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  1. Willem2013 7 januari 2022 16:40

    nine_inch_nerd schreef op 7 januari 2022 10:41:


    GGPIU zijn units. Deze worden tzt omgezet in een zelfde aantal 'gewone' aandelen en warrants (soort optie om te aandelen te kopen binnen een bepaalde termijn). Voor iedere unit krijg je 1/5 warrant (dus 5 units geeft 1 warrant). met die warrant kun je tot een bepaalde datum altijd een aandeel kopen voor $11.50 (een soort optie dus).
    Zie link:
    Units zijn duurder en warrants geven administratiekosten.
    Ik heb ervaring bij BinckBank gehad dat ik alleen units kon kopen en heb dat ook altijd gedaan en bij een piek gewoon weer de units verkocht en winst gepakt.
    Maar als je de mogelijkheid hebt 'gewone' aandelen GGPI te kopen, dan moet je dat gewoon doen. Hebben ook lagere prijs.

    Persoonlijk vind ik Polestar en goedlopend en gezond bedrijf met een uitstekende outlook en bezig met een perfecte uitbreiding autopark binnen 3 jaren. Polestar 1-2-3-45. Ze producten al wereldwijd, de auto's rijden rond en het is kwaliteit. Als ik dan naar Lucid en Rivian kijkt, liggen die ver achter.
    In Amerika zijn toch veel SPAC-ers zeer enthousiast en een stevige stijging binnen een maand wordt toch wel verwacht.
    Met name als de mergerdatum bekend wordt gemaakt. Die verwacht ik binnen enkele weken kijkend naar de geruchten.

    Binnen 6 maanden zou de merger plaatsvinden.

    Prijs aandeel is ver gezakt afgelopen week: ideaal instapmoment.
    Dank je voor je duidelijke uitleg. De gewone aandelen lijken mij inderdaad beter.
  2. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 9 januari 2022 15:40
    Polestar treedt Australië binnen deze maand.

    Volvo's electric vehicle spin-off arrives on Australian shores this month, with a small to mid-size sedan targeting the Tesla Model 3.

    Once known for high-performance, turbocharged Volvo cars, Polestar will return to Australia this year as a maker of Tesla-rivalling electric cars with a performance skew.

    Polestar's first model – the Tesla Model 3-rivalling Polestar 2 sedan – will go on sale later this month, priced from $59,900 before on-road costs, and available in a choice of three variants (offered with a selection of option packs).

    Beyond the Polestar 2's launch, however, the Swedish-Chinese car maker's 2022 is quiet, with the brand's focus placed on growing awareness and sales, and establishing a network of Polestar Spaces (retail stores in shopping centres) and Polestar Destinations (out-of-town locations for vehicle deliveries).

    Polestar will reveal its next model, the Polestar 3 large electric SUV, sometime in 2022 – though Drive expects it won't reach Australian shores until early in 2023.

    Set to follow is a Polestar 4 mid-size SUV in 2023, followed by the Polestar 5 sedan in 2024 – both of which will be built in right-hand drive, suggesting they will likely be sold in Australia. Launch timing, pricing and other details are yet to be confirmed.

    Cars have played a central role throughout Alex’s life, from flicking through car magazines as a young age, to growing up around performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

  3. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 10 januari 2022 10:18
    Volvo's Self-Driving 'Ride Pilot' Technology to Be Tested in California
    The subscription-based program will be a feature of Volvo's electric flagship SUV that's coming later in 2022.
    Volvo has 49% of Polestar.

    Volvo is gearing up for its next generation of electric vehicles with a few interesting debuts: a new electric SUV coming soon, a new highway-only self-driving technology called Ride Pilot that the new vehicle will get, and a new subscription service so drivers can actually use Ride Pilot.
    Volvo is testing its autonomous tech on roads in Sweden and plans to start testing Ride Pilot in California later this year. California is also where the automaker plans to launch Ride Pilot for its customers.
    Volvo will be asking owners to pay to use Ride Pilot (costs were not announced).
    Volvo will debut more than a new model when it reveals an electric SUV later this year. The new flagship will introduce three key items, starting with the vehicle itself. The other two are a new, unsupervised autonomous driving feature called Ride Pilot and a subscription service that enables the use of the self-driving technology. Also of note is that when it launches, Ride Pilot will first be available in California before being "gradually" rolled out to other markets and regions. .
  4. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 10 januari 2022 11:50
    Theorie van een SPAC-er. We zullen zien.

    The average time for a despac is 137 days aka 4.5 months as per Havard study. GGPI signed Polestar DA on Sept 27th. 137 days from DA is Feb 11th. The proxy statement gets sent out 30 days in advance.
    AKA we should get the merger date in a filing this week (based on avg time).
  5. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 11 januari 2022 08:38

    Polestar rolls out Vivaldi web browser on Android Automotive OS
    Lawrence ButcherJanuary 6, 2022

    Polestar has released the Vivaldi web browser on its Polestar 2 model, following user demand for the inclusion of a full-scale web browser in the vehicle, with Vivaldi being the first such program available for Android Automotive OS.

