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Elon Musk's extraordinary efforts require adequate scrutiny.
Reports that TSLA has more than 50,000 new orders this quarter have less to them than meets the eye.
Musk's move into China faces pressing macro concerns.
Amazon's investments in the auto business could lay the groundwork for a leaner, more cost-effective commerce division and offer other benefits as well.
Apple shares extended declines in pre-market trading Thursday, while Tesla slumped to fresh two-and-a-half year lows, as investors grow increasingly concerned that the current U.S.-China trade dispute will ensnare iconic companies in damaging tech cold war.
Unfortunately, Elon Musk has become more obsessed with the stock price than running a company.
Tesla stock is extra volatile on Thursday, with a leaked email elevating the stock. Here are the must-watch levels now.
Gene Munster tells TheStreet why Apple is the most likely tech giant to purchase the suddenly much cheaper electric vehicle maker.
Jim Cramer broke down why markets are finally pricing in the impact of a trade war with China, as Wall Street turns increasingly negative on Real Money Stock of the Day Tesla and digests earnings from L Brands, Best Buy and looks ahead to Foot Locker earnings before Friday's opening bell.
Tesla is already getting outsold by several other electric vehicle models in places like Norway. What happens when the number of competing models grows significantly?
Here's what investors need to know about the recent anguish over the automaker stock as Wall Street increasingly turns bearish on Tesla.
With the charts showing the risk of much-lower prices ahead, only consider a short-term lease.
Sixteen analysts have cut price targets in the past month, with a smattering of analysts downgrading the stock as well.
Trying to invest in disruptive technologies can disrupt your personal wealth - keep shorting Tesla and Uber.
Global stocks drifted lower Thursday, setting up Wall Street for its third negative session of the week, as investors hunker down for a prolonged U.S-China trade dispute while trimming bets on near-term support from the Federal Reserve.
U.S. stock futures point lower and global stocks decline as the U.S.-China trade dispute intensifies; Apple and Tesla extend declines amid worries of a damaging tech cold war; Tyson Foods is looking to set up a beef-processing plant in Kazakhstan to avoid Chinese tariffs, a report says; L Brands soars after lifting its earnings guidance.
This market can be judged on how much exposure a stock has to China and trade war risks. Jim Cramer starts with Apple.
It’s hard to say if we’re overbought or oversold now -- this market is just stuck -- but here are some stocks to look at, including defensive names.
Declines follow yet another bearish note from Wall Street analysts as pressure piles on the clean-energy carmarker's plans to turn a profit from its flagship Model 3 sedan.
Plus, Target shares are jumping after earnings, but could still be a buy.
You can't start a discussion about the issue, though, without going right to the most impacted stock on earth: Apple.
Tesla's stock had $7.8 billion in short interest as of May 21.
Instead of earning a profit from selling vehicles, the mobility model captures a service fee based on passenger miles driven. Waymo is really about the algorithms that turn sensor data into actionable instructions based on machine learning and AI, areas where Google excels.
With Tesla shares now at their lowest level in two-and-a-half years, investors need reassurance that the carmaker is on the right path.
The story of the much-vaunted electric carmaker is beginning to unravel, which makes buying the big dip in its shares a dicey proposition.
Following their recent tumble, the risks and potential rewards presented by Tesla's stock might finally be in balance, or at least close to it.
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