The electric vehicle (EV) market has been stumbling as investors shift much of their attention away from growth stocks and look for safer places to put their money. Here's why Tesla's stock is a buy right now. While younger EV companies are still trying to figure out how to increase their production, Tesla's production levels are likely causing envy among its smaller competitors.
In March, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) revealed its intentions to pursue a stock split, and now we have more details. A company's path to a stock split can be a bit confusing. Here's what you as a retail investor need to know about Tesla's plan.
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