    “It’s great that we could answer our owner community’s desire for a browser with Vivaldi as a Christmas present,” commented Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO. “Now there is a whole new world of web content you can explore in Polestar 2 – even some of your favorite streaming platforms.”

    Developed for Polestar 2 by the Vivaldi team in Norway, the app brings extensive browser functionality to the 11in center display, and functions similarly to how it would on a mobile device – with tabbed browsing, streaming ability, online shopping and top security measures. The Vivaldi browser is built around flexibility and features a built-in ad blocker, privacy-friendly translation tool, notes function, tracking protection and encrypted sync functionality.

    Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner, CEO at Vivaldi, added, “We are really proud to introduce our browser to a car for the first time, and specifically with a brand like Polestar. Our technological and sustainability ambitions are well aligned. We value transparency, privacy and responsible innovation – including the fact that we have our servers in Iceland, one of Polestar’s newest markets. Like Polestar, we are a challenger brand, and we take a Scandinavian approach to design, that is based on trust and listening to our users.”
  6. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 11 januari 2022 13:11
    Polestar Meets Global Sales Target of 29,000 Cars in 2021 and Continues to Deliver on Ambitious Growth Plans Ahead of Proposed Listing
    Polestar increased global presence from 10 to 19 markets throughout 2021 Retail footprint doubled over the last year

    January 11, 2022 06:30 AM Eastern Standard Time
    GOTHENBURG, Sweden--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Polestar, the pure-play, premium electric car company, confirms that it continues to deliver on ambitious global sales, market, and retail expansion plans that underpin significant growth targets for the coming years. The company delivered on its global sales target of 29,000 vehicles in 2021, representing year-on-year growth exceeding 185%. Polestar’s proposed business combination with Gores Guggenheim, Inc. (Nasdaq: GGPI, GGPIW, and GGPIU), is expected to close in the first half of 2022.

    Polestar increased its global presence from 10 to 19 markets in 2021, with growth in Europe and Asia Pacific. In the first half of 2022, Polestar plans to add Spain, Portugal and Ireland to its European market footprint, and enter the Middle East with presence in the UAE, Kuwait and Israel. By the end of 2023, Polestar aims to be operating in at least 30 global markets.

    “We are delivering on our targets,” says Thomas Ingenlath, Polestar CEO. “It is a hugely exciting time for the brand, with new markets and models to support the ambitious growth plans we have set for ourselves. Thanks to the relentless dedication of Polestar employees across the globe, we are progressing with confidence towards our proposed public listing.”

    Mike Whittington, Polestar’s Head of Sales, adds: “With strong new market launches and the fantastic reception of an expanded Polestar 2 model line-up, we have seen interest in Polestar and vehicle sales increase in all our markets. Our order intake is strong and we are looking forward to further growth in our sales volume again in 2022.”

    Additionally, Polestar’s retail footprint more than doubled in 2021 to 100 locations globally and the company aims to have 150 in operation by the end of 2022. In addition to the openings of inner-city Polestar Spaces, the company debuted its new, larger, out-of-town Polestar Destinations. The first permanent Polestar Destination opened in December 2021, outside Gothenburg, Sweden.

    In 2021, Polestar also announced its plans to launch three new cars in the coming three years. Polestar 3, a premium electric performance SUV, is set to launch in 2022 and will be the first Polestar to be built in the US. Polestar 3 will benefit from advanced technologies from Luminar, Nvidia and Zenseact that will provide cutting-edge unsupervised autonomous driving functionality.

    About Polestar

    Polestar was established as a new, standalone Swedish premium electric vehicle manufacturer in 2017. Founded by Volvo Cars and Geely Holding, Polestar enjoys specific technological and engineering synergies with Volvo Cars and benefits from significant economies of scale as a result.

    Polestar is headquartered in Gothenburg, Sweden, and its vehicles are currently available and on the road in markets across Europe, North America, China and Asia Pacific. By 2023, the company plans to be present in 30 global markets. Polestar cars are currently manufactured in two facilities in China, with additional future manufacturing planned in the USA.

    In September 2021, Polestar announced its intention to list as a public company on the Nasdaq in a business combination agreement with Gores Guggenheim, Inc. Full information on this definitive agreement can be found here.

    Polestar has produced two electric performance cars. The Polestar 1 was built between 2019 and 2021 as a low-volume electric performance hybrid GT with a carbon fiber body, 609 hp, 1,000 Nm and an electric-only range of 124 km (WLTP) – the longest of any hybrid car in the world.

