Thu Sep 08, 2022 7:06 pm

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Location: SoCal
Thu Sep 08, 2022 7:06 pm linkquote
I am definitely investing in physical Vespas but wondering does anyone own shares or been following PIAGF the corporation, maybe a good investment with high gas prices as well as Vespa has been smart with their green scooters campaign
Fri Sep 09, 2022 7:11 am

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Location: Toronto, Canada
 
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Location: Toronto, Canada
Fri Sep 09, 2022 7:11 am linkquote
I invest in Harley-Davidson (HOG) usually about once a year. Typically it seems like every two years they have some big announcements (new models) that rallies the stock price. So I typically get in just over a month before the dealer conference (new model announcement) when there is no hype about Harley, then I wait until during the conference or 0-72 hours after the announcements when all of the media is scrambling to break the news that Harley has a new model and the stock price surges, and I sell.

For those interested in this sort of thing I made a much more detailed explanation of it in a post titled: How I Made an Easy $1,000 on Harley-Davidson Stock That Only Goes Down
https://youmotorcycle.com/how-i-made-an-easy-1000-on-harley-davidson-stock.html
(includes charts and video you can look at)

You could look at my playbook for investing in HOG there, and then see if there are similarities to how Piaggio's stock performs, and then try to apply the same formula.

Mandatory "this is not financial advice" disclaimer.
Fri Sep 09, 2022 10:43 am

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still shopping
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Location: LeftCoast usa
 
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still shopping
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Posts: 49
Location: LeftCoast usa
Fri Sep 09, 2022 10:43 am linkquote
I would say Piaggio has been an improvement for Moto Guzzi, but I think the next ten years will be an extreme challenge for the whole industry. Piaggio seems to be helping Aprilla out and their own badged product seems to market well. They may be the group to weather the weird market to come.

I wouldn't bet the farm on the industry, however.
Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:39 pm

Hooked
2018 11" wheeled Primavera 150
Joined: 02 Aug 2022
Posts: 138
Location: SoCal
 
Hooked
2018 11" wheeled Primavera 150
Joined: 02 Aug 2022
Posts: 138
Location: SoCal
Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:39 pm linkquote
adri wrote:
I invest in Harley-Davidson (HOG) usually about once a year. Typically it seems like every two years they have some big announcements (new models) that rallies the stock price. So I typically get in just over a month before the dealer conference (new model announcement) when there is no hype about Harley, then I wait until during the conference or 0-72 hours after the announcements when all of the media is scrambling to break the news that Harley has a new model and the stock price surges, and I sell.

For those interested in this sort of thing I made a much more detailed explanation of it in a post titled: How I Made an Easy $1,000 on Harley-Davidson Stock That Only Goes Down
https://youmotorcycle.com/how-i-made-an-easy-1000-on-harley-davidson-stock.html
(includes charts and video you can look at)

You could look at my playbook for investing in HOG there, and then see if there are similarities to how Piaggio's stock performs, and then try to apply the same formula.

Mandatory "this is not financial advice" disclaimer.
Thanks, I'll check out your HOG research.
Really love the Harley as well as Vespa history and story.
Always cool when you can make a bit of money off your passion to fuel your passion.
Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:42 pm

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Location: SoCal
 
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Posts: 138
Location: SoCal
Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:42 pm linkquote
BarnacleBill wrote:
I would say Piaggio has been an improvement for Moto Guzzi, but I think the next ten years will be an extreme challenge for the whole industry. Piaggio seems to be helping Aprilla out and their own badged product seems to market well. They may be the group to weather the weird market to come.

I wouldn't bet the farm on the industry, however.
Good conservative advice, unfortunately ICE is dying an unnatural and unjust death
Sat Sep 10, 2022 9:29 am

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63 GS160 MK1 / GT60 / Sean Wotherspoon
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63 GS160 MK1 / GT60 / Sean Wotherspoon
Joined: 07 Oct 2006
Posts: 6525
Location: Thousand Oaks
Sat Sep 10, 2022 9:29 am linkquote
It's been a $2.00 stock forever it seems. Not a lot to lose but don't see any growth either.

SDG
Sat Sep 10, 2022 12:19 pm

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2019 Piaggio Liberty 150
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Location: Norfolk, VA
 
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Posts: 965
Location: Norfolk, VA
Sat Sep 10, 2022 12:19 pm linkquote
I technically invest in Piaggio by riding their product everyday. Keeping it looking presentable. Being proud of it and not talking trash about the product when asked about it. I should get a discount on my next Piaggio product because I'm a good unofficial spokesman.
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