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
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.
Why General Motors' Disastrous Unit Sales Didn't Matter -- For Now
GM had better pray governments don't steer the auto market to electric cars.
Tesla Is Cold in Norway -- And That's Important
Jaguar's i-Pace has become by far the best-selling premium electric vehicle in Norway, the world's leading EV market.
Why Citron Is Wrong on Tesla
Andrew Left's 'fundamental' reasoning behind suddenly going from hating TSLA to liking the stock is simply uninformed.
Don't Be Misled by Obscure Definitions of Tesla 'Profitability'
CEO Elon Musk has hinted that the electric carmaker is close to achieving profitability, but let's wait for the 10-Q to know for sure.
SEC Looks the Other Way and Elon Musk Laughs All the Way to the Bank
Let's put it this way: Elon is throwing a victory party in Bel Air tonight. (Opinion)
SEC and 'Funding Secured' May Not be Musk's Biggest Legal Problem
Musk may face a far bigger legal problem than SEC and "funding secured."
What Did Tesla's Chief Accounting Officer See That Made Him Resign?
CAO Dave Morton had been on the job less than a month.
In Musk We Trust: Can Tesla Survive Without Its Leader?
Tesla investors trust in Elon Musk. How long will they stick around?
China's NIO Poaches Tesla's Engineers and Files for IPO
Chinese electric car manufacturer is after Tesla's engineers.