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huge opportunity, great team, emphasis on quality and customer value
I feel at this point Tesla is a R&D firm. Investments they are making now will benefit them in the future once the demand increases. It is bound to increase as un-renewable fuels become more expensive. Flaws will be worked out as any new technology needs to go through trial and error and overcome engineering obstacles. Electrical cars are still relatively new and are still a developing technology.
I've watched Tesla for the last four years, got in as early as $28. I like the enovation, companies overall plan including the marketing, and I've driven the S. I look for this stock to run much higher than it is or was.
Innovation will not cease. With the current brouhaha nearly past, I think TSLA will rally once again towards $200/share.
A come back
Eventually people will get over electric cars,
Leading manufacturer of electric luxury cars. Huge advantage on battery technology.
China and Japan are keen on green technology. Their governments are very aware of suppressive actions of oil companies. This technology will be welcomed with open arms by government and the people. Japan in particular because it means less oil politics. One has to understand that this car is not just a car its a weapon of peace. In fact owning gas cars is a tremendous liability for countries. Electric cars are truly an assesst because every country has sunlight therefore every country with electric cars can have make their own fuel.
Ongoing problems every time one is fixed, another pops up - I havel ittle faitht hat they can turn ita round with such small # units produced.
Disruptor in the automobile market.
TSLA has a business model underpinned by erroneous assumptions about the price of electricity, the demand for the product, and the sustainability of gov't subsidy.
If Tesla stays in front of Tech. and keeps getting the gov. grants. It could be a knockout.
visionary leader, proven product despite bad press from fires
There are better places to invest.
This might not be the smartest pick, but I WANT to believe this company will do well, even if it's just the big push to change the car industry while adding an unexpected level of luxury in an electric car. Their culture is to revolutionize transportation, cleanly. This progressive nature, along with the recent HUGE setbacks in the eyes of the analysts, puts Tesla in a good position moving forward. They still have the safest car on the road (people SEVERELY over-reacted to three car fires out of 6500 cars on the road... that's 0.046% of their vehicles). I think glaring safety issues DO need to be addressed, but it's just the fact that the immaculate Elon Musk bleeds like the rest of us that scared investors the past few weeks.
While it has a high P/E at the moment and there are safety concerns, Tesla's current comparative advantage in the market for EV batteries and news of new model's and an economically priced car could be positive for stock growth in the long, long-term.
Formal investigation will reveal no issues and people will begin to understand this company is a tech play. Stock will reach a new 52 week high within the next 12 months.
I actually bought with real money 2 years ago, a few months after its IPO. I first bought at $30 on a pullback from $35, not realizing anything about the lock-up period and the price promptly dropped to $26. It was a struggle buying and selling after that to recover my losses, but I continued to read and learn about the company and became more and more sure of their long term potential. This year has been a goofy run up to say the least, and it could very easily now fall further, and which point I will buy some more with real money. I'm still holding 35 shares which could fall back to $30 and I'd still be up overall.I think the Model X will be very popular, and any company with a brilliant and committed founder and leader, focused on super high quality and has customers who absolutely rave about the product, well, the company is likely to do very well in the long run.
Its a Victim of the US energy explosion. Gas is cheap and my car gets 50-mpg's at 55 mph.
Demand is high, stores are appearing everywhere.
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