I'm not sure I could characterize driving an $80,000 dollar car as 'driving for free'. And the energy production required to charge it is not magically conjured from thin air. Additionally, if you want to drive cross country in one, I hope you have a week or two to spare, because you'll be stopping for hours to wait in line to charge it, every couple hundred miles, and that's only if you stick with the very few available major routes that you will have to pre plan meticulously to find charging stations. Good luck with any 'side' trips. With gas at 3 per galloon (in expensive states) and oil in total collapse, TESLA is nothing but a modern version of a braggart's 'HUMMER' that is extremely expensive and virtually worthless as a 'road trip' car.
Hey blackout, I don't think you'll get a reply from cadmiumstupidium. I think I saw him panhandling down at the mall the other day, I doubt he can even afford internet service these days. He not only managed to be in the worst plays of the worst sector at the worst time during the BEST bull market of our lifetimes, but he also managed to lose all has capital by putting all his eggs in one basket, and further, he did it on margin as well as using borrowed 401K and bank funds and early taxable distributions, so he wiped out everything he had, and wiped out a lot that he DIDN'T have.
Agreed on NILSY. Good play, I have held some PALL for quite some time and happy with the gains, although with a massive global economic slowdown looming, I am thinking of selling and waiting a couple years for economic improvement, then getting back into the 'palladium shortage' story. Cadmium even managed to lose all his money in his palladium plays by buying high and getting wiped out on margin there also! He was a big 'PAL' advocate, and so of course PAL dropped from $10 a share to pennies once he bought in. He also said everyone should short APPLE shares, back when they were about 5% of their current level. When he made that short call, it was a real strong indicator that APPLE would be the most successful tech equity story in history.