Anton Wahlman

Wahlman currently writes on auto and tech. He was a sell-side equity research analyst covering the communications technology industries from 1996 to 2008 at UBS, Needham & Company and ThinkEquity.

 

Recent Articles By The Author

General Motors' Rivian Investment Would Be All About Amazon

General Motors' Rivian Investment Would Be All About Amazon

GM could make any electric vehicle, but this deal puts it in the same boardroom with Amazon.

Tesla Is Decades Away From Full Self-Driving Cars

Tesla Is Decades Away From Full Self-Driving Cars

If you are at 98% accuracy for autonomous driving right now, you are practically nowhere.

Tesla Earnings: This Is a Hypergrowth Company?

Tesla Earnings: This Is a Hypergrowth Company?

Management is admitting that 2019 unit sales will only rise about 11% at best.

Chinese Auto Imports to U.S. Could Pose National Security Problems

Chinese Auto Imports to U.S. Could Pose National Security Problems

Think of the car as a land-based drone that could weigh 5,000 lbs instead of 5 lbs, bringing a giant probe into society, placing it within yards of almost every residential and commercial building in America.

Did Tesla Fire 7% of Its Workforce to Pay for a Factory in China?

Did Tesla Fire 7% of Its Workforce to Pay for a Factory in China?

President Donald Trump turning a blind eye on Tesla's shenanigans? Or is he completely unaware of them?

Driverless Cars Will Be the Biggest Investment Write-Off Ever

Driverless Cars Will Be the Biggest Investment Write-Off Ever

Companies basing their business models - and valuations - on a truly driverless future are going to be up for a major disappointment.

Electric Cars and the Cash Economy - On a Collision Course

Electric Cars and the Cash Economy - On a Collision Course

Want to pay cash for charging your electric car? You can't yet.

Where Was Donald Trump When Tesla Laid Off 9% of Its Workforce?

Where Was Donald Trump When Tesla Laid Off 9% of Its Workforce?

It's time for President Trump to abolish all electric car subsidies.

Tesla, GM and Nissan Should Stop Appeasing the Government 'Crocodile'

Tesla, GM and Nissan Should Stop Appeasing the Government 'Crocodile'

Auto companies are misguided about the U.S. federal tax credit for electric cars.

Tesla's Main Product Isn't Cars, It's Subsidies

Tesla's Main Product Isn't Cars, It's Subsidies

Tesla received $713 million in U.S. subsidies in Q3, compared to its $312 million profit.