Wednesday, October 5, 2022


Do you own stock in an RV manufacturing company?

Do you own stock in any RV manufacturing companies? If so, please leave a comment after you vote in today’s poll and tell us which one(s) you own. We’re curious to hear.

According to Benzinga, here’s a list of the best RV stocks right now. We’re not surprised by the order of these.


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Bob p
4 months ago

Never trusted the stock market and missed the opportunity of a lifetime with Chrysler in the 70’s, finally got talked into investing in the company I worked for, GM. When they went bankrupt in 2009 I lost over $80,000 worth of stock, won’t do it again.

4 months ago

not directly but we are heavily invested in many different mutual funds and ETFs which in turn may own shares in RV mfging. we don’t buy individual stocks.

Diane Mc
4 months ago
Reply to  rich

What Rich and many others said. Own some individual stocks, not RV companies, nor would I consider owning them individually.

Jeff Craig
4 months ago

Not unless it’s part of my 401k.

Neal Davis
4 months ago

Some mutual funds in which I have shares may include shares of RV companies, I do not know. However, I have no shares directly held in any RV company. (That is, what Don said.)

4 months ago

I MIGHT – if one of the mutual funds that I do own has an RV builder in it’s portfolio. But I don’t own ANY individual stocks…

4 months ago

I would not consider such as product quality has a tendency to become an issue with long term investors. Also, misinformation by the industry appears evident when you go by practically any dealership and see they are packed to the gills with inventory, yet claim a backlog of a year or more for orders.

4 months ago

No shares in RV companies but a stake that my RV will hold up as promised and that’s only been so so. RVs are not a good investment as the are like cars.

4 months ago

Far more folks indirectly own stock in RV manufacturer’s through Index and Mutual Funds.

Just goes to show how LITTLE most folks know about what they own through their own “Investments”!

Last edited 4 months ago by BULL
4 months ago
Reply to  BULL

the only *direct* investments we will not make are in companies in China, Russia and other unfriendly countries.

Chuck Woodbury(@chuck)
4 months ago
Reply to  rich

Rich, thanks. We have changed the ad. You are right. We goofed! Bad us!

Jere L Engelman
4 months ago

Well, not directly. However, if any RV manufacturers are part of any index such as S&P 500, then I guess I do.

Bob M
4 months ago

They always tell you to buy stock in companies that you or others use their products a lot. so far this pol confirms the RV stock is a poor risk. Probably because of the poor quality with manufacturing RV’s and their equipment. Surprised Warren Buffet don’t realize that. I do own Berkshire Hathaway Inc stock which I bought before buying a travel trailer.

Tom B
4 months ago

maybe 2 shares of winnebago. I figured i spend more money than that on stupid stuff!

Leonard Rempel
4 months ago

Indirectly through ETF’s.
To Ed K. and anyone else who has mutual funds: GET OUT OF THEM! The average fee is +2% per year, where a broad based ETF is approximately 0.2%. Yup, a minimum of 10 x higher fees for MF’s.

Ed K
4 months ago

I don’t know what my mutual funds hold in my retirement accounts.

4 months ago

I try not to invest in criminal or immoral enterprises.