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Navistar International Corporation (NAV)

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  • R
    Ralph
    Rachesky is going drive this deal into the ditch. He got the deal sweetened to $43 from $35. Take it. NAV can't get to this proce on their own. If it wasn't for Traton's investment already and sharing their supply base and future engine tech, NAV would be a bust. There is no way they can get to a higher than $43 valuation anytime soon. I think they risk losing their savior. Traton could sell off and make money and come back in a year when NAV is busted. Rachesky doesn't care either way. He can afford to wait a decade for something to happen. What about the 401Ks and pensions of the workers. Investors need to revolt against the boards self interest. I sold at $30 after getting in at $17. If they want to wait out the pandemic and see what the value is in a normal situation I understand but will they last two or three years for a normal economy if Traton's dumps the stock at $43. At this point all NAVs board has done is make Traton a lot of money if they sell off. Right? Can Traton sell-off now that NAV rejected the offer?
  • s
    stocktargetadvisor
    $NAV
    Target Raised by BMO Capital Markets Market Perform USD 35 » USD 43
    Target Raised by UBS Neutral USD 29 » USD 43
  • R
    Russ O
    So Navistar is continuing and has revamped efforts to build it's San Antonio plant during the COVID crisis where money is hard to come by. They invested in TuSimple and there is a German guy that will be in position to be the number 4 guy for Navistar. Traton is a given, but when? When Carl gets his price since this has been his deal in the making for the last 8 years.
  • P
    PropertyWatch
    Carl Icahn has been squabbling with a former protégé in negotiations to sell a truck-making giant — and investors fret that the tiff could land the deal in a ditch. The 84-year-old billionaire is s…
    Carl Icahn has been squabbling with a former protégé in negotiations to sell a truck-making giant — and investors fret that the tiff could land the deal in a ditch. The 84-year-old billionaire is s…
    nypost.com
    Bullish
  • S
    Steve
    Now might be the time. It looks like the VW thing is being set up with these leadership changes.
  • n
    nikola50packs
    wimi dkng zi

    Sektor
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Navistar is up 6.80% to 35.67
  • k
    k
    I'd sell now, because if this deal falls through, NAV is going to tank.....one reason because VW will likely divest itself of NAV.
    That said, I would load up with cheap underdog NAV shares because this is a truckmaker that always rises like a phoenix after the most challenging circumstances.
    "I support 'American' truckmakers".
  • N
    No Thanks
    Cleaning up the balance sheet prior to Traton IPO. Looks to me like they are getting this 1831 company ready for sale. Don't tell Cyrus but his old company is going to Traton if Carl Icahn and Mark Rachesky can get their price.
  • D
    Dawg Pound
    Congrats!
  • j
    johnn
    UBER and NAV have about the same revenue. One of these companies loses Billions and has a $80 Billion market cap. The other one makes $100’s of millions and has a market cap of $2 Billion.
  • W
    William
    nav not for me does not pay me regularly to wait ... don't like long term bag holding
  • j
    johnn
    The float is closer to 3 million than 50 million. Accounts for the high volatility and low share volume. Insiders and institutions aren’t selling. Don’t fall for this trap. HOLD. Buy if you can.
  • d
    doug
    The Analists upgraded NAV when it was 38 a share. It went down to 26 from there. Nice call. Then the analists downgraded NAV at around 28. Blowout earnings than to 32. Nice call again ANALISTS
  • S
    Steve
    I don't see much reason for VW to up the bid...
  • R
    Russ O
    Not understanding why Navistar is almost 3 times less than Paccar in stock price but only half of EPS of therm. People certainly get scared ****less with Navistar for some reason. Icahn has been brokering the Navistar deal for 6 years. It's only a matter of time.
  • V
    Vincent
    Kevin Sheehan speaks German, its only a matter of time before Volkswagen take over
  • D
    Diana
    What’s opinion of stock for next year
  • T
    Temper_United
    Volkswagen Truck & Bus is set to announce $48/share Navistar buyout.
  • j
    johnn
    Over a billion in cash (5.5 Billion in debt) with 11 billion in revenue and $420+ million in earnings. Sales and market share are surging and a measly $4B market cap make NAV a play with a nice upside. Some analysts think it could double within a year. Signs looks good for a beat in early June.
    Bullish