TSLA - Tesla, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,430.76
-56.73 (-3.81%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

1,451.98 +21.22 (1.48%)
Before hours: 5:52AM EDT

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Previous close1,487.49
Open1,515.00
Bid1,445.01 x 900
Ask1,452.00 x 1300
Day's range1,420.98 - 1,517.05
52-week range211.00 - 1,794.99
Volume12,246,960
Avg. volume13,883,315
Market cap266.639B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.20
PE ratio (TTM)740.56
EPS (TTM)1.93
Earnings date21-Oct-2020 - 26-Oct-2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est1,202.67
  • Demand for Tesla vehicles remained strong during pandemic, Musk says
    Reuters

    Demand for Tesla vehicles remained strong during pandemic, Musk says

    Musk, talking to Automotive News' Daily Drive podcast, said having a traditional dealer network - something he considered in the past - appears increasingly unnecessary. "We saw strong orders through the whole pandemic, we still had a good order volume," Musk said. Asked about a 2020 meteoric stock rally that has pushed Tesla shares up more than 240% from the start of the year and made the company the world's most highly-valued carmaker, Musk said the market would eventually sort itself out.

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    3 Stocks I'd Avoid Right Now

    If a stock has been going up, up, up, lots of investors jump on board right away, expecting a big payday as the share price continues to climb. Likewise, if a stock has crashed, lots of investors will jump on board right away, expecting a big payday as the share price recovers. Three stocks that have made big moves recently include Transocean (NYSE: RIG), General Electric (NYSE: GE), and Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA).

  • Reuters

    Tesla battery supplier LG Chem shares jump 10% on upbeat outlook

    LG Chem <051910.KS>, an electric vehicle battery supplier for Tesla <TSLA.O>, Volkswagen <VOWG_p.DE> and others, said on Friday it expects profitability in its battery business to rise in the second half, helping shares surge nearly 10%. "Sales are expected to grow and profitability is expected to remain robust thanks to greater EV shipments for European automakers and increased sales for cylindrical EV batteries," LG Chem said. The company did not mention Tesla, but it supplies small cylindrical-type batteries for the carmaker's China models.

  • Exclusive: Panasonic aims to boost energy density in Tesla batteries by 20%, executive says
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    Exclusive: Panasonic aims to boost energy density in Tesla batteries by 20%, executive says

    Panasonic Corp <6752.T> plans to boost the energy density of "2170" battery cells it supplies to Tesla Inc <TSLA.O> by 20% in five years and commercialize a cobalt-free version "in two to three years", the head of its U.S. EV battery business said. This is the first time Panasonic, a leading cell provider for the world's top electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla, has outlined these targets, putting down a marker in a highly competitive sector to stay ahead of the game. Panasonic introduced the "2170" lithium-ion cells, with the nickel-cobalt-aluminium (NCA) cathode chemistry, for Tesla's Model 3 in 2017.

  • Exclusive: Panasonic aims to boost energy density in Tesla batteries by 20% - executive
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Panasonic aims to boost energy density in Tesla batteries by 20% - executive

    Panasonic Corp <6752.T> plans to boost the energy density of "2170" battery cells it supplies to Tesla Inc <TSLA.O> by 20% in five years and commercialize a cobalt-free version "in two to three years", the head of its U.S. EV battery business said. This is the first time Panasonic, a leading cell provider for the world's top electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla, has outlined these targets, putting down a marker in a highly competitive sector to stay ahead of the game. Panasonic introduced the "2170" lithium-ion cells, with the nickel-cobalt-aluminium (NCA) cathode chemistry, for Tesla's Model 3 in 2017.

  • PG&E Teams Up With Tesla to Build a Giant Battery Storage System for California
    Motley Fool

    PG&E Teams Up With Tesla to Build a Giant Battery Storage System for California

    Today, the company most famous for building electric cars, but that's also getting increasingly famous for building big batteries (for utility-scale storage of electricity), announced its latest project. In cooperation with California electric utility Pacific Gas and Electric Company (NYSE: PCG), Tesla will build a 182.5 megawatt (MW) lithium-ion battery energy storage system at the PG&E substation in Moss Landing, Monterey County, Calif. Tesla's battery warehouse project in Australia, smaller than the one being built for PG&E. Image source: Tesla.