    The Polestar 2 electric performance fastback is the company’s first fully electric, high volume car. The Polestar 2 model range includes three variants with a combination of long- and standard range batteries as large as 78 kWh, and dual- and single-motor powertrains with as much as 300 kW / 408 hp and 660 Nm.

    In the coming three years, Polestar plans to launch one new electric vehicle per year, starting with Polestar 3 in 2022 – the company’s first electric performance SUV. Polestar 4 is expected to follow in 2023, a smaller electric performance SUV coupe.

    In 2024, the Polestar 5 electric performance 4-door GT is planned to be launched as the production evolution of Polestar Precept – the manifesto concept car that Polestar released in 2020 that showcases the brand’s future vision in terms of design, technology, and sustainability. As the company seeks to reduce its climate impact with every new model, Polestar aims to produce a truly climate-neutral car by 2030.

    About Gores Guggenheim, Inc.

    Gores Guggenheim, Inc. (Nasdaq: GGPI, GGPIW, and GGPIU) is a special purpose acquisition company sponsored by an affiliate of The Gores Group, LLC, founded by Alec Gores, and by an affiliate of Guggenheim Capital, LLC. Gores Guggenheim completed its initial public offering in April 2021, raising approximately USD 800 million in cash proceeds for the purpose of effecting a merger, capital stock exchange, asset acquisition, stock purchase, reorganization or similar business combination with one or more businesses. Gores Guggenheim's strategy is to identify and complete business combinations with market leading companies with strong equity stories that will benefit from the growth capital of the public equity markets and be enhanced by the experience and expertise of Gores' and Guggenheim’s long history and track record of investing in and operating businesses.

  7. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 12 januari 2022 09:17
    Interessante theorie is, dat Polestar minder last zou kunnen hebben van de Chinese bureaucratie die nu speelt, waar b.v.Tesla wél steeds meer last van krijgt.

    GGPI Stock Accelerates as Polestar Hits EV Goals. 6 Things to Know.
    The Swedish EV manufacturer delivered 29,000 vehicles during 2021

    16h ago · By Eddie Pan, InvestorPlace Assistant News Writer
    Gores Guggenheim (NASDAQ:GGPI) stock is enjoying a day in the green after the company’s merger target met its 2021 global sales goal. The special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) agreed to merge with Polestar last year in a transaction valued at $20 billion. The business combination is set to close during the first quarter of this year.

    A close up of a Polestar vehicle in front of a company sign.
    Source: Jeppe Gustafsson /
    Last year was a standout for Polestar. The Swedish electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer delivered 29,000 vehicles globally, satisfying its sales target. Compared to the previous year, sales rose by an impressive 185% year-over-year (YOY). Furthermore, the company “more than doubled” its retail footprint in 2021, now operating 100 retail locations globally. Mike Whittington, Polestar’s head of sales, had the following to say:

    “With strong new market launches and the fantastic reception of an expanded Polestar 2 model line-up, we have seen interest in Polestar and vehicle sales increase in all our markets. Our order intake is strong and we are looking forward to further growth in our sales volume again in 2022.”

    It seems like Polestar is entering into a phase of expansion as the new year kicks off. So, what else should investors know about this exciting EV company? Here are six things to have on your radar.

    GGPI Stock: 6 Things to Know as Polestar Hits Sales Target

    During 2021, Polestar increased its global presence to 19 markets, up from 10 previously. The company highlighted growth in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region as well.
    Polestar’s business partnerships with Volvo (OTCMKTS:VLVLY) and Geely (OTCMKTS:GELYY) will allow the EV manufacturer to expand quickly.
    Seeking Alpha adds that the partnerships should “allow the company to avoid the production and quality control issues” that plagued Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) early on.
    For 2022, Polestar plans to expand its presence in European and Middle Eastern markets like Portugal, Ireland, Israel and Kuwait. The EV manufacturer expects to operate in at least 30 global markets by the end of 2023.
    Looking forward, Polestar plans to launch “three new cars in the coming three years.” The first new EV will be the Polestar 3, a premium SUV launching this year. The vehicle will be Polestar’s first EV built in the United States and utilize technology from companies like Luminar (NASDAQ:LAZR) to assist in autonomous driving (AD).
    The Polestar 4 is slated to launch in 2023 and expected to be an SUV coupe.
    By 2025, Polestar is estimated to generate revenue of $18 billion.
    On the date of publication, Eddie Pan did not hold (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer, subject to the Publishing Guidelines.

  8. Mukkes77 12 januari 2022 10:11
    Dat speelt zeker een rol, en vergeet niet dat ze een heel mooi netwerk van volvo mogen gebruiken.

    In mijn beleving zit hier onder andere de kracht van snelheid, expertise en expansie.
    De juiste mensen op de juiste plaats met de netwerken om zaken groot maar gedegen aan te pakken.

