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We are all struggling to figure out when this rout ends.
A debit call spread is one way to play the ETF; we also check in on Tesla and Weight Watchers.
Tesla can still get customers a Model 3 delivered before the end of the year, ensuring they get the full $7,500 federal tax credit.
Federal Communications Commission approval to launch more satellites takes the company a step closer to providing global internet coverage from space.
U.S. stock futures fall amid weakness in the chip sector following disappointing third-quarter earnings from Nvidia; a second chip company - Applied Materials - sinks on weak guidance; SpaceX gets the OK to operate 7,500 satellites; PG&E jumps on report California regulator doesn't want bankruptcy for the utility.
Photos of the Jeep Gladiator have leaked early, giving Wrangler enthusiasts plenty to cheer about ahead of the LA Auto Show.
Trading General Electric stock is no easy task after a fall like this. Here's what the charts say.
Auto companies are misguided about the U.S. federal tax credit for electric cars.
Tesla is sending out emails to reservation holders to come see the Model 3.
Ford's future mobility plans are a head-scratcher and CEO Jim Hackett needs to improve his communication with investors.
I suspect somewhat better but I doubt there would be a total change of heart unless the Fed changes its path of higher rates.
Volkswagen plans to produce 200,000 electric vehicles with a starting price below $23,000. Can they do it?
Stocks ended mixed Thursday afternoon after the Fed left interest rates unchanged but left open the likelyhood of a rate hike in December.
Tesla is hiring Robyn Denholm, one of its board members, to serve as chair.
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The charts are bullish, if TWTR can pass a key point of resistance.
U.S. stock futures are lower following a Wall Street rally that came after the midterm elections played out pretty much as expected; Tesla appoints a new chair to replace Elon Musk; Google plans a majors expansion in New York, says a report; Square tumbles on a disappointing forecast.
Tesla named a board member to serve as chairman, as required under CEO and founder Elon Musk's settlement with the SEC over his "take private" tweets earlier this year.
Could Elon Musk have put together the funding necessary to take Tesla private? Possibly, but should he have?
Shares of Tesla have been volatile over the last month, but what's in store this month?
Depending on today's election outcome, I'm looking at Lockheed Martin, Amazon and United Rentals.
The Boring Company continues to make strides in its tunnel-digging ambitions.
Tesla received $713 million in U.S. subsidies in Q3, compared to its $312 million profit.
Elon Musk couldn't be more excited for Tesla's pickup. Should you join the party?
Investors tend to view electric vehicles as a niche market. They are missing the point. As battery prices drop, most vehicles are headed toward electric propulsion, and soon. Here are some ways to play the trend.
Elon Musk's recent settlement with the SEC required that Tesla install someone to monitor the CEO's tweets. But recent activity calls into question how, or if, that requirement is being enforced.
The secret to using emotions to trade better is to analyze them in an objective manner.
Several shareholders are seeking to tighten the screws on Tesla's CEO Elon Musk following last month's SEC charges.
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