Don't worry. When Tesla is a penny stock, they will be able to buy a thousand shares with a ten dollar bill.
TruStar Energy built a new CNG station in the US at the rate of almost one per week for the year 2015. And this is with the low price of diesel and the sales slowdown for cng trucks.
Love's Travel Stops buys out the cng stations of Trillium CNG.
Seems folks are looking beyond the current environment of low oil price.
Small quakes are like small forest fires. They are good for the environment. They both prevent chances of "the big one".
Once truly autonomous cars arrive, they will be driverless Ubers, constantly available to pick up anyone at a cell phone call who wishes to go anywhere - for a much smaller fee than what it would cost to own a car. Car ownership will be just for the fun of it, an expensive hobby, particularly enjoyed by the older generations who are accustomed to having a car. The result will be much more efficient utilization of vehicles which would be in almost constant use instead of being parked most of the day. This will greatly reduce the number of cars in production. And sales will plummet from today's numbers. Indeed, the majority may be designed and produced by companies such as Google and Apple while GM, Ford, etc may focus more on larger commercial trucks which are already in constant use.
Start with a large fortune and invest in ... I've seen this so many times before. A novel idea stock climbs into the stratosphere with promises to change the world attracting die-hard dedicated investors blinded to the risk. Then the reality begins to set in. But no, they hang on to their shares, or worse, they buy more as the price plummets. They keep thinking, it's half the price so buy more because it of course is going back to where it was before - and higher. But it just keeps plummeting. Half, the quarter, then a tenth of its former value. That is how you can lose what was once a small fortune.