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Panasonic Holdings Corporation (PCRFY)

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    John
    FYI !!! Panasonic is the sole provider for Tesla Batteries 🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️ so maybe buy now
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    Rob Max
    The company has 5 segments by net sales $55B in 2021. Appliances 34%, Life Solutions 20%, Connected Solutions 11%, Automotive(including EV battery) 18%, Industrial Solutions 17%.
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    James
    PCRFY seemed cheap when I bought it 2 years ago. It's even cheaper today. I have bought their products most of my life. They make products there's a need for, maybe a growing need for. So why does it seem to just be treading water for years ?
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    IBD
    So with all the automakers making partner ship deals with battery makers and precious metal miners, what's the chance Elon wants to buy their battery partner Panasonic OTC: PCRFY outright?
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    Regragui
    is it a good buy now?
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    20/20
    Always nice to check in with the old Panasonic crowd. Good products, terrible investment. The Board of Directors just use this Company to give each other over paying jobs. Amazing that they were partners with the best performing stock in the S&P, Tesla and yet they didn’t make any money off of it. The only thing holding this thing up was the dividend but now with hyper inflation we’re going to see this thing revalued to under five.
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    Pg
    getting confused...which deals with battery?PCRFF or PCRY?
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    Daniel
    Panasonic trades under two symbols, PCRFY and PCRFF. Can anyone tell me why and/or the difference?
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    John
    what is little known is that PCRF is also working on solid state battery like QS. this could be a big boost to the stock. long and strong
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    mark
    This stock is rated a strong buy on Yahoo Finance but has done nothing in the past month.
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    mark
    Super boring stock but as soon as I sell, it will go up.
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    pops
    Trading at the same price it was in 1986...
    Could there be a bigger turd than this?
    Funny thing is Panasonic has given birth to the EV car revolution.
    It's long due for some love from wall street.
    I think I'll start buying back in
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    pops
    I'm getting tempted to buy back in.
    Bought at $9, sold at $12 last year.
    Was the most boring stock I owned but there is a lot of potential with panasonic laying the foundation for EV battery manufacturing.
    OKC and Kansas are trying to lure in a manufacturing company and rumor is its panasonic who plans on building EV batteries for the US market.
    Expect Apple to announce that panasonic will manufacture its high tech ev battery for the I-Car
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    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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    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.
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    pops
    Not much conversation about Panasonic. EV stock boom going on and the leading EV battery supplier is ignored.
    Panasonic and Toyota started a joint venture into Clean energy storage and production if anyone is interested.
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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.
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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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    Keembo
    Am still at a bit of a loss on the SP of PCRFY and really wish I could figure out where the weak link arrived to drive the price down. Am I missing something when I see more and more EV's coming to market and batteries in high demand and Panasonic making many of them and also at the forefront of latest battery technology. Also, EV's are not the only place where Panasonic batteries are being used. Looks like there are plenty of orders and business is good, but something is keeping the SP down. Wish I knew.
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    Babilion
    This is being brought down by Tesla and other EV companies dropping like flies. Shareholders should understand that it's not like EV comnpanies. They make a lot of products, one being batteries which are in high demand and this should be positive on the May 10 earnings. It makes a lot of other products and with the stay at home economy, sales should have surged for Q1. Question, do you sell and risk a huge upside or sell and there may be a little volatility. The forward PE on this is 16 so it's quite cheap already, meaning it won't go down, much motre if at all. I'm quite bulish on Panasonic and plan to wait it out.