Yeah you're right. That war haunts them, just like Vietnam haunts the USA. So let's see, the USA is superior to Germany and Vietnam is superior to the USA. Communism rules!
Yep, your logic is infallible. Can't argue with that. You're a frickin genius. Can I just give my money to you to invest?
And.....why don't you use that same logic about driving a safe Tesla? Take your same sentence and substitute the word Tesla for Porsche. EXCEPT, take out the words "death resulting". But you can't say that can you? By not acknowledging facts you're just as stupid as those you accuse of being stupid.
Hmmm, I wonder if the Highway Transportation board is investigating Porsche. One fact is for sure, this gas-burning engine car isn't any safer than Telsa. I wonder if their stock price will tank too. I doubt it.
Really? Is that the lesson here? You have proof he was arrogant? This guy was working a charity event to help victims of the most powerful typhoon to EVER hit land. That seems to suggest he wasn't such a bad guy. And what have YOU done for mankind lately? You sit there selfishly only caring about yourself and your own foolish ideas while there are people out there, like him, who are trying to make a difference in peoples' lives. You, I'm afraid, are a hopeless case. Now go Fkk yourself.
And you're just as bad for laughing at his tasteless comments.
First off, you're an !diot. You have no idea what you're talking about. There has been no evidence that the Porsche (not "prosche") was travelling 120 mph. In fact, that street is very short and no way in hell could any car go that fast on that street. I know because I live in Valencia and I have been on THAT street several times, including today. Next, you're just a heartless s0b. Walker was at a charity event trying to help victims of a typhoon. He was a bigger human being than you could ever be, and that's a fact you frickin m0r0n.
christianblablabla...Usa Today, Bloomberg and reuters all had this news. You think they're all making it up? You're an !diot, really you are. Perfect example of "Don't confuse me with facts, I already have my mind made up." How can you ever make money with that mindset?
Huh? What does Steve Jobs have to do with Elon Musk? Did Jobs get killed by an IPAD or something? Hello McFly.......
A quote from the Bloomberg article: “If and when Tesla falls on hard times and shuts down, all of the service centers shut down at the same time because they are all factory-owned,” Can anyone here (intelligently) explain what this means? I mean, if Toyota goes out of business don't all of their dealers go out of business too? If McDonald's goes out of business don't all the franchises go out of business too? So what is different about Tesla? I don't se it as these dealers looking out for the best interest of the public. These car dealers/makers have lobbyists to promote their own interests, period. Their motive is to hurt their competitors. How can a law be passed to limit what you can sell on the internet (besides contraband of course)? He!!, you can find websites promoting exotic dancers and massage girls (wink wink nudge nudge) for rent, but you can't sell cars?
Have to disagree with you Mr Goldberg. Both parties have their inconsistencies and both parties are at fault. It's a power grab pure and simple. And it's a shame that companies have to get caught up in the middle of it. What's wrong with an efficient car which doesn't use up gas? What if someone invented a car which had zero polution and used zero gas/oil and ran on pure solar energy for example. You'd think everyone would like a car like that, but someone (or some political party) would fight against it.
Another quote from that article: "Employees at Tesla’s Texas galleries can’t sell cars, offer test drives or discuss prices after legislation to repeal those restrictions failed to come to votes this year." Dealers aren't concerned about people getting their cars serviced. They're concerned about making money, period. Dealers and other carmakers make bogus laws not to help citizens make good buying choices, but rather to restrict free market. Funny thing is it's the republicans who are supporting these restrictive laws. #$%$. Republicans are suppose to be against most regulations and for free market. But apparently if the laws favor their political views, ie against ecology and anything which is "green", then the law is good. Common sense says let the people decide to buy what they want.
It costs money to build something? You're a genius. And your comparison of ecotality to Tesla, pure brilliance. Now I can see clearly. Tesla doesn't have a chance. Thank you for your enlightenment.
Look at the trend the past 1 1/2 days. Friday morning it was just above $118 and since that time it's going steadily up and is testing a resistance area. No bad news equals float back up......
Last week Jon from Options Monster (often an CNBC guest) said institutional buyers would come in buying when and IF it reached $110. He expressed the possibility it wouldn't get that low. If he's anywhere in the neighborhood of being right, you won't have the opportunity to buy at $90.
Oh I see. The shorts are on vacation today. But for some reason the longs are not on vacation. Then the question I have is why aren't you on vacation too?
When shorts hit a stock it can look real ugly. When JCP got hit there was all sorts of bad news and rumors. But, it eventually dies down and reality sets in. When that happens if the company really is good with a good product and good management then it will survive and even thrive. The dust is just now settling after the shorts have made their run on TSLA and I believe Tesla will look good after the dust has settled......
Reasonable response. It's a real tug of war right now. I just think the downward momentum has stopped. No bad news out in a while and it seems to be wanting to test these lows. If the lows hold up over the next few days I think people will get back in and that will kick it upwards again. That's my take for what it's worth.