|Bid||42.65 x 900|
|Ask||42.80 x 1400|
|Day's Range||42.48 - 43.23|
|52 Week Range||28.61 - 43.74|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||14.63%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.62|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.75%|
An investor famed for her call that Tesla shares could be worth as much as $4,000 in the next five years has just upped that target, significantly.
Tesla is rocketing higher once again, up more than 8% on Wednesday to $930 per share, as stocks roar back from the post-holiday sell-off. Like recently, the fuel for the electric automaker’s stock is a big call from Piper Sandler, which raised Tesla’s price target to $928 per share, the highest on Wall Street, according to FactSet. Ironically, Tesla blew through that annual forecast in a single day on Wednesday with its surge. One analyst believes that the Federal Reserve is helping Tesla to reach such lofty heights by cutting rates in 2019 and injecting liquidity into repo markets.
The concept of autonomous vehicles being accessible on an everyday basis is still a few years away, but thanks to companies such as Alphabet (GOOG) , Tesla (TSLA) and NVIDIA CORP (NVDA) , investors can access the theme right here, right now. Better yet, they can tap the autonomous vehicle space with ETFs, such as the ARK Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF (ARKQ) . Famed for its large weight to Tesla, currently 11.16%, ARKQ is one the top ETF avenues into the autonomous vehicle theme and what a theme it could be.
Tesla (TSLA) shares have been on a recent run given its latest earnings report, but one play that is benefitting Denmark-based hedge fund, Asgard Credit Fund, is shorting its bonds. Given the fund returned ...
Tesla has been leading the Nasdaq to fresh highs, as the stock has soared nearly 18% on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Elon Musk added $4.5 billion to his wealth overnight, as Tesla’s share price continues to surge. Tesla's CEO has added more than $17 billion to his net worth just this year, including Monday night’s gain, which is more than any other billionaire in the world.
The 10 biggest ETFs with a hefty tilt toward Tesla (NasdaqGS: TSLA) surged on Tuesday as the electric carmaker rallied yet again after experiencing its biggest one-day gain in six years on Monday. Leading ...
Tesla stock is on fire. But if you’re a passive index investor or limited to basic funds in your 401k, you likely have zero exposure to Tesla.
Global automotive industry observers believe electric vehicles will reach comparable price points to traditional internal combustion engine vehicles sometime in the next several years, making it more compelling for drivers to make the switch to electric vehicles. Whether society is ready for it or not, robotics, AI, machine learning, or any other type of disruptive technology will be the next wave of innovation.
“The short squeeze” is a term heard in financial trading where shorting a particular stock turns against the trader. Well, traders shorting Tesla were placed in a boa constrictor-like squeeze after the ...
Tesla Motors maintained its hottest streak following stellar fourth-quarter of 2019 results, wherein it easily topped earnings and revenue estimates. Additionally, the company guided an increase in 2020 deliveries from last year.
If you feel as though you're hearing more and more about automation, robotics and related technologies from an investment perspective, you're not alone. In an attempt to hone in on the potential opportunities, one should consider the criteria used to identify a disruptive innovation and look to an ETF strategy that adapts to the changes. “Scores of academic studies and industry-level data point suggest the world is becoming increasingly automated and that robotics applications are developing at a fevered pitch,” according to Nasdaq.
The automotive industry is constantly innovating whether it’s the rise of electric vehicles, autonomous self-driving transportation and organizational initiatives to drive more innovation in the sector. ...
As investors look to growth opportunities ahead, many are looking to ongoing technological breakthroughs and targeted ETF strategies to capture these growing segments and enhance a diversified portfolio. ...
Wednesday was a big day for Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The American automotive and energy company based in Palo Alto, California reached a $100 billion market cap for the first time at the commencement of trading on Wednesday, readying CEO Elon Musk up for a massive payout. Tesla’s stock climbed more than 7% Wednesday, driving its market cap above $106 billion.
ARK Invest has identified five innovation platforms that are evolving today and causing an increased amount of new technological breakthroughs. Companies that are leading and benefiting from these technologies ...
Led by Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and with contributions from NIO Inc. (NYSE: NIO), among others, this is starting to feel like the year of electric vehicle equities. Truth is, electric vehicles and adoption ...
The seemingly undaunted rise of Tesla (TSLA) is continuing, lifting a select group of ETFs in the process. It's an exclusive club because just a handful of ETFs has double-digit Tesla allocations. Led by Catherine Wood, ARK Investment Management was an early embracer of Tesla and one of its most vocal supporters on Wall Street.
It’s hard to fathom, but in a world where companies like Tesla are already experimenting with autonomous vehicles, the idea is a lot closer to reality than we thin, which is a plus for ETFs like the Global X Autonomous & Electric Vehicles ETF (DRIV) . “Robotaxi is not that far away,” said self-driving technology supplier Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua. “When you think about the cost of the technology—the self-driving system—today it’s somewhere between $15,000 - $40,000 per car,” Shashua said.
On the surface, the ARK Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF (ARKQ) appears to be a growth/momentum ETF, and while that assessment isn't entirely off base, ARKK is also a bet on disruptive technologies of tomorrow that are booming today. The actively managed ARKQ, as its name implies, marries multiple disruptive themes, including autonomous vehicles and automation and robotics, but ARKQ's managers at ARK Investment Management have the flexibility to access other compelling market niches, such as 3D printing, energy storage, and space exploration. The $151 million ARKQ currently holds 37 stocks, but it can hold as few as 30 and up to 50.
In late trading Tuesday, shares of Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) were higher by more than 4%, elevating the electric vehicle maker’s market value to $83 billion. On an intraday basis, Tesla became the most valuable ...
The autonomous technology and robotics themes fit the bill as disruptive technologies and both have been receiving increased attention in 2019. Additionally, plenty of ETFs address these investment concepts, but a case can be made that few do it as well as the ARK Autonomous Technology & Robotics ETF (ARKQ). ARKQ, an actively managed ETF that's more than five years old, is known in large part for having one of the largest weights to Tesla (11.58%) among all ETFs and that makes sense given Tesla's autonomous vehicle footprint.