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TESLA, The Ambitions of Musk
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post Posted: Jan 14 2020, 07:46 PM
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Tesla shares leapt to a record high, putting a $US100 billion ($145 billion) market value for the car maker into sharper focus and putting short sellers in the spotlight.

"While Tesla has stumbled through growing pains, we believe the company has reached critical scale sufficient to support sustainable positive [free cash flow]," Oppenheimer & Co analyst Colin Rusch said in a report. Mr Rusch lifted his price target for Telsa's stock to $US612 - from $US385.

Shares in Telsa rose 9.8 per cent to $US524.86 in New York, lifting its market cap to $US94.6 billion. The stock has almost tripled since trading as low as $U176.99 in early June




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Meanwhile, Rivian has raised serious money for their EV truck
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More than 250,000 people are reported to have put down a $150 holding deposit on the Cybertruck, which Tesla says will enter production in 2021. If successful, the Tesla pick-up could put a sizeable dent in the profits of Ford and General Motors, who between them sell roughly 1.5 million pick-ups a year.

But while Ford and General Motors are scrambling to beat Tesla to the punch with an electric truck, a Michigan start-up is fast gaining ground on all three. Earlier this week, Rivian announced it had raised another $US1.3 billion ($1.87 billion) in funding for its R1T pick-up and R1S SUV. That brings the total funding it has raised this year to more than $4 billion


https://amp-news-com-au.cdn.ampproject.org/...5f1f5bdbe23bbeb



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Tesla shares traded above $US420 on Monday, more than a year after Elon Musk tweeted he had "funding secured" to take the electric car maker private at that price, only to later give up under investor pressure and regulatory concerns.

In recent months, Tesla's shares have had a run of good fortune on the back of a rare quarterly profit reported in October, news of production ramp-up in its China factory and upbeat early deposits for its recently launched electric pickup truck. Orders for the company's Cybertruck have reached close to the record set by its Model 3 sedans in 2016.

"Whoa … the stock is so high lol," Musk tweeted on Monday....

The number 420 is closely associated with marijuana as a slang for the consumption of cannabis. It also refers to cannabis-related celebrations that take place annually on April 20.
dope... so high , can't get over it?



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mullokintyre
post Posted: Dec 19 2019, 08:47 AM
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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Dec 3 2019, 07:16 PM

But tesla just keeps marching on.
Hit an all time high of $390 overnight.
Must be the relief rally that Musk didnt get pinged for calling that brit diver a pedophile.
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mullokintyre
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Nov 24 2019, 01:54 PM

Would have to be the ugliest thing on earth.

And just to keep it on an even keel,
From Zero hedge
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A few things we think are worth considering when it comes to TSLA - out of the 9 products they’ve announced and sell, they only actively make 3 of them (and demand for those three products appear to have peaked) while the other 6 products they sell are vaporware, i.e., products that do not exist – yes, you heard that right:

TSLA’s current cars in production include:
Model 3 (ASPs and units are in severe decline, and sales were down -49% y/y in Oct. in its biggest market, the USA)
Model X (sales have collapsed in both the US and globally)
Model S (same as Model X)


Meanwhile, here are TSLA’s current cars/products not in production:

Roadster (unveil was 2yrs ago)
Semi (unveil was 2yrs ago)
Model Y (TSLA refuses to mention how many pre-orders they’ve received here)
Cybertruck ($100 fully-refundable deposits on a car that will likely cost $60K, or 0.167%, is the equivalent of someone putting $1.67 toward an $1,000 i-Phone & apple calling it an order)
ATV
FSD (to be FSD, TSLA would have had to achieve level 5 autonomy… they’re at level 2)
So… TSLA has more vaporware products (i.e., stuff that doesn’t exist) than real products for sale; and, it’s real products are seeing large negative y/y growth currently.
Oh… and what about E. Musk’s promise that:

TSLA would have flying cars (he made this claim 322 days ago),
TSLA would create break pads that never need to be replaced (he made this claim 336 days ago),
TSLA would have a base on Mars in 2028 (he made this claim 432 days ago),
TSLA would have a one hour body shop (this claim happened 437 days ago),
he would fix the water in all Flint houses above FDA levels (he made this claim 504 days ago),
there would be no more mass layoffs (533 days, and multiple layoffs, ago), etc.?
The point is… each claim he makes is picked up by every media site and taken as “gospel”; so, maybe the media should go to this website (link) and start holding him to some of these claims?


Agh Vapourware, something from my early IT days.
The sales and marketing geniuses would sell vapourware to clients and leave us poor software engineers to try and make it work.

