Shoulda bought yesterday.
Does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?
TSLA bears and bulls look at Elon Musk's SEC filings and come away with totally different interpretations.
Tesla is going to offer up over 9.5 million shares in an effort to raise about $2 billion in funds to build the upcoming Model 3.
Tesla Motor's share price has been taking a tumble this week after a usually-bullish analyst cuts his future target by $117.
Tesla Motors stock climbed up over eight percent yesterday, thanks in part to a glowing review by Consumer Reports.
Analyst Adam Jonas at Morgan Stanley wonders out loud if Tesla stock could hit $465 thanks to self-driving car sharing vehicles. Some day.
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.
Tesla Motors says it will offer $500 million in new stock as it gets ready to put the Model X on sale this fall.
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.
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.
In a entertaining video, Morgan Stanley explains why Tesla Motors could be the world's most important car company and says its stock price could multiply by ten. It could also possibly get cut in half.
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.
Because of shipping delays and a strong dollar, TSLA stock dropped $17.80 in premarket trading today.
Tesla says it built 11,627 vehicles in the last quarter or 2014 and delivered 9,834 and will deliver 70 percent more in 2015.
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.
What do you charge for a vehicle you're going to lose money on? If you're Mercedes-Benz and the vehicle in question is the B-Class Electric Drive, you offer it for lease for just 399 euros ($498) a month with a down payment of 8,473 euros ($10,582). If Daimler was going to price it honestly, it seems, the number would have to be a lot higher.
Trading Tesla Motors stock is not for the faint hearted. For example, the stock was worth $235.24 at the end of trading on Friday but then dropped to $221.67 by the end of Monday. After yesterday's trading, it was back up to $242.77, a gain of almost 10 percent on the day. The movement was apparently due mostly to a negative article in The Wall Street Journal and then a social media response by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Back in 2009, Daimler acquired over 9 percent of Tesla. A couple of months later, it sold 40 percent of that stake to Abu Dhabi-based Aabar Investments. The following year, Tesla listed on the stock exchange and Daimler's interest was reduced to 4 percent. But now the German industrial giant has announced it is selling that 4 percent and divesting from Tesla altogether in a liquidation that is expected to raise approximately $780 million for Daimler. The divestment has also triggered speculation