|Bid||214.84 x 800|
|Ask||214.95 x 800|
|Day's Range||210.40 - 216.65|
|52 Week Range||176.99 - 387.46|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.03|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2019 - Aug 5, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||280.31|
Some of the best real-time insights into Tesla and its global fleet of electric vehicles — outside the confines of its Silicon Valley headquarters — might be through the lens of TezLab, a tiny upstart in Brooklyn. Now, a little more than two years after its founding, TezLab is on the verge of hitting what its founders believe is a tipping point of users, a milestone that could finally trigger a path to monetization. For the non-Tesla owner, the name TezLab is likely a foreign one.
Shares of Tesla are on track for a second-consecutive weekly rise as bullish analysts—and CEO Elon Musk—continued to defend demand for the electric car maker’s vehicles.
Tesla (TSLA) has witnessed a significant price decline in the past four weeks, and is seeing negative earnings estimate revisions as well.
The restaurant's slide was way out of proportion to its earnings miss. The automaker's wiggle reflects trust issues.
Car sales in China, the world’s biggest automotive market, fell year-over-year in 2018 for the first time in more than two decades. Automotive sales have contracted in China for 11 consecutive months now. The slowdown only seems to be deepening, and last month, China’s car sales fell a whopping 16.4%.
Suddenly, school principal Abby Brody got a disturbing smartphone alert. Citizen uses a mix of humans and technology to monitor police scanners and sends out alerts to users regarding incidents occurring within about a one-mile radius of their smartphones.
Tesla and Uber both had requests for tariff relief rejected by U.S. trade officials, a decision that will force the companies to pay a 25% tariff or seek new suppliers. Reuters was the first to report the decision by the office of the U.S. Trade Representatives. TechCrunch previously reported on The Trump Administration's refusal to exempt the "brain" of Tesla's Autopilot technology from punitive import tariffs.
Tesla has consistently been adding software to its in-car touchscreeninfotainment displays – including sometimes things that probably leave a lotof people scratching their heads
The denials were made in two May 29 letters from the U.S. Trade Representative’s general counsel responding to requests for relief by the California-based electric car manufacturer and its supplier of the Model 3’s center touchscreen, through which users control navigation, media and other vehicle systems. The exemption requests were denied because the Model 3 components in question are “strategically important or related to ‘Made in China 2025’ or other Chinese industrial programs,” the USTR letters said.
The Trump administration is expanding efforts to block the use of Chinese technology in advanced vehicles, denying additional requests by Tesla Inc for tariff relief on key components of its electric vehicles, and rejecting ride-hailing company Uber's petition to waive tariffs on electric scooters and at least 50 separate requests by General Motors Co. After the United States slapped 25 percent tariffs on $50 billion (£39 billion) of Chinese imports last year under the two countries' trade dispute, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) allowed companies to petition for exemptions.
With Tesla (TSLA) shares running out of gas in recent months, one shareholder says he’s never been more bullish on the company and its CEO Elon Musk. HyperChange CEO Galileo Russell is scooping up as many shares as he can with all of his available capital because - unlike some of the skeptics in this market - he really believes in the Tesla growth story.
Ford (F) to close its engine plant in Bridgend, South Wales, U.K. Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) to tie up with Aurora for autonomous technology.
The stock dropped despite CEO Elon Musk saying that the company has a “decent shot at a record quarter.” That likely means Tesla (TSLA) is set to deliver at least 91,000 cars. Too bad Musk also said that he doesn’t expect Tesla to turn a profit in the second quarter. Remember, inflation and interest rates tend to move in opposite directions.
It’s not surprising for a CEO to be front and center. But Tesla doesn’t advertise, and that makes Musk’s willingness to tell the Tesla story—and his effectiveness at doing so—crucial for the company and its stock.
Tesla's stock resembles Netflix in 2011 before its epic rally, says Eddie Yoon, founder of EddieWouldGrow and author of the book "Superconsumers."
Investing.com -- Tesla shares turned negative on Wednesday, even as CEO Elon Musk touted a possible record quarter could be in play for the electric automaker.
Tesla has said it expects to deliver 90,000 to 100,000 cars in the second quarter, but questions of demand have lingered after a disappointing first quarter with deliveries of just 63,000 vehicles. “I want to be clear: there is not a demand problem,” Musk said on stage at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Musk’s remarks were welcomed by investors, who continued to bid up Tesla in pre-market trading with shares gaining 2.5%, after rising in New York Tuesday.
Convertible bonds issued in 2014 by the then SolarCity mature on Nov. 1 and will be exchangeable for either cash or stock in Tesla. Or will they?