    Heel mooi bedrijf om te volgen en in te investeren
  9. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 13 januari 2022 11:07
    Ja, natuurlijk, allemaal meningen en misschien opwinding, maar een van de vele berichten op internet. Geeft toch momenteel de sfeer aan over Polestar - GGPI.

    Polestar: Quickly Growing EV Star, Right Behind Tesla
    Gilan Miller-Gertz
    Jan 12, 2022, 02:10 PM

    A Swedish EV company, Polestar, has quietly crept up to reach the number two position, behind Tesla (TSLA), in production capacity. Folks might think of Nio (NIO), Lucid (LCID), or even Rivian (RIVN) when considering good EV investments, but it turns out that Polestar is an EV star.

    In 2021, Polestar delivered on its global sales target of 29,000 vehicles – that’s year-over-year growth of more than 185%. Yes, that’s a far cry from Tesla’s nearly-one-million deliveries, but Polestar’s deliveries of its two electric performance vehicles put it ahead of all other competitors in the EV arena. Furthermore, the company hit its targets for geographic expansion, growing in Asia Pacific and Europe, and moving from 10 to 19 markets in 2021. It is also on track to reach its goal of 30 global markets by end-of-year 2023.

    Founded in 2017 by Volvo Cars (VLVLY) and Geely Holding, Polestar intends to go public in the first half of 2022. Through its combination with SPAC Gores Guggenheim, Inc. (Nasdaq: GGPI), Polestar plans to begin trading on the Nasdaq.

    Gores Guggenheim, itself, only began trading on the Nasdaq in March 2021, with a $750 million IPO. Its proposed combination with Polestar was announced in September 2021. The SPAC saw its stock rising precipitously in November 2021, only to drop 13% in December. The likely reason for the drop was investors’ concern about Polestar’s ability to navigate the semiconductor shortage, which is plaguing the EV industry along with many other industries.

    Now that Polestar’s delivery numbers have been released, GGPI stock could see a rise again. Additionally, Polestar stands to have a blockbuster IPO; keep your eye on TipRanks’ IPO calendar for the exact date of the event.

  10. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 16 januari 2022 10:17

    The Good Oil: Strange history and cool future of Polestar
    By David Linklater • 15/01/2022
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    Think car companies are slow to make the transition to zero-emissions products? Polestar has gone from high-octane racing specialist to maker of premium Electric Vehicles (EVs) in less than a decade.

    It’s happened so fast, many are still confused about exactly what Polestar is. So here’s the very short version.
  11. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 17 januari 2022 20:07
    Polestar 2 electric car crosses the Nullabor with innovative fast charger
    Volvo's electric car spin-off Polestar has used its new Polestar 2 sedan to cross Australia's expansive Nullabor Plain, thanks to a new fast charging station powered by leftover cooking oil.
  12. forum rang 8 nine_inch_nerd 18 januari 2022 22:21
    We Harvest Wind: Thijs Biersteker drives change through art

    Art communicates. It resonates with us all in a way that few of us can fully articulate. The medium doesn’t matter either. Whether sculpture or song, acrylics or alabaster, art provokes a reaction. As such, it’s an incredibly powerful way to deliver a message, directly accessing the audience’s emotions and creating a connection. Which is exactly why Thijs Biersteker does what he does.

    Situated in a former-industrial-complex-turned-artists-collective in Zaandam known as De Hoop (“faith” in Dutch), Woven Studio is Biersteker’s sustainable production studio. Founded by Biersteker and Studio Director Sophie de Krom, Woven Studio chose De Hoop as a location due to the proximity of over 150 craftspeople. “If we need help with metalworking, laser etching, or anything else, it’s a two-minute walk away,” enthuses de Krom. “Our supply chain is incredibly local, reducing transport emissions.”
  13. M c M 18 januari 2022 23:10

    nine_inch_nerd schreef op 17 januari 2022 23:12:


    Domme vraag, maar als ik nu aandelen GGPI zou kopen, worden deze 1 op 1 omgezet in aandelen Polestar op het moment dat ze live gaan?

    Zie dat de cap momenteel 1,2 miljard is. Prijs eigenlijk redelijk stabiel sinds aankondiging SPAC merger in september.

    Als het waar is dat ze al de nr.2 wereldwijd zijn in verkopen na Tesla en 18mrd omzet verwachten in 2025, dat lijkt me dit een koopje.
    Wat is de downside behalve als de Spac niet door gaat of uitgesteld wordt?

    Ebusco probeer ik het maar een beetje mee te vergelijken al zitten die in bussen. Die zijn 1,8mrd waard maar komen volgens mij bij lange na niet aan deze omzetverwachting.

    Hoor graag ook kritisch tegengeluid op het draadje, heb het gevoel dat ik het een en ander over het hoofd zie.

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