quality in J.D. Power's inaugural China New Energy Vehicle Experience Index Study. NIO beat out several competitors, including second-ranked BMW (OTCMKTS:BMWYY). Two Chinese automakers -- Chery Automobiles' Chery and GAC Motors' Trumpchi, both state-owned -- tied for third place in the rankings.There will certainly be some tough weeks ahead for NIO stock as political rhetoric about a trade war with China continues to hammer the market. NIO will also see challenges as the Chinese government reduces subsidies on EV sales.But if Nio stock falls below the crucial $3 level, it will present an excellent opportunity for a long-term hold.As of this writing, Theodore Kim did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Large-Cap Stocks to Sell Right Now * 7 Stocks Under $7 to Invest in Now * 7 Marijuana Stocks With Critical Levels to Watch The post 3 Reasons Nio Stock Will Be a Trade War Survivor appeared first on InvestorPlace.