"Both Jeyedolt and I have told you not to pay attention to analysts.
We don't agree on much but we've both been in the markets for over 3 decades.
I have no faith in analysts - neither their competence nor their immunity to conflicts of interest.
Analysts are just manipulators for their own Gain. For once rdh-web agree.
"Economic-loss claims ALONE for Toyota's acceleration issue were $1.6 billion, and this was an issue that was trivial compared to GM's issue."
So you are saying Toyota got a deal since more death was were involved with Toyota Acceleration.Some of the same vehicles were recall three or four times for the same problem. All media didn't go after Toyota like they do a American Company. Compare the Police Reports of GM compared to Toyota's accidents reports.
Explain why if this was so frequent with GM vehicles on the road to recall, but yet had 2.6 million to recall.
Shares of the electric automaker closed at $261.44 on Thursday, giving Tesla a valuation of nearly $33 billion. Not too shabby for a company that only sold 22,450 cars last year (General Motors, in contrast, sold 2.8 million cars in 2013, and is valued at $55 billion).
Another secret GM news. Why its not negative.
Among the companies in which Berkshire reported higher share stakes were General Motors Corp, IBM Corp, Suncor Energy Inc, Verizon Communications Inc and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
It also reported lower holdings in many companies, including oil company ConocoPhillips, former Washington Post owner Graham Holdings Co, National Oilwell Varco, and former Starz owner Liberty Media Corp
"We're on the same sheet of music here, jeyedolt. "
Believe the Tesla Bubble will Burst. When that happens stock holder will have nothing to blame themselves. Just like 99.9% accidents are the fault of a driver. So this so called growth, now what % did 2 quarter sales over the first? Something like 79 model S's .
Crooks at work three upgrades to a company that lost more money $61.9 Million increase it debt 55%
Anyone that trades on their advice neans to get burnt.
Consumer Reports showed that the Tesla Model S had more than its share of problems, the reality is that analysts keep chasing their ratings and targets higher and higher. 24/7 Wall St. wanted to take a look under Tesla’s hood.
First off, it seems that no one cares about the valuation of Tesla versus those of Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) and General Motors Company (NYSE: GM). Analysts keep cheering, and they expect the valuation gap to persist. Elon Musk’s net worth keeps rising as a result.
Three very bullish analyst calls have been made in the last 10 days or so. And the stock just seems to keep rising without a care in the world about traditional valuations. The explanation is simple enough — investors are buying Tesla based on its growth and its earnings power as far out as 2017, 2018, or further.
As Tesla Chases Ford and GM Values, Analyst Keep Cheering - Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) -
"TSLA is just a bubble "
Yes and all bubbles burst. CNBC just got done Pimping them again. But CNBC has never mentioned this Tesla story. Plus they down played the latest CR report a year later on Tesla.
Published July 13, 2014
There are an increasing number of reports about Tesla's (TSLA) Model S
drivetrains needing complete replacements, either because of unusual noise
or outright failures. Perhaps most highly visible is that Edmund's test car
recently received its fourth unit while Motor Trend went through two.
They like Tesla because it loses money. Why isn't they jerks in Prison
Credit Suisse analysts Daniel Galves and Shreyas Patil think Tesla (TSLA) has an advantage when competing with traditional automakers: AP Electric vehicles are inherently better than Internal Combustion (ICE) vehicles. We believe that there are many inherent advantages to Electric Vehicles, and the success of the Model S (Tesla’s first fully-developed vehicle) goes a long
That is right do the opposite of what Analysts say. Credit Suiise emerges as GM bear they are looking to get in and want to drive weak holders out. These same jerks Pimps Tesla that loses money
Investing in Michigan and American, while the Japanese, Korean and Germans are all rushing to Mexico to abuse NAFTA.
General Motors to invest $174M in new stamping plant • 11:39 AM
General Motors (GM +0.8%) announces it will invest $174M to build a new stamping plant in Lansing.
The facility, which will be close to GM's large assembly plant in Lansing, will produce parts for Cadillac ATS and CTS vehicles as well as a model to be named later.