Tesla (TSLA) reports its third-quarter earnings today, with the electric car maker expected to post revenue of $2.34 billion (up 88% annually) and EPS of $0.06 (improved from a $0.58 loss a year ago). Investors will be looking for updates on the EV maker's delivery estimates and profit margins, as well as signs of progress with its lower-priced Model 3 and battery production ramp-up at its Gigafactory.
TheStreet's tech columnist Eric Jhonsa and transportation reporter Lou Whiteman will analyze the earnings numbers when they're released after the market close, and then report on the conference call starting at 5:30 P.M. ET. Please share your questions and comments in the space at the top of the blog window.