Why Tesla Motors Share Price is Not Falling on Bad News. Tesla Motors has been hit by an avalanche of bad news but its share price has been actually climbing. What do investors need to know? The video on this article explains why Tesla Motors investors lose money all the time.First it was Elon's Musk
Buz Investors Buy Tesla Stock in 2017 After a roller coaster of a year in 2016, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) entered 2017 with both feet firmly on the ground. In fact, the share price of Tesla stock (TSLA stock) reached a three-month high during the first week of Januar
Buz Investors Bullish on Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) has entered 2017 off of an upbeat quarter, which could help the company’s share price make bigger moves in this new year. In fact, there are three fundamentals that could drive Tesla stock (TSLA stock) through the roof now that it has shaken the pessimism of 2016.
Speaking to CNBC’s Squawk Box on Tuesday, he said that Tesla Motors is a stock he expects to own for the next 10 to 20 years. “I think this could be one of the largest companies in the United States and the whole world.” His company presently owns about $300,000,000 in Tesla stock, accumulated over the past three years. The average share price his company has paid during that time is $210. “I think in this one investment we can make $6 or $7 billion” over the long term…
Tesla's Motors share price record reached at $53. This climb will likely continue because Tesla’s Model X SUV is due for release sometime towards the end of 2014, followed by the company’s “more affordable” $29,990? Model C 4th production model to be released sometime before the end of 2017. Read more at http://cleantechnica.com/2013/04/27/tesla-stock-hits-record-high-again/#bUptQIucRPgYZMk1.99
Did Tesla nearly go bankrupt without investors knowing?
Can a high-profile company led by a celebrity CEO come within two weeks of bankruptcy without anyone noticing? In early 2013, electric automaker Tesla Motors came so close to running out of cash that its brash leader, Elon Musk, approached Google about buying the company, according to a new Musk biography. A surge in sales of the company’s pricey Model S sedan staved off disaster. Musk broke off the Google talks, no longer needing a white knight…