|Bid||190.00 x 800|
|Ask||189.94 x 1000|
|Day's Range||188.75 - 199.98|
|52 Week Range||186.22 - 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|
A resilient Tesla bull speaks out, in spite of the company's very bad week. With CNBC's Scott Wapner and the Fast Money traders, Tim Seymour, Karen Finerman, Steve Grasso and Dan Nathan.
Tesla has instituted charging limitations at some busy Supercharger stations that will cap the electric vehicles at an 80% state of charge. The news comes from an internal memo that was leaked to Electrek, and it reportedly applies to about 17% of the automaker's Supercharger stations – 8% will have the limits enforced at all times, while another 9% will be limited on holidays and will adjust based on usage. According to Tesla's Supercharger website, "Superchargers deliver energy rapidly, and gradually slow down as the battery fills.
Tesla has started putting a limit on some Supercharger stations in an effort to reduce wait times. In an employee memo seen by Electrek , the automaker said it has released a feature that will limit customers' State of Charge to 80 percent, giving more people a chance to get a turn at a charger faster. That said, it will only affect select high traffic sites, particularly 17 percent of all its stations in North America
Last week was undoubtedly a rough ride for Elon Musk and shareholders of Tesla (TSLA). On a recent private call with clients, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas painted a bleak picture by setting a $10 price target for his worst-case scenario. This was significant, as Jonas has been one of Tesla's biggest bulls for years.
Benzinga has examined prospects for many investor favorite stocks over the past week. Bullish calls included aerospace and automotive giants. Bearish calls included retailers and an EV maker. The markets ...
Did you know that in every U.S. state a portion of population doesn’t have access to broadband internet, and that some have no internet connection at all? According to the Federal Communications Commission, that is more than 24 million Americans, or about 8% of the population. As of April 2019, 81% of the developed world and only 56% of the world’s population had internet access.
The bad news seems to keep on coming for Tesla Inc., and one expert says this is the year the electric-car company “comes undone” — and maybe gets bought by Apple Inc.
Tesla Inc. stock rises for the first time in six sessions, boosted by a leaked email from Chief Executive Elon Musk promising record-breaking sales for the company.
The rocket company on Thursday launched the first batch of 60 small satellites into low-Earth orbit for Musk's new Starlink internet service. At least 12 launches carrying similar payloads are needed to achieve constant internet coverage of most of the world, Musk said.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's SpaceX has raised more than $1 billion in financing in the last six months as it aims to roll out an ambitious high-speed internet service by using a constellation ...
Uber (UBER) is releasing its first Q1 earnings after market close on Thursday, May 30th. Both Uber and Lyft went public at a massive bottom-line deficit, with no profits in sight.
It was a bad week for Tesla, with the electric car company getting hammered by Wall Street. Tesla stock has plunged to a level not seen since December 2016, and is down 43% this year.
The stock market correction intensified this week along with China trade war fears. Qualcomm and other chipmakers dived. So did department stores and Tesla.
Morgan Stanley threw the biggest blow, declaring that in a worst-case scenario, Tesla’s shares could sink to a shocking $10. A Wedbush analyst said the carmaker is facing a “code red situation” and cast doubt on whether Tesla can sell enough of its electric cars to make a profit. Some $23 billion in shareholder value has been wiped out, sinking the company’s market cap back below that of General Motors and Ford.
Elon Musk's space company revealed Friday that it raised $1 billion in recent months, a day after the successful SpaceX launch of the first operational satellites for a space-based internet.
Congratulations, yours was in line with what CEOs at the biggest companies got. Pay for CEOs at S&P 500 companies rose to a median of $12 million last year, including salary, stock and other compensation, according to data analyzed by Equilar for The Associated Press. The eight-figure packages continue to rise as companies tie more of their CEOs' pay to their stock prices, which are still near record levels, and as profits hit an all-time high last year due to lower tax bills and a still-growing economy.
Wall Street Expects NIO to Outperform TSLA, TCEHY, BIDU, and BABANIO’s Q1 2019 earningsChinese electric car company NIO (NIO) is slated to release its first-quarter earnings on Tuesday. Wall Street analysts expect the company to report a wider
The electric car market is ramping up, and this means increasing demand for lithium — a key component in car batteries. For those looking at the sector for investment opportunities, the Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF (NYSE: LIT) is a compelling way to participate. “As long-term demand for electric vehicles likely increases, Global X Lithium & Battery offers a compelling way to participate,” said Todd Rosenbluth, the head of ETF and Mutual Fund Research at CFRA.
