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Didn't they just recently exceed their delivery quotas on current models? after having a history of missed targets?

Correct, that second bit especially.
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Do you hate money? lachen.gif

No I just don't have any... sad-smiley-002.gif
     
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post #13 of 372
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Seriously, if you haven't invested in Tesla at this point, what's your excuse?

I'm trying to avoid the "buy high/sell low" strategy I embraced during the deflation of the Internet bubble. wink.gif

I am totally supportive of TSLA (have a preorder in for their Model 3), but perfection for growth is completely priced into TSLA stock (not fundamentals, as Slomo4 stated). One minor misstep will be cause for wondering where the floor is on TSLA stock.

Way to go Elon, though - so glad we've got peeps like him leading the charge (and making bank!).
   
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I'm trying to avoid the "buy high/sell low" strategy I embraced during the deflation of the Internet bubble. wink.gif

I am totally supportive of TSLA (have a preorder in for their Model 3), but perfection for growth is completely priced into TSLA stock (not fundamentals, as Slomo4 stated). One minor misstep will be cause for wondering where the floor is on TSLA stock.

Way to go Elon, though - so glad we've got peeps like him leading the charge (and making bank!).

From experience, its not a very good idea to make purchases based on hype. If the feds decide to pull subsidies to Tesla, that stock is going to tank.

The current admin is cutting subsidies to a wide range of industries. Nothing is off the table (including Tesla), which is why I'd be rather hesitant buying too much Tesla stock.
Edited by lombardsoup - 4/10/17 at 10:21am
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I'm still waiting on them to figure out the battery tech before I invest in a Tesla vehicle. Exploding cars, phones etc aren't really re-assuring.
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Still not profitable. Still not meeting projected production forecasts.

Sounds like a great time to SHORT TSLA.

Still not profitable.. that is like people saying amazon was a bad investment 2 years ago because it was still not profitable. In both cases the revenue and growth spending was the driver for not being profitable, it has/had nothing to do with lack of ability to create revenue.

Half bit investment heroes here just reading the stock market highlights aren't doing anyone any favors.
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I'm still waiting on them to figure out the battery tech before I invest in a Tesla vehicle. Exploding cars, phones etc aren't really re-assuring.

There's that, and the fact that Tesla can't pay off any outstanding loans without government subsidies. If those are ever cut, that's more than a tiny problem.
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Just think of how many cars GM, Ford and others sell compared to Tesla, even if you just look at their premium (high margin) lines.

Please show us how many fully electric cars (with proper charging infrastructure, service centers, etc.) are being sold by GM, Ford and others. rolleyes.gif

I am not defending Tesla to absolute end, if their Model 3 does not come out on time, they are in for big trouble from investors.
But it does not make sense to compare Tesla to other car manufacturers solely on "they are car company, so they can be compared". wink.gif


But that's exactly what the original article does. It's comparing the market cap of Tesla to the big US automakers, and that factors in everything, not just the electric car market.
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There's that, and the fact that Tesla can't pay off any outstanding loans without government subsidies. If those are ever cut, that's more than a tiny problem.

So what? Every other manufacturer is free to make use of those exact same subsidies.. most are, and most are actually receiving larger benefits than Tesla.
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lachen.gif

LOL. I am being serious though. I knew nothing about cars, but thanks to Tesla and how their cars work I am now knowledgeable in the area biggrin.gif
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