Lithium Americas Corp soars on California’s push toward electric vehicles

  • NYSE:LAC has stabilized around $15 after last week’s late surge. 
  • Lithium Americas Corp is benefiting from California’s drive toward electric cars. 
  • The firm’s sky-high predictions also boost the stock price.

California paves the way forward – whether for privacy regulations or for vehicles. The Golden State, which is the home of Silicon Valley, announced a ban on vehicles running on combustible engines by 2035. The goal is to push forward the usage of electric cars, which do not directly pollute the air.

EVs run on batteries, and the most significant component is lithium – and that is where Lithium Americas Corp comes into play. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced the ban on September 23, and that marks the low point for NYSE: LAC shares. 

Since then, it has been on the rise, accelerating its gains in recent days. 

Another positive factor boosting the firm is its own rosy predictions.

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Fair Isaac Corp.: Way Above Fair Value (NYSE:FICO)

Introduction

Almost everyone that has made a large purchase on credit knows Fair Isaac Corporation (FICO), by exposure to the FICO credit score. But Fair Isaac does much more than provide a credit score number to the car salesman. In fact, the company makes many products that enable various businesses to make better business decisions. Fair Isaac was founded in 1956 on the premise that, when used intelligently, data can improve business decisions. Thus, leading the company to create many mathematical algorithms to predict consumer behavior were packaged into applications, services, and software.

Fair Isaac operates in three segments, Applications, Scores, and Decision Management Software. The company offers products ranging from credit scores to fraud solutions to decision-making tools. Fair Isaac Corp. has a stable and growing product line, but to invest in the company, you’ll have to pay for a lofty valuation. As a value and growth at the

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Germany Automotive Camera Market 2020-2025 with Denso Corp, Continental, Garmin, Robert Bosch, and Magna Int’l Dominating

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Dublin, Sep 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) —
Dublin, Sept. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Germany Automotive Camera Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecasts (2020 – 2025)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The Germany Automotive Camera Market is anticipated to register a CAGR of over 13% during the forecast period (2020 – 2025).

The growing demand for automobiles, increasing safety concern among customers, stringent government norms, latest innovation technology, rapid adoption of ADAS and availability of cast-effective parking cameras and sensors in aftermarket are some of the major drivers of growth of the market.

However, high cost of the module has been slightly hindering the market growth. ADAS like Adaptive cruise control (ACC), Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) and Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) requires 3 to 6 cameras to be installed on the

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4E Corp & Ethos For the Earth – A Candid MLM Review

4E Corp and Ethos seem like they are brand new, but they have been around since 2006. Based out of California, 4E Corp. offers a MLM opportunity with Ethos Fr as the signature product. While any product that claims to improve gas mileage AND improve emissions is sure to get attention, Ethos Fr is not exactly a “slam dunk”when it comes to MLM opportunities.

Popeye Ate His Spinach- Do Our Vehicles Get The Same Oomph From Ethos Fr?

Ethos Fr is labeled a fuel reformulator, as opposed to being called a fuel additive. It received endorsements from the NASCAR circuit, where it has been added to the fuel of race cars for several years. In fact, NASCAR stands solidly behind the Ethos Fr business opportunity. This is no small backing, as NASCAR is still the most watched sport in the world!

The performance claims regarding Ethos are, at best, mixed. … Read More

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