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Both Tesla and Netflix have struggled with consistent profitability.
That's the most successful short position so far this year.
Market shorts newsletter edited by Andrew Left cites "lapse of judgment" in commentary that attacked Einhorn, Chanos and Spiegel.
Another Tesla with the company's autopilot feature enabled, this time a Model 3, crashes into a parked tow truck in Moscow on Saturday, re-igniting concerns over the safety and reliability of the electric car company's self-driving software.
Tesla tends to make big moves, both on the bullish and bearish side, and always seems to be in the news. Here is a short play to try in this name.
U.S. stock futures rise Wednesday but trading is cautious amid concerns the U.S.-China trade dispute could spiral into a currency war; Disney's fiscal third-quarter earnings and revenue miss analysts' expectations; CVS Health and Lyft to report earnings.
No, but neither did sales of traditional gas-powered cars.
Automakers are quietly and carefully laying the groundwork for the mass production of electric vehicles. An unsung hero of the switch could be Amphenol, which makes electric wiring interconnect systems, sensors and antennas for EVS of the present and future.
Yes, Jim Cramer loves Beyond Meat CEO Ethan Brown, but is that enough to invest in the stock?
Jim Cramer's weighing in on Apple's earnings, the Fed and Beyond Meat's quarter.
Brown, a real deal pioneer, is no Elon Musk. He wants to hear what you have to say.
The money comes from U.S. taxpayer subsidies as far as I'm concerned. Oops.
Jon McNeill had joined the San Francisco ride-hailing company from Tesla, where he was president of global sales and service.
Musk's latest tweet is an extension of promises he's made this year.
Following TSLA's run into earnings and WDAY's failure to meet its initial upside target at the $231 area so far, let's take a close look at the charts for both.
Hint: I did my homework and acted when I felt I had the advantage over other market players.
With a third of S&P 500 stocks having reported, these 3 trends are coming to the fore.
The non-consumer economy is just plain worrisome, says Jim Cramer, and our industrials are warning of weakness related to the trade war with China.
We can only hope that Fed Chairman Jay Powell is checking in with power companies and other industrials to see how tariffs are really decking parts of this country.
With good reports from Facebook and others, and the Fed likely to cut rates next week, it looks like we have some strong short-term support.
Tesla sees its biggest percentage decline in nearly a year after carmaker posts a much-wider-than-expected loss and says its chief technology officer is leaving.
Electric car maker remains a 'prove it to me' stock as ambitions hit the road of reality.
Stocks finish down Thursday, one day after the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 closed at record highs, as investors retreat from disappointing earnings reports.
The electric carmaker's weak earnings report shouldn't be taken as a sign that its demise is imminent. But it is a reminder of why it's hard to trust CEO Elon Musk's many promises.
Sunnova Energy International IPO'd on Thursday. CEO John Berger talked to TheStreet about the future of solar, Tesla and how he plans to expand globally.
Jim Cramer has some thoughts on Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive moving into a senior advisory role and how it compares to Tesla's Chief Technology Officer, JB Straubel, moving into a senior advisory role.
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