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Buy Harley Davidson Stock

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The time looks right to ride on the Harley-Davidson stock based on upbeat Q3 results, recovery in demand and production, and a bright future, especially for EV bikes. All the above-mentioned factors, coupled with the cheap valuation, make the stock a good buying opportunity.

Motorcycle maker, Harley-Davidson (NYSE:HOG) shares are trending higher, gaining almost 20% over the past week on upbeat Q3 earnings. We think that the time is just right to buy the stock, especially given the cheap valuation at current levels and strong future growth prospects.

On September 27, the company bolstered its space in the two-wheeler EV space with the SPAC reverse merger and spinoff of its electric motorcycle division into a separate company; LiveWire (NYSE: LVWR). LVWR is the first-ever, electric vehicle motorcycle company that is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Harley-Davidson holds a 74% stake in LiveWire stock.

Harley-Davidson shares are trading at an attractively low multiple. HOG stock is currently trading at a forward P/E ratio of 9.2x, reflecting a 33% discount from its five-year average of 13.7x. It is trading at an almost 30% discount to the sector P/E average of 12.9x.

Looking at Harley-Davidson's stock price, you may think the company's stock had a response similar to a lot of stocks on the market. And that's true. Shares have recovered a lot of their March losses and are down about 31% on the year.

At the end of the first quarter of 2020, Harley-Davidson had $1.47 billion of cash on the balance sheet, and management is cutting costs to get through the pandemic. But my problem with buying the stock now isn't the next few months or quarters, it's Harley-Davidson three to five years from now. I don't see consumers, particularly young people, suddenly getting interested in motorcycles again. And there doesn't seem to be a product the company can transition to adapt to that reality.

Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson (HOG 2.21%) reported strong third-quarter earnings Wednesday, and its stock revved higher. As of 11:55 a.m. ET, shares were trading near the session's high, up 13%.

In the past three months, Harley-Davidson insiders have sold more of their company's stock than they have bought. Specifically, they have bought $0.00 in company stock and sold $112,331.00 in company stock.

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