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cloud_dog wrote: »
It was up over 2% today so, it must be back in the 'good books'
Thrugelmir wrote: »
Serially under forecast todate. Hence why the shares continue to drift.
newbinvestor wrote: »
Out of interest, what are the main differences between this kind of investment trust and a fund like one of Neil Woodfords.
AnotherJoe wrote: »
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/02/tesla-q2-2019-production-and-delivery-numbers.htmlTesla’s stock surged in premarket trading Wednesday after the electric auto maker said it shattered its previous production and delivery records during the second quarter, soundly beating analysts’ estimates.The electric car maker released its delivery and production results Tuesday night, hinting at a strong third quarter that already has a backlog of orders. The news sent its shares soaring by almost 8% before the markets opened.
Tesla forecasts are generally made by professional shorters and know nothing analysts
With one exception, every analysts forecasts below is off
stphnstevey wrote: »
News worthy as it is unusual Tesla does as Elon Musk says....
This is a rollercoaster stock, value difficult determine as often Musk massively inflates it's valueMusk actually advised against buying tesla shares last yearThere are other huge car companies doing what Tesla does, just without the hype and with deeper pockets and established sales chainsReally? Who are they?
Not for me, however would actually like to be proven wrong as the concept is sound, execution is lacking
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