Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Emerges as an Aristocrat Stock
- Ferrari is different from the other carmakers, it is not cyclical
- Ferrari is automobile business that goes beyond the sale of Supercars.
- The current share price, I believe, does not reflect Ferrari’s potential
Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) is a Tier 1 luxury brand which is very different from all other carmakers that are cyclical by nature.
This iconic Italian car company has seen permanent growth in the past 5 years, and that is not likely to change anytime soon.
At Ferrari, the demand is always higher than the supply of cars produced, the company does not fill the market, as it maintain a healthy shortage, and owing this iconic sports car is always exciting.
An no matter, even times of of financial crisis Ferrari clienti do not stop buying due to their financial capacity, as to own 1 you best be a millionaire +.
The Big Q: How has Ferrari maintained its mark of prestige for 7 decades?
Ferrari is loved for its design, engineering, performance, and race winning capacity.
Many of the brand’s lovers, are experts in car mechanics, bodywork as well as chassis design, plus the extraordinary engine and its sounds. Ferrari it the Top of the Marques .
Ferrari has a strong marketing strategy that has been masterfully put into practice, beating all the its light competition can employ no matter what they try.
Ferrari is a well-established prestigious brand, it is an automobile business that goes beyond the sale of cars.
The marketing strategy is and has since its beginning in Y 1947, based on participating in the biggest race of motorsport, Formula 1, with the most racing victories since F1’s 1st race in Y 1950, including many victories in the world championships of drivers and constructors. Ferrari, or the Scuderia as it is know in racing circles, has a strong presence in GT racing, including the 24 Hrs at Le Mans.
|NYSE:RACE||116.61||11 October 2017||0.94||116.33||117.13||116.1||312,452|
|HeffX-LTN Analysis for RACE:||Overall||Short||Intermediate||Long|
|Neutral (0.22)||Neutral (0.21)||Neutral (0.21)||Bullish (0.25)|
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