Hie hie, just kidding... I can not even imagine someone buying a battery car for $ 100 k while you can buy a big BMW limousine instead of this ... let's call it... a kind of car. Such things possible only in America. No one form Europe would ever think for a second to do something like that. You act as this stock would be some miracle or something ? A battery car ? Anything new, competition does not sleep. Just wait and watch japanese and european battery toys flooding your country. I know that going with trend may be profitable but there is a point at last where the reality comes. You know who will drive tesla toy? Its CEO and his family. He will give them as a birthday gift. Better than keeping them useless. They shuld think about remotes, children would have a lot of fun :)
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Euro manufacturers are already working on EVs, so you're wrong there, Zieleniak.
The car can be had for almost half the price you suggest, so you're wrong there.
I don't believe BMW makes a limousine, if so, not for $100k, so you're wrong there.
It is apparently a dumb trend, yet Europeans and Japan are going to flood our country with EVs?
Didn't you just say Europe wouldn't make an EV???
Who drives Teslas? Tesla owners.
Learn to speak and write, then worry about business.
LOOOONG since $25/share.
I would prefer reading something that had some semblance of English. What is this dribble? You can talk all about toy cars if you want. But I live here, I've seen them in person, and most importantly, I see them on the road...and lots of them.
So you shold take a book and read (in English preferably). You would increase the probability to find there some sembalance of English. I hav been learning English for a 1,5 year. But can write much better in German (fluent), Polish (native) and Russian (fluent). Can you write something in this languages as bad as I write in English? Or any other language or you think that you grew in the USA and are so unique along with your language? Is your weight as big as your English command ? :)
This somehow is easy to explain. So called gentleman agreement. Some big cats got a deal. Couple of them puped this stock to the price which is equal to the offering price (?). CEO was told to buy it at this level (this is $ 100 m only - borrowed :)) They sad him to buy stocks at this level in order for the street to think that this is a really reasonable price to keep buying. So they are selling now. They will repay CEO and the street will be left with TSLA stock :) SEC should take a look at that.