• Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs
  • Image Credit: Goldman Sachs

Related Articles Related Articles

In a world where electric cars are far from the norm, it seems odd to us laypeople that you can't buy a share of Tesla stock (ticker symbol TSLA) for less than $230. But a research note issued Monday from Goldman Sach's respected team of auto industry analysts (seen in PDF form in our gallery) has added fuel to the irrational exuberance fire, guaranteeing that Tesla's stocks should hover at these seemingly unreasonable prices for some time.

Share This Photo X