|Bid||206.77 x 900|
|Ask||206.75 x 900|
|Day's Range||196.04 - 207.39|
|52 Week Range||195.25 - 387.46|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jul 30, 2019 - Aug 5, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||283.32|
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Tesla's stock, which has almost halved in value since last August, was down another 3% at $199. Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, previously a major Tesla bull, said rising debt and geopolitical exposure, including the risk that Chinese demand for the company's cars could suffer, had led him to cut his worse-case scenario to $10 from $97. "Tesla has grown too big relative to near-term demand, putting great strain on the fundamentals," wrote Jonas, rated a five-star analyst by Refinitiv for the accuracy of his forecasting on the company.
Bad news continued to mount for Tesla as Morgan Stanley outlined a worst-case scenario that calculates a 95% swoon in Tesla stock while short sellers could see a highly profitable month.
Craig Irwin of Roth Capital Partners told CNBC on Tuesday that Apple bid a higher price for Tesla in 2013 than where the stock is currently trading. Previous reports indicated that Tesla CEO Elon Musk had met with Apple officials around the same time period. Tesla is down over 38% in 2019, to a share price of $197.76 at the open on Tuesday.
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Tesla stock, already under pressure as a formerly bullish analyst continued his backtracking, dropped again as another Wall Street analyst suggested that the stock could fall a whopping 95% further.
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Tesla Inc. shares slide further on Tuesday after analysts at Morgan Stanley peg their worst-case scenario for the stock at $10 and say the Silicon Valley car maker might have grown “too big.”
shares were hit with yet another bearish broadside Tuesday, as analysts at Morgan Stanley weighed in on the clean-energy carmaker's prospects in China and the health of its debt-laden balance sheet. Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas lowered his "bear case" outcome for the stock price, a view based on a series of worst-case scenarios for the carmaker, to $10 a share from a previous estimate of $97 amid increasing concern it could find itself trapped in a tech and trade war between Washington and Beijing. Jonas has a $230 price target, with a equal-weight rating, under the stock's base-case scenario.
In a worst-case scenario, falling demand for Tesla cars in China could send the electric-car maker’s stock plummeting, analyst Adam Jonas said.
Why Investors Shouldn’t Panic about Tesla’s $10 ProjectionTesla stockThis morning, Tesla (TSLA) was in the red for a fifth consecutive day. At 9:35 AM Eastern Time, Tesla stock was trading at $198.18, 3.5% lower than its previous day’s
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Morgan Stanley cutting its worst-case forecast on Tesla so drastically from $97 per share appears to be a gimmick. Setting a price target of $10 on a $200 stock "really is insane," the "Mad Money" host says. CNBC's Jim Cramer on Tuesday said that Morgan Stanley MS cutting its worst-case forecast on Tesla TSLA from $97 per share to just $10 appears to be a gimmick.
Tesla TSLA shares are careening out of control this year. The electric car maker has skidded nearly 40% in 2019, tracking for its worst annual performance ever. The stock tumbled again Tuesday after Morgan Stanley slashed its bear case to $10 a share, down from $97, on concerns about increased debt and exposure to China.
Shares of Palo Alto-based Tesla Inc. opened Tuesday below $200, their lowest price since December 2016, after two analysts cut their price targets on the company’s stock. Analysts at Morgan Stanley issued a bearish note on Tuesday that spooked investors, saying that Tesla stock could theoretically fall to $10 per share under the worst-case scenario, CNBC reports. Separately, analysts at Baird cut their price target on Tesla from $400 per share to $340.