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    Gator
    Gator
    Telsa is currently in the biggest stock bubble in history. Can anyone deny this?
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    Joe
    Joe
    There is so much fantasy and delusion everywhere; no one is "stepping back" and trying to evaluate things objectively. So many Model 3 reservation holders are thinking they will be able to buy a Model S-like luxury car for just "$35,000."
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    Schtork
    Schtork
    TSLA revenues will TRIPLE next year
    if things go according to plan
    $700
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    ferd
    ferd
    Is NVIDIA preparing to sever ties with Tesla for the same reasons that Mobileye did?
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    Dariusz
    Dariusz
    If Tesla really goes into restaurant business, Musk will have to build a new GigaBurgerFactory to satisfy the huge anticipated demand for Big Musks.
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    Bongo Drums
    Bongo Drums
    Momentum traders buy a stock on nothing more than the hope of finding a greater fool to sell it to. It works right up until it suddenly stops working. Eventually it ends with somebody holding an empty bag.

    Guess who you are longs.
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    Schtork
    Schtork
    I would bet TSLA will be producing 100 cars per day by Sept 30, and over 350 per day by Oct end.
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    Rick
    Rick
    TSLA stock price and market cap is a great example of the saying "never underestimate the power of stupid people in large numbers." The ponzi scheme will continue to live on as long as enough new people keep handing over money, but at some point the music stops and many are left holding the bag.
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    Dariusz
    Dariusz
    I didn't see it coming. No sir, not at all: Analyst: "Tesla's Self-Driving Technology Is 'Exaggerated'"
    Yawn. I've always suspected that Elon Musk is a first class Exaggerator.
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    Wongdong
    Wongdong
    I find it incredible that anyone believes that an auto company that in 14 years of existence has unable to sell over 200k cars yet they will produce 500k per year out of 1 factory in 2018? I have advise for the stupid Wall Street Analysts and tin foil hat wearing Elon followers. "The naive person believes every word, But the shrewd one ponders each step." Prov. 14:15
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    R
    R
    here is the difference between amazon and tsla. Amazon had on average of over a 100 billion in revenue over the last 3 years, and finished even or better on the bottom line.....TSLA averaged about 4.5 billion and LOST MONEY finishing in the red..so, quit comparing TSLA to amazon
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    John
    John
    It's strange to me.......a car company with a market cap larger than BMW, GM, FORD and I've yet to meet one of their cars on the road. It's all kinda bonkers really.
    I live in Milan by the way.
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    Wongdong
    Wongdong
    I find it incredible that anyone believes that an auto company that in 14 years of existence has been unable to sell over 200k total cars yet they will produce 500k per year out of 1 factory in 2018? I have advise for the stupid Wall Street Analysts and tin foil hat wearing Elon followers. "The naive person believes every word, But the shrewd one ponders each step." Prov. 14:15
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    Dave
    Dave
    Analyst makes mistake in his Tesla report, now sees even deeper losses for stock
    Jefferies corrects its price target for Tesla to $240 from $280.
    www.cnbc.com
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    penystoc
    penystoc
    In my entire life I have only seen 2 Teslas and I have traveled a lot. are they still making them
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    R
    R
    Once an idiot???
    Autotrader analyst, Michelle Krebs, shared:

    “Luxury SUVs are really hot right now, and the Model X should have been a big hit and broadened Tesla’s audience. You don’t hear a lot of buzz about the Model X, and when you do, it’s the negative stuff.”

    Consumer Reports ranks the Model X near the bottom of its list of luxury SUVs. The publication’s director of automotive testing, Jake Fisher, explained:

    “SUVs are popular because of utility, and this is an SUV that doesn’t have a lot of utility. The X was a big science experiment to say, ‘How far can we go?’ And they went too far.”

    The important point to remember is the Tesla CEO Elon Musk doesn’t deny any of this. He has said publicly that the Model X came with too much whiz bang. Musk has gone so far as to call himself an idiot:

    “Model X became kind of like a technology bandwagon of every cool thing we could imagine all at once. That is a terrible strategy.”

    “We’re making the simplest Model 3 first, like we did with S. Didn’t do it with X, because I was an idiot.”
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    Dariusz
    Dariusz
    Once everybody and his brother will start making then batteries, it sure will be a high margin business.
    Let's build some more Gigafactories, we don't want to run out of them batteries.
    Right, Elon?
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    DeplorableBitterClinger
    DeplorableBitterClinger
    Analysts at Jefferies initiated coverage of the stock with an "underperform" rating and a price target of $280 per share. That target represents a 27.3 percent downside potential from Monday's close of $385. Jefferies said in a note it expects losses to continue until 2020, adding Tesla still faces challenges in scaling its business
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    Dave
    Dave
    BMW i3 Poised For 2nd Battery Upgrade. Hopefully A Naming Upgrade As Well...
    insideevs.com
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    Pityfuk
    Pityfuk
    We (Still) Don't Like The Future Of Tesla's Stock
    Tesla should not be evaluated like a technology company. Tesla is a car maker and it's not particularly good at manufacturing cars. When bigger, more establishe
    seekingalpha.com