Without a doubt, one of the hottest sectors in the entire stock market is electric vehicles (EV).
With huge profits totted up by the likes of Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) and NIO Limited (NYSE: NIO), even the old guard of the automaker industry has been getting into the act.
The likes of Volkswagen and General Motors have been desperately trying to break into this trend through partnerships and heftier R&D spending.
But cars and trucks aren’t the only vehicles undergoing an electric revolution.
In fact, there’s another dominant player ramping up its electrification at breathtaking speeds. And it is already showing some staggering profits and growth.
Polaris Inc. (NYSE: PII) has been a leader in ATVs, dirt bikes and snowmobiles for ages. In fact, since its founding in 1954, it has been one of the most recognizable names in recreational powersports.
Interestingly, however, two major trends seem to be colliding right now that could give Polaris even more lift.
And if these trends hold, early traders will have the chance at monster profits that could even put the rest of the EV industry in second place.
COVID Continues to Reshape the World
With international travel, large social gatherings and traditional leisure activities all curtailed during the pandemic, people have had to turn to the outdoors.
Outdoor activities like hiking, biking, camping and fishing have exploded in popularity over the last 12 months.
As we’ve been forced to stay indoors more and more, the idea of simply heading out to the woods with a tent and a backpack started sounded incredible.
When you combine that with more “work-from-home” jobs that allow people to work different hours or from remote locations, the outdoor industries have been booming.
Polaris, as noted, is a leader in the vehicles people use for these activities. So, despite hitting an 8-year low in share price at the outset of the pandemic, the company turned in sizable sales growth throughout 2020.
In fact, when initial restrictions were lifted last summer, the company saw quarter-over-quarter revenue growth of 10.3%.
That’s a double-digit growth rate for a company the sells recreational vehicles during a once-in-a-century global pandemic.
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Remarkably, it is still only trading at a slightly higher price from where it was before this virus spread around the world.
But that’s not the only reason this somewhat obscure vehicle maker should be jumping onto your radar.
Generational, Cultural and Environmental Trends Converge
A lot of the upswell in outdoor activities over the last 12 months actually came from the youngest of the adult generations.
Millennials have been forced away from their favorite urban activities and opened up to the outdoors.
This is important because this is the generation that is turning that ripe age of late 20s and early 30s. Meaning they are just starting to get some real disposable income for the first time in their lives.
And they are spending that cash on what makes them forget about the dreadful job market and generational wealth gap. They’re buying the very vehicles Polaris is known for.
But even that’s changing at this important inflection point.
Polaris has been leading its niche industry in the way of electrification: a hot technology that’s even more explosive for younger consumers.
The company already has several products on the market that have shunned gasoline in favor of electric batteries. And by 2025, the company plans to have an EV option for every single one of its core segments.
On top of that, the growth is already coming in. For the next 20 years, the company predicts upwards of 18% sales growth for its EV models annually.
Polaris may not be getting the kind of investor recognition the hotter EV stocks are currently, but its day is definitely coming.
This is one stock set to have a killer 2021. And it could start rallying as soon as next week, when it announces its most recent quarterly numbers.
I’ll be watching. And you should too.
To your prosperity and health,
Joshua M. Belanger