Don't be such a negaive nancy pants. It's going to $10, you just have to be patient, as in willing to hold the stock for years. If it should drop below 4 again...average down.
Technically, they could buy back 100,000 shares of stock and will have fulfulled their mandate because of the "up to" statement. But at least it's moving the stock in the right direction for us longs.
The majority of money made by dealers is on warranty work, repairs & maintenance. Since electrics require much less repairs/maintenance they wouldn't be as desirable to sell for the dealers. Mechanics would also require some special training to work on them.
Tesla does a lot of its fixes wirelessly and simultaneously to all owners of its vehicles which is quite brilliant and quite efficient.
Because Aethlon has been on the verge for 14+ years. I keep hoping this verge is the real verge. I've been on the verge for so long with this company that I considered giving up being a vergetarian.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Exactly right. It's a slight inconvenience. It probably won't even affect sales. In 20 years maybe less most cars sold will not have internal combustion engines.
Electric cars require less repair and mainenance which will cost jobs. We can't have that.
What are you trying to say? What law of physics is Tesla up against? They cut metal now to fabricate their cars and it seems to be working out quite well. It is true that a Tesla can't move at the speed of light yet, but just give Elon some time, I'm sure he's working on it. ;-}
You seem to be ignoring a lot of facts. Mr. Musk gets things done. His dreams have already become reality. You can drive for free up and down the west coast and across the country.
Sounds like a dream but it's reality. Wake up and smell the Teslas.
You would rather trust a salesman than an end user, not me. Real world experience trumps someone with an agenda trying to earn a commission.
How did they manage to pay back the $400M gov't loan years early? I'd call that servicing debt. They're already selling in many places around the world. They sell cars via the internet, I'd call that a pretty efficient low overhead distribution network. Almost every Tesla buyer is a sales person, no other car company has that many sales people that work commission/salary free. Even wannabe Tesla owners help sell the cars.
I think you lack vision for what the gigafactory will facilitate. The demise of all things that massively pollute our air can't come soon enough.
Excessive, onerous bureaucracy is a problem from what I've read. They say it's complicated to do business, too many hoops to jump through.
So by your remark I assume you drive around on a gas powered flashlight. Teslas never stop at gas stations except maybe to put some free air in the tires.
Climate change is a forgone conclusion. I'm glad Tim is taking renewable energy into account with each Apple building project. It's the intelligent thing to do.
I recall Jobs shunned focus groups, but perhaps for certain situations they would be useful, like when you're out of touch with your customers needs. I could have told them that If I wanted a colored iPhone I pick out the color from the case I use. I could have told them that a lot of people are in denial as they age and go through years of forgetting their reading glasses. So if not a larger screen, incorporate a pico projector.
It has been done before, the Lytro camera has been out for a while doing exactly that. The ability to focus on any part of a photograph after it's shot, that is Lytro's claim to fame. Interesting though, if Samesong copied that ability from Lytro. Steve Jobs met with the founder of Lytro and wanted to incorporate that functionality into the iPhone. iPhone 6 will probably have it, especially if Samesong has it now.
1. Artemis Networks - I just learned of this Steve Perlman company and pCell technology that exploit interference to give each wireless user great fast connections. It's compatible with LTE but surpasses it. It could be the NEXT BIG THING in wireless technology.. Apple should buy his company and deploy this technology. If Apple doesn't, Google or someone else will.
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It's all about the batteries. No batteries = No electric car. Tesla has been battery constrained, they want to fix that. They plan to supply more than just themselves.
With different assembly lines, they could supply laptop, cell phone and tablet batteries.