On May 16, the U.S. Department of Commerce put China's Huawei on the "Entity List" as a national security threat. This move escalates a government campaign against the Chinese technology company beyond banning its products from sale in America. It means U.S. tech stocks are prohibited from selling sensitive tech to Huawei. Several days later, Huawei was given a 90-day temporary reprieve, but the damage is already being felt throughout the tech sector.U.S. technology companies from chip makers to software providers are seeing their stock impacted by the Huawei ban. Some are being hit despite not being directly involved with Huawei -- the move has further ramped up a trade war between China and the U.S. and that brings the threat of boycotts and retaliatory tariffs. * Top 7 Service Sector Stocks That Will Pay You to Own Them From Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) to Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), here are 10 tech stocks that are feeling the effects of the U.S. ban on Huawei.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Tech Stocks Walloped by the Huawei Ban: Intel (INTC)Source: Intel Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) sells processors to Huwaei for use in its laptops. Since the Huawei ban was announced on May 16, Intel stock has dropped. The company doesn't depend heavily on Huawei -- Bloomberg estimates that business is less than 1% of Intel's total revenue -- but losing it doesn't help.Especially when it comes just weeks after Intel lost Apple's iPhone business to Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) and ended up abandoning its 5G mobile modem efforts altogether. Micron (MU)Source: Micron Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) is a U.S.-based semiconductor company. And it happens to supply the flash storage chips used in Huawei's popular smartphones, including the new P30 Pro. * 7 Marijuana Stocks to Play the CBD Trend When the sales ban was announced, Micron's business with Huawei was effectively cut off. Even with the relief of the temporary 90-day reprieve, Micron stock has taken a hit, down 8% from Friday morning. Google (GOOGL)Source: Google Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google division is in the thick of the Huawei mess.Google doesn't stand to lose much revenue in terms of hardware -- its Pixel smartphones and Google Nest Home smart speakers don't really have a presence in the China -- but software and advertising revenue are another matter. When the Huawei ban was announced, Google pulled Huawei's Android license. New Huawei smartphones won't get stock Android and they won't have access to Google services. The prospect of the second largest smartphone maker in the world being severed from Google (cutting into Android licensing fees, Google Search ad revenue and Google Play revenue) has resulted in GOOGL stock sliding since last Friday. Tesla (TSLA)Source: Tesla TSLA has been on a dramatic downward trajectory all week, for many reasons that have nothing to do with Huawei. But Telsa stock is also feeling the indirect impact of the U.S. government's move. * 5 Cheap Stocks to Buy That Are $6 or Less As the trade war heats up between China and the U.S., the prospect of new tariffs on goods imported into China and the potential for Chinese consumers to boycott American-made goods -- including Tesla's electric cars -- have led to some analysts to predict TSLA could miss its 2019 sales targets by as much as 10%. Lumentum (LITE)Source: Lumentum American telecommunication company Lumentum (NASDAQ:LITE) primarily makes optical components used in commercial lasers and networking equipment.Huawei is also big in networking equipment (it was security concerns over the Chinese company's push to supply 5G networking infrastructure that kicked off this current crisis), and it buys Lumentum components. As a result, Lumentum stock's drop neared double digits on the day the Huawei ban was announced. Qorvo (QRVO)Source: Qorvo Qorvo (NASDAQ:QRVO) is another U.S. semiconductor company, with a heavy involvement in wireless and broadband networking, including 5G.Half of the company's revenue comes from Chinese customers and in updated financial guidance released on May 21, Qorvo says 15% of its 2018 revenue came from Huawei. * 5 Large-Cap Stocks Getting Crushed in the Trade War With that Huawei revenue in jeopardy and the Chinese market in general being increasingly affected by the trade war, Qorvo stock has dropped over 9%. Corning (GLW)Source: Corning Corning (NYSE:GLW) isn't always thought of as a technology company. But the American glass maker's products are used in a slew of high tech applications.One of those speciality products is the Gorilla Glass used to protect the displays of smartphones. And Huwaei is a Corning customer. With the business of the world's second largest producer of smartphones in jeopardy, Corning stock has taken a tumble this week. Broadcom (AVGO)Source: Broadcom Broadcom (NASDAQ:AVGO) is another example of the tech stocks that have been negatively affected by the escalating trade war with China. * The 7 Best Penny Stocks to Buy When Huawei was added to the Entity List, Broadcom announced it would stop selling components to the Chinese company. As a result, AVGO is down over 9% since the Huawei ban was first announced. Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)Source: AMD Ordinarily, any time that a PC maker parted ways with Intel would be a big opportunity for Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) and its increasingly popular Ryzen processors.That's not the case with the Huawei situation … AMD reportedly stands to lose 2% of its revenue by cutting off its business with Huawei. And the company could also suffer if increased tariffs hit its CPU and GPU business with other Chinese PC makers. AMD stock has taken a hit of as much as 7% since the Huawei ban was announced. Apple (AAPL)Source: Apple AAPL stock finds itself in a strange position with the Huawei ban. Any measures that hurt Huawei's ability to sell smartphones should benefit Apple Inc, opening an opportunity to sell more iPhones.However, Apple is very vulnerable to the overall trade war with China that Huwaei is a part of. Most of the company's iPhones are assembled in China. And although iPhone sales have been slowing in China, the Chinese market, is still an important revenue stream for Apple. If China were to retaliate and ban Apple products from being sold there, a Goldman Sachs analyst estimated Apple's profits could take a 30% hit. * The 7 Best Penny Stocks to Buy So Apple joins the long list of tech stocks that are being impacted by the Huwaei sales ban, with AAPL down roughly 8% since Friday.As of this writing, Brad Moon did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. 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SpaceX has raised more funding than previously thought. Elon Musk's venture has brought in $1.02 billion since the beginning of the year, more than SpaceX was seeking. The funds are key, as Spacex must finance its daunting plan to provide internet from a network of thousands of small satellites.