  • Tesla's Musk says open to supplying batteries to other automakers
    Reuters

    Tesla's Musk says open to supplying batteries to other automakers

    Tesla Inc Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said on Tuesday that the company is open to licensing software and supplying powertrains and batteries. Tesla has previously supplied batteries to Mercedes and Toyota Motor under separate partnership deals. Battery manufacturing is an area that analysts and industry officials say the U.S. electric car maker has a competitive edge compared with legacy automakers.

  • South Korea launches safety probe into Tesla vehicles
    Reuters

    South Korea launches safety probe into Tesla vehicles

    South Korea said it is investigating suspected safety issues with vehicles made by U.S. automaker Tesla Inc, which is competing strongly with Hyundai Motor Co in the South Korean electric vehicle market. Braking and steering systems including the Autopilot function were part of the investigation, a transport ministry official said on Wednesday. The ministry declined to elaborate but South Korean media said Tesla's Model 3 was under investigation, and the probe might take anywhere from six months to a year.

  • The 400% Tesla Rally Was Only The Beginning Of The EV Boom
    Oilprice.com

    The 400% Tesla Rally Was Only The Beginning Of The EV Boom

    EV stocks exploded during the last couple of weeks and with a ton of momentum behind it, every company in this sector has seen its share price rise

  • Nasdaq Today: Tesla Gets a Downgrade; Walgreens CEO Steps Down
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    Nasdaq Today: Tesla Gets a Downgrade; Walgreens CEO Steps Down

    The stock market was fairly subdued today, with major indexes registering modest declines as lawmakers continued debating the details of another coronavirus relief package. The Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) fell 134 points, or 1.3%, worse than the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500. Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) stock fell 4% after getting a downgrade from Wall Street.

  • 'Tesla's current valuation is mind-boggling': Bernstein analyst
    Yahoo Finance

    'Tesla's current valuation is mind-boggling': Bernstein analyst

    Tesla valuation is “mind-boggling” — and hard to justify even in the most “bullish/imaginative scenarios”, say Bernstein analysts.

  • 3 High-Growth Stocks Robinhood Investors Are Buying Hand Over Fist
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    3 High-Growth Stocks Robinhood Investors Are Buying Hand Over Fist

    While the platform's investors have gained a reputation for chasing questionable investments, these top-tier companies are among their most popular picks over the past month.

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    Why Intel Stock Went Down

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  • Tesla rival will offer semi-automated Lucid Air sedan in early 2021
    Reuters

    Tesla rival will offer semi-automated Lucid Air sedan in early 2021

    The Lucid Air, which will compete with the Tesla Model S, will come standard with such features as adaptive cruise control, lane centering, automatic emergency brakes and automated parking. It will also be one of the first production vehicles to be equipped with standard lidar, a laser-based sensor that detects obstacles and objects, including pedestrians, as part of the vehicle's collision avoidance system. Tesla chief Elon Musk has said Teslas do not need lidar because their other sensors - mainly camera and radar - provide sufficient object detection when the vehicle is in semi-automated Autopilot mode.

  • Tesla says it took government payroll benefits to offset coronavirus shutdowns
    Reuters

    Tesla says it took government payroll benefits to offset coronavirus shutdowns

    The company, whose Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has spoken against further government aid as Congress debates another round of stimulus, said that along with cost cuts, the benefits had offset almost all of its costs due to the idling of factories in this year's lockdowns. Tesla's only U.S. vehicle factory — in California, where most of its cars are produced — was shut down for some six weeks in the second quarter ended June after an initial standoff with local authorities. Reuters could not immediately verify which government assistance the company received and in what country.

