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Panasonic Holdings Corporation (6752.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed Price. Currency in JPY
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1,022.00-14.00 (-1.35%)
As of 11:35AM JST. Market open.

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  • r
    randy
    Hello. I was hoping to speak with other investor in this stock.
  • B
    Brett
    Like a prairie highway. Flattest stock I've ever owned.
  • S
    Sunfund
    I will continue to vote my proxies against all of the Panasonic directors. I would possibly change my opinion of the company if they had a responsive investor relations department
  • S
    Sunfund
    Hopeless
  • T
    Tim
    Panasonic is a great company. Watch this stock: CGRA.
  • J
    Jonathan
    What's the difference btw PCRFY PCRFF ?
  • C
    Cheryl
    0.25(3.09%) fuel cells future fcf
  • J
    Joe
    1 year target 8.71, yay.
  • r
    randy
    IT'S ALIVE!
  • C
    Chris
    Just got back in..the battery story is a good one and early days. Battery potential for Panasonic is currently not recognised. Give it 5 years and it will be.
  • B
    Brett
    Yesterday the whole market was green, PCRFY was red. Today, the whole market is red and PCRFY is green because no one knows what this share is ever doing.
  • p
    pops
    Im going to jump back in here.
    100% yoy revenue growth. Expanding into Kansas.
    Seems like this turtle has hit bottom and will start another slow climb back up.
    Im aiming for 1k shares close to $8 average and planning on selling at $13 a share in one year. Wish me luck
  • A
    Aardvark
    Here they had some great news last week announcing they were building a battery plant in Kansas and that news still did not budge the stock price.
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    charanb
    In @ 8.09. I believe there will be a glut in semiconductors in few months and EV production will ramp up. Supply chain eases slowly.
  • J
    James
    This tech stock peaked in 2009 . All other tech stocks took off from that point. What gives ?
  • r
    randy
    9.09 pre market
  • B
    Babilion
    I mentioned earlier that Panasonic signed a long term deal with Tesla who produced 500,000 EVs this year, however they also have a deal to supply Toyota and other Japanese auto makers. Toyota produces 10,000,000 cars per year and they announced that 2021 will be the year where they move a lot of their products to EV. I don't know what that number will be for this year but 10% would be a reasonable guess which is 2 times Tesla.

    Needless to say, Panasonic will be the largest beneficiary no matter who makes the most EVs. yes I'm all in and will be for the next 20 years. I think they will one of those stocks when you look back and say if you invested $1,000 it would be worth $100,000 today.
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    KeepTryin
    I find it hard to believe that the leader in EV battery technology has been sleeping at the wheel. I recently purchased stock because I’m certain that Panasonic will announce some important advances to its product offerings. They’re the best positioned to deliver real products and real revenue.
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    pops
    Anyone find it odd that tsla stock is skyrocketing while Panasonic (who provides the batteries that power tesla vehicles in the US) won’t budge.
  • K
    KHSimagesdotcom
    Govt's are pushing EVs and green energy and with an EV battery shortage, I don't see how it makes any sense not to be long Panasonic. I think they are overlooked b/c that growth is not yet realized which is why their PEG ratio is not great. However, EV profits aren't here yet and so many major automakers are developing EVs that no one can afford not offer them.

    Where are these EV producers going to turn for batteries as they churn out vehicles to gain market share or simply meet demand??

    Which company already produces lithium batteries for EVs and has been partnered with Toyota to develop solid state batteries and therefore enjoys a huge competitive advantage in this space??

    Even huge amounts of solar power is needed in this new infrastructure bill and who makes the best solar panels??

    As the pandemic ends, investors need to put their money somewhere. As interest rates and taxes increase, would you rather invest in an imaginary coin, a small longshot company developing new technology that trades at 70X earnings, or the company that provides the most trusted green energy products in the world and also pays a dividend? Remember, when stock prices fall (and they always do), Panasonic's dividend yield will increase and attract more investors looking for someplace to put their money.