It takes money for a start-up like EMV to ramp up production. They can do it the slow way by selling cars and recycling the profits or they can do it faster by selling shares of the company or increasing indebtedness. EMV now has the possibility of selling shares to grow the company. Shares have been sold privately and those shareholders can cash in, buy more shares or hold the ones they own. I’d bet with the start of production most would see holding or buying more shares as the right thing to do. Shares of a productive company should be worth more than shares in a bottomless pit of R&D. Anyway, you can watch the action here. When I last checked there was no quotation yet and the shares are listed as in the “grey” market. That will change.
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