Nikola Corp.’s stock has gotten a lot of attention, and its founder boasts that its Badger pickup will rival Ford‘s F-150, the best-selling truck in the U.S., even though you can’t drive one of the electric truck maker‘s vehicles off the dealer’s lot yet.
Nikola went public through a reverse merger on June 4, and its stock has been a roller coaster ride since. It closed June 4 around $34 per share and then soared to nearly $94 each on June 9. It was trading around $64 per share during Tuesday’s session, down more than 6%.
Nikola, which makes battery-electric and hydrogen-electric trucks, will begin taking reservations for the Badger on June 29, founder and executive chairman and…