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22 funds have more than 5 percent of their portfolios in Tesla — one has 19 percent.

Few of these funds are actively buying shares, but are letting their stakes balloon as the stock continues to rally.

He says the company doesn't 'deserve' such high market cap.

The stock price is still over $300.

Reveal coming in September, he says.

The power of a tweet: Stock jumped $8 a share.

As stock price rises, its market capitalization approaches that of GM.

April 4 (Reuters) - Tesla Inc, whose market capitalization passed that of Ford Motor Co. on Monday, still trailed General Motors Co as the most valuable U.S. auto firm in trading. Tesla traded at $301.74 midday and had a market capitalization of $49.1 billion, according to Thomson Reuters data, compared with $51.1 billion for GM. Several news organizations reported incorrectly that Tesla had surpassed GM. In trading Wednesday morning, Tesla's stock price was up to $303.70 and its market capita

Although Ford sells millions more vehicles.

What an interesting time to be alive.

'Overlapping interest' trumps their differences.

Don't worry if they don't agree on a carbon tax or climate change.

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

Shoulda bought yesterday.

Numbers don't lie, do they?

TSLA bears and bulls look at Elon Musk's SEC filings and come away with totally different interpretations.

Elon Musk has achieved half of the milestones at Tesla he needs to get full access to all of his stock options. If he reaches all of the company's goals, the boss stands to make $1.6 billion.

Morgan Stanley Analyst To Blame?

Tesla Motor's share price has been taking a tumble this week after a usually-bullish analyst cuts his future target by $117.

CR Gives Model S A Perfect Score, Which Investors Noticed

Tesla Motors stock climbed up over eight percent yesterday, thanks in part to a glowing review by Consumer Reports.

Adam Jonas Keeps Seeing Big Things In Elon Musk's Car Company

Analyst Adam Jonas at Morgan Stanley wonders out loud if Tesla stock could hit $465 thanks to self-driving car sharing vehicles. Some day.

The 2.7 Million Shares Of TSLA Will Be Priced At $242

Tesla Motors is going to try and raise even more money ($642 million) than it said it would yesterday ($500 million), thanks to more shares being offered.

Elon Musk Will Spend $20 Million Himself

Tesla Motors says it will offer $500 million in new stock as it gets ready to put the Model X on sale this fall.

But The Overall Picture Remains Quite Positive

UBS analyst Colin Langan says Tesla stock should now be sold, but he's only one voice among many. Other say TSLA still has room to grow.

TSLA Goes Down, Then Back Up, Then Who Knows?

Tesla's stock price was down to around $206 earlier today, but it's back up to over $216 now. Friday, it closed at over $223. Some stock blogs are saying the price could go as low as $165 in the not-too-distant future. What's behind these wild swings that CNBC's Phil LeBeau calls, "the worst seven-day trading period ever for shares of Tesla"? One potential culprit is today's low gas prices.

Remember way back when we mentioned that Tesla's Gigafactory for batteries might prove to be a good investment opportunity, with its potential to bring cell prices down to a level that could make the forthcoming Tesla Model E affordable, not to mention attractive for massive amounts of renewable energy storage? Well, today the automaker's share price popped – we'd say exploded, but it's not as alliterative – up over 15 percent to hit an all-time $259.20 high. It seems market analysts

It seems not that long ago that the air had been let out of Tesla Motors high-flying stock price. The company didn't adequately thrill the market when it disclosed its third-quarter 2013 financial results last November and TSLA price plummeted quickly enough to trigger a temporary halt to short sales. Immediately after that, the infamous Tenessee CarBQ happened, adding to the loss of altitude. Shares that had been, at one point, worth as much as $193.37 spent the last half of November 2013 bumbl

The nascent battery-car market just might be short-circuiting.

By now, you've seen the Tesla headlines, read the reports that its stock dropped (it's now bounced back somewhat), and maybe even discussed the Model S fire with friends and coworkers. But there is now some more official information to share. Yesterday, in addition to publishing emails between the car's owner and Tesla representatives, the Tesla Motors blog published an article about the "highly uncommon occurrence" that revealed that the automaker has sent a team of experts to investigate the c

Yesterday's fire that engulfed a Tesla Model S, the first blaze involving the critically acclaimed electric sedan, was caused when a piece of road debris impacted the front of the car, damaging the battery pack and starting a fire, according to an email sent to AutoblogGreen by Tesla. Now, The New York Times has learned that the fire was indeed caused by debris that made "a direct impact ... to one of the 16 modules within the Model S battery pack," according to Tesla spokesperson Elizabeth Jarv

As fantasy football players will probably know, the sports media industry is figuring out how to get algorithms to automatically "write" articles based on data sets and some sort of phrase generator. We're still real people here at Autoblog, but when it comes to yet another post on how Tesla Motors stock (TSLA) has hit yet another record high, we could use some robotic help.

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

The meteoric rise of Tesla Motors' stock this year has not only raised a bunch of money for the company and paid off its debts, it's also about to help push the stock into the rarefied NASDAQ-100. The news out today is that TSLA will join the NASDAQ-100 Index, a listing of the 100 largest non-financial companies on the NASDAQ, on July 15. Since the NASDAQ-100 is limited to 100 stocks, when one company enters, someone else gets pushed out of the door. The victim here will be the computer technolo

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