Production limited, just like the car!
He has to put the personal touch in there to get candidates. Apple, Google, GM, etc are all hiring for their programs, and Tesla has recently lost personnel to other companies.
Wow, thats great ..... except for the $1.92 BILLION IN DEBT!
Profit Margin (ttm): -122.40%
Qtrly Revenue Growth (yoy): -47.00%
Net Income Avl to Common (ttm): -632.35M
Diluted EPS (ttm): -94.27
Total Cash Per Share (mrq): 22.25
Total Debt (mrq): 1.92B
Book Value Per Share (mrq): -47.56
Levered Free Cash Flow (ttm): -225.35M
Elon is crazy, but he is not that crazy. He prefers losing other peoples money.
I think investor gator has a infatuated potential stalker.
Powdy, how can one person be so wrong so often.
BYD already has commercial vehicles in the US, including taxis.
They plan to next bring passenger cars to US.
Which areas do you feel Tesla has a six year lead in?
Powdy isnt really lying when he says these things, he just has trouble with the concept of truthfulness and owning / supporting what one says.
VW is restricting R&D spending, as it reevaluates its path forward after "dieselgate", but it has not been halted. EV's will be even more of a priority for the company going forward.
Even inexpensive cars will have degrees of autonomous operation.
Tesla, becoming more overvalued everyday.
As was predicted, Volkswagen has announced a major shifttowards electrification in the wake of the Dieselgate scandal.
There are several strategies laid out today by Volkswagen board of management. Among those strategies, we see an intensefuture focus on electrification.
How do you see MPO s the best play for oil?
Great that the stock price is up, but how do you see MPO
as a good investment?
How does MPO survive in the current environment?
World economy sluggish, and oil prices continue to erode.
Credit gone, experiencing selective defaults, and facing delisting.
How does this end well?
Long as the cult keeps drinking Koolaid, Tesla can remain a "going concern".
There's nothing a new secondary and a three year off product announcement
Yep, total hatchet piece at a time of sales lull due to new version of Volt coming out.
Tesla is a great car, but the new Volt makes more sense for more drivers.
( even those that have an extra $100k lying around )
I agree with JM in that Tesla will not be successful until it makes economic sense. Currently, Tesla BEVs are much too expensive to justify without using Musk math and valuing your time saved pumping gas, etc.
Tesla actually doing what it said it would do and coming out with an affordable and competitively priced Gen 3 would probably win me over. Even there, Musk math is talking about $35k when the price is $42500 without
subsidies. I dont think Tesla will even hit that price, but I'm pretty sure the majors will. GM, VW, etc wont build as nice a car as Tesla, but they will contain costs and have value for the "average" driver.