Yes and all the sales clerks are marveling at how much better things are. Most customers spent over $400 and some brought handcarts to carry their shopping bags to the car. They're buying everything - clothing, tires, food, lawnmowers and small aircraft.
Someone whose name includes both "fat" and "butter" may not be the best judge of food - maybe all you need to do is order them five at a time.
Maybe they could sink the whales and use them to make an artificial reef.
" The Honda CRV won't even compete with the X"
If you're not a limousine liberal it matters that the Tesla costs 2-3 times as much.
"The stations provide the company's Model S with a half charge in as little as 20 minutes, for free, the company says."
When is the last time you took twenty minutes to get a half tank of gas? Sure the electricity is free (for now) but how many people who plunk down 100K for a limited life car have to worry about gas money.
Then they can learn about a ten-year waiting period for FDA approval. If they come up with anything - should help earnings in 2026.
"growth in shareholder equity is just as good as growth in earnings"
Good thing you believe that since the two are not related in Tesla's case.
"Tesla could easily be building it's 100,000th Model S/X"
And a few months after that they could match the 113,000 Edsels produced in three years. Go Tesla.
IF they sell enough Teslas this will be a problem from time to time. If you pull in to a gas station and the lines are long you can just drive to the next station. But Tesla owners will just have to wait.
"JCPenney has been a part of my life for 30 years"
For how many of those years did you loathe and despise the 300 pound blue-haired behemoths (aka JCP customers)?
"I don't understand your post"
That's like asking a clown why he wears size 38 shoes. In both cases it's part of being a clown.
HP has identified the consumer 3-D market as negligible and unprofitable. You're out of luck Izzy.
A LIE. Whitman was very, very clear. HP is developing their 3-D printing capability in house. They are NOT buying a 3-D printing company. And they have identified the profitable sector as being the enterprise business and NOT the consumer business. DO NOT believe bridgegod.
The actual numbers are still very bad and have been for some time. Interest payments have skyrocketed - $100 million a quarter now. But it's a great stock for gamblers hoping to make a quick buck - betting on up and/or down moves. The pumpers really aren't interested in numbers. They've made an upside bet. Some of them are winning and some aren't. The stock was at $10 last December, again in mid-May, and again now. In March it was $5.