It depends. You're talking about the right to lose as much money as you want on a stock, right?
If you has missed the boat for Harman International, which has doubled its share price in the past year, should you still consider investing in it now?
With the company set to buy back another 18% of shares, solid growth prospects, and a discounted trading multiple, shares still look attractive
As the company moves away from its auto business toward building efficiency, can Johnson Controls keep growing?
Recent moves by authorities in China are creating conditions wherein Ford and others can issue credit easier to car purchasers. Good news for Ford, and also for U.S. car parts manufacturers like Visteon and Johnson Controls.
Will Uber fight or unite with Google, Autoliv, and others?
Google, Audi, and BMW all have their fingers in this pie, but what about the companies that make up the ingredients for self-driving cars?
Even though shares of FuelCell Energy are up over 180% in the past year, there may still be room to grow.
Consumers want connected cars to give them the ability to navigate directions, entertain themselves, and communicate with others. Governments are trying to solve the air pollution problem by reducing fuel emissions. How will Visteon benefit from these demands?
Three companies -- Fuel Cell Energy, Plug Power, and Ballard Power Systems -- have all seen their shares taken over by speculative traders. Do any of them make sense as real investments?