Tesla is one part electric car company, one part balloon filled with hot air from founder Elon Musk. In short, there is more than meets the eye with the money-losing electric car company. While many Tesla fanboys obsess over Musk, they are missing a world of investment opportunities in autonomous cars and the chips players that supply those autonomous cars. TheStreet is on the pulse of these happenings.
Buyers are back in control of the price action on all timeframes when it comes to Tesla.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk seems to have a new idea each day at Tesla. The constant creativity makes sense, says Kiss legend Gene Simmons.
Tesla has deployed more than 1 GWh of energy storage -- and it's on track to double that this year.
The Chevy Bolt from General Motors is just one staple in the automaker's long-term electric vehicle plans.
Tesla plans to release Version 9 of Autopilot in August. Here's what it means for drivers on the road.
Tesla's long-term chart looks stellar this summer. Things could get rougher still for short sellers.
Tesla shorts lost more than $1 billion on Wednesday thanks to the stock's big rally. More losses could come too if Tesla forces shorts to cover.
Tesla's path to profitability just got a lot clearer.
Tesla's growth strategy in China is coming together quickly, as the government shifts policies in favor of foreign automakers.
Forget about the usual suspects -- these autonomous-driving chipmakers stand to benefit the most from the self-driving car trend. And their charts prove it.
Recent reports suggest President Trump doesn't like seeing so many European vehicles in the U.S., while actions out of the White House suggest there could be some validity.
The historical parallels between Tesla and Amazon are uncanny.
The Model 3 is the best selling mid-size premium sedan sold in California in the first quarter.
Tesla plans to open thousands of Supercharger stations. But there is a problem to ponder here.
China-expansion mode. Reports are hitting that Tesla is already hiring for its new Shanghai factory. Here's what it means for the company's long-term prospects.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk already has way too much on his plate, but he somehow still finds the time to promote projects like the Hyperloop.
One of Tesla's billionaire allies just anted up, as Model 3 production reaches a new high.
This is the first time we've seen this setup in Tesla since November 2016.
Raising capital soon?
Bullish on Tesla? Fine, but at least acknowledge the red flags here.
Key Tesla talent is exiting stage left at a critical juncture for the money-losing electric car maker.
Tesla shareholders not named Elon Musk must band together and force change at the top immediately. If not, the company risks a fiery death.
Tesla's timetable for Model Y production doesn't seem to be going over well.
Tesla beat on earnings and revenue expectations, but there are a lot of question marks going forward.
I do not like managing a position in this name. It is always stressful.
Tesla's earnings later this week will be must-watch theater for many on Wall Street. Here's a snappy take of the struggling electric car maker ahead of the big day.
Tesla's Model 3 and whether the automaker can profitably mass produce the sedan is a big concern. But Tesla's wallet may be an even larger worry.
Jefferies analyst Phillipe Houchois recently upgraded Tesla to 'hold.'
Tesla's earnings are slated to hit on Wednesday. Here's the one number that matters in this hugely shorted stock.
Tata Motors's Jaguar and Land Rover divisions are the perfect platforms for BEVs and AVs.
Being short Tesla is a very crowded trade right now. Here's why it could backfire.
Tesla's head of Autopilot is gone. Does that take it out of the race against Nvidia?
As questions about Tesla's production mount, Kynikos Associates founder Chanos suggested that Musk may be misleading investors with his predictions.
Alibaba is looking to test level 4 autonomous driving.
One firm estimates that 8 million cars with level 3 or higher autonomous driving capabilities will be sold in 2025. Will it prove too conservative?
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