All eyes are on Tesla this morning as the stock is surging and analysts offer up Tesla Model 3 Q3 delivery predictions. Let's take a look.
After pressure from shareholders and advisers, Musk and Tesla's Board have come to the conclusion that "the better path is for Tesla to remain public".
A dance between Tesla, Elon Musk, and Wall Street is happening, with a strong move to privatization as the ultimate goal
While this may sound like a joke to a lot of people, the idea behind this is quite simple: raise capital at a price point that allows you to reap the profits at...
The media's burning-through-cash fixation misses the point about Tesla entirely. It's a lucrative stock, with little volatility.
He's only considering, yet the whole world is now shouting out that Tesla will go private into the hands of Elon Musk. TSLA stock soars.
In a just-released statement, we learn that Tesla CEO Elon Musk approached the board last week to discuss potentially taking Tesla private.
Yesterday came and went with a vengeance as Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a huge announcement. If the plan goes through, the impact will be monumental.
An Evercore ISI analyst is now convinced that the Tesla Model 3 roll-out will be pulled off without a hitch. Analyst Arndt Ellinghorst has raised his...
Maybe solar and electric cars aren't a match made in heaven after all.
Past performance is no guarantee of future results, of course, but this is what can happen when you bet against Elon Musk in 2017.
Only on Wall Street will you find Tesla more valued than General Motors. Get this...every three days, GM sells more vehicles than Tesla sold in all of 2016.
Tesla stock shot past $300 a share due to a long string of catastrophic mistakes.
Tesla stock just eclipsed the $300 mark for the first time ever. The automaker's market cap now exceeds $52 billion.
"While we are bullish about Tesla's long-term potential, we have several near term concerns, most notably (1) gross margins, as Model 3 and its associated capex...
Elon Musk and Tesla have raised $1.2 billion in preparation of the launch the new Model 3.
TSLA dropped five percent today after Goldman Sachs' David Tamberrio lowered his 6-month price estimate to around $185. It was recently at an all-time high.
“We continue to forecast a Model 3 launch at the very end of 2018 (more than 1 year later than company target) with 60k units in 2019 and 130k units in 2020.”
Tesla delivered a profit in Q3 even higher than analysts had expected, earning $22 million GAAP (14 cents/share), while Q3 deliveries also revised higher
Our detailed analysis of actual US/North America sales and pricing by make and model across 200+ different models implies an aggregate global total available...