Until the world stops humping....they cannot stop pumping.
Conservation, population management and smart planning - that comes later.
Their target market is the example of Mr. Buxton from Pee Wee's Big Adventure - played by the skilled actor Ed Herlihy.
I want to know exactly how many GS employees drive a Tesla - or any EV for that matter. And if they are the NY brass, how many use Tesla livery services.
GS - do the opposite of what they say and you'll be fine. They downgraded "stocks" today in a buy signal.
They could put 20,000 students through SUNY for four years with that money and have enough extra to build fresh dorms.
earning season stunk but they are rolling that into "Q2 will be better - H2 will be better" to influence buyers. And it may be - housing starts in April were up and that rolls into demand for goods and services through the year. But we don't want to see a rate increase.
Goldman Sachs' buy signal (by downgrading "stocks") was a buy signal to cause a headfake and buying pressure this morning. Kept off the support line and start some upward movement. When GS says sell, you buy.
In Buffalo, they are going with "pre-layoffs" by reducing the labor promise for the gigafactory from 1400 to 500.
I am not short at all. But I think a lot of people will be going short once the stock is sold for the cap raise. GS didn't get much meat on this "upgrade" - so the "do the opposite of what GS says" still seems to be effect on the street.