  • Hydrogen champion Hyundai races to electric as Tesla takes off
    Reuters

    Hydrogen champion Hyundai races to electric as Tesla takes off

    Hyundai Motor Co, an early backer of hydrogen cars, has watched the electric rise of Tesla, including on its home turf. The South Korean company plans to introduce two production lines dedicated to electrics vehicles (EVs), one next year and another in 2024, according to an internal union newsletter seen by Reuters. Euisun Chung, leader of the Hyundai Motor Group conglomerate that also includes Kia Motors, has also held a series of meetings since May with his counterparts at Samsung, LG and SK Group, which make batteries and electronic parts.

  • Tesla hiring in Shanghai as production ramps up
    Reuters

    Tesla hiring in Shanghai as production ramps up

    Tesla Inc has launched a hiring spree in Shanghai with plans to bring on designers at its China studio and about 1,000 factory workers, job posts show, as the U.S. electric vehicle maker ramps up production in the world's biggest auto market. The posts on the Tesla human resources department's official WeChat account mark the first time the California-based automaker has looked to hire designers in China. Tesla said in January it planned to open a design and research centre in China to make "Chinese-style" cars.

  • Why Tesla Stock Soared Monday
    Motley Fool

    Why Tesla Stock Soared Monday

    Shares of electric-car company Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) jumped on Monday, rising about 9% by the time the market closed. It wasn't surprising to see Tesla stock moving higher on Monday. Highlighting positive sentiment in the overall stock market, the Nasdaq rose 1.7% by market close.

  • Watch Out, Tesla: BMW Is Racing Ahead With Its Electric Vehicle Plans
    Motley Fool

    Watch Out, Tesla: BMW Is Racing Ahead With Its Electric Vehicle Plans

    Accelerating its push into the electric vehicle (EV) market, BMW (OTC: BAMXF) announced Monday that it will have 25 electric models -- half of them fully electric -- on the market by 2023. Of particular note in the announcement was the revelation that the German automaker will be manufacturing a fully electric version of its 5 Series, though it didn't indicate when consumers can expect to see them in showrooms. Looking farther into the future, BMW stated that "In ten years, the goal is to have a total of more than seven million electrified BMW Group vehicles on the roads – around two thirds of them with a fully electric drive train."

  • Auto Stock Roundup: TSLA & LAD Beat on Q2 Earnings, GNTX Posts Disappointing Results
    Zacks

    Auto Stock Roundup: TSLA & LAD Beat on Q2 Earnings, GNTX Posts Disappointing Results

    Quite unexpectedly, Tesla (TSLA) posts a profit in the second quarter of 2020. While Lithia (LAD) tops earnings estimates, Gentex (GNTX) puts up a dismal show in Q2.

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Microsoft, Tesla, Thermo Fisher Scientific, ABB and Suncor Energy
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    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Microsoft, Tesla, Thermo Fisher Scientific, ABB and Suncor Energy

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Microsoft, Tesla, Thermo Fisher Scientific, ABB and Suncor Energy

  • Oilprice.com

    Tesla's U.S. Rival Breaks Ground On Its First American Factory

    Tesla rival Nikola broke ground on its first manufacturing facility in Arizona this week, a factory where it looks to produce its hydrogen trucks as of 2023

  • Tesla's Biggest Profit Driver Isn't Sustainable
    Motley Fool

    Tesla's Biggest Profit Driver Isn't Sustainable

    Tesla's core business of selling electric vehicles to consumers still isn't profitable on its own.

  • Tesla Management Talks Demand, Cash, and Competitive Advantages
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    Tesla Management Talks Demand, Cash, and Competitive Advantages

    Investors were watching Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) closely this week. As investors digest the earnings report, which featured the company's fourth consecutive quarter of profitability, here's a look at some of the most important takeaways from Tesla's second-quarter earnings call. Tesla CFO Zachary Kirkhorn pointed out that the company's cash position was improving, moving Tesla further away from the high-risk balance sheet it used to sport.