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There's a reason why Tesla got rid of its non-GAAP numbers.

Numbers don't lie, but they still need to be honest.

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TSLA up 71 cents a share, a big change from the 58-cent loss last year.

Shoulda bought yesterday.

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It's now on the low end of previous estimates, but the delivery schedule stands.

This is Tesla's 13th straight quarterly loss.

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Model X Reservations Converting To Firm Orders At Higher Rate Than Model S

Tesla Motors latest earnings report show record deliveries, record losses, and great battery-powered expectations.

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EV Automaker Made 11,160 Vehicles In Q1; Revenue Was $1.1 Billion

Tesla has reported a loss of $154.2 million in the first quarter of 2015, alongside revenue of $1.1 billion. There were 10,045 Model S EVs delivered. And so much more from the Q1 earnings call.

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And Other Insights From Tesla's Fourth Quarter Financial Call

The Tesla end-of-quarter earnings call is always a great place to get additional insight into the workings of the electric automaker, as well as hints about future product. As usual, we listened in and have gleaned the more pertinent parts, just for you.

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An article in Seeking Alpha called "The Incredible Shrinking Tesla Disclosure" lays out the timelines and details to support one analyst's suspicion for why Tesla is removing hard numbers from its quarterly reports; namely, that Tesla doesn't want to show adverse developments in its business.

Those who've sold Tesla Motors (TSLA) shares for a million or more in gains belong to a new exclusive club, the "Teslanaires" club. If you've been following the stock price, you know this has been a great year to own those shares – since May of this year, after first quarter earnings were announced, the prices started shooting up. If you were fortunate to own a portfolio of Tesla stock, that value skyrocketed from around $40 a share in April to around $160 a share in September. The market

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According to Bloomberg, Tesla actually earned money last week. CEO Elon Musk sent out a message on Twitter saying his company was "narrowly cash positive." That's big news for a company that hasn't turned a quarterly profit as of yet. Tesla is currently in the middle of stepping up production for its Model S sedan, and has announced the vehicle's MSRP will jump by $2,500, presumably to help fund that expansion.

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According to its Third Quarter 2012 Shareholder Letter, Tesla "is now at over 200 cars per week or 10,000 cars per year, which is at the critical threshold needed for Tesla to generate positive operating cash flow."

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It seems like we've been hearing about the Tesla Model S for a decade, but a report in Yahoo states that the electric sedan is only a month away from production. That's about one month ahead of schedule, as Tesla is reportedly wrapping up crash testing fast enough to start making the hotly anticipated EV.

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"The future is now" may be well-worn cliche, but when it comes to Tesla Motors' stock price performance, "now" is all about the future.

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Tesla Model S – Click above for high-res image gallery