The article has a couple of graphs on teslas sales which look a little depressing, but I am not allowed to paste dynamic links.
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blacksheep
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According to Elon Musk about 150,000 orders have been received thus far for hi Cybertruck

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-tesla-tr...k-idUSKBN1XX0O7



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Tesla unveils the Cybertruck, its 'bulletproof' electric ute
By CNN
6:26pm Nov 22, 2019
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The Cybertruck has arrived and it looks nothing like any ute you've ever seen. Years after first saying it was on the way, Tesla finally revealed the electric pickup truck at its Design Studio in Hawthorne, California, just outside Los Angeles.

When the truck initially drove onto the stage, many in the crowd clearly couldn't believe that this was actually the vehicle they'd come to see. The Cybertruck looks like a large metal trapezoid on wheels, more like an art piece than a truck.


read more - https://www.9news.com.au/motoring/tesla-cyb...2f-0c4b3e5a84db

Not about to win any "beauty" contest sadsmiley02.gif



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Tesla may supply batteries and drivetrains for Fiat-Chrysler EVs in the future, says CEO

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Fiat-Chrysler might be lagging somewhat among veteran automakers when it comes to the development and rollout of its own all-electric vehicles, but the company might eventually get a valuable lifeline. In recent comments, FCA CEO Mick Manley noted that Tesla may very well provide batteries and drivetrains for future Fiat-Chrysler electric cars.


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The idea of Tesla serving as a supplier for other companies’ electric vehicles was mentioned in the company’s recently-held Q3 2019 earnings call. Similar to Manley, CEO Elon Musk seemed optimistic about the idea of Tesla selling its components to other OEMs. Addressing the topic, Musk stated that such initiatives are in line with the electric car maker’s mission.

“It would be consistent with the mission of Tesla to help other car companies with electric vehicles on the battery and powertrain front, possibly on other fronts. So it’s something we’re open to. As a lot of people know, we open-sourced our patents so that those would not serve as an obstacle to the adoption of electric vehicles or solar power or stationary storage. And we’re definitely open to supplying batteries and powertrains and perhaps other things to other car companies,” he said.

https://www.teslarati.com/tesla-batteries-d...-fiat-chrysler/

Will Tesla License Its Electric Skateboard? (Batteries + Powertrain)

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On Tesla's Q3 2019 conference call, Elon Musk said Tesla would be willing to sell or license its electric skateboard (batteries + powertrain) to other auto OEMs. Just a couple days later, on Fiat Chryslers earnings call, the company admitted it was considering sourcing batteries from Tesla. Volkswagen is also circling with rumors the company wanted to invest in Tesla to access its battery tech .... Do you think we are on the cusp of Tesla announcing a major battery deal with a legacy car company?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7duZVk4ykUc

Tesla, Inc. (TSLA) Q3 2019 Earnings Call Transcript - extract
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George Dailey -- Morgan Stanley -- Analyst

Great. And then, if I could just sneak in one more, so it's been over seven years since you launched the Model S. And many OEMs seem that they don't have the same commitment to battery electric vehicles that you do, and many don't even offer one right now. As your business model proves to be more sustainable, could we potentially see Tesla maybe supplying other OEMs with batteries or software or complete electric vehicle architectures maybe in an effort to accelerate mass adoption of sustainable transport?

Elon R. Musk -- Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Director

Yeah, I think there's -- it would be consistent with the mission of Tesla to help other car companies with electric vehicles on the battery and powertrain front, possibly on other fronts. So it's something we're open to. As a lot of people know, we open sourced our patents so that those would not serve as an obstacle to the adoption of electric vehicles or solar power or stationary storage. And we're definitely open to supplying batteries and powertrains and perhaps other things to other car companies.

https://www.fool.com/earnings/call-transcri...transcript.aspx



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One view (extreme bull)
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...Tesla has just won approval to begin mass production at its new “gigafactory” in Shanghai, where it was allowed to set up as the only global car maker without a local partner. “China obviously wants something that Tesla has. It’s been miraculous how quickly that plant has scaled,” ... talking of the factory, which went up in about six months.

At the same time, Wood argues that Tesla is driving down battery costs with technology that is far superior to that of other auto makers.

The traditional giants of the industry, she says, are scrambling to try and keep up the growth in EV sales while at the same time seeing sales of traditional combustion engine vehicles fall. “It’s going to be a world of hurt,” Wood says of the fate she believes is facing traditional auto makers.

When cars go autonomous, and are networked via artificial intelligence, ARK believes Tesla moves from a maker of electric vehicles – with gross margins somewhere between 25 per cent and 30 per cent – to a software-as-a-service company, where its margins will rise closer to 80 per cent...
https://www.afr.com/chanticleer/lessons-fro...20191115-p53b1q



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne

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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 12 2019, 06:19 PM

Makes sense. There's a lot around the battery that is Tesla's responsibility.

 
 


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