|Bid||321.77 x 200|
|Ask||321.99 x 400|
|Day's range||319.07 - 327.40|
|52-week range||250.24 - 389.61|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||1 May 2018 - 7 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||325.17|
Dow Jones Global Indexes | Global Stock Markets As Yogi Berra might have put it: Nobody buys Tesla stock anymore. “There are very few EV champions—companies that have a meaningful percentage of their profits today coming from the electrification megatrend,” says Adam Collins, an analyst at investment firm Liberum covering specialty chemicals and new energy technologies.
Tesla Inc. may be falling short of its production goals for the Model 3, but investors may not necessarily care, analysts at Consumer Edge say.
Bloomberg Technology's Eric Newcomer speaks with Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal about Tesla's many recent executive departures on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)
A Fool chats with Wilko Stark of Daimler and Mercedes-Benz about the future of self-driving vehicles, mobility services, and the changing role of luxury vehicles.
If you’re anywhere near Friday’s printed Wall Street Journal, it will be hard not to spot the headline, right there on the front page: “Tesla Faces Crunch As Cash Hoard Thins.” (The story ran online yesterday with an arguably even more provocative headline: “Tesla’s Make-Or-Break Moment Is Fast Approaching.”) The story crystallizes what some critics have been saying about the Barron’s Next 50 company for some time: “The auto maker is entering one of the most critical phases in its history,” the Journal wrote, “a make-or-break period in which Tesla must boost production of the Model 3 or possibly face severe financial consequences.” Tesla (TSLA) has said it intends to be producing 2,500 of the cars by the end of Q1, and twice that by midyear. On Thursday, CNBC reported on a “high ratio of flawed parts and vehicles” made by Tesla, saying those flaws have hampered Model 3 production.
So far investors have been willing to tolerate Elon Musk's unfulfilled production promises. Will they remain sanguine if they learn next month that Tesla has missed its Model 3 production targets?
Jim Chanos, the short seller famous for betting against Enron, has said he thinks Tesla Inc.’s stock is “worthless.” Chanos got some new evidence this week that may support his short sales against Elon ...
Tesla is entering one of the most critical phases in its history, as the auto maker must boost production of the Model 3 or possibly face severe financial consequences.
Responding to yesterday’s report by CNBC’s Lora Kolodny claiming Tesla Motors (TSLA) has a manufacturing problem, Trip Chowdhry of the boutique Global Equities Research disputes that claim, writing that he visited Tesla’s Fremont, California factory yesterday and things look to him to be in good shape — judging from the cars sitting in the lot. Chowdhry writes that at the Fremont facility he saw "more than 700 Model 3, S, X in the Holding Area, more than what we saw on March 11." Chowdhry rattles off several observations, including "Delivery Truck activity on March 14 was also stronger than that of March 11” and "On our way into the Factory, 2 Delivery Trucks with Model 3's were on their way out….” Based on all that, Chowdhry concludes the CNBC report is “another Total Junk news,” that was “written by some Total Clown at CNBC." Tesla shares today declined $1.03 to close to $325.60.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? Earlier in this series, we looked at how Tesla’s (TSLA) plans to localize its car production in China are facing challenges. According to a CNBC report, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas is worried about Tesla due to rising competition in the transportation logistics market.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? China is the world’s largest auto market followed by the United States. This could be why, apart from legacy automakers (FXD) such as General Motors (GM), Ford Motor Company (F), and Toyota Motor (TM), EV maker Tesla (TSLA) is interested in expanding its presence in China.
Energy storage markets are now projected to expand even further because of falling prices and favorable public policies, allowing those technologies to get compensated the same as a typical electrical generator would.
RENO, Nev.—Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval had reason to beam and boast at a tech show here recently. The city of 300,000 he affectionately calls “Silicon Bridge” for its proximity to San Francisco—about 218 miles—has emerged as a capital of big tech investments. From Tesla’s (TSLA) 5.8-million-square-foot Gigafactory and Apple’s (AAPL) sprawling new $4 million warehouse downtown, to Amazon.com’s (AMZN) 630,000-square-foot fulfillment center on the north end of town and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google expansion efforts, Reno is a case study of tech sprouting outside the two coasts.
March 2018 Update: Is the Market Losing Hope in Tesla? It’s been nearly two years since Tesla (TSLA) unveiled its first affordable sedan electric car, the Model 3, in March 2016. In the last few quarters, Tesla has been struggling to resolve production bottlenecks for the Model 3.
It would be a stretch to describe Zeng Yuqun as China’s answer to Elon Musk. While the latter is one of the world’s best-known entrepreneurs, as famous for his ambitions in space travel as for founding ...
Elon Musk recently told attendees at the South by Southwest festival that two things are keeping him up at night: an apocalyptic future created by artificial intelligence, and production delays of Tesla Inc.’s Model 3 car. Mr. Musk has good reason to worry about Tesla. The auto maker is entering one of the most critical phases in its history, a make-or-break period in which Tesla must boost production of the Model 3 or possibly face severe financial consequences.
Mar.16 -- Bloomberg Technology's Eric Newcomer speaks with Scarlet Fu and Joe Weisenthal about Tesla's many recent executive departures on "What'd You Miss?"